Logan Britt transferring to North Dakota Men's Hockey

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On Thursday, University of North Dakota head hockey coach Brad Berry announced that Logan Britt is transferring to play for the Fighting Hawks for his final season of eligibility.

The Crystal Lake, Ill., native spent his first two collegiate seasons at Quinnipiac before playing at Sacred Heart over the past two seasons. He played in 74 games for the Pioneers, totaling 33 points on five goals and 28 assists. He also has tallied a plus-5 rating at Sacred Heart.

In 2021-22 Britt was named to the All-Atlantic Hockey Second Team. He was also a two-time AHA Defensive Player of the Week, which included 83 blocked shots.

“Logan has a long history of experience playing at the collegiate level,” said Berry. “We are excited to bring him into our group to finalize our defensive core.”

Britt is the seventh transfer to join UND this upcoming season. He joins defensemen Bennett Zmolek, Garrett Pyke, and Keaton Pehrson, forwards Cameron Berg and Hunter Johannes, and goaltender Ludvig Persson.