Minnesota’s Tom Serratore has signed an amateur tryout contract with the AHL’s Adirondack Phantoms, and he’ll join the Phantoms immediately.
“Tom has definitely earned this opportunity, and we are thrilled he is going to be able to go on and play at the professional level,” Minnesota head coach Don Lucia said. “Like all of our seniors, Tom has been a great program guy for us. He has worked hard since the day he arrived on campus, and he has done everything we have asked of him during his time here. We want to wish him the absolute best as he continues his playing career.”
The forward played in thirty-five games this season for Minnesota, earning seven points. Serratore scored the game winning goal versus Penn State in his final game at Mariucci Arena back on March 1.
Serratore was also part of the first senior class in Minnesota’s hockey history to win three conference titles and three straight league titles.
Serratore will join the Phantoms for the final four games of the regular season, and is also joined by former Gopher Mark Alt.