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Bulls forward Anderson signs NAHL tender

March 14, 2013

The North Iowa Bulls, proud members of the North American 3 Hockey League (NA3HL), are proud to announce that Bulls forward Brandon Anderson has tendered with the NAHL’s Texas Tornado.  

Anderson, 19, who is from St. Cloud, Minnesota is a 6' 4" 220 pound power forward who plays with an edge.  Head coach Todd Sanden remarked that… “Anderson brings a physical presence and is set to ply his trade in the South Division of the NAHL.  He should do really well there and the NA3HL was a great training ground for him.”

Brandon was a tender of the North Iowa Bulls who played for the California Titans of the NAPHL last season, capturing a title with the Titans.  In 2011-12 with the Titans, Anderson was 3rd in scoring with 20 points in 22 games.

Anderson spent part of the 2012-13 season with both the Fairbanks Ice Dogs and the Brookings Blizzard in the NAHL.  

Anderson is the 4th player on the Bulls roster this season to sign an NAHL tender

See the complete NA3HL to NAHL tender list here

A tender is a contract, of sorts, a player signs announcing his intentions to play for that particular NAHL team and that NAHL team only. Once a player signs a tender with an NAHL team, his playing rights belong to that team within the NAHL and he may not be recruited by any other NAHL team. Each team is granted ten (10) tenders, which includes one tender exclusively used on players from the NA3HL - plus or minus any trades - which become active on Nov. 1. Tendered players are not eligible for the NAHL draft, which will be held on June 4, 2013.

 
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