The Port Moody Panthers are excited to announce the signing of 2003-born forward Joshua Noh for the 2021-22 Pacific Junior Hockey League season.
Noh, who’s from West Vancouver, played four games as part of the 2020-21 U18 AAA exhibition schedule with the Greater Vancouver Canadians this past season.
“I am very excited to play in Port Moody because (of the) good environment and great coaching provided to develop as a player,” Noh said.
Noh was an affiliate with the Panthers during the 2019-20 season while he was also playing U18 AAA with Greater Vancouver. In 18 games with the Canadians, he had three goals and nine points. Noh was also a teammate of former Panthers forward Sammy May, who’s now with Saskatoon in the Western Hockey League.
Now that he’s committed to starting his junior hockey career with Port Moody, Noh has the drive to play a prominent role.
“My goal in my first year of junior hockey is to influence the team in a positive way and perform at a high level,” he explained.
Noh looks forward to having an impact with the Panthers at both ends of the ice as a rookie in 2021-22, thanks to his robust style of play.
“I am a two-way forward who can make teammates around me better and create scoring opportunities,” Noh described.
Noh joins Marcus Olsen, Dong Eun Lee, and Ryan Tong as rookie players committed to the Panthers for the 2021-22 PJHL season.