EBA returns to Hat Tricks

by Casey Bryant

Defenseman Ethan Busch-Anderson has officially signed a PTO agreement with the Danbury Hat Tricks, re-joining the squad for the 2020-21 season. 

Busch-Anderson spent the majority of last season with the Battle Creek Rumble Bees, posting 10 points in 40 games with the black-and-yellow. Busch Anderson was acquired by the Hat Tricks at the trade deadline. He logged an assist in his Danbury debut, skating in two games before the league's shutdown.

"We are excited to bring back Ethan for the upcoming season," commented head coach Anthony Bohn. "Even though he was with us for only two games,  [former head coach/current general manager] Billy McCreary speaks very highly of his play. Getting the chance to know him over the phone, he brings the right mentality to be successful."

Busch-Anderson joins a bolstered defensive corps that has already inked Zak Sheikh, Easton Oliver, Alex Johnson, Alex Kielczewski and drafted former Rumble Bees teammate Vinnie Susi in the Dispersal Draft.