Hat Tricks Re-Sign Forward Zach Pamaylaon, Sign Goalie Parker Butler to PTO

by Doug Lattuca

DANBURY — The Danbury Hat Tricks have re-signed forward Zach Pamaylaon and signed goalie Parker Butler to a PTO for the 2023-24 season.

Pamaylaon, 27, started his professional career with the Hat Tricks last season. The Aiea, Hawaii native put up nine goals and 18 assists in 55 regular and postseason games. The 5-foot-9-inch winger played three seasons at Division III Bryn Athyn College (2017-18 – 2029-20) and one year with the school’s ACHA II squad as the captain (2021-22).

Butler, a Summit, NJ native, appeared in two games with the Hat Tricks last season in his first professional hockey action. The 28-year-old was 2-0 with a 4.37 goals against average and a .833 save percentage. The 6-foot-1-inch goaltender played four seasons at the NCAA Division III level, one at Elmira College (2016-17) and three with UMass-Dartmouth (2018-19 - 2021-22).

The Hat Tricks open their season against the Watertown Wolves in a home-and-home series starting on the road, Oct. 13 before returning to the Danbury Ice Arena the next night, Oct. 14, for the Home Opener and banner raising.

The Hat Tricks are ready to defend their Commissioner’s Cup title and season tickets are still available! Fans can save up to 30% and receive an added value benefit package that includes FREE parking and season passes to the Danbury NAHL/NA3 Hat Tricks games. Call Herm Sorcher at (973) 713-7547 to secure yours today!

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