Mount Academy Centre Isaac Tremblay Commits To Surrey For 2022-23

Surrey, B.C. – The Surrey Eagles have added another forward for next season, as the organization is proud to welcome forward Isaac Tremblay (04) to the team for the 2022-23 season. Isaac is the third forward committed for next season, as he joins newcomers Ewan Rennie (05) and Matteo Speranza (04).

Tremblay, a Sherbrooke Quebec native, has been incredible this season as a 17 year old with the Mount Academy Saints U18 team in the CSSHLE. In just 11 games this season, Isaac has scored 6 goals and 23 assists for a gaudy 29 points. At the time of this release, Isaac currently holds a 12 point lead over the 2nd highest scorer on the Saints. Tremblay is a left handed shot, and stands 6 foot tall weighing around 170 pounds.

When Isaac was asked about why he chose to play for Surrey next season, he mentioned the connection between his coach and Eagles Head Coach Cam Keith as well as the status of the team. “I really like the organization; it’s a really good team over there. My coach also knows Cam [Keith] really well and told me great things about him.”

Isaac’s goals in the BCHL moving forward are simple, he wants to help his team win and move forward with his career. “I’m trying to help my team win and to improve as a player to hopefully earn a NCAA Division 1 scholarship.”

We talked with Isaac’s head coach Cody Anthony with the Mount Academy Saints who has coached him the past 2 seasons, and he’s extremely happy and impressed with how Isaac has developed and believes he’ll bring a lot to Surrey. “Isaac will bring a lot of energy to the team. He’s a high end, skilled hockey player who thinks the game at a very high level. His competitiveness ties it all together, he’ll be a very exciting player for all the fans in Surrey to watch.”

Eagles Eastern Regional scout Olivier Filion was asked about his thoughts on Isaac’s strengths as a player, and he had nothing but high praise for the 17 year old future Eagle. “Isaac has a ton of skill and the ability to make plays under pressure and with speed, which will help him have success immediately in the BCHL. I believe he can be a top 6 forward and run a powerplay in the BCHL, and I believe he’ll have a lot of success with the Eagles next season.”

Welcome to Surrey Isaac!