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Ayzek Waldron ‘23 Recruiting Profile

  • Saranac High School
  • Men's Ice Hockey
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Ayzek Waldron's Men's Ice Hockey Recruiting Profile
North Shore Academy
Prim. Position:
Team Level
AAA (Tier 1)

Personal Statement

      My name is Ayzek Waldron. I am 17 years old and I am a junior. I am  currently learning through an online program so I can pursue my hockey career. My hometown is Cadyville, NY, where my parents and twin brother, Ayden reside. 

    In 2021-2022, I made the decision to continue playing on the east coast and took a forward position for North Shore Academy. This season has been a competitive, busy time for me. The academy has allowed me to be on the ice daily, with off-ice trainings, gym time, specific skills coaching and nutritional education. Having the "entire package" has allowed me to become a stronger, more well-rounded player and individual. 

    In addition to my regular hockey season, I was afforded an opportunity to play on a team in a NAPHL showcase in Texas. This was an amazing experience! In addition, I was asked to play with a team in the Chi-Town Shuffle in Chicago. These opportunities helped develop my skills at a higher and more competitive level, as well as affording me chances to make strong connections with coaches and players, who were top notch in their respective positions.

     For as long as I can remember, hockey has been a part of my life. As a very young kid, my parents recognized the natural competitiveness in me. So, at the age of three, what was originally a way to burn my endless energy, became my passion.  Hockey took on a role that deeply rooted me to many people and places. Playing hockey has become and continues to be an extension to my everyday life. Being on a hockey team has taught me many valuable life lessons. It has shaped the person I am and continue to pursue.  

     When I am asked what type of person/player I am, I think about the words that have been used by my coaches, trainers, teachers and teammates; hard-working and modest. I am hard-working. Whatever challenges I am faced with, both on and off the ice, I give 110% and will not stop until I've succeeded, even if this means I must put the extra time in. When I feel like I can’t give any more, physically or mentally, I remind myself that most players or kids in my class probably feel the same way. This drives me to push past my comfort zone and exceed my limits. I want to be the one who stands out! I am modest. I am proud to be known as a modest person and player. I feel that modesty is something almost impossible to teach. For me, being modest is not a weakness but a trait that brings strength to a team and to me, as a player and student. Whether winning a championship game or meeting a person goal, I am able to be proud in a respectful way.  

     My experiences, whether on the ice, in the classroom or at home, have led me to where I am now and will help guide me to where I want to go in the future. I am grateful to have continuous support from my family. They have taught me what true sacrifice and hard work looks like.  


Club Information

  • Seasons of Club Experience:
  • 3 seasons
  • 2021 North Shore Academy (U16 AAA)
  • 2020 Valley Jr Warrior (U15)
  • 2019 Vermont Dynamo HC (AAA)

Coach References

  • Club Coach
  • Brett Leonard
  • Club Coach
  • Spencer Forbes



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High School Information

High School:
Saranac High School
(518) 565-5800

Academic Accomplishments

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Awards, Achievements and Activities

  • Award
    • National Physical Fitness Award 2018-19

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