Former Selkirk Steelers’ standout forward Adam Pleskach recently played his first game in the American League with the hometown Manitoba Moose.
Pleskach, 28, had been playing with the Moose’s ECHL affiliate Tulsa Oilers.
Pleskach, who hails from Beausejour, has 25 points (12G, 13A) in 48 games with Tulsa this season. In total, he has 211 points (111G, 100A) over 253 professional games in the ECHL and CHL. Pleskach’s most productive campaign came in 2014-15 when he tallied 71 points (40G, 31A) in 72 games with Tulsa.
Prior to turning pro, Pleskach played four seasons at American International College (NCAA), totaling 114 points (59G, 55A) in 138 games. He studied finance and economics.
He was named to the Second Team All-AHA Conference and Third Team All-AHA Conference in 2013 and 2012 respectively.
During his four-year career with the Steelers, Pleskach scored 133 goals and 282 points in 187 games played. He led the team in scoring in 2007-08 (52g, 56a – 108p) and 2008-09 (57g, 55a – 112p). His 112 points in 2008-09 ranked him second in the league.