There is an enormous amount of anticipation associated with the Colby College Mules hockey program, with the unveiling of their new home facility and their first home game therein. Even with the delays associated due to the COVID pandemic, Clay Korpi couldn’t be more excited about being a part of the NESCAC program.
Korpi was a member of the Brockville Braves (CCHL) last season, where the 6’0″, 170lbs native of Rye Brook (NY) completed his rookie season.with the Braves. The left shot defender registered 5 goals and 12 assists through 42 games before an injury cut his season short.
Prior to Brockville, he spent 2 seasons with the powerhouse prep program at Salisbury School. As a member of the program, he scored 24 points over 58 games played.