Prawdzik, who stopped 26 shots in the Bishops’ 4-2 NEPSAC Large School title game win against Belmont Hill, earned All New England Prep All-Star honors and was named a Boston Globe Prep All-Scholastic. In 2013, he led Brooks to the ISL Eberhart championship and the NE Prep Small School Tournament Championship.
A 2012 invitee to the USA Hockey Strelow National Goaltending Camp and a 2013 draftee of the USHL Tri-City Storm, Prawdzik also played for the Neponset Valley River Rats 18Us, teaming with 2017 recruit Patrick Harper.
Brooks School head coach Dave Ries told THFB:
Max is a poised, competitive mentally tough kid. He's still raw...he has a lot of potential. Max was a big reason we won the Large School Championship this season. He's got great technique, moves pretty well and can handle the puck to start a breakout. Max needs to put on some muscle, add some explosiveness and adjust to the caliber of Hockey East. I'm excited for him for earning this opportunity and definitely think his best hockey is ahead of him.
97 G Max Prawdzik (@BrooksHockey) commits to BU. Huge, athletic stopper was one of the best goalies in prep, very tough to solve in the ISL.— Over The Boards (@OTBPuckWatch) May 19, 2015
▪ USHL draft video profile
▪ 2013 Top-24 NCAA Prospects Camp profile
▪ Elite Prospects card
▪ Boston Hockey Blog report