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Miami Lands Elite Forward Cole Coskey

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By   2 weeks ago

The Redhawks landed the biggest recruit of the new recruiting season this Sunday morning when elite Chicago Mission goalscorer Cole Coskey committed to the program, likely for a 2017 arrival. The 6’1, 175 lb forward is our 11th-ranked 1999-born forward in the country (pending release this week) and a candidate to continue rise up the rankings in a big […]

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Irish Hockey Recruiting Makes Noise on Football Sunday

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By   2 weeks ago

The Fighting Irish made noise on Football Sunday when they secured the verbal commitments of two top American prospects, defenseman Andrew Peeke and forward Graham Slaggert, son of Notre Dame Associate Coach Andy Slaggert. We’ll highlight Peeke, who was the 28th-ranked uncommitted prospect on our preseason ranking last week, first. A Florida native now playing hockey for Selects Academy in Connecticut, […]

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Bobcats Add Big, Mobile, Puck-Rushing Defenseman James Callahan

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By   2 weeks ago

Quinnipiac’s staff continued to build to their template, this month adding a big, natural rusher of the puck to their back-end in defenseman James Callahan. The 6’2, 165 lb NJ Hitmen U18 defender is a possession-driving skater with a lot of potential to fill out and become a dominant force on the rush as he […]

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Brown Bears Secure Commitment from Buffalo’s Chris Berger

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By   3 weeks ago

Brown secured another key piece for their forward pipeline as they locked up a commitment from smaller scorer Chris Berger, one of the most prolific uncommitted players in the country among 1998s. While most of his peers are rising high school juniors, the 5’8 forward has entered the junior hockey fray with his local Buffalo Jr. Sabres (in the OJHL). […]

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Maine, Canisius and Northeastern secure commitments

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By   3 weeks ago

Three quick hits on new recruits heading into the weekend. 98 D Jamie Armstrong to Northeastern: This is one we missed during the site renovation, but Northeastern added incoming Avon Old Farms forward Jamie Armstrong, another nice addition to a group that the Huskies have coming together for the fall of either 2016 or 2017. […]

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Vermont Picks Up Groton’s Leading Scorer Ace Cowans

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By   3 weeks ago

UVM added another one to the pipeline in what has been a feverish recruiting summer for the Catamounts. Vermont’s seventh recruit since May is Groton School senior forward Ace Cowans, one of prep school’s most prolific scorers. Super excited to announce my commitment to the University of Vermont #catamounthockey — Ace Cowans (@acecow14) August 29, […]

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Clarkson Lands Local Star Jordan Robert

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By   3 weeks ago

Clarkson landed a big get for the recruiting pipeline today as local St. Lawrence AAA prospect Jordan Robert chose the Golden Knights for his college hockey career. Being from just 20 miles away, in Massena, NY, the recruiting race was quick and succinct as both local schools St. Lawrence and Clarkson entered the fray while Robert made a name […]

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Westminster’s Brophy Chooses Holy Cross

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By   4 weeks ago

Westminster senior defenseman Will Brophy announced his commitment to Holy Cross this Sunday evening, a week and a half out of a good showing at the heavily scouted Beantown Classic. Extremely excited and proud to announce my commitment to the College of the Holy Cross. Thanks to all who have supported me along the way — Will […]

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    Recruiting Notes, Week 2: NTDP 18′s Are Skilled, 5 new commitments, WHL Camps, Full List of 1999 Recruits

    By   2 weeks ago

    Gifs of the NTDP U18 Team (via @HFwoodhouse): Auston Matthews, with what would have been an extraordinary power move to the net, if anyone touched him. Just another day at the office for Boston College’s Colin White: Boston College’s Jeremy Bracco turns Minnesota High School’s goaltender of the year, Hunter Shepard, inside out: Commitments: Princeton added […]

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    Rising Prospects, New Recruits, Tough Breaks for Hockey East, and Southern Hockey on the Rise

    By   2 weeks ago

    Some recapping of new recruits, player movement, and amateur hockey news gathered from the late summer, early fall. We will be covering the USHL Atlantic Challenge and HS Elite League’s opening action over the weekend. Rising Prospects Much of the buzz about prospects seems to be on offensive defensemen: Chad Krys enters the season with the NTDP as one […]

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    Bauer Hockey Donates $4 Million to NYC’s 9-Rink Facility

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    By   3 weeks ago

    New York City’s new 9-rink facility (set for completion in 2017), which will be the world’s largest indoor ice center, got a cash infusion in the form of four million dollars by Bauer Hockey this summer. The investment may reflect the interest of Bauer, who currently sponsor the Bauer World Invite, the world’s largest youth hockey tournament, in […]

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    Educating Student-Athletes at the Pre-Prep Showcase

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    By   3 weeks ago

    Though the mantra for many hockey players is to live shift-to-shift and game-to-game; most players remember that first rink, the first shift they ever took in a game and other career milestones. But at some point between then and the time they start to develop an interest in playing professionally, the necessity of pairing education […]

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    New Faces of Prep Hockey: St. Andrew’s College Ready To Take A Step in 2014-15

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    By   3 weeks ago

    In another edition of our New Faces of Prep Hockey series, I spoke with St. Andrew’s College head coach David Manning about this year’s edition of his program, one that has produced a lot of college-bound talent as of late and will likely figure into the conversation as one of the top programs in the country. You […]

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    Recruiting Notebook: Preseason USPHL Exhibitions at the Ice Vault

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    By   4 weeks ago

    I made it out to Wayne, NJ’s Ice Vault this morning to catch some more USPHL action ahead of the season, expecting to only see the NJ Hitmen’s opponent Nepean, of the CCHL. Luckily enough, the CT Jr. Rangers and Flyers Elite had an exhibition right after. With that, and the Beantown last week, here are some notes put together […]

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    Recruiting Notebook: Recruits Shine at the Beantown Classic’s Pro Division

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    By   1 month ago

    I spent most of last week up in Marlborough, Massachusetts (Mark Bilotta spent some time up there as well) watching this year’s Summer Beantown Classic, one of the most scouted events in the world and one that brings in a number of top prospects playing in New England as well as a few from out of the […]

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    Big Ten Hockey Recruiting Analysis, Pt. 4 (Penn State)

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    By   2 months ago

    Continuing our Big Ten recruiting feature this summer, I took a look at some of Penn State’s recent additions, current recruits, and potential recruiting targets. To see the first three parts of the six-part feature, highlighting Minnesota, Wisconsin and Ohio State, click here. Michigan State is next up. Penn State Most recently on the recruiting front, the Nittany […]

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      Glenn Stewart joins UNH, Gilligan joins Merrimack

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      By   3 weeks ago

      Some coaching moves went down at the end of summer as Jim Tortorella left UNH, Merrimack’s Glenn Stewart took his place in Durham, and UMass alum Bill Gilligan took a job coaching at Merrimack. For more, see the full articles at USCHO and the Mack Report. USCHO: Stewart joins UNH staff as Associate Head Coach Stewart spent […]

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      Americans Make Cuts at WJC Camp

      By   2 months ago

      Via Dhiren Mahlban, some great comments from WJC camp on Jack Eichel, Auston Matthews and Sonny Milano: “He’d be fun to coach for a long period of time,” said US coach Mark Osiecki of Eichel. “He’s so talented, a great kid. I think he’s developed some leadership skills. High-level skater; he’d probably be a top-10 […]

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      Super Article: Sonny Milano May Be OHL-Bound and a Decent Amount of People Are Wrong

      By   2 months ago

      Update: Now, the Columbus Blue Jackets, who own Milano’s NHL rights, have officially reiterated that Milano will be heading to Boston College. Still, sources on both sides of the situation stand firm that he will be going to the route they indicate. Below are some articles and evidential tweets.

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        National Prep Schedules and Rosters

        By   3 weeks ago

        If you run or have the schedule and rosters for a non-new England prep school program (Shattuck, Culver, Northwood, St. Andrew’s, Ridley College, etc.) please send it in to us and we will include it here. Shattuck-St. Mary’s: Prep Schedule U16 Schedule Bantam Roster Bantam Schedule St. Andrew’s College: Roster Schedule Culver Military Academy: Prep […]

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        Fall 2014 HS Elite League Schedule

        By   2 months ago

        The 2014 Fall High School Elite League (Minnesota) has released it’s schedule, click here to view it in PDF form. You can see the league’s rosters and committed players list here.

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        Team Wisconsin Releases Rosters

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        Team Wisconsin released the rosters for their three before/after teams, playing at the U18, U16 and U14 level. You can find them on the TW website, or peruse the rosters here. Three big losses for TW are Sam McCormick (OSU), Kevin Conley (Denver) and Carver Watson (Uncommitted 98 D), all moving on to the USHL from the U16s. […]

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        2014 Minnesota High School Elite League Rosters

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        By   2 months ago

        The Elite League announced this season’s rosters today. Below is a brief breakdown of players involved and NCAA recruits. At the bottom of this page are the rosters in there entirety as of July 18th, 2014. We’ll have more on the Elite League as the opening day inches closer. For the rest of summer, Minnesota’s Bantam […]

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        Why you shouldn’t buy a US-to-Europe flight more than two months in advance

        By   2 months ago

        For the scouts and parents/players/coaches who may be going abroad for hockey (or other reasons), Quartz had a good piece on why you should hold off on buying those expensive flights early: “Kayak found that the cheapest fares from the US to Africa were just 33 days before departure, while the cheapest to Europe were 53 […]

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        USHL Regular Season Schedule is Out

        By   2 months ago

        The USHL’s 2014-15 Regular Season is out, sans the dormant Indiana Ice and featuring the addition of expansion franchises Madison (WI) and Bloomington (IL): USHL Schedule

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        USA 2014 Ivan Hlinka Roster

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        By   3 months ago

        Forwards Name S/C Ht (cm) Wt (kg) Birthdate Hometown 2013-14 Team Karch Bachman L 5-11 (180) 178 (81) 3/10/97 Wolcottville, Ind. Culver Academies Prep (HPHL) Brock Boeser R 6-0 (183) 190 (86) 2/25/97 Burnsville, Minn. Burnsville High School Brent Gates L 6-2 (188) 190 (86) 8/12/97 Grand Rapids, Mich. Green Bay Gamblers (USHL) Matt Filipe […]

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        2014 Boys Select 16 Rosters (1998)

        By   3 months ago

        The rosters and schedule for July’s USA Hockey Player Development Select 16 Camp are now out.

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