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haulin oats
03-11-2017, 07:32 PM
Adrian College
Mitchell Porter 5'10" 185lbs F South Shore Kings USPHL Elite

dmac1103
03-14-2017, 09:17 PM
This is what I have for the SUNYAC Teams so far, I kept Dylan Mascarin on Oswego's because there is confusion if he was supposed to come this past year or this coming year. I also took stats from Hockey DB, Elite Prospects and the actual team sites.

Brockport
Name Pos Height Weight F/D (GP-G-A-PTS-PIM) G (GP W-L-GAA-SV%) Former Team
Danny Rock F 5'9" 175 40-14-8-22-25 PAL JR Islanders(USPHL Premier)
Shane Visnick F 6'1" 216 45-16-32-48-30 Hartford JR Wolfpack (EHL)
Tyler Williams D 6'0" 170 20-1-10-11-12 Philadelphia JR Flyers (EHL)

Buffalo State
Name Pos Height Weight F/D (GP-G-A-PTS-PIM) G (GP W-L-GAA-SV%) Former Team
Brendan Zack D 6'0" 185 47-17-30-47-40 Hampton Roads Whalers (USPHL Elite)
Connor Minch G 6'5" 225 17-14-3-2.23-.918 Islanders Hockey Club (USPHL Premier)

Cortland
Name Pos Height Weight F/D (GP-G-A-PTS-PIM) G (GP W-L-GAA-SV%) Former Team

Fredonia
Name Pos Height Weight F/D (GP-G-A-PTS-PIM) G (GP W-L-GAA-SV%) Former Team
Victor Tracy F 6'2" 218 58-17-18-35-42 Kemptville 73s (CCHL)
Tyler Riter F 6'1" 196 50-11-30-41-156 Burlington Cougers(OJHL)
Jasper Korican-Barlay F 5'11" 165 38-5-11-16-20 (Split with South Shore) PAL JR Islanders (USPHL Premier)
Tommy Martyn D 6'0" 165 45-4-16-20-24 Springfield Pics (USPHL Premier)
Ryan Dunner F 5'10" 170 37-12-24-36-48 Hartford JR Wolfpack (EHL)
Colin Valentine F 5'9" 168 46-14-19-33-62 Hartford JR Wolfpack (EHL)

Geneseo
Name Pos Height Weight F/D (GP-G-A-PTS-PIM) G (GP W-L-GAA-SV%) Former Team
William Cullen D 5'11" 170 54-15-32-47-46 Carleton Place Canadians (CCHL)
Dylan Schoen G 6'0" 178 38-4-12-3.73-.913 Connecticut Nighthawks (EHL)

Morrisville
Name Pos Height Weight F/D (GP-G-A-PTS-PIM) G (GP W-L-GAA-SV%) Former Team
Chris Vella F 5'10" 161 41-21-15-36-58 Dells Ducks (USPHL Elite)

Oswego
Name Pos Height Weight F/D (GP-G-A-PTS-PIM) G (GP W-L-T-GAA-SV%) Former Team
David Richer G 6'1" 180 33-22-9-1-2.43-.921 Kingston Voyageurs (OJHL) '15-'16 stats
Dylan Mascarin F 6'1" 185 47-21-38-59-64 Wellington Dukes (OJHL) '15-'16 stats

Plattsburgh
Name Pos Height Weight F/D (GP-G-A-PTS-PIM) G (GP W-L-GAA-SV%) Former Team
Mike Falanga F 5'7" 156 44-15-15-30-54 Islanders Hockey Club (USPHL Premier)
Jimmy Poreda G 6'2" 205 45-14-19-2.95-.927 Connecticut JR Rangers (USPHL Premier)

Potsdam
Name Pos Height Weight F/D (GP-G-A-PTS-PIM) G (GP W-L-GAA-SV%) Former Team
Jacob Juron F 6'3" 205 32-4-6-10-10 South Shore Kings (USPHL Premier)

bakdraft21
03-16-2017, 06:18 PM
nice job dmac;)

dmac1103
03-20-2017, 08:51 PM
2 more for Geneseo

Aaron MacKay G 6'0" 190 19-2-11-3.82-.903 La Ronge Ice Wolves (SJHL)
Danny Bosio F 6'1" 185 48-27-32-59-6 Kingston Voyageurs (OJHL)

UCfan30
03-22-2017, 10:37 AM
Here's what I found for Utica College:
Hunter Gunski - D - 6'5" 209lbs - Wellington Dukes - OJHL
Vaden McManus - D - 5'10" 170lbs - Hampton Roads Whalers - USPHL Elite
Jamie Bucell - F - 5'11" 185lbs - Philadelphia Little Flyers - EHL
Josh Haskin - F - 5'9" 179lbs - P.A.L. Junior Islanders - USPHL Premier
Brett Everson - F - 5'11" 181 lbs - Hawkesbury Hawks - CCHL

bakdraft21
03-22-2017, 12:42 PM
Here's what I found for Utica College:
Hunter Gunski - D - 6'5" 209lbs - Wellington Dukes - OJHL
Vaden McManus - D - 5'10" 170lbs - Hampton Roads Whalers - USPHL Elite
Jamie Bucell - F - 5'11" 185lbs - Philadelphia Little Flyers - EHL
Josh Haskin - F - 5'9" 179lbs - P.A.L. Junior Islanders - USPHL Premier
Brett Everson - F - 5'11" 181 lbs - Hawkesbury Hawks - CCHL check the usphl website there are 5 players from that league listed as Utica recruits

Laker28
03-22-2017, 01:34 PM
One for Oswego. Bryce Biller D 5'10" 170 15GP 2G-5A-7TS 7PIM Ottawa Senators/Hawkesbury Hawks (CCHL) To my knowledge he hasn't played a game since October 16th. Not sure why.

NU Pastime
03-22-2017, 02:04 PM
Anybody with more experience and knowledge care to give some context to us relative novices about these different leagues? Quality, competitiveness, etc. etc.?

d3hockey57
03-22-2017, 05:34 PM
Anybody with more experience and knowledge care to give some context to us relative novices about these different leagues? Quality, competitiveness, etc. etc.?

No

Transplanted Tiger Fan
03-22-2017, 05:35 PM
Anybody with more experience and knowledge care to give some context to us relative novices about these different leagues? Quality, competitiveness, etc. etc.?
This topic fascinates and confuses me as well. Fortunately, there are plenty of resources in this forum who know a thing or two, and much more, about it!!

I know I have seen many posts explaining the comparisons, but never do I commit the information to memory... or maybe I do but I'm too **** old to remember it! After all, it ain't the age... it's the mileage! :)

Here is a gem I found from 2014 authored by joecct, posted in an old Norwich thread <link to post (http://board.uscho.com/showthread.php?106057-Norwich-Cadets-13-14-A-New-Look-Forward&p=5927707&viewfull=1#post5927707)>

But I second NU Pastime's request... a concise-yet-comprehensive summary of the various Junior Leagues would be greatly appreciated (assuming "concise-yet-comprehensive" is even possible!!)


Late Edit: Some light-reading links... Tried some Yahoo!'ing, and most results are possibly a bit 'dated', but interesting none-the-less:

Junior Hockey Landscape
(http://www.ushl.com/news_article/show/446473-the-junior-hockey-landscape-what-you-need-to-know) Best Development Leagues (http://thehockeywriters.com/top-10-best-developmental-ice-hockey-leagues-north-america/) Rating the Junior Hockey Leagues
(https://thejuniorhockeynews.com/rating-the-junior-hockey-leagues-canadian-junior-a-and-the-nahl/)


Cheers!!!
~TTF

KRBFLINT03
03-22-2017, 07:24 PM
No

That was cool

dmac1103
03-22-2017, 07:37 PM
Here is the rankings from this past August from Junior Hockey News for both Canada and the United States all levels

https://thejuniorhockeynews.com/rating-the-junior-hockey-leagues-2016-edition-top-twenty-leagues-at-all-levels/

Here is the rankings from this past August from Junior Hockey News for both Canada and the United States tier ii

https://thejuniorhockeynews.com/rating-the-junior-hockey-leagues-2016-edition-tier-ii-united-states-and-canada/

Here is the rankings from this past August from Junior Hockey News for just the United States tier iii

https://thejuniorhockeynews.com/rating-the-junior-hockey-leagues-2016-edition-usa-tier-iii/

Here is the rankings from this past August from Junior Hockey News for Canada JR B

https://thejuniorhockeynews.com/rating-the-junior-hockey-leagues-2016-edition-canada-junior-b/

NU Pastime
03-23-2017, 01:43 PM
Good info dmac and TTF. Much appreciated!

elbojpb
03-25-2017, 09:13 AM
Considering the results from last night (Trinity's roster is nearly entirely non-Jr.) where would the NE Preparatory School "system" rank among the Jr Hockey leagues?

Ronnieb
03-25-2017, 10:42 AM
Considering the results from last night (Trinity's roster is nearly entirely non-Jr.) where would the NE Preparatory School "system" rank among the Jr Hockey leagues?

Trinity roster doesn't show Jrs., transfers etc. Mostly all the same route as all the other teams. The NESCAC does historically have a large number of players with Prep background though.

Laker28
03-25-2017, 10:49 AM
Considering the results from last night (Trinity's roster is nearly entirely non-Jr.) where would the NE Preparatory School "system" rank among the Jr Hockey leagues? A Majority of the player's on Trinity played Jr. hockey. Don't go by the NESCAC team's roster's because they have a tendency to only list the high school the player attended as their last team. For instance goalie Alex Morin played for the Islanders Hockey Club of the USPHL but they have his last team listed as The Northwood School. Prep hockey is pretty good but doesn't put a ton of high end players straight into college. There are exceptions but it's not the rule.

d3follower
03-25-2017, 02:06 PM
A Majority of the player's on Trinity played Jr. hockey. Don't go by the NESCAC team's roster's because they have a tendency to only list the high school the player attended as their last team. For instance goalie Alex Morin played for the Islanders Hockey Club of the USPHL but they have his last team listed as The Northwood School. Prep hockey is pretty good but doesn't put a ton of high end players straight into college. There are exceptions but it's not the rule.

The Trinity roster is kind of half-and-half (prep followed by juniors; pure prep)

Tyler Whitney: USPHL
Anthony Sabitsky: BCHL
Liam Feeney: NAHL
Ryan Cole: NAHL
Griff Martin: Union transfer
TJ Sherman: NAHL
Sam Johnson: NAHL
Alex Morin: USPHL
Mark Knowlton: USPHL

Pure preppers:
Brandon Cole: Kimball Union
Sean Orlando: Westminster
Ethan Holdaway: Westminster
Barclay Gammill: Berkshire
Will Sleeper: Noble & Greenough
Ryan Pfeffer: Thayer
Connor Hegarty: BB&N

Laker28
03-25-2017, 04:50 PM
Yeah, and Michael O' Brien played in the USPHL, Charlie Zuccarini played in the BCHL and at Arizona State, Andy Chugg played in the BCHL and Bentley. Point being they are not as reliant on pure prep players as the roster makes it seem. Since Matt Greason took over they have shifted from mostly prep to mostly junior players. The prep players do make very good role players though and many do eventually develop into pretty solid offensive talents as well. Teams that are made up of a good mix of players from different leagues and used properly in their roles are the ones that have the most success.

d3follower
03-25-2017, 07:52 PM
. . Since Matt Greason took over they have shifted from mostly prep to mostly junior players. The prep players do make very good role players though and many do eventually develop into pretty solid offensive talents as well. Teams that are made up of a good mix of players from different leagues and used properly in their roles are the ones that have the most success.

Generally true but Holdaway and Orlando were big contributors from the word go and much more than role players . .

elbojpb
03-25-2017, 10:48 PM
Since Matt Greason took over they have shifted from mostly prep to mostly junior players. The prep players do make very good role players though and many do eventually develop into pretty solid offensive talents as well. Teams that are made up of a good mix of players from different leagues and used properly in their roles are the ones that have the most success.Thanks for the insight. I was a bit confused at the game reading through the roster and seeing ONLY prep schools listed.

Will be interesting to see if the other NESCAC schools follow suit, and recruit more JR players as opposed to "Pure Preppers" as d3follower so aptly coined the term.