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    Quote Originally Posted by boblav1 View Post
    Recruit Trevor Zins is now playing for the Topeka Roadrunners (NAHL). Zins was scoreless in 9 games for Cedar Rapids (USHL) with a -16 (+/-). He is scoreless in 2 games for Topeka.

    http://nahl.com/game-center/player?p...4503&season=38
    He was shipped to Topeka with Quinnipiac recruit Johnny DeRoche. Cedar Rapids got off to a brutal start they did a major house cleaning of players.
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    Re: UML Recruiting, 2017+

    Quote Originally Posted by boblav1 View Post
    Recruit Trevor Zins is now playing for the Topeka Roadrunners (NAHL). Zins was scoreless in 9 games for Cedar Rapids (USHL) with a -16 (+/-). He is scoreless in 2 games for Topeka.

    http://nahl.com/game-center/player?p...4503&season=38
    UMLFan pointed this out a few weeks back

    Quote Originally Posted by UMLFan View Post
    That would put us at 10 d-men for next season (if List, Evingson and Zins all come in), which seems a lot. I'd venture Zins or List (both '98s) could be pushed a year?
    It seems like Trevor is going to need at least another year of juniors before coming to Lowell.

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    Re: UML Recruiting, 2017+

    Quote Originally Posted by Middle Street View Post
    UMLFan pointed this out a few weeks back



    It seems like Trevor is going to need at least another year of juniors before coming to Lowell.
    Oh, I must have missed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boblav1 View Post
    Oh, I must have missed it.
    You didn't miss anything. I must have done a poor job trying to get my point across. UMLfan pointed out that if all of the D recruits came in next season, we would have 10 on the roster and he thought Zins or List might be pushed back a year.

    As a follow up to that comment, I was pointing out Trevor's performance this season may make him the candidate to be pushed to the 18-19 season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Middle Street View Post
    You didn't miss anything. I must have done a poor job trying to get my point across. UMLfan pointed out that if all of the D recruits came in next season, we would have 10 on the roster and he thought Zins or List might be pushed back a year.

    As a follow up to that comment, I was pointing out Trevor's performance this season may make him the candidate to be pushed to the 18-19 season.
    Got it, I agree. Thanks

    The Heisenberg site is now showing Zins as a 2017 or 2018.
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    NU picked up twin brothers as commits recently (2001 born), while UMass (a '97) and Maine (a '98) also picked up commits.

    As of now, here's the future commits, for all years starting incoming 2017 for each of the HE schools (well, those that will be in HE next year):
    BC: 19
    BU: 19
    UConn: 10
    Maine: 21
    UMass: 14
    Lowell: 4
    Merrimack: 11
    UNH: 11
    NU: 21
    PC: 19
    UVM: 21

    One of these things is not like the others ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by UMLFan View Post
    NU picked up twin brothers as commits recently (2001 born), while UMass (a '97) and Maine (a '98) also picked up commits.

    As of now, here's the future commits, for all years starting incoming 2017 for each of the HE schools (well, those that will be in HE next year):
    BC: 19
    BU: 19
    UConn: 10
    Maine: 21
    UMass: 14
    Lowell: 4
    Merrimack: 11
    UNH: 11
    NU: 21
    PC: 19
    UVM: 21

    One of these things is not like the others ...
    Not trying to be a wise guy, but one other thing that is not like anything ever in history of program:

    4 NCAA Tournament appearances in 5 years. Lowell has won a game in each appearance and made FF once. I think Lowell's recruiting philosophy is just fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CollegeHockeyRinkReport View Post
    Not trying to be a wise guy, but one other thing that is not like anything ever in history of program:

    4 NCAA Tournament appearances in 5 years. Lowell has won a game in each appearance and made FF once. I think Lowell's recruiting philosophy is just fine.
    I think it's ok for the fans to be confused/concerned. Obviously we're all ecstatic at what this coaching group has been able to do, but that doesn't mean we can't raise concerns.

    We're all aware of the success of the past 5 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CollegeHockeyRinkReport View Post
    Not trying to be a wise guy, but one other thing that is not like anything ever in history of program:

    4 NCAA Tournament appearances in 5 years. Lowell has won a game in each appearance and made FF once. I think Lowell's recruiting philosophy is just fine.
    As UML Puck Hawk already noted ... we do understand that.

    I think many of us thought we'd see a jump in recruiting, and it just seems strange that they're proceeding so slowly. Obviously the kids they're bringing in are working out. But it's tough not to note the discrepancy in the numbers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UMLFan View Post
    As UML Puck Hawk already noted ... we do understand that.

    I think many of us thought we'd see a jump in recruiting, and it just seems strange that they're proceeding so slowly. Obviously the kids they're bringing in are working out. But it's tough not to note the discrepancy in the numbers.
    True, but one of those UVM commits has already de-committed (number isn't 21 any longer)... By recruiting so many, a lot of those kids will hit and miss. Norm wants the right guys and there are plenty if you wait and have a 20/21 y.o. freshman who can come in and play the system right away as opposed to striking out on a 1/3 of the kids you expected to be good.

    Look at BC's classes that graduated the past 2 years. Lots of would-be and are NHLers but also several flops in there that were great 15-16 year olds who didn't develop.

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    Re: UML Recruiting, 2017+

    Another new commit from the Shreveport Mudbugs:
    http://www.nahl.com/news/story.cfm?id=19294

    97' Forward Eriks Zohovs of Latvia:
    http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=214720

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    Quote Originally Posted by Middle Street View Post
    Another new commit from the Shreveport Mudbugs:
    http://www.nahl.com/news/story.cfm?id=19294

    97' Forward Eriks Zohovs of Latvia:
    http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=214720
    Sounds like solid player

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    Re: UML Recruiting, 2017+

    Quote Originally Posted by Middle Street View Post
    Another new commit from the Shreveport Mudbugs:
    http://www.nahl.com/news/story.cfm?id=19294

    97' Forward Eriks Zohovs of Latvia:
    http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=214720
    He'll be the 1st Latvian and only the 2nd player from Eastern Europe ever to play for Lowell (Dmitry Sinistsyn was the 1st).
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    Re: UML Recruiting, 2017+

    Quote Originally Posted by Middle Street View Post
    Another new commit from the Shreveport Mudbugs:
    http://www.nahl.com/news/story.cfm?id=19294

    97' Forward Eriks Zohovs of Latvia:
    http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=214720
    Good news. Eriks is currently tied for the league lead in points in the NAHL. He has 24 points (11-13-24) in 16 games.
    http://nahl.com/game-center/player-s...sition=skaters

    Evaluation on Zohovs:

    Eriks has a lot of skill and plays the game with excellent skating and quick, creative hands. He is still learning the North American game and tends to expose the puck too much. He is still learning to manage the game and be more patient. He has upside and DI potential. The Latvian native has represented his country in junior international competition. He is a player to keep and eye on going forward as he moves to the NAHL this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boblav1 View Post
    Good news. Eriks is currently tied for the league lead in points in the NAHL. He has 24 points (11-13-24) in 16 games.
    http://nahl.com/game-center/player-s...sition=skaters

    Evaluation on Zohovs:

    Eriks has a lot of skill and plays the game with excellent skating and quick, creative hands. He is still learning the North American game and tends to expose the puck too much. He is still learning to manage the game and be more patient. He has upside and DI potential. The Latvian native has represented his country in junior international competition. He is a player to keep and eye on going forward as he moves to the NAHL this year.
    Thanks for this Bob.
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    A new recruit, this one will be on next year's team.

    1996 born RW Connor Sodergren, 6'1, 195 pounds. Currently plays for West Kelowna in the BCHL, but he's originally from Tewksbury. He played for St. Paul's School at the high school level and has been at West Kelowna for two years. This year, he's at 10-13-23 in 27 games, and was 8-22-30 in 58 games played last season (with a 6-7-13 in 24 playoff games). Originally he was committed to Army.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UMLFan View Post
    A new recruit, this one will be on next year's team.

    1996 born RW Connor Sodergren, 6'1, 195 pounds. Currently plays for West Kelowna in the BCHL, but he's originally from Tewksbury. He played for St. Paul's School at the high school level and has been at West Kelowna for two years. This year, he's at 10-13-23 in 27 games, and was 8-22-30 in 58 games played last season (with a 6-7-13 in 24 playoff games). Originally he was committed to Army.
    Jeff Cox had this to say about him a couple of years ago:
    "The captain of the NEPSIHA Large School runner-up, the Tewksbury, Mass. native brings a lot of the intangibles to the table. He has good size and decent finishing ability. He projects as a third or fourth liner with the potential to add occasional offense at the NCAA level."
    http://www.sbncollegehockey.com/coll...n-major-junior

    Sounds like a good character depth player.

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    Recruit Charles Levesque has received an invite to the Canada East selection camp for the World Junior A Challenge.

    Forty players will vie for a spot on the Team Canada East roster when they report to selection camp at the MasterCard Centre in Etobicoke, Ont., Dec. 3-7. The camp schedule includes three games – Dec. 4, 5, and 6 – as well as practices.

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    Little more about Sodergren from the local website out in Penticton.

    “Connor is a complete 200 foot player that is hard to play against every night,” commented Warriors general manager and head coach Rylan Ferster, “His work ethic is second to none."
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    Quote Originally Posted by UMLFan View Post
    Little more about Sodergren from the local website out in Penticton.
    Sounds like joe gamz

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