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    Adam Fox gets drafted in the 3rd round. He's going to be a great college player - maybe the best of this year's class when you take into consideration his likelihood to stay 4yrs and the quality he brings.

    Surprised that Krys went ahead of him, especially since Fox outperformed in nearly every way imaginable this year on the ice and on the big stages (except at the combine)....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bothman View Post
    https://www.neutralzone.net/2016/05/...-road-harvard/

    Good article on a potential recruit.
    Sounds like a great kid. Understands his strengths and what he needs to work on before coming to Cambridge. His thoughts on why Harvard is now a destination for talented recruits was interesting. Sounded a lot like what I heard in the 80's when we were recruiting the likes of Laney and Don Sweeney.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crimson on the Glass View Post
    I am reading a very interesting Crimson piece about Ted Donato, Jimmy Vesey and the team's recent history, which I recommend.

    http://www.thecrimson.com/article/20...d-mens-hockey/
    Certainly gives you an up close look at the program and some of the ups and downs. There is still some nagging inconsistencies that probably drive the coaches crazy but given the state of the program in '13-'14, it is admirable that they have come together and redefined what it means to be a Crimson hockey player. Vesey and Criscuolo deserve a ton of credit. And kudos to Teddy for trying different methods and inviting that Navy SEAL to get the players on one page. Hopefully this work will pay off in a national championship run at some point in the next five years.

    BTW, Shackleton and Strengthfinders 2.0 are great books and have been influential in my career. Highly recommend both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bothman View Post
    Really like this class. We finally bring in 2 very good puck moving defenseman that can get the puck out of the zone and QB the PP (big challenge this year compared to prior years)

    We bring in a couple of older forwards who will be more seasoned/ready to the make jump.

    Kerfoot, Szeto, and Pelton-Byce are more dynamic forwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bothman View Post
    Really like this class. We finally bring in 2 very good puck moving defenseman that can get the puck out of the zone and QB the PP (big challenge this year compared to prior years)

    We bring in a couple of older forwards who will be more seasoned/ready to the make jump.

    Kerfoot, Szeto, and Pelton-Byce are more dynamic forwards.
    What about Gregoire? Looks like he could be a difference maker. Agree about Pelton-Byce.

    Also, the goalie that is coming in has a so-so save %. In fact it is a bit worse than so-so. Hopefully Lackey is fully recovered and ready for camp in October. We need both goalies healthy and ready to go this year.

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    Re: Harvard Crimson 2016-2017

    Anybody going out to Arizona for the season's opening weekend? It's a little far for us.

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    John Drury (Ted Drury's son) made the 5 Nations team (from the Select 16 camp) and will represent the USA.

    Reilly Walsh is going play in the USHL full time next season.

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    Re: Harvard Crimson 2016-2017

    Harvard releases schedule:
    http://gocrimson.com/sports/mice/2016-17/schedule

    It's decent, but not as strong as year's past from a non-conference perspective:
    BC
    BU
    2@ASU
    Bentley
    Northeastern (Beanpot)
    BC or BU (Beanpot)

    There is a stretch of Quinny, BC, BU consecutively in mid-November which will test Harvard's mettle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bothman View Post
    Harvard releases schedule:
    http://gocrimson.com/sports/mice/2016-17/schedule

    It's decent, but not as strong as year's past from a non-conference perspective:
    BC
    BU
    2@ASU
    Bentley
    Northeastern (Beanpot)
    BC or BU (Beanpot)

    There is a stretch of Quinny, BC, BU consecutively in mid-November which will test Harvard's mettle.
    Notice that their exhibition game is October 8th which suggests that they may be starting practices before October 1st. I know that the captains' practices begin in September but I'm wondering why the early exhibition and then a two week break before opening in Arizona?

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    Adam Fox makes first cut for World Jr team.

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    Jacob Golden (2018 recruit) has signed with London. Left D.

    Was going to be a very crowded blue line for him with fox, Marino....and then Walsh, rathbone, Wilde, and Warren arriving (if get thru admissions)

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    Vesey Watch is on. I have no inside information but my gut tells me it's either Chicago or Buffalo. Chicago because they have a winning culture, Jonathan Toews and a great coach; Buffalo because of Eichel and great young talent in the pipeline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skate79 View Post
    Vesey Watch is on. I have no inside information but my gut tells me it's either Chicago or Buffalo. Chicago because they have a winning culture, Jonathan Toews and a great coach; Buffalo because of Eichel and great young talent in the pipeline.
    WRONG. Welcome to the Big Apple and the NY Rangers because I guess they have the CASH. SHOW ME THE MONEY.
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    Does he also get an automatic membership to the Harvard Club of NY and can he bring in newly discovered BC buddies like Krieder and Hayes as guests?
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    Re: Harvard Crimson 2016-2017

    Rangers Sign Jimmy Vesey to Entry-Level Contract
    http://www.hockeyfights.com/news/214686
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    Harvard has 3 commits playing in the CCM prospects game in September:

    http://www.allamericanprospectsgame....11-full-roster

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    Quote Originally Posted by vicb View Post
    WRONG. Welcome to the Big Apple and the NY Rangers because I guess they have the CASH. SHOW ME THE MONEY.
    WRONG. Each team could only offer him $925,000, an entry level deal. More than likely, they promised him PP time and second line left wing duty. This wasn't about the money; it had more to do with 'fit'.

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    Re: Harvard Crimson 2016-2017

    Bruins sign Dom Moore '03 to a one year deal. Great to have him back in town and I hope he gets a chance to make it over to B-L this season.

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    Re: Harvard Crimson 2016-2017

    Harvard picks up a recruit from the Chicago Steel in Baker Shore. Good bloodlines as brothers played at Denver. Wing who is due to come in 2018.

    I think next year (2017-2018) season will be tough for Harvard (given graduation and a fairly weak incoming class in 2017), but assuming folks can get thru admissions and don't go to Major Junior, Harvard's recruits (beginning in 2018) are strong.

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