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    First edition of the 2016-17 Alumni Tracker. As you will see, the Islanders clearly like what Rand is doing with the program the last 6 years

    Sam Anas- Iowa Wild (AHL) 3GP 1G 1A
    Devon Toews- Bridgeport Sound Tigers (AHL) 4GP 2A +3
    Travis St Denis- Bridgeport Sound Tigers (AHL) 2GP 1A
    Michael Garteig- Alaska Aces (ECHL) 1GP 2.00 GAA 947 SV% 1-0
    Matthew Peca- Syracuse Crunch (AHL) 4GP 2G 1A
    Danny Federico- South Carolina Stingrays (ECHL) 2GP -1
    Justin Agosta- Manchester Monarchs (ECHL) 4GP 3A +5 **Hasn't lit anything on fire recently**
    Bryce Van Brabant- Texas Stars (AHL) 6GP 1A
    Connor Jones- Bridgeport Sound Tigers (AHL) 4GP 1G 1A
    Kellen Jones- Bridgeport Sound Tigers (AHL) 2GP 1A
    Zach Tolkinen- Rapid City Rush (ECHL) 4GP -4
    Jordan Samuels-Thomas- Utah Grizzlies (ECHL) 4GP 3G 3A
    Eric Hartzell- Fort Wayne Komets (ECHL) 1GP 3.14 GAA 903 SV%
    Brandon Wong-Regensburg EV (Germany) 8GP 7G 3A

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    Brandon Wong (C/LW) 1986-11-30 EV Regensburg Germany3 10 9 5 14 2
    Mike Dalhuisen (D/LW) 1989-01-24 Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk VHL 16 2 7 9 23
    Zach Tolkinen (D) 1989-11-27 Rapid City Rush ECHL 6 0 0 0 0
    Jordan Samuels-Thomas (LW/RW) 1990-05-28 Utah Grizzlies * ECHL 4 3 3 6 2
    Jordan Samuels-Thomas (LW/RW) 1990-05-28 Florida Everblades ECHL 2 0 1 1 0
    Jeremy Langlois (C/RW) 1990-06-02 Rockford IceHogs AHL 8 1 0 1 2
    Connor Jones (C/LW) 1990-08-16 Bridgeport Sound Tigers AHL 7 2 1 3 20
    Kellen Jones (LW/C) 1990-08-16 Bridgeport Sound Tigers AHL 5 1 2 3 0
    Justin Agosta (D) 1990-10-09 Manchester Monarchs ECHL 7 2 4 6 17
    Alex Barron (D) 1991-05-09 Strasbourg France 16 3 11 14 10

    John Dunbar (F) 1991-08-24 Mulhouse France2 6 5 4 9 4
    Bryce Van Brabant (LW/C) 1991-11-12 Texas Stars AHL 7 0 1 1 5
    Bryce Van Brabant (LW/C) 1991-11-12 Idaho Steelheads ECHL - - - - -
    Zach Luczyk (LW) 1992-02-26 Elmira Jackals ECHL 4 0 0 0 9
    Danny Federico (D) 1992-06-03 South Carolina Stingrays ECHL 5 0 1 1 0
    Travis St. Denis (C/RW) 1992-09-17 Bridgeport Sound Tigers AHL 5 0 1 1 6
    Brayden Sherbinin (D) 1993-03-07 Univ. of Calgary CIS 6 0 1 1 0
    Matthew Peca (C) 1993-04-27 Syracuse Crunch AHL 7 3 1 4 0
    Sam Anas (C) 1993-06-01 Iowa Wild AHL 5 2 1 3 0
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    Devon Toews (D) 1994-02-21 Bridgeport Sound Tigers AHL 7 0 3 3 0
    Peter Quenneville (C/RW) 1994-03-09 Aalborg Pirates Denmark 11 8 3 11 4
    Peter Quenneville (C/RW) 1994-03-09 Aalborg Pirates * Danish Cup 3 2 1 3 4

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    Eric Hartzell (G) 1989-05-28 Fort Wayne Komets ECHL 2 1.58 .945
    Mathieu Cadieux (G) 1990-12-15 Whitby Dunlops ACH 2 6.63 .811
    Michael Garteig (G) 1991-11-05 Alaska Aces ECHL 3 3.00 .893
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    New recruit commits to Quinnipiac.

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    Chris Truehl named ECAC goalie of the month.

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    Scouting the enemy: Clarkson Golden Knights

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    The north country is always a tough road trip. Maybe the off weekend helped us get guys healthy and the extra practice was used to clean up some of the problem areas. Going to need good, solid play all weekend in order to come home with any points. Will be a good test for the boys.

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    Scouting the enemy: Saint Lawrence Saints

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    A very good effort tonight... not perfect but better than they've been. Power play looked a little better than it's been and 2 PPG's were nice to see. Interested to see what changes, kf any, Rand makes for tomorrow night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QUAlum2004 View Post
    Scouting the enemy: Saint Lawrence Saints

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    Very good blog summary and if you're interested I can give you some updates. Hayton was indeed off to an unusually slow start having been pulled twice (against UML and PC.) However, he sat last Friday's game and bounced back huge in a 2-2 tie with Minnesota at home last weekend. We were up 2-0 with under 2 minutes to play and unfortunately Minny came back with a huge rally to score two extra attacker goals to tie it. Tonight Hayton shut out Princeton and was very sharp and needed to be as we were out shot badly in the second period. Tonight was his 9th shut out which tied him for first all time at SLU with a full year and 2/3's left in his career. He tied Bill Sloan's record which has stood for 60 years.
    Gavin Bayteuther scored his 31st career goal which tied him with All American Brian McColgan...a record that stood for 28 years. However......Brian did it in the time period when freshman didn't play so maybe a Roger Maris asterisk?????
    We are dinged up. Sweetman is recovering/playing with a broken hand. Two of the guys you mentioned in your summary who are two of our top forwards have not played for what I think is 2-4 games and those players are Marnell and Laidley. That gives us some patchwork lines and those are two speedy and talented forwards with the puck that we are missing.

    We played what I would call a fairly sloppy game tonight against Princeton. A couple of bad line changes that led to partial breakaways and unfortunately as usual quite a few penalties were called both ways on the very ticky tackiest of calls.

    Lastly we have a free feed and you will have a real treat. Joe Marsh is doing the color. With our stream a unique feature/problem is that the announcers are being broadcast on the radio.....and you are watching the game stream. Even though the stream stays on......the announcers stop broadcasting during the radio commercial breaks and during the intermission. However....their mics are live and they chit chat and you are liable to hear anything. Between periods tonight we heard about dogs, a police report from Lynnfield MA about a chicken sighted outside a liquor store and even a rogue game of canasta!

    In my opinion we are not playing real well. However.....our schedule so far has been hellishly difficult. At UML/PC, Merrimack/UNH at home, two away at Penn State)/ then last weekend Wisconsin/Minnesota.
    We seem to be back to last year's formula of getting outshot by a wide margin and relying on Hayton. We have a new coach and with the injuries there has been little consistency with the lines (other than on D)......there are new systems with the new coach too so I'm sure we are a work in progress. According to may Clarkson fans........Morris's teams are known for slower starts but come the second half he has them humming, playing and doing things the way he wants. We are far from that right now. I'm hoping with you guys coming to Appleton tomorrow you'll bring out the best in us (which we haven't seen so far.)
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    I've got a better feeling about tonight after last night's performance. The question is can they sustain it? If they play like they did against Clarkson and clean up the few problems they had, they'll be ok against SLU. If they don't, then it might be a long night and an even longer bus ride home. In any event, it appears that they used to off-weekend in a positive way and are maybe poised to play to their potential. Tonight they'll need to keep peppering Hayton and keep him moving. Whenever we've faced him he's been a bit of bully and I think that takes him off his game.

    Hopefully it will be a good, close game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by critsports View Post
    Very good blog summary and if you're interested I can give you some updates. Hayton was indeed off to an unusually slow start having been pulled twice (against UML and PC.) However, he sat last Friday's game and bounced back huge in a 2-2 tie with Minnesota at home last weekend. We were up 2-0 with under 2 minutes to play and unfortunately Minny came back with a huge rally to score two extra attacker goals to tie it. Tonight Hayton shut out Princeton and was very sharp and needed to be as we were out shot badly in the second period. Tonight was his 9th shut out which tied him for first all time at SLU with a full year and 2/3's left in his career. He tied Bill Sloan's record which has stood for 60 years.
    Gavin Bayteuther scored his 31st career goal which tied him with All American Brian McColgan...a record that stood for 28 years. However......Brian did it in the time period when freshman didn't play so maybe a Roger Maris asterisk?????
    We are dinged up. Sweetman is recovering/playing with a broken hand. Two of the guys you mentioned in your summary who are two of our top forwards have not played for what I think is 2-4 games and those players are Marnell and Laidley. That gives us some patchwork lines and those are two speedy and talented forwards with the puck that we are missing.

    We played what I would call a fairly sloppy game tonight against Princeton. A couple of bad line changes that led to partial breakaways and unfortunately as usual quite a few penalties were called both ways on the very ticky tackiest of calls.

    Lastly we have a free feed and you will have a real treat. Joe Marsh is doing the color. With our stream a unique feature/problem is that the announcers are being broadcast on the radio.....and you are watching the game stream. Even though the stream stays on......the announcers stop broadcasting during the radio commercial breaks and during the intermission. However....their mics are live and they chit chat and you are liable to hear anything. Between periods tonight we heard about dogs, a police report from Lynnfield MA about a chicken sighted outside a liquor store and even a rogue game of canasta!

    In my opinion we are not playing real well. However.....our schedule so far has been hellishly difficult. At UML/PC, Merrimack/UNH at home, two away at Penn State)/ then last weekend Wisconsin/Minnesota.
    We seem to be back to last year's formula of getting outshot by a wide margin and relying on Hayton. We have a new coach and with the injuries there has been little consistency with the lines (other than on D)......there are new systems with the new coach too so I'm sure we are a work in progress. According to may Clarkson fans........Morris's teams are known for slower starts but come the second half he has them humming, playing and doing things the way he wants. We are far from that right now. I'm hoping with you guys coming to Appleton tomorrow you'll bring out the best in us (which we haven't seen so far.)
    Just an FYI. The NCAA went back to allowing hockey freshman to play in '73-'74. It has been that way since. Brian McColgan graduated in 1988, and played four seasons.........See: http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p....php?pid=15527
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    Quote Originally Posted by QUAlum2004 View Post
    Any idea what's up with DeRoche? Saw he is no longer on Cedar Rapids roster and not protected by. Saw Topeka in NAHL has protected but not on active roster. He is a very good player and I thought was a huge get by Q

    Still will be a very good D1 kid

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hokydad View Post
    Any idea what's up with DeRoche? Saw he is no longer on Cedar Rapids roster and not protected by. Saw Topeka in NAHL has protected but not on active roster. He is a very good player and I thought was a huge get by Q

    Still will be a very good D1 kid
    I saw him still on the Cedar Rapids roster but he has been scratched the past few games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QUAlum2004 View Post
    I saw him still on the Cedar Rapids roster but he has been scratched the past few games.
    http://www.ushl.com/view/#/roster?team=10&season=58&league=1&league_code=USHL

    New number 10

    Not on protected list anymore either

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkEagleUSA View Post
    Hopefully it will be a good, close game.
    So much for that. After the 1st, they simply stopped playing their game. I don't know if it was frustration or whatever, but they stopped executing and started freelancing it seemed. They definitely didn't seem like the same team that played Friday night.

    Except for the 2 breakaways I thought Truehl was solid and kept us in the game. Not sure he can be faulted for those goals anyway. Yeah, maybe he coulda/shoulda stole one or both, but not much else he really could have done.

    Should make for an interesting week of practice. Another big weekend looms... maybe some home cooking will serve them well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hokydad View Post
    http://www.ushl.com/view/#/roster?team=10&season=58&league=1&league_code=USHL

    New number 10

    Not on protected list anymore either

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    Chip Malafronte ‏@ChipMalafronte 23m23 minutes ago
    Quinnipiac and Boston University to continue their non-conference men's hockey series. Terriers come to Hamden next season; at BU in 18-19
    Great pickup for the future schedules.
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    Scouting the enemy: Dartmouth Big Green

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    Pretty quiet here in the last few weeks. Looking forward to tonight and tomorrow as 2 teams off to good starts are coming into Hamden. As it has been all season, it will interesting to see who's in net this weekend.

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