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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackI View Post
    The kid just committed won't play until 20/21. Imagine Swayman is either left early that season or we are lucky in that he plays senior season. Plus, as you mentioned about Thiessen, Langford might play a year of juniors after he graduates.

    Now that I read some old articles and combine it with his age it seems likely Thiessen can only come in 19/20 at the earliest. So that lines up well as McGovern would graduate at the end of next season.



    https://steinbachonline.com/local-sp...tthew-thiessen
    Iím not sure Swayman staying his senior year would be a good thing and he might be on a plan to graduate in three years. I wonder if he tries to sign next summer and Langford comes in a year early. He is a 2001 so would think he would be eligible.

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    Re: UMaine Black Bears Recruiting

    Quote Originally Posted by CollegeHockeyRinkReport View Post
    2 UMaine commits on NHL Central Scouting

    http://www.hockeyjournal.com/nehocke...ticleId1375373
    Svejstrup went from 157 to 205. Same thing happened to Binner last year. Silver lining may be that these kids stay for 4 years rather than leave early. I still think Maine needs to have a couple of the one and done type in the mix, along with the diamond in the rough guys like Keeper and Tralmaks.

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    Re: UMaine Black Bears Recruiting

    I would think that Swayman stays around for 3 seasons and leaves after his Junior season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew S. View Post
    Why do you think Dawe gets no love from the NHL?
    Too small, I bet. He could be a guy if he shows well in college that signs as an undrafted free agent and puts together either a solid but non-spectacular career spanning several years, or a guy who has a great season or two then flames out.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ma#1ne Hky View Post
    I would think that Swayman stays around for 3 seasons and leaves after his Junior season.
    This is what i expect to happen as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ma#1ne Hky View Post
    I would think that Swayman stays around for 3 seasons and leaves after his Junior season.
    This is most likely and what I was thinking too. If we look at Jimmy Howard, we see a goalie drafted higher, had a lot of international experience with world juniors, and set save percentage and goals against average records for a single NCAA season as a sophmore... And he came back but left after junior year. So my guess is Bruins will be content with Swayman developing at Maine until after junior year.

    Also, Thiessen is playing game 4 of the MJHL finals tonight. Had a good game 3 to get his team back in the series... down 1-2. Hopefully he closes out strong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amkirby10 View Post
    Too small, I bet. He could be a guy if he shows well in college that signs as an undrafted free agent and puts together either a solid but non-spectacular career spanning several years, or a guy who has a great season or two then flames out.



    This is what i expect to happen as well.
    So, I was able to watch the rerun of the regular season finally which was Sioux Falls vs. Fargo. Drobot had a goal on a tip in of a point shot while screening the goalie. Dawe had a great game with many nifty passes and a couple nice shots but couldnt get on the score sheet. For all his hard work he was rewarded with a friendly fire to his face from a re-directed shot from the point. He was slow to get back to the bench. But he was able to finish the game and play a few more shifts. Seems like a tough kid, seems to not play small. Scrappy, he got a roughing penalty in a scrum with John Shuldt, a 6'4" 215 lbs defensemen. Gave up 55 lbs and 9 inches of height and still tangled with him, even talking with him while in the box. In the end, Ben Meyer was the difference maker as he was the only one to score on the shootout to give Fargo the W.

    Also, Thiessen backstopped a 4-0 Steinbech win to even the championship series at 2 games each. Thiessen is pretty sound technically, but his glove is great too. He showed a couple nice glove saves. Virden rink is interesting, it has standing room mezzanines above the glass on each end... there wasn't a spot on that railing at either end. No doubt I'd be standing there if I could, sightlines must be great.
    Last edited by BlackI; 04-16-2018 at 09:43 PM. Reason: Added Thiessen info from MJHL finals game 4

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackI View Post
    So, I was able to watch the rerun of the regular season finally which was Sioux Falls vs. Fargo. Drobot had a goal on a tip in of a point shot while screening the goalie. Dawe had a great game with many nifty passes and a couple nice shots but couldnt get on the score sheet. For all his hard work he was rewarded with a friendly fire to his face from a re-directed shot from the point. He was slow to get back to the bench. But he was able to finish the game and play a few more shifts. Seems like a tough kid, seems to not play small. Scrappy, he got a roughing penalty in a scrum with John Shuldt, a 6'4" 215 lbs defensemen. Gave up 55 lbs and 9 inches of height and still tangled with him, even talking with him while in the box. In the end, Ben Meyer was the difference maker as he was the only one to score on the shootout to give Fargo the W.

    Also, Thiessen backstopped a 4-0 Steinbech win to even the championship series at 2 games each. Thiessen is pretty sound technically, but his glove is great too. He showed a couple nice glove saves. Virden rink is interesting, it has standing room mezzanines above the glass on each end... there wasn't a spot on that railing at either end. No doubt I'd be standing there if I could, sightlines must be great.
    Thanks for the report. Does anyone have any idea why JSS didn't play in the second game of the series (season finale)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogtagger View Post
    Thanks for the report. Does anyone have any idea why JSS didn't play in the second game of the series (season finale)?
    With most standings settled many teams sat key players and gave time to guys who were their depth or recently added players

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackI View Post
    So, I was able to watch the rerun of the regular season finally which was Sioux Falls vs. Fargo.
    I just noticed Fargo has a good YouTube channel with highlights of some of the games;

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-RkKJWy7dY
    Last edited by dogtagger; 04-17-2018 at 02:42 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogtagger View Post
    I just noticed Fargo has a good YouTube channel with highlights of some of the games;

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-RkKJWy7dY
    Very cool. There is a lot of info out there, I'm just not great at mining it all. So post what you find. I find it enjoyable to see how future black bears play.

    One thing I have noticed lately is Drobot's play is picking up. Has 5 goals in the last 9 games. Hopefully he keeps that momentum going during the playoffs.

    Another thing you will find is Fargo YouTube is only showing their team in its best light. So for example, in the game you gave link for you will notice there are no good highlights for the Stampede or any of Dawe making good plays. But it's their channel so this is understandable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogtagger View Post
    I just noticed Fargo has a good YouTube channel with highlights of some of the games;

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-RkKJWy7dY
    Great play tonight, JSS has a goal, Drobot with a goal, Dawe with an assist... So far

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackI View Post
    Great play tonight, JSS has a goal, Drobot with a goal, Dawe with an assist... So far
    Drobot plays all end of the ice. He is a great penalty killer too. 200 ft player.

    Tenacious bulldog. He will easily be a fan favorite at Alfond.
    Last edited by BlackI; Yesterday at 01:56 AM.

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    Re: UMaine Black Bears Recruiting

    If I understand this correctly, Thiessen is the only MJHL player ranked in the final central scouting ratings...
    http://www.mjhlhockey.ca/pistons-thi...ntral-scouting

    As DogTagger pointed out, you can find Fargo highlights on YouTube, here are highlights from last night's game. Schmidt-Svestrup goal is difficult to see because he redirected a point slapper in mid slot area... Drobot had a goal and an assist.
    https://youtu.be/t9QInEfLHNg

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