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    Quote Originally Posted by sshablak View Post
    If he's anything like his twin brothers Tyson and Tylor who went to Colgate, you've got a good one !!
    1 could only hope the twins looked to have nice careers at Gate

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    New Recruit for Plattsburgh. Sakke Tiitinen F, Kemi, Finland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Max10 View Post
    New Recruit for Plattsburgh. Sakke Tiitinen F, Kemi, Finland.
    the swedes and fins had better get along

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    Platty...Connor Logan 5 8" 150lbs from the SJHL 58gp 24g 29a for 53 tps.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by bakdraft21 View Post
    Platty...Connor Logan 5 8" 150lbs from the SJHL 58gp 24g 29a for 53 tps.......
    I looked at his teams roster (Battlefield North Stars) from last year they have him at 6'0" 190 lbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmac1103 View Post
    I looked at his teams roster (Battlefield North Stars) from last year they have him at 6'0" 190 lbs
    I took it off elite site,maybe he has beefed up now

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    Looks like Norwich is getting a player from that same team Coby Downs 58gp 29g 43a 72tps..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Div3HockeyGuy View Post
    I don't know about you guys but I'm dying for D3Hockey.com's commitment list to come out. Anybody with an inside scoop on when it's going to be released?
    wonder how that D3 list is doing

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    Quote Originally Posted by bakdraft21 View Post
    wonder how that D3 list is doing
    Yeah, thought it was supposed to be done before the new kids arrived on campus.

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    Another for Plattsburgh

    Greg Malafronte New Jersey Titans (NAHL) Position: F 5'9 155lbs 52 GP 15 G 25 A 40 PTS

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    Norwich has 4 commitments on the SJHL home page and other commitments are listed by team and college.
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    If the best JR league that feeds D3 is the NAHL, and the overwhelming majority of NAHL recruits are going to the NCHA, then the 2018 National Champion should come from the NCHA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elbojpb View Post
    If the best JR league that feeds D3 is the NAHL, and the overwhelming majority of NAHL recruits are going to the NCHA, then the 2018 National Champion should come from the NCHA.
    Looks like your link might still be listing all the WIAC schools as members of the NCHA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by altazo View Post
    Looks like your link might still be listing all the WIAC schools as members of the NCHA.
    Indeed, that is skewing the results. That said, the NAHL has fed into the West Region teams more than the East Region for years. My theory is that it is a product of the geographic footprint of the NAHL being more concentrated near the MidWest.

    The NAHL is definitely the best US-based league feeding into D3, since USHL recruits at this level are few and far between. The SJHL and AJHL in Canada may have something to say about the best overall, and the Ontario leagues aren't far behind. But the name of the league the guy played for isn't the be all and end all. Just because a kid was a great 3rd line guy in the NAHL doesn't mean he's going to be a game-changing stud at the D3 level.

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    Looks like Geneseo will not have D1 transfer dman from Merrimack back this yr,as/elite,Braxton Bilious to Simon Frasier 2017/18 season...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CARDS_rule_the_Burgh View Post
    Indeed, that is skewing the results. That said, the NAHL has fed into the West Region teams more than the East Region for years. My theory is that it is a product of the geographic footprint of the NAHL being more concentrated near the MidWest.

    The NAHL is definitely the best US-based league feeding into D3, since USHL recruits at this level are few and far between. The SJHL and AJHL in Canada may have something to say about the best overall, and the Ontario leagues aren't far behind. But the name of the league the guy played for isn't the be all and end all. Just because a kid was a great 3rd line guy in the NAHL doesn't mean he's going to be a game-changing stud at the D3 level.
    Norwich has found good prospects in all of them...EHL guys like Salvucci, Piacentini, Smith, Russell, Flaherty...NAHL guys like Brandrup....AJHL with Ostepchuk...SJHL with Williams, Reichenbach. Even found a decent one in the Ontario league...some guy named Pelletier?

    It's all about casting a wide net and having the commitment to get coaches out on the road often. Steve Mattson does a terrific job doing this at Norwich. Big part of the success rate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PrezdeJohnson09 View Post
    Norwich has found good prospects in all of them...EHL guys like Salvucci, Piacentini, Smith, Russell, Flaherty...NAHL guys like Brandrup....AJHL with Ostepchuk...SJHL with Williams, Reichenbach. Even found a decent one in the Ontario league...some guy named Pelletier?

    It's all about casting a wide net and having the commitment to get coaches out on the road often. Steve Mattson does a terrific job doing this at Norwich. Big part of the success rate.
    Exactly! It's about the player's skill set and ability to be coached, not about what league he happened to play in.

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    He is a forward

    Thomas Bowe F 6'1" 201 40-22-47-69-183 Aspen Leafs (RMJHL)
    Looks like I was right, he's listed on the Plattsburgh recruiting article as a defenseman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott_TG View Post
    Looks like I was right, he's listed on the Plattsburgh recruiting article as a defenseman.
    they look like forward #'s to me........

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    Quote Originally Posted by bakdraft21 View Post
    they look like forward #'s to me........
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