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    Quote Originally Posted by rpi82 View Post
    I wondered about that but assumed that since he returned to junior hockey maybe you knew of a rule that permits making an indirect transfer without sitting out a full year. On the other hand, I believe he's out of junior eligibility after this season. I wonder if he will enroll this fall (if he can afford it as I assume athletic scholarship money will be too tight next year to pay a guy sitting out) and either practice with the team or play ACHA to keep his hand in the game.
    Won’t he be eligible come next spring? I would think he’s in the same boat as Gornell. Both were on college teams in fall 2017, but gone for spring 2018. So I would think Bear comes into school in the fall, but couldn’t play until the spring.

    I could be wrong.

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    With several offers from Division I programs left on the table, it was obvious that Hallbauer was unwilling to settle for anything less than the perfect fit. It turned out that RPI was exactly the school Hallbauer was looking for.

    “I never technically had an official visit [to RPI],” Hallbauer said. “I went up with my mom during Christmas break and it was just an amazing school. Even with no students there, I could see myself walking around campus. I also chose it because the coaching staff really wants me to succeed and I believe I will get the most out of my opportunity there. They were very driven to have their players develop and their program be successful, and that’s what I want as well.” ....... http://nahl.com/news/story.cfm?id=23446
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    Quote Originally Posted by rpi82 View Post
    I wondered about that but assumed that since he returned to junior hockey maybe you knew of a rule that permits making an indirect transfer without sitting out a full year. On the other hand, I believe he's out of junior eligibility after this season. I wonder if he will enroll this fall (if he can afford it as I assume athletic scholarship money will be too tight next year to pay a guy sitting out) and either practice with the team or play ACHA to keep his hand in the game.
    I suspect that they are maneuvering some other money his way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsfs04 View Post
    Won’t he be eligible come next spring? I would think he’s in the same boat as Gornell. Both were on college teams in fall 2017, but gone for spring 2018. So I would think Bear comes into school in the fall, but couldn’t play until the spring.

    I could be wrong.
    Garnell is already enrolled at RPI now, so his clock started clicking already. I could also be wrong. Hallbauer certainly won't be eligible in the fall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turk181 View Post
    With several offers from Division I programs left on the table, it was obvious that Hallbauer was unwilling to settle for anything less than the perfect fit. It turned out that RPI was exactly the school Hallbauer was looking for.

    “I never technically had an official visit [to RPI],” Hallbauer said. “I went up with my mom during Christmas break and it was just an amazing school. Even with no students there, I could see myself walking around campus. I also chose it because the coaching staff really wants me to succeed and I believe I will get the most out of my opportunity there. They were very driven to have their players develop and their program be successful, and that’s what I want as well.” ....... http://nahl.com/news/story.cfm?id=23446
    I hope that he right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsfs04 View Post
    Won’t he be eligible come next spring? I would think he’s in the same boat as Gornell. Both were on college teams in fall 2017, but gone for spring 2018. So I would think Bear comes into school in the fall, but couldn’t play until the spring.

    I could be wrong.
    According to Heisenberg’s site Bear is eligible Jan. 2019.
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    Quote Originally Posted by turk181 View Post
    According to Heisenberg’s site Bear is eligible Jan. 2019.
    But Heisenberg got a message from me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turk181 View Post
    With several offers from Division I programs left on the table, it was obvious that Hallbauer was unwilling to settle for anything less than the perfect fit. It turned out that RPI was exactly the school Hallbauer was looking for.

    “I never technically had an official visit [to RPI],” Hallbauer said. “I went up with my mom during Christmas break and it was just an amazing school. Even with no students there, I could see myself walking around campus. I also chose it because the coaching staff really wants me to succeed and I believe I will get the most out of my opportunity there. They were very driven to have their players develop and their program be successful, and that’s what I want as well.” ....... http://nahl.com/news/story.cfm?id=23446
    It also says that he visited RPI when the students were not present. That is probably a plus.

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    In the Top 10 Uncommitted a player I was very impressed with was Matt Holmes (http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=348520 ). I mentioned him to Graham as a player to keep an eye on.
    Just to wrap this up, Holmes committed to Merrimack today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by turk181 View Post
    Just to wrap this up, Holmes committed to Merrimack today.
    Good for him.

    Edit: NZ gave him 3.75 stars https://twitter.com/_Neutral_Zone/st...50399975251968
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    Re: RPI Recruit Thread 2017-18 (Part II)

    South Division Star of the Week: Ture Linden, forward, Lone Star Brahmas

    RPI recruit and Lone Star Brahmas forward Ture Linden, 20, had a big week as he helped his club to three wins in three games. The 6’0/181 lbs. native of Great Falls, Virginia, had six points (4 goals, 2 assists) and was a +3 in the three wins. On Friday, Linden had two goals, including the game-winner in a 3-1 win over the visiting Kenai River Brown Bears. On Saturday, Linden had a goal and two assists in a 5-0 win. On Sunday, he scored another game-winning goal in a 2-0 shutout win over division-leading Shreveport. For the season, Linden has 37 points in 40 games played, which ranks tied for 2nd on the team. “Ture has been playing really well for us. He has challenged himself to prepare for the next level of playing NCAA Division I hockey and has done the necessary things on and off the ice to become a better and more well-rounded player,” said Brahmas head coach Dan Wildfong.
    and Jon Bendorf got an honorable mention for Star of the Week in his Division.

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    Re: RPI Recruit Thread 2017-18 (Part II)

    On Monday, the Chilliwack Chiefs lost to the Prince George Spruce Kings 2-1 in overtime. They trail in the best-of-7 playoff series is tied 2-1. Tommy Lee had no points or penalties. http://bchl.ca/stats/game-summary/8392

    Lee's playoff line is now 3-1-0-1-0.
    His total is 57-19-23-42-42.

    FWIW, the Chilliwack Chiefs will host the Royal Bank Cup this year, so they will be playing in May even if they lose this series or at any subsequent time.
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    Re: RPI Recruit Thread 2017-18 (Part II)

    On Monday, the Surrey Eagles lost to the Langley Rivermen 2-1. They lead the best-of-7 playoff series 2-1. Cory Babichuk is still out. http://bchl.ca/stats/game-summary/8441

    Babichuk's playoff line is now 0-0-0-0-0.
    His total is 27-1-10-11-10.

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     # Name                Ps Team (League)                      Gm- G- A-  P- PM Next Gm
    21 Tristan Ashbrook     C Lincoln Stars (USHL)               43-15- 9- 24- 24 03/09/18
    15 Cory Babichuk       LD Central Illinois Flying Aces (USHL) 8- 0- 2-  2-  2 released
    55                        Surrey Eagles (BCHL)               18- 1- 8-  9-  8 season over
                              playoffs                            0- 0- 0-  0-  0 03/06/18
                              total                              26- 1-10- 11- 10
    24 Shane Bear          LD Massachusetts Minutemen (HEA)       8- 0- 0-  0-  6 left school
     6                        Brooks Bandits (AJHL)              23- 3-10- 13- 14 season over
                              playoffs                            0- 0- 0-  0-  0 03/08/18
                              total                              31- 3-10- 13- 20
     5 Jonathan Bendorf    LW Philadelphia Rebels (NAHL)         12- 4- 2-  6-  2 traded
    22                        Aberdeen Wings (NAHL)              34-13-20- 33-  6 03/09/18
                              total                              46-17-22- 39-  8
    22                        NAHL Selects Red                    2- 2- 0-  2-  0 completed
     6 Nick Bowman         RW Coulee Region Chill (NAHL)         45-22-21- 43- 46 03/09/18
    22                        Team Midwest                        2- 0- 2-  2-  0 completed
    15 Matt Cameron        RW New Jersey Titans (NAHL)           42-17- 8- 25- 18 03/09/18
    16 Mike Cameron        LW Philadelphia Jr. Flyers U16 (T1EHL)23- 8-14- 22-  4 season over
                              T1EHL playoffs                      4- 3- 1-  4-  4 done
                              Philadelphia Jr. Flyers U16 (AYHL) 20-19-21- 40-  2 season over
                              AYHL playoffs                       2- 1- 1-  2-  0 done
                              National U16 qualifier              0- 0- 0-  0-  0 03/09/16
                              Philadelphia Jr. Flyers U16 (HPL)   X- X- X-  X-  X done missing games
                              correction for double counting     -2 -1 -0  -1  -0
                              total                              47-30-37- 67- 10
    91 Danny DiGrande       C Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)        18- 1- 1-  2- 18 traded
    18                        Green Bay Gamblers (USHL)          17- 1- 4-  5- 27 03/07/18
                              total                              35- 2- 5-  7- 45
    23 Zach Dubinsky       LW Lincoln Stars (USHL)               42- 2-10- 12- 20 03/09/18
     2 Brady Ferner        RD Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)       46- 2-13- 15- 14 03/09/18
    13 Gunnarwolfe FontaineLW Lawrence Academy (ISL)             29-16-28- 44-  X
                              playoffs                            3- 3- 3-  6-  0
                              total                              32-19-31- 50-  X season over
    28 Kyle Hallbauer      RD Lone Star Brahmas (NAHL)           46- 7-20- 27- 35 03/09/18
    28                        Team South                          2- 0- 0-  0-  0 completed
    27 Jakub Lacka         RW Central Illinois Flying Aces (USHL)44-15-11- 26- 22 03/09/18
    11 Tommy Lee           RW Chilliwack Chiefs (BCHL)           54-18-23- 41- 42 season over
                              playoffs                            3- 1- 0-  1-  0 03/06/18
                              total                              57-19-23- 42- 42
    16 Reid Leibold         C Washington Little Caps U16 (AYHL)  21-18-14- 32-  4 season over
                              Washington Little Caps U16 (NAPHL) 16-11- 8- 19- 40 season over
                              NAPHL playoffs                      5- 2- 4-  6-  0 done
                              nonleague                           4- 4- 3-  7-  2 03/15/18 missing games
                              total                              45-35-29- 64- 46
    19 Ture Linden          C Lone Star Brahmas (NAHL)           40-12-25- 37- 10 03/09/18
    26 Jacob Modry         LD Wenatchee Wild (BCHL)              58- 0-11- 11- 16 season over
                              playoffs                            2- 0- 1-  1-  0 03/06/18
                              total                              60- 0-12- 12- 16
    31 Owen Savory          G St. Catharines Falcons (GOJHL) 40-30- 8-1-1.99-.936 season over
                              playoffs                        2- 2- 0-0-1.00-.955 03/06/18
                              total                          42-33- 8-1-1.94-.937

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    Re: RPI Recruit Thread 2017-18 (Part II)

    How do you access Heisenberg's list? When I go on his site it takes me to the 2017 list and then prompts me to click on a link which isn't active.

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    Quote Originally Posted by capswon View Post
    How do you access Heisenberg's list? When I go on his site it takes me to the 2017 list and then prompts me to click on a link which isn't active.
    This is the 2018 version https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...2KPI/htmlview# or https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...gid=1310221579 depending upon which format you prefer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralph Baer View Post
    and Jon Bendorf got an honorable mention for Star of the Week in his Division.

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