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vizoroo
04-21-2012, 09:58 AM
Coach Gwoz didn't win an award last night, but Miami will be honoring a player with the George Gwozdecky Blue Line Club Award.
http://www.denverpioneers.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=90195&SPID=10862&DB_LANG=C&ATCLID=205416348&DB_OEM_ID=18600

vizoroo
04-21-2012, 04:10 PM
United States of Hockey has a good article on the gold medal winning 2002 U18 team which included Matt Carle.
http://unitedstatesofhockey.com/

Dmann
04-23-2012, 01:21 PM
bump, sigh....

vizoroo
04-23-2012, 05:29 PM
Former Pioneers Still Skating

NHL

Philadelphia Flyers
Matt Carle
Florida Panthers
Coach Kevin Dineen

ECHL
Las Vegas Wranglers
Geoff Paukovich
Alaska Aces
Tyler Ruegsegger
Wranglers-Aces will meet in Conference finals

AHL

St. Johns Ice Caps
Brock Trotter

Toronto Marlies
Joe Colborne

Chicago Wolves
Kevin Doell

Abbotsford Heat
J.P. Testwuide

Manchester Monarchs
Patrick Mullen

San Antonio Rampage
Drew Shore
Keith Seabrook

(Rakhshani and Donovan now off the ice.)

IIHF World Championship beginning May 4
Paul Stastny
Chris Butler

vizoroo
04-23-2012, 05:35 PM
DU recruits Quentin Shore and Will Butcher are wearing gold as the U18s defeated Sweden 7-0 for the World Championship.

Dmann
04-25-2012, 10:40 AM
Bump, huge sigh.......

vizoroo
04-26-2012, 10:33 AM
From Chris Peters' United States of Hockey review of the Forwards at the U18 World Championships.

Quentin Shore — The third Shore brother to play in the World U18 Championship, Quentin lived up to the family name. Brothers Nick and Drew each had quite a bit of success at this tournament, but Quentin kept up. He scored three goals, all of which came from a good distance. Shore has a terrific shot and while foot-speed may be an issue, he has good size and a natural scoring ability. Because of that, he should be a mid-round pick. There is a fair amount of upside to Shore as he should continue to round out his game over the next few years and be an impact player in college. Committed to the University of Denver.

Fighting Sioux 23
04-26-2012, 10:35 AM
It's too bad Drew Shore left early. That would have been a lot of fun having three brothers all on the same team.

du78
04-26-2012, 11:35 AM
Ed Zemrau, Captain of DU's 1958 National Championship Team just passed away at 78. He had quite the life.

http://www.denverpioneers.com/ViewArticle.dbml?ATCLID=205419841&DB_OEM_ID=18600

vizoroo
04-26-2012, 02:30 PM
It's too bad Drew Shore left early. That would have been a lot of fun having three brothers all on the same team.
We were hoping, but...

After the next 2 years, If Quentin stays 4 years and brother #4, Baker, skips a grade there could be another Shore duo in the future.

vizoroo
04-26-2012, 05:37 PM
Ed Zemrau, Captain of DU's 1958 National Championship Team just passed away at 78. He had quite the life.

http://www.denverpioneers.com/ViewArticle.dbml?ATCLID=205419841&DB_OEM_ID=18600

Zemrau had an outstanding career at DU, in Canada and in the international sports world. I hadn't heard of his accomplishments after leading DU to its first NCAA Hockey Championship.

vizoroo
04-26-2012, 06:50 PM
More from Chris Peters' United States of Hockey (http://UnitedStatesofHockey.com). U18 Defensemen--


Will Butcher — The lone under-age player on Team USA’s D corps handled himself very well in the tournament. Despite seeing limited ice in the closer games, Butcher was good when he was out there. A gifted puck-mover and skater, Butcher showed flashes of what’s to come over what should be a bright career. He has good speed and vision and showed sound decision making. He had the benefit of playing with a gifted group, but he never once looked out of place. The valuable experience gained at this tournament should help Butcher step into his official Under-18 season with a lot of confidence. Draft eligible in 2013. Committed to the University of Denver.

vizoroo
04-27-2012, 10:01 AM
Former Pioneers Still Skating
NHL

Philadelphia Flyers
Matt Carle

(It took 7 games. The last with 2 OTs, but Coach Kevin Dineen's Florida Panthers are now off the ice.)

ECHL
Las Vegas Wranglers
Geoff Paukovich
Alaska Aces
Tyler Ruegsegger
Wranglers-Aces will meet in Conference finals

AHL

St. Johns Ice Caps
Brock Trotter

Toronto Marlies
Joe Colborne

Abbotsford Heat
J.P. Testwuide

San Antonio Rampage
Drew Shore
Keith Seabrook

(Mullen and Doell--season over)



IIHF World Championship beginning May 4
Paul Stastny
Chris Butler

vizoroo
04-29-2012, 10:59 AM
Future Pioneers

USHL Playoffs
Green Bay Gamblers
DU Recruits:
Grant Arnold (2012) has scored 3 goals in 4 playoff games including 2 GWG
Dakota Mermis (2012) is 5-22-27 +22 for the regular season

In his 1st year in Green Bay former DU assistant, Coach Derek LaLonde, won the Anderson Cup for Most Points in the League

Indiana Ice
DU Recuit Tyler Pham (2012) went 4-8-12 in the regular season (corrected)

Green Bay meets Indiana in the Eastern Conference Finals

DU Recruit Brad Hawkinson's (2013) OT Goal put the Lincoln Stars in the Western Conference Finals.

NAHL Playoffs
Fairbanks Ice Dogs and DU Recruit Gabe Levin (2012). Levin, 18-72-90 +36, is from Marina Del Rey, Ca. Does this mean he will wear #9 at DU?

BCHL
Penticton Vees won the Doyle Cup (BCHL vs AJHL) Cody DePourcq (2013) will now be playing for the RBC Cup. A rookie in the BCHL, DePourcq was 6-12=18 regular season and is 1-2-3 in the playoffs.

du78
05-01-2012, 01:10 PM
Future Pioneers

USHL Playoffs
Green Bay Gamblers
DU Recruits:
Grant Arnold (2012) has scored 3 goals in 4 playoff games including 2 GWG
Dakota Mermis (2012) is 5-22-27 +22 for the regular season

In his 1st year in Green Bay former DU assistant, Coach Derek LaLonde, won the Anderson Cup for Most Points in the League

Indiana Ice
DU Recuit Tyler Pham (2012) went 17-37-54 in the regular season

Green Bay meets Indiana in the Eastern Conference Finals

DU Recruit Brad Hawkinson's (2013) OT Goal put the Lincoln Stars in the Western Conference Finals.

NAHL Playoffs
Fairbanks Ice Dogs and DU Recruit Gabe Levin (2012). Levin, 18-72-90 +36, is from Marina Del Rey, Ca. Does this mean he will wear #9 at DU?

BCHL
Penticton Vees won the Doyle Cup (BCHL vs AJHL) Cody DePourcq (2013) will now be playing for the RBC Cup. A rookie in the BCHL, DePourcq was 6-12=18 regular season and is 1-2-3 in the playoffs.

Tyler Pham had 4 goals and 8 assists for Indiana this season, those numbers you have were his 2010/11 total for the Colorado Thunderbirds.

Dmann
05-01-2012, 07:55 PM
Tyler Pham had 4 goals and 8 assists for Indiana this season, those numbers you have were his 2010/11 total for the Colorado Thunderbirds.

I liked those other numbers better!! sigh.........

vizoroo
05-03-2012, 10:54 AM
Firstrowseats.tv is covering the AHL playoffs with a live stream. So you can see the likes of Drew Shore, Joe Colborne, Brock Trotter. etc. in playoff action.

BTW, NHL too.

dggoddard
05-03-2012, 11:04 AM
Found out via reader comments & newspaper confirmation that Van Voorhis & Pham will come to DU in 2013.

That means that things might be very interesting on the recruiting front this summer...

DU graduated 5 players [Goal Czar, Dewhurst, Jackson, Lee & Ryder].

3 players left early [D.Shore, Zucker & Bennett]

6 Freshmen are coming in [Mermis, Allen, Zajac, Q.Shore, Arnold & Levin]

Looks to me like DU has two more forwards to bring in. Either they bring in one or two guys from the 2013 recruiting class [Hawkinson and/or Smith] OR they go shopping for late bloomers in Canada, Europe, NAHL, USHL or find someone to change their commitment [a la Wiercioch/LaLeggia]

Pablo
05-03-2012, 12:58 PM
Found out via reader comments & newspaper confirmation that Van Voorhis & Pham will come to DU in 2013.

That means that things might be very interesting on the recruiting front this summer...

DU graduated 5 players [Goal Czar, Dewhurst, Jackson, Lee & Ryder].

3 players left early [D.Shore, Zucker & Bennett]

6 Freshmen are coming in [Mermis, Allen, Zajac, Q.Shore, Arnold & Levin]

Looks to me like DU has two more forwards to bring in. Either they bring in one or two guys from the 2013 recruiting class [Hawkinson and/or Smith] OR they go shopping for late bloomers in Canada, Europe, NAHL, USHL or find someone to change their commitment [a la Wiercioch/LaLeggia]

I like the idea of bringing in a late bloomer or two, if they are available. We need some experienced and bigger players to round out the lineup after all the departures. 5'8" 170 pound 17-18 year olds aren't going to cut it.

vizoroo
05-03-2012, 03:28 PM
Found out via reader comments & newspaper confirmation that Van Voorhis & Pham will come to DU in 2013.

That means that things might be very interesting on the recruiting front this summer...

DU graduated 5 players [Goal Czar, Dewhurst, Jackson, Lee & Ryder].

3 players left early [D.Shore, Zucker & Bennett]

6 Freshmen are coming in [Mermis, Allen, Zajac, Q.Shore, Arnold & Levin]

Looks to me like DU has two more forwards to bring in. Either they bring in one or two guys from the 2013 recruiting class [Hawkinson and/or Smith] OR they go shopping for late bloomers in Canada, Europe, NAHL, USHL or find someone to change their commitment [a la Wiercioch/LaLeggia]
Maybe Jussi has some friends who would like to play for DU.:D