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Ballroomblitz
04-06-2015, 10:20 AM
Another season behind us with mixed results, time to drill down on the plan ahead of us!

Anyone seen any details on schedules for next season?

With eleven (11) seniors departing, who will be stepping up and providing leadership?

Goaltending has been very strong down the stretch with the rookie, grooming/adding a strong second to the tandem has to be a priority in light of recent past injuries.

Defense pairings, what to expect and do we have the pieces in the stable or recruits to be successful.

A great many forwards are departing, who can be expected to step up and take the reins.

With 14 scholarships hockey should improve overall in the conference in the years ahead, is Hurst on a 2 year, 3 year or 4 year plan at this point.

Ballroomblitz
04-20-2015, 09:42 AM
Hey guys, not a bad total for players wishing to continue some Pro hockey prior to putting that degree to work. Congratulations to every single graduating player who played their hearts out over the years, and good luck to those that are continuing their playing days. I look forward to following these fine young men as they test their metal, and pave the path for future Hurst players who will follow in their steps.


Make it eight that have signed professional contracts for the Mercyhurst University men's hockey team.

The East Coast Hockey League's Rapid City Rush made it official late Tuesday afternoon that it has signed forward Kyle Just and he becomes the eighth player from Mercyhurst to continue his playing career in the professional ranks this season. Terms of the contract were not disclosed.

Also signing contracts since the conclusion of the season were:

- Matthew Zay (Springfield Falcons of the American Hockey League) - three games, zero goals, zero assists
- Ryan Misiak (Reading Royals of the East Coast Hockey League) - three games, zero goals, zero assists
- Daniel Bahntge (Gwinnett Gladiators of the East Coast Hockey League) - six games, two goals, three assists, five points
- Tyler Shiplo (Gwinnett Gladiators of the East Coast Hockey League) - six games, one goals, two assists, three points
- Grant Gettinger (Pensacola Ice Flyers of the Southern Professional Hockey League) - five games, zero goals, one assist, one point
- Zac Frischmon (Reading Royals of the East Coast Hockey League) - one game, zero goals, zero assists
- Nardo Nagtzaam (Elmira Jackals of the East Coast Hockey League) - three games, two goals, zero assists, two points
- Kyle Just (Rapid City Rush of the East Coast Hockey League).