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ThomGun
04-25-2018, 01:17 PM
Now that the off-season and end of season interviews are taking place.., any news out there on transfers? Obviously the two public were Niagara and Miami releasing a handful of rostered players.

Any intel on who those players were?

Any more buzz around other schools?

QUAlum2004
04-25-2018, 01:22 PM
I've heard there may be some players not returning to Quinnipiac. I don't have the names yet but that's what I have heard.

MavHockey14
04-25-2018, 01:37 PM
Any goalies that could transfer to Minnesota State a la Conor LaCouvee would be helpful. :)

Ralph Baer
04-25-2018, 01:40 PM
Lots of buzz at RPI that the following aren't returning: Evan Tironese, Jesper Ohrvall, Charlie Manley, Max Reisinger, Kyle St. Denis, Emil Ohvall, Owen Stout, and Jon Richards for one reason or another in addition to Troy York and Gavin Payne who left midseason. Nothing official yet.

NU_Husky
04-25-2018, 01:43 PM
As a graduate transfer, Jake Theut (goaltender) is going from Northeastern to Alabama-Huntsville

hockeyplayer1015
04-25-2018, 03:31 PM
Taggart Corriveau and Jacob Pritchard won't be back at SLU this fall. Uncertain if Pritchard could qualify as a grad transfer.

AKSWF
04-25-2018, 05:45 PM
UAA needs some players that can put the puck in the net, they don't even have to be that good at it.

BC/HE
04-25-2018, 09:31 PM
Here is the Niagara list: Some of the players once held prominent roles, like junior goaltender Guillaume Therien, sophomore forward Derek Brown and junior forward Ryan Kuhn.
Also cut were forwards Sam Fuss, Christian Cakebread and Sam Rennaker, defender Andrew Pizzo and goaltender David Krejcik.
Full report:
http://www.niagara-gazette.com/sports/lammers-cuts-eight-from-niagara-hockey/article_5e7ac4a8-9ec2-5db9-ae62-a1cdcafae811.html

UMICH
04-26-2018, 01:44 AM
As Michigan currently has fifteen recruits coming in the fall the speculation is that there will a sizeable exodus. Most likely in addition to some recruits going the Prep school route for a year. I have no names on who may be leaving as of now.

joecct
04-26-2018, 07:08 AM
As Michigan currently has fifteen recruits coming in the fall the speculation is that there will a sizeable exodus. Most likely in addition to some recruits going the Prep school route for a year. I have no names on who may be leaving as of now.

What needs to change? They got to the FF.

FlagDUDE08
04-26-2018, 10:13 AM
What needs to change? They got to the FF.

Professional contracts?

UMICH
04-27-2018, 04:20 AM
What needs to change? They got to the FF.

The speculation is Coach Pearson didn't exactly gel with some of the older players. To start off the year Michigan was a hot mess, the team was playing all over the place. However in the second half of the season they appeared to buy into what Coach Pearson was trying to get them to do. The theory is that not everyone liked the new style but role-played for the sake of the team. As you can see it worked (Frozen Four) but some of the players aren't happy.

This is just speculation from random people so who knows although a 15 person class is kinda big so it makes sense. There were 5 seniors and 1 graduate student who no longer have eligibility remaining, Cooper Marody already signed his contract so he's gone so that's 7. Quinn Hughes is reportedly going to get drafted by The Red Wings and immediately sign with them so that'd be 8. I personally don't think that Hughes is ready yet but I guess the Wings want him in the AHL. After that I can't see anyone else leaving early, maybe Warren because I receive the impression that he's no thrilled to be there but I don't think he's ready to go pro either.

I casually scanned the commit list and saw that there were 2 or 3 youngin' there so they could potentially be shipped off to Prep school or even the USHL but that class still seems large.

I don't know, I guess we'll find out in September.

UMICH
04-27-2018, 04:26 AM
Professional contracts?

Marody is the only person that has gone pro early as of now. Quinn Hughes is supposed to at the Red Wings request IF they draft him but who knows. I don't think that he's ready yet, even the Wings know that he's not ready for the NHL but they want him in the AHL where he'll supposedly learn more. We'll see but I can't fathom the youngest player in D1 hockey this past season going Pro. Especially because I think that he'll have to change positions. Quinn is too small to be a Defenseman at the next level. Of course maybe that's why the Wings want him to go to Grand Rapids, accelerate the transition?

Berkshire BU Fan
06-16-2018, 06:53 AM
Anything new?