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Big Papa
06-19-2011, 01:59 PM
Best Player? Best Class?
Drumroll please......

UWisco
06-19-2011, 07:30 PM
I'm not sure best all around but Joseph Labate coming to Wisconsin should be decent.

PenaltyBoxBeast
06-19-2011, 07:38 PM
At Colorado College, we don't have the greatest recruiting class coming in, but they do look solid. The headliner of the group is Peter Stoykewych who is drafted by the new Winnipeg team. For all the fans that have seen the Tigers, you probably remember our lineup being fairly small in height. Most if next years D-core will be well over 6 feet tall.

solovsfett
06-19-2011, 09:22 PM
hobart higgins would tell you Michigan has the best recruiting class. CHRIS! would tell you Boston College has the best frosh class EVAH!

here's my take.

Grimaldi @ UND is the one to keep an eye on as far as national frosh of the year type deal

Rumpel @ Wisconsin in goal

Rau @ the rats may put up 25+ points as a frosh

not sure about the rest of the WCHA

SCSU Euro
06-19-2011, 10:25 PM
The WCHA sucks, their incoming class sucks, and they'd be going down the tubes if MTU wasn't blocking them

MavsFan
06-19-2011, 10:29 PM
Nothing to see here. Move along.

Satanic Husky
06-19-2011, 10:56 PM
Northeastern University's John Gaudreau. Make us proud, kiddo.

pfibiger
06-20-2011, 08:35 AM
Mike Schafer seems to think that Cornell's incoming class is one of the best he's had at Cornell. Joakim Ryan is a highly rated defenseman coming out of the USHL, #1 scoring defenseman on the cup winning team. Brian Ferlin was the #3 scorer in the USHL. Cole Bardreau comes from the USNTDP, Phillippe Hudon is a highly ranked by CSB player coming out of Choate, John McCarron was the #12 scorer in the USHL, Joel Lowry was a top 10 scorer in the BCHL, Jacob MacDonald was #2 in scoring on the Waterloo Blackhawks as a defenseman, Madison Dias has big upside but was injured for part of the year, and Vince Marozzi holds season and career records for shut outs with the Spruce Grove Saints.

turk181
06-20-2011, 11:41 AM
Mike Schafer seems to think that Cornell's incoming class is one of the best he's had at Cornell. Joakim Ryan is a highly rated defenseman coming out of the USHL, #1 scoring defenseman on the cup winning team. Brian Ferlin was the #3 scorer in the USHL. Cole Bardreau comes from the USNTDP, Phillippe Hudon is a highly ranked by CSB player coming out of Choate, John McCarron was the #12 scorer in the USHL, Joel Lowry was a top 10 scorer in the BCHL, Jacob MacDonald was #2 in scoring on the Waterloo Blackhawks as a defenseman, Madison Dias has big upside but was injured for part of the year, and Vince Marozzi holds season and career records for shut outs with the Spruce Grove Saints. Now they'll learn how to "hold & dive"...the Cornell Way

redhawk95
06-20-2011, 11:59 AM
Miami's incoming class is loaded with two potential first round draft picks in Tyler Biggs and Connor Murphy alongside Austin Czarnik, USHL POTY Blake Coleman and USHL First-teamer Jimmy Mullin.

Red Robin
06-20-2011, 12:20 PM
Michigan is loaded with:
1) John Gibson- rated as top goalie in upcoming NHL Draft
2) Zach Hyman- Canadian Junior A player of the Year, Florida Panther Draft Pick, Stud F
3) Alex Guptill- 3rd rounder Dallas 2010 draft
4) Brennan Serville- NHL ranked for upcoming draft, nice size Dman
and more....

Great class.

FlagDUDE08
06-20-2011, 12:32 PM
I'd talk about RPI's recruits, but I'd much rather save this thread from the wrath of Hokydad. :eek:

owslachief
06-20-2011, 12:47 PM
Miami.

Does this question come in two parts?

Chuck Schwartz
06-20-2011, 01:47 PM
Rocco Grimaldi will be the overwhelming favorite to win WCHA Rookie of the Year.

dggoddard
06-20-2011, 02:45 PM
DU's 2011 Recruiting Class
D Scott Mayfield (Youngstown, USHL) - NHL 1st or 2nd round pick
F Zac Larraza (U.S. Under-18) - Possible NHL 3rd round pick
D Joey LaLeggia (Penticton Vees, BCHL)- BCHL Defensive player of the year. Will probably be a 5G, 20A guy. Possible WCHA Freshman of the year if Rocco Grimaldi falters.
D Josiah Didier (Cedar Rapids, USHL) - Likely to be NHL Draft pick. Will be solid from get go.
F Daniel Doremus (Sioux Falls, USHL) - Will be solid from the get go
F Larkin Jacobson (Janesville Jets, NAHL)
D-F Wade Bennett (Wichita Falls, NAHL)
F Matt Tabrum (Omaha, USHL)

Fighting Sioux 23
06-20-2011, 07:16 PM
Rocco Grimaldi will be the overwhelming favorite to win WCHA Rookie of the Year.

While Grimaldi should be a solid player from the start, I'm actually more excited about JT Miller (assuming he winds up in Grand Forks) for the upcoming season. That being said, I do not disagree with Grimaldi being the favorite early on to win the WCHA Rookie of the Year award.

VermontfaninNY
06-20-2011, 07:37 PM
I have heard that UVM has a hell of a freshman class.

Big Papa
06-20-2011, 08:59 PM
the ones to keep an eye on as far as national frosh of the year type deal-----
Grimaldi UND
Hyman UM

SCSU Euro
06-20-2011, 09:26 PM
Mike Schafer seems to think that Cornell's incoming class is one of the best he's had at Cornell. Joakim Ryan is a highly rated defenseman coming out of the USHL, #1 scoring defenseman on the cup winning team. Brian Ferlin was the #3 scorer in the USHL. Cole Bardreau comes from the USNTDP, Phillippe Hudon is a highly ranked by CSB player coming out of Choate, John McCarron was the #12 scorer in the USHL, Joel Lowry was a top 10 scorer in the BCHL, Jacob MacDonald was #2 in scoring on the Waterloo Blackhawks as a defenseman, Madison Dias has big upside but was injured for part of the year, and Vince Marozzi holds season and career records for shut outs with the Spruce Grove Saints.

Yes, by "Who are the best freshman players in the nation" we meant "Please list every single incoming freshamn Cornell has."

Ralph Baer
06-20-2011, 10:37 PM
I'd talk about RPI's recruits, but I'd much rather save this thread from the wrath of Hokydad. :eek:

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