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turk181
03-15-2012, 07:06 PM
SLU has had 3 seniors sign ECHL deals that I can find on echl's site. Mark Armstrong (F) to Trenton, Pete Child (D) to Wheeling, and Jake Drewiske (F) to Gwinnett. I thought I saw on twitter that Robby Moss (G) had gone to play for Las Vegas, but I can't find anything to confirm that. here ya go regarding Moss....http://www.echl.com/echl-transactions-march-15-p176616

LTsatch
03-16-2012, 09:37 AM
Scott Zurevinski, a senior at Quinnipiac, will sign a contract with St. Johnís (Newfoundland), the American Hockey League affiliate of the Winnipeg Jets

beaverhockeyfan
03-16-2012, 11:32 AM
Former Beaver Shea Walters as he has signed with the South Carolina Stingrays of the ECHL.

http://www.bsubeavers.com/news/default/142/5686/#.T2Nb0_lpsZ0.facebook

beaverhockeyfan
03-16-2012, 03:30 PM
Former Beaver Jamie MacQueen has inked a contract with the Lake Erie Monsters of the AHL.

http://www.bsubeavers.com/news/default/142/5688/

4four4
03-17-2012, 12:34 AM
Jason Zucker is down to a maximum 5 games left until he signs his contract. Personally, I hope it is two games the Wild could really use him healthy for next year.

duper
03-17-2012, 12:37 AM
Jason Zucker is down to a maximum 5 games left until he signs his contract. Personally, I hope it is two games the Houston Aeros could really use him healthy for next year.Nevertheless, I hope he plays five more. I will say, I don't have much hope of another season in Denver.

4four4
03-17-2012, 12:38 AM
Nevertheless, I hope he plays five more. I will say, I don't have much hope of another season in Denver.

I keep hearing around town the kid will sign a contract with the Wild, the question will be does he play in Houston this year or wait until training camp to see how he does.

duper
03-17-2012, 12:44 AM
I keep hearing around town the kid will sign a contract with the Wild, the question will be does he play in Houston this year or wait until training camp to see how he does.My honest guess is that he signs a contract the day after DU's last game, unless they win the NC, in which case he waits three or four days until he gets over his hangover. I suspect he finishes out the season with the Wild, because they suck, so why not give him an immediate chance. Then next year he goes to Wild camp, and probably gets cut and plays for Houston.

Edit: As much talk as there has been of Zucker going pro, in the time I have been following DU with more than a passing interest (since about 2000) I can only think of 2 guys who jumped straight from DU to the NHL and stuck. One scored a goal in his first NHL game, a few days after winning the Hobey Baker (or was it a few days before, I can't remember) and the other, well, we all (most of us DU fans anyway) thought he jumped too early, and were quite surprised that he not only stuck, but could have made a run at the Calder Trophy if it weren't for Malkin. The point of this is that DU doesn't have much of a track record for putting guys into the NHL straight away, and I don't think Zucker is the best forward on the team.

MichPieGuy
03-17-2012, 10:11 AM
My honest guess is that he signs a contract the day after DU's last game, unless they win the NC, in which case he waits three or four days until he gets over his hangover. I suspect he finishes out the season with the Wild, because they suck, so why not give him an immediate chance. Then next year he goes to Wild camp, and probably gets cut and plays for Houston.

Edit: As much talk as there has been of Zucker going pro, in the time I have been following DU with more than a passing interest (since about 2000) I can only think of 2 guys who jumped straight from DU to the NHL and stuck. One scored a goal in his first NHL game, a few days after winning the Hobey Baker (or was it a few days before, I can't remember) and the other, well, we all (most of us DU fans anyway) thought he jumped too early, and were quite surprised that he not only stuck, but could have made a run at the Calder Trophy if it weren't for Malkin. The point of this is that DU doesn't have much of a track record for putting guys into the NHL straight away, and I don't think Zucker is the best forward on the team.


I hope that if Zucker decides to head for Minny (hopefully not for a couple weeks), that he has more of a Stastny career and doesn't become the next Dwight Mathiesen. (Reaching back into my sordid past for a big bonus baby that died a fast death in the pros.) Whatever that outcome, let's finish the quest on top of the mountain (BOTH mountains???) this season.

ronmexico
03-18-2012, 01:00 AM
Hate to see him go. :(

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4four4
03-18-2012, 01:03 AM
Anybody know if Jason Zucker has signed a contract with the Wild in Regents hospital tonight?

LTsatch
03-18-2012, 01:20 AM
Bobby Farnham and Clemente of Brown signed PTO's with the Providence Bruins !

Clemente is now with Springfield of the AHA and doing very well.

ronmexico
03-18-2012, 01:30 AM
Anybody know if Jason Zucker has signed a contract with the Wild in Regents hospital tonight?

Not funny. Is your gender correction surgery still scheduled for next week? :mad:

hockeyplayer1015
03-19-2012, 11:52 AM
Austin Smith could sign with the Dallas Stars as soon as today.

4four4
03-19-2012, 01:16 PM
Anybody know if Jason Zucker has signed a contract with the Wild in Regents hospital tonight?

He told the Wild please get me out of here ASAP. I don't want to back to Denver.

BigBoy86
03-19-2012, 02:01 PM
Anyone have any idea/guess where Doug Jones from Dartmouth will end up? Any rumors out there? Thanks in advance..

alnike
03-19-2012, 03:03 PM
UNO has lost a top forward as Jr. Terry Broadhurst signs a free agent deal with Chicago.

http://blackhawks.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=622987

duper
03-19-2012, 05:40 PM
He told the Wild please get me out of here ASAP. I don't want to back to Denver.So I'm curious. Do you believe that Zucker will make the Wild a playoff team next year? If so, would you like to buy this bridge I own in California? I'll sell it to you cheap. It's bright red, real purty. Or are you just trying to get a rise out of Denver people? If so, do you feel that you're somehow succeeding? My impression of you is that you're the world's worst troll. But I admit, I could be wrong. You might just be an idiot.

4four4
03-19-2012, 05:52 PM
So I'm curious. Do you believe that Zucker will make the Wild a playoff team next year? If so, would you like to buy this bridge I own in California? I'll sell it to you cheap. It's bright red, real purty. Or are you just trying to get a rise out of Denver people? If so, do you feel that you're somehow succeeding? My impression of you is that you're the world's worst troll. But I admit, I could be wrong. You might just be an idiot.

With Zucker and other young players the Wild have in their farm system I fully expect two or three of them to make the roster and get them into the playoffs. If everybody stays healthy they will be close to getting a 7th or 8th seed. In a nut shell after reading your post I believe Zucker is more talented than you do. It is sad you don't think so.

Almington
03-19-2012, 05:59 PM
With Zucker and other young players the Wild have in their farm system I fully expect two or three of them to make the roster and get them into the playoffs. If everybody stays healthy they will be close to getting a 7th or 8th seed. In a nut shell after reading your post I believe Zucker is more talented than you do. It is sad you don't think so.

If the Wild had been a bit less injury prone, they may have been a 7th or 8th seed this year. Zucker is but one piece of the talent puzzle for the Wild going forward: they need more top end talent and more depth of talent in the system.

I have no idea on Zucker's desire level to leave DU but I can't see him (or any player) wanting to leave so badly that they'd sign right before the NCAA tournament and bail on their teammates.