I was formerly a tasty 7-11 beverage. Now I'm a fan of defunct hockey teams.
At the Tier 1, 16U Nationals, Wilmer is the top scorer after four games (11 pts.). 2022 recruit Devin Kaplan is the leading goal scorer with six (3 two-goal games).
Congratulations to @ryangreene91 on his commitment to @TerrierHockey! Ryan becomes the 4th player from this seasonís 15U team, 2nd in two days, to commit to a school. #ESHBA pic.twitter.com/jgbsTpbD5b— South Kent Selects Academy (@SKSAHockey) April 11, 2019
BU has a new commitment, Selects Academy 15U right-shot center Ryan Greene. 6'0", 2003 birthdate. From Newfoundland (a first for BU?). 2nd leading scorer for the Selects with 31-50-81 in 50 games. A year ago, rang up 40 goals in 38 games in Bantam AAA. Played in the 2018 World Selects Invitational (5 points) and for Team Newfoundland in Canada's Winter Games (15 points in 7 games).
BU has a new commitment, Selects Academy 15U right-shot center Ryan Greene. 6'0", 2003 birthdate. From Newfoundland (a first for BU?). 2nd leading scorer for the Selects with 31-50-81 in 50 games. A year ago, rang up 40 goals in 38 games in Bantam AAA. Played in the 2018 World Selects Invitational (5 points) and for Team Newfoundland in Canada's Winter Games (15 points in 7 games).[/QUOTE]
Could be a first- I remember Dave McLeod from PEI around 1960
Always worry about these early commist ending up in the Q
3.75⭐️Nick Roukounakis to BU. 2003 is a thick, power forward. Strong on the wall w/ jam around the cage. Can settle into scoring spots & catch and shoot. Heavy shot that's tough for goalies to read. 10 reports in his profile⬇️— Neutral Zone (@_Neutral_Zone) April 16, 2019
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Always worry about these early commist ending up in the Q[/QUOTE]
Yeah, especially seeing that he plays for Selects, where I believe Josh Lawrence was playing when he committed.
BU Hockey: The trophy case is once again growing
Ethan Phillips, who arrives in Sept., also played 3 1/2 seasons for Selects before joining USHL Sioux Falls.
4⭐️Ryan Greene to BU. Heads up playmaker. Quick to pucks w/frame to protect High compete w/the ability to score. Nifty & quick in space. Late 2003 had high grades at World Selects & Canada Winter Games.— Neutral Zone (@_Neutral_Zone) April 15, 2019
A- in upcoming U15 Nationals 📝
Best hockey awaits
4 assists today for Zegras in Team USA's 6-0 win against defending U18 champ Finland, including this one to set up Hughes.
Draft Dynasty posted a 5-minute 2018-19 highlight reel for Zegras, who is ranked #6 among N. Americans by NHL Central Scouting.
Just prior to the new recruiting rules go into effect, BU has its first 2023 recruit.
Mid Fairfield right-shot forward Ryan Fine becomes the first Ď05 to commit to a NCAA program, choosing Boston University after visiting the campus recently. Highly skilled, will likely be at NTDP down the road.— Jeff Cox (@JeffCoxSports) April 26, 2019
In New England Hockey Journal, Cox also reported:
Fine was the MVP of last summer's Crimson Combine.Fine, from Center Moriches, N.Y., plays for Mid-Fairfield. He spent the 2018-19 season on the bantam minor team, coached by former NHL star Marty St. Louis, whose son Lucas is also on the team.
Fine visited the Boston University campus Friday morning prior to taking part in the Eastern Exposure Hockey All-Star Weekend at the Fidelity Bank Worcester Ice Center.
Fine is certainly one of the top Ď05s in the United States and will be a candidate for the 2021-22 USA Hockey NTDP U-17 team.
USHR: Ryan Fine (Mid-Fairfield) -- "A skilled, smart, natural goal scorer who is unselfish and makes plays. Clever and a pure skater -- he just glides."
Does he still require a babysitter?
I for one, am glad that the new rules are going in.
BU Hockey: The trophy case is once again growing
I know the criticism isn't levied at a kid line Fine more so than the current process. I hope Fine matures and develops into the player he's projected to be, honors his commitment and ends up being a terrific player at BU. But there's so much that can happen between now and 2023.
2022 recruit had 81 points in 50 games for Selects Academy 15U. Also played for Team Newfoundland.
that close should a goalie instinctively extend his stick to take out the 'pass'?
a legend and an out of work bum look a lot alike, daddy.
Huge Congrats to U16 forward Quinn Hutson on his commitment to Boston University. Great kid and family. Unreal work ethic and character. Two way forward who can score at an elite level. Raised the level of our program every day on and off the ice. #avsfamily #strengthinnumbers pic.twitter.com/6iO3XPvmJl— North Jersey Avs (@NJ_Avalanche) May 2, 2019
RW Quinn is the older brother of 2022 recruit defenseman Lane Hutson. Was a frequent linemate of recruits Jeremy Wilmer ('21) and Devin Kaplan ('22) on the North Jersey Avalanche 16U. Expected to arrive on Agganis Way in '21 or '22.
Last edited by Rogie21; 05-03-2019 at 10:07 AM.
Whatís the story with the kid who de committed and is now going to Princeton.
The HockeyWriters.com jumped Robert Mastrosimone from #54 to #32 on its draft board.
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