Yes I am the former member known as Zlax45
and nobody else. good. maybe they will stay a while
(and even at the end they dumped zegras in the "won't be nhl ready for at least two years" crowd)
a legend and an out of work bum look a lot alike, daddy.
Too lazy to dig. Which of your 8 draft picks are coming in this year?
Detroit draft picks Mastrosimone (2nd round) and Ethan Phillips (4th) join Kotkansalo at Red Wings development camp this week. Also at the camp is Filip Zadina, who billetted with Phillips and his family in Halifax while playing in the Q.
BU has a commitment from '99 center Wilmer Skoog, 6'1", 190 from Tyreso, Sweden. Last season had 47 points (18G,29A) in 57 games for NAHL Minot Minatours.
NAHL recruit = hmmm
Assuming it is for this season, I hope this isn't a result of any unexpected developments (not trying to stir the pot here, I know nothing, but this seems like a depth add fairly late in the process). I don't know the roster numbers, maybe we still had a slot to fill?
BU Hockey: The trophy case is once again growing
depth player?-- was not even listed on Heisenbergs site
League is a pretty big notch below USHL but he put up good numbers
2021 recruit Artem Shlaine named to US U-18 Select Team for the 2019 Hlinka-Gretzky Cup tournament. The 6’1”, Moscow born/Florida raised center scored 90 points last season for Shattuck St. Mary’s Midget Prep. USA Hockey Select Team roster
NEHJ Select 17 report:
.4. Artem Shlaine
#10 Navy, Shattuck St. Mary’s, 3/7/02, C, Left Shot, 6-1/165
NCAA Commit: Boston University
Shlaine’s stock has risen tremendously over the past two years, which earned him a commitment to BU. He had a great start to the camp and seemingly was all over the puck in the first three games. He gets to pucks with a good first step and isn’t afraid to go to the greasy areas. He gets a lot of shots and has zip on his release. Shlaine projects as a second or third round pick in next June’s NHL Draft
Last edited by Rogie21; 07-11-2019 at 09:14 AM. Reason: update
Post Flyers development camp, 2020 transfer Jay O'Brien talks about plans for next season.
Youngstown has added Jay O'Brien to their roster. It was thought the 1st-round pick to the Flyers was headed to the BCHL this year after leaving Providence, but maybe he'll be playing in the USHL again in 19-20? Would be huge add for the Phantoms
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