I saw this video of Dawe doing drills...
Must be where he is working out this summer.
I noticed on X hockey website Andrew Sweetland works for them...
I noticed on their Alumni page Teddy Purcell is listed...
I am not sure Morrissey even attended Tri City's tryout camp?
Here is a sound bite from Islanders(QMJHL) coach on Morrissey recruitment(go to 13 minute mark)...
I did notice he played recently in a local tournament...
Also, I saw that UND got a recruit that played 45 games in WHL...
He has to sit for one year and seven games but can practice and travel with the team.
Last edited by BlackI; 07-23-2018 at 01:53 PM.
Junior hockey news rates junior leagues(USHL on top)...
I am mentioning new defensive young commit Guillaume Richard from LHPS M16 league in Quebec... so that he is discussed here when new info on him comes by.
I didn't find a lot of info on him, but Jeff Cox tweeted he is a mobile defensemen and has good skating and positioning.
It looks like he is second highest scorer among defensemen in that league...
His team had by far lowest goals against in their league...
Last edited by BlackI; 08-09-2018 at 08:25 PM.
Maine recruit Nick Capone has been traded from the Central Illinois Flying Aces to the Tri-City Storm (Kearney NE) in the USHL
Looks like Morrissey is coming to Maine and not QMJHL... 😀
Golalie recruit Josh Langford chosen to attend elite USA goaltending camp where he will have a chance to meet former UMaine great goalie Jimmy Howard...
Out of curiosity, how would folks rank our top five forward recruits? It seems like Breen is number one, but who comes after that? I was looking around a bit this weekend and it seems there are a lot of decent ones lined up.
Originally posted by BobbyBrady
Crosby probably wouldn't even be on BC's top two lines next year
However, I tried to break it down a bit and see in an effort to simplify things. I put a ranking based on how I project their contribution level will be at UMaine assuming nobody left early for pros. Disclaimer: this is my opinion after very limited viewings of certain recruits, so take it with the grain of salt.
Power forwards => 1. Capone 2. Bogdanovich
Play maker/scorers right shots=> 1. Morrissey 2. Renwick 3. Farrell 4. Roy 5. Kawamura
Play maker/scorer left shots => 1. Breen 2. Poisson 3. Osadick 4. Needham
Centermen => 1. Drobot 2. Sasson
Kleighboer was traded in USHL...
Did it ever get mentioned here that about a month after he committed to Nebraska-Omaha Ben Meyers decommited? He then committed to Minnesota. Pretty strange to see someone be committed to three different schools in about a six week stretch.
Nolan Renwick interview by Notre Dame(SJHL) broadcast and video coordinator Jamie Nuegebauer. His interviews are great and his videos of highlights are exceptional. I recommend a listen...
Nolan Renwick is an assistant captain for SJHL Notre Dame Hounds. He is committed to NCAA hockey and Maine and isn't pursuing WHL option, explained no communication both ways between him and Swift Current of WHL. Mentions his family stresses importance of education. He mentions he likes having more years to develop as well in case he is a late bloomer. He mentioned he likes Maine because it reminds him of Notre Dame in that it is a small town, nice campus, and supportive student and faculty.
Also in the interview Jamie mentioned he believes Tim Gould is playing for Notre Dame(SJHL) again this season. Hopefully he wears a letter too, but haven't heard anything on that. I am surprised he didn't make a USHL squad, but maybe it was his choice to return to Notre Dame.
And that Brad Morrissey won't be back as he is playing in USHL. I believe it is for Tri City as they drafted him. This is a very big step to go from AAA to USHL. I hope Tri City is committed to letting him adjust if he needs time. It is impressive he is on a USHL squad this season.
Last edited by walrus; 08-20-2018 at 06:17 PM.
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