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Maine Hockey Love it or Leave it
He is the total package and is arguably the highest rated blue line recruit since Heggarty, I believe. So let's hope he fits in better at Maine than he did at UW. I'm expecting he steps into the top pair day one. He should have a stronger impact than any of our recent defensemen as a rookie, though he will be a junior.
Renwick, Osadick, and Gould are trying out for Canada west...
Did any players sign NLIís?
News release from SJHL site describes Renwick as big kid for his age with touch around the net...
According to this interview with Gould... Renwick won't take part in team Canada west tryouts... evidently he is injured and not playing right now...
Nick Capone did well in Salisbury's second game of the year.
Salisbury would score once more in the period for a 3-1 lead, as Nick Capone scored short-handed 1:13 before the second intermission off assists by Bayard Hall and Michael Fairfax.
Salisbury added one more, early in the final period, with Capone chalking up his second goal of the game at 2:05, assisted by Ilya Usau.
2013 National Champions
Some big news...
https://goblackbears.com/news/2018/12/12/mens-ice-hockey-announces-2018-signing-class.aspxSeven players have signed National Letters of Intent, with eight players set to join the University of Maine men's ice hockey team in the future. They are Matthew Thiessen, Harrison Roy, Ben Poisson, Lynden Breen, James Greenway, AJ Drobot, Levi Kleiboer, and Brady Gaudette.
I don't believe it says which one did not sign their NLI in the article.
Means new blood. In favor of it.
Roy traded to Omaha
Langford added to USNTDP U-18 roster
Kawamura added to Omaha (USHL)
Nolan Renwick highlights:
Question is: will he actually show-up.
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