wahl me maybe?
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Hockey East Champions: 1987, 1990, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012Originally Posted by shrader
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Not sure if it has been brought up, but this looks like a good pick up for the eagles.
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Way back when this was a possibility I really didn't think it would happen. Pleasantly surprised. BC had a very good team coming back but add in Wahlstrom and you're really in business. And they can afford only 1-2 years of him. Won't derail them like when everyone left at once.
Anyone know? Why did he decomit from Harvard?
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Jeff Cox replied in his Oliver Wahlstrom tweet, that he believes a few BC players from this past season won't be back. My guess is this list includes some of Mike Booth, Zach Walker, Luke McInnis, Michael Karow, Casey Carreau (back to the USHL for a year?), and Mike Merulla. Anyone else have any guesses or thoughts?
Muskegon Lumberjacks ‘98 F Monte Graham, who played prep hockey at Thayer, is now committed to play at Miami. Formerly committed to BC. Had 10-15–25 in 57 GP in USHL this year.— Jeff Cox (@JeffCoxSports) May 23, 2018
Ya, that is definitely not surprising. I wondered about him even before Wahlstrom. Wouldn't have seen the ice.
I don't disagree with what you're saying, just feel like the proof is there that he'll be in the lineup when healthy.
edit - fun fact... BC over two seasons is 12-2-0 combined without a certain defenseman in the lineup.
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