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    Re: UML Recruiting, Building for 2018 and on

    Wednesday's results:

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    - It took 3 minutes into the 4th OT but Sioux Falls defeated Sioux City 3-2 to win the series 2-0. Andre Lee had a goal and was named the 3rd star. Carl Berglund and Brian Chambers were scoreless. Sioux Falls will meet Waterloo in the next round.
    BCHL
    - The Prince George Spruce Kings are the BCHL Champion as they defeated Vernon 3-1, sweeping the series 4-0. Logan Neaton faced 19 shots in the win.
    CCHL
    - Ottawa defeated Carleton Place 2-1 tonight to take a 2-1 lead in the series. Owen Cole and Jackson Sterrett were scoreless.

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    Logan Neaton finished the BCHL playoffs with a 16-1 record, 94.0% save rate and a 1.46 GAA. Amazing stats.

    I'm hoping people don't see those numbers and expect the same from him at this level when he gets here. That team in front of him is pretty amazing at PG.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UMLFan View Post
    Logan Neaton finished the BCHL playoffs with a 16-1 record, 94.0% save rate and a 1.46 GAA. Amazing stats.

    I'm hoping people don't see those numbers and expect the same from him at this level when he gets here. That team in front of him is pretty amazing at PG.
    It will be interesting to see how Prince George matches up against Brooks.

    As Middle Street mentioned:

    Next up for the Spruce Kings is a date with the AJHL-champion Brooks Bandits in the Doyle Cup. With Brooks hosting this year’s National Junior A Championship, both teams are guaranteed entry into the year-end tournament.
    https://bchl.ca/spruce-kings-win-fir...-fred-page-cup

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    Quote Originally Posted by boblav1 View Post
    It will be interesting to see how Prince George matches up against Brooks.
    Not sure about you, but when I look up how the recruits did over a weekend, I don't usually pay much attention to how their team is doing in the standings. Apparently Brooks went 57-3 in the regular season, and 12-3 in the playoffs. I think that's a good example of how much more competitive the BCHL is compared to the AJHL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Middle Street View Post
    Not sure about you, but when I look up how the recruits did over a weekend, I don't usually pay much attention to how their team is doing in the standings. Apparently Brooks went 57-3 in the regular season, and 12-3 in the playoffs. I think that's a good example of how much more competitive the BCHL is compared to the AJHL.
    Agree. The same can be said for player stats in some of these leagues.

    https://brooksbandits.ca/media-centr...html?nID=15051

    Brooks completed the regular season with a record of 57-3, becoming the first team to ever record 57 wins, 114 points and setting a new league record with a 33-game win streak dating back to November 30th. The Bandits held an undefeated home record of 30-0, including 29-0 at the Centennial Regional Arena, setting another league record in a remarkable season.

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    Thursday's results:

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    - Northeast defeated Johnstown 4-2 to tie their series at 2 games a piece. Clark Kerner is injured and did not play.

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    From the Lowell Sun:

    UML hockey recruits involved in historic game
    The Lowell Sun

    SIOUX FALLS, S.D. -- Three UMass Lowell hockey recruits were part of an historic game Wednesday night.
    Andre Lee, Brian Chambers and Carl Berglund went to bed happy -- and exhausted -- after their Sioux Falls Stampede defeated the Sioux City Musketeers, 3-2, in a four-overtime marathon before 4,295 fans.
    It was the longest United States Hockey League game in the Tier 1 era. The game began at 7:05 p.m. and ended at 12:13 a.m. at the Denny Sanford Premier Center.
    Lee, a forward, tied the game 2-2 in the third period. He was named the game's No. 3 star. Chambers and Berglund, also forwards, did not figure in the scoring.
    Lee, Chambers and Berglund have little time to enjoy their historic victory -- Sioux Falls will play Friday in the Western Conference semifinals at Waterloo.

    The other Western Conference semifinal has Des Moines facing off against Tri-City.
    Another UML recruit, Matthew Brown, is one of the stars for Des Moines. He has three goals and an assist in two playoff wins after a 30-goal regular season. Brown, who led the USHL with seven shorthanded goals in the regular season, has one shorthanded tally in the playoffs.
    -- BARRY SCANLON

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    This might affect some of the bigger name programs out there that consistently are getting commitments from 14/15 year old kids.
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    Friday's results:

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    - Tri City defeated Des Moines 8-3 tonight to take game 1 of their best of 5 game series. Matt Brown had an assist in the loss.
    - Sioux Falls scored with 30 seconds to go in the 1st OT to defeat Waterloo 3-2 to take game 1. Andre Lee assisted on the game winner. Carl Berglund and Brian Chambers went scoreless.
    CCHL
    - Ottawa defeated Carleton Place 2-0 tonight to take a 3-1 lead in the series. Owen Cole and Jackson Sterrett did not score.


    I just notice that Scott Owens is the coach of Sioux Falls. Scott was the head coach at Colorado College when Norm was there (8 yrs).

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    Saturday's results:

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    - Tri City defeated Des Moines 2-0 to take a 2-0 lead in the series. Matt Brown had 6 shots in the game.
    - Waterloo defeated Sioux Falls 6-0 to even the series at a game a piece. Carl Berglund did not play.
    NAHL
    Johnstown eliminated Northeast from the playoffs. Clark Kerner is injured and has not played since 3/17/19.

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    Sunday's results:

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    - Ottawa defeated Carleton Place 4-2 to win the CCHL championship (Bogart Cup). Owen Cole had a goal in the game. Ottawa advances to the Fred Page tournament, which consists of the champions of the MHL and LHJAAAQ and a host team (Amherst - MHL). The tournament begins on May 1st and runs through the 5th.

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    Matt Brown second team had a super season

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    Quote Originally Posted by chiefs11 View Post
    Matt Brown second team had a super season
    https://www.ushl.com/news_article/show/1014807

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    Quote Originally Posted by boblav1 View Post
    19 players listed on the three teams. Of that, 14 are committed but only 5 heading East (one each to BU, UMass Amherst, Lowell and PC in Hockey East, and one to Harvard).

    Of the 5 uncommitted players, it's tough to tell if they're still being recruited or just have no interest in college hockey?
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    Quote Originally Posted by UMLFan View Post
    19 players listed on the three teams. Of that, 14 are committed but only 5 heading East (one each to BU, UMass Amherst, Lowell and PC in Hockey East, and one to Harvard).

    Of the 5 uncommitted players, it's tough to tell if they're still being recruited or just have no interest in college hockey?

    First-Team

    Yakovenko - 75 games in Russia's VHL (second-tier pro-league)

    Second-Team
    Pietriniro - 148 games in the QMJHL
    Maccelli - College Eligible (Interest unknown)

    Third-Team
    Afanasyev - College Eligible (WAS a Michigan State commit - if no longer committed than likely eyeing an OHL, fast-track to professional hockey)
    Schmid - 5 Swiss Pro, 1 WHL games (Maybe eligible, with a penalty)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post

    First-Team

    Yakovenko - 75 games in Russia's VHL (second-tier pro-league)

    Second-Team
    Pietriniro - 148 games in the QMJHL
    Maccelli - College Eligible (Interest unknown)

    Third-Team
    Afanasyev - College Eligible (WAS a Michigan State commit - if no longer committed than likely eyeing an OHL, fast-track to professional hockey)
    Schmid - 5 Swiss Pro, 1 WHL games (Maybe eligible, with a penalty)
    Thanks Dan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post

    First-Team

    Yakovenko - 75 games in Russia's VHL (second-tier pro-league)

    Second-Team
    Pietriniro - 148 games in the QMJHL
    Maccelli - College Eligible (Interest unknown)

    Third-Team
    Afanasyev - College Eligible (WAS a Michigan State commit - if no longer committed than likely eyeing an OHL, fast-track to professional hockey)
    Schmid - 5 Swiss Pro, 1 WHL games (Maybe eligible, with a penalty)
    Thank you!
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    Matt Brown’s season is over as Tri City eliminated Des Moines tonight with a 3 game sweep. Matt had the lone goal for the buccaneers and finished the postseason with 6 points in 5 games.

    Sioux Falls took a 2-1 series lead over Waterloo. Brian Chambers had an assist. Carl Berglund and Andre Lee were scoreless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boblav1 View Post

    Jeff believes he'll wind up at NU, over BU and BC.
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