Brandon Pirri: Turk would give it to Jagr. That's awesome! Jagr's untouchable. And he would give it to Jagr.
Does anyone else think that both the men's and women's staff gets off easily by getting the new players to write why they selected RPI instead of writing something about the players like most schools do, and we used to do years ago?
I am also waiting for a player to write that no other D-I school made an offer.
Uh oh! I see that Simon Kjellberg is listed as from Nashville which was where he was born while his father was in the NHL instead of being listed as from Falun, Sweden where he has lived. Does that mean that we won't have a Swedish flag in the HFH?
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Ashbrook - 21
Babichuk - 55
Calvaruso - 30
Dubinsky - 25
Helsen - 5
Herrman - 9
Kjellberg - 4
Klee - 2
Mahshie - 14
I did this based on their number(s) in juniors. If that number wasn't available, I just guessed with something close.
What Jewell gains is a job recruiting and coaching against a better league with better players than the ECAC. If he has any measure of success in either regard, its a career step up. He'll be working not only for Borek, but also with his former boss Bob Emery who 'Mack brought on board as director of hockey ops following 620 + careers wins at the helm at Plattsburgh -5th all time among ALL hockey coaches. (Yes, I understand its not D1, but you can't win that many games without knowing how to recruit AND teach kids the game)
Off the ice, I can tell you that the leadership at Merrimack is passionate and hell bent on growing the school - including athletics. The men's lacrosse team just successfully defended their DII national championship, the women's team won the league title and the school is taking all of their sports to D1. The leadership gets it....the same cannot be said in Troy.
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