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    2019-20 Schedule on the UML Website.

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    I guess I forgot about a Thanksgiving Tournament. Also, our exhibition game will be the weekend before New Year's, so midseason.

    In HE play, we get the following teams three times: BU (2 home, 1 away), PC (1H, 2A), MC (1H, 2A), UConn (2H, 1A).
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    Today's Lowell Sun has an article on the incoming class of nine.

    https://www.lowellsun.com/sports/ci_...hawks-set-soar

    Future River Hawks set to soar
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    LOWELL — Norm Bazin doesn't have a crystal ball inside his Tsongas Center office.
    He can see the Merrimack River, but not the future.
    Bazin says he'd be lying if he could correctly predict the career paths of the nine players who make up UMass Lowell's incoming hockey class.
    Still, there's reason for major optimism for the class, which consists of one goaltender, two defensemen and six forwards.
    "We're excited. Some develop more quickly than others," coach Bazin said. "It's who can make that next step. We like that we're adding a little skill, a little speed and some size within this class."
    The class features three players from the U.S., three from Canada and three from Europe.
    "We're trying to get the best players from the best leagues we can," Bazin said.
    Three of the recruits helped their team capture the United States Hockey League playoff title. Another guided his team to the Junior A championship game in Canada.
    "I don't care what anybody says, winning is a part of development," Bazin said.

    Here's the class, in alphabetical order.
    CARL BERGLUND —
    HAMMARO, Sweden —
    The 6-foot-2, 195-pound forward left his native Sweden midway through the season to join Sioux Falls of the USHL.
    He scored five goals and 11 assists in 37 regular-season games, including seven points in his final six games as he grew accustomed to play in the U.S. In the playoffs, he added two goals and two assists in 10 games, helping Sioux Falls win the USHL championship.
    Bazin: "A tall, lanky forward who is responsible away from the puck. I think he'll fill a void at center. He came (from another country) and filled a void on a championship team. That's pretty admirable."
    MATTHEW BROWN —
    WOOD RIDGE, N.J. —
    A 5-foot-8, 180-pound forward, Brown led the Des Moines Buccaneers with 57 points in 53 regular-season games, earning USHL second-team all-star honors.
    He was one of the league's top goal scorers with 30 and led the league with seven short-handed goals. In the playoffs, he added another shorthanded goal and tallied six points in five games.
    Bazin: "He's someone who had a terrific season. He's a producer. He's just a hockey player. Smart. Clever. He goes into the hard areas. We're looking forward to having him."
    BRIAN CHAMBERS —
    WEYMOUTH —
    Chambers, a 6-foot-1, 183-pound forward, was another key member of Sioux Falls' championship team.
    In 60 regular-season games, he compiled 17 goals and 24 assists. He scored with 51 seconds left to put the Stampede into the USHL final. Chambers scored three goals and five points in 12 playoff games.
    Bazin: "Brian was a very, very important part of a championship team. He played a good role on the penalty kill. He's a great kid. He's not someone who's going to be into style points, but he gets it done."
    ZACH KAISER —
    ORANGEVILLE, Ont. —
    The 6-foot, 170-pound Kaiser collected 126 points in 154 regular-season games in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. He scored 35 points in 36 games this season for Lloydminster and then Sherwood Park after a trade. He had to overcome two major injuries, including a broken jaw. Still, he produced three goals and an assist in six playoff games.
    Bazin: "He was not shying away. That's a good sign. He's a responsible forward who has produced (points) in the past. He had a very tough year with injuries. He can play in all situations."
    MAREK KORENCIK —
    ZILINA, Slovakia —
    Korencik has represented Slovakia on the international stage three times, including this past winter at the World Junior Championships, where he tallied a goal and two assists in five games.
    The 6-foot-3, 201-pound defenseman played the last three seasons in Sweden. He had six goals and 14 assists in 42 regular-season games for Lulea.
    Bazin: "He's going to be a big, strong puck-moving defenseman. He can jump in and join the offense at times. He's not a kid. He's coming in as a man."
    ANDRE LEE —
    FARJESTADS, Sweden —
    During his first year in the U.S., Lee was an impact player for a Sioux Falls team which won the USHL title.
    The 6-foot-4, 201-pound forward netted 20 goals and 15 assists in 61 regular-season games before elevating his game in the playoffs. He scored a double-overtime goal in Game 2 of the final and finished with 11 points in 12 playoff games, tying him for his team lead.
    Bazin: "Andre is a tall, lanky kid whose best hockey is in front of him. Nothing much surprises me with his guy. He's got all the tools. If he puts it all together, he'll have a chance to play after college."
    LOGAN NEATON —
    BRIGHTON, Mich. —
    Neaton guided the Prince George Spruce Kings to the British Columbia Hockey League championship.
    The 6-foot-3, 190-pound goaltender went 32-8 in the regular season with a 1.92 goals against average. His five shutouts tied for the sixth best mark in league history and his GAA was seventh best in BCHL history. He was even better in the playoffs, leading his team to Canada's National Junior A championship, where they lost to Brooks in the final, 4-3.
    Neaton has played the last two seasons for teams with overwhelming travel schedules.
    Bazin: "It says a ton about his character. You like kids who have been through challenges. He's someone who had a terrific season and he led all goalies in British Columbia in several categories. He has a hockey pedigree from his father (who played defense at the University of Michigan before skating in the NHL)."
    JORDAN SCHULTING —
    PENTICTON, British Columbia —
    The 6-foot, 180-pound defenseman netted three goals and 32 assists in 58 regular-season games for Coquitlam of the BCHL.
    He tied for seventh in assists among BCHL defensemen and his 35 points ranked him 15th among blue liners in the league. His 138 games are the 16th most all-time for Coquitlam players.
    Bazin: "Jordan we hope can bring some offense from the point. He has a good head for the game. I think his puck movement will be excellent."
    BLAKE WELLS —
    BLACKIE, Alberta —
    A 6-foot-2, 190-pound forward, Wells hails from a town so small that it features one stop light, Bazin said.
    In 45 regular-season games with the Okotoks Oilers of the Alberta Junior Hockey League, Wells scored 15 goals and 17 assists. In 11 playoff games, he added three goals and five assists. He suffered a knee injury this past season.
    Bazin: "Tall, lanky kid. Great kid. We're hoping he develops into a power forward. He's someone who we feel can produce. He'll work hard at it. He's going to have to add some girth."

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    For a change, I was spot-on regarding the 9 players coming in this year.
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    NESN Plus is replaying some Hockey East games this week. Right now they are showing the 2015 Championship game. At Noon on Tuesday, they are showing the 2016 Championship game, and Wednesday at 1pm the 2017 Championship game is on. So, if you are home and want something to watch while eating lunch during the next few days, at least one of the games won't give you indigestion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottK View Post
    NESN Plus is replaying some Hockey East games this week. Right now they are showing the 2015 Championship game. At Noon on Tuesday, they are showing the 2016 Championship game, and Wednesday at 1pm the 2017 Championship game is on. So, if you are home and want something to watch while eating lunch during the next few days, at least one of the games won't give you indigestion.
    Tuesday on at 1

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    Ryan Blair will be leaving as Director of Hockey Operations to take an assistant coaching position with the South Carolina Stingrays of the ECHL.

    https://www.stingrayshockey.com/news...ssistant-coach
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottK View Post
    Ryan Blair will be leaving as Director of Hockey Operations to take an assistant coaching position with the South Carolina Stingrays of the ECHL.

    https://www.stingrayshockey.com/news...ssistant-coach
    Wow! Good Luck to him!

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    Quote Originally Posted by leswp1 View Post
    Wow! Good Luck to him!
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    Matt Brown also looks like hes heading to Boston Bruins rookie camp on an invite basis from what I'm hearing

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    Matt Brown also looks like hes heading to Boston Bruins rookie camp on an invite basis from what I'm hearing
    You're correct, he's one of the seven listed in the article. I thought he would get drafted this past weekend, but maybe he was passed over due to his size. I'm glad to see he got a camp invite. I'm looking forward to watching him play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Middle Street View Post
    You're correct, he's one of the seven listed in the article. I thought he would get drafted this past weekend, but maybe he was passed over due to his size. I'm glad to see he got a camp invite. I'm looking forward to watching him play.
    New nhl size doesn’t matter

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    Nice note on Matt Brown (just have to go down to Day 1 observations).
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    Quote Originally Posted by UMLFan View Post
    Nice note on Matt Brown (just have to go down to Day 1 observations).
    Was at day 2 Matt brown looks like real deal

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    A nice article on incoming recruit Logan Neaton.

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    A nice article on incoming recruit Logan Neaton.
    Very cool. Sounds like a high character kid. Wonder if Connor dropped a dime to Norm about him.
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    29 Lowell players made the Hockey East All-Academic team. Only Eric Green didn't.
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