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    I believe we can agree that these recent events way more than anything we have done on the ice have put our program on the national radar screen (jmo)This is a sign of a program on the way up.I also think in the next few years we will also see some undrafted players get signed to AHL contracts(not ECHL) right out of school Chase being the first.This kind of stuff doesn't go unnoticed by players,parents,advisors and most important NHL scouts.Its one thing to bring recruits to the Red Freak Out, its a whole other thing when you bring them in for a visit and point out 3 or 4 pro scouts sitting in the stands.Our summer of discontent has made some scouts sit up and take notice that I know.
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    Nice thought-I hope it is true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralph Baer View Post
    In an exhibition game on Saturday, the Cornwall Colts lost to the Kingston Voyageurs 4-3. Jacob Laliberté scored a goal and had a roughng penalty. https://pointstreak.com/prostats/boxs...gameid=1347120. Cornwall plays again on Sunday.

    Laliberté's preseason line is now 2-2-0-2-2.
    Actually, Cornwall played two games yesterday (split squad) and none today. The second box score isn't up, but I doubt that even JL would play in both games.

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    Actually, Cornwall played two games yesterday (split squad) and none today. The second box score isn't up, but I doubt that even JL would play in both games.
    Unless he was twins.
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    Unless he was twins.
    It's up and no JL https://pointstreak.com/prostats/boxs...gameid=1347118.

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    With your inside knowledge of RPI hockey and the double negative in the last line, are you implying that we haven't heard the last of NQ?

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    With your inside knowledge of RPI hockey and the double negative in the last line, are you implying that we haven't heard the last of NQ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Cloud View Post
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    Even I have to admit-that is corny (but appropriate)
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    Re: RPI 2011 Recruit Thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralph Baer View Post
    I believe we can agree that these recent events way more than anything we have done on the ice have put our program on the national radar screen (jmo)This is a sign of a program on the way up.I also think in the next few years we will also see some undrafted players get signed to AHL contracts(not ECHL) right out of school Chase being the first.This kind of stuff doesn't go unnoticed by players,parents,advisors and most important NHL scouts.Its one thing to bring recruits to the Red Freak Out, its a whole other thing when you bring them in for a visit and point out 3 or 4 pro scouts sitting in the stands.Our summer of discontent has made some scouts sit up and take notice that I know.
    when I was up at Lake Placid to watch JD'A, I was talking to some scouts about JD'A & Cullen & asked them about Chase. They looked at me like I had 2 heads. One said he had never heard of him. After the game as we were walking out a scout from Washington said to me, " don't let them kid you, every scout knows who Chase Polacek is". So, expect to see plenty of NHL scouts this year at HFH

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    when I was up at Lake Placid to watch JD'A, I was talking to some scouts about JD'A & Cullen & asked them about Chase. They looked at me like I had 2 heads. One said he had never heard of him. After the game as we were walking out a scout from Washington said to me, " don't let them kid you, every scout knows who Chase Polacek is". So, expect to see plenty of NHL scouts this year at HFH
    After Pirri and D'Amigo, I would not be surprised one bit. If they're going to come in consistent quantities to see Chase and maybe even PC or PK, that would help out the recruiting quite a bit. It seems like a great selling angle, and then top it off hopefully with a great year, and we're back on the map.

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    After Pirri and D'Amigo, I would not be surprised one bit. If they're going to come in consistent quantities to see Chase and maybe even PC or PK, that would help out the recruiting quite a bit. It seems like a great selling angle, and then top it off hopefully with a great year, and we're back on the map.
    There is no doubt that Koudys' is on everyone's radar...there will be LOTS of clipboards in the stands to watch him, CP, PC and the others.
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    Re: RPI 2011 Recruit Thread

    I mentioned it "over there" before, but I'll post it here. One of the imports Monty had to juggle was goalie Jackson Teichroeb (6'2 190, hybrid technique) who he took in the 1st round..so we know what he thought of him.

    He had very solid numbers in B'ville last season (20-8-1-3 , 2.26GAA and .917 save %) which he improved upon in the playoffs (14-6-2, 1.95 GAA .933 Sv%). and reports were that he was on fire at DBQ's camp...leading to his solidifying a spot.

    I don't know what Seth's goalie recruiting board looks like, but he no doubt knows about Teichroeb.....should be interesting to see how he fares in the USHL and where he lands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wicked Slappaahs View Post
    I mentioned it "over there" before, but I'll post it here. One of the imports Monty had to juggle was goalie Jackson Teichroeb (6'2 190, hybrid technique) who he took in the 1st round..so we know what he thought of him.

    He had very solid numbers in B'ville last season (20-8-1-3 , 2.26GAA and .917 save %) which he improved upon in the playoffs (14-6-2, 1.95 GAA .933 Sv%). and reports were that he was on fire at DBQ's camp...leading to his solidifying a spot.

    I don't know what Seth's goalie recruiting board looks like, but he no doubt knows about Teichroeb.....should be interesting to see how he fares in the USHL and where he lands.

    https://www.thonline.com/article.cfm?id=283280
    "I really want to go the college route, and Jim is the kind of coach who can help me reach that goal. I can't wait to get down there."
    Is it the point in his development where he would spend 2 years in juniors? Obviously we have York for 2 more years (and I don't think goalies leave for the NHL early often if at all).

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    Is it the point in his development where he would spend 2 years in juniors? Obviously we have York for 2 more years (and I don't think goalies leave for the NHL early often if at all).
    Rick DiPietro. Marc Cheverie. Richard Bachman. Dave LeNeveu. Daren Puppa. Off the top of my head.
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    Is it the point in his development where he would spend 2 years in juniors? Obviously we have York for 2 more years (and I don't think goalies leave for the NHL early often if at all).
    GLM has a better grasp of Columbus' goalie situation...for York obviously a lot will likely depend on his play this season. As we know all too well, if the parent club comes calling with the checkbook, anything goes....

    Teichroeb is a '92...and certainly could play two seasons...I suppose if he lights it up this year, he might get a "come play now" offer from someone.
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    Re: RPI 2011 Recruit Thread

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    Rick DiPietro. Marc Cheverie. Richard Bachman. Dave LeNeveu. Daren Puppa. Off the top of my head.
    OK, I'll go start on my other foot.

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    Re: RPI 2011 Recruit Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Wicked Slappaahs View Post
    GLM has a better grasp of Columbus' goalie situation...for York obviously a lot will likely depend on his play this season. As we know all too well, if the parent club comes calling with the checkbook, anything goes....

    Teichroeb is a '92...and certainly could play two seasons...I suppose if he lights it up this year, he might get a "come play now" offer from someone.
    But supposedly Monty decided to keep Teichroeb over Quinn because Teichroeb will be in Dubuque for more than one year.

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    Re: RPI 2011 Recruit Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Wicked Slappaahs View Post
    GLM has a better grasp of Columbus' goalie situation...for York obviously a lot will likely depend on his play this season. As we know all too well, if the parent club comes calling with the checkbook, anything goes....

    Teichroeb is a '92...and certainly could play two seasons...I suppose if he lights it up this year, he might get a "come play now" offer from someone.
    Columbus just drafted a guy who'll be at UNH this year (Martin Ouellette so he falls in line behind York for college guys. They cleared out the two guys they had in Syracuse in the AHL last year and replaced them with a newer, better prospect in Gustaf Wesslau. His backup? Former Cornell goalie David LeNeveu.

    York is probably second in line prospect-wise for Columbus in goal right now. Wesslau is their new hotness and they've got no reason right now to rush York out of college. If Steve Mason has another sub-par year and Wesslau has an astronomical year in the AHL, things could get shaken up as Mason is in the last year of his contract and set to be a restricted free agent next year. They won't just up and get rid of him, but they could haggle with him and throw Wesslau into the mix especially with backup Mathieu Garon going to free agency next year as well.
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    Re: RPI 2011 Recruit Thread

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    There is no doubt that Koudys' is on everyone's radar...there will be LOTS of clipboards in the stands to watch him, CP, PC and the others.
    Koudys will be a player!

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