Off to an unexpectedly good start. We have 10 freshman and all play (one even got the OT winner at Cornell). Really good senior leadership. Gadowsky always gets the best from his teams. He is one helluva coach.
Yeah, Im afraid we may not be able to keep him. He could go to almost any program in the country. I thought he might have gone to Ohio St. this past year when that opened up.
Played a great game against Harvard on Friday night. Harvard has lots of talent but not sure coach is getting most from them. Princeton played a much more disciplined game , and score would have been higher except the Harvard goalie was great. .... On Sat, the Princeton goalie let in a couple of soft goals. Dartmouth played hard and the game was pretty even. Overall, Tigers are much better than expected this year
Looks like Yale is class of ECAC, but Princeton has a really good and very young team. Could surprise by year end.
Really took it to Quinnipiac last night. Tigers in the top 20? I think so.
Where have you seen next year's recruits? Can you please direct me? Thanks!.......also, this year's freshman class is playing great. Caloff leads team in scoring, Ford scored OTwinner at Cornell, Ross is super smooth on D., Bonar is a great talent in goal. Another class like this and Gadowsky will have them in rarified air!
Being a die hard college and hockey fan in general I was surfing the net today and came across this interesting tidbit by Hockey's Future on 2011 Princeton Recruit Zach Hyman. Looks like a BIG pick up for the Tigers. Hyman is one of the BIG College Hockey recruits that I look forward to following.
Zachary Hyman, RW, Hamilton Red Wings
Acquired: 5th Round (123rd Overall) in 2010
June 6th, 1992, Ht: 6'2, Wt: 195 lbs.
There is growing belief that Hyman could very well be the biggest steal of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft although it will be awhile before that can be truly determined. Hyman plays for the Hamilton Red Wings of the OJHL, making it impossible to accurately measure him against other players of his draft year. Hyman has scored at a two-and-a-half points per game pace, with 22 goals and 30 assists in 21 games.
Hyman, like the other Panthers prospects drafted in the summer, is a big body. His strong skating and athletic ability, good hockey sense and soft hands give him the tools necessary to take his game to the next level.
Again, because Hyman is playing at a lower tier, itís difficult to get a good read on him and we likely wonít be able to get a better grasp on how good he is until next season when he begins playing at Princeton.
Thanks for posting that spreadsheet..............Looks like Tigers will be strong for the next few years based on that list and this years freshman group.
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Looks like Yale will run away with the ECAC. Princeton, Dartmouth, Clarkson and Union will be in a fight to get to NCAA tournament. Gadowsky seems to have the team playing his brand of hockey ( lots of offense and shots ). Is the goalkeeping good enough? It will be fun to watch.
Maybe a year away with this years freshmen and next years top recruiting class. Should put Tigers at or near the top for a decent spell. This is becoming a top college program.
Sorry for the omission Ralph............. and Union!
Sorry again: meant RPI !!!!!
Tigers are on a roll
Tigers keep beating teams in their way. Bowling Green( CCHA ) didnt put up much of a fight. NCAA here we come!
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