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  • Re: 2013 Early Departures

    Originally posted by alnike View Post
    College Hockey's only 2013 NHL first round pick, Mike McCarron who signed with Western Michigan, has now signed with the Montreal Canadiens and will play with London OHL or Hamilton AHL in 2013-14.
    First time that college hockey has been shut out of the first round since 1997....

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    • Re: 2013 Early Departures

      Tough couple days for the Broncos.

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      • Re: 2013 Early Departures

        UNO defenseman Tony Turgeon signs with San Antonio of the AHL after he was an invitee to Florida's development camp last week.
        "If you leave ignorance and stupidity alone, ignorance and stupidity will think it's ok."
        -Gallagher

        R.I.P.
        Grandpa G. ~ Feb 11, 1918-Oct. 6, 1999
        Grandma ~ Jan 2004
        Dad ~ Nov. 4, 1958-April 21, 2008
        Grandpa S. ~ June 21, 1932-November 11, 2013

        SCSU 2015-16 scoring by class through 40 games
        Seniors: 210 points (71G, 139A) from 5 players
        Juniors: 39 points (8G, 31A) from 4 players
        Sophomores: 99 points (49G, 50A) from 5 players
        Freshmen: 129 points (43G, 86A) from 8 players

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        • Re: 2013 Early Departures

          Originally posted by BC/HE View Post
          Not all scholarships are equal either. Some players come in with a 2 or 3 year scholarship with the intention of leaving early or if they do leave early with a 4 year scholarship it opens up another scholarship as well. Schools can thus extend additional scholarships to fulfill the 18 scholarship quota by using this partial scholarship method. This is a luxury afforded the power schools as they can get those top notch recruits who have no intention of sticking it out 4 years by not quite but almost promising them an extension if they do stay while allowing them additional scholarships in the meantime.



          This is where BC has excelled in recent years. For the most part they have kept the stellar players 3 or 4 years instead of 1 or 2 years(are you listening Minnesota?) to maintain cohesion and team chemistry. When you put together top end recruits with stability you get that lethal combination that can win championships. Teamwork wins championships more than talent alone but if you have both you are on solid ground. Another highly overlooked reason for championship teams is the selection of team captains. A great captain can motivate his team for that extra effort necessary to win it all.
          Nick Leddy would have been a senior this year for Minnesota. Instead, he won the Stanley Cup, and signed a $5.4 million contract. Minnesota never expected him to leave after 1 year, but how can I be mad he was a Gopher? If the Wild would not have made it's worst trade ever, Leddy would have played 1 or 2 more years with Minnesota.
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          The reason for the talent in the west? Because MN didn't rely on Canada.

          Originally posted by MN Pond Hockey
          Menards could have sold a lot of rope

          this morning in Grand Forks if North Dakota had trees.

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