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  • alnike
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    Originally posted by NCAA watcher View Post

    No. Craig Simpson was 16 part of his freshman year until he turned 17 late in the season, February 15th. (Smiley)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Craig_Simpson
    Did Mike Cammalleri play as a 17 yo at Michigan in the late 90's his entire freshman year?

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  • Terrier86
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    Originally posted by hydrant View Post

    Going to have A LOT of freshmen, so definitely some.
    A lot of VERY good freshmen (and sophs).

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  • hydrant
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    Originally posted by Terrier86 View Post
    If we need it, I'm sure the portal will be kind to us in terms of a seasoned goalie (maybe from one of the Ivies). What goalie wouldn't want to play behind what the roster will look like next year?!
    Going to have A LOT of freshmen, so definitely some.

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  • Terrier86
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    If we need it, I'm sure the portal will be kind to us in terms of a seasoned goalie (maybe from one of the Ivies). What goalie wouldn't want to play behind what the roster will look like next year?!

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  • Rogie21
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    Originally posted by OldAlum View Post

    I'm worried about our depth at goal. It's the most critical position on the ice. We might have Drew for another year, will likely have Vinnie for another year, then what? I haven't been impressed by Chambre from what little sample I've seen, and his stats are only mediocre. I think we'll need help at that position.

    I'd asked on the 'Sail the Boats' blog whatever had become of Dylan Silverstein, late of BC. He was the real deal. They have now grabbed Jacob Fowler, so Silverstein isn't likely to return to BC. Who are the other non-committed keepers that are 'out there'? We should be shopping (and maybe we are).
    Chambre missed the first third of the U18 season with an injury and now is part of a 3-man rotation. I watched him in the All-American Prospects gave and thought he played well despite allowing two goals. One was a no-chancer on a defensive breakdown; the second a jam at the net after making the initial save. Made several excellent stops as well. Handles the puck very well. The NTDP home games are streamed without a paywall, so you can judge for yourself.

    BurntBoats provided a corrected roster projection--sans Castro--and it's posted on the blog. He has Aiden Celebrini coming in 2024, but with brother Macklin apparently accelerating, I wouldn't be surprised if Aiden comes in the fall as well.
    Last edited by Rogie21; 01-25-2023, 12:37 PM.

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  • Bomber
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    I think it's 90% likely that Drew is gone after this season. Getting your degree (via summer school classes) in 3-years and going pro seems to be the new model for drafted goalies. And God knows the Blackhawks can use all the help they can get.

    I'm sure that Vinny and the US Under 18 kid is the plan. Coach 'em up!

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  • PullTheGoalie
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    I did see some where that Silverstein had an injury, withdrew from school and returned home. A post on Reddit says that 'rumor is Silverstein suffered a concussion that would limit him until January'. Withdrawing allowed him to preserve his freshman year until next season.

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  • OldAlum
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    Originally posted by defkit View Post

    I believe I saw when he tweeted it that he had neglected to remove Castro. So I think he is still "off".
    I'm worried about our depth at goal. It's the most critical position on the ice. We might have Drew for another year, will likely have Vinnie for another year, then what? I haven't been impressed by Chambre from what little sample I've seen, and his stats are only mediocre. I think we'll need help at that position.

    I'd asked on the 'Sail the Boats' blog whatever had become of Dylan Silverstein, late of BC. He was the real deal. They have now grabbed Jacob Fowler, so Silverstein isn't likely to return to BC. Who are the other non-committed keepers that are 'out there'? We should be shopping (and maybe we are).

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  • Rogie21
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    Originally posted by Harry Cleverly View Post
    Goalie Anton Castro is back on the list for next season on the Terrier Hockey Blogspot's projected future rosters grid. So is he back on, or off?
    He is no longer committed. Thanks for noticing the mistake. The roster projections are done periodically and tweeted by BU fan @BurntBoats. He neglected to remove Castro when updating to add defensemen Hunter Hady and Tom Willander. I've added a note to today's blogpost pointing out the error.





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  • defkit
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    Originally posted by Harry Cleverly View Post
    Goalie Anton Castro is back on the list for next season on the Terrier Hockey Blogspot's projected future rosters grid. So is he back on, or off?
    I believe I saw when he tweeted it that he had neglected to remove Castro. So I think he is still "off".

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  • Harry Cleverly
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    Goalie Anton Castro is back on the list for next season on the Terrier Hockey Blogspot's projected future rosters grid. So is he back on, or off?

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  • mookie1995
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    Originally posted by smyler3 View Post

    Yowza. Seems like it worked out ok for him.
    worked out ok for the pens too, as they traded simpson along with others to edm for coffey, which helped bring their first cup that season. (then coffey wasn't wanted by scotty bowman next season and was traded in a three team deal that brought tochett, kjell (ulfie's favorite brother) samuelsson, and kenny wregget to win back to back).

    ..... all thanks to craig simpson ;-)

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  • smyler3
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    Originally posted by NCAA watcher View Post

    No. Craig Simpson was 16 part of his freshman year until he turned 17 late in the season, February 15th. (Smiley)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Craig_Simpson
    Yowza. Seems like it worked out ok for him.

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  • NCAA watcher
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    Originally posted by smyler3 View Post

    Has there ever been a player who was only 17 for his whole freshman year?
    No. Craig Simpson was 16 part of his freshman year until he turned 17 late in the season, February 15th. (Smiley)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Craig_Simpson

    Simpson played collegiate hockey for the Michigan State Spartans of the NCAA from 1983–84 to 1984–85.[citation needed] Simpson skipped the third grade, then took his grade 11 and 12 course load simultaneously allowing him to start college at age 16.[2] became the first 16-year old to play Varsity hockey in the United States [3] and actually led the team in scoring as a freshman.

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  • smyler3
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    Originally posted by Rogie21 View Post
    Colby Cohen tweeting that Macklin Celebrini a potential #1 overall for the 2024 draft "is set to arrive at BU next season." With 17-19-36 for Chicago Steel, he leads the USHL in points/game with 1.57.

    https://twitter.com/ColbyCohen36/sta...lCCeGNR5ho_Giw
    Has there ever been a player who was only 17 for his whole freshman year?

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