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  • Yale Hockey Off Season Thread

    Current recruits, who is coming in? Names in bold are listed on Heisenberg as next years new arrivals. Interesting factoid, one is coach Allains son.

    Connor Sullivan-RD 1-31-20
    Ian Carpenter-C 10-24-19
    Bayard Hall-RD 10-10-19 2021
    Nate Reid-G 08-21-19
    Will Dineen-LW 07-22-19 2022
    Cody Schiavon-RD 06-18-19
    Seiya Tanaka-Campbell-F 04-04-19 2022
    Jojo Tanaka-Campbell-F 04-04-19 2021
    Nik Allain-RC 01-28-19
    Ryan Conroy-LD 01-14-19
    Reilly Connors-RW 10-17-18
    Philip Tresca-F 09-27-18 2021
    Henry Wagner-LW 08-06-18 2021
    Jason Marsella-LD 10-25-17 2021
    Kalen Szeto-C 10-25-17 2021
    Briggs Gammill-RW 08-31-17
    Ryan Stevens-LW 05-10-17
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    NH Register reports Ryan Donald is done as Assistant Coach. Taking some sort of position in the BCHL. Although Yale will be dealing with Donald's recruits for the foreseeable future, I believe this may be a good thing moving forward, as long as Yale hires an experienced and respected coach and recruiter. IMO, they should not promote any of the current assistants to Donald's position. It will interesting to see how the AD affects this situation. FWIW, change was needed, especially in recruiting.
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    • #3
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      Good news for Donald. Multiple sources stating this morning that Yale assistant coach Ryan Donald is leaving the Bulldogs to become head coach of Cranbrook, an expansion team in BCHL. A 2010 Yale alum, Donald has been assistant at his alma mater since 2016.
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      • #4
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        Interesting article about Luke Stevens and how his season ended abruptly. The article also confirms that Luke's brother Ryan will be coming to Yale next season. https://www.patriotledger.com/sports...NyotI_2lbhAW0Y
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          According to sources, Yale has instituted an indefinite hiring freeze due to Covid-19. The Asst. Coach hire included.
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            AD Chun stated in a social media interview that video boards are being considered for Ingalls Rink. The Q&A with Chun was quite the softball fest. She supported her reasoning for removing the iconic Yale bulldog from all uniforms because the new Yale "Y" logo is more in keeping with Yale tradition. What a joke. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2HQxr99AmI
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            • #7
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              Yale announces seven incoming recruits. https://yalebulldogs.com/news/2020/6...newcomers.aspx
              Numbers to the right, stats from last team GP G A PTS PIM
              Henry Wagner -LW Drayton Valley Thunder ----41 9 7 16 2
              Ian Carpentier-C 10-24-19 Boston Jr Bruins---- 44 24 31 55 50
              Nik Allain-RC 01-28-19 Boston Jr Bruins---- 47 10 17 27 34
              Ryan Conroy-LD 01-14-19 Fort McMurray Oil Barons (C)---- 57 7 30 37 143
              Reilly Connors-RW 10-17-18 AJHL---- 53 10 12 16 49
              Ryan Stevens-LW 05-10-17 South Shore Kings---- 7 0 1 1 0
              Nathan Reid-G 08-21-19 Sioux Falls Stampede GP- 10 GAA 3.54 SV% .889
              Last edited by LTsatch; 06-07-2020, 01:40 AM.
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              • #8
                Many sources stating Yale has hired Sacred Hearts Paul Kirtland as the new Assistant coach. Nothing official from the University yet. https://www.hockeyjournal.com/colleg...sistant-coach/
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                • #9
                  Not sure what the Ivy League's decision to cancel fall sports means for hockey and basketball which are technically winter sports that start in the fall. There won't be any November games or practices, I would think.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by bulldog10jw View Post
                    Not sure what the Ivy League's decision to cancel fall sports means for hockey and basketball which are technically winter sports that start in the fall. There won't be any November games or practices, I would think.
                    It sounds as if no Ivy League sports are happening until at least Jan 2021... I wouldn't be surprised to see many other schools and conferences start to follow suit.

                    Perhaps it ends up being an abbreviated season starting in January assuming things have smoothed out by then..

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by LTsatch View Post
                      Many sources stating Yale has hired Sacred Hearts Paul Kirtland as the new Assistant coach. Nothing official from the University yet. https://www.hockeyjournal.com/colleg...sistant-coach/
                      Hiring now official. Also Wayne Dean retired down this week. https://yalebulldogs.com/news/2020/7...ant-coach.aspx
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                      • #13
                        R.I.P Chip Malafronte

                        Sportswriter for the NH Register who covered Yale and QU hockey and Yale LAX in addition to other sports and columns passed away at age 48 of cancer. He also co-authored a book in 2013 called "Hockey Haven" about the Yale and Quinnipiac hockey programs that met in that years NCAA Championship game.

                        https://www.nhregister.com/sports/ar...p-15482493.php

                        Chip Malafronte, a longtime sportswriter and columnist for Hearst Connecticut Media Group’s New Haven Register, died Wednesday after a long and courageous battle with cancer, his family said.

                        Malafronte, 48, worked in several capacities at the Register, where he started in 1996.

                        Chip covered many beats during his time with the Register, including high school sports, the New Haven Ravens, Minor League baseball, UConn football, Yale football and college hockey.

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                        • #14
                          A fine tribute to Chip Malafronte from the New Haven Register. I was sorry to hear of his passing, he did a nice job documenting the resurgence of Division 1 hockey in CT and was a great supporter of all of the CT programs. https://digital.olivesoftware.com/Ol...iDFqRNg-BNG58c
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