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  • mookie1995
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    Originally posted by defkit View Post

    Lots of Seniors on the '95 and '09 teams IIRC. Just saying...
    inshalla

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  • defkit
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    Originally posted by Rogie21 View Post

    Interesting chart. Re BU’s 16-commit pipeline (and hopefully a few more after Aug. 1), the current roster has 10 seniors (6F, 4D) and juniors Commesso and Tuch must be considered flight risks next Spring. BU will be one of the older squads this season and should be one of the youngest in 23-24. Several on Heisenberg’s page are designated as "23 or 24."
    Lots of Seniors on the '95 and '09 teams IIRC. Just saying...

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  • Rogie21
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    Originally posted by hydrant View Post
    Stealing this info from UML thread (thanks boblav1 ). August 1st is when juniors and high school I believe are allowed to commit. Seems some HE schools have more commits than some of big name schools. Really interesting with Mich, Minn, Notre Dame, and Duluth having sub 10 commits. Maybe they are saving" there scholarships for the young National Program kids. Who knows. Just interesting to see how hockey east compares to the rest of the field. Can't see too many kids turning down Michigan and Minnesota...

    Here's the current recruit totals for HE teams on the Heisenberg site for 2023 and beyond.

    22 - ME
    20 - UMA
    20 - PC
    17 - UVM
    16 - BU
    16 - NU
    13 - BC
    13 - UConn
    12 - MC
    10 - UNH
    6 - UML


    Other big name programs:

    Michigan - 8
    Minnesota - 6
    Notre Dame - 8
    Duluth - 6
    NoDak - 13
    DU - 16
    Wisco - 18
    Interesting chart. Re BU’s 16-commit pipeline (and hopefully a few more after Aug. 1), the current roster has 10 seniors (6F, 4D) and juniors Commesso and Tuch must be considered flight risks next Spring. BU will be one of the older squads this season and should be one of the youngest in 23-24. Several on Heisenberg’s page are designated as "23 or 24."

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  • Bomber
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    mookie and JD don't know how to dress. As the Finn's say: There isn't bad weather, just bad clothing. : ) But I'm good. Don't need to do it again.

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  • mookie1995
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    Originally posted by Harry Cleverly View Post

    Good.

    Been there, done that. No reason to do it again.
    As much as I Fenway love for a baseball game, it is a terrible place to watch a hockey game.

    I suppose it would be worth going to a Frozen Fenway if you have never been to one, for the novel experience. But otherwise, no.
    Seats that suck for baseball as worse for hockey. As scarlet mentioned, was so ****ing cold mookie and son stood the whole time jumping up and down. Yuck

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  • hydrant
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    Stealing this info from UML thread (thanks boblav1 ). August 1st is when juniors and high school I believe are allowed to commit. Seems some HE schools have more commits than some of big name schools. Really interesting with Mich, Minn, Notre Dame, and Duluth having sub 10 commits. Maybe they are saving" there scholarships for the young National Program kids. Who knows. Just interesting to see how hockey east compares to the rest of the field. Can't see too many kids turning down Michigan and Minnesota...

    Here's the current recruit totals for HE teams on the Heisenberg site for 2023 and beyond.

    22 - ME
    20 - UMA
    20 - PC
    17 - UVM
    16 - BU
    16 - NU
    13 - BC
    13 - UConn
    12 - MC
    10 - UNH
    6 - UML


    Other big name programs:

    Michigan - 8
    Minnesota - 6
    Notre Dame - 8
    Duluth - 6
    NoDak - 13
    DU - 16
    Wisco - 18

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  • Rogie21
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    Originally posted by buoldtimer View Post
    I caught DQ’s introductory press conference. Someone asked him a question about the Warriors. DQ looked a little surprised.
    Today's press conference. More on the blog
    https://youtu.be/EYIzPyMHMlg

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  • buoldtimer
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    I caught DQ’s introductory press conference. Someone asked him a question about the Warriors. DQ looked a little surprised.

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  • J.D.
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    The first one was one of the COLDEST experiences of my life. Just bitterly cold.

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  • Scarlet
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    That first one was kind of magical. At night, a light snowfall, the two previous national champions. You can't really beat that so why try?

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  • Harry Cleverly
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    Originally posted by Liveatjrl View Post
    Surprised no frozen fenway for BU this year
    Good.

    Been there, done that. No reason to do it again.
    As much as I Fenway love for a baseball game, it is a terrible place to watch a hockey game.

    I suppose it would be worth going to a Frozen Fenway if you have never been to one, for the novel experience. But otherwise, no.

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  • Harry Cleverly
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    Originally posted by Rogie21 View Post

    Agree on Greene, a tall, right-shot center. His NHL draft profile focuses on tenacious defense, speed and playmaking ability. Also strong at the dot. Fun fact: he won 62% of his draws against Logan Cooley. Will need a finisher on his wing.

    Disagree on Stevens, who was best among BU's primary centers on faceoffs (54%) and showed increased offensive results, including a goal off a faceoff that made SC’s Top 10.
    Agree on Stevens. He's a decent all-around player, and a third center on a good team.

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  • Scarlet
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    Have single game seats gone on sale yet?

    And now San Jose’s GM, head coach and head coach of their AHL head coach are Terrier National Champions.

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  • Bomber
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    Grier is hiring Quinn.

    https://sanjosehockeynow.com/san-jos...ach-confirmed/

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  • Rogie21
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    Originally posted by hydrant View Post

    I think Greene will be a center just because I feel that's what BU has lacked the last couple years. Wouldn't be surprised to see Zabaneh and Armstrong be somewhat of odd men out (substitute with Carrabes and Q.Hutson). Last year some games Zabaneh was the extra forward (when there were no injuries) and seemed like odd man out then. Personally, I would rather see Zabaneh than Stevens. Stevens is supposed to be the "defensive center", but I don't think he's good defensively. The king of looks like he's trying but doesn't produce. Clearly, I am not a huge Stevens fan.
    Agree on Greene, a tall, right-shot center. His NHL draft profile focuses on tenacious defense, speed and playmaking ability. Also strong at the dot. Fun fact: he won 62% of his draws against Logan Cooley. Will need a finisher on his wing.

    Disagree on Stevens, who was best among BU's primary centers on faceoffs (54%) and showed increased offensive results, including a goal off a faceoff that made SC’s Top 10.

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