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  • mookie1995
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    michigan

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  • vizoroo
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    Originally posted by du78 View Post
    For DU keep your eyes on the following 5 frosh

    F Beau Bennett (1st Round 2010 NHL Draft)
    F Jason Zucker (2nd Round 2010 NHL Draft)
    G Sam Brittain (4th Round 2010 NHL Draft)
    F Nick Shore (Draft eligible in 2011)
    D David Makowski (2009/10 USHL Defensman of the Year)

    Good chance all 5 will get lots of playing time as freshman with DU's losses to graduation and early pro signings.
    du78 is certainly correct about the top 5 Freshmen for DU. But I also like the grit and work ethic of Dan Olszewski.

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  • Twisted Wrister
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    all look good

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  • uaafanblog
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    For UAA I'd list 3 rookie players with resumes' that say they should do well ...

    Defenseman Wes McLeod who had 18g-62a in 153 games with Prince George in the BCHL ... was also named to the six player all-tournament World Jr. A Challenge team from his silver medal Canada West squad. Forward Matt Bailey was a Canada West U-17 and played one year in the MJHL followed by 2 years in the USHL with Tri-City and Sioux Falls scoring 27g-47a in those two seasons. Brett Cameron (All-Rookie and All-Star) from the AJHL's Spruce Grove Saints with 55g-82a in 144 games.

    There's a couple of other potential gems in our 10 strong freshman class.

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  • ShootSnipeScore
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    For Ferris State Defensemen Scott Czarnowczan should be a good addition played last year with Green Bay of the ushl put up solid number as well with 2 goals and 18 assists while being plus 21. Up front Corey Kane looks to be a solid forward played last year in the Bchl with vernon and put up 24 goals and had 41 assists.

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  • Summerzzzoff
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    My money is on Jaden Schwartz - CC Tiger

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  • Slasher7
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    Originally posted by siouxinminny View Post
    Rusty Orr, 14 years old, Parry Sound. He will commit in a year or two so not really a freshman. Uncle Robert was a decent player - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1fMcTq8Esk.
    Bobby Orr is a proponent of Major Juniors, so I doubt this kid will see the NCAA if he's any good.

    ps- Rusty Orr? Nice name.

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  • Hokydad
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    no, cant say that I did...

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  • Back check
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    Originally posted by Hokydad View Post
    i guess you mean his little brother kevin
    Hokydad - did you see any of the UAH recruits last season?

    Geoffrion, Groh, and Gatt played in NAHL...Groh also played a bit in USHL.

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  • J.D.
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    that name just doesn't sound right

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  • siouxinminny
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    Rusty Orr, 14 years old, Parry Sound. He will commit in a year or two so not really a freshman. Uncle Robert was a decent player - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1fMcTq8Esk.

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  • Huskiefan906
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    For Tech, Ryan Furne and Dennis Rix highlight the forwards.
    Daniel Sova on D is expected to be a big contributor.

    Also, Daniel Holmberg is an import from Sweden with size and skill.

    The hope is these guys fit right in and give Tech some badly needed depth.

    Looking forward to seeing how the Tech team meshes.

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  • SteveF
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    no.

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  • Hokydad
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    i guess you mean his little brother kevin

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  • SteveF
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    jimmy hayes

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