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Max Veronneau Has Elevated His Game

Max Veronneau is very talented undrafted right winger who plays for the Princeton Tigers. Now in his junior season, he’s putting it all together. After a very successful two-goal, three-point game against Yale, he is on NHL scouts’ radar. In his first six games he has five goals and five

Hilary Knight Leads the Quest for Olympic Gold

The Winter Olympics start this February 15th and possibly the biggest story will be the 2017-18 USWNT hockey team who are looking to win their first gold medal since their 1998 victory. Cami Granato led the 1998 team and now Knight is one of the leaders of this team along with

Princeton-Holy Cross Performance Notes

Here are some notes from players who may have been scouted today: Princeton – Ryan Ferland – 6-0, 175 – G – He’s a freshman with a lot of talent. He gave up two goals in the first win of the season. He covers the corners well. His glove his sure-handed

Owen Tippett Has Star Potential

Owen Tippett made his NHL against the Philadelphia Flyers recently. He sat and waited. He watched from the press box before he got to play an NHL regular season game. This was a smart move and the youngster understands why the Florida Panthers did this. “Every game I was watching I

Jesper Bratt Has Been Playing His Game All Along

Sometimes there’s a player who can get drafted, play overseas, and then come over and make a hockey club. Then there’s Jesper Bratt who did that and more by amazingly being added to the Devils roster and now five points later looks like he belongs. Drafted in the sixth round of

Paul Henderson is a Great Hockey Ambassador

Paul Henderson is 74 years young. If you want to talk about the sport of hockey with him he’ll not only oblige but he will exceed your expectations. Most of us recognize his name as the hero of the 1972 Summit Series where Canada beat the Soviet National Team. The

Quinn Hughes is a Generational Talent

Quinn Hughes learned to skate when he was two. Every member of his family played hockey. His father, Jim, spent six years with the Toronto Maple Leafs as the Director of Player Development from 2009-2015. Quinn has the kind of hockey brain that you don’t see every day. A year

Jori Lehtera Needed a Change of Scenery

When the Flyers acquired Jori Lehtera in the Brayden Schenn deal back in June, some of the pundits who cover the team weren’t thrilled. I even read he was overpaid and not that good. I suspect that “hot take” will change. This version of the talented Finn is trimmer and

Flyers 2017 Early Session Training Camp Notes

German Rubstov – In 3-on-3 he really snuck behind the defense to get a goal. He can be physical but he also has a great hockey sense to make plays like that. Mark Friedman – He continues to look fast and strong. He frustrated offensive players by freezing the puck along

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