On another road trip so here are some players to watch so far:
1) John Leonard – Sharks 6th round –UMass - He was playing second-line right wing. He’s 21, into his third season at UMass and hat a hat trick to give him 20 goals. It’s a career year but
Todd Burgess – 6-2, 175 – RW – The senior looked fantastic. He’s faster, has excellent stick and puck control and made a beautiful pass to set up a bang-bang goal around the net. He is a clutch point-producer. I would think the Ottawa Senators would want to sign him.
Moritz Seider – The first thing you notice is the safe clears. He showed very good defensive awareness. Fast puck retrieval. No clears up the middle. Good at the point on the power play. He had an assist on the power play. You have to love that at 18, he
Princeton got a rare win over Harvard, first since 2013 but this will focus mainly on Harvard.
Jack Badini – C – 6-0 - 203 – He’s improving since his USHL days. The Ducks have a player here. His face-offs were solid. He was using his body in the defensive zone
Princeton was down 4-1 and came back to tie it up 4-4. The game ended in that tie so here’s what I saw:
Max Veronneau – 6-0, 180 – RW – His first goal of the game was pretty. He had to settle down a puck with a guy pushing on
BALA CYNWYD, PA – November 2018 – West Laurel Hill Cemetery, in partnership with the Hobey Baker Memorial Award Foundation, is pleased to commemorate the legendary hockey player Hobart (Hobey) Baker upon the 100thanniversary of his passing. Historic West Laurel Hill Cemetery, the final resting place of Hobey Baker, will
Princeton - - In a thrilling three-game series at Baker Rink, here are some players I really liked.
Eric Robinson – Junior – 6-2, 200 – LW – He skates well and enters the zone quickly. Sometimes to fire off a hard wrist shot and other times looking to make