Matty Beniers hasn’t been hiding. He hasn’t come out of nowhere. Nobody is surprised to see him performing at a high level. He’s had an interesting path this season, and through it all, the talented center has continued to see his draft stock rise.
Beniers has a great cutting motion in
Cam York has been a player I’ve followed for years now. I watched him grow up in the NTDP, seeing him in various games and tournaments over the years, and now he’s inching closer to turning pro.
York was a player who greatly benefitted from Flyers Rookie Camp, you remember, back
Dylan Holloway starred in the AJHL for the Okotoks Oilers. In his last season where he had 40 goals and 88 points in 53 games. After that, he was off to the University of Wisconsin.
Don’t get caught up in his offensive numbers (17 pts in 35 GP) or lack thereof.
Brennan Tyznar is a 6-2, left-handed pitcher who currently plays for Randolph-Macon College in Virginia. He had his season cut short. No player is ever fully prepared for that and honestly, unless you’ve played for a team that you put your heart and soul into, it’s hard to understand what
Sports Media Icon Bob Ley to Broadcast Seton Hall Basketball Game on WSOU-FM - Again
ESPN host and Seton Hall radio alum to be honored at the start of St.John's game at Prudential Center in Newark, NJ and then provide color commentary on student-run radio station broadcast.
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. - An
I saw some great things on the ice from some players on both sides.
photo by Nina Weiss
Ryle Tufte – Dallas draft pick – 6-6, 230 – LW – Early on he looked a bit slow. Not fully engaged and his passing was off. As the game rolled on, 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
Here are some player notes from players who don’t get a lot of press.
Christian O’Neill– 5-11, 175 – LW - Freshman –He’s strong around the net. On the second line. He moves the puck up quickly into the offensive zone up the wall. He has good communication with his teammates
After an 11th shoulder surgery prematurely ended his NHL playing career in 2003, Surrey, BC native Bill Muckalt turned to coaching. Mel Pearson who recruited Muckalt to play Michigan asked the 1998 Hobey Baker nominee to join his staff at Michigan Tech.
After a four-year run, Muckalt took over as coach
Here's a look at the Harvard players:
18 – Adam Fox – 5-10, 185 - D - Calgary – Sharp passes to get the offense started. Good play against the wall to keep pucks in that were meant to be cleared. He plays on the PK. Has an active stick on