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  • Tri Cities wins the USHL Clark Cup with a 4-1 win to cap a 3-0 sweep of Dubuque.
    Jake Kielly stops 28 of 29 shots and completes the Clark Cup Playoffs with a .950 save %.


    The final stats for the 2016 recruits.

    XX/YY XX= Regular Season YY = Playoffs
    ** Season is Complete
    Drew Worrad ** RC 2016 or 2017 Oakville OJHL 6' 00 173 6-30-97 49/13 22/7 27/6 49/13
    Jordan Schneider** LD 2016 Langley BCHL 6' 05 212 2/5/95 57/5 3/0 18/1 21/1
    Nico Sturm** LW 2016 Tri City USHL 6' 03 195 5/03/95 57/5 14/3 25/3 39/6
    Sheldon Rempal** RC 2016 Nanaimo (BCHL) 5'10 170 8/7/95 56/14 59/9 51/14 110/23
    Devin Brosseau** LC 2016 Nanaimo (BCHL) 6'2 185 7/4/95 56/14 27/5 57/8 84/13
    Mitch Meek** RD 2016 Cowichan Valley (BCHL) 5'11 190 8/21/96 48/4 5/0 26/2 31/2
    Dakota Ford** LD 2016 New Jersey (NAHL) 6' 2" 185 4/29/95 44/3 2/0 11/0 13/0
    Greg Moro** RD 2016 Lloydminster (AJHL) 6' 5" 205 10/01/95 23/10 0/3 9/3 9/6
    Haralds Egle** RW 2016 Madison/Chicago (USHL) 5' 11" 188 11/05/96 52 7 31 38
    Jake Kielly** G 2016 Tri City USHL 6' 3 195 9/10/1996 37/2135//11/657 1020/83//358/18 2.33//1.64 .919//.950
    The womens recruits.

    Ella Shelton ** D 2016 London (PWHL) 5' 8 150 1/19/98 34/7 11/1 16/3 27/4
    Michaela Pejzlova ** F 2016 Stanstead Coll/Czech U18 5' 6" 132 6/04/97 55 51 53 104
    Taylor Turnquist ** F/D 2016 Spring Lake Park, Minn 5' 5" 135 8/4/97 25/2 37/2 31/0 68/2
    Jenna Brenneman ** G 2016 Breck HS Minnesota 22/692//2/104 317/12//44/5 0.88/2.44 .962/.886
    Vicb

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    • Vic,

      Did Kielly progress that much this year in the USHL or was he hurt early in the year? It certainly looks like we have our #1 for next year.

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      • Originally posted by FireKnight View Post
        Vic,

        Did Kielly progress that much this year in the USHL or was he hurt early in the year? It certainly looks like we have our #1 for next year.

        I have no idea. He certainly came on strong by the end of the year and in the playoffs.
        Vicb

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        • Got a subscription to this college hockey recruiting website just to see how it is, pretty good info on recruits and gives some scouting reports on players, Clarkson has the 13th best recruiting class according to this site and is 2nd in the ECAC behind Harvard (7th) it's best two recruits are obvious in Jake Kielly and Sheldon Rempal, Kielly has 4 1/3 stars out of 5, Rempal has 4 2/3 out of 5.

          Jake Kielly - Considered by many of our scouts as one of the top rookie goalies in the league, Kielly has taken an unorthodox route to his college choice, Clarkson. He started out playing in Minnesota HS at Eden Prarie, then moved on to midget hockey in Michigan to play for a strong Victory Honda team. After a one year stint in Michigan he began his junior hockey career in Austin (NAHL) where he led the Bruins to a runner up finish in the Robertson Cup. He then made the move to the USHL where he has flourished with Tri City located in Nebraska. He's got great size and athleticism, a calm, mature presense who stays square to the shooter. He moves well post to post and has a good glove hand both in catching the puck and covering it up in the crease. He'll continue to improve with more experience and has the upside to be a starting goalie at the next level.

          Nico Sturm - A big bodied power forward who physically imposes his will below the dots, protects the puck well in tight spaces and plays a complete game. He's a three zone player, responsible, quick on draws and plays a heavy game. The German prospect is in his second season in North America but his first in the USHL.

          Just a note on the others: Sturm is a 4*, Brosseau 4*, Egle 4*, Astren 3 2/3*, Schneider 3 2/3*, Moro 3 1/3*, Ford 2 2/3*, obviously these mean nothing for right now and I'm sure a lot of these kids have had limited viewings but it's the only site dedicated to a ranking system that I know of.
          Last edited by cutothefrozen4; 05-25-2016, 08:43 PM.

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          • Originally posted by cutothefrozen4 View Post
            Got a subscription to this college hockey recruiting website just to see how it is, pretty good info on recruits and gives some scouting reports on players, Clarkson has the 13th best recruiting class according to this site and is 2nd in the ECAC behind Harvard (7th) it's best two recruits are obvious in Jake Kielly and Sheldon Rempal, Kielly has 4 1/3 stars out of 5, Rempal has 4 2/3 out of 5.

            Jake Kielly - Considered by many of our scouts as one of the top rookie goalies in the league, Kielly has taken an unorthodox route to his college choice, Clarkson. He started out playing in Minnesota HS at Eden Prarie, then moved on to midget hockey in Michigan to play for a strong Victory Honda team. After a one year stint in Michigan he began his junior hockey career in Austin (NAHL) where he led the Bruins to a runner up finish in the Robertson Cup. He then made the move to the USHL where he has flourished with Tri City located in Nebraska. He's got great size and athleticism, a calm, mature presense who stays square to the shooter. He moves well post to post and has a good glove hand both in catching the puck and covering it up in the crease. He'll continue to improve with more experience and has the upside to be a starting goalie at the next level.

            Nico Sturm - A big bodied power forward who physically imposes his will below the dots, protects the puck well in tight spaces and plays a complete game. He's a three zone player, responsible, quick on draws and plays a heavy game. The German prospect is in his second season in North America but his first in the USHL.

            Just a note on the others: Sturm is a 4*, Brosseau 4*, Egle 4*, Astren 3 2/3*, Schneider 3 2/3*, Moro 3 1/3*, Ford 2 2/3*, obviously these mean nothing for right now and I'm sure a lot of these kids have had limited viewings but it's the only site dedicated to a ranking system that I know of.
            What site are you referring to?

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            • https://www.neutralzone.net/

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              • Originally posted by cutothefrozen4 View Post
                Pearson kid who committed to Maine (used to play for Cornwall Colts), McCarthy to Denver, kid was from QC, Kawaguchi to Providence amongst others, Colton Kehler is a tough loss too, now times are changing and kids don't want to pay to play/they can't pay to play, the BCHL is still free to my knowledge, kids from ON and QC now are going out to BC instead of the OJHL/CCHL because it's free yes but it's better hockey. The Sheldon Rempal/Devin Brosseau situation puzzled me, Brosseau was hurt a lot of the year and maybe wasn't ready but Rempal is just what we need a righty shot who can score. Bottom line is Clarkson isn't what it once was and its hard to find people who want to buy into a defensive system besides D and we recruit those in bunches, one thing I will note is I'm worried about Brett Garvey, his play seems to have really taken a hit and his potential that people were high on seems to be gone but Aaron Thow should be great and Amorosa should take strides but I'm pretty certain Tansey is gone and it will be tough to replace his impact obviously. Who knows what happens with that roster spot so late but I'm sure Kevin notified the staff or at least I hope so.
                Since you mentioned this a while back, I have been following Kawaguchi. He de-committed from Providence and then he committed to Denver and now I noticed on heisenberg's list that he is uncommitted once again. I wonder if we are still interested in him and why others are no longer interested in him.....hmmm.
                2013 Pick to Click Champion

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