News; All-Decade Team; Recruit Update

The Daily Collegian recaps the woeful weekend that was.

They also have a piece on the seniors.

Dick Baker has some tidbits about attendance, declining tv games (excellent idea), Kevin Kessler, and lines.

The All-Decade Team was announced on Saturday.  It’s pretty close to my picks.  Here’s what I chose for for a first team as well as a second team.  The only difference was Matt Anderson and Casey Wellman ending up on the team over my picks of Tim Turner and Chris Capraro.  Anderson is a solid choice and I can’t really argue with that.  Wellman has had two solid seasons but I don’t think you can put up his contributions to those that Turner and Cappy made to the program over a longer span.  At the same time, as we saw in the ridiculous UMass All-Hockey East team last year, most of the voting seems to be done by people who just started following the team in the past couple of years so I guess I shouldn’t be surprised.


According to this teaser from College Hockey 247, Joel Vienneau will make his final choice between Minnesota and Michigan.  I first posted about Vienneau last month.

Conor Sheary had an amazing past week for Cushing scoring six goals total in three games.  Sheary is currently 7th in prep hockey in scoring with 24 goals and 36 assists.  Not too far behind him is Mike Pereira, now tied for 11th in total points.

Peter DeAngleo had four assists in a couple games over the weekend as the New Hampshire Junior Monarchs clinched the North Division in the EJHL.

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