Recruit Update

Let’s see how the recruits did over the weekend.

Shane Walsh scored his USHL first goal in the Tri-City Storm’s only game of the weekend, a 4-3 win over Fargo.  The achievement earned him a mention in the USHL’s weekly update.

John Parker had three assists over the weekend as his Muskegon Lumberjacks swept the Under-18 USA team.

Kevin Boyle split his the series for the Westside Warriors, giving up just two goals on 28 shots in the win but giving up 5 on 28 shots in the loss.

There are a few recruits out there that I’ve written about in previous posts that have been mentioned as considering UMass.

Defenseman Logan Roe’s season will be starting up soon.  Roe attends Kent Prep and his team will start play at the end of this month.  I suspect the same is true for Devin Tringale and Lawrence Academy.  Still trying to figure out if defenseman Eddie Nolan will be at BC High for another year or has moved on.

Mike Weaver has 10 goals and 2 assists in 17 games for the Junior Bruins in the Empire Junior Hockey League.


Kevin Moore has a funny edition of his One Moore Minute following him and a few of his teammates trick or treating around Amherst and the dorms.

UMass and Vermont, the country’s only winless teams, are mentioned in INCH’s First Shift.  And yes, that is the goaltender that the Minutemen will face this weekend picked as national player of the week.