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Recruit Update: Renyard Named RBC Player of the Year, Chukarov Crowned NAHL Champ

The hockey season has wrapped up for the Massachusetts hockey recruits, but they definitely finished strong as one future Minuteman won a major award these past couple weeks while another won a league championship.

I had previous passed along the news that Nic Renyard was nominated for CJHL Goaltender of the Year.  Not only was Renyard named the Goaltender of the Year for all of the various Junior A leagues in all of Canada he ended up being named the RBC CJHL Player of the Year.  The release celebrating his selection as the top Junior A player in all of Canada follows his windy, challenging road through juniors and eventually to the NCAA scholarship he desired.  Previous winners of the RBC CJHL POTW?  Guys like Mike Comrie, Kyle Turris, Dany Heatley, and Paul Kariya (he had a pretty good Hockey East career).

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Recruit Update: Chukarov Named To All-NAHL Team

The USHL, the premier junior hockey league in the United States, held its draft the last two days and a few future Minutemen were selected.  Yesterday was the Phase I draft for just 1999 birth years.  Brian Scoville, due at UMass in 2018, was taken in the 7th Round (105th overall) by the Sioux Falls Stampede.  In today’s Phase II draft for all draft eligible age groups a couple recruits were picked early by the Omaha Lancers.  First was Nick Jenny (2017) was taken in the 1st round (11th overall) and then the Lancers took Jake Massie (2016) in the 2nd round (27th overall).  Later in the draft Justin Dixson (2017) was taken by the Tri-City Storm in the 8th round (129th overall).

Now onto the regular updates, with news about Austin Plevy, Nic Renyard, Ivan Chukarov, Justin Dixson, and John Leonard.

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