Saturday, November 3, 2012

Recruiting Update

It has been a long time since I wrote something about any recruits so with the EJHL and USHL seasons both underway, let's take a look at how some future Eagles are performing for their respective teams.

Austin Cangelosi-Youngstown Phantoms (USHL). As of today, Cangelosi leads Youngstown with 13 points on the season as he recorded six goals and seven assist. With BC losing some firepower next year, Cangelosi, the star of the 13' class, will be expected to come in and make an impact. So far, so good for the 5'7 forward from Estero, Florida.

Ryan Fitzgerald- Valley Jr Warriors (EJHL)- So far this season, Fitzgerald has recorded three goals and nine assist for the Valley Jr Warriors of the Eastern Jr Hockey League. Fitzgerald also captured the MVP award at the All American game in Buffalo about a month ago.

Chris Calnan- South Shore Kings (EJHL)- Through fourteen games, Calnan is playing well and has recorded ten goals and ten assist which ranks him third on the Kings' roster. A third round pick of Chicago, Calnan is a 13' recruit that will, like the other above, be expected to make a strong impact.

Connor McGlynn- Sioux City (USHL)- Through nine games this season, McGlynn has recorded two points for the Musketeers. His 31 penalty minutes, which is a bit concerning, leads the team.

Evan Richardson- Powell River Kings (BCHL)- Another small but highly talented forward, Richardson leads Powell River with two goals and nine assist so far this season. Richardson was supposed to come this fall but decided to hold back one year and continue his development in the BCHL.

Adam Gilmour- Muskegon Lumberjacks (USHL). A former Nobles Bulldog, Gilmour decided to spend his senior year out in Michigan. So far this year, Gilmour ranks fourth on the team with two goals and four assists.

Matthew Gaudreau- Omaha Lancers- The brother of BC superstar Johnny G, has recorded a goal and an assist in eight games this season for the Lancers. It is quite possible that Gaudreau could wait one more year and come in 14'.

Alex Tuch- US Under 17 team- through nine games this season, Tuch has recorded two goals and one assist which ranks ninth on Team USA. Tuch is slated as a 14' recruit.

(All of these guys are forwards)

Thats all for now. UMass preview coming up later tonight.


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