Thursday, December 13, 2012

Recruitng Update

As the prep school season begins to get underway, let's take a look at how some future Eagles are performing thus far this season.


Chirs Calnan (13)- In 22 games played so far for the South Shore Kings (EJHL), Calnan has recorded a team leading 18 assist and 14 goals, giving him 32 points for the year. Also tied for the league lead with 18 shots on net.

Adam Gilmour (13)- In 23 games played for the Muskegon Lumberjacks (USHL), Gilmour ranks second on the team in terms of points as he has 10 assist and 7 goals, totaling 17 points. His plus minus for the year is currently at +6.

Austin Cangelosi (13)- In 19 games played so far this year, Cangelosi has a team leading 24 points, 9 goals, and 15 assist. His plus minus for the year is currently at +10.

Alex Tuch (14)- In 15 games played for Team USA, Tuch has recorded 2 goals and 2 assist but has a concerning -7 rating.

Ryan Fitzgerald (13)- Fitzgerald made the move from the Valley Jr Warriors to the USNDT last month and has just started to play for the USNDT so no stats to put up.

Conor McGlynn- In 19 games played for Sioux City (USHL), McGlynn has recorded 3 points and a -6 rating.

Matthew Gaudreau- In 17 games for the Omaha Lancers, Gaudreau has recorded 1 assist and 5 goals. His plus minus is currently at 0

Evan Richardson-In 20 games so far this year for the Powell River Kings (BCHL), Richardson has recorded a team leading 22 points.


Steven Santini- In 22 games played for the USA Under 18 team, Santini has 7 points but was reportedly very good vs Merrimack and UNH this past weekend.

Scott Savage- In 22 games played, also for the US Under 18 team, Savage has 4 points and a plus minus of plus 2.

Sam Piazza (13)- In 18 games played for the Chicago Steel (USHL), Piazza has recorded 4 points and has a plus minus of 0.

Ian McCoshen (13)- In 13 games so far, McCoshen has just 5 points but has an outstanding plus minus of +15. He must be injured because he has played so few games.

Two big recruits to keep and eye on are Thatcher Demko, the NTDP's goalie and is considered by many to be the top remaining goalie in the country. He visited Boston College on Monday. Also, top 97 recruit Cam Askew decommited from Northeastern (a common thread these days) and is on the market. Would be a great get for the Eagles.

Go Eagles

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