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03-17-2013, 08:54 AM
eco's bones
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The great majority of NCAA division 1 hockey players are between the ages of 20-25. These days a lot of drafted players going that route play another year (sometimes 2) in feeder leagues like the USHL or in Fogarty's case the BCHL. Freshman players don't often move into top line roles--they have to work their way up to those roles. Fogarty's doing okay so far. The main thing as with any prospect is for them to continually get better. Fogarty should move up the food chain on his Notre Dame team next season--assume more of a point production role. Third round guy in a somewhat iffy draft--there are hopes but no guarantees. He's at least going to play two more years at Notre Dame and probably his senior year as well.

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