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04-19-2012, 05:59 PM
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Is the captain coming back for a 5th year?

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Is the captain coming back for a 5th year?
I'd be very surprised if Dean were still here next year, I'd even say it's close to impossible he'll be back.

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Additional recruits from OJHL:

D Brendan Barletta - UOIT (Aurora OJHL - played with Oshawa OHL)
F Taylor Clements - Queens (St. Michael's OJHL - has played 14 games between OHL/QMJHL)
D Joseph Luongo - Queens (St. Michael's OJHL)
F Jordan Ramsay - UOIT (Toronto OJHL - has played 26 games with Sudbury OHL)

Laurier adds forward Ryan Lopes from Georgetown (OJHL).

http://ojhl.pointstreaksites.com/vie...-21/news_47566

Lopes registered 52 points in 42 games with Georgetown after a bit of a slow start, as he was below a point a game for much of the first half. Prior to playing with Georgetown, Lopes played 170 games in the OHL between his 17 year old and 19 year old years, 2 full years with St. Michael's where he totaled 15 and 19 points, and one split between St. Michael's, Sudbury and Kitchener where he totaled 6. It is nice to see him score (second on Georgetown in points) after being primarily a role player in the OHL, better known for his defensive play and and great speed on the penalty kill. I am interested to see where he will play on the Laurier depth chart. I could see him being relied on as the 4th line center with much penalty killing responsibility, but if he shows some offense or plays the wing, he could move up as well. He is a guy I penciled in as being a CIS player, glad to see it will be with Laurier in the fall.
Hey dude...I don't know if it's been said by Vaughan Vipers (OJHL) defenceman Matt Sollows is going to Laurier as well. Sollows has an absolute rocket from the point, and is a pretty strong guy. He's decent defensively but his awareness in general is not very high. He should be 4th or 5th defenceman for the Hawks, and play the power play with that bullet (some said he had the best one-timer in the league).

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04-25-2012, 09:48 PM
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Hey dude...I don't know if it's been said by Vaughan Vipers (OJHL) defenceman Matt Sollows is going to Laurier as well. Sollows has an absolute rocket from the point, and is a pretty strong guy. He's decent defensively but his awareness in general is not very high. He should be 4th or 5th defenceman for the Hawks, and play the power play with that bullet (some said he had the best one-timer in the league).
His commitment was updated on the OJHL site in mid-March which is when I posted it (on page 1 of this thread). I have been meaning to ask you about him, I know you are involved with the Vipers organization so I assumed you would have seen him play quite a bit. A scouting report I read when he was drafted to the MJAHL/MHL out in the Maritimes (he played his minor hockey there) pointed he was sometimes like a 4th forward in that he is an offensive minded defenseman. With a few shutdown guys already in the lineup, it is not a bad thing to have some puck movers as well. I agree that he will likely see powerplay time, and then likely 3rd pairing minutes when 5 on 5 and on the penalty kill. Laurier still needs to add another defenseman.

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York adds defenceman John de Gray, a former 3rd round pick of the Anaheim Ducks who has played almost 150 games in the AHL, including one full season, and two split between the AHL and ECHL.

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p....php?pid=96522

He will be one of the most experienced players in the OUA and should be a strong recruit for the Lions.

http://www.yorkulions.ca/sports/mice...or_mens_hockey

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Saskatchewan adds SJHL scoring champ, Jesse Ross, of the Weyburn Redwings for the upcoming season

http://www.thestarphoenix.com/sports...769/story.html

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Neil Manning of the Vancouver Giants commits to UBC.

http://www.vancouvergiants.com/artic...commits-to-ubc

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Additional Junior A recruits

D Dominik Crnogorac - UOIT (Huntsville OJHL)
F Casey Cook - Concordia (Kingston OJHL)

D Drew McLaughlin - Queens (Fort McMurray AJHL)
F Jesse Hilton - UBC (Sherwood Park AJHL)
D Ryan Hamberg - Wilfrid Laurier (Grand Prairie AJHL)

Laurier adds their 3rd recruit and 2nd defenceman of the offseason. Hamberg was an alternate captain for the Storm and was known as a shut-down type of defenceman.


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05-01-2012, 09:23 PM
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York adds defenceman John de Gray, a former 3rd round pick of the Anaheim Ducks who has played almost 150 games in the AHL, including one full season, and two split between the AHL and ECHL.

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p....php?pid=96522

He will be one of the most experienced players in the OUA and should be a strong recruit for the Lions.

http://www.yorkulions.ca/sports/mice...or_mens_hockey
I take it he sat out last year?

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Defenceman Neil Manning (Vancouver Giants, WHL) has joined UBC...seems like a solid pick-up as he had 183 points during his 5 years in junior.

http://www.canada.com/sports/Manning...968/story.html

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Guelph Storm (OHL) captain Luke Judson is going to Lakehead. He had 39 (18g 21a) points this past season. His best season came in 2010-11 (28g 28a)

http://www.intelligencer.ca/ArticleD...aspx?e=3551538

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I take it he sat out last year?
I believe he was on as an assistant coach.

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Joey West (Peterborough Petes) commits to Carleton. Good pick up.

http://goravens.carleton.ca/mens-hoc...ocal-talent-2/

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D - Eliott Richardson (Wellington OJHL) - Windsor
F - Miles MacLean (Trenton OJHL) - Laurier

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Per twitter sources, Dylan King of the Metro Marauders of the MHL has commited to SMU. Very much an offensive-minded Dman, highly intelligent player, and deceptive speed - however, he may difficulty initally trying to manage the bigger/stronger forwards off the rush and in front of goal. But a very nice addition by SMU...

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Early Bisons Recruiting Rumours

Rumour has it that the UM Bisons will be announcing their first wave of recruits this week as Communications person Chris Zuk alluded to on a recent Winnipeg sports radio program.

Apparently, in addition to the earlier announcement that Brock Sutherland has committed to the Bisons, it is rumoured that Aaron Lewadniuk will be red shirting in 2012-13 after two years of pro. He was a 37 goal, 86 point man in his last year of junior with the Brandon Wheat Kings and then spent the last two years playing in the ECHL. He will be a significant addition to the Bisons for his three remaining years of eligibility. Great pick up for the Bisons.

Dylan Kelly, F, from the Winnipeg Blues of the MJHL will be patrolling the wing and keeping the opposition honest. He is huge, tough, intimidating and has some good hands. He could develop into a Caine Pearpoint kind of player.

Paul Ciarelli, F, played four years with the Brandon Wheat Kings. He is a great skater, and an excellent two-way forward who has some offensive upside. He will be a very solid player with the Bisons. A character kid with a great attitude.

This is just the beginning of the Bison recruiting process. They have a few more players to replace from last year as graduating players Jared Walker, Mike Hellyer, Chris Benias and Travis Mealy all completed 5 years of eligibility. Others who have graduated or left school are Chad Erb and Patrick Flynn.

We'll see if the rumours are accurate soon. Look for this announcement and another wave of recruits later in the spring. Mike Sirant is doing a very good job and it looks like the Bisons are intent on repeating as conference champions in 2012-13.

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05-09-2012, 02:29 PM
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That didn't take long

http://gobisons.ca/index.php?page=news&id=2328

The Manitoba Bisons mens hockey team looks toward the 2012-13 season. The four players all hail from Manitoba and three of the four have Western Hockey League (WHL) experience. Bisons mens hockey head coach Mike Sirant, heading into his 17th season, is pleased to announce the commitment of forward Paul Ciarelli, defenceman Brock Sutherland, forwards Aaron Lewadniuk (pronounced loo-WAD-nee-uk) and Dylan Kelly to the Bison program for the upcoming 2012-13 season.
Ciarelli, 21, played the last four seasons (2008-12) with the Brandon Wheat Kings in the WHL. The 61, 203 lbs. forward notched his WHL career best 30 points (15 goals, 15 assists) with 69 penalty minutes in 67 regular season games and added two goals, two assists in nine playoffs games in the 2011-12 season. The Winnipeg native notched the overtime series game-winner in the first round of the 2012 playoffs against the Calgary Hitmen. In his four year WHL career, he recorded 65 points (30g, 35a) with 207 penalty minutes in 239 regular season games and played in 30 playoffs games with nine points (5g, 4a). Prior to his WHL career, Ciarelli played with the Winnipeg South Blues (Manitoba Junior Hockey League) for one regular season game in the 2007-08 season.
Sutherland, 21, played with the WHLs Calgary Hitmen in the 2011-12 season. The 62, 205 lbs. defenceman registered 16 points (2g, 14a) and +25 plus/minus rating in 68 games in 2011-12 while he played all five 2012 playoff games. The Brandon, MB native started his five year WHL career with Lethbridge Hurricanes then Tri-City Americans before Calgary. His best season was 23 points (4g, 19a) in 72 games with Tri-City in 2010-11. His overall WHL career totals were 56 points (9g, 47a) in 254 games with 222 PIMs and played in 44 playoff matches with ten points (1g, 9a). Prior to his WHL career, Sutherland played with the MJHLs Swan Valley Stampeders for one regular season game in the 2007-08 season.
Lewadniuk, 22, played with the two different teams in East Coast Hockey League in the 2011-12 season prior to playing with the WHLs Brandon Wheat Kings. The 511, 175 lbs. forward split the 2011-12 season with Idaho scoring 13 points (7g, 6a) with 28 PIMs in 31 regular season games and adding eight points (1g, 7a) in 17 games for Bakersfield Condors. The Carman, MB native played with ECHLs Ontario Reign in 2010-11 and notched 31 points (17g, 14a) in 69 regular season games. He played two seasons (2008-10) with Brandon and had 133 points (52g, 81a) with +51 and 107 PIMs in 128 regular season games plus 27 WHL playoff games with 22 points (10g, 12a). Lewadniuk played one season with MJHLs Winkler Flyers in 2006-07 and had 87 points (43g, 44a) in 61 regular season games.
Kelly, 21, has played with the MJHLs Winnipeg Blues the last two seasons (2010-12) and the Portage Terriers (2008-10). The 62, 210 lbs. forward accumulated his MJHL best 65 points (32g, 33a) with 142 PIMs in 60 regular season games along with 12 points (5g, 7a) in ten playoff matches while being named team co-MVP in 2011-12 season. In 2010-11 season, the Winnipeg native added 38 points (20g, 18a) and 102 PIMs in 56 regular season games with the Blues. In his four year MJHL career, he posted 125 points (59g, 66a) with 444 penalty minutes in 209 regular season games plus 11 playoff matches with 12 points and 46 PIMs.

I am very excited about the commitment of Paul, Brock, Aaron and Dylan to the University of Manitoba. All of these players have exceptional character and each brings a slightly different skill set, commented Sirant. These commitments represent the start of another outstanding recruiting class for the Manitoba Bisons.

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Rumour has it that the UM Bisons will be announcing their first wave of recruits this week as Communications person Chris Zuk alluded to on a recent Winnipeg sports radio program.

Apparently, in addition to the earlier announcement that Brock Sutherland has committed to the Bisons, it is rumoured that Aaron Lewadniuk will be red shirting in 2012-13 after two years of pro. He was a 37 goal, 86 point man in his last year of junior with the Brandon Wheat Kings and then spent the last two years playing in the ECHL. He will be a significant addition to the Bisons for his three remaining years of eligibility. Great pick up for the Bisons.

Dylan Kelly, F, from the Winnipeg Blues of the MJHL will be patrolling the wing and keeping the opposition honest. He is huge, tough, intimidating and has some good hands. He could develop into a Caine Pearpoint kind of player.

Paul Ciarelli, F, played four years with the Brandon Wheat Kings. He is a great skater, and an excellent two-way forward who has some offensive upside. He will be a very solid player with the Bisons. A character kid with a great attitude.

This is just the beginning of the Bison recruiting process. They have a few more players to replace from last year as graduating players Jared Walker, Mike Hellyer, Chris Benias and Travis Mealy all completed 5 years of eligibility. Others who have graduated or left school are Chad Erb and Patrick Flynn.

We'll see if the rumours are accurate soon. Look for this announcement and another wave of recruits later in the spring. Mike Sirant is doing a very good job and it looks like the Bisons are intent on repeating as conference champions in 2012-13.

Conference champions?? I think usually the team that hoists the conference championship trophy and banner at the end of playoffs is usually the conference champion...just saying!!
No Presidents trophy or Scotty Munroe trophy in the cizzler!!

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Conference champions?? I think usually the team that hoists the conference championship trophy and banner at the end of playoffs is usually the conference champion...just saying!!
No Presidents trophy or Scotty Munroe trophy in the cizzler!!
Point taken. Lets say that the Bisons are looking to repeat as regular season conference leaders and then finishing it off with a conference championship.

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I think the word you're looking for is 'Pennant' Champion or Regular Season Champion.

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I think the word you're looking for is 'Pennant' Champion or Regular Season Champion.
In hockey they don't usually refer to a "pennant". Sometimes "league champion" is used in various sports.

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Per twitter sources, Dylan King of the Metro Marauders of the MHL has commited to SMU. Very much an offensive-minded Dman, highly intelligent player, and deceptive speed - however, he may difficulty initally trying to manage the bigger/stronger forwards off the rush and in front of goal. But a very nice addition by SMU...
Some pretty good information in this report.

http://www.sportstream.ca/sports-ns-...steinburg.html
by Bill McLean

Trevor Stienburg has a pretty simple explanation for his pursuit of former Metro Marauder defenseman Dylan King.

"Seventy-five points is seventy-five points," said the Head Coach of Saint Mary's today in a phone interview with sportstream, referring to the tally that King put up in his final season of Junior A hockey.

"You have to give the kid his due. Plus, he's a really good kid and he knows how to play the game. We think he'll be a nice addition as a puck moving defenseman who will have something to prove."

The addition of King comes in a recruiting year where the Huskies are looking to add depth to the blue line. Stienburg admits the success of former Miramichi Timberwolves defenseman Christopher Owens at Acadia helped fuel his decision to look at the Maritime Junior Hockey League for possible recruits.

Owens scored 29 points for the Axemen on route to garnering a selection as a first team AUS all star. Owens and King are similar in playing style and physical dimensions, with Owens at 5'10 and King measuring at 5'9.

"Owens was a guy I wanted to have at the time but we were loaded at the defenseman position and did not have space," says Stienburg.

With the losses of Kyle Wharton and Tyler Cuthbert, there is room on the Huskies roster for 2012 and Steinburg thinks King could be a perfect fit.

Another player that Stienburg thinks would add to the program very nicely is former Halifax Moosehead Cameron Critchlow. Stienburg says he is pursuing Critchlow as aggressively as anyone else in the AUS.

"Not since Jody Shelly have I seen a player capture the hearts of local hockey fans the way Critchlow has," remarks Stienburg. "If he decided to play locally it would be great for Halifax and the AUS. If he wants to join us I'll have a place and some responsibilities for him for sure."

The Huskies are still looking for one or two more defenseman and maybe a couple of forwards to help replace the loss of AUS all star Colby Pridham.

Former Moosehead and third round draft pick of the New York Rangers, Ryan Hillier, is set to make his highly anticipated debut after red shirting with the team last season.

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Ex Mooseheads in AUS

I was at Dal when Jody came there and he didn't make a difference in fan support.
Billy Manley, Robbie Sutherland, Chris Peyton all were fan favs and when they left the Moose, no one had a clue where they went. The Moosehead fans just found another hero to watch. They watch the team and don't follow the player.

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Here is a list of OHL players

Norm Ezekiel-Barrie- Western
Daniel Erlich - Barrie- Western
Colin Behenna - Barrie - Waterloo or Laurier
Jordan Mayer - Belleville - ?
Adam Payerl - Belleville - Pro
Luke Judson - Belleville - Lakehead
Brett Mackie - Brampton - Lakehead,Nip,Water
Ian Watters - Brampton - ?
Mitchell Porowski -Brampton - ?
Stephen Gaskins - Guelph - Western
Kyle Pereria - Guelph - Ryerson
Brandon Foote - Guelph - ?
Conor Stokes - Kingston - ?
Mike Catenacci - Kitchener - Pro
Cody Sol - Kitchener - Pro
Tyler Randell - Kitchener - Pro
Colin Martin - London - ?
Brett Cook - London - ?
Jaime Wise - Missy - Ryerson or Pro
David Corrente - Missy - Ryerson or U of T
Brandon Maxwell - Missy - ?
Alex Friesen - Niagara -
Andrew Aggozzino - Niagara -
David Pacan - Niagara -
Andy Andreoff - Oshawa - Pro
Daniel Maggio - Oshawa - ?
Julian Melochori - Oshawa - Pro
Mike Cazzola - Ottawa - ?
Mark Zanetti - Ottawa - ?
Daniel Broussard - Ottawa - ?
Mike Halmo - Owen Sound - ?
Jay Gilbert - Owen Sound - ?
Scott Stacjer - Owen Sound - ?
Joey West - Petes - Carleton
Andrew Yogan - Petes - Pro
Jon Jaspers - Petes - ?
Beau Schmidt - Plymouth - Pro
Jaime Devane - Plymouth - Pro
Andy Bathgate - Plymouth - ?
Mike Fine - Saginaw - ?
Brad Walch - Saginaw - ?
Josh Shalla - Saginaw - Pro
Brett Thompson - Sarnia - ?
Tyler Brown - Sarnia - ?
Adrian Robertson - Sarnia - UNB
Mike Schwindt - Soo - ?
Carson Dubchak - Soo - Lakehead
Joe Rogalski - Soo - ?
Mike MacDonald - Sudbury - Lakehead
Josh McFadden - Sudbury - ?
Zach MacQueen - Windsor - Windsor,St Fx, Wat
John Cullen - Windsor - ?
Derek Holden - Windsor - ?

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Lakehead announces recruits...

http://www.tbnewswatch.com/sports/20...uits-announced

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