Friday reading: Connelly, Lampl, NHL Draft, UND, WCHA, UConn

Former Tiger Brian Connelly, pictured, talks about the 2011-12 season in this video. Cody Lampl was traded to Toledo of the ECHL recently.

Here is a look at past USHL players in the NHL Draft. Here is a Denver perspective and more on eligible college players.

I posted this earlier this week but here is my article on Hunter Fejes, Jaccob Slavin and Josh Thorimbert’s chances. Fejes gets some love from College Hockey News.

Inside College Hockey rates current college players’ chances of being selected and has some mock drafts for the first two rounds. UND recruit Jordan Schmaltz is profiled.

Here are some links about North Dakota players including that Rocco Grimaldi will be in the Panthers evaluation camp this summer. UND’s Danny Kristo plans to turn pro after his senior season is over.

The WCHA’s Alaska Plan continues to create anxiety for the 2013-14 league members.

UConn’s move to Hockey East was confirmed Thursday afternoon.

The new Minnesota athletic director will not have to spend much time worrying about the hockey program.

Here is a look at the early frontrunners for the vacant UMass head coaching gig.

DU’s Rhett Rakshani is headed to Sweden despite a good AHL career. The Pioneers will be the fourth team in the 2013 GLI this December.

Anchorage got a commitment from a local player.

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About paisleyhockey
I am the college hockey writer for the Colorado Springs Gazette focusing on the Atlantic Hockey Association, National Collegiate Hockey Conference and Western Collegiate Hockey Association.

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