Wednesday reading: Stoykewych, CCHA, UND, UMass, Mankato
July 11, 2012 2 Comments
CC sophomore defenseman Peter Stoykewych is mentioned as one to watch at this week’s Jets’ prospect development camp.
Bleacher Report rates Colorado Springs as one of the top 10 non-NHL cities in the United States.
The Central Collegiate Hockey Association unveiled its final logo, pictured, recently. I think it looks good.
Here is a list of the former North Dakota players competing in European leagues.
The UMass coach search appears to have settled on USHL coach Mark Carlson after two college candidates turned the school down last week. Here is a look at the program’s needs from the writer that first broke Carlson was the top candidate.
Three MSU-Mankato players are headed to NHL development camps, including one targeted by Oshawa of the Ontario league.
Speaking of the OHL, the Kitchener organization is suing the student-run Michigan Daily for $1 million for an article alleging Jacob Trouba was offered $200,000 to skip out on North Dakota and play for the Rangers. Here is the MD article.
Boston University announced its 2012-13 schedule.
The RIT women’s coach received a contract extension, which will make him the first in NCAA history to play at the Division I and III level and coach at both divisions on both the men’s and women’s sides.