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Connecticut Oilers: Finding strong talent for 2017-18 in their backyard

The Connecticut Oilers are moving sleekly through the summer, signing talent from both right in Connecticut, beyond and even further beyond (including three Europeans). By Joshua Boyd Most recently, the Connecticut resident signings have been the news, with both Zach Withington (of Branford, just outside of New Haven) and Peter Capone (of East Haven). “Those…

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Richmond Generals: Organization excited about future, Elite lineup

The Richmond Generals are very proud of their two-tiered junior program in the United States Premier Hockey League. By Joshua Boyd They know that in order to get players ready for the USPHL Premier, some seasoning might be required in the USPHL Elite, especially for young, up-and-coming players. The Generals have loaded their Elite roster…

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McCauley: Evaluate the Evaluators

I have been involved in hockey full-time for the past 23 years at the high school, junior and college levels. In those 23 years, I have never seen so many options for a player to continue playing. This time of year is tough for a player deciding what is the best option for their development.…

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Boston Shamrocks U19 Women: Start of a brand new day

It was a little easier for Boston Shamrocks Director of Hockey Operations Sean Fisher to enjoy the Fourth of July holiday. By Joshua Boyd “We only have one or two last roster spots to fill. Our Under-19 team is almost done and the U-16 team is almost done,” said Fisher, just prior to the holiday. The…

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San Diego Sabers: Complete hockey experience in Southern California

Change – it can be a scary thing. Where some fear change, the San Diego Sabers embrace it. The Sabers, 10-year members of the Western States Hockey League, have recently seen changes at both the general manager and head coach positions – and in their mission. “We will build a very competitive program for years…

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