Potential Future Recruits - Part II

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by Gophers_inGF » Sun Dec 22 3:14 pm

GopherPuck316 wrote:
Sun Dec 22 3:05 pm
Gophers_inGF wrote:
Sun Dec 22 2:27 pm
J22 wrote:
Sun Dec 22 1:35 pm
Gophers_inGF wrote:
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Less than 10 games in and a single A kid in Warroad is going to win Mr. Hockey "pretty easily"?
Your right I shouldn't have stated pretty easily. However, I find it kind of funny how you added single A to make some sort of negative connotation. Maybe if we focused on hard nosed single A/northern kids like UND we wouldn't get absolutely pummeled in our own building by them 9-3.
Who are the single A northern kids that UND has focused on?
Colton Poolman, Tucker Poolman, Gage Ausmus, Trey Ausmus, Ethan Frisch, Dixon Bowen, Zach Yon, and Paul Ladue, Jacksen Panzer to name a few
Those players are almost all from UND’s hotbed of MN HS recruiting. They probably grew up UND fans. I’m sure the Gophers recruited them, but they decided to stay closer to home. Can’t fault them or Gophers coaches for that.
I agree with where you are coming from. We don't stand the best chance to land these kids. The fact remains our current process of recruiting hasn't been paying off dividends, clearly.

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by J22 » Sun Dec 22 3:20 pm

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I said single A/northern players. Bowen has more goals then our "star" captain Sammy Walker. You need to get outside your bubble. Bowen and Yon are far better players then Romanko, Ramsey, and Norman were as 4th liners.
So, getting our 4th liners from Grand Forks is the answer? It's pretty clear which one of us is in a bubble.

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by Gophers_inGF » Sun Dec 22 5:26 pm

J22 wrote:
Sun Dec 22 3:20 pm
Gophers_inGF wrote:
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I said single A/northern players. Bowen has more goals then our "star" captain Sammy Walker. You need to get outside your bubble. Bowen and Yon are far better players then Romanko, Ramsey, and Norman were as 4th liners.
So, getting our 4th liners from Grand Forks is the answer? It's pretty clear which one of us is in a bubble.
Must be working pretty well for them, their 4th liner has more goals than our captain. As well as being ranked 1 in the nation. :biggrin2: :dup:

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by frozen4champs » Sun Dec 22 5:35 pm

Gophers_inGF wrote:
Sun Dec 22 5:26 pm
J22 wrote:
Sun Dec 22 3:20 pm
Gophers_inGF wrote:
Sun Dec 22 2:59 pm
I said single A/northern players. Bowen has more goals then our "star" captain Sammy Walker. You need to get outside your bubble. Bowen and Yon are far better players then Romanko, Ramsey, and Norman were as 4th liners.
So, getting our 4th liners from Grand Forks is the answer? It's pretty clear which one of us is in a bubble.
Must be working pretty well for them, their 4th liner has more goals than our captain. As well as being ranked 1 in the nation. :biggrin2: :dup:
I'm sensing some Whioux trolling here. Our captain has 37 points( 15 goals) in a year and a half of playing, and the Whioux 4th liner has 28 points (17 goals) in 3 1/2 years of play. I'm happy with the Gopher captain over the Whioux 4th liner.

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by frozen4champs » Sun Dec 22 5:47 pm

Wonder if there is any interest in Jesse Tucker who is Canadian and plays for Green Bay in USHL. His is the highest scoring uncommitted player left as of now.

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by Maize » Sun Dec 22 6:10 pm

J22 wrote:
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Ausmus played at the development program. Frisch played AA. LaDue played in North Dakota. Ausmus and Panzer are 15 years old. Bowen and Yon are terrible. So you have 2 names dating back to 2011?
Two guys whose father has been employed by UND for 20+ years, mind you.

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Post by overtheboards » Wed Dec 25 9:09 pm

J22 wrote:
Sun Dec 22 1:53 pm
Goldy77 wrote:
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Dixon Bowen is the only one that comes to mind recently. Poganski if St Cloud is northern MN.
Yeah, 24 year old senior that has 7 points. Bob should really focus his recruiting to find more guys like that
to be fair a couple more 23-24 year olds wouldn't hurt. four guys on the team older than 21 rn

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Post by glenhogan21 » Thu Dec 26 11:21 pm

Nice goal! stripping future bulldog while shorthanded.


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Post by younggopherdiehard » Tue Dec 31 9:13 am

tBob can start talking with Sophomores tomorrow. I am guessing a few calls will be made down to Shattuck (Fleming & Chesley).



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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by Davey J. » Wed Jan 01 9:09 am

I heard last night that Ryan Chesley has all but rejected the Gophers already and that STA’s Tyler Grahme is down to Notre Dame or Wisconsin.

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by SkiUMah » Fri Jan 03 4:58 pm

Davey J. wrote:
Wed Jan 01 9:09 am
I heard last night that Ryan Chesley has all but rejected the Gophers already and that STA’s Tyler Grahme is down to Notre Dame or Wisconsin.
Same source as your Brink information? :lol:

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by Bertogliat » Fri Jan 03 6:19 pm

Davey J. wrote:
Wed Jan 01 9:09 am
I heard last night that Ryan Chesley has all but rejected the Gophers already and that STA’s Tyler Grahme is down to Notre Dame or Wisconsin.
You heard on Dec 31st that a potential recruit has all but rejected the Gophers before the Gophers had even made 1st contact with the kid?

Even if that is true he’d have to be fairly confident in his scholarship offers from other schools....before having had first contact with said schools.

This doesn’t sound a little fishy?

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Post by gopherfun83 » Fri Jan 03 7:43 pm

Any news of where Charlie Strobel is playing next year?
He looks great against Edina tonight and the game a couple of weeks ago against Blaine.

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Post by gopherfun83 » Fri Jan 03 7:44 pm

Charlie Strobel had 1 goal and 1 assist in the game. The rematch is tonight at Braemer. He seems like the type of player Bob would go after.
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Post by glenhogan21 » Fri Jan 03 8:40 pm



Jake Martin now listed uncommitted.

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Post by overtheboards » Sun Jan 05 1:35 pm

gopherfun83 wrote:
Fri Jan 03 7:44 pm
Charlie Strobel had 1 goal and 1 assist in the game. The rematch is tonight at Braemer. He seems like the type of player Bob would go after.
He could be a serious player, tons of potential IMO

edit: mistake, thought you meant Charlie Stramel

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by Davey J. » Sun Jan 05 6:03 pm

SkiUMah wrote:
Fri Jan 03 4:58 pm
Davey J. wrote:
Wed Jan 01 9:09 am
I heard last night that Ryan Chesley has all but rejected the Gophers already and that STA’s Tyler Grahme is down to Notre Dame or Wisconsin.
Same source as your Brink information? :lol:
Nope.

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by Davey J. » Sun Jan 05 6:04 pm

Bertogliat wrote:
Fri Jan 03 6:19 pm
Davey J. wrote:
Wed Jan 01 9:09 am
I heard last night that Ryan Chesley has all but rejected the Gophers already and that STA’s Tyler Grahme is down to Notre Dame or Wisconsin.
You heard on Dec 31st that a potential recruit has all but rejected the Gophers before the Gophers had even made 1st contact with the kid?

Even if that is true he’d have to be fairly confident in his scholarship offers from other schools....before having had first contact with said schools.

This doesn’t sound a little fishy?
Maybe rejected is the wrong word...not interested is more accurate.

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Post by glenhogan21 » Sun Jan 05 8:59 pm

Anyone hearing anything about Jackson Hallum, what schools are interested in him?

Or anyone see Xander Lamppa play this year? Putting up solid numbers, haven’t seen him since last year.

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Post by overtheboards » Mon Jan 06 7:28 pm

Bertogliat wrote:
Fri Jan 03 6:19 pm
Davey J. wrote:
Wed Jan 01 9:09 am
I heard last night that Ryan Chesley has all but rejected the Gophers already and that STA’s Tyler Grahme is down to Notre Dame or Wisconsin.
You heard on Dec 31st that a potential recruit has all but rejected the Gophers before the Gophers had even made 1st contact with the kid?

Even if that is true he’d have to be fairly confident in his scholarship offers from other schools....before having had first contact with said schools.

This doesn’t sound a little fishy?
I think these new recruiting rules just means advisors have more to do behind the scenes than ever

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Post by overtheboards » Mon Jan 06 7:29 pm

glenhogan21 wrote:
Sun Jan 05 8:59 pm
Anyone hearing anything about Jackson Hallum, what schools are interested in him?

Or anyone see Xander Lamppa play this year? Putting up solid numbers, haven’t seen him since last year.
Watched a couple games of his this year, I think solid is a good word for him, doesn't blow me away but could be a piece to add if he aged out of junior and plays middle-six depth type role in d1

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Post by D2D » Fri Jan 10 12:43 pm

Class of 2016? :lol:

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Post by MM218Gopher » Fri Jan 10 10:09 pm

Hope MN takes a shot at Landon Parker-EGF. Have watched him for a long time and seen him a couple of times this year. He would look great in Maroon and Gold. Have heard several schools have been after him. Hate to see him go to Hawks. Been battling injury since freshman year but looks like that's behind him.
Would also love to see Luke Gramer change from N Michigan to MN. Kid is the real deal.

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Post by gopherfun83 » Sat Jan 11 4:31 pm

MM218Gopher wrote:
Fri Jan 10 10:09 pm
Hope MN takes a shot at Landon Parker-EGF. Have watched him for a long time and seen him a couple of times this year. He would look great in Maroon and Gold. Have heard several schools have been after him. Hate to see him go to Hawks. Been battling injury since freshman year but looks like that's behind him.
Would also love to see Luke Gramer change from N Michigan to MN. Kid is the real deal.
Toatally agree, also Charlie Stobel would be good and maybe flip Carsen Richels.

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Post by Cardinal » Sat Jan 11 5:21 pm

gopherfun83 wrote:
Sat Jan 11 4:31 pm
MM218Gopher wrote:
Fri Jan 10 10:09 pm
Hope MN takes a shot at Landon Parker-EGF. Have watched him for a long time and seen him a couple of times this year. He would look great in Maroon and Gold. Have heard several schools have been after him. Hate to see him go to Hawks. Been battling injury since freshman year but looks like that's behind him.
Would also love to see Luke Gramer change from N Michigan to MN. Kid is the real deal.
Toatally agree, also Charlie Stobel would be good and maybe flip Carsen Richels.
Richels signed his LOI.

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Post by bearpaw28 » Sat Jan 11 5:42 pm

Gophers have plenty of recruits in the pipeline (right now) something some people just don’t get...

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Post by gopherfun83 » Sat Jan 11 6:07 pm

It would be nice if the Gophers can get Devin Yzerman.

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by Bertogliat » Sat Jan 11 9:19 pm

Cardinal wrote:
Sat Jan 11 5:21 pm
gopherfun83 wrote:
Sat Jan 11 4:31 pm
MM218Gopher wrote:
Fri Jan 10 10:09 pm
Hope MN takes a shot at Landon Parker-EGF. Have watched him for a long time and seen him a couple of times this year. He would look great in Maroon and Gold. Have heard several schools have been after him. Hate to see him go to Hawks. Been battling injury since freshman year but looks like that's behind him.
Would also love to see Luke Gramer change from N Michigan to MN. Kid is the real deal.
Toatally agree, also Charlie Stobel would be good and maybe flip Carsen Richels.
Richels signed his LOI.
I didn’t know this. I am a little surprised. Good for him for sticking with the commitment. I am sure he’d have other offers had he waited.

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by younggopherdiehard » Mon Jan 13 9:04 am

https://www.postbulletin.com/sports/loc ... da16f.html

Article on Maddox Fleming. Also gives a little insight into the new recruiting setup and the big day Jan. 1 becomes for Sophomore.

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Post by frozen4champs » Tue Jan 14 4:24 pm

Brett Chorske is having a pretty decent year in the BCHL. Wonder if there is any interest in him.

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Post by bearpaw28 » Tue Jan 14 6:09 pm

frozen4champs wrote:
Tue Jan 14 4:24 pm
Brett Chorske is having a pretty decent year in the BCHL. Wonder if there is any interest in him.
Good kid from a great family☝️The ice sheet at Mariucci doesn’t exactly play to his strengths...so I’d say No.

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by streakygopher » Wed Jan 15 8:51 am

frozen4champs wrote:
Tue Jan 14 4:24 pm
Brett Chorske is having a pretty decent year in the BCHL. Wonder if there is any interest in him.
I saw him play a number of times during his senior year. He has good hands for a big guy and good vision. I don't think he used his physical gifts to their extreme, but if you connected the dots before a goal he often made a key play - separating a guy from the puck, a pass, or holding the zone.

He looks a bit like a giraffe on skates, but that didn't seem to be a detriment in high school.

I said then and I'll say it again. It would not surprise me if he catches on with a college team somewhere. Good for him if he does.

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Post by BlueBandit24 » Thu Jan 16 5:52 pm

Cool to see Perbix receive constructive criticism and use it positively. Should he be a Gopher, you'd figure two years in the USHL; could be a solid add.

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Post by frozen4champs » Sat Jan 18 1:42 pm

Any interest in Blaine's Cole Hansen?

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Post by outofstateoutofmind » Sat Jan 18 6:25 pm

US won their first Youth Olympic game 7-5 over Finland. Cruz Lucius had an assist. In regards to the uncommitted Minnesotans on the team, Stramel had two goals, Fleming and Snuggerud each had an assist. Snuggerud is wearing the C and Fleming has one of the A's.
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outofstateoutofmind wrote:
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US won their first Youth Olympic game 7-5 over Finland. Cruz Lucius had an assist. In regards to the uncommitted Minnesotans on the team, Stramel had two goals, Fleming and Snuggerud each had an assist. Snuggerud is wearing the C and Fleming has one of the A's.
For those with access to the Olympic Channel, keep an eye out for Youth Olympic programming. Most of it was the U.S. - Finland game yesterday.
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Post by outofstateoutofmind » Sun Jan 19 5:58 pm

US beats Switzerland 8-2 at the Youth Olympics. One assist for Lucius. A goal and two assists for Chesley. An assist each for Fleming and Snuggerud.
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Post by younggopherdiehard » Tue Jan 28 8:51 pm

Big fan of Lleyton Roed from White Bear. Looks like there was a Shawn Roed that played 1 year for the U but left for the WHL. Anyone know if it’s his Dad or Uncle?

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Post by BlueBandit24 » Tue Jan 28 9:10 pm

younggopherdiehard wrote:
Tue Jan 28 8:51 pm
Big fan of Lleyton Roed from White Bear. Looks like there was a Shawn Roed that played 1 year for the U but left for the WHL. Anyone know if it’s his Dad or Uncle?
Shawn is Lleyton's uncle.

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Post by Davey J. » Wed Jan 29 7:20 am

BlueBandit24 wrote:
Tue Jan 28 9:10 pm
younggopherdiehard wrote:
Tue Jan 28 8:51 pm
Big fan of Lleyton Roed from White Bear. Looks like there was a Shawn Roed that played 1 year for the U but left for the WHL. Anyone know if it’s his Dad or Uncle?
Shawn is Lleyton's uncle.
Correct. Shawn’s brother Peter (‘95 2nd round pick of the Sharks) is Lieyton’s dad. Leiyton is a hell of a player! Go Bears!

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Post by younggopherdiehard » Thu Jan 30 3:21 pm

Kind of interesting if true.


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Post by trixR4kids » Thu Jan 30 3:40 pm

I assume he's looking to go to a school where he gets playing time. JL is a junior (who Bob seems to like) and JM is a freshman so playing time here isn't likely next year, not to mention the third stringer. In Providence they currently have a senior goalie who's played almost every game this year and a junior backup (who hasn't played much in any of the years he's been there) so I assume they were actively looking for a goalie for next year. From his perspective that seems like an easy choice.
<GophDogFan> yep, so sad... you have a new moment, when your uncle gets mad because you got the best of him. the last straw was when i told him that UND's hockey program is like crystal pepsi: Nobody every liked it.

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Post by younggopherdiehard » Thu Jan 30 3:48 pm

trixR4kids wrote:
Thu Jan 30 3:40 pm
I assume he's looking to go to a school where he gets playing time. JL is a junior (who Bob seems to like) and JM is a freshman so playing time here isn't likely next year, not to mention the third stringer. In Providence they currently have a senior goalie who's played almost every game this year and a junior backup (who hasn't played much in any of the years he's been there) so I assume they were actively looking for a goalie for next year. From his perspective that seems like an easy choice.
The interesting piece to me was that we were even recruiting him with the goalie rotation we have for next year (which you outlined). Seems to me that we wouldn’t have any room unless it’s thought that we might lose one of them.

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Post by BlueBandit24 » Thu Jan 30 4:02 pm

As a transfer, is he sitting out 2020-2021? Waivers aside, it is possible he may not be eligible to return until at least the second half of next season, which may make more sense with Lafontaine's departure.

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Post by trixR4kids » Thu Jan 30 4:28 pm

Good point, I didn't really think about that part.
<GophDogFan> yep, so sad... you have a new moment, when your uncle gets mad because you got the best of him. the last straw was when i told him that UND's hockey program is like crystal pepsi: Nobody every liked it.

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As a transfer, is he sitting out 2020-2021? Waivers aside, it is possible he may not be eligible to return until at least the second half of next season, which may make more sense with Lafontaine's departure.
He can sit out the first half of next year, play the second half, and then have two full years remaining, or he can sit out all of next season and have three full seasons remaining.

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by BlueBandit24 » Sat Feb 01 9:57 am

Obvious connection here but I am curious what kind of attention Mack Motzko is getting. After not making a huge impact at Minnetonka, he has 22-27-49 for SCC. Playing with Warner and Perbix certainly helps but you don't produce by accident.

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by bearpaw28 » Sat Feb 01 10:44 am

BlueBandit24 wrote:
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Obvious connection here but I am curious what kind of attention Mack Motzko is getting. After not making a huge impact at Minnetonka, he has 22-27-49 for SCC. Playing with Warner and Perbix certainly helps but you don't produce by accident.
He’s a NAHL level player next year. He’s a borderline D1 or D3 player (down the road) based upon my observations the past two years.

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by DreamLoss » Mon Feb 03 11:19 am

Understood that it is definitely a long shot but I'd love for us to somehow get Joey Pierce so we can stop the trend of every high-end Hermantown player going to UMD.

I've watched him in person a few times this year and last year and he truly is the full package with size/physicality, skating and a great shot. After a year stint playing forward last year, he definitely looks more natural as a defenseman IMO.

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by bearpaw28 » Mon Feb 03 12:23 pm

If tUMD makes him a decent offer, Joey P (ultimately) will be a Bulldog, he has several friends either (already) on the team or committed to Duluth. But...for his age group, tUMD has a bunch of guys already committed, so the question is whether they’ll have room for him. ☝️Sounds like the dilemma another team that wears maroon & gold often faces 😉

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by glenhogan21 » Mon Feb 03 12:56 pm

Think we are in on Jake Martin?

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by cypressmills » Wed Feb 05 8:14 pm

Anyone know if Daniil Gushchin is NCAA eligible?

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by Goldy77 » Wed Feb 05 8:44 pm

cypressmills wrote:
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Anyone know if Daniil Gushchin is NCAA eligible?
Should be, although I think it would be surprising if he went the NCAA route.

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by Bonin21 » Mon Feb 10 11:24 am

How many end up Gophers?
Fleming (top prospect, SO)
Chesley (SO)
Jimmy Snuggerud (dad was a Gopher, FR)
Jimmy Clark (FR)
Charlie Stramel (FR)
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Post by glenhogan21 » Mon Feb 10 2:23 pm

They’ll need to save room for late developers and guys that will come in a little older. So getting the right ones vs the majority is most important. I think we’ll get Fleming and Snuggerud. Think No on Clark (He has some connection to UND??) and Chesley. No idea on Stramel.

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Post by DreamLoss » Mon Feb 10 2:31 pm

I'd probably add Brody Lamb to that list if we are talking high-end underclassmen.

My completely non-insider guess is that we get 3 of Snuggerud, Clark, Stramel & Lamb but miss out on the two SSM boys.

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Post by Bonin21 » Wed Feb 12 12:28 pm

DreamLoss wrote:
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I'd probably add Brody Lamb to that list if we are talking high-end underclassmen.
Averaging a hat trick the last 8 games lol.
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Post by overtheboards » Wed Feb 12 2:13 pm

Bonin21 wrote:
Wed Feb 12 12:28 pm
DreamLoss wrote:
Mon Feb 10 2:31 pm
I'd probably add Brody Lamb to that list if we are talking high-end underclassmen.
Averaging a hat trick the last 8 games lol.
yeah I think he's going to be one of the guys who commits ASAP once he can in August

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by glenhogan21 » Wed Feb 12 4:38 pm

how bout older kids? Top uncommitted senior Cole Hansen? Junior Jackson Hallum?

I have seen Hallum on line a handful of times and hope we can land him. Great speed and skill, once he adds some strength and plays a couple years of juniors he could be a beast.

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Post by Bonin21 » Wed Feb 12 5:16 pm

The Gophers have a ton of seniors and juniors lined up so I wouldn't expect a lot of new ones there. More likely decommitments.
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Post by glenhogan21 » Wed Feb 12 8:41 pm

Is there an argument that Cole Hansen is better than Bracinni?? Hallum better than Tussey, Joey Miller?

These days the birth year may be a bigger than graduating class with kids playing ushl so long. Hallum could play 2 years juniors post HS. Crazy when you think about it. Ben Meyers a ‘98, so is Patrick Khodorenko, Cam Morrison, Ryan Edquist

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Post by Bonin21 » Wed Feb 12 9:15 pm

I don't get what is crazy? Most players can play three years of juniors, and the late bdays get a bit unlucky and can only play two.

I feel like if there is a junior or older that commits it might be Perbix since we had heard there was interest there, he's tearing it up, and teammates with Warner and Motzko.

No idea how this forward backlog is gonna shake out. Huglen with the injury is tough. Could be a guy that isn't quite the same and ends up elsewhere.
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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by glenhogan21 » Thu Feb 13 2:48 pm

Crazy that there are 98's that are seniors, and some that are freshman. So hard to forecast classes these days. We'll see an '02 next year in Faber and other '02's in 2023.

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by BlueBandit24 » Thu Feb 13 2:58 pm

Bonin21 wrote:
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Huglen with the injury is tough. Could be a guy that isn't quite the same and ends up elsewhere.
Not to get this thread away from Potential Recruits, but Huglen is a guy I am curious about moving forward. Looked like a 2020 lock with draft status/year in USHL/Motzko connection but injury has really distorted things. May want to see him play a full year of juniors first.

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by Sioux Suck » Thu Feb 13 6:08 pm

BlueBandit24 wrote:
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Bonin21 wrote:
Wed Feb 12 9:15 pm
Huglen with the injury is tough. Could be a guy that isn't quite the same and ends up elsewhere.
Not to get this thread away from Potential Recruits, but Huglen is a guy I am curious about moving forward. Looked like a 2020 lock with draft status/year in USHL/Motzko connection but injury has really distorted things. May want to see him play a full year of juniors first.
Have read about Huglen's injury for months, and still cannot find any information. What did he injure?

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Post by Bonin21 » Thu Feb 13 6:21 pm

I think his back.

I hope he recovers. Outstate guys, especially a place like Roseau, very often turn into fan favorites.
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Post by glenhogan21 » Thu Feb 13 6:33 pm

No one sharing details. I guess he’s seen many doctors with buffalo. Sam Hentges missed most the year and had strong freshman year, we could ease him in next year since we won’t lose much from forwards. It would be very hard to not play for a year then jump into college.

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Post by glenhogan21 » Thu Feb 13 6:45 pm

Not so minor I guess, anyone know if he is skating at all now?

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by bearpaw28 » Fri Feb 14 10:47 am

bearpaw28 wrote:
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If tUMD makes him a decent offer, Joey P (ultimately) will be a Bulldog, he has several friends either (already) on the team or committed to Duluth. But...for his age group, tUMD has a bunch of guys already committed, so the question is whether they’ll have room for him. ☝️Sounds like the dilemma another team that wears maroon & gold often faces 😉
Evidently....they made him a good offer 😉 :biggrin2:

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Post by gopherfun83 » Fri Mar 06 11:23 pm

Charlie Strobel, hopefully the Gophers get this guy.

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by WiscSucks » Sat Mar 07 8:08 am

gopherfun83 wrote:
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Charlie Strobel, hopefully the Gophers get this guy.
The Strobel family is all over HM and getting kids to Wisc. Even Godbout, a legacy player is headed to wisc, which is just gross.

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Post by gopherfun83 » Sat Mar 07 8:27 am

Motzco is fully aware of Charlie Strobel. He will be playing in the championship game tonight. If the Gophers lose out on him it will be very disappointing.

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Re: Potential Future Recruits - Part II

Post by puckluck » Sat Mar 07 8:53 am

Probably not that great of a chance getting Charlie to the U. Based on his post game interview alone he seems very proud to follow in his dad’s steps, etc., etc. so one would have to figure he ends up at Wisconsin.

This is the first that I’ve seen Hallum play. I think he would be a great player for us. Not for continually scoring necessarily but for his skating speed and ability to relieve pressure and exit the zone. His poise, speed and playmaking ability make him a great complimentary line mate for guys that can finish.

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