Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Wednesday News and Notes

Brandon Bahnemann hopes to play in the USHL.

USHL extends their agreement with Reebok/CCM.

Clarke's First Goal Makes History For Kings.
Noah Clarke became the first native Southern Californian to score a goal for the Los Angeles Kings.

Maine's Purcell Shines In Freshman Season.
For the Black Bears, the game, which snapped a three-game home losing streak, marked not only the changing of tides but confirmed what so made had already known — Purcell is the real deal.

Black Hawks to Raise Money for "Give Kids The World."

Thanks to WCH for these links:

NHL teams calling for Piskula.
A personnel scout for an NHL team said recently that no less than 15 teams will be seeking to sign the 6-foot-3, 210-pound junior. Pro teams are still looking to restock their rosters with mobile, skilled defensemen in the wake of rules changes that crack down on interference.

NHL teams looking to sign Steve Wagner from MSU?
Will the NHL steal away any underclassmen? The pros grabbed three Mavericks last offseason. Word is there are a few teams that have their eyes on junior defenseman Steve Wagner, who had a breakout season and finished second on the team in scoring with 29 points.
Former Gambler, Matt Greene, is getting extra ice time in Edmonton due to injuries.

Ohio's Dennis Urban has committed to Robert Morris University for 2007 season. Urban becomes the 6th Jr. Blue Jacket to make his college choice this season. posted a video of one of Jared Brown's goals. Very nice move.

Also, Steve Silva's goal that brings the teddy bears.

Peter Lenes (Sioux City) was named Vermont's athlete of the week.

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