Thursday, April 26, 2007

News and Notes

Lincoln's Chad Langlais has given his LOI (Letter of Intent) to play for Michigan next fall.

"Chad Langlais is an offensive defenseman who has been a point producer in the USHL for two years," said assistant coach Billy Powers. "He is a local Michigan high school product from Cranbrook Kingwood -- he played and graduated from there. After that he spent two years in the USHL with Lincoln. He will be the veteran among our freshman group next season. Chad should be able to step in and contribute right away based on his quality of play and his experience."
Q & A with North Dakota recruit and current Gambler Derrick LaPoint.

An ESPN article featuring Thomas Vanek.

Stampede have every scenario figured out for the 2nd round in the West playoffs. It's a nice way to see when your team may be playing.

The East has their 2nd round schedule done.

#1 seed: Waterloo Black Hawks May 2nd: Waterloo @ Indiana
#2 seed: Cedar Rapids RoughRiders May 4th: Indiana @ Cedar Rapids
#3 seed: Indiana Ice May 5th: Cedar Rapids @ Waterloo


Anonymous said...

Chad Langlais is one of the biggest crybabies I've ever seen play hockey. He spends more time whining about calls than paying attention to the puck.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, right. That's why he got a D-1 scholorship. College coaches can never have enough crybabies.

What a dork. Nice post.