Monday, November 20, 2006

HHM - Happy Hockey Monday *New Stuff as of 9:15am Today*


Maine Loses to BC in OT - probably not very news worthy to most of you out there but I think this sets us up for a good game against BC on Wednesday in which our 'Cats can put themselves firmly out in front, well that and a REMATCH AGAINST UMASS... I CAN'T WAIT!

Recruits: "I'm so excited! That I just can't hide it..."

Mike Borisenok - after being cut loose by his USHL team last year he was picked up by the Green Bay Gamblers of the USHL. He has already matched last years point totals in a quarter of the games with 3 goals and 6 points. Some may remember another UNH recruit that played for the Gamblers, goaltender, Ty Conklin.

Philip DeSimone - in just 13 games this year he has 8 goals and 20 points (Last Year he had 15 and 53 in 60 games) at this pace he could look to put up more than 80 points.

"Big" Will O'Neill - Drafted by Atlanta - don't know much about him but he has 1g, 1a in 12 games this year. He should be a welcome addition to our 'Cats.

James VanRiemsdyk - last check puts him at 4g and 8p in 4 games for the U-18 team. Look for more of the same. * As of 11-01-06... 16gp, 14g, 9a, 23pts, 20pm - Leads the team in scoring!* YIKES! WOO HOO FOR UNH!!!


Steve Moses - putting up solid numbers with 9g, 11a in 23 games. He plays a very good game and I look forward to seeing more of this forward.

Greg Burke - finally got in the scoring column with 1g, 4a. His name is only going to be showing up more and more frequently in that column.

Paul Thompson - added 3 more points to his excellent numbers for 24g and 20a in 21 games! He will undoubtably find the same touch here.

I don't know about you but I'm excited.

Some outlooks for The UNH Hockey Blog:

Get ALL the alumni that are playing pro in the noteable tracking chart.

Eventually get some more connectivity in the chart to be able to click through/link out and start adding UNH records.

Suggestions for improvement?


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