Q&A: Christian Sarlo, RPI Recruit

Posted on July 18, 2018

Christian Sarlo was born in New York and played most of his youth hockey in New Jersey for the North Jersey Avalanche. After splitting last year between the T1EHL and the AYHL, he also spent a game with the Islanders Hockey Club. He recently committed to RPI, where he plans on matriculating in 2020. Neutral…

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After College Commitment Path, Sebrango Chooses Kitchener

Posted on July 11, 2018

by Jashvina Shah On April 7, Donovan Sebrango received a text from his mother telling him the Kitchener Rangers selected Sebrango 40th overall in the OHL Draft. But there was one slight issue — Sebgrango was already committed to play college hockey at Boston University. Growing up in Kingston, Ontario, Sebrango’s only exposure of next-tier…

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Q&A: Cam Kuhl, SUNY-Plattsburgh Recruit

Posted on July 9, 2018

Cam Kuhl recently committed to SUNY-Plattsburgh. He spent the last two years playing for the NAHL and also has BCHL and USPHL experience. Neutral Zone caught up with Kuhl to ask about the recruiting process, his youth hockey experience and more. Neutral Zone: How and when did you start playing hockey? Cam Kuhl: My dad…

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Snider Hockey Breaks Barriers for Underprivileged Children

Posted on June 29, 2018

by Jashvina Shah When he graduated from high school in 2015, Diquan Jackson wanted to attend West Chester. But his grades weren’t good enough, so he enrolled in the Community College of Philadelphia and became a part-time coach at Snider Hockey. Jackson joined Snider Hockey in 2008 as a player and started skating at Scanlon…

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Q&A: Matt Kidney, Salve Regina

Posted on June 21, 2018

Matt Kidney grew up in Middletown, N.J., where he played hockey until departing to Wilkes Barre in the NAHL. Kidney, who scored 47 points in 57 games last year, recently committed to Salve Regina. Neutral Zone caught up with Kidney to talk about his youth hockey experience and more. Neutral Zone: How and when did…

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Like Las Vegas, Fargo Finds Renewed Energy in Second-Chance Players En Route to First Clark Cup Championship

Posted on June 12, 2018

by Jashvina Shah On May 11, 2018, the first day of the Clark Cup final, Griffin Loughran and Ty Farmer stared into Youngstown’s bench. Fans were packed into Scheels Arena, giving Fargo’s rink the loudest atmosphere it housed all year. It made sense, as the puck was about to drop on Fargo’s fourth-ever Clark Cup…

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Q&A: Peyton Frantti, St. Norbert Recruit

Posted on June 3, 2018

Peyton Frantti spent three seasons at Culver before joining the NAHL. After putting up 48 points in 60 games during the 2017-18 season, he committed to St. Norbert. The Illinois native spent two seasons in the NAHL, split between the Topeka Roadrunners and the Odessa Jackalopes. Neutral Zone caught up with Frantti to talk about…

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Luke Tuch Follows His Brother to Opposite Side of Commonwealth Avenue

Posted on May 31, 2018

by Jashvina Shah Carl and Sharon Tuch are cheering for the Golden Knights right now. Just a few years ago they were cheering for Boston College, and in a few years they’ll be rooting for its rival, Boston University. They’ve always cheered for their children, no matter what the school. So when their son Alex…

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From Following a Path to Forging His Own

Posted on May 29, 2018

by Jashvina Shah Ever since he was little, Garrett Klee has been surrounded by hockey. His house was littered with mini sticks, he was always ducking in and out of rinks, and his earliest memory of hockey consisted of him, his dad and his brothers skating on a sheet of rented ice, precious moments tucked…

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Q&A: Kendrick Frost, Army

Posted on May 14, 2018

Kendrick Frost grew up playing hockey in Kansas City, Mo., where he played for Omaha for three seasons. This year, Frost moved to New York to play for the Syracuse Jr. Stars of the NCDC. The ’99, who transitioned from defense to forward a few years ago, scored 36 points this season and earned a…

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