Q&A: Matt Kidney, Salve Regina

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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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Q&A: Peyton Frantti, St. Norbert Recruit

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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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Q&A: Kendrick Frost, Army

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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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Q&A: George Grannis, Clarkson Recrit

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George Grannis grew up playing in the Twin Cities before moving to Duluth, Minn., where he played for Duluth Marshall for two seasons. Over 25 games last year he scored 16 goals and 46 points, and in the same span he potted 29 goals and 52 points this season while captaining the team. Grannis also …

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Colin Bilek Follows Family To Armed Forces

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by Jashvina Shah The moment Colin Bilek’s leg broke, he thought he was never meant to play junior hockey. “I feel like this is a one in a million thing,” Bilek says. Bilek wanted to play college hockey since he was a child watching the Great Lakes Invitational — comprised of Michigan, Michigan Tech, Michigan …

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Q&A: Sean Donaldson, UConn Recruit

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Sean Donaldson recently committed to UConn. The ’01 has spent the past two seasons with the Burnaby Winter Club. Last season he averaged over a goal per game and finished with 66 points. Next season, Donaldson will join the Trail Smoke Eaters. The forward is slated to attend UConn in 2020. Neutral Zone chatted with …

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Christian Berger Follows Brotherly Advice

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by Jashvina Shah Growing up the youngest of five siblings has some perks. For Christian Berger, the youngest of five boys, it meant receiving one piece of valuable advice: There’s no need to rush. Entering the 2017-18 season, Berger decided between playing in the USHL or AAA in St. Louis. Originally, Berger wanted to play …

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