Interview: Kevin Lassman on Choosing Hobart

Posted on November 30, 2019

Connecticut Jr. Rangers defenseman Kevin Lassman recently committed to Hobart. The Florida native has seven points (1g-6a-7pts) in 19 games this season for the Rangers. Prior to joining the Rangers in the NCDC, Lassman played at Williston Northhampton. “Puck-moving defender that plays a rugged game on the back-end,” our scouts said. “Constantly involved in the…

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Interview: Alex Jefferies Talks His Decision To Stick With Merrimack

Posted on November 28, 2019

Alex Jefferies is projected to be one of the top players in New England prep hockey this winter. After a 57-point campaign for Gunnery last season, Jefferies is seeing his stock skyrocket this season. We recently upgraded Jefferies’ star rating to 4.5-stars here at Neutral Zone. NHL scouts watched him play midgets in the fall…

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Interview: Jordan Power On His Commitment to Clarkson

Posted on November 22, 2019

Earlier this week, Jordan Power signed his NLI to play his college hockey at Clarkson. Originally a St. Lawrence commit, the 2001-born defenseman has 13 points (all assists) in 16 games for the Lincoln Stars (USHL) this season. Neutral Zone scouts have praised his abilities on the breakout. “He’s a polished skater with four-way mobility…

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Interview: Anton Rubtsov’s Travels Take Him To Alaska

Posted on November 21, 2019

Anton Rubtsov is well-traveled. The Russian-born forward has played hockey in his native country, as well as Latvia, Sweden, and now in the United States where he’s in his second season with the Shreveport Mudbugs of the NAHL. Earlier this week, Rubtsov committed to Alaska-Fairbanks. The 1999-born forward has three points in six games this…

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Interview: Goaltender Ryan Wilson Talks His Commitment to Army

Posted on November 20, 2019

Earlier this week, goaltender Ryan Wilson #1 (L, 6’2″, 180, Springfield Jr. Blues, 06/20/2000) committed to Army. A Connecticut native, Wilson is in his first season with the Springfield Jr. Blues (NAHL) after an outstanding prep career at the Northwood School and Proctor Academy. In 15 games this season, Wilson is sporting a 2.84 GAA…

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Interview: Henry Molson On His Commitment to Colby

Posted on November 13, 2019

Colby College recently received a commitment from Taft forward Henry Molson, who is a Quebec native but also spends a lot of time in the summer in the Maine area. Molson will enter his second year at Taft this upcoming season; last year, in his first year with the program, he recorded 12 points (5…

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Interview: Luke Weilandt Talks His Commitment to Merrimack

Posted on November 9, 2019

Merrimack received a commitment from 4-star winger Luke Weilandt last month. The Illinois native, in his first year as a USHL player, has five points (2 goals, 3 assists) in eight games.  “Weilandt is an underrated prospect who is stocky, strong on his skates and has a powerful snap shot that he disguises well and…

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Interview: Tyrell Boucher On His Commitment to Alaska-Anchorage

Posted on November 7, 2019

Earlier this week, Tyrell Boucher committed to Alaska-Anchorage. The ’99-born defenseman is currently in his first season in the BCHL after spending the last three seasons in the AJHL, playing in his home province. In 23 games thus far with the Cowichan Valley Capitals, Boucher has a pair of goals and has added 18 assists…

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Interview: Chris Aarons Hopes To Turn Championship Season Into College Commitment

Posted on October 15, 2019

Last season, Chris Aarons helped lead the NH Avalanche to an EHL championship and the New York native is hoping to do the same thing this season now that he’s a captain. Aarons came up through the youth system in New York and eventually got the chance to play at Trinity-Pawling. Aarons is hoping to…

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Interview: Regula Makes The Switch to D, Lands at Ohio State

Posted on October 7, 2019

If you asked incoming Ohio State freshman C.J. Regula if he would have been on the Buckeyes roster as a D two years ago, he might have looked at you sideways. That’s because Regula was a forward in the NAHL for the Minnesota Wilderness. He played some defense prior to high school hockey at Cranbrook…

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