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Gems
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Post by Gems » Wed Aug 15, 2012 5:03 pm

pioneers wrote:
Nobodyonya wrote:
SuperStar wrote:Jimmy Tich, Hill Murray, off to the NORPAC league, From what I understand
Haven't heard this players name before. What's his background?
He was a fourth line player last year. Although he did make one of the High performance teams in the spring.
I think he played on the third line at state.

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Post by pioneers » Wed Aug 15, 2012 8:11 pm

Pioneers 1983, 1991 and 2008 State Champions

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Post by The Exiled One » Tue Aug 21, 2012 2:39 pm

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Class Pos Player              Previous Team    New Team
So    D   Jack Walker         Edina            Victoria-WHL
So    D   Keegan Iverson      Breck            Portland-WHL
So    F   Paul Bittner        Crookston        Portland-WHL
Jr    D   Jack Glover         BSM              NTDP
Jr    D   Ryan Collins        BSM              NTDP
Sr    G   Justin Quale        BSM              Unknown
Sr    D   Marshall Tema       St. Louis Park   Wichita Falls-NAHL
Sr    D   Connor Chambers     River Lakes      Dallas Stars-AAA
Sr    D   Blake Heinrich      Hill-Murray      Sioux City-USHL (Minnesota-Duluth)
Sr    D   Jordan Gross        Maple Grove      Green Bay-USHL (Notre Dame)
Sr    D   Michael Brodzinski  Blaine           Muskegon-USHL (Minnesota)
Sr    F   Jake Ahlgren        Fergus Falls     Sioux Falls-USHL 
Sr    F   Johnny Wiitala      Lakeville South  Waterloo-USHL
Sr    F   Louie Nanne         Edina            Penticton-BCHL (Minnesota)
Sr    F   Jake Guentzel       Hill-Murray      Sioux City-USHL (Nebraska-Omaha)
Sr    F   Vinnie Letteri      Minnetonka       Lincoln-USHL (Minnesota)
Sr    F   Connor Valesano     Duluth East      Sioux Falls-USHL
I took Walker and Hurley off the list as I still don't have confirmation that they've moved on to the WHL or the USHL respectively. I noticed that neither is on an Elite League roster though, but it could be they are just considered too young.
Last edited by The Exiled One on Fri Oct 05, 2012 11:34 am, edited 3 times in total.

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Post by goaliewithfoggedglasses » Tue Aug 21, 2012 3:20 pm

The Exiled One wrote: I took Walker and Hurley off the list as I still don't have confirmation that they've moved on to the WHL or the USHL respectively. I noticed that neither is on an Elite League roster though, but it could be they are just considered too young.
The Hub has Hurley listed on the Team Southwest roster.

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Post by The Exiled One » Tue Aug 21, 2012 4:27 pm

goaliewithfoggedglasses wrote:
The Exiled One wrote: I took Walker and Hurley off the list as I still don't have confirmation that they've moved on to the WHL or the USHL respectively. I noticed that neither is on an Elite League roster though, but it could be they are just considered too young.
The Hub has Hurley listed on the Team Southwest roster.
Got it, thanks. I must've read too quickly!

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Post by Sartellcelly » Tue Aug 21, 2012 4:28 pm

List Tich, Lang, Tema? I think some others too. Is there a Barnes at Burnsville that's leaving for the NA?

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Post by green4 » Tue Aug 21, 2012 6:57 pm

http://www.victoriaroyals.com/article/w ... new-season

this article is on bennie walker but near the bottom it states that jack walker is coming out to victoria for camp hoping to make the team

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Post by The Exiled One » Wed Aug 22, 2012 10:24 pm

It looks like Jack made the team. He's back on the list.

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Post by Bluewhitefan » Thu Aug 23, 2012 9:28 am

The Exiled One wrote:It looks like Jack made the team. He's back on the list.
Where does it say that he made the team? Still unconfirmed I'd say.

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Post by The Exiled One » Thu Aug 23, 2012 9:35 am

Bluewhitefan wrote:
The Exiled One wrote:It looks like Jack made the team. He's back on the list.
Where does it say that he made the team? Still unconfirmed I'd say.
https://twitter.com/JMcCarthyFC/status/ ... 9258246144
https://twitter.com/S_Naas8/status/238130583581110272

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Post by edgeUcated » Thu Aug 23, 2012 2:45 pm

Gone but not forgotten --- I always love that one :roll: He will be missed -- never get those HS glory years back though

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Post by Bluewhitefan » Thu Aug 23, 2012 3:52 pm

The Exiled One wrote:
Bluewhitefan wrote:
The Exiled One wrote:It looks like Jack made the team. He's back on the list.
Where does it say that he made the team? Still unconfirmed I'd say.
https://twitter.com/JMcCarthyFC/status/ ... 9258246144
https://twitter.com/S_Naas8/status/238130583581110272
Never mind

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Post by xy » Sat Aug 25, 2012 8:07 pm

This is not meant in any way to be a knock on the kids or the family - I have absolutely no connection to the situation and no idea what factors they considered, and I don't doubt for a second that they made this decision after a lot of thought - but does anyone have any idea why the Walker kids have completely rejected the prospect of college hockey? Again, I'm in no way saying they did anything wrong, and I really hope they have success and everything works out for them, but it does strike me as a bit odd - the older one has already been passed over in the NHL draft twice and is obviously no sure thing, and the impression I've gotten is that the younger one, while extremely highly skilled, might have questions regarding his size in the long run, and seems more like someone who'd be a good four-year college player. It just seems from a distance like these weren't kids in a situation where the junior hockey in Canada is the logical choice (like Peter Mueller was, for example).

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Post by scorekeeper » Sun Aug 26, 2012 12:21 am

xy wrote:This is not meant in any way to be a knock on the kids or the family - I have absolutely no connection to the situation and no idea what factors they considered, and I don't doubt for a second that they made this decision after a lot of thought - but does anyone have any idea why the Walker kids have completely rejected the prospect of college hockey? Again, I'm in no way saying they did anything wrong, and I really hope they have success and everything works out for them, but it does strike me as a bit odd - the older one has already been passed over in the NHL draft twice and is obviously no sure thing, and the impression I've gotten is that the younger one, while extremely highly skilled, might have questions regarding his size in the long run, and seems more like someone who'd be a good four-year college player. It just seems from a distance like these weren't kids in a situation where the junior hockey in Canada is the logical choice (like Peter Mueller was, for example).
Seems absolutely logical. Both are securing their education while playing hockey. Its a win-win for them

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Post by observer » Sun Aug 26, 2012 2:10 am

Seems absolutely logical. Both are securing their education while playing hockey. Its a win-win for them
Are you saying go to school to watch hockey?

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Post by mulefarm » Thu Aug 30, 2012 2:17 pm

Will Bischoff stay in Omaha for the whole season?

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Post by shooter803 » Thu Aug 30, 2012 2:22 pm

I heard Jake will be back to play H.S. this season - great news for the Thunderhawks

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Post by TheHockeyDJ » Thu Aug 30, 2012 4:41 pm

mulefarm wrote:Will Bischoff stay in Omaha for the whole season?
No, he's already committed to play his senior year at Grand Rapids.
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Post by Tigers33 » Thu Aug 30, 2012 5:43 pm

Do edina kids really need a college education?

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Post by 57special » Fri Aug 31, 2012 9:19 am

xy wrote:This is not meant in any way to be a knock on the kids or the family - I have absolutely no connection to the situation and no idea what factors they considered, and I don't doubt for a second that they made this decision after a lot of thought - but does anyone have any idea why the Walker kids have completely rejected the prospect of college hockey? Again, I'm in no way saying they did anything wrong, and I really hope they have success and everything works out for them, but it does strike me as a bit odd - the older one has already been passed over in the NHL draft twice and is obviously no sure thing, and the impression I've gotten is that the younger one, while extremely highly skilled, might have questions regarding his size in the long run, and seems more like someone who'd be a good four-year college player. It just seems from a distance like these weren't kids in a situation where the junior hockey in Canada is the logical choice (like Peter Mueller was, for example).
Academics not their forte.

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Post by edgeUcated » Fri Aug 31, 2012 8:01 pm

Tigers33 wrote:Do edina kids really need a college education?
Do edina kids really need a high school education? :lol:

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Post by bafata88 » Fri Aug 31, 2012 10:19 pm

57special wrote:
xy wrote:This is not meant in any way to be a knock on the kids or the family - I have absolutely no connection to the situation and no idea what factors they considered, and I don't doubt for a second that they made this decision after a lot of thought - but does anyone have any idea why the Walker kids have completely rejected the prospect of college hockey? Again, I'm in no way saying they did anything wrong, and I really hope they have success and everything works out for them, but it does strike me as a bit odd - the older one has already been passed over in the NHL draft twice and is obviously no sure thing, and the impression I've gotten is that the younger one, while extremely highly skilled, might have questions regarding his size in the long run, and seems more like someone who'd be a good four-year college player. It just seems from a distance like these weren't kids in a situation where the junior hockey in Canada is the logical choice (like Peter Mueller was, for example).
Academics not their forte.
And you are in such a great position to share someone's alleged weaknesses with the world? Save this kind of stuff for the rink when you are standing with your buddies behind the boards off in the corner near the net.

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Post by Tuuk2score » Mon Sep 03, 2012 10:13 pm

Most everybody want's all the above !!!

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Post by The Exiled One » Fri Oct 05, 2012 11:44 am

The final numbers are in...

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Class Pos Player              Previous Team    New Team
So    D   Jack Walker         Edina            Victoria-WHL
So    D   Keegan Iverson      Breck            Portland-WHL
So    F   Paul Bittner        Crookston        Portland-WHL
Jr    D   Jack Glover         BSM              NTDP
Jr    D   Ryan Collins        BSM              NTDP
Sr    G   Justin Quale        BSM              Unknown
Sr    D   Marshall Tema       St. Louis Park   Wichita Falls-NAHL
Sr    D   Connor Chambers     River Lakes      Dallas Stars-AAA
Sr    D   Blake Heinrich      Hill-Murray      Sioux City-USHL (Minnesota-Duluth)
Sr    D   Jordan Gross        Maple Grove      Green Bay-USHL (Notre Dame)
Sr    D   Michael Brodzinski  Blaine           Muskegon-USHL (Minnesota)
Sr    F   Sean Lang           Apple Valley     Coulee Region-NAHL
Sr    F   Jimmy Tich          Hill-Murray      Yellowstone-AWHL
Sr    F   Jake Ahlgren        Fergus Falls     Sioux Falls-USHL 
Sr    F   Johnny Wiitala      Lakeville South  Waterloo-USHL
Sr    F   Louie Nanne         Edina            Penticton-BCHL (Minnesota)
Sr    F   Jake Guentzel       Hill-Murray      Sioux City-USHL (Nebraska-Omaha)
Sr    F   Vinnie Letteri      Minnetonka       Lincoln-USHL (Minnesota)
Sr    F   Connor Valesano     Duluth East      Sioux Falls-USHL
19, which is lower than the past couple of seasons.

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Post by observer » Fri Oct 05, 2012 12:35 pm

Lower number but higher quality destinations for the most part.

These are only new departures as some others are gone for their second season.

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