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NCDC Division I Commit

Michal Stinil (South Shore Kings) commits to AIC. Czech-born ‘99 received NHL Draft consideration last year. Skating is best asset. Sees the ice well. 25-25–50 in 46 USPHL NCDC games this season.

Played USPHL Premier last year and NCDC this year. No other experience in States, no other league can "claim" him.

Tell us why this one doesn't count.

And, he's not the only one.

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good player. plays well in big games. single handily beat the hitmen in playoffs 2 years ago. good pick up by AIC.

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Anon
Michal Stinil (South Shore Kings) commits to AIC. Czech-born ‘99 received NHL Draft consideration last year. Skating is best asset. Sees the ice well. 25-25–50 in 46 USPHL NCDC games this season.

Played USPHL Premier last year and NCDC this year. No other experience in States, no other league can "claim" him.

Tell us why this one doesn't count.

And, he's not the only one.
Isn't AIC an insurance company?

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Anon
Michal Stinil (South Shore Kings) commits to AIC. Czech-born ‘99 received NHL Draft consideration last year. Skating is best asset. Sees the ice well. 25-25–50 in 46 USPHL NCDC games this season.

Played USPHL Premier last year and NCDC this year. No other experience in States, no other league can "claim" him.

Tell us why this one doesn't count.

And, he's not the only one.
If you want to count this one, by all means, go ahead. A 99" committing to AIC, heck you'll get some of the club hockey wackos saying their kid's club team is better than them, or at least more people go to the club game :)

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Anon
Anon
Michal Stinil (South Shore Kings) commits to AIC. Czech-born ‘99 received NHL Draft consideration last year. Skating is best asset. Sees the ice well. 25-25–50 in 46 USPHL NCDC games this season.

Played USPHL Premier last year and NCDC this year. No other experience in States, no other league can \"claim\" him.

Tell us why this one doesn\'t count.

And, he\'s not the only one.
If you want to count this one, by all means, go ahead. A 99" committing to AIC, heck you'll get some of the club hockey wackos saying their kid's club team is better than them, or at least more people go to the club game :)
Soooooo predictable.

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Honest question...

There are 60 D1 college hockey programs. Have any of these NCDC commits gone to even any of the top 30 D1 programs? Seems to me that the "bad" (hockey record wise) college programs are the only ones taking a look at some of the NCDC players and is it part of the reason why they are not doing well as a D1 college program? They're not looking in the right places and leagues to improve their team like the better D1 programs.

I'm not talking about the players who committed BEFORE they came into NCDC. I'm talking about players that hadn't committed until they were on a NCDC roster and played this year.

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Anon
Honest question...

There are 60 D1 college hockey programs. Have any of these NCDC commits gone to even any of the top 30 D1 programs? Seems to me that the "bad" (hockey record wise) college programs are the only ones taking a look at some of the NCDC players and is it part of the reason why they are not doing well as a D1 college program? They're not looking in the right places and leagues to improve their team like the better D1 programs.

I'm not talking about the players who committed BEFORE they came into NCDC. I'm talking about players that hadn't committed until they were on a NCDC roster and played this year.
Honest question. Can't you say practically the same thing about Prep nowadays? due to the current Arms Race, almost any Prep player getting a commit from a top 30 school lands it when they are 13 or 14. Those getting commits while at Prep aren't from Top 30 teams, and are as much about academics as hockey (Ivys, etc.). I'm sure there are exceptions. Exceptions prove the rule. That's why they are called exceptions.

And, we are entering a "generation" where those commitments are not what they were. The 2000 birth year marks the explosion of verbals. Top Hockey East schools are sitting on a powder keg of 30+ returnees and commits for the 2019/20 season.

But, the ongoing debate is, will your kid get exposure through the NCDC. The answer is yes. Not as much as at some, more than at others.

Take a look at the rosters of the four semifinalists for the Dineen Cup. Analyze when they got their commitment if it interests you that much.

At the risk of lowering myself to the Kiddie Board standing of arguing about "league," I'd put the top 5, in order, as

1. USHL
2. Top NE Prep
3. T1EHL/HPHL (very underrated in this part of the country, but the main vehicle for the rest of the country)
4. NAHL/NAPHL
5. NCDC/USPHL

One can argue 2/3/4, but I don't think any other league (EHL comes to mind) pushes ahead of NCDC/USPHL. And USHL is still the top dog.

In my opinion.

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Anon
Anon
Honest question...

There are 60 D1 college hockey programs. Have any of these NCDC commits gone to even any of the top 30 D1 programs? Seems to me that the \"bad\" (hockey record wise) college programs are the only ones taking a look at some of the NCDC players and is it part of the reason why they are not doing well as a D1 college program? They\'re not looking in the right places and leagues to improve their team like the better D1 programs.

I\'m not talking about the players who committed BEFORE they came into NCDC. I\'m talking about players that hadn\'t committed until they were on a NCDC roster and played this year.
Honest question. Can't you say practically the same thing about Prep nowadays? due to the current Arms Race, almost any Prep player getting a commit from a top 30 school lands it when they are 13 or 14. Those getting commits while at Prep aren't from Top 30 teams, and are as much about academics as hockey (Ivys, etc.). I'm sure there are exceptions. Exceptions prove the rule. That's why they are called exceptions.

And, we are entering a "generation" where those commitments are not what they were. The 2000 birth year marks the explosion of verbals. Top Hockey East schools are sitting on a powder keg of 30+ returnees and commits for the 2019/20 season.

But, the ongoing debate is, will your kid get exposure through the NCDC. The answer is yes. Not as much as at some, more than at others.

Take a look at the rosters of the four semifinalists for the Dineen Cup. Analyze when they got their commitment if it interests you that much.

At the risk of lowering myself to the Kiddie Board standing of arguing about "league," I'd put the top 5, in order, as

1. USHL
2. Top NE Prep
3. T1EHL/HPHL (very underrated in this part of the country, but the main vehicle for the rest of the country)
4. NAHL/NAPHL
5. NCDC/USPHL

One can argue 2/3/4, but I don't think any other league (EHL comes to mind) pushes ahead of NCDC/USPHL. And USHL is still the top dog.

In my opinion.
I agree with your league "rankings". The other leagues I would add right after USHL and before NE Prep is the BCHL/AJHL/OJHL leagues in Canada. Otherwise I think the list order is pretty accurate...

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This is stupid -

1. USHL
2. Top NE Prep
3. T1EHL/HPHL (very underrated in this part of the country, but the main vehicle for the rest of the country)
4. NAHL/NAPHL
5. NCDC/USPHL

Then why do so many kids move down once they finish prep hockey? Not to mention the thousand or so kids playing in the Canadian major junior leagues and lower. :upside_down_face:

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anon

This is stupid -

1. USHL
2. Top NE Prep
3. T1EHL/HPHL (very underrated in this part of the country, but the main vehicle for the rest of the country)
4. NAHL/NAPHL
5. NCDC/USPHL

Then why do so many kids move down once they finish prep hockey? Not to mention the thousand or so kids playing in the Canadian major junior leagues and lower. :upside_down_face:
You swung and missed.

The thread is about getting exposure and a D-I commitment. The prep players "move down" because that how the system works. Unless you are drafted in the 1st, 2nd round, maybe 3rd round, you aren't going straight to D-I, or probably even USHL.

Those Major Juniors players aren't playing NCAA at all, are they?

And, where are the U.S. 1st and 2nd round prospects playing the season before they are drafted?

1. USHL
2. Top NE Prep
3. T1EHL/HPHL

Get it now?

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Anon
anon

This is stupid -

1. USHL
2. Top NE Prep
3. T1EHL/HPHL (very underrated in this part of the country, but the main vehicle for the rest of the country)
4. NAHL/NAPHL
5. NCDC/USPHL

Then why do so many kids move down once they finish prep hockey? Not to mention the thousand or so kids playing in the Canadian major junior leagues and lower. :upside_down_face:
You swung and missed.

The thread is about getting exposure and a D-I commitment. The prep players "move down" because that how the system works. Unless you are drafted in the 1st, 2nd round, maybe 3rd round, you aren't going straight to D-I, or probably even USHL.

Those Major Juniors players aren't playing NCAA at all, are they?

And, where are the U.S. 1st and 2nd round prospects playing the season before they are drafted?

1. USHL
2. Top NE Prep
3. T1EHL/HPHL

Get it now?
Your completely wrong and show that you don't know what you're talking about !!! Put your bat back in your bag and don't play baseball ever again...

There's a big difference between Canadian junior hockey and Canadian MAJOR junior hockey.

Canadian junior hockey leagues like BCHL/AJHL/OJHL have tons of players that move onto NCAA D1, just look at the college rosters and what teams they came from. Most D1 college rosters are made up of players from USHL, Canadian juniors, and some NAHL.

Canadian MAJOR junior hockey (otherwise known as the CHL) does not have any players move onto NCAA because once they play in the CHL, they are ineligible for NCAA.

Players from NE Prep/T1EHL/HPL are usually moved by their college commitment coach to USHL/BCHL etc./NAHL league for at least one year (usually two years) before they sniff D1 college ice. Are there a few exceptions? Yes, but this is generally the rule, not the exception.

Boy I'm glad your not my kids parent and guiding him. Do you research and get some knowledge.......Get it now ???

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Anon
Anon
anon

This is stupid -

1. USHL
2. Top NE Prep
3. T1EHL/HPHL (very underrated in this part of the country, but the main vehicle for the rest of the country)
4. NAHL/NAPHL
5. NCDC/USPHL

Then why do so many kids move down once they finish prep hockey? Not to mention the thousand or so kids playing in the Canadian major junior leagues and lower. :upside_down_face:
You swung and missed.

The thread is about getting exposure and a D-I commitment. The prep players "move down" because that how the system works. Unless you are drafted in the 1st, 2nd round, maybe 3rd round, you aren't going straight to D-I, or probably even USHL.

Those Major Juniors players aren't playing NCAA at all, are they?

And, where are the U.S. 1st and 2nd round prospects playing the season before they are drafted?

1. USHL
2. Top NE Prep
3. T1EHL/HPHL

Get it now?
Your completely wrong and show that you don't know what you're talking about !!! Put your bat back in your bag and don't play baseball ever again...

There's a big difference between Canadian junior hockey and Canadian MAJOR junior hockey.

Canadian junior hockey leagues like BCHL/AJHL/OJHL have tons of players that move onto NCAA D1, just look at the college rosters and what teams they came from. Most D1 college rosters are made up of players from USHL, Canadian juniors, and some NAHL.

Canadian MAJOR junior hockey (otherwise known as the CHL) does not have any players move onto NCAA because once they play in the CHL, they are ineligible for NCAA.

Players from NE Prep/T1EHL/HPL are usually moved by their college commitment coach to USHL/BCHL etc./NAHL league for at least one year (usually two years) before they sniff D1 college ice. Are there a few exceptions? Yes, but this is generally the rule, not the exception.

Boy I'm glad your not my kids parent and guiding him. Do you research and get some knowledge.......Get it now ???
Sorry, but lower case anon was the one that mentioned Major Juniors. It is in the post I quoted and replied to. I wasn't replying to your post, unless you change you screen name post to post.

Not to mention the thousand or so kids playing in the Canadian major junior leagues

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You. Are. Clueless. Get a clue on the Jr system before spouting off. MCJH can’t play NHL and T1EL better than prep.

Re: NCDC Division I Commit

Anon
Michal Stinil (South Shore Kings) commits to AIC. Czech-born ‘99 received NHL Draft consideration last year. Skating is best asset. Sees the ice well. 25-25–50 in 46 USPHL NCDC games this season.

Played USPHL Premier last year and NCDC this year. No other experience in States, no other league can "claim" him.

Tell us why this one doesn't count.

And, he's not the only one.
Been a while since I have been on but good to see the NCDC continues to prove me right. Are you really making the argument that some undrafted '99 that committed to probably the worst D1 hockey program is a success story? Yes, I suppose that counts. Kind of like banging the 400 pound fat chick "counts". Congratulations. I should definitely pull my kid from the NAHL.

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NCDC Sux
Anon
Michal Stinil (South Shore Kings) commits to AIC. Czech-born ‘99 received NHL Draft consideration last year. Skating is best asset. Sees the ice well. 25-25–50 in 46 USPHL NCDC games this season.

Played USPHL Premier last year and NCDC this year. No other experience in States, no other league can \"claim\" him.

Tell us why this one doesn\'t count.

And, he\'s not the only one.
Been a while since I have been on but good to see the NCDC continues to prove me right. Are you really making the argument that some undrafted '99 that committed to probably the worst D1 hockey program is a success story? Yes, I suppose that counts. Kind of like banging the 400 pound fat chick "counts". Congratulations. I should definitely pull my kid from the NAHL.
Sooooooo predictable.

And I didn't say it was a measure of success. Just a fact. One that you keep insisting doesn't exist.

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Anon
NCDC Sux
Anon
Michal Stinil (South Shore Kings) commits to AIC. Czech-born ‘99 received NHL Draft consideration last year. Skating is best asset. Sees the ice well. 25-25–50 in 46 USPHL NCDC games this season.

Played USPHL Premier last year and NCDC this year. No other experience in States, no other league can \\\"claim\\\" him.

Tell us why this one doesn\\\'t count.

And, he\\\'s not the only one.
Been a while since I have been on but good to see the NCDC continues to prove me right. Are you really making the argument that some undrafted \'99 that committed to probably the worst D1 hockey program is a success story? Yes, I suppose that counts. Kind of like banging the 400 pound fat chick \"counts\". Congratulations. I should definitely pull my kid from the NAHL.
Sooooooo predictable.

And I didn't say it was a measure of success. Just a fact. One that you keep insisting doesn't exist.
And there have been others who have committed as well.

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Anon
Anon
NCDC Sux
Anon
Michal Stinil (South Shore Kings) commits to AIC. Czech-born ‘99 received NHL Draft consideration last year. Skating is best asset. Sees the ice well. 25-25–50 in 46 USPHL NCDC games this season.

Played USPHL Premier last year and NCDC this year. No other experience in States, no other league can \\\\\\\"claim\\\\\\\" him.

Tell us why this one doesn\\\\\\\'t count.

And, he\\\\\\\'s not the only one.
Been a while since I have been on but good to see the NCDC continues to prove me right. Are you really making the argument that some undrafted \\\'99 that committed to probably the worst D1 hockey program is a success story? Yes, I suppose that counts. Kind of like banging the 400 pound fat chick \\\"counts\\\". Congratulations. I should definitely pull my kid from the NAHL.
Sooooooo predictable.

And I didn\'t say it was a measure of success. Just a fact. One that you keep insisting doesn\'t exist.
And there have been others who have committed as well.
Who else has committed to a D1 school from that nightmare of a league this year?

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NCDC Sux
Anon
Anon
NCDC Sux
Anon
Michal Stinil (South Shore Kings) commits to AIC. Czech-born ‘99 received NHL Draft consideration last year. Skating is best asset. Sees the ice well. 25-25–50 in 46 USPHL NCDC games this season.

Played USPHL Premier last year and NCDC this year. No other experience in States, no other league can \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"claim\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" him.

Tell us why this one doesn\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t count.

And, he\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s not the only one.
Been a while since I have been on but good to see the NCDC continues to prove me right. Are you really making the argument that some undrafted \\\\\\\'99 that committed to probably the worst D1 hockey program is a success story? Yes, I suppose that counts. Kind of like banging the 400 pound fat chick \\\\\\\"counts\\\\\\\". Congratulations. I should definitely pull my kid from the NAHL.
Sooooooo predictable.

And I didn\\\'t say it was a measure of success. Just a fact. One that you keep insisting doesn\\\'t exist.
And there have been others who have committed as well.
Who else has committed to a D1 school from that nightmare of a league this year?
Go to college hockey inc or NCDC website and then get a life. Hater!!

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Anon
NCDC Sux
Anon
Anon
NCDC Sux
Anon
Michal Stinil (South Shore Kings) commits to AIC. Czech-born ‘99 received NHL Draft consideration last year. Skating is best asset. Sees the ice well. 25-25–50 in 46 USPHL NCDC games this season.

Played USPHL Premier last year and NCDC this year. No other experience in States, no other league can \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"claim\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" him.

Tell us why this one doesn\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t count.

And, he\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s not the only one.
Been a while since I have been on but good to see the NCDC continues to prove me right. Are you really making the argument that some undrafted \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'99 that committed to probably the worst D1 hockey program is a success story? Yes, I suppose that counts. Kind of like banging the 400 pound fat chick \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"counts\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\". Congratulations. I should definitely pull my kid from the NAHL.
Sooooooo predictable.

And I didn\\\\\\\'t say it was a measure of success. Just a fact. One that you keep insisting doesn\\\\\\\'t exist.
And there have been others who have committed as well.
Who else has committed to a D1 school from that nightmare of a league this year?
Go to college hockey inc or NCDC website and then get a life. Hater!!
Why don't you tell me where all the 97's on this team are going to play next season? Three of them had DI commitments and then lost them while playing for the Islanders?

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Anon
Anon
NCDC Sux
Anon
Anon
NCDC Sux
Anon
Michal Stinil (South Shore Kings) commits to AIC. Czech-born ‘99 received NHL Draft consideration last year. Skating is best asset. Sees the ice well. 25-25–50 in 46 USPHL NCDC games this season.

Played USPHL Premier last year and NCDC this year. No other experience in States, no other league can \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"claim\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" him.

Tell us why this one doesn\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t count.

And, he\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s not the only one.
Been a while since I have been on but good to see the NCDC continues to prove me right. Are you really making the argument that some undrafted \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'99 that committed to probably the worst D1 hockey program is a success story? Yes, I suppose that counts. Kind of like banging the 400 pound fat chick \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"counts\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\". Congratulations. I should definitely pull my kid from the NAHL.
Sooooooo predictable.

And I didn\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t say it was a measure of success. Just a fact. One that you keep insisting doesn\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t exist.
And there have been others who have committed as well.
Who else has committed to a D1 school from that nightmare of a league this year?
Go to college hockey inc or NCDC website and then get a life. Hater!!
Why don't you tell me where all the 97's on this team are going to play next season? Three of them had DI commitments and then lost them while playing for the Islanders?
OMG three players got decommitted!! You are so right! Why didn't we just listen to you. You don't have an agenda you are just trying to help us see the truth. Your moniker; NCDC Sux is not because you are scorned and have smallish dwarf hands it's because you care.

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Anon
Anon
Anon
NCDC Sux
Anon
Anon
NCDC Sux
Anon
Michal Stinil (South Shore Kings) commits to AIC. Czech-born ‘99 received NHL Draft consideration last year. Skating is best asset. Sees the ice well. 25-25–50 in 46 USPHL NCDC games this season.

Played USPHL Premier last year and NCDC this year. No other experience in States, no other league can \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"claim\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" him.

Tell us why this one doesn\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t count.

And, he\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s not the only one.
Been a while since I have been on but good to see the NCDC continues to prove me right. Are you really making the argument that some undrafted \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'99 that committed to probably the worst D1 hockey program is a success story? Yes, I suppose that counts. Kind of like banging the 400 pound fat chick \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"counts\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\". Congratulations. I should definitely pull my kid from the NAHL.
Sooooooo predictable.

And I didn\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t say it was a measure of success. Just a fact. One that you keep insisting doesn\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t exist.
And there have been others who have committed as well.
Who else has committed to a D1 school from that nightmare of a league this year?
Go to college hockey inc or NCDC website and then get a life. Hater!!
Why don\'t you tell me where all the 97\'s on this team are going to play next season? Three of them had DI commitments and then lost them while playing for the Islanders?
OMG three players got decommitted!! You are so right! Why didn't we just listen to you. You don't have an agenda you are just trying to help us see the truth. Your moniker; NCDC Sux is not because you are scorned and have smallish dwarf hands it's because you care.

Haha, maybe RG can write a check and get the 3 de-commits somewhere like he did for his son at Colgate.
3 decommits on one team should tell you something. They lost more D1 commits than they gained. You call that success?

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BIG news out of the Kingdom! A few of their studs just had HUGE commitments! Hobart. Skidmore. Middlebury. ANna Maria College. Connecticut College. Adrian College. Westfield State. Assumption. Yup. I’d say the NCDC is doing great!

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Anon
BIG news out of the Kingdom! A few of their studs just had HUGE commitments! Hobart. Skidmore. Middlebury. ANna Maria College. Connecticut College. Adrian College. Westfield State. Assumption. Yup. I’d say the NCDC is doing great!
Haha. Not one D1 school.

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NCDC Sux
Anon
BIG news out of the Kingdom! A few of their studs just had HUGE commitments! Hobart. Skidmore. Middlebury. ANna Maria College. Connecticut College. Adrian College. Westfield State. Assumption. Yup. I’d say the NCDC is doing great!
Haha. Not one D1 school.
No, but some pretty good academic D-III schools.

Oh, wait, that isn't what college is for.

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Anon
NCDC Sux
Anon
BIG news out of the Kingdom! A few of their studs just had HUGE commitments! Hobart. Skidmore. Middlebury. ANna Maria College. Connecticut College. Adrian College. Westfield State. Assumption. Yup. I’d say the NCDC is doing great!
Haha. Not one D1 school.
No, but some pretty good academic D-III schools.

Oh, wait, that isn't what college is for.
Absolutely, and nothing wrong with that but not the goal of true Tier 2 hockey which is not what the NCDC is.
Thank you for making my point.

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NCDC Sux
Anon
NCDC Sux
Anon
BIG news out of the Kingdom! A few of their studs just had HUGE commitments! Hobart. Skidmore. Middlebury. ANna Maria College. Connecticut College. Adrian College. Westfield State. Assumption. Yup. I’d say the NCDC is doing great!
Haha. Not one D1 school.
No, but some pretty good academic D-III schools.

Oh, wait, that isn\'t what college is for.
Absolutely, and nothing wrong with that but not the goal of true Tier 2 hockey which is not what the NCDC is.
Thank you for making my point.
Nooooo, that's what YOUR kid's goal in playing Tier 2 hockey is. It isn't everyone's.

Look up narrow-minded in a dictionary sometime.

Oh, and BTW, even if it is their goal, lots don't make it. Lots of NAHL alum play D-III. Some don't play college hockey at all.

Be sure to keep checking in and let us know which category your kid ends up fitting in.

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NCDC Sux
Anon
BIG news out of the Kingdom! A few of their studs just had HUGE commitments! Hobart. Skidmore. Middlebury. ANna Maria College. Connecticut College. Adrian College. Westfield State. Assumption. Yup. I’d say the NCDC is doing great!
Haha. Not one D1 school.
NCDC has four players on the final NHL wTch list. Off the top of my head their have been 10-15+ d1 commits out of the USPHL/NCDC. Plenty of great D3 programs. Ihc has 2-4 players going to Endicott but havent announced it as they are still hoping for a D1 slot to open up. Nothing with either end result. I applaud these kids and only wish the well.

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Anon
NCDC Sux
Anon
BIG news out of the Kingdom! A few of their studs just had HUGE commitments! Hobart. Skidmore. Middlebury. ANna Maria College. Connecticut College. Adrian College. Westfield State. Assumption. Yup. I’d say the NCDC is doing great!
Haha. Not one D1 school.
NCDC has four players on the final NHL wTch list. Off the top of my head their have been 10-15+ d1 commits out of the USPHL/NCDC. Plenty of great D3 programs. Ihc has 2-4 players going to Endicott but havent announced it as they are still hoping for a D1 slot to open up. Nothing with either end result. I applaud these kids and only wish the well.
But, but, none of those count! The league Sux! How can any of that be?

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Anon
NCDC Sux
Anon
BIG news out of the Kingdom! A few of their studs just had HUGE commitments! Hobart. Skidmore. Middlebury. ANna Maria College. Connecticut College. Adrian College. Westfield State. Assumption. Yup. I’d say the NCDC is doing great!
Haha. Not one D1 school.
NCDC has four players on the final NHL wTch list. Off the top of my head their have been 10-15+ d1 commits out of the USPHL/NCDC. Plenty of great D3 programs. Ihc has 2-4 players going to Endicott but havent announced it as they are still hoping for a D1 slot to open up. Nothing with either end result. I applaud these kids and only wish the well.
Is this even English? Thats great for IHC. Are they the same 3 that lost d1 commitments this year? Hahahahhahha

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NCDC Sux
Anon
NCDC Sux
Anon
BIG news out of the Kingdom! A few of their studs just had HUGE commitments! Hobart. Skidmore. Middlebury. ANna Maria College. Connecticut College. Adrian College. Westfield State. Assumption. Yup. I’d say the NCDC is doing great!
Haha. Not one D1 school.
NCDC has four players on the final NHL wTch list. Off the top of my head their have been 10-15+ d1 commits out of the USPHL/NCDC. Plenty of great D3 programs. Ihc has 2-4 players going to Endicott but havent announced it as they are still hoping for a D1 slot to open up. Nothing with either end result. I applaud these kids and only wish the well.
Is this even English? Thats great for IHC. Are they the same 3 that lost d1 commitments this year? Hahahahhahha
My fingers are fat like your wife and my keypad small like your brain and your schmenzer

Re: NCDC Division I Commit

Yup, and those NCDC kids will be playing along with EHL and NA3HL kids. Good for any college athlete. Bad for RG trying to market his league as Tier 2.

Re: NCDC Division I Commit

Anon
BIG news out of the Kingdom! A few of their studs just had HUGE commitments! Hobart. Skidmore. Middlebury. ANna Maria College. Connecticut College. Adrian College. Westfield State. Assumption. Yup. I’d say the NCDC is doing great!
fake news! those kids going to anna maria and those northeast 10 schools are all kids on the premier team NOT ncdc. yes some ncdc kids are going to get go nescac (Conn) or nehc (skidmore) nothing wrong with that. Great education/hockey.