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Re: 2002's

anon
Here you go http://collegehockeyinc.com/commitments.php
sort by starting year and will have to look through the 20-21 year to find them, but there are a bunch.



Thank you for sharing,
looks like the great Fed only has the two kids listed in the original post so far,

couple of others were part time Westchester players

Re: 2002's

Zero... None, Nada. College commit? 02? Really...? Means nothing, check the college rosters, almost no one under 21 is playing, and that's as a freshman... So a commit to a 15 year old? Play the lottery, same chance of winning.

Re: 2002's

PA- Leese
Zero... None, Nada. College commit? 02? Really...? Means nothing, check the college rosters, almost no one under 21 is playing, and that's as a freshman... So a commit to a 15 year old? Play the lottery, same chance of winning.


Funny how clueless you are...avg at BC/BU is 20yr 4 months. Thats average.

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