The Selects program has had a long track record of success advancing players into the highest leagues in the world. From the NHL to Major Junior, Selects alumni are among the leaders in various leagues across North America. This week, we take a look across the hockey landscape to take a closer look at some of those standout performances.

The 2019 OHL Priority Draft took place on Saturday, with teams making selections for the future of their organizations. Among the 303 players drafted were a record-high 87 former Selects, with at least one alum heading to each of the 20 teams in the OHL.

Nine of the first-round picks stemmed from ‘03 East Coast Selects-O, East Coast Selects-Q and West Coast Selects teams, including third-overall selection Connor Lockhart (‘03 ECS-Q), fourth-overall selection Brandt Clarke (‘03 ECS-Q) seventh-overall selection Ben Gaudreau (‘03 ECS-O) and thirteenth-overall selection Francesco Pinelli (‘03 WCS). Selects were represented in each of the 15 rounds, with at least three alumni drafted each time through the order, and no team drafted more than the Erie Otters with eight former players. The 87 alumni chosen in 2019 is nearly twice as many as the 47 drafted a year ago and the most ever in a single CHL Draft class.

The U.S. National Team Development Program announced its U-17 roster for the 2019-20 season, with 13 Selects being named to the 23-man list. Former West Coast Selects-Green teammates at last year’s World Selects Invitational in Philly, forwards Tyler Boucher, Jack Hughes, Colby Saganiuk and Ryan St. Louis will reunite in Plymouth, Michigan, next season. They’ll be joined by fellow forwards Jack Devine, Dylan Duke, Liam Gilmartin and Jeremy Wilmer. On the back end, Sean Behrens, Ty Gallagher, Luke Hughes and Ethan Straky make up half of the defensive corps and Gibson Homer in net. In all, eight forwards, four defensemen and a goalie make the jump from Selects to the N.T.D.P.

NHL Playoffs begin this week, with 32 alumni among the 16 teams that qualified for the postseason. The second wild card in the Western Conference, Colorado heads into the playoffs with five alumni in tow, including captain Gabriel Landeskog. Columbus, Toronto and St. Louis each will have four Selects in their lineups when playoffs get underway on Wednesday.

In the OHL, Tye Felhaber (‘98 East Coast Selects-Q) was named Player of the Week after he picked up six points in two playoff games. The Ottawa 67s have a 2-0 series lead in their second-round matchup and are 6-0 in the postseason, thanks to Felhaber’s four goals and 10 points.

Raphael Lavoie (‘00 East Coast Selects-Q) was named Player of the Week in the QMJHL after he scored nine points in four playoff games. Halifax maintains a 2-0 series lead in the second round after Lavoie and the Mooseheads survived their seven-game series in round one. He leads all scorers in postseason play with 11 goals and 18 points in nine games.

Nearly a clean sweep of weekly junior hockey awards, Dylan Myskiw (‘99 Western Canada Selects) earned Goaltender of the Week honors in the WHL. He stopped 46-of-49 shots, earning two wins and a commanding second-round series lead for the Edmonton Oil Kings.

These Selects along with many other alumni have played at a high level throughout their young careers and know what it takes to stand out in front of scouts, do you? Well we’ve got five tips that can help take your game to the next level and draw the attention of evaluators HERE.

The Selects program has had a long track record of success advancing players into the highest leagues in the world. From the NHL to Major Junior, Selects alumni are among the leaders in various leagues across North America. This week, we take a look across the hockey landscape to take a closer look at some of those standout performances.

Josh Jacobs and Rem Pitlick

Former ‘96 West Coast Selects defenseman Josh Jacobs made his NHL debut with New Jersey on Thursday as well as ‘97 West Coast Selects forward Rem Pitlick, after he signed an entry-level contract with Nashville. With that, Jacobs and Pitlick became the 98th and 99th Selects alumni to play in a game during the 2018-19 NHL season. 29 of the 31 teams had at least one Selects player suit up for them this season, with the exceptions of defending Stanley Cup champion Washington and the Dallas Stars. New Jersey debuted the most, making Jacobs the eighth former Selects player to dress for the Devils.

Former East Coast Selects-O and South Kent Selects Academy forward Joel Farabee signed an entry-level contract with Philadelphia, just nine months after the Flyers selected him in the first round of the 2018 NHL Draft. Farabee led Boston University in scoring as a freshman this season with 17 goals and 36 points in 37 games and will have a shot at making the Flyers’ roster in ‘19-20.

A pair of alumni were recognized in the OHL this week, as ‘01 East Coast Selects-Q Evan Bouchard was named Player of the Week and ‘99 West Coast Selects Kyle Keyser was named Goaltender of the Week.

The 10th overall pick in the 2018 NHL Draft, Bouchard led the OHL in postseason scoring after the opening weekend with two goals and seven points in two games for the London Knights. Keyser posted his first career postseason shutout against the Peterborough Petes, winning back-to-back games and turning away 58-of-60 shots faced over the weekend.

Fellow netminder Ben Kraws was named the USHL’s Goaltender of the Week, winning each of his last three starts. The Sioux City goalie stopped 18 of the 19 shots he faced on Saturday before turning away 29 of 31 shots on Sunday to help his team earn two major victories to close out the weekend and maintain their hold on the final Clark Cup Playoffs spot in the Western Conference.

These Selects along with many other alumni have played at a high level throughout their young careers and know what it takes to stand out in front of scouts, do you? Well we’ve got five tips that can help take your game to the next level and draw the attention of evaluators HERE.

With more than 250 Selects alums across Division-I men’s and women’s hockey, we highlight some of the standout performances from last week and other recent news with a closer look at the college landscape.

The Women’s Division-I Frozen Four starts Friday, March 22nd, in Hamden, Connecticut. Never has it been more evident than in 2019, the road to the Frozen Four goes through the World Selects Invitational Series first. More than 30 players still active in the NCAA tournament got their start with our Selects program, competing in the 2011 and 2012 WSI in Prague and Italy.

The four teams remaining are top-seeded Wisconsin with 17 alumni, Cornell with 10, six for Minnesota and Clarkson with five.

Grace Bowlby, Natalie Buchbinder, Nicole LaMantia, Maddie Rolfes and Mekenzie Steffen patrol the blue line for the Badgers while Sam Cogan, Jesse DeVito, Delaney Drake, Kyleigh Hanzlik, Presley Norby, Maddie Posick, Caitlin Schneider and Sophia Shaver providing firepower up front. Kristen Campbell has been dependent in goal for Wisconsin, backed up by Nikki Cece and Cami Kronish and Selects coach Annie Pankowski leads the group in scoring with 25 goals and 47 points.

Cornell upset No. 3-seeded Northeastern and will continue to play the underdog role behind its three leading scorers Maddie Mills, Kristin O’Neill and Jaime Bourbonnais. They’ll lean on teammates Sam Burke, Amy Curlew, Devan Facchinato, Finley and Gillis Frechette, Pippy Gerace and Paige Lewis to keep the Big Red rolling.

Second on the team in scoring, Grace Zumwinkle and Minnesota teammates Alex GulstenePatti Marshall, Emily Oden, Sophie Skarzynski and Alex Woken may have the best shot at upsetting No. 1-seed Wisconsin in a possible championship matchup. The Gophers have handed the Badgers two of their four losses this season and will look for their seventh national title.

Back-to-back, reigning, defending national champion Clarkson is eyeing a three-peat with help from Patty Kazmaier finalist Loren Gabel. The senior along with Michaela Pejzlova, Cassidy Vinkle, Kristy Pidgeon and Avery Mitchell combined for nearly half of the Golden Knights’ goal scoring this season.

Puck drop for the women’s Frozen Four starts Friday at 4 p.m., with the championship on Sunday at 2:30 p.m. from Frank Perrotti, Jr. Arena in Hamden, Connecticut.

In men’s college hockey, conference championships will conclude this weekend with Selection Sunday following to announce tournament teams. Conferences rolled out yearly awards and honors, with a wealth of Selects alumni represented across some of the top leagues.

Minnesota junior Rem Pitlick earned First-Team All-Conference honors in the Big Ten, as the ‘97 West Coast Selects alum finished with career highs in goals (21), assists (24) and points (45). Patrick Khodorenko was named to the Second-Team, as the formers ‘98 East Coast Selects-Q and current Michigan State forward finished his junior year with 18 goals and 37 points. Fellow Spartan and former ‘98 Jr. Selects defenseman Dennis Cesana also earned All-Freshman Team honors.

A highly-decorated senior season, ‘96 East Coast Selects-Q alum Chase Priskie added ECAC First-Team All-Conference to his resume. The defenseman’s collegiate career came to an end with Quinnipiac’s quarterfinal loss in the conference tournament but Priskie remains a finalist for the 2019 Hobey Baker Award as well as the Senior CLASS Award to cap off his final season. Rumors have begun swirling around the possibility of Priskie — a sixth-round draft pick of the Washington Capitals — signing an entry-level contract before the end of the NHL regular season.

A former teammate of Priskie’s at South Kent Selects Academy, Yale forward Joe Snively reconnected, joining Priskie as an ECAC First-Teamer. Also a senior who concluded his four-year career, Snively signed a two-year entry-level contract with the Capitals and will spend the remainder of the ‘18-19 season with their AHL affiliate, the Hershey Bears.

Some Hockey East accolades were handed out to ‘97 West Coast Selects Chase Pearson, who was named a Second-Team All-Star as well as the conference’s Best Defensive Forward. The Maine Black Bear captain also signed an entry-level contract to join the Detroit Red Wings; a team that selected him in the fifth round of the 2015 Draft.

Former ‘96 East Coast Selects-Q and Selects Academy alum Karl El-Mir was named to Hockey East’s Third-Team All-Stars and Boston University standout Joel Farabee was named to the All-Rookie Team after the ‘00 East Coast Selects-Q alum led his team in scoring as a freshman.

A pair of ‘03 Western Canada Selects announced college commitments this past week. One of the top North American players in the ‘04-birth year, Matthew Savoie announced he’d join the University of Denver for the ‘21-22 season. His teammate at the 2018 World Selects Invitational-Philly, Ty Mueller also announced his commitment to the University of Nebraska-Omaha for the ‘22-23 season.

Tristan Zandee will be heading to Colorado College. The ‘03 West Coast Selects alum is also set to make his college debut in the ‘22-23 season with the Tigers .

These Selects along with many other alumni have played at a high level throughout their young careers and know what it takes to stand out in front of scouts, do you? Well we’ve got five tips that can help take your game to the next level and draw the attention of evaluators HERE.

The Selects program has had a long track record of success advancing players into the highest leagues in the world. From the NHL to Major Junior, Selects alumni are among the leaders in various leagues across North America. This week, we take a look across the hockey landscape to take a closer look at some of those standout performances.

Connor McDavid was named the NHL’s Third Star of the Week after the former ‘96 East Coast Selects-O forward tallied three goals and nine points in four games. The Edmonton Oilers’ superstar is second in the league in scoring with 105 points in 69 games.

Two ‘99 Selects reached milestones in the OHL, as East Coast Selects-O alum Ben Jones became just the fourth player in Niagara Ice Dogs history to score 100 points in a single season. Former West Coast Selects forward Sasha Chmelevski scored his 100th career goal as well, doing so with a hat trick in the last game of the regular season.

The OHL Cup concluded on Monday, with the ‘03 Don Mills Flyers taking the title. The week-long tournament serves as a breeding ground for the next crop of CHL draft picks, where a plethora of Selects alumni were in action. Four former players Francesco Arcuri, Ryan Forberg and Anson Thornton from the ‘03 East Coast Selects-O and Brandt Clarke from the ‘03 East Coast Selects-Q contributed in part to the team’s championship run which was capped off by a 6-5 come-from-behind overtime win over the Toronto Red Wings in the finale. Don Mills went 7-0-0 during the tournament, outscoring its opponent 41-10 in that span.

These Selects along with many other alumni have played at a high level throughout their young careers and know what it takes to stand out in front of scouts, do you? Well we’ve got five tips that can help take your game to the next level and draw the attention of evaluators HERE.

USA Hockey invited the top ‘03 American-born hockey players to the National Team Development Program Evaluation Camp this week, from which next season’s U.S. National Under-17 Team will be selected. Among the 52 players invited were 28 with ties to the Selects Hockey program, hailing from nine different states across the country.

Four players from the 2018 World Selects Invitational U-15 World Championship East Coast Selects-O team in Philadelphia Anthony Agostinelli, Davis Codd, Ethan Straky and Drew Tsakounis — will be at camp slated to begin Friday, March 22nd in Plymouth, Michigan.

Other ECS-O alumni include Luke Hughes — youngest brother of NTDPers Quinn and Jack — Tyler DesRochers, Dylan Gratton and Ryan Ufko. Not to be confused with Luke’s brother of the same name, ‘03-birth year Jack Hughes and his West Coast Selects-Green teammates Tyler Boucher, Paul Davey, Gibson Homer, Nick Roukounakis, Colby Saganiuk, Carter Schade and Ryan St. Louis will be the most-represented Selects team at camp with eight former players.

Illinois natives Sean BehrensDavis Burnside, Jack Devine and Marino Ramirez will join the group at camp as well. Forwards Matthew ArgentinaDylan DukeLiam Gilmartin and Jeremy Wilmer add to the competition up front with Ty Gallagher and Riley Rosenthal lobbying for positions on the back end.

Three former SHD players earned an invite as well, including two goalies in Homer and Kaiden Mbereko in addition to Vincent Salice.

In all, the previous players mentioned hail from nine different states including Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Virginia, from as many as seven different ‘03 Selects teams. Those players account for 15-of-27 forwards, 10-of-19 defensemen and three of the six goalies invited to camp.

The 52 invitees will be divided into three teams, where squads will participate in on-ice practices and compete in at least six games before the camp concludes on Monday, March 25th.

These Selects along with many other alumni have played at a high level throughout their young careers and know what it takes to stand out in front of scouts, do you? Well we’ve got five tips that can help take your game to the next level and draw the attention of evaluators HERE.

Rosters for the 2019 IIHF Women’s World Championships have been announced by Hockey Canada and USA Hockey in the last week, as countries prepare for the international tournament next month. A handful of Selects earned roster spots on their respective 23-person rosters, take a look at what alumni will be competing in Espoo, Finland, on April 4th.

For USA Hockey, Annie Pankowski and Melissa Samoskevich are among the 13 forwards up front. Pankowski is about to close out her collegiate career with the University of Wisconsin, scoring 89 goals and 198 points, as the No. 1-ranked Badgers embark on the NCAA playoffs this weekend. Another senior, Samoskevich racked up 13 goals and 22 points for Quinnipiac this season, leading the Bobcats in scoring.

Defenseman Cayla Barnes will join the forward duo on Team USA, after the freshman had a standout season with Boston College. Barnes scored four goals and 23 points from the Eagles’ blue line and stood out amongst her Hockey East classmates to earn All-Rookie Team honors.

One of the best in college hockey this season, Loren Gabel scored 40 goals and 69 points during her final campaign at Clarkson University. A finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Award for a second consecutive season, Gabel leads the 4th-seeded Golden Knights into the postseason before embarking on international play with Team Canada.

A pair of Selects defensemen also made Canada’s final roster, including Gabel’s college teammate, Erin Ambrose and Cornell junior Jaime Bourbonnais. Ambrose has seven goals and 28 points as a senior for the Golden Knights while Bourbonnais totaled nine goals and 29 points for the 7th-seeded Big Red.

Both Canada and USA are in the five-team Group A for the IIHF World Championships, with games slated to begin Thursday, April 4th. The two teams will square off in preliminary-round action on Saturday, April 6th, as both countries will certainly be jockeying for points in the standings.

These Selects along with many other alumni have played at a high level throughout their young careers and know what it takes to stand out in front of scouts, do you? Well we’ve got five tips that can help take your game to the next level and draw the attention of evaluators HERE.

With more than 250 Selects alums across Division-I men’s and women’s hockey, we highlight some of the standout performances from last week and other recent news with a closer look at the college landscape.

Penn State freshman Paul DeNaples was named a finalist for the Big Ten’s Defensive Player of the Year Award. The ‘98 East Coast Selects-O alum totaled 2 goals and 14 points in 37 games this season and was named among Quinn Hughes and Sasha Laroque as the trio up for the award.

Fellow Selects alum and Big Ten player Mat Robson was also named as a finalist this week for the conference’s Goaltender of the Year Award. The former ‘96 East Coast Selects-O and current Minnesota Golden Gopher posted a 2.81 goals-against average and .920 save percentage in 30 games.

Chase Priskie continues his decorated senior season as a finalist for the ECAC’s Best Defensive Defenseman. The ‘96 East Coast Selects-Q alum and 2016 sixth-round draft pick of the Washington Capitals, Priskie led the Bobcats blocking 33 shots and helping the team post a sub-2.00 goals against per game as well as a key contributor on a penalty-killing unit at 87 percent. He also added 17 goals and 39 points offensively this season.

Winners for those yearly conference awards will be announced on March 19th.

Former ‘98 East Coast Selects-Q forward Drew O’Connor was named ECAC Rookie of the Wee for the third time this season. The Dartmouth freshman scored a goal in each of the Big Green’s games over the weekend, giving O’Connor six strikes in his last five games.

All-Conference team announcements began rolling out in women’s college hockey this week, with more than a dozen Selects alumni being named. In the Hockey East, Skylar Fontaine was named to the First-Team while Maureen Murphy and Daryl Watts earned Second-Team honors. Cayla Barnes was named to the Third-Team as well as All-Rookie team along with fellow freshman Kelly Browne.

In the WCHA, Kristen Campbell, Annie Pankowski, Mekenzie Steffen and Grace Zumwinkle were among First-Team All-Conference. Maddie Rolfes and Abigail Levy were named to the Second-Team, and Levy also earning All-Rookie Team with Maggie Flaherty and Gabbie Hughes.

Loren Gabel was named Forward and Player of the Year in the ECAC for a second straight season. The senior capped off her outstanding career with possibly her best season yet, leading the nation in scoring with 37 goals. She surpassed a number of career marks in 2018-19, becoming the Golden Knights all-time leading scorer, while eclipsing both the 100-goal and 200-point marks.

Jaime Bourbonnais was named ECAC Best Defenseman after anchoring a Big Red team that allowed just 1.6 goals per-game this season. The junior was an impact player at both ends of the ice, recording nine goals and 29 points while blocking 34 shots. Her plus-32 rating was the highest on the team.

These Selects along with many other alumni have played at a high level throughout their young careers and know what it takes to stand out in front of scouts, do you? Well we’ve got five tips that can help take your game to the next level and draw the attention of evaluators HERE.

The Selects program has had a long track record of success advancing players into the highest leagues in the world. From the NHL to Major Junior, Selects alumni are among the leaders in various leagues across North America. This week, we take a look across the hockey landscape to take a closer look at some of those standout performances.

Just 12 days after being traded from the Ottawa Senators – the organization that selected Mark Stone in the sixth round of the 2010 NHL Draft – the ‘92 East Coast Selects alum inked an eight-year, $76 million contract extension with his new team, the Vegas Golden Knights. Stone has two goals and five points in seven games with his new team that sits comfortably in third place in the Pacific Division.

A pair of alumni earned First and Third Stars of the Week honors in the NHL. Former ‘93 East Coast Selects forward and current Florida Panther, Jonathan Huberdeau had a monster week with four goals and nine points in a four-game stretch to take First Star honors. The Third Star of the Week went to ‘97 West Coast Selects alum Troy Terry after he notched two goals and seven points in four games for the Anaheim Ducks.

In the OHL, ‘98 East Coast Selects-O alum Brandon Saigeon played in his 300th career regular-season game. The Colorado Avalanche prospect is in his fifth season in the OHL, with 37 goals and 88 points playing for the Hamilton Bulldogs and Oshawa Generals during the ‘18-19 season.

Graeme Clarke dazzled over the weekend with this lacrosse-style goal for the Ottawa 67’s. Hard to believe the ‘01 East Coast Selects-Q alum has pulled this move off more than once before in the OHL, as he did the wraparound goal in January 2018 in addition to THIS GOAL and THIS GOAL in the World Selects Invitationals. He could do it six more times and it’d still be as amazing as the first.

These Selects along with many other alumni have played at a high level throughout their young careers and know what it takes to stand out in front of scouts, do you? Well we’ve got five tips that can help take your game to the next level and draw the attention of evaluators HERE.

When Christian Kim lands in Spain next month, it will be his third trip to Europe in as many years with his East Coast Selects ‘05 teammates. At 14-years-old, the talented forward will have played in World Selects Invitational tournaments in Bolzano, Chamonix and San Sebastian.

What is it that keeps Kim coming back for the WSI year after year? He relishes the opportunity to compete against elite talent.

“We play to compete with the world’s best in our age group and we form great teamwork by being together throughout the trip,” he said. “I’m very thankful to be a part of this great team. I’ve had the opportunity to play hockey at the highest level against players from all over the world.”

Kim didn’t know what to expect when he traveled to Bolzano for his first WSI event back in 2017. Everything was new to him; the rink was bigger, he was meeting new teammates, competing against different opponents and exploring a foreign country. Year two in France was easier for him.

“I was more comfortable because I got to play with many players that I met the year before,” he said. “I was able to figure out each player’s styles and how to improve my game as I played against other teams.”

The results reflected that sentiment. At the 2018 WSI, Kim led his ECS-05 team with 10 points, including a team-leading seven assists.

The bonds forged amongst teammates – and even opponents – off the ice are just as integral to the WSI experience as what happens on the ice. Christian said his favorite memories include eating gelato almost every day in Italy, eating prosciutto for breakfast and spending time with hockey players from different countries.

At the end of the day, however, Kim and his East Coast Selects teammates have one goal in mind for 2019 – win the whole thing.

“This year we’re going to set the bar high and win 2019 WSI in Spain,” he said.

They don’t plan on stopping there, either.

He’s focused on building a strong relationship with his team and his coach in 2019 that can help them improve to win the 2020 WSI in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Regardless of what happens this year in San Sebastian, Kim credited the Selects program and WSI with giving him the opportunity to play with talented players he never would have crossed paths with otherwise.

“I’m fortunate to play in one of the best tournaments with very skilled players,” he said. “It’s a completely different level of play. It’s challenging but I’ve gained a lot.”

The puck drops for the 2019 World Selects Invitational on April 16th in Chamonix, France, and runs through May 11th with nine divisions competing in seven different countries. Click HERE for more information on the World Selects Invitational and contact us HERE if you’re interested in getting in touch for future sports tours!

With more than 250 Selects alums across Division-I men’s and women’s hockey, we highlight some of the standout performances from last week and other recent news with a closer look at the college landscape.

Selects Coach Annie Pankowski and alum Loren Gabel were named among the three finalists for the 2019 Patty Kazmaier Award. Given to the most outstanding female in college hockey, the two will look to join Daryl Watts (2018) as Selects alumni who have gone on to receive the award. Additionally, Pankowski was also named WCHA Offensive Player of the Year while Gabel was named a finalist for ECAC Player of the Year as well.

After winning last year’s U-14 World Selects Invitational with the ‘05 West Coast Selects, Mark Johnson has been named WCHA Coach of the Year at Wisconsin. He led the Badgers to a 30-4-2 record (18-4-2 WCHA), a No. 2 national ranking and a berth in this weekend’s Final Faceoff Semifinals. The 30 wins are the most in the nation this season and in 16 seasons at Wisconsin, Johnson has a career record of 489-87-44, tying him with Jeff Sauer for the most wins by a Badger men’s or women’s hockey coach.

Yet another Badger, Kristen Campbell, was named WCHA Goalie of the Year and Ohio State defenseman Jincy Dunne was named WCHA Defensive Player of the Year. A big season for Wisconsin, as the team with the most active Selects alumni on its roster boasts an impressive national ranking and a wealth of year-end awards to go with it.

College Hockey America released its All-Conference team, listing Selects alum Jaycee Gebhard from Robert Morris University as a First-Team forward while a pair of Boston College Freshmen Cayla Barnes and Kelly Browne were also named to Hockey East’s All-Rookie Team.

The ECAC announced Mackenzie Lancaster as a finalist for the Mandi Schwartz Student-Athlete of the Year award. The award recognizes a leader from all 12 ECAC Hockey programs who has demonstrated excellence both on and off the ice. Players nominated for this prestigious award must maintain a 3.5 GPA, while also making an impact with their play on the ice.

Yearly awards have not yet been announced for men’s college hockey but conference tournament action is slated to begin this weekend, with 132 active alumni competing in their respective playoffs. The NCAA tournament will begin later this month and many schools still hoping to punch their ticket to the big dance with a conference championship.

Former ‘98 East Coast Selects-Q and current Boston University alternate captain, Chad Krys became the first Terrier defenseman since 1971 to record two goals and three assists in a game. The junior had a hand in all five goals in BU’s 5-1 victory over Merrimack on Saturday. That performance earned him ECAC Player of the Week honors.

These Selects along with many other alumni have played at a high level throughout their young careers and know what it takes to stand out in front of scouts, do you? Well we’ve got five tips that can help take your game to the next level and draw the attention of evaluators HERE.