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YCH News, Issue #018-- NCAA Hockey Coaches
June 04, 2013
Your College Hockey Journey Begins Here!
In this issue:
Everybody knows somebody who wants to play college hockey. At Your College Hockey.com it is our goal to provide quality and useful content for pursuing NCAA hockey and understanding the recruiting process and eligibility.
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The NCAA is making its presence known in the 2013 NHL playoffs. The teams in this year's playoffs have a good portion of their roster built with NCAA players. From Toews in Chicago to newcomer Torey Krug in Boston, these players are making a significant contribution to their team's success.
We reviewed the rosters of the teams in the first round and there were a total of 98 NCAA players that hit the ice and contributed in at least one game
The Toronto Maple Leafs led all teams in the first round with nine NCAA players that played in at least one game in the first round. They were followed by Pittsburgh, San Jose, St. Louis and Vancouver who all had eight players who played at least one game.
In round two, there were 49 players and the Pens led with nine. They were followed by San Jose with eight players and Chicago, Detroit, The Rangers and Ottawa at six each.
We will be providing a playoff wrap up in our next issue to summarize how the NCAA players contributed to their team's success in the 2013 NHL playoffs.
Follow the NCAA players in the playoffs to enhance your college hockey research. Players will comment in interviews about their college days and this could be that extra piece of information that will help you make that team.
There has been a lot of movement lately by NCAA Hockey Coaches. Some have chosen to retire, some have chosen to step down, and others have been let go. New rookie coaches are hired while veteran coaches are moving to new challenges.
It might not seem like much, but this is important for you in your team research. If you are close to making your decision and one of your important selection criteria is how comfortable you feel with the coach, but that coach is no longer with that particular team, then you will want to rethink your decision. This will also apply if you have already committed to go and play for a certain coach.
Some recent coaching additions have New Hampshire alum Mike Ayers joining Jerry York's staff at Boston College. Ayers is replacing Mike Cavanaugh who has taken the Head Coach position at UConn.
Check out our Blog page to keep up to date on coaching changes!
Every year our lives get busier and busier and our calendars fill up faster and faster. To help you keep things organized and on track, we have created Your College Hockey Recruiting Calendar.
We will be updating it regularly so you will be informed of important dates like the SAT's and special events like showcase tournaments.
Have you coordinated all of your off season training? If you are looking for something new and fun, try Stand Up Paddleboarding. It's a great way to build your strength, stamina, balance and flexibility and have fun on the water. We are finding more and more players and teams are using SUP for conditioning and team building. Check out our friends at PaddleSUPnorth.com for some great player and team workouts.
Check out Your College Hockey Recruiting Calendar regularly to update your schedule and capitalize on opportunities!be a YCH Blogger. Share your favorite recruiting stories, your best recruiting tips or be a playoff blogger and follow your favorite team on their journey to the Frozen Four.
In our other interactive features, you can ask questions and receive answers from an NCAA coach so you can learn more about the NCAA process in our "Ask the Coach" section.
You can start to pass along your thoughts and information in three of our already operating interactive sections. Let other players know why you are choosing to Play College Hockey. in our "Why Play College Hockey" section.
Now, at Your-College-Hockey.com, you can follow all the college hockey news stories stories from the world wide major news sources at Google and Bing. You can provide comments on the news and, best of all, you can become a reporter and an editor
Visit us at Pinterest. We have set up our boards for you to enjoy pictures and videos about college hockey
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