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Recruit Roundup

Princeton hockey recruit Josh Melnick recorded a five-point game on Saturday, reaching the 50-point mark for the season.

St. Andrew’s College defenseman Reid Yochim committed to Princeton.

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Recruit Roundup

This week, Neil Doef took to Twitter for the first time since sustaining his injury to express his gratitude for the support.

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Recruit Roundup

There was some good news on Neil Doef, as the family released that the forward regained feeling in one leg.

Princeton recruits in Gloucester have been on a tear, as Max Veronneau, Joey Fallon and Ryan Kuffner combined for 17 points over the week.

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Recruit Roundup

Since his return from injury, recruit Max Veronneau has recorded a point in each game but one. 

Neil Doef‘s injury was officially disclosed as a spinal cord injury, and the 17-year-old has started intensive rehab.

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Recruit Roundup

Recruit Max Veronneau returned to Gloucester’s lineup for the first time since November. He recorded an assist as the Rangers fell to the Braves.

Josh Melnick extended his point streak to a career-high nine games, before it was snapped on Sunday.

There is no update on Neil Doef‘s condition, but Princeton is now wearing decals for the recruit: Continue reading Recruit Roundup

Recruit Roundup

After a brief break, Princeton’s recruits returned to action this weekend.

There is no new update on Neil Doef‘s condition, but he has been moved to The Ottawa Hospital to be closer to home.

Ryan Kuffner, Joe Fallon, Spencer Kryczka, Colin Tonge and Josh Teves haven not yet returned from break.  Continue reading Recruit Roundup

Recruit Roundup

While there is no new official update on Neil Doef‘s status, fundraising efforts have reeled in more than $30,000 for the injured Smiths Falls forward. The Bears defeated Cumberland 5-2 on Friday night, when the team held a fundraiser for Doef and his family.

In addition, CCHL alumnus and Clarkson skater Kevin Tansey has organized a charity hockey game that will take place on Monday. Princeton forward Kyle Rankin, whose younger brother Connor plays in Smiths Falls, is slated to attend. Continue reading Recruit Roundup

Recruit Roundup

Princeton hockey recruits Ryan Kuffner and Neil Doef missed this week in the CCHL, as they made Canada East’s WJAC roster.

Doef suffered a hit in the first period of Canada East’s Sunday game and was taken to the hospital. Continue reading Recruit Roundup

Neil Deof Taken To Hospital From Canada East’s Game

Update: Hockey Canada released a statement on Doef’s condition Monday.

Princeton recruit Neil Doef was taken to the hospital after suffering a hit in the first period of Canada East’s game on Sunday, per Andrew Foote.

Doef made Canada East’s roster with fellow Princeton recruit Ryan Kuffner. Continue reading Neil Deof Taken To Hospital From Canada East’s Game

Recruit Roundup

This week, a pair of Princeton hockey recruits Neil Doef and Ryan Kuffner headed to Canada’s WJAC Selection Camp with Canada East. Doef is tied for the CCHL lead in points with 45, while Kuffner is tied for the goal lead with 20.

The Tigers received a commitment from Merritt defenseman Josh Teves, the only defensemen out of the current recruits.

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