Category Archives: Class of 2018

Getting To Know The Freshmen Tigers: Ryan Berlin

Forward Ryan Berlin joins Princeton after spending four years in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. Last season, Berlin appeared in 21 games with the Whitecourt Wolverines. He recorded 14 goals and 27 points. Over the past four seasons, the Edmonton, Alberta native played in 180 games and recorded a career-high 41 points in 2012-13.

We caught up with Berlin, and here’s what the incoming freshman had to say: Continue reading Getting To Know The Freshmen Tigers: Ryan Berlin

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Getting To Know The Freshmen Tigers: Ben Halford

Ben Halford joins the Tigers as the only goalkeeper in the freshman class. Halford, an Albany Academy graduate, spent the past several season with the Bay State Breakers. He holds the Breaker franchise records for wins and shutouts.

We caught up with Halford, and here’s what the goalkeeper had to say: Continue reading Getting To Know The Freshmen Tigers: Ben Halford

Getting To Know The Freshmen Tigers: Eric Robinson

Forward Eric Robinson joins Princeton hockey after spending the season with the Dubuque Fighting Saints. He helped Dubuque capture bronze at the Junior World Cup before the USHL season started. The freshman attended Gloucester Catholic High School, where he captained the ams his senior and junior year. His older brother, Buddy, plays in the Senators organization with Princeton alumnus Michael Sdao.

We caught up with the 6-foot-1 forward and here’s what he had to say: Continue reading Getting To Know The Freshmen Tigers: Eric Robinson

Getting To Know The Freshmen Tigers: Stuart Pomeroy

Stuart Pomeroy joins the Tigers as a legacy, as his mom and dad both played hockey at Princeton. Pomeroy started last season with Sioux City of the USHL before he was traded to Amarillo, where he played with Princeton freshman Joe Grabowski.

We had a chance to talk to Pomeroy, and here’s what he had to say: Continue reading Getting To Know The Freshmen Tigers: Stuart Pomeroy

Getting To Know The Freshmen Tigers: Joe Grabowski

One of several New Jersey natives joining Princeton this season, Joe Grabowski played for the Amarillo Bulls of the NAHL for the last two years. He won a championship with the Amarillo Bulls in 2013, when he scored the game-winning goal. In two seasons with Amarillo, Grabowski, the 6–foot-3 defenseman recorded 56 points, 238 penalty minutes and plus-61 over 120 games.

We caught up with the Lawrenceville, N.J., native to see what he had to say: Continue reading Getting To Know The Freshmen Tigers: Joe Grabowski

Getting To Know The Freshmen Tigers: David Hallisey

David Hallisey spent last season with the Islanders Hockey Club,where he recorded 34 points over 52 games. The 5’10” forward spent three seasons with Westminster, and he captained the team in 2012-13.

We caught up with Hallisey for a Q&A, and here’s what the incoming freshman had to say: Continue reading Getting To Know The Freshmen Tigers: David Hallisey

Getting To Know The Freshmen Tigers: Max Becker

Forward Max Becker spent last season in the BCHL, where he recorded 13 points for the Salmon Arm SilverBacks over 32 games. The Orange, Calif., native spent two years playing with Shattuck St. Mary’s, where he won a national championship in 2012. Becker also won two championships while playing hockey in California.

We caught up with Becker to see what the freshman had to say: Continue reading Getting To Know The Freshmen Tigers: Max Becker

Getting To Know The Freshmen Tigers: Matt Nelson

Matt Nelson joins Princeton after spending a year in the USHL. The defenseman, who grew up in Edina, Minn., captained the Edina High School Hornets to a Minnesota State Championship in 2013, where he played with current Tiger Hayden Anderson. Last season, Nelson was traded from the Green Bay Gamblers to the Omaha Lancers, where he appeared in 54 games, recorded 19 points and a plus-14 rating.

We caught up with Nelson via email, and here’s what the incoming freshman had to say: Continue reading Getting To Know The Freshmen Tigers: Matt Nelson