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Recruit Roundup

Princeton received two commitments in the past few weeks – one from the BCHL’s Jackson Cressey and the other from Christian O’Neill. Several Princeton recruits were also named to the CCHL All-Star Cup Challenge.

Here’s more on how Princeton’s recruits fared last week:

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BCHL:

Jackson Cressey is tied for Coquitlam’s scoring lead but didn’t play last week.

CISAA:

Reid Yochim  recorded a goal in St. Andrew’s season-opening win

OJHL:

Liam Grande has not played since Sept. 29. Matt Thom recorded an assist against Milton on Oct. 30 and added two assists in an Oct. 31 win over Burlington. Colin Tonge scored a goal in a Nov. 5 loss to Stouffville. Derek Topatigh has three goals in his last three games, including a two-goal night against the Toronto J. Canadiens. The trio were named to the CCHL All-Star Cup Challenge.

NAHL: 

Joey Fallon had an assist in the Oct. 30 win over Amarillo and a goal in the Oct. 31 win over the Bulls. Jake Paganelli had a goal and an assist in  Nov. 7 win over Coulee Region.

TI18U:

Christian O’Neill had a goal on Nov. 8.

USHL:

Jack Adams recorded an assist in each of Fargo’s last two games against Des Moines.

USPHL: 

Doug Connor played in two games over the last three weeks, playing both games last weekend against the Skipjacks Hockey Club. On Saturday Connor made 32 saves in a 7-3 loss and added 42 saves in Saturday’s 5-3 loss.

Here are the recruit stats:

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Christian O’Neill Commits To Princeton

CC Whalers U18 forward Christian O’Neill committed to Princeton hockey, he announced on Twitter.

The ’98 forward has played in 13 games for the Whalers and has eight points. He split his last season with Belmont Hill High and the Boston Jr. Bruins. Last year he also played in 31 games for Belmont Hill, where he recorded 22 points. He also appeared in five games with the Boston Jr. Bruins.

Per Hockey Commitments, O’Neill is committed for the 2018-19 season.

(H/t to @HFNewsJunkie.)