Thursday, July 12, 2007

Looking ahead to 2008 and 2009

Eric McErlain of the Off Wing Opinions blog conducted interviews this week at the Washington Caps rookie camp and, at our request, got upclose and personal with 2008 Terrier recruit Andrew Glass. Andrew, selected by the Caps in the seventh round, confirmed that he'll return to Noble & Greenough school for his senior, rather than join the USHL Ohio Jr. Blue Jackets who put him on their affiliate list. He indicated that BU told him to make the choice, but hinted that he might go to the USHL at some point, in which case his matriculation would begin in 2009.

2009 recruit Ethan Werek of the Stouffville Spirit has recently received strong recognition of his ample talent. Werek, a six-foot center who scored 128 points in 55 games for the Toronto Marlies minor midgets last year, recently was projected by International Scouting Services as the #5 pick in the 2009 NHL draft. Now, he has made the 35-man short list for for the Ontario U17 team which will compete in the World Hockey Challenge in December. Werek, who was one of five York region players selected for the short list out of 84 candidates, will be a teammate next season of 2008 BU recruit Corey Trivino on the Spirit, an OPJHL Junior A team co-owned by Ethan's father.

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