Friday, June 24, 2011

Coyle traded to Wild at NHL draft

WhiIe Adam Clendening, Matt Nieto and Sahir Gill await selection in the 2011 NHL entry draft, a Terrier selected in the first round last year had his rights traded. Charley Coyle, the Sharks’ top pick (28th overall) in 2010 was part of a multiplayer deal with the Minnesota Wild.

The Niagra Gazette spoke with Clendening about where he might be selected. The Long Beach Press Telegram and Fox Sports West interviewed Nieto, one of the increasing number of Californians with a bright NHL future. Hockey Scout Dan Sallows conducted a Q&A interview with Gill.

Looking ahead
The Hockey News and Sallows both profiled 2012 recruit Robert Polesello, who after a standout season with the OPJHL Vaughan Vipers, will play for the USHL’s Indiana Ice next season. He’ll join 2013 recruit Adam Erne who completed his first USHL with the Ice. Erne, a second round choice of Halifax in the QJMHL draft, recently participated at Indiana’s main camp along with Polesello and another 2013 recruit, Rob Baillergon, who played for Cushing Prep last season.

Women's program
The Terrier women’s team announced its 2011 recruit class including Isabel Menard, a junior transfer from Syracuse where she was the Orange’s top scorer.

Former captain and all-time leading scorer Gina Kearns was named an assistant coach at Penn State whose program goes Division 1 in 2012.

1 comment:

joseph burrell said...

oh well, according to this Host Pay Per Head sports blog, it was all good for Coyle he was going to have more chances there to show what he got

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