►NESN/ASN college hockey analyst Billy Jaffe tweeted:
@Russostrib did BU/PC game last Friday and Greenway was best player on ice for either team
#12 Michigan comes to Boston for a pair with the #11 Terriers this weekend. Reminder: Friday is an ASN/NESN TV game, starting at 6 p.m. Some previews from the Wolverine point-of-view:
● MGOBlue.com preview
● The Michigan Daily preview
►SB Nation’s Jeff Cox reported on the New England Midget Championships held last weekend and offers insights on the top 16U players including 2019 recruit Joel Farabee (video) and 2018 recruit Jack DeBoer.
Farabee, Joel— Selects Academy #28 - LW - 5'10" 150 - 2/25/00 (Boston University)Saturday did nothing to dispel my feelings he's one of top ‘00s in U.S., maybe only behind [BU 2018 recruit] Jake Wise. He's shifty and can really hold onto the puck. He has exceptional awareness in offensive zone and can move the puck. He's a setup guy who mans the point on the power play. The puck goes through him. His skating is exceptional.
DeBoer, Jack—Yale National #11 - RC - Salisbury School - 6'2" 175 - 8/17/00 (Boston University)He's a big kid who cycles well behind the cage. He still needs to learn to take the puck to the net and finish, but his size is a threat and he does a good job getting pucks into the scoring zone. He projects to be a much better player than the level he is consistently playing at currently.
DeBoer and the Yale Midgets won the 16U title, defeating Farabee’s Selects Academy squad, while 2016 recruit John McDermott (photo) and the Mid-Fairfield Rangers took the 18U championship. Both teams will play in the Nationals in San Jose next Spring.
"I was just amazed how complete a player he was at such a young age at Boston University . I was amazed with how much better he got from the beginning of the season to the end. I've just never seen somebody that is that good at 17 years old.”