● THFB report on Cloonan commitment (2-27-15)
● Elite Prospects card
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“Sean Skahan is not just one of the smartest guys in the hockey strength and conditioning field – he’s one of the smartest people in the industry period. A class act, who never hesitates to help, advise or teach when needed, Sean is what I consider to be a true pro, and above all a gentleman. I’m proud to be part of a profession that includes people like Sean Skahan”
Congratulations to @SeanSkahan on his new gig at Boston University! Glad he finally realized which Boston school is the best! #GoBU— Nick Bonino (@NickBonino) July 21, 2015
Change is good pic.twitter.com/9KAlxGI0ad— Sean Skahan (@SeanSkahan) July 20, 2015
Jake Wise (BU) is good role model for how other top young prospects should play. While some coast through shifts, he brings it each shift.— Jeff Cox (@JeffCoxSports) July 21, 2015
● Elite Prospects cardWise's skill and physical tools are undeniable but his vision, hockey IQ and motor are off the charts. Really impressed me at Select 15s.— Jeff Cox (@JeffCoxSports) July 21, 2015
Had a great experience at The Caring Place in Pittsburgh. Very happy to be a part of an organization that supports this cause. @penguins— Sean Maguire (@smag31) July 15, 2015
Saw some of the athleticism, skill, hands and coordination of Jakob Forsbacka-Karlsson on display during the tip drills in the forward session. He seemed to have the most ease redirecting point shots into the net with textbook tips while so many of his fellow forwards seemed to really have trouble with the very fundamental skill. Some of it may have just been fatigue, but some of the B’s prospects need to work on standing in front of the net and tipping pucks. It’s easy for me to say, of course, but still very true all the same.
"It was an interesting situation for him, last season, having three freshman defenceman there,’’ Flames general manager Brad Treliving told the Calgary Herald. “So he just kept getting more and more responsibility. The impressive thing is that the opportunity was there and Brandon didn’t sit back; he grabbed hold of it.“Now he’s going to become a leader on that team, develop in that area. What sticks out with him, obviously, is his skating. He’s an elite skater. It comes easy to him. For me, now, it’s just being a little more on the puck, working on his decision-making in that regard. ... We think the sky's the limit for this guy."