Official Men's Hockey Recruiting Thread

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-> Klochkov is a 5-foot-11, 141 pound forward with a left-handed shot out of Fort Lee, New Jersey — an area UConn hopes to land more talent from. A source called him “one of the best ‘05 prospects in the Tri-State Area” and described him as a long, smooth skater with skill.

Klochkov won’t turn 17 until March, meaning he’s likely three or four years away from coming to Storrs. <-
 

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-> Klochkov is a 5-foot-11, 141 pound forward with a left-handed shot out of Fort Lee, New Jersey — an area UConn hopes to land more talent from. A source called him “one of the best ‘05 prospects in the Tri-State Area” and described him as a long, smooth skater with skill.

Klochkov won’t turn 17 until March, meaning he’s likely three or four years away from coming to Storrs. <-
Seen this kid play before locally. Huge pickup. unfortunate that we'll have to wait a little while to see him play though.
 

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Why does Hockey have to be so confusing with how they classify kids? I see '05 and my booze addled brain thinks it's 16 years ago. Why can't we just call them by the year we expect them to start attending? Seems needlessly difficuly.
 

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Why does Hockey have to be so confusing with how they classify kids? I see '05 and my booze addled brain thinks it's 16 years ago. Why can't we just call them by the year we expect them to start attending? Seems needlessly difficuly.
because honestly, we don't even know when they're going to enroll. There's the possibility they come in as a true freshman, but then also the possibility they play 1 or 2 years at the junior level. It's confusing as hell but hockey is much difference from CFB and CBB.
 
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