No sooner did I publish the last of the scouting reports for the Alumni previously scheduled to appear in Hagerstown this Saturday, did I notice the NHL Alumni roster updates. According to the Hagerstown Ice & Sports Complex website, the following NHL Alumni are now scheduled to appear. #1 Dave Parro #2 Ken Sabourin #3…Click here for more.
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Bruce Affleck was a highly recruited junior hockey player that ended up playing NCAA Division I hockey at the University of Denver. At a time when it was still very rare for college players to be noticed by NHL scouts, Affleck was drafted 21st overall by the California Golden Seals in 1974. Before donning an…Click here for more.
After being drafted by the Montreal Canadiens 28th overall in 1991, Jim Campbell had two 40+ goal seasons in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. Also, while putting up impressive numbers in the Q, the Massachusetts native represented the United States in the 1992 and 1993 World Junior Championships and 1994 Lillehammer Olympics. After a…Click here for more.
Al Pedersen was a typical “defense first” Western Hockey League defenseman. The WHL product was drafted in 1983 by the Boston Bruins to be a shutdown defenseman in front of the B’s net. With the Bruins, Pedersen was paired with Ray Bourque from 1986 to 1991. In 1991, the Minnesota North Stars picked up Al…Click here for more.
After three impressive seasons in the Ontario Hockey League between 1977 and 1980, Jim Peplinski started his pro career with the Calgary Flames after being drafted in 1979 while the club was still located in Atlanta. Peplinski spent his entire career with the Flames. During the 1981-1982 season, Jim Peplinski reached the 30 goal plateau. …Click here for more.