Commitments continue to roll in

There has been quite a few commitments since the last recruiting update. Here are all the commitiments that have been made since October 26th.

Boston University

Wesley Myron F Victoria Grizzles (BCHL)

The Terriers get a veteran player as Myron is a 19-year old who is having a solid season with 8 goals and 15 assists in 13 games. BU has started getting players from one of the best Junior A leagues in Canada, the British Columbia Hockey League. Myron makes the third player from the league.


Willy Smith F Springfield (EJHL)

The Minutemen are looking towards to the distance future as Smith is a 96 born player and wont step on campus until 2014. The underager in the Tier III Junior A Hockey League only has a goal and an assist in seven games. His impact at the junior level won’t be felt until next year as he continues to develop.


Dylan Shapiro F Rochester (EJHL)

The Riverhawks have been the most active getting three commitments the last two weeks. Shapiro is a 18-year old who has five goals and four assists in 15 games this season. With the EJHL in its own backyard, this is the lone future player in the league for the Riverhawks.

Michael Fallon F Chicago (USHL)

Fallon will be coming into Lowell as an older player as he’s a 20-year old. Playing on the Steel who have been floating around .500 this season, he has three goals and seven assists in 12 games. He joins a 2012 recruiting class that will have five forwards coming in.

Logan Johnston F Penticton (BCHL)

Another 20-year old is being brought in and he’s a player in an interesting situation. The captain of the Vees is serving a 25 game suspension for breaking a player’s jaw on a hit. He will be able to play on November 25th. The Vees are one of the best teams in the Junior “A” ranks in Canada.


John Gustafsson F Amarillo (NAHL)
The last time Merrimack got a foreigner who once played in the NAHL was Ottawa Senator’s forward Stephen Da Costa. The 19-year old has eight goals and 14 assists in 22 games. He comes to Amarillo from the HV71 junior program. He could be another great find for the Warriors.


Colton Saucerman D Cedar Rapids (USHL)

The Colorado Springs native has made the adjustment from the NAHL to the USHL this season. He has a goal and four assists in seven games with the Rough Riders. Last year in the NAHL with the Corpus Christi IceRays he had 8 goals 26 assists in 39 games. He also spent time in the USHL with the Dubuque Fighting Saints and the Des Moines Buccaneers.


Nick Saracino F Cedar Rapids (USHL)

The 19-year old is building off a solid rookie season last year where he had 7 goals and 18 assists in 25 games. He has three goals and eight assists in ten games this season. Hes the second incoming freshman next season who’s playing in the USHL this season. It shouldn’t be long until more USHLers start committing to the Friars.