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    Norm wrote:


    To me a coup would mean he was heading elsewhere and he flipped.


    Or expected to go somewhere else. He said biggest coup since Kessel and in that sense Kessel hadn’t committed elsewhere. We also don’t know if that poster is credible whatsoever.

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    Kessel was a Madison native wasn’t he? Fair to say wisco had the upper hand on him. I hate to agree with this guy but the other poster has provided no reason to believe they weren’t blowing smoke

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    Yes that’s why I said “expected to go somewhere else”…

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    Getting a metro kid to stay at the U is not a coup unless they’re legacy for a premium school. It might be a huge get – one you’re excited to have – but was it really stolen?

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    There are some wires being crossed here. Moore is a big commitment. But he is not the player the questionable credibility poster was referencing in the other thread.

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    Chill Kessel wrote:


    Kessel was a Madison native wasn’t he? Fair to say wisco had the upper hand on him. I hate to agree with this guy but the other poster has provided no reason to believe they weren’t blowing smoke

    Just going from memory, I think he liked the Minnesota high-flying (low results :) ) style of play over Wisconsin’s clogged-pipe strategy.

    If I’m remembering this correctly, Kessel pulled a “Parise” by matriculating with the arch enemy in a year his homer team won a national title. :)

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    The below list is some of the top NHL prospects to come out of MN lately. Obviously some are missing and some don’t belong. It shows Motzko may have things moving in the right direction of keeping the top talent in the Twin Cities. Also sweet is the Whioux not hitting on top MN guys recently other than a legacy.

    Bold+underline = Gopher

    Italics = Uncommitted

    2021-2023: 45% (5/11)

    2017-2023: 36% (9/25)

    2013-2023: 33% (10/30)

    Draft Year – Name

    2025 Logan Hensler

    2024 Brodie Ziemer

    2023 Oliver Moore

    2023 Charlie Stramel – uw

    2023 William Whitelaw – uw

    2023 Jayson Shaugabay – UMD – Outstate

    2023 Gracyn Sawchyn – Canadian born

    2022 Jimmy Snuggerud

    2022 Ryan Chesley

    2021 Chaz Lucius

    2021 Jack Peart – SCSU – Outstate

    2021 Tristan Broz

    2021 Jackson Blake – UND

    2020 Wyatt Kaiser – UMD

    2020 Brock Faber

    2020 Blake Biondi – UMD – Outstate

    2019 Bobby Brink – DU

    2019 Drew Helleson – BC

    2019 Jackson LaCombe

    2018 K’Andre Miller – uw

    2018 Scott Perunovich – UMD – Outstate

    2018 Blake McLaughlin

    2017 Casey Mittelstadt

    2017 Ryan Poehling – SCSU

    2017 Jake Oettinger – BU

    2017 Dylan Samberg – UMD – Outstate

    2017 Mikey Anderson – UMD

    2016 Ryan Lindgren

    2016 Kieffer Bellows – BU

    2016 Blake Lizotte – SCSU

    2015 Brock Boeser – UND

    2013 Jake Guentzel – UNO

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    Jess has to be trolling us now… We obviously hope for much more from him than we’ve gotten from Walker.

    https://twitter.com/JessRMyers/status/1489295181811695617

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    I regret unhiding that last one.

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    Kurth with two more goals tonight. Looks like someone who can contribute immediately.

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    Bonin21 wrote:


    2021-2023: 45% (5/11)

    2017-2023: 36% (9/25)

    2013-2023: 33% (10/30)

    I know you said this isn’t a comprehensive list but I can think of a handful of players that could be added from the ’22 and ’23 draft classes. Either way, definitely nice to see a fair amount bolded in the recent classes and now we wait and see how they actually pan out.

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    Our beloved Gophers land a top top recruit and you guys are debating whether it qualifies as a coup or not…

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    Davey J. wrote:


    Our beloved Gophers land a top top recruit and you guys are debating whether it qualifies as a coup or not…

    Are you the guy that said Bobby Brink was coming to the U?

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    Goldy77 wrote:


    Davey J. wrote:


    Our beloved Gophers land a top top recruit and you guys are debating whether it qualifies as a coup or not…

    Are you the guy that said Bobby Brink was coming to the U?

    I am.

    I jumped the gun and announced it when I was told there was a 70% chance he was flipping. My source for that was a parent of a very prominent player (not a current Gopher) who played on many teams with Brink.

    I get crap for that all the time here. No biggie – I hoped I was breaking big news, but swung and missed. Lesson learned.

    Curious, what does that have to do with my statement above?

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    Davey J. wrote:


    Our beloved Gophers land a top top recruit and you guys are debating whether it qualifies as a coup or not…

    I think the debate is whether or not Moore is the recruit the OP was referring to, or is there another guy coming that is the coup?

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    Looks like Cal Thomas was dealt to the Chicago Steel

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    Cardinal wrote:


    https://twitter.com/USAHockeyNTDP/status/1488964778462748691

    The Pride of MV or does that still belong to Bostrom?

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    Bert wrote:


    Cardinal wrote:


    https://twitter.com/USAHockeyNTDP/status/1488964778462748691

    The Pride of MV or does that still belong to Bostrom?

    Romanko :mrgreen:

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    Rob McLanahan enters the chat

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    His shot release style reminds me of someone but haven’t pinpointed it yet. Was thinking maybe McLaughlin but I don’t think that’s it. Might be Lucius.

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    Norm wrote:


    Davey J. wrote:


    Our beloved Gophers land a top top recruit and you guys are debating whether it qualifies as a coup or not…

    I think the debate is whether or not Moore is the recruit the OP was referring to, or is there another guy coming that is the coup?

    He wasn’t referring to Moore. It seems as if everyone just read the discussion that was had in the Potential Recruits thread there wouldn’t be any confusion.

    For anyone not familiar with Oliver Moore, here is a highlight compilation from his freshmen year at TG:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1x_ydwTaMvg

    Obviously a couple years old and not against the greatest competition but you can at least get a little sense of the type of player he is.

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    Luke Mittelstadt with 2 goals and an assist tonight.

    [media]https://twitter.com/MadCapsHockey/status/1492302517916602374[/media]

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    He has 38 points in 40 games.

    I think the last USHL 40 point D man for the Gophers might have been… Kevin Wehrs in 06-07.

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    I’m almost impressed by this

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    Bonin21 wrote:


    He has 38 points in 40 games.

    I think the last USHL 40 point D man for the Gophers might have been… Kevin Wehrs in 06-07.

    Ouch!!!

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    Bert wrote:


    Cardinal wrote:


    https://twitter.com/USAHockeyNTDP/status/1488964778462748691

    The Pride of MV or does that still belong to Bostrom?

    If he’s from the city of Mounds View, he’d actually be an Irondale kid…but he went to TG.

    City of Mounds View goes to Irondale, unless you open enroll to Mounds View High School (Mounds View High School is Arden Hills, Shoreview, North Oaks). Irondale is New Brighton and city of Mounds View.

    Bostrom went to Mounds View High School. But the pride of Mounds View High School is probably Adam Weber or Billy Turner.

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    Scott Wheeler’s Top 64 draft list at The Athletic included four Gophers:

    Snuggerud at 19

    Chesley at 40

    Rinzel at 52

    Lucius at 61

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    Idontknow wrote:


    But the pride of Mounds View High School is probably Adam Weber or Billy Turner.

    That McClanahan kid was all right.

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    BlueBandit24 wrote:


    Scott Wheeler’s Top 64 draft list at The Athletic included four Gophers:

    Snuggerud at 19

    Chesley at 40

    Rinzel at 52

    Lucius at 61

    Luke Mittelstadt also an honorable mention as an over-ager.

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    Moore listed as a candidate for a top 10 pick

    [media]https://twitter.com/scottcwheeler/status/1494326370003865611[/media]

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    Oliver Moore — C, U.S. NTDP, 5-foot-10

    You’ll notice all three of the U.S. NTDP forwards included here are centres. And next season, once Stramel goes off to college, the expectation will be that Moore and Will Smith (more on him below) will carry the load offensively at the program as a 1-2 punch down the middle. Moore impressed me on my November trip to Plymouth to watch the U18 team play (he was up from the U17 team and played well) and I’ve really liked what I’ve seen whenever I’ve watched him on tape as well. Moore wants to hang onto the puck and make plays, he’s got an impressive one-timer from the right flank, and he uses some clever movement patterns to make defencemen miss and get to his spots as a shooter.

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    frozen4champs wrote:


    Moore listed as a candidate for a top 10 pick

    [media]https://twitter.com/scottcwheeler/status/1494326370003865611[/media]

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    Oliver Moore — C, U.S. NTDP, 5-foot-10

    You’ll notice all three of the U.S. NTDP forwards included here are centres. And next season, once Stramel goes off to college, the expectation will be that Moore and Will Smith (more on him below) will carry the load offensively at the program as a 1-2 punch down the middle. Moore impressed me on my November trip to Plymouth to watch the U18 team play (he was up from the U17 team and played well) and I’ve really liked what I’ve seen whenever I’ve watched him on tape as well. Moore wants to hang onto the puck and make plays, he’s got an impressive one-timer from the right flank, and he uses some clever movement patterns to make defencemen miss and get to his spots as a shooter.


    That’s impressive for that draft class

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    Logan Cooley!

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    YES! One of the biggest commitments in Gopher hockey history!!!

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    Let’s gooooo! That’s huge. :dup: :dup: :dup:

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    He took it off now per a tweet after that. But I see it still. Probably just crossing T’s and dotting I’s.

    :dance:

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    Sounds fairly coupish to me :mrgreen:

    This deserves an “As the 🌎 Cooley Turns”

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    Just checked and it is still there for me.

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    :M: :M2: :M:

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    Does this mean you are going to buy more tickets to games next year?

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    Wowza. Kudos to whomever it was who suggested the coup.

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    Wait, does this mean there’s not room on the roster for Brink to transfer in this fall?

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    frozen4champs wrote:


    Does this mean you are going to buy more tickets to games next year?


    Yes.

    Now we need him to bring Knies and Faber back!

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    Bonin21 wrote:


    frozen4champs wrote:


    Does this mean you are going to buy more tickets to games next year?


    Yes.

    Now we need him to bring Knies and Faber back!

    Good. I will hold you to that. :good2:

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    BlueBandit24 wrote:


    Wowza. Kudos to whomever it was who suggested the coup.

    [mention]GoldyShuffle[/mention] gets a tip of the hat on this one.

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    Played with Pichora in 2019-20. May be a coincidence or could have helped a bit, too.

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    WE GOT HIM

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    Does the heat get turned down on tBob now until the end of next year? I would say yes.

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    Enlighten me, is this Vanek, Kessle recruit territory?

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    Greyeagle wrote:


    Enlighten me, is this Vanek, Kessle recruit territory?


    Yes. Those two are freaks so he may not put up those kind of numbers, but the potential is huge.

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    1989 – Doug Zmolek – Minnesota – 7

    1996 – Erik Rasmussen – Buffalo – 7

    2003 – Thomas Vanek – Buffalo – 5

    2004 – Blake Wheeler – Phoenix – 5

    2006 – Erik Johnson – St. Louis – 1

    2006 – Phil Kessel – Boston – 5

    2006 – Kyle Okposo – NY Islanders – 7

    2017 – Casey Mittelstadt – Buffalo – 8

    2022 – Logan Cooley – ? – ?

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    :mrgreen: Possibly replacing Grant Scott as the greatest Gopher from the Pittsburgh area?

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    Definition of a one and done but I’m cool with that we have some scoring to replace next year. But man put him on a line with sophomore Knies wind them up and watch em go.

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    Bonin21 wrote:


    1989 – Doug Zmolek – Minnesota – 7

    1996 – Erik Rasmussen – Buffalo – 7

    2003 – Thomas Vanek – Buffalo – 5

    2004 – Blake Wheeler – Phoenix – 5

    2006 – Erik Johnson – St. Louis – 1

    2006 – Phil Kessel – Boston – 5

    2006 – Kyle Okposo – NY Islanders – 7

    2017 – Casey Mittelstadt – Buffalo – 8

    2022 – Logan Cooley – ? – ?

    Pushing for the first overall spot but likely 2-5 range

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    Numbers look tight for next year. Incoming:

    Cooley

    Kurth

    Pinoniemi

    Mittelstadt

    Snuggerud

    Lucius

    Strobel

    Warner out there yet have a hard time seeing him here.

    Obviously, you don’t turn down Cooley. Curious if there are more dominoes to fall.

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    Iceburg wrote:


    :mrgreen: Possibly replacing Grant Scott as the greatest Gopher from the Pittsburgh area?


    Who is the best American Gopher from east of Chicago/Madison ever?

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    BlueBandit24 wrote:


    Numbers look tight for next year. Incoming:

    Cooley

    Kurth

    Pinoniemi

    Mittelstadt

    Snuggerud

    Lucius

    Strobel

    Warner out there yet have a hard time seeing him here.

    Obviously, you don’t turn down Cooley. Curious if there are more dominoes to fall.


    I don’t think Mittelstadt the forward signed an NLI. He and Warner may need to find new homes

    I expect Walker/McLaughlin/Meyers and now also expect Cruikshank gone, with Knies the question.

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    For those who want to get a quick update about who he is. A couple of articles about him.

    [media]https://twitter.com/scottcwheeler/status/1493298483566190596[/media]

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    4. Logan Cooley — C, U.S. NTDP, 5-foot-10

    Cooley is a beautiful, flowing skater capable of beating defenders off the mark or circling the zone to get defenders watching him with the puck. He’s got an uncanny ability to side-step and hop around oncoming players at speed. He’s got a great sixth sense for timing and spacing around the zone which frees him to accept passes or jumps him onto rebounds. Despite a smallish frame, he regularly flashes skill to the inside, slicing to the middle and pulling pucks through or around defenders.

    He’s also a Swiss Army knife player who combines NHL speed and skill with a working attitude to push pace, make plays, win races, stay involved, and get onto the ice in all situations. I love his tempo and feel for the game out there. His touch with the puck and hands both get high grades, his skating (particularly his change of pace) and energy level are both differentiators, and those things make for a pretty compelling package on the ice. You won’t find a scout who doesn’t like him, either

    https://smahtscouting.com/2021/12/27/scouting-report-logan-cooley/

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    Bonin21 wrote:


    Iceburg wrote:


    :mrgreen: Possibly replacing Grant Scott as the greatest Gopher from the Pittsburgh area?


    Who is the best American Gopher from east of Chicago/Madison ever?

    Brent Gates?

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    Logan Cooley committed to the Gophers per his Instagram account

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    Iceburg wrote:


    Bonin21 wrote:


    Iceburg wrote:


    :mrgreen: Possibly replacing Grant Scott as the greatest Gopher from the Pittsburgh area?


    Who is the best American Gopher from east of Chicago/Madison ever?

    Brent Gates?

    Geno Pichora, the goalie who committed right before Covid and is from Pittsburgh, could have also been a candidate to dethrone Grant Scott but since he’s got a .906 save percentage in a league I’ve never heard of currently, guessing Cooley has a slight edge over him in terms of potential.

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    B3NZ wrote:


    Logan Cooley committed to the Gophers per his Instagram account


    https://i1.sndcdn.com/artworks-000059262604-dxscuh-t500x500.jpg" />

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    Iceburg wrote:


    Bonin21 wrote:


    Iceburg wrote:


    :mrgreen: Possibly replacing Grant Scott as the greatest Gopher from the Pittsburgh area?


    Who is the best American Gopher from east of Chicago/Madison ever?

    Brent Gates?

    Kind of mind blowing considering we’re in year 101.

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    I know people don’t necessarily move on when they’re ready and often do it before but I think it’d be best for Knies to work on some of his other skills before moving on. He’s a big net front guy and excels in that area but is kinda one dimensional. You can make a career out of that role but you’d prob make more money long term as a more well rounded player.

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    I know people don’t necessarily move on when they’re ready and often do it before but I think it’d be best for Knies to work on some of his other skills before moving on. He’s a big net front guy and excels in that area but is kinda one dimensional. You can make a career out of that role but you’d prob make more money long term as a more well rounded player.

    I’m sorry but calling Knies one dimensional is just wrong lol

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    Agreed

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    Moore and Cooley in the span of about a week Fake Bob Motzko should have some fun with this #recruiting

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    Wait, does this mean there’s not room on the roster for Brink to transfer in this fall?

    How does this impact Anders Lee? :mrgreen:

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    trixR4kids wrote:


    I know people don’t necessarily move on when they’re ready and often do it before but I think it’d be best for Knies to work on some of his other skills before moving on. He’s a big net front guy and excels in that area but is kinda one dimensional. You can make a career out of that role but you’d prob make more money long term as a more well rounded player.

    I’m sorry but calling Knies one dimensional is just wrong lol

    At this level he isn’t but at that level he probably would be.

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    maroon_and_gold wrote:


    trixR4kids wrote:


    I know people don’t necessarily move on when they’re ready and often do it before but I think it’d be best for Knies to work on some of his other skills before moving on. He’s a big net front guy and excels in that area but is kinda one dimensional. You can make a career out of that role but you’d prob make more money long term as a more well rounded player.

    I’m sorry but calling Knies one dimensional is just wrong lol

    At this level he isn’t but at that level he probably would be.

    Is matty beniers one dimensional? Luke Hughes?

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