In 2014/15, Davies spent his first season in the league, appearing in 52 of 60 regular season games. The 5-8, 158-pound St. Louis native notched four goals and ten assists. With a +10 plus/minus differential, Davies ranked third among Dubuque defensemen. He appeared in four of the Saints’ postseason contests with a +2 mark. Davies is committed to Ohio State University.
Growing up as the youngest of Stan and Jenny Martin’s four competitive kids, Luke Martin had no shortage of challenges as a kid.
“No matter what we played, it was always a competition,” the St. Louis native said. “We were always betting something or having fun with it.”
“When they get tired, they start leaning on you a little bit,” Patrick Maroon said. “When we do what we’re supposed to be doing, there can be some long shifts down there.”
“We look for a player with a hockey IQ, a player who can think the game,” said Varady. “We look for players who can skate and play our pressure style.
General Manager Basil McRae announced today that the London Knights 4th round (64th overall) pick in the 2013 OHL Priority Selection, Matthew Tkachuk, has committed to and entered into an Ontario Hockey League Standard Player’s Agreement with the London Knights.
It’s big news, then, that Tkachuk officially committed to the OHL’s London Knights Friday. Not only can he shift the OHL’s power balance, but the decision was a bit of a shock considering how many ties Tkachuk had to the U.S. college system.
The Fairbanks Ice Dogs, proud members of the North American Hockey League (NAHL), are pleased to announce that defenseman Johnny Mueller has committed to play NCAA Division I hockey at American International College in the Atlantic Hockey Association (AHA).
Wisconsin men’s hockey goaltending recruit Luke Opilka and other top United States goaltenders eligible for international play will have the chance to further hone their skills between the pipes at the eighth annual Warren Strelow National Team Goaltending Camp, which kicked off today in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and runs through Sunday.