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2019 Hockey Player to U of Maine #51210
01/10/14 12:18 PM
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A 7th grader just committed to U of Maine. How long til Petro and Breschi start trolling middle school kids? When I was in 7th grade as I was looking for was...?

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Re: 2019 Hockey Player to U of Maine [Re: jackstraw] #51213
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Originally Posted by tennesseejed
A 7th grader just committed to U of Maine. How long til Petro and Breschi start trolling middle school kids? When I was in 7th grade as I was looking for was...?
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Seventh grader Oliver Wahlstrom has committed to play college hockey for Red Gendron at the University of Maine. Just weeks after Springfield Cathedral goaltender Keith Petruzzelli became the first '99 in the country to commit, Wahlstrom one-upped him. Wahlstrom was born June 13, 2000, meaning he won't turn 14 for another six months, which makes him the youngest player to ever commit to an NCAA college hockey program.
Although off-topic to lacrosse, here are two videos of this junior league player at nine and ten years of age. He will be eligible to participate at the University of Maine in the Fall 2019 semester.

This child has incredible stickwork and skating skill as you can see. Being from Yarmouth, Maine, this is his home town college and the family might well be season ticket holders for Maine. (For those not familiar with NCAA Division I's Hockey East Conference, the level of competition is the very best in the country and the college varsity teams play a tremendous brand of hockey.)




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Re: 2019 Hockey Player to U of Maine [Re: CageSage] #51220
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The NCAA is a joke. They are all for the schools and show no consideration for the so-called student/athlete. Why even bother with these nonsense no college coach contact until junior year dates. Obviously coaches easily get around them. While lax programs and other non-revenue sports aren't as cutthroat as football and basketball, they are moving in that direction morally.

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Re: 2019 Hockey Player to U of Maine [Re: CageSage] #51272
01/11/14 01:32 PM
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all this talk about reclassifying and playing down.here is a great player who must of started school at 2 years old and will graduate at 14.i am sure he always plays against bigger/older boys

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those are two nasty lax style goals

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Re: 2019 Hockey Player to U of Maine [Re: Anonymous] #51311
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
all this talk about reclassifying and playing down.here is a great player who must of started school at 2 years old and will graduate at 14.i am sure he always plays against bigger/older boys

This kid is almost 14 and in the 7th grade. He'll be 19 when he graduates not 14.
Most seventh graders are 12 and turn 13 during the 7th grade. He's a holdback.

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