Friday, May 18, 2012

MN High School Alumni Committing Division I

A few Minnesota High School Hockey alumni have made commitments to Division-I schools. It hasn't been covered much so I figured I would post for the viewers who have yet to read of these commits.

Siiro with Dubuque in 2011-2012
Photo courtesy of USHL.com
Ryan Siiro, Forward (Bloomington Jefferson) to Princeton- Siiro totaled 11-11-22 in 27 games in the 10-11 season for the Jefferson Jaguars. Playing this season with Dubuque of the USHL, Siiro totaled 6-6-12 in 52 games. Not a big name player in high school and possibly unheard of by many, congrats to Ryan for continuing his hockey career at a great school. I am unsure whether or not he will play another season with Dubuque before heading to Princeton.
Bahe scoring agains rival White Bear Lake during his playing
days at Hill-Murray. Photo Courtesy of MNhockeyhub.com
Ben Bahe, Forward (Hill-Murray) to Merrimack- Bahe was a player who drew the attention of multiple schools in high school. A Mr. Hockey candidate in 2011, Bahe totaled 28-37-65 in 28 games his senior season. Playing with Topeka in the NAHL, Bahe ended the season with 17-24-41 in 59 games this season. Bahe is expected to join the Warriors next season.
Burke with the Bobcats in 2011-2012.
Photo Courtesy of NAHL.com
Tommy Burke, Goalie (Academy of Holy Angels) to Bowling Green- Burke played high school hockey for the Holy Angel Stars, and just finished his second season in the NAHL for the Bismark Bobcats, setting a team record 31 wins this season.

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