“Albie certainly has had a lot of success in his coaching career and has earned the opportunity to be the associate head coach here at BU He made great contributions last year as a coach and continues to be a fantastic recruiter for our program.“We’re very excited to add Scott to our coaching staff after a year as our operations director. It goes without saying, but it will be an easy transition for him, especially with his hockey background and the amount of respect he’s earned throughout the sport.”
#BU-bound Jack DeBoer was a force in the AYHL playing with the NJ Colonials last year, great shot, size, skating continues to come along.— Over The Boards (@OTBPuckWatch) September 2, 2015
Jack DeBoer (#19 Constitution, R, 6-2/160, ’00) DeBoer, the son of newly appointed San Jose Sharks head coach Peter DeBoer, is a blue chip prospect and, like Goldowski, will likely attract NTDP attention throughout the upcoming season, which he will play at Salisbury. A tall, lanky center out of the New Jersey Colonials organization, DeBoer led the team in offense with a 27-35-62 line in 35 games. He has a lot going for him -- an NHL frame, high-end shooting ability both from a standstill and in stride, and soft mitts. He makes smart decisions with the puck, passing at the right time and using his reach and body positioning to shield the puck instead of over exposing as many high-level players do at his age. His skating is a work in progress as he lacks both agility and balance, but that will surely come.
F Tyler Weiss-Don Mills Flyers, 5’11”, 140, Left shotOne of the larger forwards you will see at Age 14, Weiss is an intriguing offensive player. He is elusive when transitioning the puck and very slippery if you try to pin him down in the offensive zone. Despite playing forward at the Mini Chowder Cup, he looked at home defensively because of his size and ability to read developing plays. Quicker for his size than you might expect, Weiss could add a new dimension to his games as he continues to get stronger.
Tyler Weiss (00) commits to Boston U. Don Mills Flyers forward has some nasty stick skills. Great offensive vision. Fluid skater. #NTDPwatch— Matt Grainda (@graindaiv) September 2, 2015
Jake Wise, Jack DeBoer & Tyler Weiss are three big-time 2000 recruits for Boston University. Excellent recruiting trail success. #Terriers— Matt Grainda (@graindaiv) September 2, 2015