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Recruiting Linkorama

Miami recruit Will Weber looks like an interesting player, he comes from the non-traditional route of Michigan High School hockey. Weber was highly-recruited before choosing Miami, over Michigan State, and his father's alma mater, Cornell. Miami brought out the big guns, having Weber meet with the university president on his recruiting trip. What's even more interesting is that Weber could be an NHL draft pick this summer. I sometimes feel like players, and parents, put too much emphasis on where they play, and making sure they're on the "right team". This is further proof that if you're good enough, hockey people will find you. Weber will likely play in the USHL next season, and he should be a very high pick in the USHL draft this summer.

USHL Central Scouting featured Patrick Wey and Zach Tatrn, though Tatrn's name is spelled incorrectly.

The OHL Cup, which is a showcase tournament for players in their OHL Draft year, took place a couple weeks ago. Here are the Top Ten players from the tournament, according to some random Canadian blog. Here are the Scoring Leaders for the tournament.

There's some unconfirmed internet rumors out there that 1992-birthdate Luke Moffatt is considering moving from Phoenix to Toronto next year to play for the incredibly-good Toronto Jr. Canadiens. The idea seems to be that he could play in Toronto next season, and then play for the NTDP the following year. Moffatt is rated as one of the best available players for this summer's WHL Bantam Draft, so it would be nice if he decided to stick with the NCAA route.