Jarod Hilderman, a right-shot defenseman from Kamsack, Saskatchewan, has committed to Minnesota-Duluth for the fall of 2016. A '97, Hilderman played bantam and midget hockey in his native province, but is moving to British Columbia this year to play for the Penticton Vees in the BCHL. He impressed UMD coaches at the recent BCHL showcase, and earned a scholarship offer.
Very happy and excited to be committed to @UMDHockey #bulldogs— Jarod Hilderman (@J_rodHildy) September 9, 2013
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