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Kearly, Ferguson No Longer with Vermont Hockey Program

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Jake Kearly and Mitch Ferguson are no longer with the University of Vermont hockey program.

Both players were listed on the team’s roster on Saturday, but have since been removed.

Ferguson was expected to be a junior defenseman for the Catamounts. The Calgary, Alberta native played in 20 games as a sophomore, scoring two goals and two assists. He had a goal and assist in six games during his freshman season. He came to UVM after two seasons with Salmon Arm in the BCHL.

Kearly, a Newmarket, Ontario native, was slated to be a sophomore defenseman. He played in nine games as a freshman, recording just one assist. He played two seasons in the BCHL after playing prep school hockey for St. Andrew’s College.

Neither player has junior eligibility remaining. Their future is unknown, whether they will remain at UVM as students or transfer to another school.