Preps dominate NHL draft boards

Cristoval Nieves of The Kent School scores a goal v. Team Russia

Local New England prep school hockey players stand a good chance to get drafter in the upcoming NHL draft. Here are some of the prospects with their rankings according to the NHL Central Scouting Service:

  • 27 Cristoval “Boo” Nieves, Kent School, 6′ 2.75″ 184, C
  • 33 Dawson Sprigings, The Gunnery, 5′ 11.25″ 206 G
  • 54 Brian Hart, Phillips Exeter, 6′ 2.0″ 216, RW 
  • 69 Chris Calnan, Noble & Greenough, 6′ 1.75″ 188, RW 
  • 76 Danny O’Regan, St. Sebastian’s, 5′ 8.75″ 162, C
  • 79 Devin Tringale, Lawrence Academy, 5’11.5″ 186, LW
  • 99 Doyle Somerby, Kimball Union, 6′ 4.5″ 232, D
  • 101 Adam Gilmour, Noble & Greenough, 6′ 2.25″ 193, RW
  • 108 Matthew Beattie, Phillips Exeter, 6′ 3.0″ 173, LW 
  • 132 John Stevens, Salisbury, 6′ 1.25″ 175, C 
  • 145 Kevin Duane, Brunswick, 6′ 4.0″ 219, RW 
  • 166 Alex Rauter, Choate-Rosemary Hall, 6′ 0.0″ 174, LW 
  • 208 Tim Boyle, Noble & Greenough, 6′ 1.75″ 185, D 
  • 210 Zachary Pryzbek, Salisbury, 6′ 2.75″ 199, LW

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2 Responses to Preps dominate NHL draft boards

  1. Joe Hebert

    Congrats to the Lawrwnce Academy hockey team.

    http://hockeyjournal.com/news/prep/2011-12/Lawrence_Academy_standout_Tringale-s_draft_stock_rising

    Great job. Wish I was there.

  2. Prepstar

    Good luck to all the potential NHL Prep school players.

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