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2014-15 College Hockey Recruiting Podcast

In combination with Brad Elliott Schlossman from the Grand Forks Herald, we attempt to rank and dissect the incoming recruiting classes in the Big Ten and NCHC. My full rankings are listed below.

Verona native and North Dakota recruit Nick Schmaltz is one of the top incoming freshmen in the nation.
Verona native and North Dakota recruit Nick Schmaltz is one of the top incoming freshmen in the nation.
Bruce Bennett

Big Ten Forward Recruits:

1) Dylan Larkin -- Michigan
2) Scott Conway -- Penn State
3) Adam Rockwood -- Wisconsin
4) Cameron Hughes -- Wisconsin
5) Leon Bristedt -- Minnesota
6) Nick Jones -- Ohio State
7) Dexter Dancs -- Michigan
8) Matt Weis -- Ohio State
9) Matt Ustaski -- Wisconsin
10) Kevin Miller -- Ohio State
11) Dylan Pavelek -- Michigan State
12) Christian Lampasso -- Ohio State

Big Ten Defense Recruits:

1) Jack Dougherty -- Wisconsin
2) Josh Jacobs -- Michigan State
3) Zach Werenski -- Michigan
4) Jack Glover -- Minnesota
5) Steve Johnson -- Minnesota
6) Ryan Collins -- Minnesota
7) Erik Autio -- Penn State
8) Keegan Ford -- Wisconsin
9) Janik Moser -- Ohio State
10) Jake Linhart -- Wisconsin

NCHC Forward Recruits:

1) Nick Schmaltz -- North Dakota
2) Jake Randolph -- Nebraska Omaha
3) Karson Kuhlman -- Minnesota Duluth
4) Danton Hienen -- Denver
5) Tyler Vesel -- Nebraska Omaha
6) Austin Poganski -- North Dakota
7) Trevor Olson -- North Dakota
8) Jared Thomas -- Minnesota Duluth
9) Blake Winicki -- St. Cloud State
10) Aidan Muir -- Western Michigan
11) Avery Peterson -- Nebraska Omaha
12) Brett Boehm -- Minnesota Duluth

NCHC Defense Recruits:

1) Louie Belpedio -- Miami
2) Tucker Poolman -- North Dakota
3) Mika Ilvonen -- St. Cloud State
4) Luc Snuggerud -- Nebraska Omaha
5) Garrett Cecere -- Colorado College
6) Teemu Kivihalme -- Colorado College
7) Nathan Widman -- St. Cloud State

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