Wisconsin Hockey Recruiting
The Badgers picked up their second 1997-born forward recruit from Wayzata high school in Minnesota, this time landing skilled sophomore forward Max Zimmer.
Potential recruits Dante Fabbro and Tyson Jost will play with the Penticton Vees in the BCHL next year, retaining their NCAA eligibility.
Wisconsin joins a list of schools that includes Minnesota and Boston College who have scrapped the "gentlemen's agreement," and will recruit potential prospects up until they have signed an NCAA Letter of Intent.
The Badgers secured a big recruit on Saturday when 6'5, 190-pound defenseman Adam Parsells from Wausau committed to Wisconsin.
The Badgers add veteran forward Cullen Hurley to the fold for next season as they inch closer to finalizing the 2014 recruiting class.
Needing to replace six departing seniors at forward, the Badgers are bringing in Edmonton's Cameron Hughes for a campus visit.
Wisconsin recruits Seamus Malone, Jack Dougherty and Matthew Berkovitz are all considered "players to watch" by NHL Central Scouting.