UConn men's hockey recruiting
The Huskies continue to load up on ‘05 prospects.
Matthew Wood, a power forward out of British Columbia, is purported to be a "special talent."
The Huskies’ youngest commitment is one of the top players in his age group in the Tri-State Area.
The Huskies add another defenseman to their 2021-22 roster.
The Huskies continue to stockpile talent between the pipes.
The final piece of the Huskies’ roster puzzle is now in place.
Teleguine is expected to be the final forward added the Huskies’ 2021-22 roster.
The Huskies’ pipeline out of British Columbia continues to produce talent.
The Huskies turn their focus to the future with two new commitments.
The recruiting dead period has prevented the Huskies’ staff from watching prospects play. To further complicate matters, this year’s seniors are eligible to stay another season.
The Huskies stay hot on the recruiting trail.
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The Huskies will lose two key players for at least the next two weeks but will add one of their top signees soon after.
Terness projects to be the Huskies’ goaltender of the future.
Catching up on the latest UConn men’s hockey recruiting news.
The Huskies are bringing more elite talent to Storrs this fall.
The Huskies land another elite forward for their class of 2020.
The Huskies beef up their defense with a physical defenseman.
The Huskies add some much-needed depth at goaltender.
The Huskies also picked up another 2021 commitment.
Nick Capone is the first elite player from Connecticut to commit to UConn.