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  • Wednesday, September 22, 2021 8:11 PM
    Message # 11111825

    Joe Gramer #23 (D, L, Moorhead HS, 01/01/2005) – Gramer is a skilled, puck-moving defenseman who is only a sophomore but plays like a senior. He’s got great poise and composure with the puck on his stick, he processes his options quickly and makes mature puck decisions. He can shake off forecheckers, has an array of escape moves to get around opponents and a quick, hard release. He kept pucks in at the offensive blue line with a sturdy stick and was smart about when to retreat and when to pinch at the blue line. Gramer is skilled with the puck, he doesn’t panic when pressured and was able to make subtle lateral moves to buy time and let lanes open and then get his shot through traffic and on the net. In the neutral zone if the passing lane wasn’t there he could skate it or curl back, regroup and survey the ice for an option to develop. A poised, smart, good-sized, two-way defenseman who oozes upside with his puck skill, instincts and competitive level. He won pucks all over the ice and played in every situation in this game and was his team’s best player. A major NCAA D1 prospect who had 1 assist and a team-leading 6 shots in this game.  Grade: A
  • Saturday, September 25, 2021 8:25 AM
    Reply # 11117740 on 11111825

    He's 16...

    ...but GO SPUDS!

  • Sunday, September 26, 2021 6:42 PM
    Reply # 11122606 on 11111825

    Again, just seeding an otherwise dead message board. And, "he plays like a senior". So there is THAT. I could have led with "Has Kothenbuetel found a home yet?", or, "I hope we don't question calls of our flawless officials!", or, "Will masks be allowed because it defeats the purpose of the clear bags if criminals can impersonate Season Ticket Holders", or...

  • Tuesday, September 28, 2021 11:17 AM
    Reply # 11126988 on 11111825
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Ty Mueller is on the roster this season, and he just turned 18 in February. 

    It's very possible over the next few seasons that we start to see more players under the age of 19 joining the team as freshmen. Which means they might not be "statistical giants" in juniors before they arrive here. 

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