The NCAA signing period began this morning with goalie Chase Perry and forward Mason Bergh expected to sign soon. Here are the six played joining the Tigers this summer and scheduled for the 2014-15 season.
Incoming Tiger freshmen
Stats through Monday
Jordan Berger, 17, Meridian, Idaho, 5-foot-9, 168 pounds – The Notre Dame Argos center recorded 42 points (27 goals) in 38 Saskatchewan Midget AAA league games.
Garrett Cecere, 19, West Des Moines, Iowa, 5-8, 168 – He is the top-scoring defenseman (22 points, 20 assists, 24 games) for the U.S. Hockey League’s Sioux Falls Stampede after being traded from the Tri-City Storm (15 points, 14 assists in 30 games).
Teemu Kivilhalme, 18, Savage, Minn., 6-0, 157 – The Fargo Force defenseman (12 points, nine assists, 47 games) was a fifth-round draft pick of Nashville in 2013 (140th overall).
Daniel Labosky, 18, Edina, Minn., 5-7, 155 – The forward is third in points (32, 22 assists) in 59 games for the USHL’s Tri-City Storm.
Duggie Lagrone, 19, Plano, Texas, 5-9, 170 – The Fairbanks Ice Dogs defenseman has 27 points (17 assists) in 56 North American Hockey League games.
Chase Perry, 18, Andover, Minn., 6-2, 191 – The Wenatchee Wild goalie (15-12-2, 2.24 goals, .905 saves percentage) led his team into the second round of the NAHL playoffs against Fairbanks. His size is complimented by his speed and hands, making him the No. 8-ranked North American goalie for this June’s NHL draft according to NHL Central Scouting.