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Committed players

Committed players Forwards Evan Trupp, Penticton (BCHL), 2007 Brad Malone, Sioux Falls (USHL), 2007 Matt Frattin, Fort Saskatchewan, (AJHL), 2007 Brent Davidson, Neepawa (MJHL), 2007 Brett Hextall, Penticton (BCHL), 2008 Brett Bruneteau, Indiana ...

Committed players

Forwards

Evan Trupp, Penticton (BCHL), 2007

Brad Malone, Sioux Falls (USHL), 2007

Matt Frattin, Fort Saskatchewan, (AJHL), 2007

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Brent Davidson, Neepawa (MJHL), 2007

Brett Hextall, Penticton (BCHL), 2008

Brett Bruneteau, Indiana (USHL), 2008

Mike Cichy, Tri-City (USHL), 2008

Jason Gregoire, Lincoln (USHL), 2008

Danny Kristo, U.S. Under-18, 2009

Mike Fink, Waterloo (USHL), 2009

Defensemen

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Jake Marto, Omaha (USHL), 2007

Derrick LaPoint, Green Bay (USHL), 2007

Ben Blood, Des Moines (USHL), 2008

Joe Gleason, Edina High School, 2008 or 2009

Goaltender

Brad Eidsness, Okotoks (AJHL), 2008

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