"Northeastern has been phenomenal for me and has really helped in my development, but as for what's happening next year, it's all up in the air. My goal is to play professional hockey one day, and I really want to go where it's going to continue my development and get to my goal and help me achieve the most."
-- Jamieson Oleksiak
"Tyler has so much natural ability and hockey sense, but really no road map on how to be a professional hockey player from a conditioning standpoint. The map was laid out for him from our training and conditioning coach to the development team and he really bought in." -- Mike Futa
"It's been a little bit of a roller coaster. You get the first-round tag put on you and things didn't quite work out in New York. I had two good years in the minors, but I just wasn't able to crack the lineup. I went to Carolina and had a really good camp and was able to learn a lot from the coaches there. I feel like my game kind of developed." -- Bobby Sanguinetti
"I know he's going to Harvard, which is good. It's going to give him four years to get ready for the pro level, and he's not gambling it all on hockey. He's going to get a great education and he's going to become a better hockey player, a more mature hockey player. But when you got a big guy like that with good hands and good size and good skating ability, it always sticks out." -- Ian Laperriere
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