CIS Commitments

April Commitments: 3.5 Stars Highlight this Month – Brown and UWO Both Sign Three

Posted on May 13, 2024

April’s college commitments are highlighted by nine Canadian players (Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta), two American players (NE Prep, NGHL), and one Swedish player (SDHL). Five of the twelve players listed are commits for the 2025-26 season, while everyone else is a 2024-25 commit. The top star ratings begin at 3.5 stars. Brown University and…

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March Commits: A 4.75 Star from Canada’s U18 Team Leads the Way

Posted on May 2, 2024

March’s college commitments include 15 Canadian players and 2 American players. Amongst the Canadian players are U18 National team players which include a 4.75 star and a 4.25 star caliber of players. Of the two US players, one comes from the State of Hockey (Minnesota). The other player however is from the non-traditional hockey market…

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February Commits: All Canadian Month

Posted on March 7, 2024

February’s Commit list is an all-Canadian one, that includes players from the Ontario, Manitoba, New Brunswick, and Alberta provinces. This list includes players ranging from 3 stars to 3.75 who will be joining NCAA Division 1 or USport programs next season, along with two players joining their respective teams in 2025. Ava Wood – F…

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January Commitments: Two 3.75 Star Players Highlight

Posted on February 14, 2024

January’s Commit list is a short one, as NCAA and Usport Universities are nearing a full roster. But rest assured, many are still holding a few spots open to see what the rest of the season may bring them. This month is highlighted by a couple of 3 ¾ stars as well as a French…

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December Commits: Six European Players Highlight this Month’s College Commitments

Posted on January 29, 2024

December’s Commit list is very international and is highlighted by 11 Canadian players, 6 European players, and 5 Americans. The European players are a sign that the game is growing overseas, as seen by the results of this year’s IIHF U18 World Championships. Amongst those six European players are a plethora of medals, championships, and…

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November Commits: Two Maritimers Top the List

Posted on January 4, 2024

November has seen over a dozen Canadian players added to the commitment list for the ‘24 and ‘25 seasons. The top 2 Canadian players on the list, Rhyah Stewart and Jessica Mackinnon are a part of the ever-growing number of high-end players to come out of the Maritimes. Both players had represented Team Novia Scotia…

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September/October College Commitments

Posted on November 21, 2023

The months of September and October were incredibly busy for NCAA and some USports schools in signing commitments of a new highly talented crop of players. To the best of our knowledge, 51 players in those two months have acknowledged their commitment to play hockey at the next level. We are seeing here a variety…

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August Commitments: A mix of ’23, ’24, and ’25 grads

Posted on September 21, 2023

August was a very active month for college commitments. We have begun to see a large roster of 2025 grads begin to commit to their respective schools. While there are still many quality 2024 grads that are still available and some have found a home in the month of August. And during this month we…

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July Commitments: 4 Star Team USA Goaltender and Lebanon Valley College battle for headlines

Posted on August 16, 2023

One might have thought July would be a slow month for Commits but this July was not the case. While many D3 programs are adding to their roster at this time, a few D1 programs are adding in for the future and committing players for the ‘24 and ‘25 seasons. Four star Layla Hemp headlines…

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June Commitments: Excellent 3.5 & 3 Stars Top the List

Posted on July 7, 2023

A short June list of commits does not mean these athletes are bottom of the barrel players. The few signings are solid ones with players signing early to Division 1 schools, players going the Division 3 route that may have felt as a better fit for them, and some electing to hone their skills in…

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