Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Kenny Agostino staying; Andrew Miller and Antoine Laganiere close to deals

Expect the next several days to be busy with NHL signings here in New Haven.

Kenny Agostino said today that he plans to stay at Yale for his senior season. The junior forward, traded just before the NCAA regionals from Pittsburgh to Calgary as part of the Jarome Iginla trade, considered his pro options but will finish his education. It's huge for the Bulldogs, who certainly plan on being there to defend their NCAA title.

Seniors Andrew Miller and Antoine Laganiere are expected to sign NHL deals within the next 24 hours. Both have multiple offers and are close to a decision, having narrowed their choices down to a couple of teams each. Miller, according to a source, is down to two teams.

Goalie Jeff Malcolm may also get some NHL attention after his performance in the NCAA tournament, though, as of Tuesday morning, didn't have any offers. 

Also, Yale has been invited to throw out the first pitch at Saturday's Red Sox game at Fenway Park against the Royals.


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