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RPI Announces Their Class Of 2016

Courtesy, RPI Athletics

RPI Hockey makes a big announcment in regards to their 2016 class.

9 players were mentioned by RPI coach Seth Appert. Among this group are 5 forwards, 3 defenseman and a goaltender.

Heading up the class are forwards Milos Bubela from Slovakia, Andrew Commers from Minnesota, Travis Fulton From Canada, Mark Miller from Massena, New York, and Mike Zalewski who hails from New Hartford, New York.

The new defenseman are as follows:  Craig Bokenfor, Chris Bradley and Phil Hampton.

The newly signed Goalie is Jason Kasdorf from Winnipeg.

Head coach¬† Seth Appert commented “We are excited with the addition of these 9 new young men and their families to the RPI hockey family”.

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