Neutral Zone, a prominent scouting and player ranking service gave Randazzo an “A” ranking for his performance in the Telus Cup.
They stated ” Has good size and very good mobility.
A player with a tendency to perform in big games, Molenaar had two goals and four assists in the state tournament.
Playing for Team SW in the MN Elite League Molenaar scored 5 goals in the 2017 championship game.
On January 13th, it was announced that former Alexandria, MN High School goaltender Aaron Randazzo has committed to the SCSU Huskies. Randazzo, who just turned 17 in May, is a 6″0″ 177 pound left-catching goaltender who played 15 games for the Alexandria Cardinals as a freshman in 2016-17 and 21 games for The Notre Dame Hounds AAA Midget program competing in the Saskatchewan Midget Hockey League (SMHL).
“FCA Hockey Advisors is excited to announce that Advisory Player Aaron Randazzo has committed to play his college hockey at St. Randazzo posted outstanding numbers compiling a 1.62 GAA and .920 SV% in 21 regular season games and 1.00 GAA and .951 SV% in 4 Telus Cup playoff games.
Mobile, puck-moving defenseman, Jack Peart of Grand Rapids, MN announced via Twitter on June 4th his commitment to St. He announced, “Honored to announce my commitment to play college hockey at St. Thanks to my teammates, family, and coaches.”The ’03 birth-date Peart has been opening eyes in hockey circles and was recently ranked as a top-ten American player eligible to be drafted by Canada’s Western Hockey League in their recent draft.
Typically, US players do not go that route preferring to play in the United States.
He was also tied for 7th among defenseman with 34 points in 59 games. Cloud Times in May “He can shoot the puck, has good vision, great hockey sense and is very coachable. The Huskies will enter the 2018-19 season with ten defenseman including seniors Jimmy Schuldt, Jon Lizotte and Mika Ilvonen, Juniors Clark Kuster and Jack Ahcan and sophomores Luke Jaycox and Tyler Anderson.
Neutral Zone, a well-known ranking and profiling service recently noted “A heady offensive defender who lacks size but not strength or power.
He shows a tremendous amount of puck poise, eyes are always up, waiting out defenders for lanes to open or quickly finding teammates from long distance.
Neutral Zone, a prominent scouting and ranking service ranked Molenaar as one of seven “A” ranked players in the 2018 Class AA State Tournament. He managed the puck well, got shots to the net and has good size and strength.
He competes hard, slides to good spots without the puck and set up screens well.