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Union hockey center Jooris forgoing senior year to sign with Calgary Flames (updated)

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The Union hockey team is losing an important offensive cog in its lineup. Center Josh Jooris signed the NHL's Calgary Flames, the team announced Tuesday. Jooris, who had 29 goals and 59 assists in 117 career games, is giving up his senior year. He gets a two-year, two-way entry-level deal — $832,500 (NHL)/ $70,000 (AHL) per year — and a signing bonus of $92,500 in each year for a total value of $925,000. He recently ...


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irishlad1234
July 30, 2013
3:54 p.m.

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Well Josh better be at the top of his game when he gets to Calgary because he is going up to meet, I think the toughest NHL coach in Hockey, Bob Hartley, and if you don't know Bob Hartley you'd better do your homework Josh. Uncle Bob will be very tough on the new college players coming to his team, but Josh has to hang in there, and he will do just fine. Josh might be sent down to the A for sometime but he will be back if he does well there, I know because my son went to Quebec after College, and wound up in Hershey with none other then Uncle Bob, and they won the Calder Cup with Uncle Bob.

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