College men's hockey: Winnipeg forward commits to Bulldogs
Minnesota Duluth received a verbal commitment from 16-year-old forward Carter Loney of Winnipeg, Manitoba, on Monday. He announced his commitment via Instagram.
Minnesota Duluth received a verbal commitment from 16-year-old forward Carter Loney of Winnipeg, Manitoba, on Monday. He announced his commitment via Instagram .
"Proud to announce my commitment to play at the University of Minnesota-Duluth," Loney wrote. "Thank you to everyone that has helped me reach this point."
Born in Columbus, Ohio, Loney has dual citizenship in Canada and the United States. He has taken part in USA Hockey Boys Select Player Development camps the past two years.
A high school junior, Loney is in his third season at Rink Hockey Academy in Winnipeg. He has three goals and three assists in six Canadian Sport School Hockey League games this year with Nationals' Midget Prep team. Last year he finished with 13 goals and 23 assists playing for the 15s. In 2016-17, he totaled 12 goals and 18 assists with Rink's Bantam Prep.