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The 2022 men's college hockey transfer board

This page tracks the movement of Division-I men's players in the NCAA transfer portal.

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GRAND FORKS — The NCAA transfer portal is going to play a major role in shaping college hockey teams for the 2022-23 season.

For a second-straight year, there's a surge of players into the portal for a variety of reasons.

First, the NCAA ruled that the 2020-21 season doesn't count against anyone's eligibility. So, everyone who played that season, has five years. However, coaches might not have room to keep all of those players for five years. Some of those spots have been promised to incoming freshmen. A lot of those players want to keep playing college hockey and have entered the portal.

Second, beginning last year, the NCAA started allowing players to transfer once without sitting out for a season.

This page will track men's college hockey player movement during the 2021 offseason, following players who have committed to new programs and those who have entered the transfer portal and are still available.

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For any tips or updates, email Herald writer Brad Schlossman at bschlossman@gfherald.com. To get updates on social media, follow Schlossman on Twitter.

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Men's hockey transfers 2022

NCHC

Denver

Miami

Minnesota Duluth

North Dakota

Omaha

St. Cloud State

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Western Michigan

Big Ten

Michigan State

Notre Dame

Ohio State

Penn State

Wisconsin

CCHA

Bemidji State

Bowling Green

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Ferris State

Lake Superior State

Michigan Tech

Northern Michigan

St. Thomas

Hockey East

Boston College

Maine

Merrimack

New Hampshire

Northeastern

Providence

UConn

UMass

UMass Lowell

Vermont

ECAC

Brown

Clarkson

Colgate

Cornell

Dartmouth

Quinnipiac

RPI

St. Lawrence

Union

Atlantic Hockey

American International

Bentley

Canisius

Holy Cross

Mercyhurst

Niagara

RIT

Sacred Heart

Independents

Alaska Anchorage

Alaska Fairbanks

Arizona State

Lindenwood

Long Island

NCAA Division III

Augsburg

Bethel

Colby

SUNY-Geneseo

Canadian colleges

Guelph

Manitoba

Uncommitted players in transfer portal

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Schlossman has covered college hockey for the Grand Forks Herald since 2005. He has been recognized by the Associated Press Sports Editors as the top beat writer for the Herald's circulation division four times and the North Dakota sportswriter of the year once. He resides in Grand Forks. Reach him at bschlossman@gfherald.com.
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