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As of now there are five players headed to Clarkson in the near future, three who are expected to arrive next season and two more who could either arrive next year or the following season.
Here's an early look at the future Golden Knights.
James De Haas
A 6-foot-4, 205-pound defenseman, De Haas has already been drafted by a National Hockey League team. The Detroit Red Wings selected him in the sixth round with the 170th overall pick last summer.
He is playing this season in the British Columbia Hockey League for the Penticton Vees and through 18 games he has scored three goals with seven assists and has just six penalty minutes.
De Haas, who was born in May of 1994, was also chosen to play for Team Canada West in the World Jr. A Challenge Cup.

Tyler Briggs
A goalie for the West Kelowna Warriors of the BCHL, Briggs has gotten off to a solid start this season with an 8-6 record and a 2.23 goals-against average along with a .922 save percentage in 14 games. Briggs, who is 5-foot-11, 185 pounds, was born in April of 1992.
Here are highlights of Briggs's squad playing in a recent game:

Jordan Boucher-Gould
A 5-10, 164-pound forward, Boucher-Gould is playing this season for the Sioux City Musketeers of the USHL.
Boucher-Gould has played in 13 games and has one goal and two assists and 26 penalty minutes. Last year he played in 49 games and scored seven goals with 15 assists and had 34 penalty minutes.
Troy Josephs
A forward for the St. Michael's Buzzers of the Ontario Junior Hockey League, Josephs could arrive next fall or may play one more year of juniors before coming to Clarkson.
Joesphs is 6-feet, 179 pounds and was born in May of 1994.
He's played in 19 games this year with nine goals and eight assists and has 52 penalty minutes. Last year in 41 games he scored 11 goals with 13 assists.
He was recently chosen to play for Team Canada East in the World Jr. A Challenge Cup.
Anthony Paskaruk
A forward with the Brooks Bandits of the Alberta Junior Hockey League, Paskaruk is either coming to Clarkson next fall or the following year.
He is 5-foot-10, 175 pounds and was born in January of 1994.
This season Paskaruk has played in 19 games and has five goals and six assists and 24 penalty minutes.
Paskaruk was featured in an interview last year but it will not post properly here. This is a link to cut and paste:

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