Where former players are

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Ever wonder if and/or where some of the state’s former college hockey players are pursuing the sport?

It’s pretty easy to follow some, such as UVM’s Martin St. Louis and Tim Thomas, established NHL stars.

Others, like UVM’s Evan Stoflet or Norwich’s Nikita Kashirsky, might be a little more difficult to find.

A glance through league rosters show the following players have played at least one game so far for their teams (and there are undoubtedly more out there somewhere):

National Hockey League

Keith Aucoin (Norwich), Washington Capitals (recalled Thursday from the AHL’s Hershey Bears)

Torrey Mitchell (UVM), St. Jose Sharks

Patrick Sharp (UVM), Chicago Blackhawks

Martin St. Louis (UVM), Tampa Bay Lightning

Viktor Stalberg (UVM), Toronto Maple Leafs

Tim Thomas (UVM), Boston Bruins

American Hockey League

Ryan Gunderson (UVM), Houston Aeros

Jaime Sifers (UVM), Houston Aeros

Graham Mink (UVM), Rochester Americans

Joe Fallon (UVM), Rockford IceHogs

Dean Strong (UVM), Worcester Sharks

ECHL

Scott Mifsud (UVM), Gwinnett Gladiators

Rick Cleaver (Norwich), Kalamazoo Wings

Peter Lenes (UVM), Onario Reign

Nikita Kashirsky (Norwich), South Carolina Stingrays

Kenny MacAulay (UVM), Stockton Thunder

Evan Stoflet (UVM), Utah Grizzlies

International Hockey League

Phil Youngclaus (UVM), Dayton Gems

Matt Syroczynski (UVM), Fort Wayne Komets

Central Hockey League

Justin Quenneville (St.Michael’s), Corpus Christi Ice Rays

EUROPE

Brady Leisenring (UVM), Landshut Cannibals (Germany)

Kurtis McLean (Norwich), Lukka Rauma (Finland)

Martin Wilde (UVM), Bolzano HC (Italy)

Andreas Moberg (UVM), Landshut Cannibals (Germany)

Eric Perrin (UVM), Omsk Avasgard (Russia)

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