I had said earlier this week that Andrew Conboy was probably done with college hockey, but that doesn't appear to be the case. According to USHR.com, Conboy is trying to gain admittance as a partial qualifier, meaning he'd start as a sophomore, and could gain back his final year of eligibility if he graduated after three years. The article mentions a few WCHA programs are interested in him.
The Michigan Daily reported that Omaha defenseman Patrick Wiercioch visited Michigan on Monday.
Overager Carlo Finucci is leading the BCHL is scoring and starting to draw college interest. The article says Alaska has shown the most serious interest, and that more offers could be on the way. (Via Junior Hockey Blog)
Dean Spiros of the Minneapolis Star-Tribue profiled Centennial's Tyler Pitlick, who said his goal is to play in the WCHA. I don't think that should be too much of a problem for him.
Detroit Honeybaked defenseman Brandon Archibald visited Notre Dame two weeks ago, to see the Irish play Nebraska-Omaha. Other schools that have expressed interest are Wisconsin, Miami, and Michigan State.