|Sam Lipkin with La Salle College High|
Its been a slow summer in terms of Quinnipiac hockey news but with the summer winding down that means the hockey season is right around the corner. Quinnipiac for the first time in three and half months picked up a new commit in 2003 born left wing, Sam Lipkin who played last season with the U-16 Philadelphia Jr. Flyers program and the La Salle College High hockey team.
4⭐️Sam Lipkin to Quinnipiac. Big, strong, versatile forward who is tough to play against. Wins pucks and uses his body to create separation. Can play center or wing and has a hunger to score that coaches covet. B+ at U16 Natty Camp.— Neutral Zone (@_Neutral_Zone) August 13, 2019
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Lipkin is a 6'1 185 pound left shot wing player who can also play center as well. In 41 games played for the Philadelphia Jr. Flyers 16U team he had 36 goals and 33 assists. In 25 games for the La Salle College High team he had 24 goals and 36 assists. Just recently, Lipkin took part in the USA Hockey Selects 16's where he had 2 goals and 2 assists in five games played. A 2019 second round draft pick by the Chicago Steel in the USHL Futures Draft, Lipkin is set to play for the North Jersey Avalanche program in the 2019-2020 season as he furthers his development.
Sam Lipkin Elite Prospects Player Page
Sam Lipkin Neutral Zone Player Profile
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