Chiefs forward Luke Esposito has made it clear he can get it done on
the ice as he leads the BCHL in scoring with 39 points in 28 games.
With his recent commitment to Harvard University for next season, the
Greenwich, Conn. native has shown he's taking care of business off the
ice in the classroom as well.
Esposito leads the BCHL in
assists and has 10 points in his last five games for the Chiefs who sit
atop the league standings. He becomes the sixth current BCHL player to
commit to the Crimson along with Riley Hunt, Alex Kerfoot, Kevin
Guiltinan, Philip Zielonka and Adam Plant.
At Harvard, Esposito will join former BCHL players Conor Morrison and Brayden Jaw.
The Crimson compete in the NCAA's Division I Eastern Collegiate
Athletic Conference. They currently have eight NHL-drafted players on
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