Kent School hockey forward Cristoval “Boo” Nieves turned in an impressive performance at the 2012 NHL Scouting Combine with top 10 finishes in seven categories:
Nieves, a native of Baldwinsville, NY, finished with a 7-32-39 line in 26 games for Kent this season. He is slated to join the University of Michigan hockey team this fall (2012).
OTHER NOTABLE PERFORMANCES
- Indiana Ice forward Robbie Baillargeon (Enfield, CT) placed second in the Hand-Eye Coordination test with a score of 22.2.
- Former Salisbury goaltender (and newly minted Providence College recruit) Jon Gillies had the second longest wingspan, coming in at 80.25 inches.