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Every fourth week we'll take a break from following Clarkson's alumni in the pros to tell you about the players who will be wearing Clarkson uniforms in the near future.
This first installment will introduce you to the players expected to join Clarkson either next year or the following season.
As of now six players are expected to join the Golden Knights next season and several of them are having standout seasons so far.
Goalie Gabe Antoni was named the U.S. Hockey League's co-Goaltender of the Week. Antoni, who is playing for Dubuque, is 4-0 so far this season with a 1.05 goals-against average and a .953 save percentage.
Another incoming Golden Knight off to an impressive start is forward Christian Finch, who ranks second in the Ontario Junior Hockey League in scoring. Finch, who plays for Stouffville, has 12 goals and 20 assists in his first 18 games. He has four goals and six assists on power plays.
Two other Clarkson recruits are forwards in the OJHL. Jeff DiNallo has seven goals and 14 assists in 18 games for Newmarket and was featured in a skills competition in a You Tube video.

Forward Patrick Megannety, who plays for Georgetown, has eight goals and seven assists through 14 games. He also has his own You Tube highlight video.

Also joining Clarkson next year are two Central Junior Hockey League players from Brockville. Forward David Ferreira has seven goals and four assists through 16 games and defenseman Kevin Kirisits has played in 12 games with one goal and three assists.
Clarkson also has two players who will be joining the program either in 2012 or 2013.
Defenseman James De Haas, who plays for Toronto Lakeshore of the OJHL, has three goals and eight assists through 16 games. Two of his goals have come on power plays.
Clarkson added forward Anthony Paskaruk of the Brooks Bandits to its list last week. The 5-foot-10, 175-pound forward from Airdrie, Alberta, has seven goals and 11 assists through 21 games. He will turn 18 on Jan. 18.

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