After winning the Dartmouth Rookie of the Year award last season as a freshman, Tyler Sikura is tearing up college hockey, and is paving his way towards a career at the professional level.
After having his season shortened last year due to a nasty hip injury, Dustin Walsh is now healthy and is looking to impress.
The Dartmouth forward was on pace for a breakout season last year for the Big Green before he tore his labrum and needed surgery. Walsh was off to a hot start last season with 10 points through only his first eight games. It was the first time Walsh had averaged over a point per game (1.25). He averaged the most points per game for the season for Dartmouth and it would have also been good for fifth-best in the ECAC. Walsh’s previous career high point total was 20, so he was well on his way to breaking that.
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