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Paul Bruno covered college and high school ice hockey for The Newark (NJ) Star-Ledger from 1988-2012. A 1984 graduate of Seton Hall University, he played collegiate hockey for The Hall in the Metropolitan Collegiate Hockey Conference. He also served as an intern in the New Jersey Devils public relations department during the 1983-84 season. Bruno later coached the Seton Hall University ice hockey team (1985-1987) and has covered the New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils training camps as well as the ECAC ice hockey championships in Lake Placid, NY, for the Ledger. Bruno, who has been a contributing hockey writer to New Jersey Monthly Magazine, has covered hockey for Sideline Chatter for the past three seasons.

New Jersey HS Hockey – The First In-Season Top 10: Not Much Change After Limited Regular-Season Action

1-Christian Brothers Academy (2-0-0)  – Senior defenseman Colin Grable remains a steady force on the blue line and chipped in with a goal and two assists in the Colts’ opening pair of decisions over St. Peter’s Prep and Manasquan. Junior All-Stater John Donohoe and classmate ...

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New Jersey HS Hockey – Preseason Top 10: Defending Private Champ CBA Starts In Familiar Spot

1-Christian Brothers Academy (20-4-3) The Colts entered last season with a bountiful stable of somewhat untested underclassmen, leading coach Andy Gojdycz to hedge some expectations in his first season directing his alma mater. Not the case this season though, after the Lincroft school won the ...

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