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Rossman Changes Mind, Returns to UNH

CHN Staff Report

Forward Danny Rossman, who last week decided to leave New Hampshire to play for Indiana in the United States Hockey League, changed his mind and has returned to UNH.

Rossman, a sophomore, had seen his playing time this season.

"Once he got out there he realized that's not what he wanted to do," Umile said to Foster's Daily Democrat. "We spoke and he asked if I would take him back. It was mutual. I told him I would definitely take him back. This is where he wants to be. This is where he wants to go to school. He wanted to play. He's competitive. He's a good kid. His playing time has been diminished. I think he wanted to go out there and play and work on his confidence."

Rossman played in just two games this season, the opener against Boston University and a non-conference game against Brown on Nov. 24. That's compared to 18 games a year ago.

In 20 career games as a Wildcat, Rossman has a goal and four points. Rossman's lone goal is the game-tying goal in the Wildcats' 3-2 double-overtime win over Massachusetts in last year's Hockey East semifinal game.

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