Where Are They Now?

Former Dartmouth College hockey player Matt Reber now skates for a Scottish pro team, the Fife Flyers. (Dartmouth Sports Information)

Former Dartmouth College hockey player Matt Reber now skates for a Scottish pro team, the Fife Flyers. (Dartmouth Sports Information)

Dartmouth College’s hockey season officially kicks off this weekend. So where are some former Big Green skaters these days?

Connor Goggin is in his own private Idaho, having skated in one game so far for the ECHL’s Steelheads.

Nick Johnson has three goals and two assists in his first six games with the AHL’s Providence Bruins. Teammate Matt Lindblad has played in one game for the same team. The pair were among the last cuts by the parent Boston Bruins during the preseason.

Mike Keenan had a goal and an assist in his first ECHL game with the Stockton (Calif.) Thunder and Scott Fleming had an assist in his season debut with the Fort Wayne Komets of the same league.

Adam Estoclet has decamped for Italy, scoring three goals and adding six assists in eight games for Milan. Former teammate Matt Reber is also abroad, putting up a goal and seven assists in 11 games for Fife of Scotland. The Flyers compete in Britain's top league.

Rob Smith is back for a third season with the ECHL’s Las Vegas Wranglers, but had no points in his 2013-14 debut. Joe Stejskal, a former fifth-round draft pick of the Montreal Canadiens who split time between the AHL and ECHL last season, has begun the current campaign with the Florida Everblades in the latter circuit.