Former DU Captain J.P. Testwuide signed and AHL contract with the Philadelphia Flyers. Testwuide, 25, spent the 2009-10 season (his rookie season) with the Houston Aeros of the AHL, where he registered two goals, six assists and 111 penalty minutes in 58 games. J.P. will be reunited with his brother, Mike, who played at Colorado College, signed an entry-level deal last season with the Flyers through 2013.
----------Former DU star and Colorado native, Luke Fulghum has been named to a British ice hockey all-star side to face Boston Bruins in October. Fulghum was top scorer last season in the British Elite League, scoring 54 goals in 65 games, leading his team in scoring with 92 points in his first season with the Belfast Blaze.
----------Paul Kelly, czar of College Hockey Inc., is actively looking new schools to jump into the Division I hockey pool, in order to expand beyond the current 58 schools. He told a Canadian newspaper columnist Penn State is starting a program in September 2011, Indiana University is considering doing the same and there’s hope that some of the 421 U.S. colleges that have club teams in the American College Hockey Association may consider converting those to full-scholarship, Division I programs. With several potential coaching vacancies opening up in the next few seasons, it might explain why Steve Miller was considering the USHL Green Bay position.