Text courtesy of USCHO (and MiCHO staffer Matt Mackinder)...
After getting a commitment from Surrey Eagles' goalie Kyle Funkenhauser a couple weeks ago, Wayne State reportedly got two more this week from Bridgewater Bandits' forward Jeremy Tejchma and Alberni Valley Bulldogs' forward Tyler Ruel.
All three recruits are 20 years old and join 19-year-old forward Christian Hmura, currently with the Springfield Jr. Blues, as future Warriors.
Ruel leads the Bulldogs in scoring with 24 goals and 69 points and is also tied for fifth in British Columbia Hockey League scoring.
Tejchma is a Michigan native, calling Muskegon home. He played the past two years in the United States Hockey League with Indiana and Waterloo before going out east to play in the Eastern Junior Hockey League. He is the younger brother of Massachusetts-Lowell senior forward Jason Tejchma.