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St. Hilaire May Leave Professional Hockey

Joe Pilaro pointed out that an article in today's Trenton Times reports that the Johnstown Chiefs stunned the Trenton Titans 6-5 in overtime. The importance of this article to Rensselaer graduates is near the bottom, where it refers to a recent Rensselaer graduate we have covered for more than a season:

Alain St. Hilaire, traded by the Trenton Titans to the Columbus Cottonmouths and then, immediately, by Columbus to the Roanoke Express, appears to be leaning toward retiring rather than reporting to Roanoke. An Express spokesman said that St. Hilaire was going to take the league-allowed three days to make up his mind, but Scott Bertoli, St. Hilaire's roommate with the Titans, said that St. Hilaire would likely retire. "Guys here liked to be around him," Bertoli said. "He was a good friend and I'm disappointed to see him go. But it's the nature of the business. The team felt it needed to go in a different direction."

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