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2024 Left Winger Dallas Vieau Commits to Penn State Hockey

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On Wednesday, Dallas Vieau, a Class of 2024 left winger from Hermantown, Minnesota, announced on Twitter that he has committed to Penn State Men’s Hockey program.

Vieau said in his tweet:

“I am proud and honored to announce my commitment to play Division I hockey and further my education at Penn State University. I would like to thank my family, friends, and coaches who supported who have supported me along the way.”

As a sophomore last season, he scored 17 goals and recorded 12 assists in 31 games as he helped Hermantown High School to a Class A Boys State Championship. His teammates Ty Hanson and brothers Max and Zam Plante have all committed to Division I hockey powerhouse Minnesota-Duluth.

The 5-foot-11, 165-pound Vieau also represented Team USA in the U.S. Under 17 team at the Five Nations Tournament, where they finished second with a 3-1 record. In the tournament, Vieau scored three goals and recorded three assists.

Vieau is a hard worker that knows how to play with other talented players. He skates very well and has good puck-handling ability at a young age. He has the awareness to avoid big checks on the boards and knows how to set up his teammates just as effectively as he knows how to finish on the open ice to score goals.

Vieau joins Connor Bewick as commits for coach Guy Gadowsky in the 2024 recruiting class.

Twitter: @bwalkerdadon

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