Jacob Bernard-Docker is progressing nicely at the University of North Dakota.
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BOULAY: Jacob Bernard-Docker’s Progression at North Dakota Bodes Well for Ottawa Senators Future

Few players enter college hockey as finished products. They need exposure to high levels of play to properly develop and eventually succeed at the next level.

A first-round pick, 26th overall by the Ottawa Senators, Jacob Bernard-Docker has high expectations.

It’s safe to say that he’s coming along nicely.

Through 11 games in his sophomore year, Bernard-Docker already has nine points and is a critical part of North Dakota’s success this season. The Fighting Hawks are 8-1-2 and emerging as one of the top teams in college hockey this season.

“It feels good to be having some team success right now,” Bernard-Docker said. “We have some swagger and we’re going into every game knowing that we have the ability to win it. It’s just about going out there and doing the work. We have extremely skilled

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