#15 Caleb Rule
F | 5'10" | 170 lbs. | Feb. 15, 1999 | Ohio State
Hometown: Lansing, Michigan
Commitment: Ohio State
USHL Draft: 2016, Phase II, round 8, #128 overall by Waterloo Black Hawks
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- Acquired in February 2017, the speedy Shattuck-St. Mary’s product flies into Kearney for his first USHL season.
Before the Storm:
- Storm traded for the three-time national champion at Shattuck-St. Mary’s (2014, 2015, 2016) in February 2017 for former Storm Captain Alex Limoges.
- Said of the trade: “I was a little bit confused at first … my parents were confused,” says Rule, who is in his fourth year playing for the Shattuck-St. Mary’s School. “You never really think you’re the one that’s going to be involved in a trade. I let it sit for a little bit. I got the call from Coach [Bill Muckalt] and it got me excited. It made me feel like it was a good and special thing.”
- 2016-17: Finished sixth on the team with 54 points in 56 games. Scored 22 goals, fourth on the team. Squad lost in semifinals of prep National Championship in Pittsburgh to Team Wisconsin.
- 2015-16: Led Shattuck-St. Mary’s U16 with 43 assists and finished second on the team behind Storm forward Connor McMenamin with 67 points in 53 games. His 24 goals were tied for third on the team. Team won national championship.
- 2013-15: won back-to-back national championships with Shattuck St. Mary’s.
- Committed to Ohio State in November 2016. Upon committing, says his friends, many of whom are Michigan State of University of Michigan fans, said they would only cheer for him on the ice, but not the Buckeyes.
- Father and Uncle played golf at Ohio State. Grandfather and aunts also attended the school.
- Lansing is the capital of Michigan and Rule grew up fewer than ten miles away from 2016-17 Captain Adam Goodsir (a native of Okemos, Michigan).
- Says he is excited to play in USHL because of big crowds.