The Chicago Steel's Robbie Stucker is heading back home.
The St. Paul, Minnesota born defenseman has changed his commitment to play in the NCAA from Colorado College to the University of Minnesota.
Stucker currently plays for the Steel of the USHL. In 22 games this season, Stucker has scored three goals and pitched in with 10 assists for a total of 13 points on the season.
He will join a University of Minnesota team next season that has been a perennial power and consistently competes for championships. In Stucker's last season in high school, while playing for Team Southeast and St. Thomas Academy, he played in 44 games and scored eight goals with 45 assists for a total of 53 points.
Stucker was a seventh-round pick in the 2017 NHL draft and was selected as the 210th pick.