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Minnesotans doing well in the USHL and NAHL

Post by SuperStar » Wed Dec 26, 2012 10:53 am

Great to see Minnesota boys doing well in the USHL/NAHL

USHL:
Taylor Cammarata - Leading the USHL in scoring
Justin Kloos - 2nd
Zach Stephan - TOP 10
Dominic Toninato - TOP 10

Michael Bitzer - 2nd amongst Goalies
Alex Lyon, Connor Girard and Charlie Lindgren - all in the TOP 10

Michael Brodzinski - Leading all D in goals scored
Jared Kolquist - TOP 10 in Defenseman scoring

NAHL:
Brandon Wahlin - Leading the NAHL in scoring
Adam Knochenmus - TOP 10 in scoring

Jeff Bergh and Drew Brevig TOP 10 in defensemen scoring

Reid Mimmack - TOP 10 in goalie category

And many others doing very well, I might add!

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Austin

Post by fourthlinegrinder » Fri Dec 28, 2012 12:24 am

Jay Dickman, AJ Reid and Brandon Wahlin are all averaging a point a game in the NAHL for Austin,

hard to believe these three kids play on the same team

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Post by BSUBeaver » Fri Dec 28, 2012 12:19 pm

Reid Mimmack is now with Bemidji State and is traveling with the team this weekend.

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Post by The Exiled One » Fri Dec 28, 2012 12:58 pm

Also...

Forward Eric Scheid (Blaine) is leading the USHL in +/-
Defenseman Jake Flynn (Circle Pines) is 3rd in the NAHL in +/-
Goaltender Brock Kautz (Rochester) is 7th in the NAHL for SV%

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Minnesotans doing well in the USHL and NAHL

Post by liveforhockey » Thu Jan 03, 2013 12:33 pm

Defenseman Sean Lang @ Coulee Region Chill is currently tied for fifth in goals scored by NAHL Defenseman

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Post by SuperStar » Thu Jan 03, 2013 1:18 pm

Good for Sean!

Also, Luc Gerdes is leading his team in scoring at Jamestown (NAHL).
Jake O'Borsky is leading his team in scoring at Minot (NAHL)
Thomas Williams is leading his team in scoring at Brookings (NAHL)
Justin Parizek is leading his team in scoring at Aberdeen (NAHL)

Goalies:
Brock Kautz is having a great year at Janesville (NAHL) 11-10-3 - 927%
Nick Leer in Austin (NAHL) 17-5-1 - 918%
Blake Cates at Coulee Region (NAHL) 6-9-2 - 915% are both having a very good year so far

Justin Quale is off to a great start with a 2-0 record for Tri City (USHL)

(sorry for not posting what HS these guys played for. I know where most played, but didn't know everyone, so I just left that out)

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Post by Rookie Scout » Thu Jan 03, 2013 1:50 pm

Eric Carlson #13 ( Albert Lea ,MN.) Went from Fairbanks to Jansville to the Wilderness.


http://www.wildernesshockey.com/roster/ ... ason=82112

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Post by northwoods oldtimer » Thu Jan 03, 2013 3:22 pm

1) Brandon Wahlin White Bear Lake 33 games; 16 goals; 33 assists; 49 points Plus 10
16)Patrick Moore Grand Rapids 33 games; 12 goals; 21 assist; 33 points; Plus 9
14)Adam Knockenmus Roseau 33 games; 14 goals; 20 assist; 34 points; Plus 10
23)Mac Jensen White Bear Lake 32 games; 18 goals; 12 assists; 30 points

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Post by SuperStar » Wed May 29, 2013 4:21 pm

Minnesotans finished upa great year in both the USHL and NAHL

USHL 10 Top Scores - Year end
1. Taylor Cammarata - 93 points
2. Justin Kloos - 87 points
6. Jake Guentzel- 73 points
8. Dominic Toninato - 70 points
CJ Franklin 15th, Vinni Letteri 23rd

Defense:
Michael Brodzinski - #1 in Goals for USHL dmen with 16 goals. 6th overall in D scoring.
Jordan Gross 11th, Taylor Flemming 13th, Jared Kolquist 16th overall for Dmen.

Top 10 ten goalies
3rd - Connor Girard
4th - Alex Lyon
6th - - Michael Bitzer
10th - Charlie Lindgren

USHL Year End Awards
USHL 1st team - Taylor Cammarata, Justin Kloss
USHL 2nd team - Alex Lyon, Michael Brodzinski, Jake Guenztel, Dominic Toninato
USHL All- Rookie: Vinnie Letteri, Michael Brodzinski, Jake Guenztel

USA Junior Goalie of the year: Charlie Lindgren
USA Junior Player of the year: Taylor Cammarata

USHL Forward of the year: Taylor Cammarata
USHL Player of the year: Taylor Cammarata


Looking up some NAHL stats..

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Post by SuperStar » Thu May 30, 2013 2:04 pm

Minnesotans as whole didn't seem to do quite as well in the NAHL. But the NAHL has alot more teams and players. A lot of them had a great years:

Top Scorers
2nd Brandon Wahlin - 69 points
6th AJ Reid - 65 points
10th CJ Smith - 59 points (4th in the league for goals)
16th Mac Jansen - 57 pts
21st Jay Dickman - 55 points
22nd Peter Krieger - 54pts

Goalies - Based on Save %
10th Brock Kautz
15th Blake Cates
17th Nick Lehr
18th Ried Mimmack
21st Tim Shaughnessy

The NAHL had a TON of D1 and D3 college commits:
http://nahl.com/player-advancement/college/

And here is a link to upcoming try-outs: http://nahl.com/play-in-the-nahl/tryouts/

Also the NAHL draft is June 4th: http://nahl.com/play-in-the-nahl/entry-draft-faq.cfm
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Post by northwoods oldtimer » Thu May 30, 2013 5:58 pm

AJ Reid
Games 55 Goals 25 Assists 40 Points 65 Plus+15

Mac Jansen
Games 60 Goals 32 Assists 25 Points 57

Adam Knockenmus
Games 53 Goals 19 Assists 32 Points 51 Plus+9

Patrick Moore
Games 58 Goals 21 Assists 29 Points 50 Plus+9

Nate Repensky
Games 37 Goals 6 Assists 21 Points 27 Plus+11

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Post by hockeyoldtimer » Sat Jun 01, 2013 7:42 pm

Congrats to Brandon Wahlin. He is a great, hard working kid. Glad to see him doing so well.

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Post by Granttenn » Sun Jun 02, 2013 6:28 am

SuperStar wrote:Minnesotans finished upa great year in both the USHL and NAHL

USHL 10 Top Scores - Year end
1. Taylor Cammarata - 93 points
2. Justin Kloos - 87 points
6. Jake Guentzel- 73 points
8. Dominic Toninato - 70 points
CJ Franklin 15th, Vinni Letteri 23rd

Defense:
Michael Brodzinski - #1 in Goals for USHL dmen with 16 goals. 6th overall in D scoring.
Jordan Gross 11th, Taylor Flemming 13th, Jared Kolquist 16th overall for Dmen.

Top 10 ten goalies
3rd - Connor Girard
4th - Alex Lyon
6th - - Michael Bitzer
10th - Charlie Lindgren

USHL Year End Awards
USHL 1st team - Taylor Cammarata, Justin Kloss
USHL 2nd team - Alex Lyon, Michael Brodzinski, Jake Guenztel, Dominic Toninato
USHL All- Rookie: Vinnie Letteri, Michael Brodzinski, Jake Guenztel

USA Junior Goalie of the year: Charlie Lindgren
USA Junior Player of the year: Taylor Cammarata

USHL Forward of the year: Taylor Cammarata
USHL Player of the year: Taylor Cammarata


Looking up some NAHL stats..


Thanks for the comprehensive break-down. I always appreciate posts that are data-driven and wide-ranging.

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Post by JDUBBS1280 » Sun Jun 02, 2013 9:29 am

Granttenn wrote:
SuperStar wrote:Minnesotans finished upa great year in both the USHL and NAHL

USHL 10 Top Scores - Year end
1. Taylor Cammarata - 93 points
2. Justin Kloos - 87 points
6. Jake Guentzel- 73 points
8. Dominic Toninato - 70 points
CJ Franklin 15th, Vinni Letteri 23rd

Defense:
Michael Brodzinski - #1 in Goals for USHL dmen with 16 goals. 6th overall in D scoring.
Jordan Gross 11th, Taylor Flemming 13th, Jared Kolquist 16th overall for Dmen.

Top 10 ten goalies
3rd - Connor Girard
4th - Alex Lyon
6th - - Michael Bitzer
10th - Charlie Lindgren

USHL Year End Awards
USHL 1st team - Taylor Cammarata, Justin Kloss
USHL 2nd team - Alex Lyon, Michael Brodzinski, Jake Guenztel, Dominic Toninato
USHL All- Rookie: Vinnie Letteri, Michael Brodzinski, Jake Guenztel

USA Junior Goalie of the year: Charlie Lindgren
USA Junior Player of the year: Taylor Cammarata

USHL Forward of the year: Taylor Cammarata
USHL Player of the year: Taylor Cammarata


Looking up some NAHL stats..


Thanks for the comprehensive break-down. I always appreciate posts that are data-driven and wide-ranging.
I second this. Thank you!

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Post by SuperStar » Fri Jun 07, 2013 11:26 am

Thanks fellas..

Late addition to the USHL year end awards:

Jake Horton - USHL Scholar- Athlete award

Established in 2007, the USHL Scholar-Athlete Award recognizes players for both their success in the classroom and on the ice. Candidates are nominated by their coaches, teachers, and academic counselors based on their grade-point-average, coursework, and overall school participation.

Horton totaled 12 points (7g, 5a) in 28 games for the Black Hawks this season. Two of his first four goals were shorthanded tallies, both coming in games against the Omaha Lancers. Waterloo posted a 6-1-0 record in games that Horton scored a goal. He also helped the Black Hawks capture the silver medal at the 2012 Junior Club World Cup in Omsk, Russia has he netted two goals during the international competition.

The 18-year-old was limited in game action this season due to an injury suffered in January, but despite missing significant class time due to rehabilitating the injury, he maintained a commitment to academics. Horton’s efforts paid off as he graduated from Waterloo West High School last month as one of 11 valedictorians in the class of more than 300 students. His coursework this year included Speech, World History, U.S. Government, Psychology, Literature, and Creative Writing.

Horton was able to achieve academic success while his hockey pursuits had him enrolled in three different high schools over the past four years. He managed to balance the on and off-ice demands of the season, along with balancing schoolwork and team community service projects. The Lake Elmo, Minnesota native has not yet committed to a college and is set to return to the Waterloo Black Hawks for the 2013-14 season.

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Post by SuperStar » Fri Jun 07, 2013 11:47 am

NAHL year end awards - Minnesotans in bold.

NAHL 2012-13 Award Winners
2012-13 Most Valuable Player and Forward of the Year

Jared VanWormer, Soo Eagles
2012-13 Defenseman of the Year

Josh Hartley, Wenatchee Wild
2012-13 Brian’s Goaltender of the Year

Tyler Marble, Soo Eagles
2012-13 Rookie of the Year

Brandon Hawkins, Texas Tornado
2012-13 Coach of the Year

Dennis Williams, Amarillo Bulls
2012-13 General Manager of the Year

Rob Proffitt, Fairbanks Ice Dogs
2012-13 Organization of the Year

Johnstown Tomahawks
2012-13 Academic Achievement Award

Drew Kariofiles, Topeka RoadRunners
2012-13 Community Service Award

Ryan Cole, Amarillo Bulls
2012-13 Mark Messier Leadership Award

Conor Lemirande, Janesville Jets
2012-13 All-NAHL Team

Forward Kyle Sharkey, Topeka RoadRunners
Forward Jared VanWormer, Soo Eagles
Forward Brandon Wahlin, Austin Bruins
Defense Josh Hartley, Wenatchee Wild
Defense Cody Dixon, Austin Bruins
Goalie Tyler Marble, Soo Eagles

All-Division Teams
Central Division

Forward: Brandon Wahlin, Austin Bruins
Forward: Mac Jansen, Coulee Region Chill
Forward: Adam Knochenmus, Bismarck Bobcats

Defenseman: Cody Dixon, Austin Bruins
Defenseman: Drew Brevig, Brookings Blizzard
Goaltender: Aaron Nelson, Bismarck Bobcats

North Division

Forward: Jared VanWormer, Soo Eagles
Forward: Brett Skibba, Springfield Jr. Blues
Forward: Robbie Payne, Kalamazoo Jr. K-Wings
Defenseman: Dylan Zink, Jamestown Ironmen
Defenseman: Brett Beauvais, Kalamazoo Jr. K-Wings
Goaltender: Tyler Marble, Soo Eagles

South Division

Forward: Kyle Sharkey, Topeka RoadRunners
Forward: Rudy Sulmonte, Corpus Christi IceRays
Forward: Sean Gaffney, Topeka RoadRunners
Defenseman: John Rey, Amarillo Bulls
Defenseman: Nick Neville, Texas Tornado
Goaltender: Paul Berrafato, Amarillo Bulls

West Division

Forward: Jono Davis, Wenatchee Wild
Forward: Garret Clemment, Fairbanks Ice Dogs
Forward: Alex Jackstadt, Kenai River Brown Bears
Defenseman: Josh Hartley, Wenatchee Wild
Defenseman: Doug Rose, Fairbanks Ice Dogs
Goaltender: Robert Nichols, Wenatchee Wild

2012-13 All-NAHL Rookie 1st Team

Forward Brandon Hawkins, Texas Tornado
Forward Jay Dickman, Austin Bruins
Forward Peter Krieger, Aberdeen Wings
Defense Nate Repensky, Bismarck Bobcats
Defense Alex Robert, Soo Eagles
Goalie Evan Cowley, Wichita Falls Wildcats

2012-13 All-NAHL Rookie 2nd Team

Forward Matt Seidel, Kenai River Brown Bears
Forward Scott Conway, Texas Tornado
Forward Tyler Andrew, Topeka RoadRunners
Defense Jake Horton, Aberdeen Wings
Defense Jake Bushey, Kenai River Brown Bears
Goalie Marcus Due-Boje, Kalamazoo Jr. K-Wings

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Post by sideways » Fri Jun 07, 2013 1:55 pm

Ryan Siiro won the 2013 Curt Hammer Award (leadership/determination)in the USHL.
Bloomington kid--committed to Princeton.

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Post by SuperStar » Fri Jun 07, 2013 2:00 pm

I missed that one - Thanks.

The United States Hockey League today announced that Sioux Falls Stampede forward Ryan Siiro has been named the recipient of the 2012-13 USHL Curt Hammer Award.

The Curt Hammer Award has been presented annually since the 1988-89 season and recognizes the USHL player who distinguishes himself both on and off the ice by demonstrating outstanding performance skills, leadership, pride, and determination. The award is given in memory of the late Curt Hammer, who served as President of the Des Moines Buccaneers for three seasons (1984-87) and also held the role of Secretary for the USHL.

Siiro recently completed his second season in the USHL and played all but one of the 64 regular season games for the Stampede. He totaled 34 points (12g, 22a) while posting a plus-19 rating. He recorded three multi-goal games, including his first USHL hat trick when he netted a goal in each period of the 6-3 win over the Tri-City Storm on March 23rd. Siiro was also a key contributor in the postseason as he scored four points (2g, 2a) in 10 playoff games to help the Stampede reach the Western Conference Final series.

Although it was his first season in Sioux Falls, Siiro was selected as team captain and was invaluable leader on and off the ice for head coach Cary Eades who was in his first season behind the Stampede bench. Siiro helped the Stampede to the top of the Western Conference with a team record 45 wins this season in which they also recorded a record 92 points in the standings. It was a 51-point improvement from last season, representing the largest turnaround in USHL history from one season to the next.

“Our coaching staff regularly talks to the players about playing ‘the right way’, and without hesitation I can say that Ryan embodies that spirit,” said Eades. “He has a passion for the game while playing an honest, tough, yet skilled brand of hockey without taking any shortcuts. Above all, he is a great teammate that is very coachable, humble, and always leads by example, in addition to conducting himself as in a professional manner that possesses the values as a true humanitarian.”

Using his experience gained in the USHL with the Dubuque Fighting Saints in the 2011-12 season, Siiro became a “big brother” on a Stampede team that had just five regular returning players from last year and 20 different players throughout the season on the roster that were playing in the USHL for the first time. He had excelled in the classroom during his time at Bloomington Jefferson High School in Minnesota, graduating in the top 10% of his class and becoming a member of the National Honors Society, and used that strong academic background to help tutor high school players on the Stampede this season.

Siiro extended his leadership in the Sioux Falls, South Dakota community. He assisted in the running of the area youth hockey camps to help teach and promote the game of hockey in the region. He volunteered weekly to not only spend countless hours to tutor his teammates, but also tutor local elementary students in Sioux Falls. He was active in numerous community activities by the Stampede, including taking a lead role in the “Tip-A-Stampede Night” that helped generate thousands of dollars for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, participating in a number of visits to pediatric patients at area hospitals, and speaking at functions throughout the Sioux Falls community.

The 20-year-old accumulated 46 points (18g, 28a) in 115 games over two USHL regular seasons. He will play collegiate hockey and continue his academics beginning next season at Princeton University. Siiro is just the second Stampede player to receive the prestigious Curt Hammer Award, joining Winnipeg Jets defenseman Zach Redmond who earned the award during the 2006-07 season.

"The Curt Hammer Award describes a special person," said USHL President and Commissioner Skip Prince, "who demonstrates 'outstanding performance skills, leadership, pride, and determination' in a league of young men who all have those qualities. It takes a unique player and person to deserve this honor, and Ryan Siiro is that player this year. His coach and teammates have described how much he meant to the team; his teachers how much he meant to their classrooms; and the number of organizations who have benefited from his generosity would take pages to list. The League and the Sioux Falls organization have been privileged to have him as part of the USHL family. Congratulations and thanks to a special young man."

Curt Hammer, a dedicated volunteer and supporter of hockey in the Des Moines community until succumbing to cancer in 1987, was one of the founders Hart-Hammer, Inc., a commercial heating and air conditioning ventilation equipment sales firm. The company still operates today providing extensive sales and engineering support in Iowa, Nebraska, and western Illinois. The annual USHL award was established to honor his commitment to the League and the perseverance he displayed in continuing his work through hockey while battling the illness.

Other USHL players nominated for the Curt Hammer Award this season included Cedar Rapids RoughRiders defenseman Clark Kuster, Dubuque Fighting Saints forward and captain Shane Sooth, Fargo Force defenseman Taylor Fleming, Team USA defenseman Will Butcher, Waterloo Black Hawks forward Ryan Papa, and Youngstown Phantoms forward and captain Alexander Dahl.

USHL stats - Ryan Siiro

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Post by SuperStar » Mon Dec 30, 2013 11:05 am

I did this last year at Christmas break, so I thought I would do it again. I added a few more stats.

USHL Top Scorers/Performers – Christmas Break

Forwards:
(1st) Jake Randolph 14g 38a 52pts Omaha/Duluth East
(2nd) Tyler Vesel 24g 21a 45pts Omaha/Shattuck via Rochester
(5th) Jared Thomas 10g 23a 33pts Sioux City/Hermantown
(10th) Adam Johnson 9g 18a 27pts Sioux City/Hibbing
(10th) Peter Kreiger 9g 18a 27pts Waterloo/St. Thomas Academy
(17th) CJ Franklin 10g 16a 26pts Sioux Falls/Forest lake
(18th) Jake Montgomery 12g 13a 25pts Sioux City/Shattuck via Oakdale

Defense:
(1st)Tucker Poolman 8g 14a 22pts Omaha/East Grand Forks
(6th) Hayden Shaw 5g 11a 16pts Waterloo/Woodbury
(9th) Charlie Curti 4g 10a 14pts Cedar Rapids/Mound
(9th) Jordan Gross 2g 12a 14pts Green Bay/ Maple Grove
11th Blake Heinrich 5g 8a 13pts Sioux City/Hill Murray
(16th) Jimmy Schuldt 3g 9a 12pts Omaha/Minnetonka


Goalies:
(10th) Michael Bitzer 26gp 1513mins 7w 12L 5otl (overtime loss) GAA: 2.85 Save: 910
Ranks #1 in Minutes played in the league. I think Bitzer is the only MN goalie playing. Girard/Quale both were traded to the NAHL.


NAHL Top Scorers/Performers – Christmas Break

Forwards:
(3) Jay Dickman 12g 21a 33pts Austin/St. Paul Johnson
(19th) Mac Jenson 16G 9a 25pts Coulee Region/ White Bear
(19th) Brandon Reinholz 13g 12a 25pts Johnstown/St. Cloud Tech
(19th) TJ Roo 8g 17a 25pts Aberdeen/Totino Grace
(20th) Evan Hesse 8g 16a 25pts

Defense:
(1st) Nate Repensky 4g 24a 28 pts Bismarck/ Duluth East
(2nd) Mitch Hall 3g 20a 23pts Johnstown/St. Cloud Tech
(5th) Jake Horton 12G 8a 20pts Aberdeen/ Benilde
(8th)Brandon Parker 6a 12a 18pts Brookings/Faribault HS
(8th) Dillion Eichstadt 1g 17a 18pts Aberdeen/Bemidji
(20th) Jake Bushey 3g 11a 14pts Kenai River/Duluth Marshall

Goalies:
(3rd) Nick Lehr 26gp 1550mins 18w 7L 4so’s GAA: 1.66 Save %: 941
(7th) David Zevnik 20gp 1161mins 13w 4L GAA: 1.76 Save%: 932
(14th) Chase Perry 15gp 850mins 6w 6L 2so’s 2sol’s GAA: 2.26 Save %: 910
Patrick Munson 8gp 478mins 7w 1L GAA: 1.75 Save%: 923
Paige Skoog 12gp 707mins 4w 7L 1sol GAA 2.72 Save%: 919
Blake Cates 21gp 1194mins 10w 10L GAA: 2.76 Save%: 915
Adam Carlson 15gp 722mins 8w 4L GAA: 2.74 Save%: 916

Nick Lehr is 2nd in the league in Mins Played**

Some other leagues that people might not be familiar with:

BCHL – Tier II Canadien

Forwards:
(17th) Bo Pieper 17g 23a 40pts Coquitlam/Roseville-Shattuck (Quinnipac Committed)
(17th Canon Pieper 22g 18g 40pts Coquitlam/Roseville – Shattuck (Quinnipac Commited)

Bo Brauer 14g’s 11a 25pts Nanaimo Clippers/Edina. (tied for 2nd on his team with 14goals)


Goalies:
(6th) Hunter Miska 20gp 11167mins 12w 6L 1tie GAA: 2.42 Save%: 910 - Penticton/North Branch-USA 18U


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Post by shakey » Tue Dec 31, 2013 9:30 am

What happened to Daniel Labosky?

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Post by SuperStar » Tue Dec 31, 2013 10:06 am

I don't follow the Tri City much, so I can't say one way or another. But he probably would like to have some more points, but I am sure that will come..Its always an adjustment for these guys. Different city, players , enviroment, ect...I did read that they recently fired the whole coaching staff and replaced them, so that could be a factor.

http://ushl2011.stats.pointstreak.com/t ... onid=11221

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Post by DubCHAGuy » Tue Dec 31, 2013 10:16 am

Thanks for the list SuperStar.

Good to see Jay Dickman doing well. I always thought he had a ton of potential with his size and good hands. Anyone know if he has any offers? I believe he is a 93, so he's done with Jrs after this season.

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Post by SuperStar » Tue Dec 31, 2013 10:23 am

DubCHAGuy wrote:Thanks for the list SuperStar.

Good to see Jay Dickman doing well. I always thought he had a ton of potential with his size and good hands. Anyone know if he has any offers? I believe he is a 93, so he's done with Jrs after this season.
Your Welcome. Every now and then I turn into a "Stat Geek" - kind of fun. Good point on Dickman, I personally think someone needs to give him a shot...He seems to be right on the edge to have something good turn his way

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Post by TTpuckster » Tue Dec 31, 2013 12:04 pm

SuperStar wrote:
DubCHAGuy wrote:Thanks for the list SuperStar.

Good to see Jay Dickman doing well. I always thought he had a ton of potential with his size and good hands. Anyone know if he has any offers? I believe he is a 93, so he's done with Jrs after this season.
Your Welcome. Every now and then I turn into a "Stat Geek" - kind of fun. Good point on Dickman, I personally think someone needs to give him a shot...He seems to be right on the edge to have something good turn his way
Do you know what happened to Hajicek from EGF? I believe he is with the Bookings team. He is still shown on the roster but has not played since early October.

Thanks,
What is a Green Wave anyway?

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Post by SuperStar » Tue Dec 31, 2013 12:28 pm

TTpuckster wrote:
SuperStar wrote:
DubCHAGuy wrote:Thanks for the list SuperStar.

Good to see Jay Dickman doing well. I always thought he had a ton of potential with his size and good hands. Anyone know if he has any offers? I believe he is a 93, so he's done with Jrs after this season.
Your Welcome. Every now and then I turn into a "Stat Geek" - kind of fun. Good point on Dickman, I personally think someone needs to give him a shot...He seems to be right on the edge to have something good turn his way
Do you know what happened to Hajicek from EGF? I believe he is with the Bookings team. He is still shown on the roster but has not played since early October.

Thanks,
Don't know the full details, but I thought I heard he had some kind surgery on his foot ..Might take some time to get back to 100% I assume.

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