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Re: 2019 Elite League Rosters

Post by blueblood » Mon Sep 30, 2019 9:46 pm

GP is not a dominant team like recent EL past teams (2016 & 2017 North; 2017 & 2018 SW).

The standings indicate EL parity with GP leading with 15 points after 13 games.

3 teams are tied for 4th - 6th place (Map South, TCO and Sit) with 11 points after 12 games.
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Re: 2019 Elite League Rosters

Post by Section 8 guy » Mon Sep 30, 2019 10:48 pm

muckandgrinder65 wrote:
Mon Sep 30, 2019 8:51 pm
I was thinking that GP was probably the best EL team, but then SSM make them look no better than any other EL team on Sunday.
Also heard they are practicing which could give them a ‘team play’ edge.
Let’s see if they can keep it going....
Right on Shattuck. Although I heard Sanford outshot Shattuck by a margin so hard to say what it means. Was Sanford missing anyone on Sunday? Some of the studs from Cathedral maybe?

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Re: 2019 Elite League Rosters

Post by WestMetro » Mon Sep 30, 2019 10:54 pm

Warner didn’t play last weekend

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Re: 2019 Elite League Rosters

Post by knights58 » Tue Oct 01, 2019 9:14 am

WestMetro wrote:
Mon Sep 30, 2019 10:54 pm
Warner didn’t play last weekend
No Warner
No Troumbly
No Gramer

Still, no excuses...but 3 D1 commits would definitely make a difference had they played against Shattuck.

Also...not that it matters, but it is funny where this "information" comes from....GP has not practiced together once all season other than the training camp day in Fargo, which is what every Elite league team did. (just watch our power play...that would be proof enough :D)

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Re: 2019 Elite League Rosters

Post by muckandgrinder65 » Tue Oct 01, 2019 5:33 pm

Perbix Smith MackAttack
Did well as a only 1 D1 line ;)

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Re: 2019 Elite League Rosters

Post by WestMetro » Mon Oct 14, 2019 9:49 am

Leaders with at least 15 points thru October 13, from Elite League website


Nick Pierre#7 FORWARDMap South Hockey 25
#11 Luke Kron MPLS St. 23
#15 Matthew Gleason Map South 22
#25 Jackson Hallum Map South 21
#10 Drew Holt Twin Citi 19
#9 Jackson Blake Twin Citi 19
#13 Ben Steeves TDS Trans 18
#17 Kyle Kukkonen Twin Citi 18
#13 Artem Shlaine Shattuck- 16
#11 Blake Perbix Sanford 16
Hunter Jones 16
Joey Malugani 15
Teddy Lagerback 15
Jack Smith 15
Owen Neuharth 15
Luke Levandowski 15


Noteworthy Before and After Players:


Wyatt Kaiser Dubuque USHL 4 points in 4 games

InThePipes
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Re: 2019 Elite League Rosters

Post by InThePipes » Mon Oct 14, 2019 1:52 pm

WestMetro wrote:
Mon Oct 14, 2019 9:49 am
Leaders with at least 15 points thru October 13, from Elite League website


Nick Pierre#7 FORWARDMap South Hockey 25
#11 Luke Kron MPLS St. 23
#15 Matthew Gleason Map South 22
#25 Jackson Hallum Map South 21
#10 Drew Holt Twin Citi 19
#9 Jackson Blake Twin Citi 19
#13 Ben Steeves TDS Trans 18
#17 Kyle Kukkonen Twin Citi 18
#13 Artem Shlaine Shattuck- 16
#11 Blake Perbix Sanford 16
Hunter Jones 16
Joey Malugani 15
Teddy Lagerback 15
Jack Smith 15
Owen Neuharth 15
Luke Levandowski 15


Noteworthy Before and After Players:


Wyatt Kaiser Dubuque USHL 4 points in 4 games
Did the games in Fargo occur this weekend or did they get snowed out?

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Re: 2019 Elite League Rosters

Post by BP » Tue Oct 15, 2019 8:22 am

InThePipes wrote:
Mon Oct 14, 2019 1:52 pm
WestMetro wrote:
Mon Oct 14, 2019 9:49 am
Leaders with at least 15 points thru October 13, from Elite League website


Nick Pierre#7 FORWARDMap South Hockey 25
#11 Luke Kron MPLS St. 23
#15 Matthew Gleason Map South 22
#25 Jackson Hallum Map South 21
#10 Drew Holt Twin Citi 19
#9 Jackson Blake Twin Citi 19
#13 Ben Steeves TDS Trans 18
#17 Kyle Kukkonen Twin Citi 18
#13 Artem Shlaine Shattuck- 16
#11 Blake Perbix Sanford 16
Hunter Jones 16
Joey Malugani 15
Teddy Lagerback 15
Jack Smith 15
Owen Neuharth 15
Luke Levandowski 15


Noteworthy Before and After Players:


Wyatt Kaiser Dubuque USHL 4 points in 4 games
Did the games in Fargo occur this weekend or did they get snowed out?
Didn't happen - they are making them up this weekend.

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Re: 2019 Elite League Rosters

Post by InThePipes » Sat Oct 19, 2019 12:52 pm

612hockeytown wrote:
Mon Sep 30, 2019 12:49 am
The interesting thing is Minnesota doesn't churn out a lot of early commit goalies. There is very few committed goalies that play in it. It's great for exposure - yes - but does it help? I don't know that it does?

NHL Draftees

http://www.hselitehockey.com/nhl-draft-picks

From most recent: Ethan Haider, Jared Moe, Charlie Lindgren (not listed for some reason), Zane Gothberg (aka Zane McIntyre)

College Commits (from 2016 on...)

There's no list - but off memory (please add kids I may have missed).

Haider, Moe, Stejskal, Enright, Eisele, Evenson, Ullan (just going back to 2016).

When you figure 16 goalies per year - it's a bit of an eye opener.

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IMO - if you're a goalie, you do it to face quality players and gear yourself up for the next level. There is downsides though. While it's been a more defensive league the last few years. Don't laugh - look at goalie stats now vs 2-3 years ago - Enright, Moe, Karki, Holum, Kelly, Haider, Fritsinger, - all had GAA above 4! Save% in the mid to upper 800s. Some teams simply suck and the goalie gets blasted. How about the 17 goal shelling done Sunday afternoon? How is that for a confidence builder for Manzella and whoever else played in net?
The 2016 class of HSEL goalies has proven to be very successful in moving on through juniors and on to college opportunities. While still early, the last couple of HSEL goalie crops has had nowhere near the same level of success in that regard and in fact we've seen several goalies who didn't participate in the HSEL secure USHL and NAHL goalie roster spots (Boynton, Howe, Allen, Mackay, etc.).

So playing HSEL doesn't really appear to do those who participate in it any great favors and/or the HSEL has missed on their selections the past couple of years? Probably a combination of both.

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Re: 2019 Elite League Rosters

Post by OBOY » Mon Oct 21, 2019 9:34 am

Final Regular Season Stat Leaders:

Forwards:

1) Matthew Gleason. 30 pts. Cretin
2) Luke Kron. 26 pts. Andover
2) Nick Piere. 26 pts. Hill Murray
2) Jackson Hallum. 26 pts. ST Thomas
5) Jackson Blake. 25 pts. EP


Defenseman

1) Mason Campbell 15 pts. Rosemount
1) Scott Morrow. 15 pts. Shattuck
3) David Ma. 13 pts. Shattuck
4) Alex Bagley. 12 pts. Hill Murray
4) Dylan Zitzloff. 12 pts. Minnetonka


Goalie save %

1) Hudson Hodges. .942. Moorhead
2) Carson Limesand. .939. BSM
3) Carson Stokes. .924. Shattuck
4) Remington Keopple. .917. Hill Murray
5) Dominic Casper’s. .911. Marshal

Blue Army Game:
*Gleason (3 pts) Nick Piere (4 pts) and Jackson Hallum (4 pts)

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Re: 2019 Elite League Rosters

Post by InThePipes » Mon Oct 21, 2019 10:16 am

Did they make up the Fargo games? If so, those aren't included in the stats yet.

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Re: 2019 Elite League Rosters

Post by BP » Mon Oct 21, 2019 11:00 am

InThePipes wrote:
Mon Oct 21, 2019 10:16 am
Did they make up the Fargo games? If so, those aren't included in the stats yet.
I think they played them this weekend?

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Re: 2019 Elite League Rosters

Post by MWS coach » Mon Oct 21, 2019 12:50 pm

BP wrote:
Mon Oct 21, 2019 11:00 am
InThePipes wrote:
Mon Oct 21, 2019 10:16 am
Did they make up the Fargo games? If so, those aren't included in the stats yet.
I think they played them this weekend?
They played one of them against each team. My understanding is those games counted as points for two games, I.E. win = 4 points, but that is just what I heard at the rink this weekend, the standings don't reflect that. If that was the case, doesn't really matter as Sanford Power won both of them and even without the additional 4 points they are in first.

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