The THF announces the Players of the Week for the week ending September 25, 2022.  The Players of the Week is a weekly feature during the 2022-23 season that honors players in all divisions. Only players that are nominated by their respective teams are considered.

Age Level / Division: 9U
Team: PAL Jr Islanders
Player: Braeden Burke (G) – Games: 2

“Jesse had 7 Goals and 3 Assists over the weekend. He broke the game wide open on Saturday vs the Express with a Hat trick,” said Coach Al Gagliarducci.

Age Level / Division: 10U
Team: PAL Jr Islanders
Player: Jesse Verdecanna (F) – Games: 4, Goals: 7, Assists: 3

“Jesse had 7 Goals and 3 Assists over the weekend. He broke the game wide open on Saturday vs the Express with a Hat trick,” said Coach Bobby Weston.

Age Level / Division: 11U
Team: PAL Jr Islanders
Player: Jakub Siek (F) – Games: 2, Goals: 3, Assists: 2

“Jakub tallied 3 goals and 2 assists for 5 points in 2 games this weekend including a game winner!” said Coach David Ehrlich.

Age Level / Division: 12U
Team: Woodbridge Wolfpack
Player: Deverin Warner (F) – Games: 3, Goals: 4, Assists: 2

“He doesnt stop, he doesnt take a shift off. Our most consistent player,” said Coach Donald Kane.

Age Level / Division: 14U
Team: Team Maryland
Player:  James Mullins (F) – Games: 2, Goals: 0, Assists: 3

“James had his best weekend of the season generating 3 assists and several other nice plays. He was moving his feet more which helped him offensively and to help on the defensive side of the puck and on the forecheck,” said Coach Shawn Grant.

Age Level / Division: 15U
Team: NY Aviators
Player: John (Jack) Colleti (F) – Games: 2, Goals: 4, Assists: 0

“1 goal Saturday. 3 Goals Sunday. All tough in tight goals for a hard working kid new to the Aviator program,” said Coach Patrick Braglia.

Age Level / Division: 16U
Team: NY Aviators 
Player: Tommy Asaro (F) – Games: 2, Goals: 1, Assists: 2

“Tommy led our team this weekend with 3 points in 2 games scoring the gw in a tight 2-1 tilt,” said Coach Michael Bradey.

Age Level / Division: 18U
Team: NJ 87s
Player: Pat Olenski (F) – Games: 2, Goals: 2, Assists: 0

“2 goals in 3-2 win vs Skipjacks Academy 18U,” said Coach Matthew Kiernan.

HONORABLE MENTIONS

10U MAJOR
James Karp (F) – New York Aviators

Jax Tardif (F) – MassConn United Elite

Daniel Dvorkin (F) – Philadelphia Revolution

12U MAJOR
Samuel Leonardo (F) – Team Maryland

Lucas Steniger (G) – Hartford Jr. Wolfpack

Andy Norton (G) – Philadelphia Revolution

Logan Jenkins (D) – Esmark Stars

14U MAJOR
Sam Norton (F) – Philadelphia Revolution

Brendon Eigner (D) – NJ Jets

15U PURE
Sam Gero (F) – NJ Hitmen

Parker Carrabba (F) – Atlantic Coast Academy

16U
Travis Plylar (F) – Potomac Patriots

Hudson Slenker (F) – Skipjacks Hockey

William Auger (D) – PAL Jr. Islanders

18U
Chase Broady (G) – Skipjacks Hockey

The Tier 1 Hockey Federation is excited to announce the Federation Education Series. The Federation Educational Series will feature presentations for our players, families, and coaches on the landscape of hockey along with the Player Advancement Model for players. The first presentation will feature College Hockey Inc.

College Hockey Inc. is a non-profit established to ensure that all talented young hockey players and their families understand the unmatched development opportunities presented by NCAA Division I hockey.

The THF is working with College Hockey Inc. to invite THF 14U, 15U, and 16U players and their families to an exclusive webinar presentation. The main topic of the webinar will be the path to NCAA DI college hockey, and specifically what players can do to maintain their eligibility as they explore their hockey options. All are welcome to attend however, the presentation is targeted toward 14U, 15U, and 16U birth years.

College Hockey Inc. “Intro to NCAA Hockey”

Date: Monday, October 10th

Time: 7:00 pm EST

RSVP: Register here!

OR:

College Hockey Inc. “Intro to NCAA Hockey”

Date: Wednesday, October 19th

Time: 7:00 pm EST

RSVP: Register here!

This webinar will take approximately 30 minutes with time for a Q&A. It will cover why and how players like you chose to pursue a college hockey career.

Consider: 

The official THF Podcast releases an episode every other Thursday during the season. Episodes are available on the THF app for subscribers.

One Month In

Episode #1
9.22.22

The THF is pleased to announce The Federation Hockey Podcast. Every other week, Jim Padgitt and Tony Zasowski will be joined by a new guest from across the Federations. The guests will include league officials, coaches, general managers, players, and more.

You’ll find the first episode of the 2022-23 season in our app, where we get to know the League Commissioner, learn what goes into preparing the season, and discuss why KRACH is important. We welcome special guests, Head Coach Kenneth Doak and #59 Zach Durkin from the Lehigh Valley Phantoms U12 AA, and Head Coach Tony Macaulay and #21 Luke Rubin from Team Maryland U18 AAA.

Catch The Federation Hockey Podcast action all season long on the THF app first https://apps.apple.com/us/app/tier-1-hockey-federation/id1634688459

Available on the website on Mondays

The THF announces the Players of the Week for the week ending September 18, 2022.  The Players of the Week is a weekly feature during the 2022-23 season that honors players in all divisions. Only players that are nominated by their respective teams are considered.

Age Level / Division: 10U
Team: Revolution Elite 10U Major 12
Player: Mark Morav (F) – Games: 4, Goals: 12, Assists: 2

“Mark had 12 goals and 2 assists and was instrumental in helping Revolution Elite go 4 and 0 this weekend. Mark played forward and helped out on defense when (the) team was shorthanded,” said Coach Alex Ufberg.

10U: Mark Morav (F) netted 12 goals and 2 assists over 4 games to help Revolution Elite complete a weekend sweep. “Mark had 12 goals and 2 assists and was instrumental in helping Revolution Elite go 4 and 0 this weekend. Mark played forward and helped out on defense when (the) team was shorthanded,” said Coach Alex Ufberg.

Age Level / Division: 11U
Team: Jersey Hitmen
Player: Max Cohen (F) – Games: 2, Goals: 4, Shootout Goal

“Max scored 4 goals and he added a goal in the shootout win versus the Aviators on September 18. Max has led our team in scoring through the early part of the season. He scores big goals while using his creativity and defensive responsibility to be a complete player for our team.,” said Coach Cody Inglis.

11U: With a shootout winning goal against the Aviators, Max Cohen (F) continues to lead the Hitmen in scoring. Jersey’s leading scorer added another 4 goals to his stat line this weekend in 2 games. “Max scored 4 goals and he added a goal in the shootout win versus the Aviators on September 18. Max has led our team in scoring through the early part of the season. He scores big goals while using his creativity and defensive responsibility to be a complete player for our team,” said Coach Cody Inglis.

Age Level / Division: 12U
Team: Mercer Chiefs
Player: Tano Navarro (F) – Games: 2, Goals: 2, Assists: 2

“After struggling to create offense recently, we needed a big game from one of our forwards and Tano did not disappoint with a 4 point game to end the weekend,” said Coach Ross Carmichael.

12U: Pacing 2 points per game, Tano Navarro (F) capped a two game weekend with 2 goals and 2 assists for the Mercer Chiefs. “After struggling to create offense recently, we needed a big game from one of our forwards and Tano did not disappoint with a 4 point game to end the weekend,” said Coach Ross Carmichael. 

Age Level / Division: 13U
Team: PAL JR Islanders
Player: Michael Kandrach (F) – Games: 3, Goals: 4, Assists: 1

“Michael had a great weekend in the THF. Which was capped off with a 3 goal performance on Sunday 9/18 which included the unassisted game winner which resulted in a 4-1 PAL Victory over the Philadelphia Revolution,” said Coach Mike Kandrach.

13U: PAL JR Islanders’ Forward, Michael Kandrach dominated this week with 5 total points. In Sunday’s contest, Kandrach logged a 3 goal performance – including the GWG, which was unassisted. “Michael had a great weekend in the THF. Which was capped off with a 3 goal performance on Sunday 9/18 which included the unassisted game winner which resulted in a 4-1 PAL Victory over the Philadelphia Revolution,” said Coach Mike Kandrach.

Age Level / Division: 14U
Team: Philadelphia Revolution Elite
Player:  Jack Gavaghan (F) – Games: 3, Goals: 3, Assists: 3

“Jack is our captain and helped lead our team to a 2-0-1 start.  He is a great representation of a Revolution player. Jack is a consistent competitor and a leader in our locker room,” said Coach Geoffrey Beauparlant.

14U: Jack Gavaghan (F) contributed 3 goals and 3 assists over 3 games for the Philadelphia Revolution Elite this week. “Jack is our captain and helped lead our team to a 2-0-1 start.  He is a great representation of a Revolution player. Jack is a consistent competitor and a leader in our locker room,” said Coach Geoffrey Beauparlant.

Age Level / Division: 15U
Team: Team Maryland
Player: Quentin O’Connor (F) – Games: 2, Goals: 3 (2 GWG), Assists: 2

“Quentin was very creative and scored each game winning goal in our two wins this weekend. He was very strong on the puck and consistently generated scoring chances in both games. ,” said Coach Mike Donnellan.

15U: Scoring 2 of the 3 GWG this weekend, Quentin O’Connor finished his weekend with 5 points over 2 games. “Quentin was very creative and scored each game winning goal in our two wins this weekend. He was very strong on the puck and consistently generated scoring chances in both games. ,” said Coach Mike Donnellan.

Age Level / Division: 16U
Team: Jersey Hitmen 
Player: Preston Baker  (G) – Games: 2, Goals Against: 2, Saves: 37/39 (1 Shutout)

“Preston Baker went 2-0 this weekend, with one shut out. He stopped 37 of 39 shots for a .948 save percentage,” said Coach Anthony Yelovich.

16U: Leading his team to a weekend sweep, Preston Baker (G) stopped 37 of the 39 shots he faced this weekend. The Hitmen goaltender recorded a shutout in one of Jersey’s two contests this weekend. “Preston Baker went 2-0 this weekend, with one shut out. He stopped 37 of 39 shots for a .948 save percentage,” said Coach Anthony Yelovich.

Age Level / Division: 18U
Team: Esmark Stars
Player: Brody Simko (F) – Games: 4, Goals: 10, Assists: 4

“Simko scored 14 points (10 goals, 4 assists) in four games played … including 7 goals in a win over the Minnesota Grey Ducks,” said Coach Dave Kosick.

18U: Esmark’s Brody Simko (F) dominated through 4 games this weekend, netting double-digit goals (10) and 4 assists. The 14-point weekend by Simko was highlighted by a 7 goal performance again the Minnesota Grey Ducks. “Simko scored 14 points (10 goals, 4 assists) in four games played … including 7 goals in a win over the Minnesota Grey Ducks,” said Coach Dave Kosick.

HONORABLE MENTIONS

10U MAJOR
Patrick Seamens (G) – Revolution Elite
Cruz Asham (F) – PAL Jr. Islanders
Jake Degenfelder (G) – PAL Jr. Islanders
Benjamin Pitman (F) – NY Aviators
Rory Tracey (F) – Woodbridge Wolfpack

12U MINOR
Brendan Ehrlich (F) – PAL Jr. Islanders

12U MAJOR
Logan Green (D) – Revolution Elite

14U MINOR
Nathan Napolitano (G) – Woodbridge Wolfpack
Tyler Nevrotski (D) – Revolution Elite

14U MAJOR
Richard Shin (F) – Hartford Jr. Wolfpack
RJ Radtke (D) – Team Maryland
Umar Esenov (F) – Mercer Chiefs
Ari Sawits (F) – NY Aviators

15U PURE
Cam Lathrop (F) – Jersey Hitmen
Harrison Kloss (D) – Rockets Hockey Club
Christian Hubert (G) – NY Aviators
Parker Carrabba (F) – Atlantic Coast Academy

16U
Jack Bahrenberg (F) – PAL Jr. Islanders
Riley Richards (F) – Atlantic Coast Academy
Charlie Francis (G) – Potomac Patriots
Alex Morris (F) – NY Aviator s
Jake Baratta (F) – Jersey Hitmen

18U
Cooper Zullo (F) – Mercer Chiefs

The Tier 1 Hockey Federation is excited to announce that the Amateur Hockey Report will be covering all ages of the THF during the 2022-2023 season. Amateur Hockey Report, entering their 22nd year, is one of the leading ‘unbiased’ sources for scouting with the biggest collection of scouted player reports and over 100,000 player profiles. Clients of AHR include the NHL, CHL, NCAA and many junior hockey programs. AHR covers U10 to U18 and juniors of all levels, not just elite players allowing all players exposure to every college and junior team. 

AHR will write player and team features for the Tier 1 Hockey Federation. Plus, THF players have the opportunity to register through AHR to read player reports on the players in the league. “Amateur Hockey Report is the premier scouting service for 10U-18U in the country, the THF is excited to work with AHR to ensure that all players are gaining the necessary exposure to assist them in their advanced goals and aspirations,” stated AHF Commissioner Tony Zasowski.

“The Tier 1 Hockey Federation is an innovative Tier 1 league with a bright future and AHR is excited to find the talent it holds and get those players exposure to the highest levels of the game,” said AHR owner Eric Krupka.

About Tier 1 Hockey Federation – The Tier 1 Hockey Federation provides elite-level competition through an unbalanced schedule among Tier 1 and elite clubs on the East Coast. The THF is managed by full-time professional staff and initially has over 100 elite or AAA teams from 9U-18U committed for its inaugural 2022-23 season. The THF brings together clubs from multiple leagues and states and is the only organization whose members operate franchises in the top junior hockey leagues in the US for NCAA Division I commitments: USHL, NAHL, NCDC and the top two junior hockey leagues for NCAA Division III commitments, the USPHL Premier Division and the Eastern Hockey League.

Bethesda, MD – Today, the Tier 1 Hockey Federation launches its next generation website. The new site development has been in process for several months in collaboration with its project partners GameSheet and IOI Ventures.

From overwhelming to sleek and efficient. IOI has produced a website that is not only functional, it is strategic. The ability to navigate the site with ease all while gathering pertinent information along the way is unmatched. The inclusion of dynamic imagery, interactive icons, and a comprehensive CTA strategy makes the site’s user experience enjoyable. IOI has created a custom filtering system that provides users a comprehensive view of past, present and future stats, standings, and schedules.

“Our mission for the new website is to provide the member teams, players and families user friendly navigation and real time schedule, stats and standings,” said THF Vice President of Hockey, Matt Kiernan. “The advanced filtering options will make it easy for players, coaches and families to find what they want to see, when they want to see it,”

“The site was created with the members in mind, for hockey people, by hockey people,” said THF Commissioner Tony Zasowski. “With our commitment to leading edge multimedia and ongoing creative visual additions this new site is certain to provide a best-in-class browser experience.”

About Tier 1 Hockey Federation – The Tier 1 Hockey Federation provides elite-level competition through an unbalanced schedule among Tier 1 and elite clubs on the East Coast. The THF is managed by full-time professional staff and initially has over 100 elite or AAA teams from 9U-18U committed for its inaugural 2022-23 season. The THF brings together clubs from multiple leagues and states and is the only organization whose members operate franchises in the top junior hockey leagues in the US for NCAA Division I commitments: USHL, NAHL, NCDC and the top two junior hockey leagues for NCAA Division III commitments, the USPHL Premier Division and the Eastern Hockey League.

About GameSheet – GameSheet Inc. has been the most trusted source for integrated digital scorekeeping and league management since 2013. GameSheet is recognized as best-in-class technology by the oldest, largest and most respected leagues and sports organizations in the world. Its intuitive system eases the burden of every stakeholder in the scoring and league management process; Conveners, League Executives, Coaches, Managers, Referees, Time Keepers and Parents. With real time access to every detail of the game, GameSheet moves sports forward through patent pending analytics focused on players, referees, penalties, suspensions, injuries and more. Decision makers are able to develop policy based on immediate data helping grow the game while making sports safer and more enjoyable for players, families and fans.

About IOI Ventures – IOI Ventures works with small to mid-sized businesses to maximize ROI and increase sales by improving digital marketing and sales strategies. IOI represents a new approach to marketing that connects the dots to sales and focuses on lead generation and revenue growth. The digital marketing team analyzes a clients goals, and creates comprehensive and effective go-to-market plans. IOI stands for Integrity Over Income and is the backbone of the business. They see themselves as an extension of their partner’s team and believe marketing shouldn’t be a guessing game. They’re a growing team of data-driven digital marketers and sales operations professionals that tie investments back to revenue.

As a reminder, the AHF will use KRACH ratings to determine standings this season.

The points column will remain at zero regardless of wins or losses.

Standings will be ordered alphabetically until the Fall.

Official standings as determined by KRACH ratings will be released this Fall!

Bethesda, MD – Today, the Tier 1 Hockey Federation “THF” is proud to announce the formation of the THF Western Conference. This conference will compete at the 14U, 15U, 16U, and 18U age levels whereas the Champions at each level will compete in the United States Premier Hockey League “USPHL” Cup in March against winners from the THF South and USPHL North Conferences. As part of the expansion West, the THF has partnered with the Exposure Series which will provide for convenient game play that will count toward the THF league standings. 

The THF mission to provide Competition, Exposure and Advancement continues to be at the core of the exciting expansion West “said Black Bear Sports Group CEO and Founder Murry Gunty”, “We are proud to have an outstanding array of inaugural members of the THF West including the Colorado Springs Tigers, Golden State Elite, Northwest Stars, Ontario Jr. Reign, St. Francis (Red Raiders), Tahoe Hockey Academy, Vegas Jr. Knights, and Wasatch Renegades.

“Our formula is simple and unwavering; to provide our members professional, full-time management focused on elite, balanced competition at each birth year level, convenient cost-effective game schedules and a pathway to college for all of our players”, said THF Commissioner Tony Zasowski, “ we are thrilled to be able to support these inaugural clubs that are part of the THF West expansion”.

About the Tier 1 Hockey Federation
The Tier 1 Hockey Federation provides elite-level competition through an unbalanced schedule among Tier 1 and elite clubs on the East Coast. The THF is managed by full-time professional staff and initially has over 100 elite or AAA teams from 9U-18U committed for its inaugural 2022-23 season. The THF brings together clubs from multiple leagues and states and is the only organization whose members operate franchises in the top junior hockey leagues in the US for NCAA Division I commitments: USHL, NAHL, NCDC and the top two junior hockey leagues for NCAA Division III commitments, the USPHL Premier Division and the Eastern Hockey League.

About Exposure Series
The Eastern Exposure Series is a USA Hockey Sanctioned, Tier 1 youth hockey showcase series that provides elite AAA games throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast for Bantam and Midget teams while providing maximum collegiate and junior hockey exposure for its club members and families. The EES is managed by SuperSeries and had over 120 AAA teams during its inaugural 2021-22 season.

About USPHL/THF Collaboration
The United States Premier Hockey League (“USPHL”) and the Tier 1 Hockey Federation (“THF”) began a partnership in March. Teams at all ages from Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania will play in the THF-USPHL South Division (“THF South”). The THF South will continue with its unbalanced schedule in order to eliminate lopsided games and improve national hockey rankings. Midget (15U, 16U and 18U) teams from Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts will play in the USPHL-THF North Division (“USPHL North”), which will be administered by the THF. USPHL North member club youth teams will remain in their current leagues.

About Black Bear Sports Group, Inc.
Black Bear Sports Group, Inc. is a privately held company formed by Murry Gunty and Blackstreet Capital Holdings, LLC in 2015 that seeks investments in sports and entertainment facilities, teams and youth sports events. Black Bear arenas are clean and professionally managed and offer world-class recreational programs. Black Bear focuses on ice arenas in metropolitan areas with compelling demographics, a National Hockey League club presence and arenas with existing youth hockey clubs. The largest owner/operator of ice rinks in the U.S., Black Bear’s footprint totals 30 facilities across the United States with 55 sheets of indoor ice, four indoor turf fields, 23 youth hockey clubs, four youth hockey leagues (Atlantic Hockey Federation, Atlantic Girls Hockey Federation, Tier 1 Hockey Federation and National Girls Hockey League), the nation’s largest adult hockey organization (Foundry Adult Hockey) and four Junior “A” hockey franchises in the United States Hockey League, North American Hockey League, United States Premier Hockey League and Eastern Hockey League.

Bethesda, MD- Black Bear Sports Group has finalized a multi-year marketing and sponsorship partnership with Apex Learning Virtual School. The partnership provides for the title sponsorship for the Atlantic Hockey Federation and Tier 1 Hockey Federation spring parity events as well as significant digital marketing, branding, and on-site seminars throughout the Black Bear Sports Group ice arena portfolio.

“Apex Learning Virtual School offers so many accredited online education options for our middle school and high school athletes,” said Black Bear Sports Group head of Sales and Marketing, Scott Branovan. “We are thrilled to be able to share this NCAA eligible self-paced education platform as an option for the many busy athletes and families that are part of our extended hockey family.”

Black Bear Sports Group is doing so much to accommodate hockey families’ busy lifestyles,” said Mackenzie Beaulaurier, Apex Learning Virtual School Enrollment Coordinator. “We hope that our accredited online education options are an extension of Black Bear Sports Group’s commitment to excellence in all it does for the facilities program participants as well as the Atlantic Hockey Federation and Tier 1 Hockey Federation membership”.

About Black Bear Sports Group, Inc. – Black Bear Sports Group, Inc. is a privately held company formed by Murry Gunty and Blackstreet Capital Holdings, LLC in 2015 that seeks investments in sports and entertainment facilities, teams and youth sports events.  Black Bear arenas are clean and professionally managed and offer world class recreational programs.  Black Bear focuses on ice arenas in metropolitan areas with compelling demographics, a National Hockey League club presence, and arenas with existing youth hockey clubs. The largest owner/operator of ice rinks in the U.S., Black Bear’s footprint totaling 29 facilities across the United States with 54 sheets of indoor ice, 4 indoor turf fields, 24 youth hockey clubs, 6 hockey leagues/tournament businesses (Atlantic Hockey Federation, Atlantic Girls Hockey Federation,Tier 1 Hockey Federation, National Girls Hockey League, Defender Hockey Tournaments,Foundry Adult Hockey) and 4 Junior “A” hockey franchises in the United States Hockey League, North American Hockey League, United States Premier Hockey League and Eastern Hockey League.  For more, go to www.blackbearsportsgroup.com.

About Apex Virtual Learning School – Our accredited private online high school is what you and your student are looking for. We’re unique, but so is your student. At our school, your student can choose when and where they work so that they can flex their schoolwork around busy athletic schedules, auditions, try-outs, college tours, or medical appointments. Plus, we will support your student while they work independently with our experienced staff of teachers, counselors, and tutors.

Our students earn higher scores on standardized tests than the national average and many other online high schools. Our passion is to see your student finish high school and join thousands of other ALVS students who have gone on to prestigious colleges and universities.

We have over 100 NCAA-approved courses to make sure your athlete meets eligibility requirements for college scholarships. We are a trusted online course provider of the NCAA, exclusive education partner of the NAHL, and an education provider for the NBA Academy.

USHL PHASE 1
RoundPickTeamPlayerPHometownTEAMTHF
219WaterlooKiernan PoulinRDNorwell, MABoston Advantage 15’sUSPHL North
333Green BayAndrew O’SullivanRDNorwell, MABoston Advantage 15’sUSPHL North
567MadisonRyan LukkoLDColonia, NJNew Jersey Rockets 15’sTHF South
8120Sioux City
(from Tri-City)
Malcolm BaarFWashington, DCTeam Maryland 16UTHF South
9124Tri-City
(from Waterloo)
Joseph DelaurentisCWhite Plains, NYWestchester Express 15’sTHF South
11Waterloo
(from Des Moines)
Matthew FrostCArlington, VASouth Kent Selects Academy 16UPrivate
USHL PHASE 2
RoundPickTeamPlayerPHometownTEAMTHF
567MadisonRyan LukkoLDColonia, NJNew Jersey Rockets 15’sTHF
8120Sioux City
(from Tri-City)
Malcolm BaarFWashington, DCTeam Maryland 16UTHF
9124Tri-City
(from Waterloo)
Joseph DelaurentisCWhite Plains, NYWestchester Express 15’sTHF
20303Tri-CityNikita KonevychLDKalush, UkrEsmark Stars 16UNAPHL/THF
12177YoungstownSean KilcullenDKensington, MDMaryland Black BearsNAHL
797WaterlooJack SpicerGRockville, MDMount St. Charles Academy 18U18U
7103Dubuque
(from Muskegon)
Tyler DesRochersRDHowell, NJJohnstown TomahawksNAHL