November 30, 2005

Weekend Recap: 2006 Class

AJHL:

According to the New York Bobcats site, Tony Romano is slightly dinged up and appeared to struggle a little this past weekend. Well, maybe struggle isn't exactly the appropriate word since Tony was able to put up 3 goals and 5 assists in his 3 games.

For the season: 22 games, 28 goals, 23 assists, and 51 points.


BCHL:

Alberni Valley's Joe Scali picked up a 2nd star in Saturday's game against Cowichan Valley. In the game, Joe picked up 12 penalty minutes in the 3rd period, received 2 5 minte penalities for fighting and a 2 minute penalty for instigating. I'm not certain if the star was awarded for his goal or the fighting. In his other game this past weekend, Joe went pointless.

Colin Greening picked up one goal and one assist in his only action on Friday night for Nanaimo.

In 2 games, Brendon Nash picked up 2 assists Friday night, while going pointless on Saturday night.

For the season:
Joe, 29-17-12-29
Colin, 28-13-18-31
Brendon, 21-3-17-20


SJHL:

As one of the younger players in the league, Blake Gallagher continues to slow down his scoring pace. This shouldn't come as a total surprise. What wil be interesting is to see is Blake catchs a second wind as the season goes on. In his 3 games this past week, Blake managed one assist in Tuesday's and Friday's games, while being kept out of the scoring column Saturday.

For the season: 25-16-8-24


USHL:

Justin Milo's tough stretch continued this week as both he and his Indiana Ice struggled. In the week's 3 games the Ice was out-scored 17-6 in their 3 losses. Justin was kept off the scoring board in all 3 games. In Saturday's game, Justing received a double-minor for spearing and a game ejection in the 2nd period.

Justin is putting together an ugly-looking line this year. He currently leads his team in shots with 106 (the 2nd most on the team is 62), while being tied for 7th in goals scored on his team; he is also tied for a team-worse -16 in plus/minus. Look at his team picture, however, what's not to love about this 5'6" soon-to-be-Cornellian?

For the season: 19-4-7-11

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