December 31, 2005

Viking Cup Update: Game 4

Let's Go Red...White...& Blue...

Tony Romano had a huge game today as the USA defeated Finland 9-5, winning their 4th straight game in the Viking Cup tournament. Tony scored the game-winning goal to go along with his 4 assists. Justin Milo scored another goal in today's game as well.

After 4 games, Justin has 3 goals and 3 assists, while Tony has 2 goals and 4 assists. Team USA is 4-0 and has outscored its opponents 29-12.

Viking Cup Update: Game 3

Let's Go Red...White...& Blue...

Team USA won their 3rd game in a row, defeating Switzerland 5-1 on Thursday. Justin Milo picked up another goal, while Tony Romano went scoreless for his 2nd game in a row.

After 3 games, Justin has 2 goals and 3 assists, while Tony has a goal. Team USA is 3-0 and has outscored its opponents 20-7. Next up for the US is Finland later today.

December 27, 2005

Viking Cup Update: Game 2

Let's Go Red...White...& Blue...

Team USA won their 2nd game in a row, defeating Germany 7-2 today in the Viking Cup tournament. Justin Milo picked up a goal and an assist, while Tony Romano went scoreless.

After 2 games, Justin has one goal and 3 assists, while Tony has a goal. Team USA is 2-0 and has outscored its 2 opponents 15-6.

December 26, 2005

Viking Cup Update: Game 1

Let's Go Red...White...& Blue...

Team USA defeated Slovakia 8-4 today in their first game in the Viking Cup tournament. Justin Milo picked up 2 assists, while Tony Romano added a goal in the opening victory.

December 23, 2005

Weekend Recap: 2006 Class

AJHL:

Tony Romano was off last weekend as his NY Bobcays had some downtime. Tony will be back in action this coming week in the Viking Cup, beginning December 26th.

For the season: 34 games, 44 goals, 35 assists, and 79 points (includes non-league games)


BCHL:

Helping hands: Colin Greening helped out his teammated this past weekend by assisting on 3 goals in his 2 games. Colin also continued to rack up the penalty minutes by collecting 7 additional minutes in Saturday's game.

Brendon Nash picked up the game's 2nd-star in Saturday night Salmon Arm game, by scoring a goal and adding an assist. Thise 2 points would turn out to be the only points scored by Brendon in his 2 games this week.

Joe Scali currently continues to be out-of-action for the Alberni Valley Bulldogs.

For the season:
Colin, 34-16-25-41
Brendon, 28-5-21-26
Joe, 31-18-13-31


SJHL:

In Saturday night's 4-1 loss to Yorkton, Blake Gallagher scored the Hounds only goal.

For the season: 36-20-13-33 (includes games played for the AAA Hounds)


USHL:

Justin Milo continued picking up the pace as he gets ready to join Tony Romano in the Viking Cup by scoring a goal in the Indiana Ice's game on Saturday night. Although Justin went scoreless infriday's game he's clearly been playing at a higher level the past few weeks.

For the season: 29-12-11-23

December 16, 2005

Congratulations Sasha

Sasha Pokulok was named to the Canada Junior National team, which will play in the World Junior Championship in British Columbia, December 26th through January 6th. Sasha will miss the Florida College Classic but hopefully return for the RIT game on January 7th.

Weekend Recap: 2006 Class

AJHL:

Tony Romano seems to have regained his health this past week. In the Bobcats' 2 games, Tony found the back of the net 6 times and assisted on 4 other goals. Tony continues to put up impressive numbers, though the level of competition is weaker than any of the other leagues in which Cornell recruits play in.

For the season: 34 games, 44 goals, 35 assists, and 79 points (includes non-league games)


BCHL:

Colin Greening scored the game winning goal in Nanaimo's Sunday night victory, adding to his 2 assists on the evening. Joe also had a goal in Friday night's game, along with 7 penalty minutes.

With 3 games last week Brendon Nash was clearly the busiest of the incoming Big Red recruits. Brendon picked up an assist in each of his first 2 games of the week, while scoring the game winner in Sunday night's game against Burnaby.

Joe Scali did not play in any of the Bulldogs 3 games this past week. It currently is unclear why Joe did not play.

For the season:
Colin, 32-16-21-37
Brendon, 26-4-20-24
Joe, 31-18-13-31

SJHL:

Blake Gallagher didn't play for the Notre Dame Hounds this past week, though he did play 2 games for the AAA Hounds, picking up one goal and 2 assists.

For the season: 35-19-13-32 (includes games played for the AAA Hounds)


USHL:

Justin Milo had one of his best games of the year last Saturday night, at least from a scoring standpoint, picking up 2 goals in an Ice win. In Justin's other action of the weekend he was kept off scorecard.

For the season: 25-7-10-17

CJAHL Prospects Game Update

In a game won by the West, 5-4 in overtime, Blake Gallagher scored a first period goal, and Brendon Nash added an assist in the second period helping the Western All-Stars prevail. The game was held on December 7th in Yorkton, Saskatchewan.

December 15, 2005

Trent Palm

Chris Heisenberg reports today that Trent Palm (6'1", 205), a blueliner with the U18 team in Ann Arbor, has selected to play for the University of Minnesota, Duluth next year. Palm had also considered Cornell, Harvard, and Providence.

December 12, 2005

NHL Central Scouting

There aren't any big updates in the most recently released Players to Watch list, though I remain guardedly optimistic in seeing Chad Morin's name without any college choice attached to it. One can hope, eh...

Cody Goloubef

Cody Goloubef (6'0", 175), a blueliner with Milton (OPJHL), is currently listing Cornell, Notre Dame, BU, UNH, Maine, and Miami as potential next destinations. Goloubef, who just recently turned 16, is a member of the Ontario U17 team.

December 1, 2005

November Poll Recap

Last month's poll asked "Which Freshman will have the greatest impact this year?" The results were as follows:

Evan Barlow, 33%
Tyler Mugford, 25%
Jared Seminoff, 17%
Michael Kennedy, 8%
Ryan Kindret, 8%

Thank you for voting & please remember to vote in this month's Puckhead Poll.