Here’s a recap of how Princeton’s recruits fared this week:
Max Becker scored a goal in his return to the SilverBacks on Saturday night, the only game of the weekend Salmon Arm won.
Connor McLaren appeared in both games over the week for Gloucester and scored one goal.
Ryan Kuffner, who did not play this weekend, was named the CCHL Rookie of the Month for November. Over seven games, Kuffner recorded nine points (5g, 4a).
The league caught up with him for an interview:
Joe Grabowski played in Amarillo’s game on Friday night and missed Saturday’s game. He received a five-minute major and a game misconduct on Friday for checking from behind.
Benjamin Halford started twice for the Breakers, both losses, over the past week. He allowed one goal on 31 shots in the shootout loss and six goals on 34 shots against the Flyers.
The Islanders Hockey Club split their series against Portland, and David Hallisey scored the team’s only goal in the loss to the Jr. Pirates.
Stuart Pomeroy returned to Sioux City’s lineup on Friday after sitting out for two months with a wrist injury.
Eric Robinson scored a goal in Dubuque’s 6-2 win over the USNTDP U-17 team and fellow Princeton recruit Michael Lackey. Lackey started the game and made seven saves on eight shots before he was replaced by Luke Opilka.
Josh Melnick did not play this weekend for the Phantoms.
Here are the recruit stats: