Princeton hockey recruit Max Veronneau was named the CCHL Player of the Week after recording eight points (3g, 4a) over three games.
Here’s more from this week’s Princeton hockey recruit roundup:
Spencer Kryczka recorded an assist on Monday.
Josh Teves recorded an assist on Sunday.
In Friday’s win, Ryan Kuffner recorded three points (2g, 1a), Max Veronneau had two points (1g, 1a) and Joey Fallon added a goal. Kuffner followed with another three-point performance (1g, 2a). Veronneau had three assists and Fallon added one on Sunday.
Kuffner has 15 points (7g, 8a) over a nine-game scoring streak. Veronneau now averages 1.43 points per game.
Veronneau had a tally at No. 9 on this week’s CCHL top goals:
Austin Shaw started in two of three games last week. He allowed seven goals on 41 shots in a loss on Friday, and rebounded with 37 saves on 40 shots in a Saturday win.
Alex Riche scored a goal on Friday. Colin Tonge recorded an assist on Thursday and Friday. On Saturday, he had a goal and an assist.
Jake Paganelli now has two more goals and two more assists for 52 points on the season.
Josh Melnick recorded an assist on Thursday, Saturday and three on Sunday. He’s on a six-game scoring streak, and leads the USHL in assists.
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