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Recruit Roundup

The playoffs have started for several Princeton recruits, and Alex Riche and Colin Tonge have already moved on to the second round.

Josh Melnick still leads the USHL in assists, and the Phantoms are on a 12-game winning streak.

Here’s more on how the recruits fared this week:

BCHL:

The Merritt Centennials were swept by the Vernon Vipers in the first round of the playoffs. Josh Teves finished the postseason with two assists

CCHL:

Gloucester fell 6-4 in its regular-season finale. Max Veronneau recorded an assist and Joey Fallon scored a goal. Ryan Kuffner has missed the last few games.

The Rangers started their playoff series with Kemptville, and Fallon recorded four points (2g, 2a) and Max Veronneau added a goal.

Here’s a video of one of Fallon’s goals:

OJHL:

Cobourg and Kingston swept their first-round series. Alex Riche recorded one goal and three assists in the series win over Whitby, while Colin Tonge netted one goal for Kingston.

NAHL:

Austin Shaw started all three games over the past week. On Tuesday, Shaw made 25 saves in a 7-4 win. He stopped 21 of 22 shots in a 3-1 win over Wenatchee on Friday and played 11:05 minutes in Saturday’s win.

USHL:

Josh Melnick recorded two points (1g, 1a) in Friday’s 7-3 win and added an assist on Saturday. Melnick is fifth in scoring in the USHL and is on a 10-game points streak with 20 points (4g, 16a) over that stretch.

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Recruit Roundup

Princeton hockey recruit Josh Melnick recorded a five-point game on Saturday, reaching the 50-point mark for the season.

St. Andrew’s College defenseman Reid Yochim committed to Princeton.

Here’s more on how Princeton’s recruits fared this week: Continue reading Recruit Roundup

Recruit Roundup

It was a good week for Cobourg’s Alex Riche, who recorded a hat trick on Friday, helping the Cougars to a 5-4 win.

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Recruit Roundup

This week, Neil Doef took to Twitter for the first time since sustaining his injury to express his gratitude for the support.

Here’s more of how the recruits fared: Continue reading Recruit Roundup

Recruit Roundup

There was some good news on Neil Doef, as the family released that the forward regained feeling in one leg.

Princeton recruits in Gloucester have been on a tear, as Max Veronneau, Joey Fallon and Ryan Kuffner combined for 17 points over the week.

Here’s more of how Princeton’s recruits fared: Continue reading Recruit Roundup

Recruit Roundup

Since his return from injury, recruit Max Veronneau has recorded a point in each game but one. 

Neil Doef‘s injury was officially disclosed as a spinal cord injury, and the 17-year-old has started intensive rehab.

Here’s how the recruits fared this week: Continue reading Recruit Roundup

Recruit Roundup

While there is no new official update on Neil Doef‘s status, fundraising efforts have reeled in more than $30,000 for the injured Smiths Falls forward. The Bears defeated Cumberland 5-2 on Friday night, when the team held a fundraiser for Doef and his family.

In addition, CCHL alumnus and Clarkson skater Kevin Tansey has organized a charity hockey game that will take place on Monday. Princeton forward Kyle Rankin, whose younger brother Connor plays in Smiths Falls, is slated to attend. Continue reading Recruit Roundup

Recruit Roundup

Princeton hockey recruits Ryan Kuffner and Neil Doef missed this week in the CCHL, as they made Canada East’s WJAC roster.

Doef suffered a hit in the first period of Canada East’s Sunday game and was taken to the hospital. Continue reading Recruit Roundup