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Several Princeton Recruits Named To Canada’s WJAC Selection Camp Roster

Princeton hockey recruits Jackson Cressey, Matt Thom, Derek Topatigh and Colin Tonge were named to Canada’s World Junior A Challenge selection camp rosters.

Cressey, a member of the BCHL, was named to the Canada West camp roster. Thom, Topatigh and Tonge were all named to Canada East’s roster.

The World Junior A Challenge will take place in Cobourg, Ontario from Dec. 13 to Dec. 19.

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Recruit Roundup

Princeton received two commitments in the past few weeks – one from the BCHL’s Jackson Cressey and the other from Christian O’Neill. Several Princeton recruits were also named to the CCHL All-Star Cup Challenge.

Here’s more on how Princeton’s recruits fared last week:

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BCHL:

Jackson Cressey is tied for Coquitlam’s scoring lead but didn’t play last week.

CISAA:

Reid Yochim  recorded a goal in St. Andrew’s season-opening win

OJHL:

Liam Grande has not played since Sept. 29. Matt Thom recorded an assist against Milton on Oct. 30 and added two assists in an Oct. 31 win over Burlington. Colin Tonge scored a goal in a Nov. 5 loss to Stouffville. Derek Topatigh has three goals in his last three games, including a two-goal night against the Toronto J. Canadiens. The trio were named to the CCHL All-Star Cup Challenge.

NAHL: 

Joey Fallon had an assist in the Oct. 30 win over Amarillo and a goal in the Oct. 31 win over the Bulls. Jake Paganelli had a goal and an assist in  Nov. 7 win over Coulee Region.

TI18U:

Christian O’Neill had a goal on Nov. 8.

USHL:

Jack Adams recorded an assist in each of Fargo’s last two games against Des Moines.

USPHL: 

Doug Connor played in two games over the last three weeks, playing both games last weekend against the Skipjacks Hockey Club. On Saturday Connor made 32 saves in a 7-3 loss and added 42 saves in Saturday’s 5-3 loss.

Here are the recruit stats:

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Recruits Coin Tonge, Matt Thom and Derek Topatigh Named To CCHL All-Star Cup Challenge

Princeton hockey recruits Colin Tonge, Matt Thom and Derek Topatigh were named to the CCHL Eastern Canada All Star Cup Challenge rosters.

Tonge will play for  OJHL Hawerchuk, Thom for OJHL Nieuwendyk and Derek Topatigh for OJHL Oates. Topatigh is committed for the 2016-17 season, while Thom and Tonge are committed for 2017-18.

Recruit Roundup

Liam Grande committed to Princeton for the 2016-17 season, giving the Tigers four commits in the OJHL.

Here’s how Princeton’s recruits fared this week:

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OJHL:

New commit Liam Grande hasn’t played since Sept. 29. He has nine points (6g, 3a) this season. Derek Topatigh scored a goal against North York on Saturday. Colin Tonge has not played since Oc. 15.

NAHL:

Joey Fallon has not played since Oct. 9, and Jake Paganelli did not play this past weekend.

USPHL:

Doug Connor made 40 saves on 47 shots in his team’s 7-3 loss on Saturday.

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Here are the recruit stats:

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Recruit Roundup

Here’s this week’s recruit roundup:

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NAHL:

Joey Fallon is on a three-game point streak. He added an assist in a 6-1 win and two points (1g, 1a) in a 7-2 win as Lone Star swept Amarillo. Fellow recruit Jake Paganelli is also on a three-game point streak. He recorded an assist against the Wilderness last weekend and added an assist against Minot on Friday and a goal on Saturday.

OJHL:

Colin Tonge recorded two points (1g, 1a) in a 3-2 win over Aurora on Oct. 8. Derek Topatigh is Orangeville’s highest-scoring defenseman. He has four assists in his last four games. Topatigh netted an assist against Trenton on Oct. 10, added an assist on Oct. 17 and recorded two assists on Oct. 18.

USHL:

Jack Adams netted his first USHL goal on Oct. 9. He finished with three points over the last two weeks, adding an assist against Cedar Rapids and Bloomington.

USPHL:

Doug Connor played twice two weekends ago. On Oct. 10, he made 30 saves in a 7-2 loss to the Rochester Junior Americans. He followed with a 30-save performance in a 2-1 loss to the Junior Bruins U18. They were Connor’s first losses of the season.

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Recruit Roundup

Junior hockey is completely underway, and so are Princeton’s recruits. Six recruits scored this week as the NAHL, OJHL and USHL have started regular-season play.

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

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NAHL:

After being cut by the Green Bay Gamblers, Jake Paganelli joined the Austin Bruins. He recorded three points (2g, 2a) as the Bruins finished the NAHL Showcase 2-1.

Last week, Joey Fallon netted three points over four games. He recorded two assists in a 3-2 win over Minnesota, his first multi-point NAHL game. Fallon has four points through five games this season.

OJHL:

Defenseman Derek Topatigh netted an assist last week. Matt Thom also recorded an assist, as Georgetown went 2-1 over the week. Forward Colin Tonge scored four goals over three games last week, and netted two goals in a 5-3 loss to the Toronto Patriots.

USHL:

Fargo opened up the season with a 4-3 loss to Sioux City. Jack Adams recorded an assist.

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Princeton Hockey Recruit Roundup

Three Princeton recruits are in the middle of the playoffs, but the biggest news happened off the ice.

Josh Melnick, who was slated to arrive on campus this fall, decommitted from Princeton last week. There is no official word on where Melnick will play next season. The forward’s 58 points are tied for 8th in the USHL.

Melnick played high school hockey at Delbarton and overlapped with current Tigers Mike Ambrosia, Tommy Davis and Colton Phinney.

Here’s more from this week’s Princeton hockey recruit roundup: Continue reading Princeton Hockey Recruit Roundup

Recruit Roundup

Three Princeton recruits are in the middle of the playoffs, but the biggest news happened off the ice.

Josh Melnick, who was slated to arrive on campus this fall, decommitted from Princeton last week. There is no official word on where Melnick will play next season. The forward’s 58 points are tied for 8th in the USHL.

Melnick played high school hockey at Delbarton and overlapped with current Tigers Mike Ambrosia, Tommy Davis and Colton Phinney.

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