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Princeton Hockey 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 from this week’s Princeton hockey recruit roundup:

AJHL:

Spencer Kryczka recorded two assists on Tuesday the game-winning overtime goal on Friday and a goal on Saturday. Over the three-game point streak, he has four points (2g, 2a). The Kodiaks finished the regular season with a franchise-best 48 wins. Camrose’s 100 points sit on top of the Viterra AJHL South division.

CCHL:

Joey Fallon recorded two goals on Friday while Max Veronneau recorded an assist. On Sunday the roles were switched, with Veronneau scoring twice and Fallon netting the assist. Ryan Kuffner did not play on Saturday or Sunday. Fallon also recorded a goal on Saturday.

Neil Doef and his family watched the Smiths Falls Bears defeat Kemptville on Friday.

NAHL:

Austin Shaw started both games over the weekend. He mad 30 stops on 34 shots in an overtime loss on Friday, and stopped 36 of 38 shots in a Saturday overtime win. He earned the team’s hard hat.

OJHL:

Kingston and Cobourg have both started the playoffs. Riche recorded an assist on Wednesday and a goal on Saturday. Colin Tonge had a goal on Thursday.

Prep:

The Saints won the CISAA by defeating Nichols 4-3. Yochim has 18 points over 50 games with St. Andrews College.

USHL:

Melnick had an assist on Friday before his five-point night. The forward is on an eight-game point streak, with 17 points (3g, 14a) over that period. He had a natural hat trick in Saturday’s win.

Here’s a video of Melnick’s natural hat trick:

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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

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

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

Princeton Hockey 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 from this week’s Princeton hockey recruit roundup:

BCHL:

Josh Teves recorded an assist on Wednesday and the game-winning goal on Friday. He added an assist in Sunday’s 6-3 win. Teves is now on a three-game point streak.

CCHL:

Fallon (2g), Veronneau (1g, 1a) and Kuffner (2a) had multi-point games on Thursday. Kuffner followed the effort by netting a hat trick in Gloucester’s 6-3 win over Smiths Falls. He finished the game with four points, as did Veronneau, who had four assists. Fallon added a goal.

On Sunday, Kuffner scored Gloucester’s lone goal, while Veronneau recorded the assist.

Veronneau has scored in six of seven games since his return, and has recorded four multi-point games. Veronneau, along with Kuffner, is on a five-game point streak.

The Ottawa 67’s held a fundraiser for Doef during their game on Sunday and are auctioning off game-worn jerseys to support Doef and his family.  Here’s a recap of the pre-game ceremony from the 67’s:

OJHL:

Alex Riche recorded an assist on Monday.

NAHL:

Austin Shaw started both games over the weekend. He stopped 22 of 23 shots in a 1-0 loss on Friday. He followed with a 25-save shutout win on Saturday.

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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

Update: Neil Doef Regaining Feeling In Lower Body

Neil Doef has regained feeling in one leg and in several toes in the other leg, the Record News reported.

“I don’t care if he ever plays hockey again, I just hope he is able to walk,” Doef’s grandmother, Delores Beaupre told the Record News.

“He is coming along. His spirits are good and he has a good outlook,” she said.”He has some feeling in one leg and a couple of toes on the other.” Continue reading Update: Neil Doef Regaining Feeling In Lower Body

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

Princeton Hockey 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 more from this weeks’ Princeton hockey recruit roundup:

CCHL:

Veronneau and Ryan Kuffner each recorded a goal and an assist in Gloucester’s Friday victory. Veronneau repeated that performance on Sunday, while Kuffner added two assists.

NAHL:

Austin Shaw started in two of three games over the past week. He finished 1-1, making 52 saves and allowing seven goals combined.

OJHL:

Alex Riche recorded an assist on Monday and added two helpers in a Sunday victory.

USHL:

Youngstown swept Green Bay over the weekend. Josh Melnick recorded an assist on Friday and two assists on Saturday.

Click here for the recruit stats.

Update: Neil Doef Suffered Spinal Cord Injury

Doefstrong announced via Facebook that Neil Doef suffered a spinal cord injury and lost movement in his lower body.

A spinal cord injury was speculated after Doef took a hit into the boards on Dec. 14.

Per the release, Doef has started “intensive rehab therapy.”

“He remains hopeful and committed to pushing himself as far as he can at rehab,” the statement said. “As most can imagine this has been a very traumatic time for Neil and his family and hence why they have asked for some privacy these last few weeks. Continue reading Update: Neil Doef Suffered Spinal Cord Injury