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