Saturday, November 22, 2014

ICE Media Notes

ICE CHIPS: The KOOTENAY ICE enter tonight's action with a 9-14-0-0 record (7-5-0-0 at home, 2-9-0-0 on the road, 3-0 in overtime, 1-0 in shootouts)...Following tonight's contest KOOTENAY, who has won six of its last seven games, will host MOOSE JAW November 23.

ROSTER BREAKDOWN: KOOTENAY is currently carrying 23 players (two goaltenders, seven defensemen and 14 forwards)...The ICE roster is made up of three 1994-born players, nine 1995-born players, four 1996-born players, five 1997-born players, and two 1998-born players...KOOTENAY has seven first-year players on its roster.

DID YOU KNOW: KOOTENAY holds a 63-39-9-1 lifetime record versus MEDICINE HAT (38-15-4-1 at home, 25-24-5-0 on the road, 5-6-6 in overtime)...Tonight's game marks the second of seven meetings this season between the ICE and TIGERS...Forward SAM REINHART surpassed JARRET STOLL for the ICE franchise lead in career regular season assists November 21 versus LETHBRIDGE…REINHART now has 164 career helpers, while STOLL finished his WHL career with 162...REINHART has been named the DENNY'S WHL PLAYER OF THE WEEK for the week ending November 16...REINHART recorded seven points (1-6-7) in two games last week...Forward ZAK ZBOROSKY and Defenseman TROY MURRAY were both named this week to NHL CENTRAL SCOUTING'S November Players to Watch List...ZBOROSKY is rated as a "B" level prospect while MURRAY is listed as a "C" level prospect for the 2015 NHL ENTRY DRAFT...Defenseman RINAT VALIEV recorded a career-high five points November 21 against the HURRICANES (1-4-5)…Forward JON MARTIN is two appearances shy of 200 career regular season games played with KOOTENAY.

SCORING STREAKS: Forward SAM REINHART has recorded at least one point in each of his six games with KOOTENAY this season (4-11-15)…Forward JAEDON DESCHENEAU has tallied at least one point in his last five games (3-4-7)…Defenseman RINAT VALIEV has recorded at least one point in each of his last four games (1-7-8).

INJURIES: Defenseman TANNER FAITH will be out of the ICE lineup one to three weeks with an upper body injury.

ONE YEAR AGO: After 23 games of the 2013-14 season the ICE were 11-10-2-0, after 24 games 12-10-2-0 and after 25 games 12-11-2-0.

DRAFTED PLAYERS: SAM REINHART - Buffalo Sabres (1st Round, 2014 NHL Draft), TIM BOZON - Montreal Canadiens (3rd Round, 2012 NHL Draft), RINAT VALIEV - Toronto Maple Leafs (3rd Round, 2014 NHL Draft), JAEDON DESCHENEAU - St. Louis Blues (5th Round, 2014 NHL Draft), TANNER FAITH – Minnesota Wild (5th Round, 2014 NHL Draft).

Kootenay 5 Lethbridge 1

From Chris Wahl ... http://www.kootenayice.net/article/bozon-nets-pair-in-record-breaking-night

Tim Bozon scored twice, and Sam Reinhart became the ICE franchise leader in regular-season assists as the Kootenay ICE defeated the Lethbridge Hurricanes 5-1 in Cranbrook Friday.

Bozon's two second-period goals broke open a scoreless game, while Reinhart's two helpers vaulted him past Jarret Stoll as the club's career assist leader with 164.

It was on Bozon's first goal, 8:36 into the second period on which the Kootenay captain broke Stoll's 12 year-old record. The pair would connect again in the dying seconds of the middle frame to put the ICE ahead 2-0 after fourty minutes.

Lethbridge answered back in the opening minute of period three when Taylor Cooper banged a rebound home, but Kootenay's Levi Cable, one of three ICE players to return from injury Friday, fired in a goal of his own 25 seconds later to restore the home side's two-goal advantage.

Rinat Valiev tucked in an empty netter before Jaedon Descheneau completed the scoring ledger with his team-leading 11th tally of the season with five seconds remaining in the game.

Kootenay has come away victorious in each of the three meetings with the Hurricanes so far this season, and overall the ICE has won six of its past seven games.

Hoflin stopped 25 of 26 Lethbridge shots to record the victory in goal for Kootenay, while Zac Robidoux made 43 saves for Lethbridge.

Reinhart extended his point streak to six games Friday, while Descheneau has now collected a point in his last five contests. Bozon has scored 11 points in his last six games played.

Defenseman Rinat Valiev set a personal best with five points, notching one goal and four assists.

Cable joined Jon Martin and Kyle O'Connor in returning to the ICE lineup; it was Martin's first game since October 18th.

UP NEXT: the ICE visit the Medicine Hat Tigers Saturday (7:30 PM, Medicine Hat Arena) before returning home to host the Moose Jaw Warriors Sunday evening at 6:00 PM.

Friday, November 21, 2014

ICE Media Notes

ICE CHIPS: The KOOTENAY ICE enter tonight's action with a 8-14-0-0 record (6-5-0-0 at home, 2-9-0-0 on the road, 3-0 in overtime, 1-0 in shootouts)...Following tonight's contest the ICE will visit MEDICINE HAT November 22 before returning home to host MOOSE JAW November 23.

ROSTER BREAKDOWN: KOOTENAY is currently carrying 23 players (two goaltenders, seven defensemen and 14 forwards)...The ICE roster is made up of three 1994-born players, nine 1995-born players, four 1996-born players, five 1997-born players, and two 1998-born players...KOOTENAY has seven first-year players on its roster.

DID YOU KNOW: KOOTENAY holds a 69-41-13-4 lifetime record versus LETHBRIDGE (41-16-6-2 at home, 28-25-7-2 on the road, 8-12-6 in overtime)...Tonight's game marks the third of seven meetings this season between the ICE and HURRICANES...KOOTENAY has won both of the previous two encounters...Forward SAM REINHART is tied with JARRET STOLL for the ICE franchise lead in career regular season assists (162)...REINHART has been named the DENNY'S WHL PLAYER OF THE WEEK for the week ending November 16...REINHART recorded seven points (1-6-7) in two games last week...Forward ZAK ZBOROSKY and Defenseman TROY MURRAY were both named this week to NHL CENTRAL SCOUTING'S November Players to Watch List...ZBOROSKY is rated as a "B" level prospect while MURRAY is listed as a "C" level prospect for the 2015 NHL ENTRY DRAFT...Forward LUKE PHILP became the 25th player in KOOTENAY ICE franchise history to record ten or more regular season game-winning goals with his tally November 15 at LETHBRIDGE...PHILP matched a career high with four points (2-2-4) November 14 versus CALGARY...Goaltender WYATT HOFLIN surpassed 3,000 career regular season minutes played November 15 against the HURRICANES.

SCORING STREAKS: Forward SAM REINHART has recorded at least one point in each of his five games with KOOTENAY this season (4-9-13)…Forward JAEDON DESCHENEAU has tallied at least one point in his last four games (2-3-5)…Defenseman RINAT VALIEV has recorded an assist in each of his last three games (0-3-3).

INJURIES: Forward JON MARTIN will be out of the KOOTENAY lineup one week with an upper body injury...Forward KYLE O'CONNOR will be out of the ICE lineup one to two weeks with a lower body injury...Forward LEVI CABLE will be out of the KOOTENAY lineup one to two weeks with a lower body injury...Defenseman TANNER FAITH will be out of the ICE lineup one to three weeks with an upper body injury.

ONE YEAR AGO: After 22 games of the 2013-14 season the ICE were 11-9-2-0, after 23 games 11-10-2-0 and after 24 games 12-10-2-0.

DRAFTED PLAYERS: SAM REINHART - Buffalo Sabres (1st Round, 2014 NHL Draft), TIM BOZON - Montreal Canadiens (3rd Round, 2012 NHL Draft), RINAT VALIEV - Toronto Maple Leafs (3rd Round, 2014 NHL Draft), JAEDON DESCHENEAU - St. Louis Blues (5th Round, 2014 NHL Draft), TANNER FAITH – Minnesota Wild (5th Round, 2014 NHL Draft).

TONIGHT’S OFFICIALS: The Referees for tonight’s game are MIKE CAMPBELL and KEVIN WEBINGER...The Linesmen are TYLER JENSEN and MIKE ROBERTS.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

CSS Preliminary 2015 November Players to Watch

http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=739668

• A Rating -- Indicates a 1st round candidate

• B Rating -- Indicates a 2nd/3rd round candidate

• C Rating -- Indicates a 4th/5th/6th round candidate

• LV (Limited Viewing) -- Injured players who have not had sufficient viewings to be categorized.

Click column headers to sort each column; click same header to reverse sort

Region PTW Last Name First Name Team League Height Weight Pos

NA C BERG ADAM CALGARY MUSTANGS AJHL 6'0.25" 179 LW
NA C GARDNER RHETT OKOTOKS AJHL 6'2.25" 208 C/LW
NA C BUSCH TYLER SPRUCE GROVE AJHL 6'2.25" 178 C
NA C VERMEULEN JAMES WHITECOURT AJHL 6'1.75" 182 D
NA C DESHARNAIS VINCENT CHILLIWACK BCHL 6'6.0" 210 D
NA C VELA MARCUS LANGLEY BCHL 6'0.5" 204 C
NA C MISKA HUNTER PENTICTON BCHL 6'0.75" 169 G
NA C BUONO CARMINE POWELL RIVER BCHL 6'0.75" 184 D
NA C WORNIG STEFAN POWELL RIVER BCHL 6'5.5" 193 G
NA C O'BRIEN BROGAN PRINCE GEORGE BCHL 6'1.5" 191 C/LW
NA C MINNEY EDWIN MICHIGAN STATE BIG10 6'4.25" 191 G
NA C JONES NICHOLAS OHIO STATE BIG10 5'10.0" 173 C/RW
NA A WERENSKI ZACHARY U OF MICHIGAN BIG10 6'2.0" 206 D
NA C HUGHES CAMERON U OF WISCONSIN BIG10 5'10.75" 144 C
NA C PESKI ANDREW BROCKVILLE CCHL 6'0.25" 197 D
NA C CLARK ADRIAN CARLETON PLACE CCHL 6'2.0" 191 G
NA C MACMASTER TANNER QUINNIPIAC ECAC 5'9.25" 156 C
NA C HITCHCOCK RYAN YALE ECAC 5'10.0" 170 LW
NA A HANIFIN NOAH BOSTON COLLEGE H-EAST 6'2.75" 203 D
NA C SAVAGE SCOTT BOSTON COLLEGE H-EAST 6'1.0" 195 D
NA A EICHEL JACK BOSTON UNIVERSITY H-EAST 6'2.0" 196 C
NA B GREER AJ BOSTON UNIVERSITY H-EAST 6'2.5" 204 LW
NA C DIFFLEY BRIEN BOSTON UNIVERSITY H-EAST 6'1.0" 176 D
NA C SMITH JEFFREY U. MASS-LOWELL H-EAST 6'0.5" 206 G
NA C SELLAR SHANE CANTERBURY HIGH-CT 6'1.25" 186 LW
NA C SOMERS WILL HOTCHKISS SCHOOL HIGH-CT 6'4.0" 228 LW
NA C KOZLOWSKI TREVIN THE GUNNERY HIGH-CT 6'3.75" 186 G
NA B CORRIVEAU TAGGART WESTMINSTER HIGH-CT 6'1.0" 176 RW
NA C MCDERMOTT JOHN WESTMINSTER HIGH-CT 6'1.25" 185 C
NA B BACHMAN KARCH CULVER ACADEMY HIGH-IN 5'10.5" 175 LW
NA C SHEA RYAN BOSTON COLLEGE H.S. HIGH-MA 6'0.0" 168 D
NA C COTTON DAVID CUSHING ACADEMY HIGH-MA 6'2.5" 200 C
NA C SHAW ERIC MIDDLESEX SCHOOL HIGH-MA 6'2.0" 215 C
NA C STEVENS LUKE NOBLE & GREENOUGH HIGH-MA 6'3.75" 184 LW
NA C HAYWARD PETER NORTHFIELD-MT.HERMON HIGH-MA 6'2.0" 185 LW
NA C O'BRIEN CONOR NORTHFIELD-MT.HERMON HIGH-MA 6'1.0" 161 G
NA C DARCY LIAM BERWICK ACADEMY HIGH-ME 5'10.5" 175 D
NA C JAREMKO JACOB ELK RIVER HIGH-MN 5'11.25" 170 C
NA C OLSON JACOB HILL-MURRAY HIGH-MN 6'3.0" 210 D
NA C MCNEELY JACK LAKEVILLE NORTH HIGH-MN 6'2.5" 178 D
NA C POEHLING NICKLAUS LAKEVILLE NORTH HIGH-MN 5'10.0" 161 LW
NA C SADEK JACK LAKEVILLE NORTH HIGH-MN 6'1.5" 185 D
NA C BECKER JACK MAHTOMEDI HIGH-MN 6'3.0" 188 C
NA C FOULEM FREDERIC Shattuck-St. Mary's Prep HIGH-MN 6'0.5" 189 G
NA C MACKIE GAGE Shattuck-St. Mary's Prep HIGH-MN 6'2.5" 192 LW
NA C JAYCOX LUKAS WARROAD HIGH-MN 6'1.5" 183 D
NA C MASSIE JAKE KIMBALL UNION HIGH-NH 6'2.0" 165 D
NA C PORTER PAYTON KIMBALL UNION HIGH-NH 6'1.25" 190 G
NA C CHO AUSTIN ST. ANDREWS COLLEGE HIGH-ON 6'0.0" 175 D
NA C PELTON-BYCE TY MADISON MEMORIAL HS HIGH-WI 6'1.5" 183 C
NA C PETERS COLLIN SHEBOYGAN HIGH-WI 5'11.5" 166 C
NA C PARSELLS ADAM WAUSAU WEST HIGH-WI 6'5.5" 192 D
NA C KEANE JACKSON WINNIPEG MJHL 5'8.75" 150 C
NA C ROSTAGNO TRISTAN AMARILLO NAHL 6'1.5" 185 D
NA C GALLET HUGO AUSTIN NAHL 6'3.25" 200 D
NA C MACLEAN JOHN AUSTIN NAHL 6'1.75" 195 C
NA C JURUSIK MATTHEW JANESVILLE NAHL 6'0.0" 194 G
NA C BEDNARD RYAN JOHNSTOWN NAHL 6'3.75" 179 G
NA C SCHACHLE TANNER KENAI RIVER NAHL 6'0.75" 161 LW
NA C AHRENS VAUGHAN MINNESOTA MAGICIANS NAHL 6'2.75" 194 G
NA C FAULKNER TIM ODESSA NAHL 6'4.0" 215 D
NA C HAUSINGER CHRISTIAN ODESSA NAHL 6'0.0" 195 D
NA B TOMEK MATEJ TOPEKA NAHL 6'2.5" 180 G
NA C KUHLMAN KARSON U MINN-DULUTH NCHC 5'10.0" 175 C/RW
NA A BLACKWOOD MACKENZIE BARRIE OHL 6'4.0" 215 G
NA C ANDERSSON RASMUS BARRIE OHL 6'0.0" 210 D
NA C KREIS MATTHEW BARRIE OHL 5'10.5" 173 C
NA C RADKE ROY BARRIE OHL 6'2.5" 203 RW
NA B LEMCKE JUSTIN BELLEVILLE OHL 6'2.25" 200 D
NA B LUFF MATT BELLEVILLE OHL 6'1.5" 179 RW
NA C HICKS CONNOR BELLEVILLE OHL 6'3.25" 189 G
NA C LAISHRAM ADAM BELLEVILLE OHL 5'8.5" 158 RW
NA A MCDAVID CONNOR ERIE OHL 6'0.75" 195 C
NA A STROME DYLAN ERIE OHL 6'3.0" 187 C
NA B DERMOTT TRAVIS ERIE OHL 5'11.25" 197 D
NA C BETZ NICK ERIE OHL 6'4.25" 220 RW
NA C MARCHMENT MASON ERIE OHL 6'3.25" 195 LW
NA C MAYO COLE ERIE OHL 5'11.75" 202 D
NA C MURPHY PATRICK ERIE OHL 6'0.5" 187 D
NA C MCFADDEN GARRETT GUELPH OHL 5'10.5" 180 D
NA C SUTER PIUS GUELPH OHL 5'11.0" 165 C
NA A CROUSE LAWSON KINGSTON OHL 6'4.0" 211 LW
NA C HELVIG JEREMY KINGSTON OHL 6'2.75" 216 G
NA C BLAISDELL DOUG KITCHENER OHL 6'2.25" 209 D
NA C FRANZEN GUSTAF KITCHENER OHL 5'10.75" 173 C
NA C KOHN MASON KITCHENER OHL 5'10.5" 188 C
NA A MARNER MITCHELL LONDON OHL 5'11.0" 155 C
NA C CRAWLEY BRANDON LONDON OHL 6'0.5" 198 D
NA C MARTENET CHRIS LONDON OHL 6' 7.0" 198 D
NA B DUNN VINCE NIAGARA OHL 5'11.75" 182 D
NA B KNOTT GRAHAM NIAGARA OHL 6'3.25" 192 LW
NA C HENRIKSSON ALEXANDER NORTH BAY OHL 6'1.75" 209 RW
NA C MCKENZIE BRETT NORTH BAY OHL 6'1.75" 190 C
NA B VANDE SOMPEL MITCHELL OSHAWA OHL 5'10.0" 182 D
NA C APPLEBY KEN OSHAWA OHL 6'4.25" 209 G
NA C CIRELLI ANTHONY OSHAWA OHL 5'11.5" 160 C
NA C HARDING SAM OSHAWA OHL 5'11.75" 180 C
NA A KONECNY TRAVIS OTTAWA OHL 5'9.75" 174 C
NA C ADDISON JEREMIAH OTTAWA OHL 5'11.75" 182 LW
NA C HERBST LIAM OTTAWA OHL 6'3.75" 194 G
NA C SALITURO DANTE OTTAWA OHL 5'8.25" 178 C
NA B MCNIVEN MICHAEL OWEN SOUND OHL 6'0.5" 205 G
NA C FLINN JACK OWEN SOUND OHL 6' 7.0" 223 G
NA C MACARTHUR TYLER OWEN SOUND OHL 6'3.5" 177 D
NA C SCHEMITSCH THOMAS OWEN SOUND OHL 6'3.0" 205 D
NA C SZYPULA ETHAN OWEN SOUND OHL 5'10.5" 168 C
NA B SPENCER MATTHEW PETERBOROUGH OHL 6'1.5" 201 D
NA C BOWMAN ZACK PLYMOUTH OHL 6'0.0" 168 G
NA C DUNDA LIAM PLYMOUTH OHL 6'4.25" 212 LW
NA C MERCER CULLEN PLYMOUTH OHL 5'11.75" 189 C
NA B STEPHENS MITCHELL SAGINAW OHL 5'11.25" 184 C
NA C ARTEMOV ARTEM SAGINAW OHL 5'10.5" 200 LW
NA C CRAWFORD MARCUS SAGINAW OHL 5'11.0" 193 D
NA C HOLMES MICHAEL SAGINAW OHL 6'3.0" 175 D
NA A KOROSTELEV NIKITA SARNIA OHL 6'1.25" 195 RW
NA A ZACHA PAVEL SARNIA OHL 6'3.0" 210 C
NA C FAZIO JUSTIN SARNIA OHL 6'0.25" 180 G
NA C LINDBERG BRANDON SARNIA OHL 6'0.5" 205 C
NA C SCHLICHTING CONNOR SARNIA OHL 6'3.25" 207 D
NA B SENYSHYN ZACHARY SAULT STE. MARIE OHL 6'1.0" 192 RW
NA C BOURAMMAN GUSTAV SAULT STE. MARIE OHL 5'11.25" 184 D
NA C MILLER DAVID SAULT STE. MARIE OHL 5'8.5" 180 C
NA C SPEERS BLAKE SAULT STE. MARIE OHL 5'10.75" 180 C
NA C CAPOBIANCO KYLE SUDBURY OHL 6'1.0" 178 D
NA C MCCOOL HAYDEN WINDSOR OHL 6'3.0" 200 C
NA C THEEDE DAWSON COBOURG OJHL 6'3.0" 210 C/LW
NA C REILLY WILL NORTH YORK OJHL 6'1.0" 175 D
NA C BALES JACKSON OAKVILLE OJHL 5'10.25" 150 C
NA B BRISEBOIS GUILLAUME ACADIE-BATHURST QMJHL 6'1.75" 170 D
NA C SIMPSON MARK ACADIE-BATHURST QMJHL 6'5.25" 189 C
NA B MELOCHE NICOLAS BAIE-COMEAU QMJHL 6'2.5" 202 D
NA B MONTEMBAULT SAMUEL BLAINVILLE-BOISBRIAND QMJHL 6'2.25" 164 G
NA A SVECHNIKOV EVGENI CAPE BRETON QMJHL 6'2.0" 199 LW
NA C BELL JASON CAPE BRETON QMJHL 6'2.0" 188 D
NA C LALONDE BRADLEY CAPE BRETON QMJHL 6'0.5" 193 D
NA C LEVEILLE LOIK CAPE BRETON QMJHL 5'11.5" 223 D
NA A CHLAPIK FILIP CHARLOTTETOWN QMJHL 6'0.75" 194 C
NA A SPRONG DANIEL CHARLOTTETOWN QMJHL 6'0.0" 189 RW
NA B HENLEY DAVID CHARLOTTETOWN QMJHL 6'4.5" 203 D
NA C GOULET ALEXANDRE CHARLOTTETOWN QMJHL 5'11.5" 195 C
NA C KIELLY KAMERON CHARLOTTETOWN QMJHL 6'0.0" 180 RW
NA A ROY NICOLAS CHICOUTIMI QMJHL 6'4.0" 199 C
NA C BILLIA JULIO CHICOUTIMI QMJHL 5'10.75" 160 G
NA B ALAIN ALEXANDRE GATINEAU QMJHL 6'0.25" 173 C
NA B CARRIER ALEXANDRE GATINEAU QMJHL 5'11.0" 174 D
NA B TRENIN YAKOV GATINEAU QMJHL 6'1.75" 192 C
NA A MEIER TIMO HALIFAX QMJHL 6'1.0" 208 RW
NA C MOYNIHAN CONNOR HALIFAX QMJHL 6'3.75" 211 LW
NA B ASKEW CAMERON MONCTON QMJHL 6'2.25" 203 C
NA B TKACHEV VLADIMIR MONCTON QMJHL 5'9.5" 144 LW
NA A BOOTH CALLUM QUEBEC QMJHL 6'2.75" 199 G
NA C TIMASHOV DMYTRO QUEBEC QMJHL 5'9.25" 192 LW
NA C BOURQUE SIMON RIMOUSKI QMJHL 6'0.25" 184 D
NA C TREMBLAY OLIVIER RIMOUSKI QMJHL 5'11.25" 182 G
NA B LAUZON JEREMY ROUYN-NORANDA QMJHL 6'1.75" 193 D
NA C BELISLE JEREMY ROUYN-NORANDA QMJHL 6'0.0" 157 G
NA C FORTIN ALEXANDRE ROUYN-NORANDA QMJHL 6'0.0" 173 C
NA C MYERS PHILIPPE ROUYN-NORANDA QMJHL 6'4.75" 196 D
NA A ZBORIL JAKUB SAINT JOHN QMJHL 6'0.75" 184 D
NA B CHABOT THOMAS SAINT JOHN QMJHL 6'1.25" 181 D
NA B MARSH ADAM SAINT JOHN QMJHL 6'0.0" 160 LW
NA B NOEL NATHAN SAINT JOHN QMJHL 5'10.75" 170 C
NA C DOVE MCFALLS SAMUEL SAINT JOHN QMJHL 6'2.0" 207 LW
NA B BEAUVILLIER ANTHONY SHAWINIGAN QMJHL 5'10.25" 173 LW
NA B YAN DENNIS SHAWINIGAN QMJHL 6'1.25" 180 LW
NA B ROY JEREMY SHERBROOKE QMJHL 5'11.75" 189 D
NA C FONTAINE GABRIEL SHERBROOKE QMJHL 6'1.0" 179 C
NA C SCHWERI KAY SHERBROOKE QMJHL 5'9.0" 175 RW
NA B GALIPEAU OLIVIER VAL-D'OR QMJHL 6'0.5" 202 D
NA C KRENZELOK DANIEL VAL-D'OR QMJHL 6'3.5" 175 D
NA C RICHARD ANTHONY VAL-D'OR QMJHL 5'9.5" 163 C
NA B GAGNE GABRIEL VICTORIAVILLE QMJHL 6'4.75" 186 RW
NA C FOURNIER JORDAN VICTORIAVILLE QMJHL 6'1.25" 181 RW
NA C MARCOUX ANTOINE VICTORIAVILLE QMJHL 6'1.0" 170 C
NA C HALLADAY LOGAN BLOOMINGTON USHL 6'0.75" 194 G
NA B FOLEY ERIK CEDAR RAPIDS USHL 5'11.5" 185 LW
NA C BURKE CALLAHAN CEDAR RAPIDS USHL 5'10.0" 189 C
NA C GAUDETTE ADAM CEDAR RAPIDS USHL 6'0.75" 172 C
NA C HATTEN BRYCE CEDAR RAPIDS USHL 6'1.75" 188 D
NA C LARKIN RYAN CEDAR RAPIDS USHL 6'0.5" 197 G
NA C GILBERT DENNIS CHICAGO USHL 6'2.25" 195 D
NA C JACKSON ROBBY CHICAGO USHL 5'9.75" 183 LW
NA C LACZYNSKI TANNER CHICAGO USHL 6'0.0" 182 RW
NA B PAVLYCHEV NIKITA DES MOINES USHL 6'6.5" 206 C
NA C KOCH PATRIK DES MOINES USHL 6'0.5" 189 D
NA C ZAJC MIHA DES MOINES USHL 6'0.75" 177 C/RW
NA C YOUNG SPENSER DUBUQUE USHL 5'9.75" 177 D
NA C EYSSIMONT MICHAEL FARGO USHL 5'11.5" 182 C
NA B GATES BRENT GREEN BAY USHL 6'1.75" 196 C
NA C MILETIC SAM GREEN BAY USHL 6'0.25" 187 LW
NA C SAARIJARVI VILI GREEN BAY USHL 5'9.25" 161 D
NA C SMITH RYAN GREEN BAY USHL 5'11.5" 197 RW
NA C KALYNUK WYATT LINCOLN USHL 6'0.5" 160 D
NA B CECCONI JOSEPH MUSKEGON USHL 6'2.25" 205 D
NA B MARODY COOPER MUSKEGON USHL 6'0.25" 177 C
NA C MERL STEVEN MUSKEGON USHL 6'3.25" 200 C
NA C SCHIERHORN ERIC MUSKEGON USHL 6'0.25" 185 G
NA C TRINKBERGER DAVID MUSKEGON USHL 6'4.5" 207 D
NA B FORSBACKA KARLSSON JAKOB OMAHA USHL 6'0.75" 192 C
NA C HENDERSON JACOB OMAHA USHL 6'2.25" 209 RW
NA C JORDAN ZACH OMAHA USHL 6'2.5" 212 RW
NA C ZUHLSDORF RYAN SIOUX CITY USHL 5'11.0" 185 D
NA C WARPECHA DANIEL SIOUX FALLS USHL 5'11.75" 176 LW
NA C DELLO TORY TRI-CITY USHL 6'0.25" 187 D
NA C FREYTAG MATTHEW TRI-CITY USHL 6'0.5" 193 LW
NA A GREENWAY JORDAN USA U-18 USHL 6'4.75" 222 LW
NA A WHITE COLIN USA U-18 USHL 6'0.0" 183 C
NA B BRACCO JEREMY USA U-18 USHL 5'9.25" 173 RW
NA B FISCHER CHRISTIAN USA U-18 USHL 6'1.0" 212 RW
NA B OPILKA LUKE USA U-18 USHL 6'1.0" 192 G
NA B ROSLOVIC JACK USA U-18 USHL 6'0.5" 182 C
NA B WARREN BRENDAN USA U-18 USHL 6'0.25" 191 LW
NA C BOKA NICK USA U-18 USHL 6'0.25" 197 D
NA C EVERS CHRISTIAN USA U-18 USHL 6'1.75" 206 D
NA C FITZGERALD CASEY USA U-18 USHL 5'10.5" 186 D
NA C GABRIELE GRANT USA U-18 USHL 6'0.75" 167 D
NA C JONES CALEB USA U-18 USHL 5'11.75" 194 D
NA C LACKEY MICHAEL USA U-18 USHL 6'2.5" 214 G
NA C RUGGIERO STEVEN USA U-18 USHL 6'2.75" 200 D
NA C TERRY TROY USA U-18 USHL 5'10.5" 160 C/RW
NA A NOVAK THOMAS WATERLOO USHL 6'0.25" 180 C
NA A BOESER BROCK WATERLOO USHL 6'0.5" 192 RW
NA C SPAXMAN ETHAN WATERLOO USHL 6'3.25" 191 D
NA A CONNOR KYLE YOUNGSTOWN USHL 6'1.0" 182 C/LW
NA B BIRDSALL CHRIS YOUNGSTOWN USHL 5'10.75" 172 G
NA C CONLEY KEVIN YOUNGSTOWN USHL 5'11.5" 191 LW
NA C PEARSON CHASE YOUNGSTOWN USHL 6'2.0" 190 C
NA C AZAR NICK HONEYBAKED U18 (HPHL) USMAAAE 6'3.0" 201 D
NA C DEMLER BRENDAN OHIO BLUE JACKETS U18 (T1AAA) USMAAAE 6'1.25" 166 D
NA C MICHAUD LUCAS PORTLAND JR. PIRATES USPHL PRE. 5'10.5" 200 RW
NA B MARINO JOHN SOUTH SHORE USPHL PRE. 6'0.5" 171 D
NA C GYSI DANIEL SPRINGFIELD PICS USPHL PRE. 5'11.0" 165 D
NA A PROVOROV IVAN BRANDON WHL 6'0.0" 191 D
NA B GABRIELLE JESSE BRANDON WHL 5'10.75" 205 LW
NA B PILON RYAN BRANDON WHL 6'2.0" 206 D
NA C BUKARTS RIHARDS BRANDON WHL 5'8.5" 190 LW
NA C PAPIRNY JORDAN BRANDON WHL 6'0.5" 173 G
NA C KARNAUKHOV PAVEL CALGARY WHL 6'2.5" 194 LW
NA C ROBERTSON TYLER EDMONTON WHL 6'1.75" 179 C
NA B JUULSEN NOAH EVERETT WHL 6'1.25" 175 D
NA C DAVIS KEVIN EVERETT WHL 5'11.75" 183 D
NA C PFEIFER TRISTEN EVERETT WHL 6'4.0" 180 D
NA C INGRAM CONNOR KAMLOOPS WHL 6'0.5" 212 G
NA C SIDEROFF DEVEN KAMLOOPS WHL 5'11.0" 171 RW
NA A MERKLEY NICK KELOWNA WHL 5'10.75" 191 C
NA C GATENBY JOE KELOWNA WHL 6'0.25" 176 D
NA C SOUSTAL TOMAS KELOWNA WHL 6'2.0" 195 C
NA B ZBOROSKY ZACHARY KOOTENAY WHL 5'11.0" 175 C
NA C MURRAY TROY KOOTENAY WHL 6'0.25" 188 D

NA C ESTEPHAN GIORGIO LETHBRIDGE WHL 6'0.0" 188 C
NA C JENSEN KADE LETHBRIDGE WHL 6'1.5" 191 D
NA C NIELSEN ANDREW LETHBRIDGE WHL 6'3.0" 207 D
NA C BRADLEY MATT MEDICINE HAT WHL 5'11.25" 187 C
NA C HOBBS CONNOR MEDICINE HAT WHL 6'1.0" 188 D
NA C SCHNEIDER NICK MEDICINE HAT WHL 6'1.75" 160 G
NA A BITTNER PAUL PORTLAND WHL 6'4.0" 206 LW
NA C HEID NICHOLAS PORTLAND WHL 6'1.75" 206 D
NA C TEXEIRA KEONI PORTLAND WHL 5'11.75" 208 D
NA C WEINGER EVAN PORTLAND WHL 5'11.25" 184 RW
NA B GARDINER REID PRINCE ALBERT WHL 5'10.5" 187 C/RW
NA C GENNARO MATTEO PRINCE ALBERT WHL 6'2.25" 187 C
NA C GUHLE BRENDAN PRINCE ALBERT WHL 6'1.5" 184 D
NA C MCBRIDE NICK PRINCE ALBERT WHL 6'3.5" 179 G
NA A HARKINS JANSEN PRINCE GEORGE WHL 6'0.75" 177 C
NA B BETHUNE JARED PRINCE GEORGE WHL 6'0.0" 174 C
NA B MUSIL ADAM RED DEER WHL 6'2.5" 198 C
NA C BURMAN TAZ RED DEER WHL 6'0.25" 165 G
NA C GRMAN MARIO RED DEER WHL 6'1.25" 186 D
NA C PAWLENCHUK GRAYSON RED DEER WHL 5'11.5" 183 LW
NA C STRAND AUSTIN RED DEER WHL 6'3.25" 194 D
NA C HUNT DRYDEN REGINA WHL 6'0.0" 199 C/LW
NA C WAGNER AUSTIN REGINA WHL 6'1.0" 178 LW
NA C ZBOROVSKIY SERGEY REGINA WHL 6'3.0" 198 D
NA C HEBIG CAMERON SASKATOON WHL 5'10.75" 178 C
NA A BARZAL MATHEW SEATTLE WHL 5'11.25" 175 C
NA B GROPP RYAN SEATTLE WHL 6'2.0" 184 LW
NA B KOLESAR KEEGAN SEATTLE WHL 6'1.25" 217 RW
NA C BEAR ETHAN SEATTLE WHL 5'11.0" 200 D
NA A DeBRUSK JAKE SWIFT CURRENT WHL 5'11.5" 171 LW
NA A GAWDIN GLENN SWIFT CURRENT WHL 6'0.75" 188 C
NA C BOW LANDON SWIFT CURRENT WHL 6'4.0" 214 G
NA A CARLO BRANDON TRI-CITY WHL 6'4.75" 198 D
NA B WOTHERSPOON PARKER TRI-CITY WHL 6'0.25" 171 D
NA C LUKIN VLADISLAV TRI-CITY WHL 6'0.5" 189 C/LW
NA C O'REILLY BRENDAN TRI-CITY WHL 6'2.25" 185 D
NA B BAER ALEXANDER VANCOUVER WHL 5'9.5" 167 C
NA C BOBYLEV VLADIMIR VANCOUVER WHL 6'2.75" 210 RW
NA C OSIPOV DMITRY VANCOUVER WHL 6'4.0" 193 D
NA C REDDEKOPP CHAZ VICTORIA WHL 6'3.25" 219 D
NA C SMITH EVAN VICTORIA WHL 6'6.25" 174 G
NA C SOY TYLER VICTORIA WHL 5'11.5" 172 C
ITL C KAMMERER MAXIMILIAN SALZBURG AUSTRIA 6'0.0" 163 LW
ITL A SPACEK MICHAEL PARDUBICE CZREP 5'11.0" 187 RW
ITL A JASEK LUKAS TRINEC CZREP 5'11.25" 165 RW
ITL A KASE DAVID CHOMUTOV CZREP-2 5'11.0" 169 C
ITL A VLADAR DANIEL KLADNO CZREP-2 6'5.25" 185 G
ITL B DYMACEK ROMAN BRNO JR. CZREP-JR. 6'0.5" 175 LW
ITL C DUFEK JAN BRNO JR. CZREP-JR. 5'11.75" 172 RW
ITL C DVORAK FILIP BRNO JR. CZREP-JR. 6'0.5" 178 C
ITL C KUBES JAKUB BRNO JR. CZREP-JR. 6'3.0" 216 D
ITL C SNAJNAR ROSTISLAV BRNO JR. CZREP-JR. 6'1.0" 187 D
ITL B KLINECKY DANIEL C. BUDEJOVICE JR. CZREP-JR. 5'11.25" 165 D
ITL C DVORAK DANIEL JIHLAVA JR. CZREP-JR. 6'1.0" 174 LW
ITL C MANDAT MICHAL JIHLAVA JR. CZREP-JR. 5'11.0" 191 D
ITL B ORDOS JAN LIBEREC JR. CZREP-JR. 5'11.0" 176 LW
ITL B STEZKA ALES LIBEREC JR. CZREP-JR. 6'3.25" 178 G
ITL C NESVADBA DAVID OLOMOUC JR. CZREP-JR. 6'0.0" 183 D
ITL C KADERAVEK PATRIK SPARTA JR. CZREP-JR. 6'0.5" 180 D
ITL C KALINA PETR SPARTA JR. CZREP-JR. 5'11.25" 160 D
ITL C PROCHAZKA ONDREJ SPARTA JR. CZREP-JR. 6'2.0" 176 LW
ITL C PROCHAZKA PETR ZLIN JR. CZREP-JR. 6'3.25" 247 D
ITL B SAARELA ALEKSI ASSAT FINLAND 5'10.5" 198 C
ITL B TUULOLA JONI HPK FINLAND 6'2.5" 180 D
ITL B HINTZ ROOPE ILVES FINLAND 6'2.5" 185 LW
ITL C NIKU SAMI JYP FINLAND 6'0.5" 176 D
ITL B AHO SEBASTIAN KARPAT FINLAND 5'11.25" 172 RW
ITL A RANTANEN MIKKO TPS FINLAND 6'3.5" 211 RW
ITL C KALAPUDAS ANTTI HOKKI FINLAND-2 6'0.0" 161 C
ITL B NATTINEN JULIUS JYP 2 FINLAND-2 6'1.75" 191 C
ITL C VAINIO VEETI BLUES JR. FINLAND-JR. 6'1.75" 169 D
ITL C JARVINEN VILLE ILVES JR. FINLAND-JR. 6'3.5" 194 D
ITL C VEHVILAINEN VEINI JYP JR. FINLAND-JR. 6'0.5" 180 G
ITL B TAMMELA JONNE KALPA JR. FINLAND-JR. 5'10.0" 180 C
ITL C PIIPPONEN TOPI KALPA JR. FINLAND-JR. 6'0.5" 194 RW
ITL C SOPANEN EETU PELICANS JR. FINLAND-JR. 6'5.0" 222 D
ITL C KAHUN DOMINIK EHC MUNCHEN GERMANY 5'8.75" 175 C/LW
ITL C BOEHM MICHAEL BAD TOLZ JR. GERMANY-JR. 5'11.25" 169 G
ITL C WISSMANN KAI EISBAREN BERLIN JR. GERMANY-JR. 6'3.25" 180 D
ITL C MAYENSCHEIN JAKOB LANDSHUT JR. GERMANY-JR. 5'10.75" 167 C
ITL C LAMBACHER ALEX MANNHEIM JR. GERMANY-JR. 6'0.0" 183 RW
ITL C NAPRAVNIK JULIAN MANNHEIM JR. GERMANY-JR. 5'9.25" 147 LW
ITL C WEITZMANN HANNIBAL ROSENHEIM JR. GERMANY-JR. 6'0.0" 209 G
ITL C BULL CHRISTIAN LILLEHAMMER NORWAY 6'1.0" 198 D
ITL C PAIGIN ZIYAT KAZAN RUSSIA 6'5.0" 209 D
ITL C LESCHENKO VYACHESLAV MYTISCHI RUSSIA 5'11.0" 167 RW
ITL C KAPRIZOV KIRILL NOVOKUZNETSK RUSSIA 5'9.0" 185 LW
ITL B YUDIN DMITRI ST. PETERSBURG RUSSIA 6'2.0" 185 D
ITL B ZHEBELEV ALEXANDER CHEKHOV 2 RUSSIA-JR. 5'10.5" 207 LW
ITL C VORONKOV YEGOR CHEKHOV 2 RUSSIA-JR. 6'0.0" 183 D
ITL C YEPISHIN MIKHAIL CHEKHOV 2 RUSSIA-JR. 6'1.0" 180 D
ITL B AFONASYEVSKY SEMYON CHELYABINSK 2 RUSSIA-JR. 6'2.0" 196 RW
ITL B NAZARKIN YEVGENI CHELYABINSK 2 RUSSIA-JR. 6'3.0" 205 D
ITL B PODLUBOSHNOV PAVEL CSKA 2 RUSSIA-JR. 5'9.0" 152 RW
ITL C CHAIKA KIRILL DYNAMO ST. PETERSBURG 2 RUSSIA-JR. 6'3.0" 211 D
ITL C WEINHOLD MARTIN KARLOVY VARY JR. RUSSIA-JR. 5'11.0" 164 D
ITL B SAMSONOV ILYA MAGNITOGORSK 2 RUSSIA-JR. 6'3.0" 200 G
ITL B CHEBYKIN NIKOLAI MVD BALASHIKHA 2 RUSSIA-JR. 6'0.0" 183 LW
ITL B VOLKOV ARTYOM MVD BALASHIKHA 2 RUSSIA-JR. 6'1.0" 183 D
ITL C CHIBIRYAYEV KIRILL MVD BALASHIKHA 2 RUSSIA-JR. 6'3.0" 187 C
ITL C MZHELSKY SEMYON MVD BALASHIKHA 2 RUSSIA-JR. 6'3.0" 205 D
ITL C PETUNIN ALEXANDER MVD BALASHIKHA 2 RUSSIA-JR. 5'9.0" 158 RW
ITL C PILIPENKO KIRILL MVD BALASHIKHA 2 RUSSIA-JR. 5'11.0" 194 RW
ITL B ZORKO LUKA MYTISCHI 2 RUSSIA-JR. 6'5.0" 196 D
ITL C PLATONOV ALEXEI MYTISCHI 2 RUSSIA-JR. 6'4.5" 207 D
ITL C YEMETS IVAN NOVOKUZNETSK 2 RUSSIA-JR. 5'10.0" 161 LW
ITL B ZHUKENOV DMITRI OMSK 2 RUSSIA-JR. 5'11.25" 169 C
ITL C KOVALYOV ANTON OMSK 2 RUSSIA-JR. 5'10.0" 172 LW
ITL C BUINITSKY DMITRY SHINNIK 2 RUSSIA-JR. 6'0.0" 170 RW
ITL B DERGACHYOV ALEXANDER SKA ST. PETERSBURG 2 RUSSIA-JR. 6'4.0" 200 RW
ITL B RYKOV YEGOR SKA ST. PETERSBURG 2 RUSSIA-JR. 6'1.25" 216 D
ITL B VOLKOV ALEXANDER SKA ST. PETERSBURG 2 RUSSIA-JR. 6'0.5" 189 RW
ITL B GURYANOV DENIS TOGLIATTI 2 RUSSIA-JR. 6'2.5" 183 RW
ITL B YURTAIKIN DANIL YAROSLAVL 2 RUSSIA-JR. 6'0.0" 183 RW
ITL B CERNAK ERIK KOSICE SLOVAKIA 6'3.0" 192 D
ITL C VADOVIC ANDREJ SLOVAKIA U20 SLOVAKIA 6'1.25" 187 D
ITL C BONDRA RADOVAN SLOVAKIA U18 SLOVAKIA-2 6'5.25" 220 RW
ITL C CIBULKA VLADIMIR SLOVAKIA U18 SLOVAKIA-2 5'11.0" 160 G
ITL C HATALA ANDREJ SLOVAKIA U18 SLOVAKIA-2 5'11.0" 187 D
ITL C HORVATH PETER SLOVAKIA U18 SLOVAKIA-2 5'11.0" 160 LW
ITL C HUSKA ADAM SLOVAKIA U18 SLOVAKIA-2 6'3.25" 189 G
ITL C SADECKY BORIS SLOVAKIA U18 SLOVAKIA-2 6'0.0" 185 C
ITL C THEMAR ADAM SLOVAKIA U18 SLOVAKIA-2 6'3.0" 202 D
ITL C VALENT PETER SLOVAKIA U18 SLOVAKIA-2 5'11.0" 183 LW
ITL A LOOKE JENS BRYNAS SWEDEN 6'0.5" 180 RW
ITL C BRODECKI ADAM BRYNAS SWEDEN 5'11.0" 167 LW
ITL A KYLINGTON OLIVER FARJESTAD SWEDEN 6'0.0" 180 D
ITL C PILUT LAWRENCE HV 71 SWEDEN 5'11.0" 165 D
ITL B AHO SEBASTIAN SKELLEFTEA SWEDEN 5'9.25" 165 D
ITL C JOHANSSON MIKAEL VAXJO SWEDEN 6'3.0" 211 RW
ITL C KOVACS ROBIN AIK SWEDEN-2 5'11.75" 167 RW
ITL C BENGTSSON LUKAS MORA SWEDEN-2 5'11.0" 180 D
ITL A SANDSTROM FELIX BRYNAS JR. SWEDEN-JR. 6'2.0" 191 G
ITL C CARLSSON LUCAS BRYNAS JR. SWEDEN-JR. 6'0.0" 180 D
ITL C OLUND LINUS BRYNAS JR. SWEDEN-JR. 5'11.25" 178 C
ITL C DAVIDSSON JONATHAN DJURGARDEN JR. SWEDEN-JR. 5'10.0" 174 LW
ITL C VEJDEMO LUKAS DJURGARDEN JR. SWEDEN-JR. 6'2.0" 194 C
ITL B EK ERIKSSON JOEL FARJESTAD JR. SWEDEN-JR. 6'1.75" 180 C
ITL B WERNER ADAM FARJESTAD JR. SWEDEN-JR. 6'4.75" 185 G
ITL C LEANDERSSON ALEXANDER FARJESTAD JR. SWEDEN-JR. 6'3.0" 205 D
ITL C NEUBAUER HENRIK FARJESTAD JR. SWEDEN-JR. 6'0.0" 185 RW
ITL A LARSSON JACOB FROLUNDA JR. SWEDEN-JR. 6'2.0" 191 D
ITL C DAHLSTROM JOHN FROLUNDA JR. SWEDEN-JR. 5'11.75" 189 C
ITL C ERIXON OLIVER FROLUNDA JR. SWEDEN-JR. 5'10.0" 174 C
ITL B AHL FILIP HV 71 JR. SWEDEN-JR. 6'3.25" 211 LW
ITL B STENLUND KEVIN HV 71 JR. SWEDEN-JR. 6'1.0" 180 C
ITL C YOUNAN ALEXANDER HV 71 JR. SWEDEN-JR. 6'0.75" 189 D
ITL C FORSBERG FREDRIK LEKSAND JR. SWEDEN-JR. 5'11.0" 161 C
ITL C HEDBERG FILIP LEKSAND JR. SWEDEN-JR. 6'0.0" 167 D
ITL B CARLSSON GABRIEL LINKOPING JR. SWEDEN-JR. 6'4.0" 183 D
ITL C VAN POTTELBERGHE JOREN LINKOPING JR. SWEDEN-JR. 6'2.5" 187 G
ITL C RIAT DAMIEN MALMO JR. SWEDEN-JR. 5'11.75" 165 LW
ITL B LINDGREN JESPER MODO JR. SWEDEN-JR. 6'0.0" 161 D
ITL C ALBA EMIL MODO JR. SWEDEN-JR. 6'1.0" 189 LW
ITL C EKESTAHL JONSSON LUKAS MODO JR. SWEDEN-JR. 6'0.0" 163 D
ITL C LEMAN JONATHAN MODO JR. SWEDEN-JR. 6'0.5" 185 D
ITL C MUZITO BAGENDA DANIEL MODO JR. SWEDEN-JR. 6'1.0" 198 RW
ITL C OLSSON MARKUS MODO JR. SWEDEN-JR. 6'2.0" 165 G
ITL C ULLMAN ERIK MODO JR. SWEDEN-JR. 6'0.0" 169 D
ITL C ANDERBERG ALEXANDER OREBRO JR. SWEDEN-JR. 6'2.0" 212 D
ITL C LAZ VICTOR ROGLE JR. SWEDEN-JR. 5'11.0" 167 C
ITL C MAGNUSSON PHILIP ROGLE JR. SWEDEN-JR. 5'11.75" 187 LW
ITL C OLHAVER GUSTAV ROGLE JR. SWEDEN-JR. 6'6.0" 213 C
ITL C HAUDUM LUKAS SODERTALJE U18 SWEDEN-JR. U18 5'11.0" 161 RW
ITL C HISCHIER LUCA BERN SWISS 6'1.5" 191 C
ITL B MALGIN DENIS ZURICH SWISS 5'8.0" 163 C
ITL B SIEGENTHALER JONAS ZURICH SWISS 6'2.5" 220 D
ITL B KARRER ROGER GCK ZURICH SWISS-2 5'11.25" 172 D
ITL C BURREN YANIK BERN JR. SWISS-JR. 5'11.25" 172 D
ITL C MEYER DARIO BERN JR. SWISS-JR. 6'0.0" 176 RW
ITL C IMPOSE AUGUSTE GENEVE JR. SWISS-JR. 5'9.75" 180 C
ITL C HABERSTICH FABIAN LANGNAU JR. SWISS-JR. 6'0.0" 213 C
ITL C FONTANA COLIN LUGANO JR. SWISS-JR. 6' 7.5" 182 D
ITL C HAUSSENER TIMO RAPPERSWIL JR. SWISS-JR. 6'4.0" 176 C
ITL C THURKAUF CALVIN ZUG JR. SWISS-JR. 6'0.75" 198 C
ITL C DIEM DOMINIK ZURICH JR. SWISS-JR. 5'10.5" 163 C

Medicine Hat 7 Kootenay 3

From Chris Wahl ... http://www.kootenayice.net/article/tigers-snap-ice-streak

Trevor Cox scored a hat-trick as the Medicine Hat Tigers defeated the Kootenay ICE 7-3 Wednesday at Western Financial Place in Cranbrook.

The first-place Tigers snapped Kootenay's five-game losing streak, despite the hosts receiving three-point efforts from both Sam Reinhart and Tim Bozon.

Medicine Hat jumped out to a 2-0 lead after 20 minutes on goals from defenseman Tommy Vannelli and forward Blake Penner, though it was the ICE who held an 11-8 shot advantage through the opening frame.

Cox scored his first goal of the evening 41 seconds into period two, and after a Chad Labelle marker at the 7:17 mark prompted a Kootenay goaltending change, Cox added a second goal off a turnover in the ICE zone with 30 seconds left in the period, giving the Tigers a 5-0 lead through 40 minutes.

Kootenay solved Medicine Hat goaltender Marek Langhamer just before the five-minute mark of the third period when on a power-play, Jaedon Descheneau put home his team-leading tenth goal of the season. The Tigers answered back less than a minute later through first-year forward Mason Shaw to extend their lead to 6-1.

ICE forward Tim Bozon and Sam Reinhart cut into the deficit with goals 3:01 apart in the second half of the third period, but Cox would round out the scoring seconds after Reinhart's goal, completing his hat-trick in the process.

Langhamer made 35 saves to record the victory in goal for Medicine Hat, while ICE goaltenders Wyatt Hoflin and Keelan Williams split duties Wednesday.

Reinhart's two assists vault him into a tie with Jarret Stoll for the franchise lead in career regular-season helpers. Both players have recorded 162 assists.

UP NEXT: the ICE play three games in as many days this weekend, beginning with a matchup against the Lethbridge Hurricanes Friday night. Game time is 7:00 at Western Financial Place.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

ICE Game Notes

ICE CHIPS: The KOOTENAY ICE enter tonight's action with a 8-13-0-0 record (6-4-0-0 at home, 2-9-0-0 on the road, 3-0 in overtime, 1-0 in shootouts)...Following tonight's contest the ICE, winners of five consecutive games, will play three times in as many nights beginning with a home date versus LETHBRIDGE November 21.

ROSTER BREAKDOWN: KOOTENAY is currently carrying 23 players (two goaltenders, seven defensemen and 14 forwards)...The ICE roster is made up of three 1994-born players, nine 1995-born players, four 1996-born players, five 1997-born players, and two 1998-born players...KOOTENAY has seven first-year players on its roster.

DID YOU KNOW: KOOTENAY holds a 63-38-9-1 lifetime record versus MEDICINE HAT (38-14-4-1 at home, 25-24-5-0 on the road, 5-6-6 in overtime)...Tonight's game marks the first of seven meetings this season between the ICE and TIGERS, with the two sides slated to meet again in MEDICINE HAT November 22...Forward SAM REINHART has been named the DENNY'S WHL PLAYER OF THE WEEK for the week ending November 16...REINHART recorded seven points (1-6-7) in two games, and surpassed STEVE DASILVA for fourth in KOOTENAY ICE franchise history in career goals scored (104) with his goal November 15 at LETHBRIDGE...REINHART is two assists (160) behind JARRET STOLL (162) for the ICE franchise lead in career regular season assists...KOOTENAY improved its 2014-15 overtime and shootout record to 4-0 November 14 versus CALGARY, marking the first time in ICE franchise history in which the club has won its first four overtime or shootout games...Forward LUKE PHILP became the 25th player in KOOTENAY ICE franchise history to record ten or more regular season game-winning goals with his tally November 15 against the HURRICANES...PHILP matched a career high with four points (2-2-4) November 14 versus CALGARY...Goaltender WYATT HOFLIN surpassed 3,000 career regular season minutes played November 15 at LETHBRIDGE...Defenseman CALE FLEURY celebrates his 16th birthday today.

INJURIES: Forward JON MARTIN will be out of the KOOTENAY lineup one week with an upper body injury...Forward KYLE O'CONNOR will be out of the ICE lineup one to two weeks with a lower body injury...Forward LEVI CABLE will be out of the KOOTENAY lineup one to two weeks with a lower body injury...Defenseman TANNER FAITH will be out of the ICE lineup one to three weeks with an upper body injury.

ONE YEAR AGO: After 21 games of the 2013-14 season the ICE were 11-8-2-0, after 22 games 11-9-2-0 and after 23 games 11-10-2-0.

DRAFTED PLAYERS: SAM REINHART - Buffalo Sabres (1st Round, 2014 NHL Draft), TIM BOZON - Montreal Canadiens (3rd Round, 2012 NHL Draft), RINAT VALIEV - Toronto Maple Leafs (3rd Round, 2014 NHL Draft), JAEDON DESCHENEAU - St. Louis Blues (5th Round, 2014 NHL Draft), TANNER FAITH – Minnesota Wild (5th Round, 2014 NHL Draft).

TONIGHT’S OFFICIALS: The Referees for tonight’s game are FRASER LAWRENCE and COLIN WATT...The Linesmen are MICHAEL BOISVERT and JUSTIN SLIMM.

Monday, November 17, 2014

Weekly ICE Report

ICE CHIPS: The KOOTENAY ICE enter this week's action with an 8-13-0-0 record (6-4-0-0 at home, 2-9-0-0 on the road, 3-0 in overtime, 1-0 in shootouts) and in fifth place in the CENTRAL DIVISION...KOOTENAY, winners of five consecutive games, plays four contests in five nights this week including three home dates.

FAMILY SUNDAYS: Bring the whole family to a KOOTENAY ICE game with our new FAMILY SUNDAY offer...At each Sunday regular season home game, fans can purchase four tickets, four regular soft drinks, and four concession food items (hot dog, pizza slice or small popcorn) for $52.00...Children under 12 can also eat for free from the COYOTE JACK'S RESTAURANT Kid's Menu on FAMILY SUNDAYS when dining with parents...The first FAMILY SUNDAY of the season is November 23 when the ICE host MOOSE JAW... For more information, contact the ICE office at 250-417-0322.

MOVEMBER: The ICE along with the CANADIAN HOCKEY LEAGUE are growing moustaches to raise money for PROSTATE AND TESTICULAR CANCER as well as MENTAL HEALTH CHALLENGES...Fans can donate to the cause by visiting www.movember.com and searching KOOTENAY ICE...Last year, the ICE and 38 other CHL clubs raised over $157,000...Follow the ICE Twitter and Facebook accounts for updates all month long.

SUPER SEVEN FLEX PAKS: SUPER SEVEN FLEX PAKS are now available to purchase at the ICE Office…You get seven game certificates to use at your convenience – total flexibility...Adult FLEX PAKS are $140.00, Seniors $112.00, Students $98.00 and Youth $70.00.

PEPSI KIDS CLUB: Memberships for the PEPSI KOOTENAY ICE KIDS CLUB are now on sale...For only $17.00, kids aged five to 12 receive an official membership card, gift, and punch card enabling them to attend up to eight ICE home games for only $5.00 per game...KIDS CLUB members also receive exclusive access to three events (Skate with the ICE, Tobogganing with the ICE, Movie with the ICE) this season.

ROSTER UPDATE: KOOTENAY is currently carrying 23 players (two goaltenders, seven defensemen and 14 forwards)...The ICE roster is made up of three 1994-born players, nine 1995-born players, four 1996-born players, five 1997-born players, and two 1998-born players...KOOTENAY has seven first-year players on its roster.

DID YOU KNOW: Forward SAM REINHART has been named the DENNY'S WHL PLAYER OF THE WEEK for the week ending November 16...REINHART recorded seven points (1-6-7) in two games, and surpassed STEVE DASILVA for fourth in KOOTENAY ICE franchise history in career goals scored (104) with his goal November 15 at LETHBRIDGE...REINHART is two assists (160) behind JARRET STOLL (162) for the ICE franchise lead in career regular season assists...KOOTENAY improved its 2014-15 overtime and shootout record to 4-0 November 14 versus CALGARY, marking the first time in ICE franchise history in which the club has won its first four overtime or shootout games...Forward LUKE PHILP became the 25th player in KOOTENAY ICE franchise history to record ten or more regular season game-winning goals with his tally November 15 against the HURRICANES...PHILP matched a career high with four points (2-2-4) November 14 versus CALGARY...Former ICE forward ADAM CRACKNELL recorded his first point (assist) with the COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS November 15 versus SAN JOSE.

INJURIES: Forward JON MARTIN will be out of the KOOTENAY lineup one week with an upper body injury...Forward KYLE O'CONNOR will be out of the ICE lineup one to two weeks with a lower body injury...Forward LEVI CABLE will be out of the KOOTENAY lineup one to two weeks with a lower body injury...Defenseman TANNER FAITH will be out of the ICE lineup one to three weeks with an upper body injury.

ONE YEAR AGO: After 21 games of the 2013-14 season the ICE were 11-8-2-0, after 22 games 11-9-2-0 and after 23 games 11-10-2-0.

UPCOMING WEEK:
Monday, November 17 Practice 3:45 – 5:45 pm Western Financial Place
Tuesday, November 18 Practice 3:45 – 5:45 pm Western Financial Place
Wednesday, November 19 ICE vs. Medicine Hat 7:00 pm (102.9 FM – The Drive)
Thursday, November 20 Practice 3:45 – 5:45 pm Western Financial Place
Friday, November 21 ICE vs. Lethbridge 7:00 pm (102.9 FM – The Drive)
Saturday, November 22 ICE at Medicine Hat 7:30 pm (102.9 FM – The Drive)
Sunday, November 23 ICE vs. Moose Jaw 6:00 pm (102.9 FM – The Drive)

WEEK IN REVIEW:
Friday, November 14 – Kootenay 7 vs. Calgary 6 (OT) – Record 7-13-0-0 – Attendance: 2,329
Goals:
1 - Philp (7) from Reinhart and Bozon
2 - Descheneau (9) from Philp and Vetterl
3 - Loschiavo (3) from Murray and Chynoweth
4 - King (1) from Zborosky
5 - Zborosky (5) from Reinhart and King
6 - Bozon (3) from Reinhart and Philp (SH)
7 - Philp (8) from Reinhart and Valiev
Goaltender: Wyatt Hoflin (32 Saves, 6 GA)

Saturday, November 15 – Kootenay 4 at Lethbridge 2 – Record 8-13-0-0 – Attendance: 3,111
Goals:
1 - Zborosky (6) from Reinhart
2 - Reinhart (3) from Descheneau and King
3 - Philp (9) from Reinhart and Valiev (PP)
4 - Beattie (2) from Chynoweth
Goaltender: Wyatt Hoflin (20 Saves, 2 GA)

Reinhart Player Of the Week

The Western Hockey League announced that Kootenay ICE forward Sam Reinhart is the WHL Player of the Week for the week ending November 16, 2014.

Reinhart netted seven points, including a goal and six assists, while posting a +4 rating in two games over the past week, leading the ICE to a pair of wins in that span.

On Friday, November 14th, Reinhart recorded four assists, including setting up the tying and game-winning goals, in a 7-6 overtime victory over the visiting Calgary Hitmen. On Saturday, November 15th, Reinhart scored and set up two more for a three-point outing while being named the game’s 1st Star in a 4-2 road win over the Lethbridge Hurricanes.

Reinhart, a 19-year-old from Vancouver, B.C., is in his fourth season in the WHL with the Kootenay ICE. The 6’1”, 190-lb center has three goals and 10 points through four games since returning to the ICE after beginning the season in the NHL with the Buffalo Sabres. The 2013-14 WHL Player of the Year and Sportsman of the Year, Reinhart has amassed 104 goals and 264 points in 207 career regular season contests. Reinhart was selected by the Sabres with the second overall pick in the 2014 NHL Draft.

The WHL has also nominated Rylan Toth of the Red Deer Rebels for the CHL Goaltender of the Week award. An 18-year-old from Saskatoon, SK, Toth appeared in two games over the past week, posting a 2-0-0-0 record while allowing just three goals on 50 shots for a 1.50 goals-against average and a .940 save percentage in that span. On Friday, November 14th, Toth stopped 19 of 20 shots he faced and was named the game’s 3rd Star in a 4-1 victory over the visiting Lethbridge Hurricanes. On Saturday, November 15th, Toth turned aside 28 of 30 shots for his 10th win of the season as the Rebels downed the visiting Saskatoon Blades 5-2. Toth is in his first season in the WHL with the Rebels. The 6’1”, 201-lb netminder has posted a 10-5-2-1 record through 19 games this season. Toth is eligible for the 2015 NHL Draft.

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Kootenay 4 Lethbridge 2

From Chris Wahl ... http://www.kootenayice.net/article/ice-run-winning-streak-to-five
Luke Philp's power-play marker 11 minutes into the second period held up as the game winner as the Kootenay ICE defeated the Lethbridge Hurricanes 4-2 Saturday at Enmax Centre.

Sam Reinhart finished with three points as the ICE rode three second-period goals to improve its winning streak to five games.

The ICE opened the scoring with just over five minutes left in the first period thanks to Zak Zborosky. The Regina native finished off a setup from Reinhart for his second goal in as many games, and sixth goal of the season as Kootenay took a 1-0 lead into the first intermission.

The teams traded breakaway goals in quick succession in the second period. Lethbridge tied the game at 1-1 on Jamal Watson's ninth goal of the season at 3:56.

Less than three minutes later the ICE reclaimed the lead when Reinhart was sprung in alone on Hurricanes goaltender Zac Robidoux by linemate Jaedon Descheneau. The Kootenay captain made no mistake, scoring his third goal of the season with a hard wrister.

The ICE enjoyed their first power-play of the game shortly after the midway mark of period two, and capitalized quickly. Just 12 seconds into the man advantage, Philp rifled a slapshot past Robidoux to increase the Kootenay lead to 3-1.

River Beattie rounded out the second period scoring with 41 seconds remaining, jamming home a loose puck from in front of Robidoux's goal.

Lethbridge forward Tyler Wong scored the only goal of period three, slapping a power-play marker past ICE goaltender Wyatt Hoflin with 2:56 left in regulation time.

Hoflin made 20 saves to record the win, and in doing so surpassed 3,000 career regular season minutes played with Kootenay. The 22 shots allowed by the ICE matched a season-low.

Reinhart moved to within two assists of Jarret Stoll for the all-time franchise lead. Stoll recorded 162 helpers during his time with the Kootenay franchise.

UP NEXT: The ICE will play three of the next four games on home ice, beginning with a matchup against the Medicine Hat Tigers Wednesday, November 19th. Game time is 7:00 pm at Western Financial Place.

Saturday, November 15, 2014

ICE Game Notes

ICE CHIPS: The KOOTENAY ICE enter tonight's action with a 7-13-0-0 record (6-4-0-0 at home, 1-9-0-0 on the road, 3-0 in overtime, 1-0 in shootouts)...KOOTENAY has won its last four games…After tonight's game, the ICE return home for a three-game home stand beginning November 19 versus MEDICINE HAT.

ROSTER BREAKDOWN: KOOTENAY is currently carrying 23 players (two goaltenders, seven defensemen and 14 forwards)...The ICE roster is made up of three 1994-born players, nine 1995-born players, four 1996-born players, five 1997-born players, and two 1998-born players...KOOTENAY has seven first-year players on its roster.

DID YOU KNOW: KOOTENAY holds a 68-41-13-4 lifetime record versus LETHBRIDGE (41-16-6-2 at home, 27-25-7-2 on the road, 8-12-6 in overtime)...Tonight's game marks the second of seven meetings this season between the ICE and HURRICANES, KOOTENAY holds a 1-0 record in the season series...Forward SAM REINHART captained TEAM WHL at the 2014 SUBWAY SUPER SERIES in SASKATOON November 10 and BRANDON November 11, recording one assist...Forward JAEDON DESCHENEAU also represented the ICE with TEAM WHL while Defenseman RINAT VALIEV dressed for TEAM RUSSIA...REINHART is tied with STEVE DASILVA for fourth in career goals scored (103) with the KOOTENAY franchise...REINHART is four assists (158) behind JARRET STOLL (162) for the ICE franchise lead in career regular season assists...KOOTENAY improved its 2014-15 overtime and shootout record to 4-0 November 14 versus CALGARY, marking the first time in ICE franchise history in which the club has won its first four overtime or shootout games…Forward TIM BOZON scored his first short-handed goal with KOOTENAY November 14 against the HITMEN…Defenseman TYLER KING was a career high plus-four November 14 versus CALGARY.

INJURIES: Forward KYLE O'CONNOR will be out of the KOOTENAY lineup one to two weeks with a lower body injury...Forward JON MARTIN will be out of the ICE lineup one to two weeks with an upper body injury...Forward LEVI CABLE will be out of the KOOTENAY lineup two to three weeks with a lower body injury...Defenseman TANNER FAITH will be out of the ICE lineup two to four weeks with an upper body injury.

ONE YEAR AGO: After 20 games of the 2013-14 season the ICE were 10-8-2-0, after 21 games 11-8-2-0 and after 22 games 11-9-2-0.

DRAFTED PLAYERS: SAM REINHART - Buffalo Sabres (1st Round, 2014 NHL Draft), TIM BOZON - Montreal Canadiens (3rd Round, 2012 NHL Draft), RINAT VALIEV - Toronto Maple Leafs (3rd Round, 2014 NHL Draft), JAEDON DESCHENEAU - St. Louis Blues (5th Round, 2014 NHL Draft), TANNER FAITH – Minnesota Wild (5th Round, 2014 NHL Draft).

Kootenay 7 Calgary 6 OT

From Chris Wahl ... http://www.kootenayice.net/article/ice-edge-hitmen-in-overtime-thriller

Luke Philp's goal 14 seconds from the end of overtime helped the Kootenay ICE slip past the Calgary Hitmen 7-6 in Cranbrook Friday.

Philp finished with two goals on the night, while linemate Tim Bozon forced extra time for the home side with a short-handed marker 68 seconds from the end of the third period as Kootenay extended its winning streak to four games.

The ICE were forced to overcome deficits on multiple occasions Friday, including in the first period when the Hitmen jumped out to a 2-0 lead on a breakaway tally from Jake Virtanen and deflection goal from Taylor Sanheim.

But Kootenay closed the gap to one goal before the end of the opening frame thanks to Philp, who was one of five ICE players to finish with a multi-point night.

Kootenay equalized just shy of the four-minute mark of period two when Jaedon Descheneau rifled a hard wrist shot past Calgary goaltender Mack Shields. The ICE then took the lead at 12:16 thanks to Vince Loschiavo, who potted his third goal of the year.

The see-saw affair continued through the remainder of the second period, first on a short-handed goal from Chase Lang that tied the game at 3-3 before Tyler King and Adam Tambellini exchanged goals 2:11 apart in the late stages of the frame.

The Hitmen then took the first of their two third period leads on a goal from import forward Radel Fazleev, but Kootenay again tied the game through Zak Zborosky just over three minutes later.

Sanheim recorded his second goal of the game with 7:56 remaining in regulation time, caroming a shot through ICE goaltender Wyatt Hoflin from behind the goalline to give Calgary a 6-5 lead.

Kootenay continued to press, and moments after being thwarted on a glorious stop by Hitmen replacement goaltender Evan Johnson, ICE forward Tim Bozon wristed home a short-handed goal of his own from the left-wing circle to tie the score at 6-6 with 1:08 left to play.

Following Bozon's equalizer, Kootenay was forced to extinguish a 50 second five-on-three, with Hoflin standing tall in the final seconds of the period to force overtime.

With time winding down in the five minute extra period, the ICE found their game-winner, as Reinhart set up Philp in the right-wing circle for a wrist shot that eluded Johnson and banked into the net off the left post.

Hoflin made 32 saves to record the win in goal for Kootenay, while Johnson stopped 13 of 17 shots after coming on in relief of Shields after Loschiavo's second-period goal.

Friday's win marks the first time in ICE franchise history in which the team has collected victories in each of its first four overtime or shootout games.

With his four-assist performance, ICE forward Sam Reinhart moved to within four helpers of all-time franchise leader Jarret Stoll, who recorded 162 assists during his tenure with the club.

UP NEXT: The ICE hit the road Saturday for a visit with the Lethbridge Hurricanes. Game time is 7:00 pm.

Friday, November 14, 2014

ICE Game Notes

ICE CHIPS: The KOOTENAY ICE enter tonight's action with a 6-13-0-0 record (5-4-0-0 at home, 1-9-0-0 on the road, 2-0 in overtime, 1-0 in shootouts)...After tonight's game, the ICE visits LETHBRIDGE November 15 before returning home to host MEDICINE HAT November 19.

ROSTER BREAKDOWN: KOOTENAY is currently carrying 23 players (two goaltenders, seven defensemen and 14 forwards)...The ICE roster is made up of three 1994-born players, nine 1995-born players, four 1996-born players, five 1997-born players, and two 1998-born players...KOOTENAY has seven first-year players on its roster.

DID YOU KNOW: KOOTENAY holds a 62-60-13-4 lifetime record versus CALGARY (39-28-4-1 at home, 23-32-9-3 on the road, 4-9-8 in overtime)...Tonight's game marks the third of seven meetings this season between the ICE and HITMEN...CALGARY leads the season series 2-0...Forward SAM REINHART captained TEAM WHL at the 2014 SUBWAY SUPER SERIES in SASKATOON November 10 and BRANDON November 11, recording one assist...Forward JAEDON DESCHENEAU also represented the ICE with TEAM WHL while Defenseman RINAT VALIEV dressed for TEAM RUSSIA...REINHART is tied with STEVE DASILVA for fourth in career goals scored (103) with the KOOTENAY franchise...REINHART is eight assists (154) behind JARRET STOLL (162) for the ICE franchise lead in career regular season assists...Forward AUSTIN VETTERL made his 150th regular season appearance in an ICE uniform November 8 versus SWIFT CURRENT... KOOTENAY improved its all-time record in shootouts to 37-28 November 8 against the BRONCOS...DUSTIN SYLVESTER holds the ICE team record for shootout winning goals with five.

INJURIES: Forward KYLE O'CONNOR will be out of the KOOTENAY lineup one to two weeks with a lower body injury...Forward JON MARTIN will be out of the ICE lineup one to two weeks with an upper body injury...Forward LEVI CABLE will be out of the KOOTENAY lineup two to three weeks with a lower body injury...Defenseman TANNER FAITH will be out of the ICE lineup two to four weeks with an upper body injury.

ONE YEAR AGO: After 19 games of the 2013-14 season the ICE were 9-8-2-0, after 20 games 10-8-2-0 and after 21 games 11-8-2-0.

DRAFTED PLAYERS: SAM REINHART - Buffalo Sabres (1st Round, 2014 NHL Draft), TIM BOZON - Montreal Canadiens (3rd Round, 2012 NHL Draft), RINAT VALIEV - Toronto Maple Leafs (3rd Round, 2014 NHL Draft), JAEDON DESCHENEAU - St. Louis Blues (5th Round, 2014 NHL Draft), TANNER FAITH – Minnesota Wild (5th Round, 2014 NHL Draft).

TONIGHT’S OFFICIALS: The Referees for tonight’s game are JASON CRAMER and BRETT IVERSON...The Linesmen are AIDAN HENDERSON and TYLER JENSEN.

Monday, November 10, 2014

ICE Weekly Report

ICE CHIPS: The KOOTENAY ICE enter this week's action with a 6-13-0-0 record (5-4-0-0 at home, 1-9-0-0 on the road, 2-0 in overtime, 1-0 in shootouts) and in sixth place in the CENTRAL DIVISION...KOOTENAY, currently on a three-game winning streak, wraps up its six-game home stand November 14 versus CALGARY before visiting LETHBRIDGE November 15.

FAMILY SUNDAYS: Bring the whole family to a KOOTENAY ICE game with our new FAMILY SUNDAY offer...At each Sunday regular season home game, fans can purchase four tickets, four regular soft drinks, and four concession food items (hot dog, pizza slice or small popcorn) for $52.00...Children under 12 can also eat for free from the COYOTE JACK'S RESTAURANT Kid's Menu on FAMILY SUNDAYS when dining with parents...The first FAMILY SUNDAY of the season is November 23 when the ICE host MOOSE JAW... For more information, contact the ICE office at 250-417-0322.

MOVEMBER: The ICE along with the CANADIAN HOCKEY LEAGUE are growing moustaches to raise money for PROSTATE AND TESTICULAR CANCER as well as MENTAL HEALTH CHALLENGES...Fans can donate to the cause by visiting www.movember.com and searching KOOTENAY ICE...Last year, the ICE and 38 other CHL clubs raised over $157,000...Follow the ICE Twitter and Facebook accounts for updates all month long.

SUPER SEVEN FLEX PAKS: SUPER SEVEN FLEX PAKS are now available to purchase at the ICE Office…You get seven game certificates to use at your convenience – total flexibility...Adult FLEX PAKS are $140.00, Seniors $112.00, Students $98.00 and Youth $70.00.

PEPSI KIDS CLUB: Memberships for the PEPSI KOOTENAY ICE KIDS CLUB are now on sale...For only $17.00, kids aged five to 12 receive an official membership card, gift, and punch card enabling them to attend up to eight ICE home games for only $5.00 per game...KIDS CLUB members also receive exclusive access to three events (Skate with the ICE, Tobogganing with the ICE, Movie with the ICE) this season.

ROSTER UPDATE: KOOTENAY is currently carrying 23 players (two goaltenders, seven defensemen and 14 forwards)...The ICE roster is made up of three 1994-born players, nine 1995-born players, four 1996-born players, five 1997-born players, and two 1998-born players...KOOTENAY has seven first-year players on its roster.

DID YOU KNOW: Forward SAM REINHART is tied with STEVE DASILVA for fourth in franchise history in career goals scored with 103...REINHART is eight assists (154) behind JARRET STOLL (162) for the ICE franchise lead in career regular season assists...REINHART will serve as captain of TEAM WHL for the SUBWAY SUPER SERIES November 10 in SASKATOON and November 11 in BRANDON...Forward JAEDON DESCHENEAU will also represent KOOTENAY on TEAM WHL while Defenseman RINAT VALIEV will skate for TEAM RUSSIA...KOOTENAY improved its all-time record in shootouts to 37-28 November 8 against the BRONCOS...DUSTIN SYLVESTER holds the ICE team record for shootout winning goals with five.

TRANSACTION / INJURIES: KOOTENAY has reassigned Forward JARED LEGIEN (September 2, 1998) to the MOOSE JAW GENERALS of the SASKATCHEWAN MIDGET HOCKEY LEAGUE...Forward JON MARTIN will be out of the ICE lineup one to two weeks with an upper body injury...Defenseman TANNER FAITH will be out of the KOOTENAY lineup two to four weeks with an upper body injury.

ONE YEAR AGO: After 19 games of the 2013-14 season the ICE were 9-8-2-0, after 20 games 10-8-2-0 and after 21 games 11-8-2-0.

UPCOMING WEEK:
Monday, November 10 Practice 2:30 – 4:30 pm Western Financial Place
Wednesday, November 12 Practice 3:45 – 5:45 pm Western Financial Place
Thursday, November 13 Practice 3:45 – 5:45 pm Western Financial Place
Friday, November 14 ICE vs. Calgary 7:00 pm (102.9 FM – The Drive)
Saturday, November 15 ICE at Lethbridge 7:00 pm (102.9 FM – The Drive)

WEEK IN REVIEW:
Friday, November 7 – Kootenay 4 vs. Edmonton 3 – Record 5-13-0-0 – Attendance: 2,307
Goals:
1 - Reinhart (1) from Valiev and Murray
2 - Reinhart (2) from Bozon and Valiev (PP)
3 - Bozon (1) from Overdyk and Valiev
4 - Vetterl (2) from Zborosky and Loschiavo (PP)
Goaltender: Wyatt Hoflin (19 Saves, 3 GA)

Saturday, November 8 – Kootenay 3 vs. Swift Current 2 (SO) – Record 6-13-0-0 – Attendance: 2,243
Goals:
1 - Philp (6) from Descheneau and Murray
2 - Bozon (2) from Reinhart and Zborosky
Goaltender: Wyatt Hoflin (27 Saves, 2 GA)

Sunday, November 9, 2014

Kootenay 3 Swift Current 2 SO

From Chris Wahl ... http://www.kootenayice.net/article/ice-slip-past-broncos-in-shootout

Luke Philp and Jaedon Descheneau each scored shootout goals to lift the Kootenay ICE to a 3-2 victory over the Swift Current Broncos in Cranbrook Saturday.

Descheneau's quick wrist shot in the fifth round of the shootout eluded Bronco goaltender Landon Bow as the ICE won its third consecutive game.

Philp and Descheneau combined on the game's opening goal 11:12 into the first period, as Descheneau set up his linemate in the Broncos slot. Philp wired a snapshot past Bow's right arm from between the faceoff circles for his sixth goal of the season.

Swift Current leveled the score just over two and a half minutes later, as overage forward Coda Gordon snuck a low shot through ICE goaltender Wyatt Hoflin's pads after driving hard to the net from the right wing.

Kootenay reclaimed a one-goal lead early in period two thanks to Tim Bozon, who lifted a hard wrist shot into the top corner of the net from just outside the crease. The goal was initially waved off before video replay confirmed the puck had crossed the goalline.

Bow stopped 14 ICE shots he faced in the second period, as Kootenay outshot the Broncos 15-5 in the frame.

Swift Current, fresh off a three-goal comeback in Lethbridge Friday, again put themselves on level terms on an early third-period power-play thanks to a shot from Colby Cave from the slot.

Neither side was able to find a go-ahead marker through the remainder of the third period or overtime, with the ICE coming closest in extra time on a chance from the left-wing circle that forced Bow into a diving, desperation save with the paddle of his stick.

Swift Current scored first in the shootout through Coda Gordon, but Kootenay replied thanks to Philp in the third round on a similar goal to the one he scored in the first period.

Descheneau's goal put the ICE, who shot first in the shootout, ahead 2-1 in the fifth round. Broncos forward Carter Rigby then fired a puck over Hoflin's crossbar, sealing the visitors' fate.

Hoflin made 27 saves in goal for Kootenay, while Bow stopped 30 of 32 shots for Swift Current.

The ICE improved their overtime and shootout record to 3-0-0 this season with Saturday's victory.

UP NEXT: Kootenay's six-game home stand comes to a close Friday, November 14th against the Calgary Hitmen. Game time is 7:00 pm.

Saturday, November 8, 2014

ICE Game Notes

ICE CHIPS: The KOOTENAY ICE enter tonight's action with a 5-13-0-0 record (4-4-0-0 at home, 1-9-0-0 on the road, 2-0-0 in overtime)...After tonight's game, the ICE completes its six-game home stand November 14 versus CALGARY.

ROSTER BREAKDOWN: KOOTENAY is currently carrying 24 players (two goaltenders, seven defensemen and 15 forwards)...The ICE roster is made up of three 1994-born players, nine 1995-born players, four 1996-born players, five 1997-born players, and three 1998-born players...KOOTENAY has eight first-year players on its roster.

2014-15 CAPTAINS: The KOOTENAY ICE have chosen captains for the 2014-15 season...For the second consecutive year, SAM REINHART will be ICE captain...LUKE PHILP and JAEDON DESCHENEAU will serve as alternate captains, while RINAT VALIEV and AUSTIN VETTERL will rotate as the third alternate captain.

DID YOU KNOW: KOOTENAY holds a 33-30-5-2 lifetime record versus SWIFT CURRENT (20-11-2-1 at home, 13-19-3-1 on the road, 4-6-2 in overtime)...Tonight's game marks the second of four meetings this season between the ICE and BRONCOS...SWIFT CURRENT leads the season series 1-0...Forward SAM REINHART has been named captain of TEAM WHL for the 2014 SUBWAY SUPER SERIES in SASKATOON November 10 and BRANDON November 11...Forward JAEDON DESCHENEAU will also represent the ICE with TEAM WHL while Defenseman RINAT VALIEV will suit up for TEAM RUSSIA...REINHART is tied with STEVEN DASILVA for fourth in career goals scored (103) with the KOOTENAY franchise after his two-goal performance November 7 versus EDMONTON...REINHART is nine assists (153) behind JARRET STOLL (162) for the ICE franchise lead in career regular season assists...VALIEV recorded three points for the second consecutive game November 7 against the OIL KINGS...Forward VINCE LOSCHIAVO recorded his first career WHL assist November 7 versus EDMONTON...DESCHENEAU scored his third career regular season overtime goal November 1 against the HURRICANES and sits one overtime goal behind MICHAEL BUSTO for the ICE franchise lead...Forward AUSTIN VETTERL is one appearance shy of 150 regular season games played with the ICE.

INJURIES: Forward KYLE O'CONNOR will be out of the KOOTENAY lineup day to day with a lower body injury...Forward JON MARTIN will be out of the ICE lineup one week with an upper body injury...Defenseman TANNER FAITH will be out of the KOOTENAY lineup indefinitely with an upper body injury.

ONE YEAR AGO: After 18 games of the 2013-14 season the ICE were 9-7-2-0, after 19 games 9-8-2-0 and after 20 games 10-8-2-0.

DRAFTED PLAYERS: SAM REINHART - Buffalo Sabres (1st Round, 2014 NHL Draft), TIM BOZON - Montreal Canadiens (3rd Round, 2012 NHL Draft), RINAT VALIEV - Toronto Maple Leafs (3rd Round, 2014 NHL Draft), JAEDON DESCHENEAU - St. Louis Blues (5th Round, 2014 NHL Draft), TANNER FAITH – Minnesota Wild (5th Round, 2014 NHL Draft).

TONIGHT’S OFFICIALS: The Referees for tonight’s game are KYLE KOWALSKI and DEREK ZALASKI...The Linesmen are CHRIS CARLSON and JARED MACKEY.

Kootenay 4 Edmonton 3

From Chris Wahl ... http://www.kootenayice.net/article/reinhart-goals-pace-ice-to-win

Sam Reinhart marked his return to the WHL with two goals as the Kootenay ICE defeated the Edmonton Oil Kings 4-3 Friday at Western Financial Place.

Reinhart scored in the first minute of the first period, and again in the first minute of the second frame as the ICE posted its second successive victory on home ice.

The Buffalo Sabres draftee opened proceedings just 32 seconds into the game, as he followed a bouncing puck into the Oil Kings zone before cutting to the front of the net and backhanding a shot past netminder Tristan Jarry.

Edmonton responded less than six minutes later, however, when Luke Bertolucci pounced on a rebound in front of the Kootenay net. The score remained level at 1-1 through 20 minutes despite the ICE holding a 21-8 advantage in shots on goal.

Kootenay started the second period on a two-man advantage and again Reinhart showed his offensive flair, firing a shot over Jarry's shoulder from the bottom of the left circle at the 21 second mark after receiving a hard cross-crease pass from linemate Tim Bozon.

Again the Oil Kings evened the score in short order, as Lane Bauer hammered a one-timer from the left point for his fourth goal of the season.

The ICE reclaimed the lead before the midway mark of period two. Bozon claimed a rebound in the slot, before juking around an Edmonton defender and wiring a wrist shot past Jarry for his first goal of the season.

Austin Vetterl put the hosts ahead 4-2 on another Kootenay power-play 3:53 into the third period, tucking home a rebound to Jarry's right.

The Oil Kings replied on a man-advantage of their own 26 seconds after Vetterl's goal through an Aaron Irving one-timer, but ICE goaltender Wyatt Hoflin stopped all five other Edmonton shots in period three to preserve the Kootenay victory.

ICE defenseman Rinat Valiev led all scorers with three assists, while Bozon and Reinhart each enjoyed multi-point nights.

Defensemen Blake Orban and Brett Pollock each had two assists for the Oil Kings.

Hoflin made 19 saves to record his second win in as many starts, while Jarry turned aside 35 of the 39 shots he faced.

UP NEXT: the ICE continues its six-game home stand with a matchup against the Swift Current Broncos Saturday. Game time is 7:00 at Western Financial Place.