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JuniorHockey.Com’s USHL Player of the Week: Jack Malone Junior Hockey News

Published: Monday, 7 Jan 2019  
By: Michael Moore


Jack Malone is this weeks’ JuniorHockey.Com’s USHL Player of the Week. The Youngstown Phantoms have been playing much better hockey of late and the results can be attributed to the fantastic play of players like Malone. Jack booked an impressive performance against the Sioux City Musketeers when he connected with Brett Murray on two occasions en route to a hat trick. Later in the game, he linked up with Murray again to return the favor and provide him with an assist. In the rematch, played on the following night, the Malone / Murray tandem fed the puck to Nikolai Jenson who then scored the game opener. The dynamic duo did it once more, only this time they worked to assist Steven Holtz notch the game winner, in overtime. 

Jack Malone (18) grew up in Madison NJ. He is a right handed forward. He spent time the past two seasons skating with the Youngstown Phantoms. Prior to playing in the USHL he played with the North Jersey Avalancheand the Delbarton School. He has committed to play for Cornell University beginning in 2019-20.

*Photo courtesy of teamusa.usahockey.com 

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Author: Michael Moore
Michael is a professional hockey scout and advisor with Victorious Hockey helping North America’s top hockey prospects fulfill their ultimate playing potential.


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