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USHL WEEKEND BREAKOUT 3/1-3/3 Junior Hockey News

Published: Monday, 4 Mar 2019  
By: Michael Moore


Scores from earlier in the week:
Wednesday, Feb. 27th
TEAM USA (U18) [11], CENTRAL ILLINOIS FLYING ACES [2]
CEDAR RAPIDS ROUGHRIDERS [5], GREEN BAY GAMBLERS [4]
Thursday, Feb. 28th
DES MOINES BUCCANEERS [4], OMAHA LANCERS [0]


Friday, Mar. 1st
TEAM USA (U18) [11], MADISON CAPITOLS [0]
Easily outmatched the Capitols fall to eleven unanswered goals from the U18’s. Team USA’s win came by way of goals from Alex Turcotte, Cole Caufield (4), Patrick Moynihan (3), Ryder Rolston¸ Domenick Fensore and Drew Helleson.
Spencer Knight stopped 21 shots in the shutout.

CHICAGO STEEL [3], DUBUQUE FIGHTING SAINTS [5]
Matteo Pietroniro and Gunnarwolfe Fontaine put Chicago on the board before Riese Garber answered with two goals for Dubuque. J.D. Greenway and Ty Jackson doubled the score for the Saints. Robert Mastrosimone closed the gap with a Steel tally before Matias Maccelli finished things off for Dubuque with one last goal.
Matthew Thiessen defended 24 of 27 shots in the win.
 
WATERLOO BLACK HAWKS [2], FARGO FORCE [0]
Emil Öhrvall and Patrick Guzzo were the only players to find the net in the Waterloo shut-out.
Evan Fear stopped all 34 pucks he faced.

TEAM USA (U17)[4], SIOUX CITY MUSKETEERS [3]
Team USA came out swinging notching the first two goals courtesy of Danny Weight and Jacob Truscott. Aaron Grounds put Sioux City on the board in the second. The U17’s Brock Faber and Muskies Bobby Brink then traded goals. Thomas Bordeleau snagged the last Team USA goal before Matthew Miller earned the last goal for Sioux City.
Noah Grannan blocked 21 of 24 in the victory.

TRI-CITY STORM [1], SIOUX FALLS STAMPEDE [4]
After a scoreless first, Austen Swankler and Sam Stevens found the net for Sioux Falls. Brendan Budy got his Storm on the board before the Stampede recorded two more goals from Ethan Phillips and Jami Krannila.
Alec Calvarusso blocked 18 of the 19 shots he faced.

CEDAR RAPIDS ROUGHRIDERS [2], CENTRAL ILLINOIS FLYING ACES [3]
The first period featured Central Illinois goals from both Joseph Dunlap and Tate Singleton. The second highlighted a pair of goals from Nate Hanley and Andrei Bakanov of Cedar Rapids. In the third, Chad Hillebrand scored the game-winner for the Aces.
Mitchell Gibson secures the win stopping 25 of 27.

LINCOLN STARS [1], OMAHA LANCERS [2]
Rhett Pitlick opened the scoring with a goal for Omaha. His teammate Grant Anderson doubled the Lancer lead. Only Matthew Barbolini managed to find the net for the Stars in their loss.
Akira Schmid stopped 24 of the 25 shots he faced.


Saturday, Mar. 2nd
MUSKEGON LUMBERJACKS [4], YOUNGSTOWN PHANTOMS [3] (SO)
Matthew Barnaby scored twice for Youngstown and Brett Murray added an additional goal. Likewise, Nolan Sullivan put two for Muskegon plus one from Bobby Lynch to keep things tied through regulation and OT. Danil Gushchin and Egor Afanasyev scored in the shutout to give the Lumberjacks the victory.
Brandon Bussi defended 32 of 35 shots

CHICAGO STEEL [5], DUBUQUE FIGHTING SAINTS [3]
Dubuque looked strong opening the game with goals from Riese Gaber and Bram Scheerer. Robert Mastrosimone snuck in a Chicago goal before Matias Maccelli earned the Saints their third. The Steel then bounced back with four unanswered goals from Josiah Slavin (2), Neil Shea and Josh Groll.
Justin Robbins stopped 20 of 23 shot attempts.

FARGO FORCE [2], WATERLOO BLACK HAWKS [1] 
Fargo’s Jeremy Davidson’s goals flanked Waterloo’s Matej Blümel’s goal to give the Force the victory.
Ryan Bischel stopped all but one of the 31 attempts he faced.

CENTRAL ILLINOIS FLYING ACES [3], GREEN BAY GAMBLERS [2]
Trevor Janicke of the Aces traded goals with the Gambler’s Jesse Tucker to open the game. Chad Hillebrand scored the next goal for Central Illinois. Green Bay’s Ryan O’Reilly tied things up before Tate Singleton notched the winner for the Aces.
Mitchell Gibson stopped 41 of 43 shots.

OMAHA LANCERS [5], LINCOLN STARS [2]
Daniel Hilsendager and Logan Will got the opening goals for Omaha. Brock Bremer put Lincoln on the board. The Lancers’ Jaxon Nelson and the Star’s Michael Colella then traded goals. Omaha finished the night with goals from Aleksi Peltonen and another from Nelson.
Akira Schmid stopped 13 shots in relief for Jon Mor in the victory.
 
MADISON CAPITOLS [5], TEAM USA (U18) [3]
Ryder Rolston scored the first goal of the night for Team USA. Chase Brand and Chaz Smedsrud answered with two goals for Madison. Judd Caufield and Jack Hughes scored to give the U18’s the lead. Brand, Kristof Papp and Branden Suter scored in succession to win it for the Capitols.
Joseph Lamoreaux stopped 40 of the 43 pucks he faced.

SIOUX CITY MUSKETEERS [3], TEAM USA (U17) [0]
Muskies keep the U17’s from finding the net while Matthew Miller, Bobby Brink and Josh Boyer score for Sioux City.
Jake Sibell was perfect stopping all 15 shots in the shutout.

TRI-CITY STORM [3], SIOUX FALLS STAMPEDE [1]
Filip Forsmark and Ronnie Attard scored for Tri-City before Sam Stevens netted the only Sioux Falls tally. Forsmark would also grab an ENG before the final horn.
Jake Barczewski blocked 21 of 22 in the win.

CEDAR RAPIDS ROUGHRIDERS [2], DES MOINES BUCCANEERS [1]
Liam Walsh and Nathan Smith scored in the first and second periods respectively for the RoughRiders. It would be enough as only TJ Walsh managed to find the net for the Buccaneers in the third.
Blake Pietila stopped 27 of the 28 shots he faced in the victory.


Sunday, Mar. 3rd
SIOUX FALLS STAMPEDE [5], SIOUX CITY MUSKETEERS [2]
Sioux Falls pounded the first three goals in the first from Jared Westcott, Austen Swankler and Sam Stevens. Ian Malcolmson broke through for Sioux City to start the second.  Jami Krannila then answered that goal with a goal for the Muskies. Matthew Miller grabbed another Stampede tally before the second ended. Anthony Romano scored the last goal of the night for the Musketeers in their victory.
Jaxson Stauber defended 15 of 17 shots in the win.

CENTRAL ILLINOIS FLYING ACES [0], GREEN BAY GAMLERS[4]
Central Illinois had no answers for Green Bay’s  Braden Costello, Kyler Grundy, Tyler Spott and Xan Gurney; who all found the net in the Gamblers’ win.
Maksim Zhukov stopped every one of the 32 shots in the shutout.

MUSKEGON LUMBERJACKS [0], YOUNGSTOWN PHANTOMS [2]
Both Nikolai Jensen and Matthew DeMelis stole the show for the Phantoms with a goal apiece in the Youngstown shootout.
Chad Veltri was flawless. He stopped all 31 shots in the win.

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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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