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USHL WEEKEND BREAKOUT 3/5-3/17 Junior Hockey News

Published: Monday, 18 Mar 2019  
By: Michael Moore


Friday, Mar. 15th 
TEAM USA (U18) [12], GREEN BAY GAMBLERS [4]
1st Period
0:37 USA Cole Caufield (21) ASST: Michael Gildon (10), Henry Thrun (14)
3:43 USA Trevor Zegras (9) ASST: Henry Thrun (15), Cam York (17)
4:06 USA Cole Caufield (22) ASST: Michael Gildon (11)
18:07 GB Benito Posa (10) ASST: Chase Pilawski (14), Tanner Dickinson (1)
19:31 USA Alex Turcotte (10) ASST: Patrick Moynihan (6), Matthew Beniers (17)
2nd Period
3:10 USA Patrick Moynihan (10) ASST: Alex Turcotte (20), Matthew Beniers (18)
13:37 USA Matthew Boldy (12) ASST: Jack Hughes (23), Cole Caufield (12)
18:34 GB Tanner Dickinson (1) ASST: Luke Mylymok (10), Gleb Murtazin (16)
3rd Period
1:49 USA Cole Caufield (23) ASST: Jack Hughes (24), Drew Helleson (7)
8:22 USA Cole Caufield (24) ASST: Jack Hughes (25), Alex Vlasic (13)
10:43 USA Matthew Beniers (6) ASST: Cam York (18), Patrick Moynihan (7)
11:53 GB Xan Gurney (2) ASST: Nick Leitner (17)
13:27 USA Michael Gildon (10) ASST: Domenick Fensore (11), Matthew Boldy (20) (PP)
13:53 USA Cole Caufield (25) ASST: Cam York (19), Jack Hughes (26)
15:23 GB Nick Leitner (4) ASST: Ryan O'Reilly (11), Jesse Tucker (24)
16:54 USA Cole Caufield (26) ASST: Michael Gildon (12), Jack Hughes (27)
Spencer Knight stopped 16 out of 20 shots in the win.

MUSKEGON LUMBERJACKS [4], DES MOINES BUCCANEERS [2]
1st Period
5:27 MUS Mikael Hakkarainen (19) ASST: Cam McDonald (11), Egor Afanasyev (32)
2nd Period
6:04 MUS Bobby Lynch (19) ASST: Nic Belpedio (8), Oliver MacDonald (15)
10:49 MUS Ryan Savage (13) ASST: Alex Yakovenko (32), Oliver MacDonald (16)
3rd Period
13:54 DM Patrick Schmiedlin (4) ASST: None
15:56 DM Mac Welsher (13) ASST: Tyler Paquette (9)
19:43 MUS Ryan Savage (14) ASST: None (EN)
Brandon Bussi blocked 29 of 31.

DUBUQUE FIGHTING SAINTS [6], MADISON CAPITOLS [0]
1st Period
5:01 DBQ Dylan Jackson (10) ASST: J.D. Greenway (22), Riese Gaber (22) (PP)
5:58 DBQ Kaelan Taylor (3) ASST: Cooper Haar (7), Derek Contessa (9)
6:35 DBQ Dallas Tulik (4) ASST: Matias Maccelli (35), Kaelan Taylor (6)
15:09 DBQ Matias Maccelli (26) ASST: Willie Knierim (24), Dallas Tulik (4)
2nd Period
4:04 DBQ Riese Gaber (17) ASST: Dylan Jackson (24), Ty Jackson (21)
3rd Period
11:02 DBQ Riese Gaber (18) ASST: Ty Jackson (22), Dylan Jackson (25)
Aaron Randazzo was perfect stopping all 19 shots in the shutout.

TRI-CITY STORM [4], LINCOLN STARS [2]
1st Period
3:37 TC Ronnie Attard (25) ASST: Khristian Acosta (14), Joseph Molenaar (17)
5:18 TC Shane Pinto (21) ASST: Ronnie Attard (25), Zac Jones (34) (PP)
13:04 LIN Steven Agriogianis (3) ASST: Josh Bohlin (4)
2nd Period
11:52 TC Shane Pinto (22) ASST: Cole McWard (5)
12:37 TC Keaton Pehrson (6) ASST: Khristian Acosta (15), Joseph Molenaar (18)
3rd  Period
9:49 LIN Arlo Merritt (1) ASST: Ryan Carmichael (12)
Jake Barczewski stopped 15 of 17 shots.

YOUNGSTOWN PHANTOMS [4], CHICAGO STEEL [3]
1st Period
1:13 CHI Robert Mastrosimone (25) ASST: Uula Ruikka (6), Jake Schmaltz (10)
2nd Period
0:36 YNG Craig Needham (14) ASST: Jack Malone (33), Brett Murray (30)
5:50 YNG Jack Malone (17) ASST: Thomas Farrell (6)
17:42 CHI Robert Mastrosimone (26) ASST: John Spetz (23), Mathieu De St. Phalle (31) (PP
3rd Period
3:42 CHI Nick Abruzzese (24) ASST: Owen Power (9), Luke Reid (14)
10:29 YNG Jack Malone (18) ASST: Matthew Barnaby (14), Nikolai Jenson (7)
15:38 YNG Aiden Gallacher (1) ASST: Jack Malone (34), Connor MacEachern (24)
Chad Veltri bested 26 of 29 attempts in the win.

OMAHA LANCERS [3], SIOUX FALLS STAMPEDE [2] (OT)
1st Period
11:04 OMA Jan Kern (9) ASST: Harrison Roy (13), Jack Hillman (1)
2nd Period
8:11 SF Anthony Romano (21) ASST: Ethan Phillips (22), Jared Westcott (22)
3rd Period
1:17 OMA Aleksi Peltonen (10) ASST: None
19:42 SF Anthony Romano (22) ASST: Max Crozier (28), Jami Krannila (27)
1st OT
1:42 OMA Jaxon Nelson (14) ASST: None
Akira Schmid stopped 22 of 24.

CEDAR RAPIDS ROUGHRIDERS [6], TEAM USA (U17) [0]
1st Period
4:08 CR Grant Silianoff (15) ASST: Aidan McDonough (11), Nathan Smith (28) (PP)
6:26 CR Liam Walsh (18) ASST: Nathan Smith (29), Will Zmolek (18)
2nd Period
1:11 CR Aidan McDonough (18) ASST: Jordan Tonelli (11), Mitchell Miller (9)
12:33 CR Jason Polin (22) ASST: Aidan McDonough (12), Jordan Tonelli (12)
3rd Period
13:34 CR Mitchell Miller (4) ASST: Dmitri Deryabin (2), Nate Hanley (3)
19:33 CR Jerry Harding (7) ASST: Jordan Tonelli (13), Jason Polin (17)
Blake Pietila stopped all 9 of the U17’s shots.

Saturday, Mar. 16th 
DES MOINES BUCCANEERS [3], MUSKEGON LUMBERJACKS [1]
1st Period
6:05 DM Michael Mancinelli (12) ASST: Rylee St. Onge (11), Jackson Perbix (32)
10:57 MUS Alex Gaffney (13) ASST: Oliver MacDonald (17)
19:57 DM Reed Lebster (24) ASST: Mac Welsher (25), Sam Renlund (12)
2nd Period
No Scoring
3rd Period
19:52 DM Rylee St. Onge (22) ASST: Jackson Perbix (33) (EN)
James Durham records a win getting in front of 33 of the 34 shots he faced.

TEAM USA (U18) [13], GREEN BAY GAMBLERS [1]
1st Period
0:59 USA Cole Caufield (27) ASST: Marshall Warren (6), Jack Hughes (28)
6:09 USA Ryder Rolston (10) ASST: Henry Thrun (16), Matthew Boldy (21) (PP)
7:44 USA Marshall Warren (2) ASST: Sean Farrell (7), Owen Lindmark (6)
10:56 USA Cam York (5) ASST: Jack Hughes (29), Alex Turcotte (21) (PP)
11:26 USA Judd Caulfield (6) ASST: Marshall Warren (7), Matthew Beniers (19)
12:39 USA Ryder Rolston (11) ASST: Domenick Fensore (12), Sean Farrell (8)
2nd Period
5:52 USA Matthew Boldy (13) ASST: Case McCarthy (9)
8:08 USA Jack Hughes (10) ASST: Michael Gildon (13), Domenick Fensore (13)
9:24 USA Alex Turcotte (11) ASST: Patrick Moynihan (8), Matthew Boldy (22)
15:27 USA Matthew Beniers (7) ASST: Jack Hughes (30)
19:22 USA Matthew Beniers (8) ASST: Domenick Fensore (14), Cam York (20)
3rd Period
2:07 GB Nick Leitner (5) ASST: Luke Mylymok (11), Nicholas Zabaneh (12)
12:36 USA Matthew Beniers (9) ASST: Alex Turcotte (22), Patrick Moynihan (9)
19:47 USA Trevor Zegras (10) ASST: Cam York (21), Michael Gildon (14)
Spencer Knight only allowed one goal on the 20 shots he faced.

WATERLOO BLACK HAWKS [5], FARGO FORCE [2]
1st Period
11:52 WAT Emil Öhrvall (29) ASST: None
19:58 FGO Ben Meyers (28) ASST: Hank Crone (42), Aaron Huglen (5)
2nd Period
4:20 FGO Aaron Huglen (4) ASST: Tanner Vescio (9), Cedric Fiedler (4)
11:36 WAT Wyatt Schingoethe (9) ASST: Xander Lamppa (17)
3rd Period
3:28 WAT Griffin Ness (13) ASST: Brehdan Engum (9), James Marooney (20)
14:37 WAT Joe Cassetti (16) ASST: Emil Öhrvall (25), Griffin Ness (16)
18:44 WAT Joe Cassetti (17) ASST: James Marooney (21) (EN)
Evan Fear stopped all but 2 of 36 shots.

TRI-CITY STORM [8], OMAHA LANCERS [1]
1st Period
No Scoring
2nd Period
7:05 OMA Cole Kodsi (10) ASST: Travis Mitchell (22)
12:04 TC Brendan Furry (18) ASST: Ronnie Attard (26), Zac Jones (35) (PP)
13:11 TC Joseph Molenaar (15) ASST: Calvin Dybicz (5), Khristian Acosta (16)
16:14 TC Shane Pinto (23) ASST: Brendan Furry (26) (PP)
18:32 TC Ronnie Attard (26) ASST: Brendan Budy (16), Brendan Furry (27) (PP)
19:41 TC Elias Rosen (4) ASST: Filip Forsmark (35)
3rd Period
4:40 TC Benji Eckerle (6) ASST: Mike Koster (1), Asa Kinnear (8) (PP)
15:34 TC Ian Murphy (6) ASST: Mike Koster (2), Brendan Furry (28)
17:12 TC Keaton Pehrson (7) ASST: Joe Berg (5), Mike Koster (3)
Isaiah Saville beat 18 of 19 shots in the win.

YOUNGSTOWN PHANTOMS [7], MADISON CAPITOLS [2]
1st Period
1:59 YNG Tristan Amonte (2) ASST: Liam Robertson (13), Josh DeLuca (8)
4:12 YNG Craig Needham (15) ASST: Jack Malone (35), Brett Murray (31)
5:17 MAD Brady Smith (3) ASST: Chase Brand (26), Kristof Papp (20)
17:47 YNG Connor MacEachern (21) ASST: Matthew Barnaby (15)
2nd Period
3:41 YNG Brett Murray (35) ASST: Craig Needham (7), Jack Malone (36)
12:23 YNG Trevor Kuntar (14) ASST: Matthew Barnaby (16), Connor MacEachern (25)
19:44 YNG Aiden Gallacher (2) ASST: Ben Schoen (17), Matthew DeMelis (17)
3rd Period
13:07 YNG Liam Robertson (7) ASST: Matthew DeMelis (18), Jeppe Urup (10)
15:01 MAD Kalle Eriksson (5) ASST: Christian Berger (8) (PP)
Christian Stoever stopped 30 of 32.

CHICAGO STEEL [3], DUBUQUE FIGHTING SAINTS [2]
1st Period
3:47 DBQ Riese Gaber (19) ASST: Dylan Jackson (26), Ty Jackson (23)
2nd Period
12:13 CHI Robert Mastrosimone (27) ASST: None
18:55 CHI Matteo Pietroniro (17) ASST: Adam Robbins (23)
3rd Period
7:30 CHI Josh Groll (9) ASST: Nick Abruzzese (44), Luke Reid (15)
11:24 DBQ Matias Maccelli (27) ASST: Logan Pietila (18)
Reilly Herbst gets the Chicago win stopping 15 of 17.

SIOUX CITY MUSKETEERS [2], CENTRAL ILLINOIS FLYING ACES [1] (SO)
1st Period
No Scoring
2nd Period
6:37 SC Albin Nilsson (7) ASST: Matthew Miller (13), Dominic Vidoli (7)
3rd Period
9:03 CIL Trevor Janicke (20) ASST: John Driscoll (2)
1st OT
No Scoring
Sioux City’s Bobby Brink and Parker Ford’s two shootout goals bested Central Illinois’ Cal Kiefiuk’s lone tally for the win. Jake Sibell stopped 27 of 28 shots.

CEDAR RAPIDS ROUGHRIDERS [2], TEAM USA (U17) [1] (SO)
1st Period
6:27 CR Liam Walsh (19) ASST: Kyle Looft (14), Ethan Wolthers (7) (PP)
14:53 USA Landon Slaggert (5) ASST: Ty Smilanic (7), Dylan Peterson (7)
2nd Period
No Scoring
3rd Period
No Scoring
1st OT
No Scoring
RoughRiders’  Aidan McDonough and Jordan Tonelli’s goals beat Eamon Powell’s U17 goal in the shootout. Blake Pietila stopped 9 of 10 shots.

Sunday, Mar. 17th
YOUNGSTOWN PHANTOMS [6], MADISON CAPITOLS [3]
1st Period
0:20 MAD Ryan McGuire (1) ASST: Alex Mella (9), Robert Blueger (9)
1:56 YNG Thomas Farrell (3) ASST: Matthew Barnaby (17)
3:46 MAD Carson Bantle (9) ASST: Grant Docter (1), Reid Pabich (5)
2nd Period
1:08 YNG Trevor Kuntar (15) ASST: Craig Needham (8) (PP)
2:59 YNG Trevor Kuntar (16) ASST: Matthew Barnaby (18)
10:11 MAD Lucas Herrmann (11) ASST: Kristof Papp (21), Chase Brand (27) (PP)
17:45 YNG Brett Murray (36) ASST: Jack Malone (37), Gianfranco Cassaro (22) (PP)
3rd Period
0:23 YNG Aiden Gallacher (3) ASST: Gianfranco Cassaro (23) (PP)
18:41 YNG Matthew Barnaby (10) ASST: None (EN)
Chad Veltri beat 27 of 30 shots in the win.

SIOUX CITY MUSKETEERS [4], CENTRAL ILLINOIS FLYING ACES [3]
1st Period
0:45 CIL Chase Foley (1) ASST: Joseph Dunlap (7), Lynden Breen (23)
16:00 CIL Tyler Gratton (12) ASST: Chad Hillebrand (11), Tate Singleton (15)
2nd Period
4:44 CIL Bradley Marek (10) ASST: Tyler Gratton (11), Colby Enns (11) (PP)
3rd Period
6:30 SC Marcus Kallionkieli (23) ASST: Parker Ford (19), Dominic Vidoli (8) (PP)
17:19 SC Bobby Brink (25) ASST: Dominic Vidoli (9), Albin Nilsson (13) (PP)
19:05 SC Albin Nilsson (8) ASST: Bobby Brink (24), Parker Ford (20) (PP)
1st OT
4:51 SC Bobby Brink (26) ASST: Martin Pospisil (32), Nolan Krenzen (7)
Ben Kraws came in the first and held on to make 22 saves on 24 shots.

FARGO FORCE [3], SIOUX FALLS STAMPEDE [2]
1st Period
16:29 SF Ryan Sullivan (9) ASST: Matt Kessel (14), Sam Stevens (10)
2nd Period
17:23 FGO Hank Crone (16) ASST: Ethan Frisch (13), Justin Lee (19)
3rd Period
7:54 FGO Ben Meyers (29) ASST: Hank Crone (43), Justin Lee (20)
14:58 SF Ethan Phillips (14) ASST: Artem Ivanyuzhenkov (22), Austen Swankler (26) (PP)
1st OT
No Scoring
Aaron Huglen, Ben Meyers and Hank Crone took 3 shootout goals for Fargo and won it over Jami Krannila and Artem Ivanyuzhenkov’s shootout goals for Sioux Falls.  Ryan Bischel gets the win stopping 33 of 35.


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


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