Thursday, January 01, 2009

Looking ahead

In a USHL game last night, 2009 recruit Alex Chiasson (photo) scored the first goal and assisted on the next two for Des Moines, but Indiana mounted a comeback and edged the Bucs, 6-5. The goal was the 10th of the season for the 6-3 right wing from Quebec, tops on Des Moines.

Another 2009 recruit, Chicago defenseman Max Nicastro, also scored his team’s first goal last night, but the Steel also fell, losing to Waterloo, 7-4. Nicastro, whose offensive skills have developed in his second USHL season, now has six goals.


candycanes99 said...

Haha, Bennett comes in to save the day. Similar to the UML comeback where he was the savior, haha.

Quiddlet said...

I am... so glad... I found this blog, somehow. It should be advertised better, and we should have an uber-forum to better communicate... Is anybody planning to go up to New Hampshire for the second part of the home and home?

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