Wednesday, November 02, 2016

More kudos for Oettinger; recruits shine in international tourneys--UPDATED

Freshman netminder Jake Oettinger was named the Hockey East Stop It Goaltender of the Month for October, during which he fashioned back-to-back shutouts, while producing a 1.42 GAA and a .947 save percentage. Both numbers are tops in Hockey East and for all NCAA rookies, as well as fifth overall in D1. 

● HockeyEastOnline report report

At the World U17 Challenge in Ontario, 2018 recruit Jake Wise (photo) scored twice and 2019 recruit Joel Farabee scored his third goal in three games—including two game-winnersin Team USA’s 4-3 loss to Canada Black. Wise, the former Central Catholic standout, was named U.S. player of the game and now has seven points on the season. Farabee, after scoring a power-play goal and adding an assist, now has four points (3G, 1A) in the tournament. He leads the U17s with 11 points in 16 games.

● USA Hockey recap 
● Hockey Canada recap and box score 

2017 recruits Brady Tkachuk and Logan Cockerill each scored a goal in Team USA’s 7-2 win against Switzerland in the preliminary round of the Five Nations Tournament in Plymouth, Mich. Tkachuk is tied for second on Team USA with nine points, while Cockerill has six.

Looking ahead
2017 recruit Cameron Crotty has been named to the CCHL/Robinson Division all-star team that will compete in the ten-team Canada Cup Eastern Challenge .
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"Basically all the feedback I was getting was telling me it was a great spot and I had a great gut feeling about it," said Crotty, who put up 18 points in his rookie CCHL campaign last year. "There weren't really any negatives at all, it was just a perfect fit."
►In the ISS Hockey November rankings for the 2017 NHL Entry Draft, Bowers is #24. Sportsnet's latest ranking has Bowers at #20 and Oettinger at #31.

2019 recruit Robert Mastrosimone and the Shattuck St. Mary’s U16s are playing a charity hockey game in New Jersey this Friday to benefit Hockey Fights Cancers. SSM takes on the North Jersey Avalanche in a match-up of nationally ranked 16U squads.  The left-shot forward, who last season had a combined 127 points for the SSM Bantams and U16s, currently has a 10-10-20 scoring line in 19 games for the Sabres

Looking back

Women’s Team
● Daily Free Press: Offense the key

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