Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Looking Ahead: Glass named All New England

2008 recruit Andrew Glass finished his final prep season at Noble & Greenough with a 27-23-50 line. The 5'11" left wing's 27 goals were third best in the New England prep ranks, tied with Joe Pereira’s younger brother, Mike, who plays for South Kent. Glass also was named to the 2008 NEIPSHA’s Division 1 All New England East team.

Incoming goalie Kieran Millan stopped 24 shots in Spruce Grove’s 7-3 win over St. Albert on Saturday. The previous night, the 2008 recruit made 35 saves in a 4-2 win over Bonnyeville and now has six victories in his past seven starts. The one loss was to league leader Camrose, in which he made 21 saves on 22 shots. Millan’s GAA has dropped to 3.04 and his save percentage improved to .904

Remember the Robert Morris squad that stunned BU in the season opener? The Colonials didn’t fare so well again the NTDP U18s, who posted a 5-2 win. 2008 recruit Vinny Saponari registered his 11th and 12th goals of the season, while David Warsofsky added two assists to remain second in team scoring, with 29, a point ahead of Saponari.

Ethan Werek assisted on both goals in Stouffviille’s goals in the Spirit’s win over Huntsville in the first game of the OPJHL conference semifinals. Stouffville lost the next game and returns to the ice tonight for the first of three games in four nights.

In the USHL, 2009 recruit defenseman Max Nicastro has 16 points while 2008 recruit Chris Connolly remains among the league leaders with 49.

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