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Ralph Baer
05-31-2017, 06:03 PM
I should post that the NAHL is having its draft on 6/6/17.

Ralph Baer
05-31-2017, 11:48 PM
I received an e-mail from a reliable source that Jon Bendorf made Muskegon's 30-man roster and thus will be iat their final camp before the season starts.

Ralph Baer
06-02-2017, 12:47 AM
Fell off the front page



# Name Ps commitm. Team (League) Year DOB Ht Wt Hometown
55 Cory Babichuk LD 11/02/14 Surrey Eagles (BCHL) 2017 09/28/98 5'10" 170 Edmonton, AB
xx Jonathan Bendorf * LW 08/15/15 Muskegon Lumberjacks (USHL) 2018 02/26/99 6'00" 181 Yardville, NJ
25 Jaren Burke LW 05/23/17 Ottawa Jr. Senators (CCHL) 2017 06/26/96 6'03" 215 Ottawa, ON
15 Matt Cameron RW 07/28/16 North Jers. Avalanche U16 (AYHL)2019 06/08/00 5'11" 185 Berwyn, PA
15 North Jers. Avalanche U16(T1EHL)
20 Austin Cho LD 02/24/14 Georgetown Raiders (OJHL) 2017 05/19/97 6'01" 180 Mississauga, ON
3 Mat Harris * LD 02/20/17 Boston Jr. Bruins (USPHL Prem.) 2017 07/14/96 6'01" 196 Sudbury, MA
27 Billy Jerry RW 05/06/17 Madison Capitols (USHL) 2017 11/21/97 6'04" 190 Hudson, WI
33 Linden Marshall G 01/15/17 Trail Smoke Eaters (BCHL) 2017 07/21/98 6'03" 205 Victoria, BC
26 Jacob Modry LD 07/19/15 Wenatchee Wild (BCHL) 2018 01/23/99 6'05" 185 El Segundo, CA
98 Emil Ohrvall # C 05/17/15 Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL) 2017 06/10/98 5'10" 151 Vaxjo, Sweden
9 Gavin Payne * RW 02/16/17 Langley Rivermen (BCHL) 2017 08/31/96 6'02" 196 Minnetonka, MN
28 Jon Richards RW 05/21/17 Austin Bruins (NAHL) 2017 07/26/97 6'00' 180 Callaway, MN
26 Owen Stout * C 11/18/16 Coquitlam Express (BCHL) 2017 06/05/97 5'10" 170 West Vancouver, BC
5 Atte Tuliara RD 01/26/17 HIFK U20 (Jr. A SM-liiga) 2017 04/26/98 6'02" 174 ..., Finland


Women
44 Mary Jane Alexander D 09/23/16 Chicago Young Amer. U16 (T1U16) 2019 11/08/00 5'08" 140 Deerfield, IL
44 Lake Forest Academy
14 Julia Blitz F 11/28/16 Washington Pride U19 (JWHL) 2019 08/14/01 X'XX" XXX Potomac, MD
25 Sarah Bukvic F 12/16/16 Stoney Crk Sabres Mid.AA (LLMAA)2019 07/25/01 5'05" 120 ..., ON
25 Stoney Creek Sabres (PWHL)
22 Mikayla Capelle F 01/25/17 Okanagan Hockey Acad Prep(CSSHL)2018 03/07/00 5'05' 130 Dawson Creek, BC
79 Jennifer Gregg * G 01/23/16 Troy Albany Ice Cats 19U 2017 01/21/99 5'04" 130 Voorheesville, NY
12 Emily King LW 03/15/17 Cretin-Derham Hall (Suburb.East)2019 XX/XX/0X 5'03" XXX St. Paul, MN
15 Morgan Ondrick #* F 02/08/15 Chicago Young Amer. U19 (JWHL) 2017 10/06/98 5'08" 145 Shorewood, IL
11 Aimee Raithby * F 12/12/16 Burlington Barracudas (PWHL) 2017 05/11/99 5'10" 142 Burlington, ON
29 Amanda Rampado G 01/31/17 Stoney Crk Sabres Mid.AA (LLMAA)2019 11/27/01 5'05" 135 Stoney Creek, ON
6 Lauren Severson #* F 02/21/16 Madison Capitols U19 2017 08/05/99 5'04" 125 Rockford, IL
17 Delaney Weiss D 09/09/16 Chicago Young Amer. U19 (JWHL) 2018 11/30/99 5'07" 152 Lake Forest, IL

* In the RPI directory
# Known to have signed National Letter of Intent
The years the men's recruits are listed as committed for are not necessarily accurate.
The dates on which some of the women are listed as committing on may be considerably after the actual dates.

Ralph Baer
06-02-2017, 12:47 AM
# Name Ps Team (League) Gm- G- A- P- PM Next Gm
55 Cory Babichuk LD Surrey Eagles (BCHL) 46- 6-25- 31- 6 season over
9 Jonathan Bendorf LW Wichita Falls Wildcats (NAHL) 33-13-11- 24- 6 traded
20 Tri-City Storm (USHL) 22- 0- 5- 5- 6 season over
xx Muskegon Lumberjacks (USHL) 0- 0- 0- 0- 0 for next season
Total 55-13-16- 29- 12
25 Jaren Burke LW Ottawa Jr. Senators (CCHL) 62-29-24- 53- 46
playoffs 14- 8- 7- 15- 14
Total 76-37-31- 68- 60 season over
15 Matt Cameron RW North Jersey Avalanche U16 (AYHL) 15-12- 9- 21- 16
15 North Jersey Avalanche U16 (T1EHL) 24-11-12- 23- 36
N. Jer. Av. U16 T1EHL playoffs 5- 2- 2- 4- 2
N. Jer. Av. U16 AYHL playoffs 2- 3- 0- 3- 2
Atlantic Affil. Tier 1 Championship at least 1 goal 2 missing games
Tier-I 16U National Championship 3- 1- 0- 1- 2
adjustment for double counting -3 -3 -2 -5 -4
non-league X- X- X- X- X missing games
Total 45-26-21- 47- 54 season over
20 Austin Cho LD Georgetown Raiders (OJHL) 53- 8-35- 43- 56
playoffs 22- 2- 7- 9- 8
Dudley-Hewitt Cup 5- 0- 1- 1- 8
Total 80-10-43- 53- 72 season over
3 Mat Harris LD Boston Jr. Bruins (USPHL Premier) 40- 3-24- 27- 18
playoffs 6- 0- 0- 0- 8
Total 46- 3-24- 27- 26 season over
27 Billy Jerry RW Madison Capitols (USHL) 58-12- 8- 20- 39 season over
33 Linden Marshall G Trail Smoke Eaters (BCHL) 30-15-11-1-2.86-.917
playoffs 8- 4- 4-0-3.52 .889
Total 38-19-15-1-2.99-.912 season over
26 Jacob Modry LD Wenatchee Wild (BCHL) 34- 2- 9- 11- 14
playoffs 6- 0- 0- 0- 0
Total 39- 2- 9- 11- 14 season over
98 Emil Ohrvall C Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL) 48-13-19- 32- 6
playoffs 8- 0- 6- 6- 2
Total 56-13-25- 38- 8 season over
9 Gavin Payne RW Langley Rivermen (BCHL) 54-16-21- 37- 35
playoffs 0- 0- 0- 0- 0
Total 54-16-21- 37- 35 season over
28 Jon Richards RW Austin Bruins (NAHL) 51-19-16- 35- 47 season over
26 Owen Stout C Coquitlam Express (BCHL) 22-10-18- 28- 12 season over
5 Atte Tuliara RD HIFK U20 (Jr. A SM-liiga) 45- 8-18- 26- 40
playoffs 0- 0- 0- 0- 0
Total 45- 8-18- 26- 40 season over

ServinisScores
06-02-2017, 01:53 PM
BTW, besides for Jon Bendorf, Kraig Nienhaus's son Nash is on that All-Star team.

FYI - Kraig spelled his name "Nienhuis" the entire time at RPI and with the Bruins. Hopefully y'all have some typos going on.

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php?pid=6187

Ralph Baer
06-02-2017, 02:20 PM
FYI - Kraig spelled his name "Nienhuis" the entire time at RPI and with the Bruins. Hopefully y'all have some typos going on.

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php?pid=6187

Thanks. I do know that, but I was not thinking when I copied his name from the Muskegon roster which I posted. It is spelled correctly on Elite Prospects (http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=330989), although they give a second spelling of Neinhuis.

herbst20
06-02-2017, 06:42 PM
New commit for Ya!

https://twitter.com/troy_york9/status/870764660865114112

rsfs04
06-02-2017, 06:52 PM
New commit for Ya!

https://twitter.com/troy_york9/status/870764660865114112

Did we really just recruit a player named Troy? Troy York? That's amazing.

turk181
06-02-2017, 06:57 PM
Did we really just recruit a player named Troy? Troy York? That's amazing.That’s funny. Ralph & I were talking about him about 2 years ago.

turk181
06-02-2017, 07:00 PM
21 in nov. so he’ll be here this season. http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=234601

turk181
06-02-2017, 07:02 PM
NORTH RICHLAND HILLS, TX — As the top team in the NAHL South Division, the Lone Star Brahmas are sending five players — four forwards and one defenseman — to Team South and two players to the NAHL Selects.

Troy York will be one of the Brahmas’ representatives at the tournament. He, along with his linemates Carson Kelley and Hunter Stanley, will be playing for Team South. http://www.lonestarbrahmas.com/2017/02/15/top-prospects-profile-troy-york

turk181
06-02-2017, 07:04 PM
York’s NAHL player profile (nice flow)..... http://www.lonestarbrahmas.com/player?playerId=2205&season=38

turk181
06-02-2017, 07:36 PM
New commit for Ya!

https://twitter.com/troy_york9/status/870764660865114112I should add, thanks for the heads up herby.

Ralph Baer
06-02-2017, 07:45 PM
That’s funny. Ralph & I were talking about him about 2 years ago.

I remember that too.

Ralph Baer
06-02-2017, 07:46 PM
New commit for Ya!

https://twitter.com/troy_york9/status/870764660865114112

Thanks.

Ralph Baer
06-02-2017, 07:55 PM
# Name Ps Team (League) Gm- G- A- P- PM Next Gm
55 Cory Babichuk LD Surrey Eagles (BCHL) 46- 6-25- 31- 6 season over
9 Jonathan Bendorf LW Wichita Falls Wildcats (NAHL) 33-13-11- 24- 6 traded
20 Tri-City Storm (USHL) 22- 0- 5- 5- 6 season over
xx Muskegon Lumberjacks (USHL) 0- 0- 0- 0- 0 for next season
Total 55-13-16- 29- 12
25 Jaren Burke LW Ottawa Jr. Senators (CCHL) 62-29-24- 53- 46
playoffs 14- 8- 7- 15- 14
Total 76-37-31- 68- 60 season over
15 Matt Cameron RW North Jersey Avalanche U16 (AYHL) 15-12- 9- 21- 16
15 North Jersey Avalanche U16 (T1EHL) 24-11-12- 23- 36
N. Jer. Av. U16 T1EHL playoffs 5- 2- 2- 4- 2
N. Jer. Av. U16 AYHL playoffs 2- 3- 0- 3- 2
Atlantic Affil. Tier 1 Championship at least 1 goal 2 missing games
Tier-I 16U National Championship 3- 1- 0- 1- 2
adjustment for double counting -3 -3 -2 -5 -4
non-league X- X- X- X- X missing games
Total 45-26-21- 47- 54 season over
20 Austin Cho LD Georgetown Raiders (OJHL) 53- 8-35- 43- 56
playoffs 22- 2- 7- 9- 8
Dudley-Hewitt Cup 5- 0- 1- 1- 8
Total 80-10-43- 53- 72 season over
3 Mat Harris LD Boston Jr. Bruins (USPHL Premier) 40- 3-24- 27- 18
playoffs 6- 0- 0- 0- 8
Total 46- 3-24- 27- 26 season over
27 Billy Jerry RW Madison Capitols (USHL) 58-12- 8- 20- 39 season over
33 Linden Marshall G Trail Smoke Eaters (BCHL) 30-15-11-1-2.86-.917
playoffs 8- 4- 4-0-3.52 .889
Total 38-19-15-1-2.99-.912 season over
26 Jacob Modry LD Wenatchee Wild (BCHL) 34- 2- 9- 11- 14
playoffs 6- 0- 0- 0- 0
Total 39- 2- 9- 11- 14 season over
98 Emil Ohrvall C Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL) 48-13-19- 32- 6
playoffs 8- 0- 6- 6- 2
Total 56-13-25- 38- 8 season over
9 Gavin Payne RW Langley Rivermen (BCHL) 54-16-21- 37- 35
playoffs 0- 0- 0- 0- 0
Total 54-16-21- 37- 35 season over
28 Jon Richards RW Austin Bruins (NAHL) 51-19-16- 35- 47 season over
26 Owen Stout C Coquitlam Express (BCHL) 22-10-18- 28- 12 season over
5 Atte Tuliara RD HIFK U20 (Jr. A SM-liiga) 45- 8-18- 26- 40
playoffs 0- 0- 0- 0- 0
Total 45- 8-18- 26- 40 season over
9 Troy York RW Lone Star Brahmas (NAHL) 49-24-17- 41- 26
playoffs 11- 5- 2- 7- 2
Total 60-29-19- 48- 28 season over

Ralph Baer
06-02-2017, 07:59 PM
# Name Ps commitm. Team (League) Year DOB Ht Wt Hometown
55 Cory Babichuk LD 11/02/14 Surrey Eagles (BCHL) 2017 09/28/98 5'10" 170 Edmonton, AB
xx Jonathan Bendorf * LW 08/15/15 Muskegon Lumberjacks (USHL) 2018 02/26/99 6'00" 181 Yardville, NJ
25 Jaren Burke LW 05/23/17 Ottawa Jr. Senators (CCHL) 2017 06/26/96 6'03" 215 Ottawa, ON
15 Matt Cameron RW 07/28/16 North Jers. Avalanche U16 (AYHL)2019 06/08/00 5'11" 185 Berwyn, PA
15 North Jers. Avalanche U16(T1EHL)
20 Austin Cho LD 02/24/14 Georgetown Raiders (OJHL) 2017 05/19/97 6'01" 180 Mississauga, ON
3 Mat Harris * LD 02/20/17 Boston Jr. Bruins (USPHL Prem.) 2017 07/14/96 6'01" 196 Sudbury, MA
27 Billy Jerry RW 05/06/17 Madison Capitols (USHL) 2017 11/21/97 6'04" 190 Hudson, WI
33 Linden Marshall G 01/15/17 Trail Smoke Eaters (BCHL) 2017 07/21/98 6'03" 205 Victoria, BC
26 Jacob Modry LD 07/19/15 Wenatchee Wild (BCHL) 2018 01/23/99 6'05" 185 El Segundo, CA
98 Emil Ohrvall # C 05/17/15 Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL) 2017 06/10/98 5'10" 151 Vaxjo, Sweden
9 Gavin Payne * RW 02/16/17 Langley Rivermen (BCHL) 2017 08/31/96 6'02" 196 Minnetonka, MN
28 Jon Richards RW 05/21/17 Austin Bruins (NAHL) 2017 07/26/97 6'00' 180 Callaway, MN
26 Owen Stout * C 11/18/16 Coquitlam Express (BCHL) 2017 06/05/97 5'10" 170 West Vancouver, BC
5 Atte Tuliara RD 01/26/17 HIFK U20 (Jr. A SM-liiga) 2017 04/26/98 6'02" 174 ..., Finland
9 Troy York RW 05/02/17 Lone Star Brahmas (NAHL) 2017 11/08/96 5'09" 190 Dallas, TX


Women
44 Mary Jane Alexander D 09/23/16 Chicago Young Amer. U16 (T1U16) 2019 11/08/00 5'08" 140 Deerfield, IL
44 Lake Forest Academy
14 Julia Blitz F 11/28/16 Washington Pride U19 (JWHL) 2019 08/14/01 X'XX" XXX Potomac, MD
25 Sarah Bukvic F 12/16/16 Stoney Crk Sabres Mid.AA (LLMAA)2019 07/25/01 5'05" 120 ..., ON
25 Stoney Creek Sabres (PWHL)
22 Mikayla Capelle F 01/25/17 Okanagan Hockey Acad Prep(CSSHL)2018 03/07/00 5'05' 130 Dawson Creek, BC
79 Jennifer Gregg * G 01/23/16 Troy Albany Ice Cats 19U 2017 01/21/99 5'04" 130 Voorheesville, NY
12 Emily King LW 03/15/17 Cretin-Derham Hall (Suburb.East)2019 XX/XX/0X 5'03" XXX St. Paul, MN
15 Morgan Ondrick #* F 02/08/15 Chicago Young Amer. U19 (JWHL) 2017 10/06/98 5'08" 145 Shorewood, IL
11 Aimee Raithby * F 12/12/16 Burlington Barracudas (PWHL) 2017 05/11/99 5'10" 142 Burlington, ON
29 Amanda Rampado G 01/31/17 Stoney Crk Sabres Mid.AA (LLMAA)2019 11/27/01 5'05" 135 Stoney Creek, ON
6 Lauren Severson #* F 02/21/16 Madison Capitols U19 2017 08/05/99 5'04" 125 Rockford, IL
17 Delaney Weiss D 09/09/16 Chicago Young Amer. U19 (JWHL) 2018 11/30/99 5'07" 152 Lake Forest, IL

* In the RPI directory
# Known to have signed National Letter of Intent
The years the men's recruits are listed as committed for are not necessarily accurate.
The dates on which some of the women are listed as committing on may be considerably after the actual dates.

Ralph Baer
06-02-2017, 08:04 PM
A nice article about York http://www.usahockey.com/news_article/show/764325-brahmas-lean-on-troy-york-in-nahl-stretch-run.




Brahmas Lean on Troy York in NAHL Stretch Run

03/02/2017, 1:30pm MST

By Tom Robinson


.York said he is simply doing “whatever it takes” to help the Lone Star Brahmas win North American Hockey League games.

For the last six weeks, when someone on the Brahmas needs to conjure up a winning moment, it has often been York providing the decisive goal.

York leads the NAHL in game-winning goals with eight. Most of them have come in this recent six-week stretch.
..

The 20-year-old from Dallas has six game-winning goals in the last 11 games. None were as dramatic as the latest, which came in the Feb. 24 game against the Corpus Christi Ice Rays.

That goal, which came with less than eight seconds left in overtime to produce a 2-1 win, can be tied to help from teammates, as York is always quick to credit for any success he has.

Austin O’Rourke handled the set-up in overtime.
..


O’Rourke started down the right wall and never stopped.

“He made a great play,” O’Rourke said. “He shielded the guy off and went beyond the net, then did a quick little cutback and threw it out front."

“I just happened to be there."

As he has done often lately, York handled the rest.

“I got a quick stick on it and put it in the net,” York said.

The goals are beginning to add up for York, who fell for hockey as a 3-year-old, watching the game with his father when the Stars, still relatively new to Dallas, won the Stanley Cup in 1999.

As he prepares to make the move to college hockey and hopes to land a late NCAA Division I offer, York has 21 goals and 14 assists in 40 games. He is second in goals and fifth in points on the well-balanced Brahmas, who have run away with the South Division.

Playing with the same linemates for “about 90 percent” of the season, after clicking when they were tried together at the opening NAHL Showcase in Blaine, Minnesota, has provided a boost for York.

Carson Kelley, the team leader in assists and points, centers a line that also includes Hunter Stanley.

“Coach put us together and everything since then started clicking,” said York, who made it to the Dallas Stars Triple-A youth program as a 12-year-old and began thinking college hockey was possible about three years later. “My linemates and some of the others guys out there on the ice with us have been helping me out in this stretch."

“I seem to be in the right spot or they seem to be in the right spot to make the play.”

York credits Stanley for opening up some space.

“I think we definitely bring some different skills,” he said. “Stanley’s a bigger player. He’s got skill, but he can definitely get into the corner and battle, shield a guy off and help make plays with two smaller players who can come it and take the puck and make another play after that."

“We’re different players, but we all have some skill and some grit to get down in the corners and work for the puck.”

York has shown he does not need the puck long to make something happen. The latest example was his first overtime goal in junior hockey, moving the Brahmas (37-12-1-0) one step closer to officially clinching the division title.

Story from Red Line Editorial, Inc.

Ralph Baer
06-02-2017, 08:08 PM
A short recent article about York not having committed. http://www.tier2juniorhockey.com/news/uncommitted-96-troy-york


Uncommitted 1996 | Lone Star Brahmas Forward Troy York
The Uncommitted 1996 series continues, focusing on players aging out of Junior Hockey who have yet to commit to a University or advanced to a higher level of hockey for the 2017-18 season.
troy york lone star brahmas
Troy York, Photo Courtesy of the Lone Star Brahmas
Forward Troy York began his Junior Hockey career with the Lone Star Brahmas for the 2015-16 season. The Texas native returned to the Brahmas in 2016-17, registering 24 goals and 17 assists for 41 points through the regular season. York's season began with a hat trick in game one on Saturday September 17, 2016 in a 7-1 victory over the Amarillo Bulls and he went on to earn a point in 30 contests including 9 multi point efforts.

The 5'9 190lb skater logged an additional 7 post season points, including the game winning overtime goal that propelled the Brahmas into the Robertson Cup finals and eventually to a Robertson Cup Championship.

York contributed to 21% of the Brahmas 2016-17 regular season goals and 22% of the teams overall post season goals.

fr. joe
06-03-2017, 09:09 AM
That’s funny. Ralph & I were talking about him about 2 years ago.

So, it's not new Troy York, then, or is it? ;)