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  • Re: RPI 2011 Recruit Thread Pt. III

    On Tuesday, the Delbarton Green Wave defeated the St. Augustine Hermits 4-2. Drew Melanson scored a goal.

    Melanson's line is now 18-4-9-13-?

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    • Re: RPI 2011 Recruit Thread Pt. III

      Originally posted by Ralph Baer View Post
      On Tuesday, the St. Thomas Academy Cadets defeated the Rochester Lourdes Eagles 6-5. Zach Schroeder had 2 goals (1 SHG, both unassisted) and 2 assists in overtime. http://www.mnhockeyhub.com/game/show...ubseason=27330

      Schroeder's line is now 20-16-25-41-6.

      From the comments:



      There is also a link to a poor-quality video of an earlier goal by Schroeder http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sY1puQGU0E4. This may have been posted earlier.
      OK-Maybe I'm missing something-but how do you score 2 assists in overtime? I would think the first assist would have to be on the winning goal. or do they not play sudden death and then play an entire 10 minutes or something? Color me confused as usual.
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      • Re: RPI 2011 Recruit Thread Pt. III

        Originally posted by DrDemento View Post
        OK-Maybe I'm missing something-but how do you score 2 assists in overtime? I would think the first assist would have to be on the winning goal. or do they not play sudden death and then play an entire 10 minutes or something? Color me confused as usual.
        Oops. I have fixed that. The "in overtime" was in the wrong place.
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        • Re: RPI 2011 Recruit Thread Pt. III

          Code:
          2011
          15 Jacob Laliberté     LC Cornwall Colts (CHL)            09/15/90 5'09" 175 Rockland ON          53-54-64-118- 20 02/10/11 #742
          22 Matt Neal            C Stouffville Spirit (OJHL)       11/22/91 5'10" 192 Barrie ON            48-38-57- 95- 18 02/11/11 #754
          27 Mark McGowan        LW Oakville Blades (OJHL)          05/08/90 6'02" 195 Etobicoke ON         43-21-26- 47- 48 02/11/11 #755
           9 Zach Schroeder      RC St Thomas Academy (Classic Sub) 09/07/92 5'09" 165 Prior Lake MN        20-16-25- 41-  6 02/10/11 #777
          10 Curtis Leonard      LD Wellington Dukes (OJHL)         09/23/92 6'03" 180 Napanee ON           46- 2-19- 21- 20 02/10/11 #767
          21 Ryan Haggerty       RC USNTDP U-18                     03/04/93 6'00" 186 Stamford CT          34- 6-10- 16- 15 02/09/11 #731
           5 Luke Curadi         LD Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL)  05/14/91 6'05" 250 Cheshire CT          34- 2- 9- 11- 88 02/11/11 #757
          
          2011 or 2012
          26 Mark Miller          F Omaha Lancers (USHL)            07/26/92 5'11" 183 Massena NY           36- 4- 4-  8- 13 02/11/11 #758
           3 Chris Bradley       LD Youngstown Phantoms (USHL)      05/20/93 6'01" 190 Williamsville NY     38- 1- 5-  6-  2 02/09/11 #778
          
          2012
          15 Mike Zalewski       LW Vernon Vipers (BCHL)            08/18/92 6'03" 205 New Hartford NY      46-12-17- 29- 34 02/09/11 #760
          33 Jason Kasdorf        G Portage Terriers (MJHL)         05/18/92 6'04" 187 Winnipeg MB      29-20- 9-0-2.54-.912 02/11/11 #776
          
          2013
          23 Jake Wood           LW Gunnery School (NEPSHC)         xx/xx/93 5'08" 170 Georgetown ON        18-10-11- 22-  ? 02/09/11 #598
          
          2013 or 2014
          27 Drew Melanson       LW Delbarton School (Gordon Conf)  01/10/95 5'11" 145 Paramus NJ           18- 4- 9- 13-  ? 02/09/11 #781
          
          
          Women
          18 Eleeza Cox           F Toronto Aeros (PWHL)            09/09/93 5'05" 145 St Catherines ON     15- 5-10- 15-  6 02/10/11 only league games
           2                        Ridley College Tigers                                                   27-44-18- 62-  ? 02/09/11 much missing information
          88 Taylor Mahoney       F Chicago Mission 19U (MWEHL)     04/21/93 x'xx" xxx Cary IL              15- 8- 9- 17- 14 only league games
                                                                                       playoffs              4- 1- 1-  2-  0 02/10/11 missing game
                                                                                       total                19- 9-10- 19- 14
           3 Ali Svoboda          F Chicago Mission 19U (MWEHL)     10/23/92 x'xx" xxx Arlington Heights IL 17- 7- 9- 16-  2 only league games
                                                                                       playoffs              4- 1- 0-  1-  2 02/10/11 missing game
                                                                                       total                21- 8- 9- 17-  4
          21 Kathryn Schilter     D Toronto Aeros (PWHL)            01/12/93 5'06" 140 Aurora ON            22- 1-12- 13-  8 02/10/11 only league games
          30 Brianna Piper        G Toronto Aeros (PWHL)            03/19/93 5'08" 145 Oakville ON      19-13- 5-1-1.73-.910 02/10/11 only league games
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          • Re: RPI 2011 Recruit Thread Pt. III

            Originally posted by Ralph Baer View Post
            Oops. I have fixed that. The "in overtime" was in the wrong place.
            Just tell Doc that you wanted to see if he was paying attention.
            Good work Doc.
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            • Re: RPI 2011 Recruit Thread Pt. III

              Originally posted by engineerhockeyfan View Post
              Just tell Doc that you wanted to see if he was paying attention.
              Good work Doc.
              Ralph knows by now that I read virtually all his posts on these threads-he is a major source of information and rarely does he make an error. I am just surprised when I can catch one.
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              • Re: RPI 2011 Recruit Thread Pt. III

                On Wednesday, the Youngstown Phantoms lost to the Indiana Ice 5-3. Chris Bradley had a double minor penalty for checking from behind. (He only had one minor penalty previously.) http://ushl.stats.pointstreak.com/bo...gameid=1341583

                Bradley's line is now 40-1-5-6-6.
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                • Re: RPI 2011 Recruit Thread Pt. III

                  Originally posted by Ralph Baer View Post
                  On Wednesday, the Youngstown Phantoms lost to the Indiana Ice 5-3. Chris Bradley had a double minor penalty for checking from behind. (He only had one minor penalty previously.) http://ushl.stats.pointstreak.com/bo...gameid=1341583

                  Bradley's line is now 40-1-5-6-6.
                  PK, this is an interesting stat that Ralph brought up. Would you attest this to Chris playing a very disciplined game throughout the season, or is he at the stage where he would benefit more from another year to develop a more aggressive game (while keeping play clean and staying out of the box, of course)? Forgive me if I've already asked this, but it may go a ways toward telling us if we should expect him this year or next.

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                  • Re: RPI 2011 Recruit Thread Pt. III

                    Originally posted by FlagDUDE08 View Post
                    PK, this is an interesting stat that Ralph brought up. Would you attest this to Chris playing a very disciplined game throughout the season, or is he at the stage where he would benefit more from another year to develop a more aggressive game (while keeping play clean and staying out of the box, of course)? Forgive me if I've already asked this, but it may go a ways toward telling us if we should expect him this year or next.
                    Interesting question. With the rules being interpreted as they are nowadays, it is definitely harder for defensemen not to get called for obstructive penalties. Makes you wonder when someone can go this long with so few minutes.
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                    • Re: RPI 2011 Recruit Thread Pt. III

                      On Wednesday, the Gunnery Highlanders lost to the Avon Old Farms Winged Beavers 3-0. Jake Wood had no points.

                      Wood's line is now 19-10-11-21-?

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                      • Re: RPI 2011 Recruit Thread Pt. III

                        Originally posted by FlagDUDE08 View Post
                        PK, this is an interesting stat that Ralph brought up. Would you attest this to Chris playing a very disciplined game throughout the season, or is he at the stage where he would benefit more from another year to develop a more aggressive game (while keeping play clean and staying out of the box, of course)? Forgive me if I've already asked this, but it may go a ways toward telling us if we should expect him this year or next.
                        Given the persistent concerns over Christopher’s lack of penalty minutes over the course of his season, I thought you guys would be pretty excited to see 4 minutes in one game. Actually, Pointstreak got it wrong. The call was 2 minutes for checking from behind and 2 minutes for roughing. The check from behind probably had to be called, but it arguably was more the case of a big kid running into a little kid along the boards. IMO, the roughing call was nonsense. Opponent tries to get in Christopher’s face, takes a swipe, nothing develops and both get a roughing call. There have been any number of times during the year where Chris was much more deserving of a penalty – this time he found a way to pick up 2 at once.

                        As I may have said before, Chris plays a disciplined style and always has. His penalty production is a bit lower than what I would have guessed for this point in the season, but it is not out of line with how he approaches the game. His coaches are not demanding that he go out and rough it up more. The Phantoms have other D who are quite capable of racking up penalty minutes, and the coaches seem quite content to have Chris available to keep it disciplined and be available to kill his team mates' penalties.

                        I do think Chris would benefit from another year in Juniors, and not simply for the purpose of developing an aggressive streak. Chris has only 39 games in Juniors under his belt. I think both his game and his body will benefit from another year of maturity before he makes the jump to D1 hockey. 2012 sounds like the right guess for his arrival in Troy, but who knows for sure?

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                        • Re: RPI 2011 Recruit Thread Pt. III

                          Hey PK, Don`t worry if Chris doesn`t take many penalties. RPI always seems to get its fair share somehow.

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                            Originally posted by PKBomber View Post
                            Given the persistent concerns over Christopher’s lack of penalty minutes over the course of his season, I thought you guys would be pretty excited to see 4 minutes in one game. Actually, Pointstreak got it wrong. The call was 2 minutes for checking from behind and 2 minutes for roughing. The check from behind probably had to be called, but it arguably was more the case of a big kid running into a little kid along the boards. IMO, the roughing call was nonsense. Opponent tries to get in Christopher’s face, takes a swipe, nothing develops and both get a roughing call. There have been any number of times during the year where Chris was much more deserving of a penalty – this time he found a way to pick up 2 at once.

                            As I may have said before, Chris plays a disciplined style and always has. His penalty production is a bit lower than what I would have guessed for this point in the season, but it is not out of line with how he approaches the game. His coaches are not demanding that he go out and rough it up more. The Phantoms have other D who are quite capable of racking up penalty minutes, and the coaches seem quite content to have Chris available to keep it disciplined and be available to kill his team mates' penalties.

                            I do think Chris would benefit from another year in Juniors, and not simply for the purpose of developing an aggressive streak. Chris has only 39 games in Juniors under his belt. I think both his game and his body will benefit from another year of maturity before he makes the jump to D1 hockey. 2012 sounds like the right guess for his arrival in Troy, but who knows for sure?
                            Thanks for the update-looking forward to him in cherry and white.
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                            • Re: RPI 2011 Recruit Thread Pt. III

                              Originally posted by jstadts View Post
                              Hey PK, Don`t worry if Chris doesn`t take many penalties. RPI always seems to get its fair share somehow.
                              Ain't that the truth.
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                              • Re: RPI 2011 Recruit Thread Pt. III

                                On Wednesday, the Vernon Vipers lost to the Salmon Arm Silverbacks 5-4. Mike Zalewski did not dress. It's probably an error and may get changed, but the same player is listed as the #1 and #3 star. http://www.bchl.ca/leagues/hockey_bo...0264&link=bchl

                                Zalewski's line is now 46-12-17-29-34.
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