Game Scores

Mon, Feb 26The Back Forty
Halifax
Chaos
4
Saint Paul
Razorbacks
2
Mon, Feb 26The Dock
Saint-Lambert
Maulers
5
Minnesota
Dockheads
3
Mon, Feb 26The Sin Bin
New York City
Knights
7
Las Vegas
High Rollers
4
Mon, Feb 26Hard Rock Place
Denver
Bandits
1
Memphis
Blues
2
Mon, Feb 26Underground Station
Edmonton
Blizzard
6
Rochester
North Stars
2
Mon, Feb 26The Stables
Seattle
Samurai
5
Motor City
Mustangs
4
Mon, Feb 26Armed Forces Ice Palace
Atlanta
Royals
3
Massachusetts
Militia
7
Mon, Feb 26Nantucket Arena
Miami
Trident
5
Cape Cod
Stingrays
3
Mon, Feb 26AmeDan Arena
Port City
Privateers
4
Laval
Redbull
5
Mon, Feb 26Wabanaki Arena
San Francisco
Orcas
5
Maine
Mighty Moose
2
Mon, Feb 26Colisée
Los Angeles
Dynasty
2
Quebec City
Harfang
1
Mon, Feb 26Twisters Coliseum
Tucson
Muertos
4
Portland
Twisters
3
Mon, Feb 26Nantucket Arena
Quebec City
Harfang
Cape Cod
Stingrays
Mon, Feb 26Round Table Arena
Halifax
Chaos
New York City
Knights
Mon, Feb 26Mile High Saloon
Massachusetts
Militia
Denver
Bandits
Mon, Feb 26The Sin Bin
Saint Paul
Razorbacks
Las Vegas
High Rollers
Mon, Feb 26The Palace
Rochester
North Stars
Atlanta
Royals
Mon, Feb 26Hooroo Arena
Port City
Privateers
San Francisco
Orcas

Tonight 3 Stars


Lenny Koonts
Trident

Harri-Juhani Sutelainen
Bandits

Phillip Saganiuk
Blizzard

Last Week 3 Stars

Benito Mathers of Samurai (4-3-7)
Marco Rutherford of Mighty Moose (0.940)
Jordie Devincentis of Muertos (2-4-6)

Last Month 3 Stars

Marten Gronvall of Militia (14-12-26)
Brantley Langevin of Dockheads (13-12-25)
Vladimir Zayev of Dynasty (9-14-23)

Player Leaderboard


GOALS
Duma Dodrescu
Blues
30
GOALS
ASSISTS
Tomas Rydval
Knights
37
ASSISTS
POINTS
Duma Dodrescu
Blues
58
POINTS
DEFENSEMAN
Roman Mishuyev
Stingrays
39
POINTS
WINS
Lars-Bjorn Sundholm
Muertos
17
WINS
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Players To Watch

Hot Streak
Jordie Daley
Razorbacks
26G-24A-50PTS
THIS WEEK
Hot Streak
Marten Gronvall
Militia
26G-29A-55PTS
THIS WEEK
Hot Streak
Derrell Hults
North Stars
22G-24A-46PTS
THIS WEEK
Hot Streak
Keegan Ramkema
Orcas
23G-24A-47PTS
THIS WEEK
Hot Streak
Duma Dodrescu
Blues
30G-28A-58PTS
THIS WEEK

Key Injuries

Right Leg Injury
Kurt Palmqvist
Stingrays - 31yrs
Left Hip Injury
Craig Lythgoe
Samurai - 29yrs
Sprained Left Finger Injury
Artyom Zhloba
Maulers - 24yrs
Back Injury
Luca Connelley
Militia - 35yrs
Sprained Left Finger Injury
Robert Sisma
Blues - 35yrs

Trading Block

Daniel Weber - C
Rietrikki Keveri - RW
Ben Moes - D
Quinton Parsons - LW
Kirk Knackstedt - D
Jonah Fountaine - RW
Jordie Devincentis - D
Kaiden Simmonds - C
Niel Sharib - D
Pierrick Berehowsky - C
Jefferey OHoran - RW
Finn Michaud - C
Tavish Duhatschek - LW
Devon Guptill - C
 

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Hyped Showdown in Quebec: Militia vs. Harfang

Quebec City - 

Tonight, the ice will sizzle in Quebec City as the Massachusetts Militia clash with the Quebec Harfang in a showdown that promises to be nothing short of electrifying. The Militia, with a stellar record of 31-8-3 and 65 points, are coming in hot, ready to assert their dominance. But the Harfang, with a respectable record of 22-14-6 and 50 points, are determined to defend their turf.

The projected goalies for tonight's game are Andrew Wiewel for the Militia and Ludvik Lyngmo for the Harfang. Wiewel boasts an impressive record of 19 wins, 3 losses, and 1 OTL, with a remarkable 2.44 GAA and a stellar 0.935 SV%. On the other end, Lyngmo is no slouch, with 11 wins, 3 losses, and 1 OTL, a solid 2.71 GAA, and an impressive 0.924 SV%.

Keep an eye on Amadeus Helm from the Militia, who has been lighting up the ice with 18 goals and 16 assists for a total of 34 points. For the Harfang, Wil Garland is a force to be reckoned with, boasting 12 goals, 20 assists, and 32 points.

The Militia are currently riding a hot streak, going 7-2-1 in their last 10 games. With momentum on their side, they will be looking to extend their dominance. However, the Harfang are known for their resilience and will be looking to defend their home turf with all they've got.

Get ready for a thrilling game of speed, skill, and strategy as these two teams face off in what promises to be a game for the ages. Tune in tonight to witness the action unfold live from Quebec City!


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Writer: Conor Wyatt 

 

North Stars vs High Rollers 

In an action-packed game between the North Stars and the High Rollers, the North Stars emerged victorious in a high-scoring affair.

1st Period:

The High Rollers struck first as R.J. Upton found the back of the net at 11:23, assisted by Mathys Nemeth and Oiva Lyttinen. However, the North Stars quickly responded, with Giff Bradbury leveling the score just 18 seconds later at 11:41, assisted by Joseph Knaus and Laurent Godbout.

2nd Period:

The North Stars took the lead in the second period as K.C. Levers scored at 3:35, with an assist from Sang Tianzhi and Jessy Soucy. The High Rollers answered back promptly with a goal from Steve Banga at 4:22, assisted by Leon Christensen and Vladimir Khokhlachev. The North Stars regained the lead with goals from Sang Tianzhi at 12:21, assisted by Jessy Soucy, and Mikko Tasanen at 13:35, assisted by Jamey Fequet and Iisakki Wallen. Marly Ruttan of the High Rollers narrowed the gap with a goal at 16:55, assisted by Barnabas Vilezsal and Antoni Petherbridge.

3rd Period:

The North Stars extended their lead early in the third period as Joseph Knaus scored at 1:52, with assists from Laurent Godbout and K.C. Levers. Cole Mcure of the High Rollers served a minor penalty for hooking at 15:44, but neither team managed to capitalize on the power play.

Goalie Stats:

Emilio Istad of the North Stars delivered a solid performance in goal, making 29 saves out of 32 shots for a save percentage of 0.906, earning him the win with a final score of 12-5-2. Kyllian Lind tended the net for the High Rollers, making 33 saves out of 38 shots for a save percentage of 0.868, despite suffering the loss with a final score of 17-13-1.

Three Stars:

The official three stars of the game were awarded to:

  1. Sang Tianzhi (North Stars) - Contributed with a goal and an assist
  2. K.C. Levers (North Stars) - Scored a goal and provided an assist
  3. Joseph Knaus (North Stars) - Contributed with a goal and an assist

In a thrilling contest, the North Stars showcased their offensive firepower and solid teamwork to secure the win over the High Rollers.

 

 

Moose vs Chaos

In a game packed with action, the Chaos emerged victorious over the Mighty Moose in a high-scoring battle.

1st Period:

The Mighty Moose got off to a quick start as Lloyd Mceachern scored just 1 minute and 51 seconds into the game, with an assist from Abel Skipper. However, the Chaos responded with a goal from Yegor Mylnikov at 9:36, assisted by Grels Hohka. The period also saw Maksim Lalancette of the Chaos serving a minor penalty for high sticking.

2nd Period:

The Chaos took control in the second period, with Newton Dee scoring at 14:26, assisted by Thomas Braaksma. They extended their lead with goals from Aatami Kevari at 15:43, assisted by Lalancette and Konstantin Pastushenko, and Newton Dee again at 15:58 on the power play, with Lalancette and Pastushenko registering assists. Mceachern of the Mighty Moose served a minor penalty for tripping during this period.

3rd Period:

The Chaos continued their offensive onslaught in the third period, with B.J. Zack scoring at 8:55, assisted by Anthoni Pears and Braaksma. Konstantin Pastushenko added another goal at 12:29, with assists from Mylnikov and Hohka. Quinn Millbank and Layton Neveu of the Chaos each served minor penalties during the period.

Goalie Stats:

Innis Knox of the Chaos delivered an outstanding performance in goal, making 38 saves out of 39 shots for an impressive save percentage of 0.974, earning him the win with a final score of 6-7-3. Marco Rutherford tended the net for the Mighty Moose, making 28 saves out of 34 shots for a save percentage of 0.824, despite suffering the loss with a final score of 13-10-1.

Three Stars:

The official three stars of the game were awarded to:

  1. Innis Knox (CHA) - Stellar goaltending performance
  2. Newton Dee (CHA) - Contributed with two goals
  3. Konstantin Pastushenko (CHA) - Contributed with a goal and two assists

In a dominant performance, the Chaos showcased their offensive prowess and solid goaltending to secure the win over the Mighty Moose.

 

 

Orcas vs Harfang

In a thrilling match between the Orcas and the Harfang, the Harfang emerged victorious in a high-scoring affair.

1st Period:

The Harfang got off to a strong start with Josef Dolnicek netting the opening goal at 13:33, assisted by Dillon Salerno and Vsevolod Neretin. They quickly followed up with another goal, this time by Osma Gullfors at 16:31, assisted by Wil Garland and Dwight Robichaud.

2nd Period:

The Orcas fought back early in the second period, as Eetu-Pekka Pylsy found the back of the net at 1:01, with an assist from Jamal Gratton. However, the Harfang responded swiftly, with Jesse Podloski scoring just 36 seconds later at 1:37, assisted by Isiah Bruton. They extended their lead with another goal from Wil Garland at 11:12, with assists from Nichlas Bjorklund and Osma Gullfors.

3rd Period:

Despite both teams' efforts, there were no goals scored in the final period.

Penalties:

Mikko-Matti Forsblad of the Orcas and Nichlas Bjorklund of the Harfang were both penalized for fighting at 11:40 of the third period.

Goalie Stats:

Ludvik Lyngmo of the Harfang delivered a stellar performance between the pipes, making 31 saves out of 32 shots for an impressive save percentage of 0.969, earning him the win with a final score of 11-3-1. Yefim Rogozhkin tended the net for the Orcas, making 28 saves out of 32 shots for a save percentage of 0.875, despite suffering the loss with a final score of 3-4-0.

Three Stars:

The official three stars of the game were awarded to:

  1. Wil Garland (Harfang) - Contributed with a goal and an assist
  2. Osma Gullfors (Harfang) - Scored a goal and provided an assist
  3. Ludvik Lyngmo (Harfang) - Stellar goaltending performance

In an exciting game filled with scoring opportunities, the Harfang's offensive prowess and strong goaltending led them to a well-deserved victory over the Orcas.

 

Mustangs vs Samurai

In a matchup between the Mustangs and the Samurai, the game unfolded with skilled plays and thrilling moments.

1st Period:

The Mustangs took an early lead as Pete Sandhu scored at 10:19, with an assist from Miihkali Haataja. Both teams saw penalties during the period, with Herbert Pohjolainen of the Mustangs and Ragnvald Myntti of the Samurai each serving minor penalties for infractions.

2nd Period:

The Samurai quickly responded in the second period, with Sterling Capelle scoring just 37 seconds into the period, assisted by Kenneth Pehrson. However, the Mustangs regained the lead with goals from Tikhon Lemyasev at 7:08, assisted by Rurik Pietsalo, and Rodney Brockman at 14:18, assisted by Jimmy Ruddell and Sergey Krivulya. Craig Lythgoe of the Samurai was penalized for tripping during the period.

3rd Period:

The Samurai fought back in the third period, as Leimo Ali scored at 3:11, with assists from Nevin Callaghan and Karim Hogdal. Zaine Bosch of the Mustangs incurred a penalty for delaying the game at 14:53.

Goalie Stats:

Ruben Junnilainen of the Mustangs delivered a standout performance in goal, making 35 saves out of 37 shots for a save percentage of 0.946, earning him the win with a final score of 9-14-3. Karim Hogdal tended the net for the Samurai, making 24 saves out of 27 shots for a save percentage of 0.889, despite suffering the loss with a final score of 10-11-3.

Three Stars:

The official three stars of the game were awarded to:

  1. Ruben Junnilainen (Mustangs) - Outstanding goaltending performance
  2. Pete Sandhu (Mustangs) - Key goal to kick off the scoring
  3. Rodney Brockman (Mustangs) - Contributed with a crucial goal

 

 

 

 

 

MILITIA vs Trident

In a thrilling contest between the MILITIA and Trident, the game unfolded with dramatic moments and skilled plays on both ends of the ice.

1st Period:

The opening period saw both teams battling hard, but neither managed to find the back of the net. However, there were penalties as Zack Blanch of Trident received a minor penalty for high sticking early in the period, followed by Marc-Andre Larochelle being called for goalie interference later on.

2nd Period:

Ezra Baskerville broke the deadlock for the Militia at 13:05, assisted by Russ Berlin and Melvin Hertz. Trident quickly responded with a goal from Marc-Andre Larochelle at 13:54, assisted by Lenny Koonts and Valentin Lokhanov, tying the game.

3rd Period:

The Militia regained the lead in the third period, as Ron Lebar scored at 10:52, with assists from Ed Zandbeek and Carl-Luc Alzner. However, Trident answered back with a goal from Andrei Flatley at 13:57, assisted by Garland Newkirk and Zack Blanch, leveling the score once again.

Overtime #1:

Despite intense efforts from both teams, neither managed to score in the overtime period, sending the game into a shootout.

Shootout:

Amadeus Helm scored for the Militia, while Andrew Wiewel made a crucial save on Garland Newkirk's attempt for Trident. Oleg Svitov then scored for the Militia, but Trident responded with a goal from Stanley Cyncar. Ed Zandbeek sealed the victory for the Militia with another goal in the shootout.

Goalie Stats:

Andrew Wiewel of the Militia delivered a stellar performance, making 32 saves out of 34 shots for a save percentage of 0.941, earning him the win with a final score of 19-3-1. Parttyli Kruus tended the net for Trident, making 35 saves out of 37 shots for a save percentage of 0.946, despite suffering the overtime loss with a final score of 6-15-6.

Three Stars:

The official three stars of the game were awarded to:

  1. Parttyli Kruus (Trident) - Outstanding goaltending performance
  2. Andrew Wiewel (Militia) - Stellar goaltending performance
  3. Ron Lebar (Militia) - Key goal to help secure the win

In a closely contested matchup, the Militia emerged victorious over Trident in a shootout thriller, showcasing their resilience and determination to claim the victory

 

 

 

Dynasty vs Knights 

 

In a highly charged match between the Dynasty and the Knights, the Knights emerged victorious in a game filled with intense action and multiple goals.

1st Period:

The Knights started the scoring on a power play opportunity, with Timothy Chisholm netting the first goal of the game at 15:34, assisted by Toby Hornbrook. Both teams faced penalties during the period, with Trafim Zaleski of the Knights and Vladimir Zayev of the Dynasty each serving minor penalties. Chisholm also incurred a minor penalty for high sticking.

2nd Period:

The Dynasty responded in the second period, as Chris Neurauter found the back of the net at 13:12, with assists from Zayev and Eyck Eismann, tying the game. However, the Knights regained the lead late in the period, with Uno Thun scoring at 18:57, assisted by Glynn Simpson.

3rd Period:

The Knights dominated the third period with a flurry of goals. Vilppu Lavinen struck early at 0:10, followed by power play goals from Reinhold Lahdo at 4:19 and Tomas Rydval at 6:40. The Dynasty managed to narrow the gap with a goal from Eismann at 8:53, but it wasn't enough to mount a comeback. The period was marked by several penalties, including cross-checking, slashing, and fighting infractions. 

 

Goalie Stats:

Ingemar Sjoberg of the Knights delivered a standout performance in goal, making 34 saves out of 36 shots for a save percentage of 0.944, earning him the win with a final score of 13-7-2. J.T. Macleish tended the net for the Dynasty, making 35 saves out of 40 shots for a save percentage of 0.875, despite suffering the loss with a final score of 11-17-3.

 

Three Stars:

The official three stars of the game were awarded to:

  1. Reinhold Lahdo (Knights) - 1 goal, 1 assist
  2. Tomas Rydval (Knights) - 1 goal, 1 assist
  3. Ingemar Sjoberg (Knights) - Stellar goaltending performance

In a game characterized by offensive firepower and physical play, the Knights emerged victorious, showcasing their scoring prowess and defensive resilience to secure the win over the Dynasty.

 

Dockheads VS Blues 

 

In a tightly contested matchup between the Dockheads and Blues, both teams battled fiercely throughout the game.

1st Period:

The opening period saw a defensive struggle, with neither team managing to find the back of the net. However, both teams incurred penalties, with Kaarl Kontturi of the Blues receiving a minor penalty for slashing at 0:51, and Duma Dodrescu also serving a minor penalty for cross-checking at 18:05.

2nd Period:

The Blues broke the deadlock midway through the second period, as Hampus Ollilainen scored his 8th goal of the season at 10:41, assisted by Loughlin Dowe and Mikhail Tsvetkov. The Dockheads quickly responded, with Eric Picklyk netting his 3rd goal of the season at 12:38, assisted by Rawley Boney and Harper Frick. However, the Blues regained the lead just over a minute later, as Wesley Groulx scored his 1st goal of the season at 14:19, with Ollilainen notching his second point of the game with an assist.

3rd Period:

Trailing by a goal, the Dockheads surged back in the third period. Aiden Wourms tied the game at 2-2 with his 2nd goal of the season at 11:26, assisted by Joran De Haan. The Dockheads then took the lead late in the period, as Eric Picklyk scored his 2nd goal of the game and 4th of the season at 16:48, with assists from Bedrich Visek and Hartley OCurry.

Goalie Stats:

Cooper Fornataro of the Dockheads delivered a stellar performance in net, making 34 saves out of 36 shots for a save percentage of 0.944, earning him the win with a final score of 14-12-2. Sampa Paunonen tended the net for the Blues, making 32 saves out of 35 shots for a save percentage of 0.914, despite suffering the loss with a final score of 18-8-2.

Three Stars:

The official three stars of the game were awarded to:

  1. Eric Picklyk (Dockheads) - 2 goals
  2. Hampus Ollilainen (Blues) - 1 goal, 1 assist
  3. Harper Frick (Dockheads) - 1 assist

In a thrilling contest, the Dockheads emerged victorious over the Blues, capitalizing on timely scoring and solid goaltending to secure the win.

 

 

 


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LTLHL Midseason Analysis: A Tale of Two Conferences

As the LTLHL season reaches its midway point, the standings reveal a clear divide between the Northern and Southern Conferences. Let's take a closer look at how each conference's teams are faring and what we can expect in the remainder of the season.

Northern Conference

1. Militia (61 points): The Militia have dominated the conference, boasting a league-best 29 wins. Their balanced play, with strong offense and defense, makes them a formidable force heading into the second half.

2. Twisters (46 points): Despite a recent slump, the Twisters are still a force to be reckoned with. Their ability to score goals has kept them competitive, and they'll look to tighten up defensively to maintain their position.

3. Harfang (46 points): The Harfang have been consistent but will need to find another gear to challenge the top teams. Their success will hinge on maintaining their defensive discipline and finding more scoring opportunities.

4. Stingrays (48 points): With a three-game winning streak, the Stingrays are gaining momentum. Their recent success has been fueled by strong defensive play and timely scoring.

5. Mighty Moose (46 points): The Moose have been competitive, but their inconsistency has hindered them. They'll need to find more balance to secure a higher seed heading into the playoffs.

6. Blizzard (45 points): The Blizzard have shown flashes of brilliance but need more consistency to climb higher in the standings. Their fate may depend on their ability to win close games.

7. Bandits (43 points): The Bandits have been solid but will need to find another level to compete with the top teams. They'll look to tighten up defensively and capitalize on scoring opportunities.

8. Redbull (43 points): The Redbull have been a surprise this season, with strong play on both ends of the ice. They'll need to maintain their intensity to secure a playoff spot.

9. Knights (42 points): The Knights have been competitive but will need to improve their defensive play to move up in the standings. Their success will hinge on their ability to limit scoring chances.

10. Samurai (42 points): The Samurai have been competitive but will need to find another gear to challenge the top teams. Their success will hinge on their ability to generate more scoring opportunities.

11. Chaos (41 points): The Chaos have been competitive but will need to improve their defensive play to move up in the standings. Their success will hinge on their ability to limit scoring chances.

12. Maulers (37 points): The Maulers have struggled this season, but they'll look to finish strong and build momentum heading into next season.

Southern Conference

1. Blues (56 points): The Blues have been dominant, with strong play on both ends of the ice. They'll look to maintain their intensity and secure the top seed heading into the playoffs.

2. Razorbacks (54 points): The Razorbacks have been strong, with a four-game winning streak propelling them up the standings. Their success will hinge on their ability to maintain their defensive discipline.

3. Orcas (51 points): The Orcas have been solid, with a balanced attack and strong defense. They'll look to continue their success and secure a high seed in the playoffs.

4. Privateers (48 points): The Privateers have been competitive, with a recent winning streak boosting their confidence. They'll look to continue their success and secure a playoff spot.

5. Muertos (45 points): The Muertos have been competitive but will need to find another gear to challenge the top teams. Their success will hinge on their ability to generate more scoring opportunities.

6. North Stars (44 points): The North Stars have been solid but will need to improve their defensive play to move up in the standings. Their success will hinge on their ability to limit scoring chances.

7. High Rollers (43 points): The High Rollers have been a surprise this season, with strong play on both ends of the ice. They'll need to maintain their intensity to secure a playoff spot.

8. Dockheads (42 points): The Dockheads have struggled recently, but they'll look to turn things around and secure a playoff spot.

9. Royals (42 points): The Royals have been competitive but will need to find another gear to challenge the top teams. Their success will hinge on their ability to generate more scoring opportunities.

10. Dynasty (37 points): The Dynasty have struggled this season, but they'll look to finish strong and build momentum heading into next season.

11. Mustangs (31 points): The Mustangs have struggled this season, but they'll look to finish strong and build momentum heading into next season.

12. Trident (23 points): The Trident have had a tough season but will look to finish strong and build for the future.

As the LTLHL season progresses, expect the top teams to continue their dominance while others fight for playoff spots. The race to the championship will be fierce, with every team looking to etch their name in history.


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All Star Game

In the second annual All Star Game the Northern Conference defeated the Southern Conference.  View the box score here 


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Farm All Star Selections

For the Western Conference - 

Centers - 

Cade Calkins, Devils (BAN)

Wray Flammand, Devils (BAN)

Keaton Kanji, Yeti(CHA)

Same Webber, Kings(SAM)

Left Wing - 

Adrien Karygiannis, Guppies (RAZ)

Jason Johans, Nailers(HIG)

Zayden Rankine, Outlaws, (MUE)

Phillippe-Olivier Jansen, Wolverines(TRI)

Right Wing - 

Gordon Peltokangas, Wolverines(TRI)

Scott Baldwin, Guppies(RAZ)

Errol Merwin, Jazz(BLU)

Dauren Abdykarimov, Yeti(CHA)

Defense - 

Vilem Zavorka, Auroras, (ORC)

Sergey Izvolin, Vipers(TWI)

Pelle JOnson, Outlaws(MUE)

Bohdan Palamarchuk, Hornets(DOC)

Arnt Pfeffer, Wolverines(TRI)

Mikhail Pervago, Jacks(BLI)

Goalies - 

Zachary Andjelic, Jacks(BLI)

Jesse Reino, Guppies(RAZ)

Luis Henrich, Jazz(BLU)

 

For the Eastern Conference

Centers - 

Andres Hisey, Cherry Pickers(MUS)

Stephan Preston, Schooners(STI)

Bryan Weiss, Spartans(KNI)

Keven Brereton, Comets(NOR)

Left Wings - 

Roch Fingland, Northmen(HAR)

Kolter Galbraith, Stingers(MAU)

Leon Kwok, Cherry Pickers(MUS)

Motoichi Marugo, Spartans(KNI)

Right WIngs - 

River McQuiston, Wild Wings(MIL)

Valery Adlerov, Comets(NOR)

Dustin Van Buskirk, Rampage(PRI)

Cameron Prigione, Bulldogs(RED)

Defense - 

Adolfo Bakewell, Comets(NOR)

Fernando Langlois, Northmen(HAR)

Donovan Valcourt, Ravens(MIG)

Clifford Florey, Bulldogs(RED)

Vladimir Aleksandrov, Rock(DYN)

Dino Hartney, Schooners(STI)

Goalies - 

Jean-Daniel Dhaliwal, Rampage(PRI)

Rico Sullentrop, Spartans(KNI)

Jeremie Soderberg, Knights(ROY)

 


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3.

1Rochester

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5.

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BLI452217650
BAN452218549
SAM451919745

North East USA Division

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KNI442316551
STI462319450
MIG452218549

Eastern Canada Division

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RED452319349
CHA451917947
MAU442022242

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MUE452415654
HIG452222145
DYN451822541

Mid West Division

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RAZ452813460
NOR452217650
DOC452219448
MUS451625436

South East Division

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PRI452618153
ROY452318450
TRI451126830

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