Alumni Scoreboard+3 Stars

THREE STARS

  1. Austin Smith, Idaho Steelheads (ECHL): The 2008 Fred Page Cup Champion has found his scoring touch once again. Smith is red-hot right now for the Steelheads, stringing together 11 goals and 15 points in his last nine games. On the weekend Smith scored four goals, as Idaho took three out of four points from a road series in Ontario, California. Smith scored the tying and game-winning goals in Friday’s 3-2 win over the Reign. Then on Saturday Smith scored two more, tying the game twice, including forcing overtime with the Steelhead’s fourth goal with just 18 seconds left in the third. Idaho would eventually lose 5-4 in OT on Saturday but it was Smith’s heroics that guaranteed them at least one point

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  2.  Mario Lucia, Notre Dame Fighting Irish (CCHA): Didn’t this kid have a broken bone in his leg that was supposed to slow him down? Yes, but no. Lucia, picked up three points on the weekend, as ND swept Michigan State by scores of 3-2 and 5-1. On Friday, Lucia scored a go-ahead goal and setup the game-winner in the Irish’s 3-2 win over the Spartans. On Saturday the left-winger had an assist in the 5-1 victory; Steven Fogarty also scored on that night. Lucia is averaging a point per-game since returning from his off-season injury, as he has five goals and eight points. Many thought his leg injury was going to hurt his chances at making the US World Junior team but he’s proving everyone wrong…again. *UPDATE: For the second straight week, Lucia was named CCHA Rookie of the Week Monday

  3. Mike Reilly, Minnesota Golden Gophers (WCHA): The youngest of the Reilly clan put together a solid weekend in Colorado Springs, as Minnesota picked up three out of a possible four points over Colorado College. On Friday, Reilly had an assist in Minnesota’s 4-2 win over CC and then on Saturday, Reilly scored in a back-and-forth 4-4 tie. The Columbus Blue Jackets draft pick now has two goals and 10 points in 17 games on the blue-line, and seems to be finding his stride just in time for the US World Junior camp. Like Lucia, Reilly is getting hot just at the right time and has a good chance of playing hockey in Russia over the holidays.

ALUMNI SCOREBOARD

AHL                                                               GP G-A-PTS

Charlotte Checkers Zac Dalpe F (3RD year) 23 6-9-15

Portland Pirates Brett Hextall F (2ND year) 21 3-1-4

Oklahoma City Barons Tanner House F (2ND year) 12 1-0-1

Texas Stars Austin Smith F (Rookie) 1 0-0-0

Springfield Falcons Ryan Johansen F (Rookie) 22 8-10-18

Wilkes-Barre / Scranton Penguins Beau Bennett F (Rookie) 22 5-14-19

Brad Thiessen G (4th year) 6 3-2-0-0-13.17 GAA

Worchester Sharks Brodie Reid F (2nd year) GP 9 4-4-8

ECHL                                                                        GP G-A-PTS

Greenville Road Warriors Deron Cousens D (2nd year) 8 0-0-0

Idaho Steelheads Austin Smith F (1st year) 15 4-16-20

Bakersfield Condors Evan Trupp F (2nd year) 24 1-10-11

Reading Royals Bryant Molle D (1st season) 20 0-4-4

Wheeling Nailers Denver Manderson F (2nd season) 1 0-0-0 *Injured Reserve

WCHA                                                                                     GP G-A-PTS

Denver University Pioneers Joey Laleggia D (Sophomore) 16 7-8-15

North Dakota Fighting Sioux Mark MacMillan F (Sophomore) 16 6-6-12

                                                  Brendon O’Donnell F (Sophomore) 15 1-4-5

St. Cloud State Huskies Garrett Milan F (Sophomore) 11 1-1-2

Joey Holka F (Sophomore) 15 2-5-7

Joey Benik F (Freshman) *Injured

Minnesota Gophers Connor Reilly F (Freshman) *Medical Redshirt

                                    Mike Reilly D (Freshman) 17 2-8-10

                                    Ryan Reilly F (Freshman) 5 0-1-1

Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs Derik Johnson D (Sophomore) 12 0-3-3

Minnesota State-Mankato Mavericks Bryce Gervais F (Freshman) 16 3-0-3

Nick Buchanan D (Freshman) 11 0-0-0

Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks James Polk F (Sophomore) 14 1-0-1

 

HOCKEY EAST                                                                   G-A-PTS

Boston College Eagles Isaac MacLeod D (Junior) 14 1-1-2

U-Mass Minutemen Eric Filiou F (Junior) 13 0-1-1

U-Mass-Lowell Riverhawks Logan Johnston F (Freshman) 1 0-0-0

Northeastern Huskies Bryan Mountain G (Senior) 5 0-4-1 2.85 GAA 1 SO

Vermont Catamounts Kyle Mountain F (Junior) 11 0-1-1

CCHA                                                                                   G-A-PTS

Alaska Nanooks Kaare Odegard D (Senior) 17 2-1-3

Bowling Green Falcons Ryan Viselli F (Junior) 13 0-1-1

Ferris State Bulldogs Travis Ouellette F (Senior) 16 4-7-11

Miami RedHawks Curtis McKenzie F (Senior) 14 4-6-10

Notre Dame Fighting Irish Steven Fogarty F (Freshman) 17 4-1-5

Mario Lucia F (Freshman) 8 5-3-8

Northern Michigan Wildcats Jake Johnson F (Junior) 8 2-1-3

Ohio State Buckeyes Devon Krogh D (Senior) 11 1-2-3

Ohio State Buckeyes Alex Szczechura F (Junior) 13 1-5-6

 

ECAC                                                                           G-A-PTS

Clarkson Golden Knights Ben Sexton F (Junior) 11 4-6-10

Princeton Tigers Sean Bonar G (Junior) GP 3 0-0-0 4.59 GAA

Quinnipiac Bobcats Travis St. Denis F (Freshman) 15 3-4-7

                                         Mike Garteig G (Freshman) GP 3 0-1-0 2.45 GAA

Rensselaer Engineers Bo Dolan D (Junior) 11 1-0-1

                                        Luke Curadi D (Sophomore) 13 0-1-1

Atlantic Hockey Association

Rochester Institute of Technology Tigers Brad Reid F (Sophomore) 14 3-4-7

Robert Morris Colonials Jimmy Geerin D (Junior) 9 0-1-1

D-l Independent

Penn State Nittany Lions Curtis Loik F (Freshman) 11 2-2-4

Div lll                                                                                   G-A-PTS

 St. Norbert Green Knights Kyle Beaulieu D (Freshman) 11 0-2-2

CIS                                                                                           GP G-A-PTS

University of Windsor Lancers Paul Bezzo D (Sophomore) 12 0-4-4

University of Western Ontario Mustangs Matt Paltridge D (Junior) 16 1-2-3

University of Lethbridge Pronghorns Mark Hall F (Sophomore) 15 0-0-0

                                                          Tyler Hlookoff D (Sophomore) 14 1-1-2

 

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