Juliette Bravin, MYHA Gold
Juliette enjoys playing center and thrives on aggression, speed and loves to win puck battles. She enjoyed a summer of hard work on the ice developing skating and stickhandling skills.
Lennon Forczek, Igloo Jaguars
Lennon is entering his first year with the Jaguars eager to make an impact. He is a hard worker that will bring excitement and energy to the team.
Greg Alashaian, NJ Bandits Grey
Greg is a fast skating forward with an accurate shot who will look to make a big impact this weekend at the AHF’s first showcase.
Greg Watkins, Delaware Ducks
Greg is a forward with a lethal combination of speed and hands. He is tough for a defenseman to contain when he gets a burst of speed up the ice.
Johnny Gallagher, Royals Hockey Club National
Johnny is forward capable of playing both wing and center. He is an excellent playmaker with the ability to put the puck in the back of the net as well.
Patrick Powers, Team Philadelphia
Patrick uses his speed when he is out on the ice to make an impact. He is an excellent puck-mover and uses his ability to help his team win.
Liam Chris-Luca, Igloo Jaguars
Liam is a new addition to the Jaguars that coaches are excited about. He possesses a great hockey instinct as he looks to make an impact this weekend.
Blase Bozzuto, Ashburn Xtreme 2
Blase’s combination of speed and stickhandling skills make him dangerous to opposing defensemen. In an era where speed is the name of the game, this is definitely a forward to keep an eye out for.
Vincent Tirado, Jersey Shore Wildcats
Vincent has the excellent puck-moving ability to help set his teammates up for goals. He is smart with the puck and makes the right plays needed to win.
Nikolai Kovall, Delaware Ducks
Nikolai is a fast skater who has a nose for the net. He uses his strong shot to his advantage to help his team win.
Caleb Cecchetti, Ashburn Xtreme 2
Caleb possesses a deadly combination of speed and stick handling skills. On top of this, he has a deadly shot he uses to score for his team.
Mason Filato, North Jersey Skylands Kings White
Mason possesses excellent passing abilities to help set his teammates up for big goals. He is a team-first player and brings a great attitude every game.
Gianni Melfi, Royals Hockey Club American
Gianni has excellent defensive instincts and is a great skater. He is someone on the team who loves to lead by example and works hard on the ice.
Ben Sneeringer, Tomorrow’s North Stars
Ben is someone who loves to play defense. He is a hard worker in front of the net and does a great job moving the puck and racking up assists.
Jack Ferry, Delaware Ducks
Jack is a steady defenseman who is strong in his own zone. He can contribute offensively too with his strong shot from the blue line.
Braden Groves, MYHA Gold
Ben is a skilled defenseman with a strong stride who is as fluent skating backward as he is skating forward. When not on the ice, Braden practices in the family garage to continue to improve his skills.
Cullen Almond, NJ Bandits Grey
Cullen is a strong two-way defenseman with a hard shot to boot. It can be trouble when he lets a shot go from the point.
Connor Pendleton, Ashburn Xtreme 2
Connor is a strong defensive-minded defenseman who uses physicality to his advantage. He can also contribute offensively too with his excellent passes.
Luke Cunningham, Royals Hockey Club National
Luke’s skating is powerful, dynamic, and oftentimes deceptive. While posing an offensive threat anywhere on the ice, Luke has made a living in the defensive corners and around his own net.
Brady Farbman, Jersey Shore Wildcats
Brady loves to join the rush as a defenseman. He has had many clutch moments throughout his career and is an impact player.
Kaden Chamberlain, North Jersey Skylands Kings White
Kaden is an excellent poke checker and is excellent in the defensive end. He is a fast skater and isn’t afraid to do what it takes to stop the opposition.
James O’Neill, Royals Hockey Club American
James has been described by his coach as “our brick wall.” He is constantly showing a strong work ethic and is a student of the game.
Brady Marksamer, Tomorrow’s North Stars
Brady uses his size to come out, challenge and cut down angles on opposing skaters. His favorite goaltender is Henrik Lundqvist.
Logan Mitchell, Royals Hockey Club National
Logan leaves opposing scorers shaking their heads and coaches nodding in approval. Whether it’s his sound positioning or ability to make some unbelievable stops with his great pushes and terrific reflexes, Logan continues to impress everyone.
Gabriel Hernandez, MYHA Gold
Gabriel has great eye-hand coordination, enjoys tracking the puck and blocking, attributes that build on his year-round baseball skills as a centerfielder. If players ever hear a song while on the ice, it’s because, on a breakaway, he says he hums to himself to keep his nerves down while tracking.
Justin Pribish, Team Philadelphia
Justin is a strong goaltender in between the pipes who looks to help lead Team Philadelphia to some big wins this weekend.
Marko Stulic, Jersey Shore Wildcats
Marko is a very intelligent netminder. He never gives his net up and is always in a position to make a big save.
Arabella DeKorte, North Jersey Skylands Kings White
Nicknamed “Kings Squirt A’s Great Wall of China,” Arabella works hard every practice to be the best netminder she can be. She is dedicated to being the best she can be as well as a great teammate.
Gavin Ehret, Hollydell Hurricanes
Ehret has a knack for scoring goals; having multiple goal outings last season. With solid positioning away from the puck, crisp passing, and speed in his game Erhet is a four-tool threat for the Hurricanes.
Colin Mullin, Royals Hockey Club American
In only his second year of hockey, Mullin has taken to the game very quickly. With a leadership ability and always cheering on his teammates, Mullin leads by example with his hard work and dedication to the game. Mullin is a multi-sport athlete, as he also plays baseball, basketball, and floor hockey.
Trey Frederico, Igloo Jaguars
With top offnensive skill, Frederico is projected to be a big part of the Jaguars’ offense this season. Solid quickness and a good shot makes Frederico a threat every game.
Alex Gasparon, Hollydell Hurricanes
A well-versed passer, Gasparon can use his speed to get open and dish the puck to his teammates. Gasparon is also very sound positionally, as well as having a little grit to round out his game.
Connor Faulkenstien, Igloo Jaguars
With his keen sight on the ice, Faulkenstein is able to find his teammates in prime scoring areas. A shifty forward, Faulkenstein is able to evade the defense and create opportunities.
Chase Tomasso, Hollydell Hurricanes
Tomasso is a speedy forward who possesses a solid shot. Another tenacious forward for Hollydell, Tomasso is able to get to the puck quickly and create chances for his squad.
Charles Kapusniak, Hollydell Hurricanes
Another multi-threat player for Hollydell, Kapusniak has a great shot to compliment his speed and vision of the ice. While he may be an offensive threat, he also compliments his play on the defensive end by being in positioning and transitioning his style away from the puck.
Alexander Saletnik, Royals Hockey Club American
Thanks to his speed skating backward, Saletnik is able to keep the play in front of him in his own zone. A big key to his game is not only battling for pucks on the boards, but also making sure to clear the crease for his goalie after a save. A gamer on the ice and on the console, Saletnik enjoys being around his teammates and making the game fun. Saletnik also overcomes adversity, as he is deaf, but he hasn’t let that hinder his solid play for the Royals.
Ben O’Connor, Igloo Hurricanes
With plenty of offensive talent, O’Connor is a dual threat in the defenseman role. On top of that, O’Connor’s size and smooth skating compliments his play away from the puck.
Olivia Ash, Hollydell Hurricanes
With great vision on the ice, Ash is able to quickly transition the play up the ice for offensive chances. On top of that, Ash’s positioning and poise allows for protection in the defensive zone
Tyler Cockerham, Igloo Jaguars
Cockerham possesses a solid positional game in the crease. His biggest attribute, however, is a quick glove hand that is able to stonewall the opposition.
Emleyn Costello, Hollydell Hurricanes
While there’s plenty of support in front, Costello is able to help as the last line of defense. Learning each game, Costello’s tenacity in net compliments the other well-rounded parts of this Hollydell team.
Brody Acropolis, Brick Hockey Club
Leading the team in all offensive categories, Acropolis netted two hat tricks during the showcase. His 11 points was tied for first among all U14A players in the showcase.
Spencer Applebaum, Jersey Shore Wildcats White
With nine goals and 11 points in three games, Applebaum put the Wildcats on his shoulders in the showcase. The drive in Applebaum was noticeable with his strong skating and relentless play all throughout the weekend.
Connor Blewett, Philadelphia Blazers
Despite not being the biggest player on the ice, Blewett showed up in a big way being a pest and not giving up an inch for the puck all weekend. Blewett’s heart and soul effort showed the fight that was in the Blazers team in the showcase.
Ben Skutnik, North Jersey Aspen Kings Grey
The kid known as “Spuds” led the team in points with seven, four of them being goals. The center was playing with plenty of jump in his play and knew this was a place for him to step up his game to another level.
Connor Martin, Haverford Hawks White
With six goals in four games, Martin helped the Hawks offensively by also leading the team in points with nine. Despite being short handed at center, Martin compete and energy shone through and kept the Hawks going all weekend.
Brandon Clayton, Jersey Shore Wildcats Black
Leading the way with six goals and eight points, Clayton’s skill was on full display this weekend. With his magician-like puck handling, Clayton chipped in on one-third of his team’s scoring.
Braeden McClure, York Devils
With a two-goal game to open up the showcase, McClure helped the Devils’ offensive production. Not only that, but McClure was a big part of the marathon shootout by netting four goals on his attempts.
Kaden Longo, Team Philadelphia
A new addition to Team Philadelphia who is proving to be a strong offensive threat. Put up 5 points in the opening weekend, contributing points in three of four games. Also brings a balanced approach and demonstrates his ability to play on both ends of the ice.
Brendan Cardarelli, Team Philadelphia
A versatile player who made the transition from defense to offense in the second game of the weekend as Team Philadelphia made some early season adjustments. During his first game on offense, Brendan put up an impressive two goals and three assists.
Luke Rudo, Brick Hockey Club
Not a part of the pre-tournament players to watch, Rudo made a case to be on that list from here on out. Rudo led the BHC defense in scoring with two goals and four points on the weekend, as well as helping his team secure two shutouts for their goalie.
Brandon Truax, Haverford Hawks White
A dual threat on the back-end and playing a little forward, Truax added plenty of physical presence to the Haverford game. The physical play of Truax gave the Hawks that extra spark when they needed it.
Charlie Wagenbach, North Jersey Aspen Kings Grey
Having to play every other shift definitely got Wagenbach noticed this weekend. The left-handed defenseman battled throughout the weekend and was able to tally an assist in the opening game of the weekend.
Leah Yedwab, Igloo Jaguars
Making sure to stand her ground, Yedwab was a presence in front of the Jaguars’ net and didn’t back down from a battle. With a solid hockey IQ and quick feet, Yedwab has a breakout performance for herself this weekend.
Drew Diech, Igloo Jaguars
With a flair for the dramatic, Diech got his first win with the Jaguars in a 13-round shootout against York. To add onto that, in his next game, Diech put up a shutout to mark his save percentage at .935 for the showcase.
Merrick Ferreira, North Jersey Aspen Kings Grey
Only allowing two goals on the weekend Ferreira was more than solid between the pipes. Stopping 50 out of 52 shots, Ferreira came away from the weekend with a .962 save percentage.
Bruno Mainardi, Haverford Hawks White
With timely saves and great communication with his defense, Mainardi kept the Hawks confidence high with him between the pipes. His communication helped stymie the forecheck, while also allowing a good first past out of the zone.
Zidane Brena, Team Philadelphia
Came out strong in his opening appearance of the year, making several dynamic saves which enabled his team to gain some momentum in their first game of the season. Also stood strong during a very tight game that eventually went to overtime. Zidane will be half of the very strong goaltending duo that Team Philadelphia has this year.
Byron Schultz, Capital City Vipers
Byron is a 2nd-year player that transitioned to wing and is strong on the puck. He has excellent backchecking skills and has a strong shot. Byron tied for the team lead with 4 points scoring two-goal and 2 assists along with two shootout goals.
Dylan Paranich, Igloo Jaguars Black
Dylan finished fourth in points for the U10 AA division, scoring ten goals and 11 points. He really showed his skills off when he was able to score on a penalty shot.
Owen Mitchell, New Jersey Bandits
Owen showed off his great hands and shot this weekend, finishing third in U10 AA in goals with eight.
Austin Shaw, North Jersey Avalanche Blue
Austin showed great speed to create many scoring opportunities on breakaways and off of face-offs. He used these skills to lead his team in points with five.
Josh Warren, York Devils
Josh is hustling every second he is out on the ice. He has great speed and agility which allowed him to create chances and record a team-leading nine goals and 14 points on the weekend.
Christian Leakas, North Jersey Avalanche Blue
Christian showed great awareness on the ice to consistently put himself in a position for scoring opportunities throughout the weekend. He recorded three goals and four points at the showcase.
Aaron Glasser, New Jersey Bandits
Aaron worked hard all weekend and his hard work showed up on the stat sheet. He has a great shot he used to score four goals, and his heads-up passing led him to four assists as well.
Justice Kuba, Capital City Vipers
Justice is an offensive Defenseman that can play all 5 positions. He led his team in goals with 3 and had 4 points in the showcase. Primarily plays a physical style of defense but his offense showed again when he scored a shootout winner this weekend.
Hunter Frasch, Igloo Jaguars Black
Hunter possesses great defensive and offensive instincts. In his game against the Suffolk P.A.L Sound Tigers, he dove to block two shots in the defensive zone. He showed off his goal-scoring abilities as well, bringing the puck from the neutral zone against the North Jersey Skylands Kings Navy and scoring from the top of the circle.
Bryson Miller, New Jersey Bandits
Bryson showed off his defensive instincts this weekend. He played strong in his own zone and played smothering defense all weekend.
Shane Flemming, York Devils
Shane showed off his speed and high competition level this weekend. He has a great attitude and even tallied two goals on the weekend as well.
Cooper Smith, Capital City Vipers
Cooper is a strong and physical defenseman that logs heavy minutes and is excellent on the PK. He shows strength down low and is physical in the corners and keeps the crease clean.
Aidan Dupey, Igloo Jaguars Black
Aidan is entering his first year in travel hockey and in his first showcase, he showed he belonged. He showed an ability to make saves in clutch moments and totaled 120 saves throughout the weekend.
Cullen Widener, York Devils
Cullen showed off his speed this past weekend when he was called upon in between the pipes. He came up with big saves and went 2-0 at the showcase.
Ella Long, Capital City Vipers
Ella is a goalie with great lateral movement and technique. She led her team to two shoot-out wins, stoping 5 out of 7 shootout attempts total.
Ethan Stremmel, York Devils
Ethan stood tall when called upon in net, stopping 27 shots against Ashburn. He has a high hockey IQ and brings competitive nature to every game he plays.
Nathan Ciccarelli, North Jersey Aspen Kings Blue
The two-way forward has shown a lot of grit in his game this season. Not afraid to mix it up in the corners, Ciccarelli has been a source of energy for North Jersey, putting up three points in seven divisional games.
Stephen Gresch, Hollydell Hurricanes Red
With 12 points in the teams first 11 games, Gresch is showing his leadership on the scoresheet; but behind the scenes, the respect of his teammates show his leadership off the rink. With plenty of hockey sense and solid hands, Gresch will be a threat for Hollydell this showcase.
Tucker Graham, Team Philadelphia
A proven goal scorer, Graham has seven goals in six AHF match-ups this season, tallying a hat trick in the August Showcase. With a keen nose for the net, Graham will be a big offensive player for Team Philadelphia this coming weekend.
Connor Hall, Montgomery Youth Hockey Blue
In his last two AHF match-ups, Hall has potted three goals and added four assists. Hall has climbed through the Montgomery AA ranks the past three years, but this one he has discovered a scoring touch to compliment his solid passing ability.
Nicholas Marino, New Jersey Bandits
With seven goals in five AHF contests, Marino has been a big bright spot for this Bandits team. Marino is in his second season at the U16 AA level and looks to have found his footing, surpassing his goal total from last year in 13 fewer games.
Landon Street, Ashburn Xtreme
After a strong season last year, Street is continuing that trend this year with nine points in four AHF games this season. Coming off a better than point-per-game season last year at the U16 AA level, Street’s skill and natural playmaking ability continues to mature as he does.
Caden Hall, York Devils
After a year off, Hall hasn’t missed a step with seven points in six AHF match-ups. Hall is able to evenly distribute the puck when needed and uses his hockey sense to know when he needs to shoot the puck.
Tommy Ryerson, North Jersey Aspen Kings Blue
Ryerson has been crucial for the North Jersey offense by being able to hold the blue line and keep possession going for the team. He’s also not afraid of getting physical, using his big frame to his advantage against the opposition.
Hayden Shield, York Devils
With a good first touch, Shield is one of the main components starting up the York offense. With solid footwork and vision, Shield provides a solid option from the blue line, but he’s not afraid to throw the body around against the opponents to stake his claim in his own zone.
Colton Weiss, Igloo Jaguars Black
One of the top scoring defenseman, Weiss has five points in five AHF contests so far. Weiss has come into his own this year offensively, taking more chances with the puck, which as yield solid offensive returns for the Jaguars.
Johans Bars, North Jersey Skyland Kings Navy
A solid puck-moving blueliner, Bars has been a solid on the point for the Skyland Kings. With three goals so far this season, Bars shows that he’s not afraid to take a shot when he’s needed to. He won’t force a shot, however, knowing when to find the open man for a better opportunity.
Dante DeFruscio, Team Philadelphia
With two of his three games in the AHF being shutouts, it’s not hard to see why DeFruscio is one of the top goalies in the U16 AA. Aided by a solid team in front of him, DeFruscio is able to see plenty of pucks coming his way and knows he’ll get plenty of goal support.
John Castle, York Devils
Sporting a 1.50 GAA in six games in the AHF, Castle has helped York go undefeated in those contests. Castle has only let up two goals in his last three starts for York and has been a big part of their success this season.
Zach Carter and Bailen Smargiassi, Hollydell Hurricanes Red
Both Carter and Smargiassi are backbones for the Hurricanes this season. Both have faced an average of 35 shots a game and have made big saves to keep Hollydell in many of their match-ups this season.
Nadav Emenecker, Igloo Jaguars
Emenecker just needed three games to hit double-digits in points. With nine goals and six assists on the weekend, Emenecker helped the Jaguars to a solid three-win weekend in their first slate of games in the AHF.
Anthony Kulp, Team Philadelphia Orange
With four multi-points games, Kulp made his presence known at the Showcase with six goals and five assists in four games. With his balanced attack and knowing when to shoot and when to pass, Kulp helped the Orange Team Philadelphia to a perfect weekend.
Logan Doyle, Grundy Senators
With seven points in four games, Doyle was a key part in the Senators’ undefeated weekend. Scoring four goals on Friday to set the tone, Doyle finished with six goals and an assist during the Showcase.
Jason Sassano, Jersey Shore Wildcats Black
In only three games, Sassano was able to pot three goals and register eight points for the Wildcats during the Showcase. His stickhandling ability and vision to set-up his teammates helped the Wildcats take two of three on the weekend.
Nicholas Denadai, Team Philadelphia White
Denadai had six goals in only four games for Team Philadelphia and led the way during their three win weekend. Denadai didn’t hold back when it came to the shooting aspect of the game, while also registering a hat-trick on Sunday’s morning match-up.
Sean Stevenson, Team Philadelphia Black
While he registered five points (1g, 4a) in his last two games of the Showcase, Stevenson helped lead the Philadelphia defense to a defensive showcase. Stevenson and the rest of Team Philadelphia’s defense held the opposition to two goals in four games and only 52 shots on goals in all four games (13 shots against per game).
Jake Chromcik, North Jersey Bandits
With four goals and five points in this Showcase, Chromcik stood out offensively– and not just from his 6’2 frame. The left-handed shot defender not only was stellar with the puck, but was able to use his size to keep the opposition to the outside and limiting key chances against the Bandits.
Aidan Holycross, St. James (Showcase)
In two games of action, Holycross faced 47 total shots and only let two behind him. With a GAA of 1.00 and a save percentage of .957, Holycross helped St. James with two of their three wins of the Showcase.
Shane Brannick, Atlantic City Sharks
Brannick faced plenty of pucks this weekend, stopping 112 of 118 shots in just over three games this weekend with a stat line of 1.80 GAA and a .949 save percentage. Helping the Sharks to three wins on the weekend, Brannick also assisted on the game-winning goal in the team’s last game of the Showcase.
Andrew Kurowski, Ashburn Xtreme
Andrew made every minute of ice time count in the three games he played at the most recent AHF showcase, scoring six goals and nine points. Andrew played a role in all three wins for the Xtreme, most notably his four-goal performance in a 6-3 win over the Long Island Rebels. He is tied for the U18 AA lead in goals with 13 and points with 22.
Jace Lombardo, Rockets Hockey Club Black
Jace put on a playmaking display this past weekend, recording five assists and six points in three games. His five-point performance in a 6-0 win over the Capitals Hockey Academy showcased his offensive instincts and his ability to spark an offense to success.
Seamus McNally, MYHA Blue
Seamus stepped it up big time this past weekend, scoring five goals and eight points as he and his team went 4-0-0. He started off strong with a three-point performance in a 5-4 win over the Long Island Rebels and never looked back.
Luke Hulbert, North Jersey Avalanche
The Aves went 4-0-0 on the weekend and Luke was a huge reason because of it. His scoring ability was on display as he tallied five goals and eight points in those four games. His two-goal game against the Brick Hockey Club was his most impactful, being the difference in a 5-3 win.
John Ryan, Ashburn Xtreme
John showed off a great all-around skillset this past weekend at the AHF showcase, scoring six goals and nine points. He made an impact in every game he played in, including a hat trick against the Grundy Senators in an 8-1 win that saw him add an assist too. John is currently on a six-game point streak.
Mario Leone, Igloo Jaguars Black
Mario entered this past weekend’s showcase with three goals and five points in four games. He left it with 13 goals and 19 points in seven games. That’s right, Mario totaled 10 goals and 14 points in just three games played. Highlighted by a five-goal game in a 10-1 over Delaware, Mario proved to be one of the most lethal scorers in the AHF. He leads all defensemen in goals (13) and points (19) in U18 AA.
Jake King, North Jersey Avalanche
Jake possesses the second-highest point total by a defenseman (17) and this past weekend he showed why scoring two goals and five points as the Aves won all four of its games. He played strong in his own end and made his presence felt in the offensive zone too. Jake’s four-point performance in a 5-3 win over Brick Hockey Club showcased exactly what he can do and how he can affect the outcome of a game.
Christian Short, Hollydell Hurricanes Red
Christian stayed red hot at the AHF Midget showcase this past weekend, recording three goals and seven points in four games. He showed his ability to play both ends of the ice and extended his point streak to six games in the process.
Riley Rudolph, Igloo Jaguars Black
The Jaguars only let up three goals in the three games it played this past weekend, and Riley was a big reason why. He played excellent in his own zone to help his goalie keep the puck out of the net and chipped in offensively too, recording five assists.
Carter Vela, Team Philadelphia
Carter proved to impact the game at both ends of the ice this past weekend, tallying three assists in four games all while playing excellent defense. His on-ice vision and hockey IQ were on display as he helped Team Philadelphia to four wins.
Joseph Lawrence, MYHA Blue
You don’t often see a goalie get four starts in two days, but that’s exactly what Joseph was tasked with this past weekend. And the faith his coaches showed him paid off as he helped his team to four straight wins, including one shutout. Joseph posted a save percentage above .900 in every start as he made big saves when needed.
Jake Booth, Holleydell Hurricanes Red
Jake remained perfect on the season, improving to 4-0-0 in net with a 10-1 win over the New Jersey Renegades and a 3-1 win over the Haverford Hawks. His game against the Hawks proved to be his best as he turned aside 32 shots in the winning effort.
Kieran Sullivan, Capitals Hockey Academy
Kieran got two starts this past weekend and made them both count, securing wins in each of them. Kieran made 44 saves over the two starts and displayed excellent vision and awareness in between the pipes.
Keegan Ford, Igloo Jaguars Green
Keegan kept his team in every game he started at the showcase, posting a combined .940 save percentage in the two games he started. His athleticism and awareness helped him make big stops as he proved to be a tough netminder to beat.
Jackson Gottlick, Rockets Hockey Club Black
Jackson continues to show why he is one of the toughest goalies to take on at the U18 AA level. In two starts, Jackson stopped all but one shot en route to two wins with one being a shutout. He has yet to give up more than three goals in a game this season as his athleticism and vision in the net have been on point.
Anthony Tyler, Igloo Jaguars Black
Anthony stepped up for his team this weekend and filled the gap of the Jaguar’s missing centers. Playing a new position, he took control of the ice and showed he is a commanding force on the ice whichever position he plays. Anthony even showed offensive success by scoring a pair of goals.
Jaxton Paquette, York Devils
Jaxton was a big part of the Devils’ offense this past weekend, scoring seven goals in four games. He has a nose for the net and always is in a position to bury the puck for a goal.
Austin Shaw, North Jersey Avalanche Blue
Austin had a productive weekend playing center. He scored seven goals and had four assists in four games to lead the team this weekend. He used his speed to outskate opponents for loose pucks in the corners and created a lot of opportunities for the team. Austin also did great winning many face-offs to put his team in a position to score.
Logan Rowand, Igloo Jaguars Black
Logan’s primary position as a hockey player is defensive. This weekend, however, he stepped up his game in a new role by playing as a forward. He showed off his skill set by creating opportunities and scoring chances whenever he was on the ice.
Sophia Delaura, New Jersey Bandits
Sophia stepped it up this past weekend for the Bandits in a big game against the top-seeded Ashburn Xtreme. Needing a goal, Sophia scored the only goal in regulation for New Jersey, helping the bandits to a 2-1 shootout win.
Ethan Stemmel, York Devils
Ethan displayed his skills on both sides of the ice at the Atlantic Hockey Federation’s most recent showcase. He has great vision on the ice which helps keep the puck out of the zone and move the puck up ice as well. He also showed off his offensive abilities, proving to be a great skater and point producer, recording seven points.
Ava Deblinger, North Jersey Avalanche
Ava had a strong weekend on defense. She consistently works hard to be in a position to stop breakaways and to dig pucks out of the corners in her defensive end and get them out of the zone.
Wyatt Dirsh, Igloo Jaguars Black
Wyatt was an absolute force to be reckoned with this weekend. He displayed strong defensive play with numerous blocked shots, keeping the opposing team from having scoring chances.
Lucas Tate, York Devils
Lucas played hard all weekend for the York Devils. He broke up several plays and made a difference every time he stepped onto the ice.
Tyler Branigan, North Jersey Aspen Kings Blue
Tyler played a big role in his team going undefeated this past weekend. He displayed excellent skills on both sides of the ice, helping keep the puck out of his own zone while producing scoring chances for his team as well. His highlight came in the final game of the showcase, recording four assists in a win over the North Jersey Skyland Kings Navy.
Cullen Widener/Mason Leisenring , York Devils
Cullen and Mason split games in net for the Devils and turned away 54 of 64 shots against tough competition. Both goalies also skate out and play defense when not in the net. They showed they will always put the team first and will thrive wherever the team needs them to.
Andrew Figueroa, North Jersey Avalanche
Andrew played his best games of the season this weekend. He played a big role in the team’s three wins during the showcase weekend. He greatly improved both his save percentage and goals-against average. His size helps him tremendously in the goaltending position and he used it to his advantage.
Stanley Krulc, St. James
Stanley came to play this past weekend, starting two games and earning two shutout victories. In total, he turned away 23 shots and made big saves when his team needed him to.
Mathew Tartaglione, Ashburn Xtreme
The Ashburn Xtreme found itself at the top of the U10 AA standings after the AHF showcase concluded and Mathew was a big reason why. Mathew turned aside 29 stops in three games and sported a 2-0-1 record. He stepped it up for his team when he was needed to and displayed great athleticism and vision.
Dylan Swon, Rockets Hockey Club
With 11 goals and 20 points in five games Swon has been a huge attribute to the Rockets undefeated AHF play. While Swon has natural scoring ability, he knows when to distribute the puck, leading to a balanced attack out of his game.
Baptiste Demurge, New Jersey Stars
The power forward of the Stars isn’t afraid to take the puck right to the net. Demurge has been the straw that stirs the drink on the top line, creating time and space for his linemates and headaches for the opposing defense.
Eli Barnes, Capital City Vipers
Barnes’ 16 goals has led the way for the Vipers, who are in the thick of it in the standings. His quick release and elusive skating makes him hard to stop for the opposition.
Vinny Sampogna, Suffolk PAL Sound Tigers
With a well-rounded attack, Sampogna has been key to the Sound Tigers offense in their four previous Showcase games. Four goals and seven points in the last August Showcase had his passing and shooting skills on display, not to mention his quick first step.
Ryker Rieling, St. James
A strong showing by Rieling in August turned a few heads in St. James’ direction. Tallying nine goals and an assist, Riesling showed off his quick release and ability to find the open spaces in only four games of the Showcase.
Andrew Browing Elam, MYHA Blue
Browning Elam has been solid on the Blue Devils defense corp. While helping in his own end, limiting the opponents to just over two goals-against-per-game, Browning Elam also has contributed offensively with five goals and eight points, including four points in his last four games.
Christopher Triolo, Hollydell Hurricanes Red
A sturdy defender, Triolo has helped out offensively for Hollydell by contributing four goals and seven points in seven games. With his foot speed, Triolo is someone who can lead the way out of his own end to start the attack for Hollydell.
Marshall Matyszczak, Royals Hockey Club
While he has helped the Royals limit the opposition to 11 goals in eight games, Matyszczak has found his offensive stride in his last couple AHF contests. In the last two games, Matyszczak has two goals and two assists in the two wins for the Royals.
Laith Ramadan, New Jersey Stars
Quiet off the ice, Ramadan lets his technical sound play do the talking for him. Excelling at post-to-post play thanks to his butterfly style, Ramadan has an active stick and is not afraid of throwing a pokecheck to break-up a pass or shot.
Chase Kishler, Igloo Jaguars
Kishler has played a big role in the Jaguars success, posting a 2.05 GAA and .920 save percentage in his seven games. Kishler also has two shutouts to his record, while making crucial saves to keep the Jaguars ahead.
Jack DeCaprio, Brick Hockey Club
Jack has been an impact player over the past few games. He’s been red hot and a major contributor to the team’s offense during recent competition. He gives it his all every shift and works hard to make an impact for his team.
Eric Connors, Jersey Shore Wildcats Black
Eric is a flashy quick winger who is one of the offensive leaders of the team. He is quick on his feet and always hits the net, which shows in his ten points scored this season.
Jude Large, Philadelphia Blazers
Jude has great hockey sense and “sees” the ice really well. A great skater that works hard from whistle to whistle.
Bennett Kronstedt, Jersey Shore Wildcats Red
Bennett is a solid skater who is strong on faceoffs with a strong shot. He helps create offense with his vision on the ice and is excellent at utilizing his linemates. Bennett has been lights out this season, scoring ten points in eleven games.
Sean Scott, Haverford Hawks Silver
Sean’s strong net-front presence and soft hands make him a scoring threat on every shift. He also plays with a little edge that makes him difficult to compete against. His 12 points in eight games are good enough for second on the team as he continues to make an impact each game.
Brandon Dovey, Igloo Jaguars
Barndon is a stalwart defender for the Jags. An intimidating presence on the blue line, Dovey possesses a tremendous shot. He’s capable of scoring from anywhere in the offensive zone.
Noel Acevedo, Brick Hockey Club
Noel’s nifty puck skills are obvious, but it’s been his hard work on the defensive side of the puck that’s been a key to the team’s success. He has recorded three assists on the year so far.
Kyle Rabkin, Jersey Shore Wildcats Black
Kyle is not only one of the team captains, but he is a truly versatile player who plays both forward and defense. He skates very well and is terrific at finding open teammates. Kyle has recorded eight points in as many games this season.
Mathew Fritz, Philadelphia Blazers
Mathew effortlessly uses his size to clear the crease and has a slapshot that makes goalies duck. His three points on the season is good enough for second on the team in scoring.
Michael Lynch, Jersey Shore Wildcats Red
Michael is a solid two-way defenseman who not only knows when to rush the puck and be aggressive but also knows defense is his primary role and responsibility. He is strong on both sides of the puck he helps round out the defensive rotation.
Drew Deich and Jonathon Dilliplane, Igloo Jaguars
Tending the nets for the Jags, this duo has been rock solid all year. Deich is a model of efficiency as he is always in a position to make a save. Equally strong, Dilliplane has shown the ability to “stand on his head” and steal a game for the Jags with his cat-quick glove. The Jags netminders have frustrated the sharpest of shooters all year long.
Lucas Yenal, Haverford Hawks
Lucas gives the Hawks a stabilizing presence in the net and always delivers the spectacular save when the Hawks are in need of a boost.