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.
U10 A Gold
Royals Hockey Club National: Royals HC came to play this past weekend, going a perfect 3-0-0 and vaulted themselves into the U10 A Gold top five in the standings. They boasted a lethal offense and steady defense, outscoring its opponents 26-4. They were led offensively by Declan Kiley and his seven goals and eleven points while goaltender Logan Mitchell made over 30 saves on the weekend.
Suffolk P.A.L Silver Knights: The Silver Knights saw great success this past weekend, winning all four of its showcase games. The team did an excellent job of neutralizing opponents’ offense, allowing two or fewer goals in three of its four games. Nicholas Oppedisano led the way with a breakout performance offensively, scoring six goals in the four games while goaltender Liam Vanderbeek made over 20 saves in each of the wins for his team.
St. James: St. James stayed in the top ten of the U10 A Gold standings by going 2-2-0 this past weekend. The team’s two wins were impressive, using strong third periods to close out its opponents. Its first win was a 2-1 victory over the North Jersey Aspen Kings Yellow that saw St. James outshoot the Kings 44-20. Charles Mason’s clutch third period goal made the difference as the offense never gave up. St. James’ second win against Team Philadelphia showed how opportunistic the team can be, scoring seven goals on 22 shots in a 7-4 win. Once again, the team got big performances in the third from Mason (goal) and Zachary Brown (goal, assist) in that frame.
U10 A Silver
Maryland Jr. Black Bears White: The top team in the U10 A Silver standings showed why it has earned that spot, going 4-0-0 and putting on an offensive showcase for the ages. The Black Bears outscored its opponents 46-8 and put out an all-around impressive performance on both ends of the ice. William Pittman led the way offensively with 14 goals and 20 points in the four games while goaltender Stephen Pipe III recorded his fourth shutout of the season with a win over the Philadelphia Blazers.
Tomorrow’s Ice North Stars Red: Tomorrow’s Ice North Stars Red stayed undefeated on the season by winning all three of its games this past weekend. They not only got great offensive production up and down the lineup (highlighted by Emmett Schwanke’s six goals) but played amazing defensively. The North Stars let up only one goal in each game thanks to great defense and excellent goaltending.
Ashburn Xtreme 2: Ashburn continues its impressive season as the team went 4-0-0 this past weekend. They outscored its opponents 25-8 as the team showed how resilient they could be. In its final game of the showcase against Brick Hockey Club Green, Ashburn trailed heading into the third period 3-2. However, a four-goal outburst in the third period (led by a hattrick from Brayden Flowers) allowed them to complete the comeback for a 6-4 win.
Liam Daniel Monterio, North Jersey Skylands Kings Gold
It was hard to find a better goal-scoring weekend than what Monterio put forth in the Showcase. With a hat trick in every game, Monterio ended with 22 goals in four games. Monterio also had a point in each of the Skylands Kings goals against Team Philadelphia Orange (6g, 2a).
Anthony Raineri, York Devils
With two hat tricks in two straight games, Raineri went on a tear with nine goals and three assists on the Showcase. Raineri’s nine goals helped York have a +22 goal differential and an undefeated mark this weekend.
Ryan Uhl, Royals Hockey Club National White
Displaying his keen offensive side, Uhl put up five goals and four assists on the Showcase. Uhl had the game-winning goal in all four games for Royals HC, as well as a natural hat trick in Sunday’s early game against Tomorrow’s Ice.
Parker Clancy, St. James (Showcase)
Clancy put on a show this weekend, registering 12 goals and five assists for St. James’ undefeated weekend. Adding to the last two games of the August Showcase, Clancy now carries a six-game point streak coming out of the Squirt Showcase weekend.
Shane Hicks-Cree, Hollydell Hurricanes White
Potting a goal a game, Hicks-Cree was a force for Hollydell White this Showcase. Finishing with six goals and an assist this weekend, Hicks-Cree helped Hollydell to three out of four wins and played well without the puck to get into solid offensive positioning
Samuel Drake, Tomorrow’s North Stars
This weekend Samuel Drake had his full 200ft game in full effect, playing both ends of the ice as a center. He had some amazing forechecking plays to get the puck into the offensive zone and scored some goals for his team. Samuel had the determination to get back and backcheck which helped his team stay in the game and still give them a fighting chance.
Tristan Haftek, New Jersey Bandits Red
Saving the best for the last day, Haftek helped the Bandits on Sunday with a goal in their earlier game against Montgomery and then two assists in their second game against Team Philadelphia. Haftek also showed his defensive attributes during the first game this weekend, helping his team to a shutout against the Aspen Kings Grey squad.
Joseph Keeley, New Jersey Stars
Keeley was able to help the Stars to their big win on Sunday, scoring the game-winning goal with 12:49 remaining in the game against Hollydell. Keeley also had an assist in the game, while tallying a goal on Saturday against York.
Ezra Lorentzen, Maryland Jr. Black Bears Red
With a goal in the second period. Lorentzen sparked a four-goal rally by Maryland to help them get the win over Royals HC American. Lorentzen also added two goals in a Maryland win on Sunday over New Jersey to close out the Showcase on a winning note.
Elias Savana, Royals Hockey Club National White
With four wins, Savana was able to kick off the Showcase with a 23-save performance against Team Philadelphia Orange. Savana ended the showcase with a 1.75 GAA, only having one game where they let up more than one goal.
Quinn Donofry, Philadelphia Blazers
Coming out victorious in all four games he started, Donofry ended the weekend with a .914 save percentage and 1.75 GAA. Donofry’s standout game was a 29-save performance against the Rye Rangers in a 6-1 Blazers victory.
St. James (4-0-0, 45 GF, 10 GA): It was an explosive weekend for the St. James Showcase team, as they averaged more than 10 goals per game over the weekend. Parker Clancy (12g), Zachary Devinger (7g), and Richard Santiago (7g) combined for 58% of the team’s goals. Virginia Gilliam was solid in net with a 2.57 GAA throughout the Showcase, while the team defense only allowed 47 total shots across the four games due to the solid play of Robert Sestak, Seamus Rivera, and Henry Cassin on the blue line corps.
Royals Hockey Club National White (4-0-0, 28 GF, 7 GA): The defense was on display for Royals HC, as they held teams to only seven goals over the four games, with only one team scoring over one goal. Seth McDonald played solidly in his own end, but also contributed offensively with two goals on the weekend. Roman Ohai and Danny Benza held things down in their own end in front of Elias Savana to keep that goal total down.
York Devils (4-0-0. 36 GF, 14 GA): A high scoring weekend for the Devils, with Anthony Raineri (9g), Colton James (5g), and Anthony Hersch (5g) putting up big goal scoring weekends, with Mason Maloney being the playmaker, dishing out seven assists on the weekend. The team unity allowed the Devils to get back up to the .500 mark in AHF play and move to the middle of the U10 B standings.
North Jersey Skylands Kings Gold (4-0-0, 36 GF, 5 GA): While Liam Daniel Monterio’s 22-goal output on the Showcase will be remembered, the defense was solid; holding the opposition to under 12 shots-per-game on the weekend, helping Nolan Seidner and Jordan Dabrowski get two wins each on the weekend. Evan Wilk helped not only on the defensive end, but also added four goals and three assists for the Showcase.
Declan Kiley, Royals Hockey Club National
Declan came to play this weekend, scoring seven goals in three games. He has a dangerous mixture of skill and grit that made him a problem to face in each game. Declan also shined in the faceoff circle, winning a lot of draws for his team.
Gunnar Schwanke, Tomorrow’s North Stars Red
A stellar combination of skills, speed, and hustle, Gunnar had a weekend of dangles and dishes. He put up six goals and three assists this past weekend while also showing a willingness to play defense too. He was constantly seen hustling on the backcheck to break up plays and showing why he is an effective two-way player.
Jack Grossfield, Montgomery Blue Devils LA Blue
Jack had his offensive skills on display this past weekend, scoring several highlight-reel goals. He used his speed and energy to produce five points in four games and fought through any defender that got in his way.
London Smolenski, Team Philadelphia
London came to play this past weekend, scoring four goals in as many games. He is a hard-working forward who not only produces offensively but defensively as well. In a game against MYHA Blue, London made an excellent stick lift play that ended up going the other way for a Team Philadelphia goal. He received player of the game honors because of it.
Kendall Dossouvi, MYHA Gold
If you want a player who knows how to use his offensive skill to benefit the team, look no further. Kendall has a unique blend of skills that helped him net three hat tricks and 16 points in four games for MYHA Gold. He was an integral part of his team’s two wins, recording 14 points in those two victories.
Jakub Sokolak, MYHA Gold
Jakub showed tremendous hustle on the forecheck and backcheck, getting to where he needed to be, as well as scoring 2 goals. His excellent positional play was a big reason for his team’s success this past weekend.
Lily Majors, Brick Hockey Club Green
Lily has a hand in every play and is a scoring threat to boot. She drives plays very well and is committed to the success of her team in all three zones. Her coaches have been very impressed with her development and can’t believe she isn’t playing at a higher level.
Mason Sambuco, Team Philadelphia
Mason is a hardworking defenseman with a great hockey sense. He always gives 110% on the ice and makes an impact defensively with well-executed plays.
Colton Livingston, Tomorrow’s Ice North Stars Red
A force to get around, Colton is a shutdown D that spent the weekend breaking up plays and rushes in every game. He then has no problem setting up his teammates for success. Putting up two goals and three assists from the point over the weekend, he hustles every shift and does it all with a big smile.
Ramsey Helman, Montgomery Blue Devils LA Blue
Ramsey displayed both offensive and defensive skills this past weekend. On defense, he was gritty and very tough to play against in his own zone. Offensively he displayed great stick handling, passing, and scoring ability. Ramsey totaled three goals on the weekend.
Luca Keller, Montgomery Blue Devils LA Blue
Luca played tough defense which made it very difficult for his opponents to get around him. He moved the puck around with ease and hustled on every play, even finding the back of the net this weekend.
Brady Marksamer, Tomorrow’s Ice North Stars Red
His combined size and mobility have put Brady at the top of the league with a 1.20 GAA, with four straight games only giving up a single goal. He also has two shutouts on the year and has looked impressive in every game he has played in.
Emile Ruhleman, MYHA Gold
Emile had a 35 save game this weekend against Brick Hockey Club Green, giving up only three goals and boasting a .921 save percentage. This excellent effort lead his team to a win after a very tight first and second period.
Anthony Palemo, Montgomery Blue Devils LA Blue
Anthony put his skills on display this past weekend, making big saves and showing how much of a team player he is. He showed great awareness on the ice and used great vision and athleticism to keep the puck out of the net.
Lucas Johnson, Hollydell Hurricanes Red
Lucas showed why he is a top goalie at the U10 A level this past weekend, recording an impressive 39 save victory in a close 4-3 win over the Jersey Shore Wildcats National. Despite facing 10 or more shots every period, he stood tall to the task to help his team secure a big win.
Sebastian Swaine, Rye Rangers
Sebastian played a big role this past weekend for the Rangers, starting in all three of the team’s wins. He recorded over 15 saves in two of his team’s wins, showing he can stand tall with a heavy workload.
Darin Kohel – New Jersey Bandits National
Breaking a two-game scoring silence in a big way, Kohel rattled off goals in every game that he played this weekend. He scored two goals three times, bringing his showcase scoring total to 7 goals and an assist. He added his assist in a 3 point effort in a win over Jersey Shore Wildcats Black.
Anthony Lanza – Jersey Shore Wildcats Black
Lanza showed off his offensive talent by picking up 9 points over this weekend’s four games. In the Wildcats win over the York Devils, Anthony had 4 assists. Anthony currently is the top scorer for the Wildcats with 29 points (13 goals, 16 assists) and he’s ranked fourth among the division’s best.
Billy Moffa – Royals Hockey Club National
In one of the best showcase performances in the young history of this level of the AHF, Moffa put on an absolute display. Moffa scored multiple goals in every game and scored at least three times in three of the four games he played. His magnum opus, however, was the last game for the Royals, in which he scored 6 goals and added an assist. This brought his showcase point total to 16 points (14 goals, 2 assists). When it’s considered that Moffa had 12 points through 5 games entering the showcase, this is a noteworthy breakout.
Calan Brewster – Maryland Jr. Black Bears Red
A utility player that can play anywhere on the ice, even in net, he has shown off his speed, agility, strength and hockey IQ. His passing ability has been shown already, but he showcased more of his shot this weekend. He scored 4 goals and an assist. He had a multi-goal effort in a win against Team Philadelphia. He now has 15 points (10 goals, 5 assists) this season.
James Boyce – New Jersey Bandits National
Hanging tough throughout the week, Boyce’s reliable presence in net allowed the Bandits to earn a clean sweep of their slate of games this weekend. He started the week off with a bang in a 23-save shutout against the Rye Rangers. He continued to post a .896 save percentage on the weekend.
Emelyn Costello – Hollydell Hurricanes Black
Costello only played two games in the showcase, but she won them both in emphatic fashion. Her first win was a 10-save shutout over the Royals, her second shutout victory of the season. She followed that performance with 16 saves in a win over the New Jersey Stars. She saved 26-of-28 shots she saw, bettering her season statistics to a 5-1-0 record with a .905 save percentage and a GAA of 2.67.