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.

New Jersey Stars vs. New Jersey Bandits

A new jersey battle that sees two top five teams in U14 B face off! The Stars are 8-1-0 this season and have outscored its opponents 50-17. The offense has been lights out and they’ve been led in between the pipes by Colin Marzullo, who has three shutouts on the season. The Bandits also boast a lethal offense and have scored a combined 50 goals as a team. They have four wins on the season and are led offensively by Marcus Braun and his 26 points. The two teams face off Saturday, October 23rd at 2:00 PM ET on Pro Skate Rink.

Grundy Senators vs. Rye Rangers

The Senators sit at 4-3-0 on the season and have won three of its last five games. It has a tough offense to stop with its two ten-goal scorers in Klim Belko and Lex Udell who have both recorded goals in each of the last three games. The Rye Rangers will make its showcase debut and look to make an impact right away. The two teams face off Sunday, October 24th at 4:00 PM ET at Pro Skate Olympic.

North Jersey Aspen Kings Red vs. North Jersey Skyland Kings White

It’s a battle of the Kings! Aspen enters the showcase with a 6-2-0 record and is only one of four teams to score over 40 goals total (49). Alex Polishko leads the way with 13 goals as Aspen looks to extend its five-game win streak. Skylands is 2-3-0 on the year and has been great defensively, allowing three or fewer goals in its last three games. Lucien Barca leads the way for Skylands with five points in as many games. The two teams will take the ice at 9:45 AM ET on Sunday, October 24th at Iceland rink.


Shane Papaccioli, North Jersey Avalanche
With six goals and three assists in the Showcase, Papaccioli was a key component in the Avalanche’s 4-0 weekend. A natural goal-scorer, Papaccioli is second on the team with 15 goals on the season. 

Eric Bieda, Maryland Jr. Black Bears
Tallying four goals and six points, Bieda was a key cog in the Jr. Black Bears Showcase. Bieda contributed on four of the five Maryland goals in the opening game on the weekend with two goals and two assists. 

Daniel Donagan, Haverford Hawks
One of the Hawks most consistent players, Donagan led by example this weekend, helping out his squad with three goals in the Showcase. Donagan’s hockey IQ and balanced attack has him atop the Hawks scoring list with 20 points on the season. 

Kyler Johnson, Igloo Jaguars
Johnson had himself a solid Showcase with two goals and six assists for the weekend. With solid hands and crisp vision of the ice Johnson was able to help set-up his team and helped contribute to the three victories for the Jaguars in the Showcase. 

Brady Schmidt, Royals Hockey Club
While he might be one of the smaller players on the ice, Schmidt is one of the more tenacious out there. With a never-say-die attitude, Schmidt is not afraid of anyone on the ice. That helped this weekend with a goal and an assist to show for his efforts. 


Brody D’Alessandro, Haverford Hawks
Out there against the oppositions’ top lines, D’Alessandro was a force on the blue line, making some big plays on the defensive side. While he was responsible in his own end, D’Alessandro also provided offensively with a goal and three assists on the weekend. 

Daniel Pucci, Team Philadelphia
A great first step and solid stick-handling helped Pucci to a solid offensive output. With two goals and five points, Pucci’s contribution on the scoresheet showed through the Showcase. 

Josh Zdunkiewicz, Royals Hockey Club
Heads-up plays by Zdunkiewicz helped the Royals to an undefeated Showcase. His hockey IQ and solid vision of the ice allowed him to anticipate counteracts and break-up several possible breakaway attempts. 


Aidan Pesek, MYHA Blue
Putting up a strong showing with a shutout in the first Showcase game, Pesek ended the Showcase with a 1.50 GAA and .919 save percentage. Pesek’s play helped the Blue Devils to a solid weekend and help them stay in the top three in the standings. 

Chayce Turnbull, Rye Rangers
In three games, Turnbull left the Showcase with a 2.00 GAA and .903 save percentage. Turnbull used his solid lateral movement and ability to cut off the angles in order to help the Rangers to two wins in his three appearances. 

North Jersey Avalanche (4-0-0, 19 GF, 6A): A solid performance by North Jersey boosted them up to the fourth position in the U12AA standings. Both Davin Friedman and Shane Papaccioli had six goals on the weekend, while Peter McAdams and Jack DeBlinger helped the Avalanche limit the opponents to only 21 shots a game. Ryan Kovacs and Christopher Schulz teamed up for a 1.50 GAA on the weekend for the Avs. 

Igloo Jaguars (3-1-0, 16 GF, 7 GA): Led by Tyler Reillo’s six goals and Kyler Johnson’s six assists, the Jaguars were able to move their way into the top-four of the U12AA standings. Solid defensive play by Owen Jenkins and Andrew Krott provided fits for the opponents, with Chase Kishler and Tyler Davis standing tall between the pipes and combining for a 1.75 GAA. 

Rye Rangers (3-1-0, 20 GF, 12 GA): In their first Showcase, the Rangers put out a big display. Rogan Lester (4g, 3), Owen Nates (5g, 1a), and Liam Heffernan (2g, 3a) helped out offensively, while Dillion Sykes and Will Leahy helped on the defensive side of the puck. Chayce Turnbull was solid in net, leaving the Showcase with a 2.00 GAA on the weekend. 

Maryland Jr. Black Bears (3-1-0, 14 GF, 13 GA): Maryland doubled their win total in the AHF during the Showcase, thanks in part to Eric BiedaGavin Monaco, and Cole Zoren putting up multi-goal games during the weekend. Maryland had plenty of contributions up and down the line-up, helping them to their three win weekend.