Tristan MacCormick, Ashburn Xtreme
Tristan led all U13 AA skaters in goals (6), assists (6), and points (12). He used his elite offensive instincts to great scoring chances for his team.
Patryk Oszer, Grundy Senators
Patryk tied for second in total scoring amongst U13 AA skaters with seven points on the weekend. He was smart with the puck and made the right plays when needed.
Max Godshall, Team Philadelphia
Max was a goal-a-game player this past weekend, scoring four times in as many games. He also showed off his passing ability as well, totaling three assists.
Ethan Hong, Ashburn Xtreme
Ethan finished with the second most goals amongst U13 AA skaters with five. He used his offensive skills to get to where he needed to be to score.
Peyton Murphy, North Jersey Avalanche
Peyton lead his team in scoring with four goals and five points in just three games. His two goals and assist against the Rockets Hockey Club helped power the Aves to a 6-1 win.
Christopher Marshall, Grundy Senators
Not only can Christopher play defense, but he can also put up offensive numbers too! His five points in three games this past weekend were the most amongst defensemen in the U13 AA division.
Lucas Gonzalez, Grundy Senators
Lucas put up a point-per-game in his three contests this weekend, displaying his talents at both ends of the ice.
Aiden Chun, North Jersey Avalanche
Aden’s two goals were the second most goals scored amongst defensemen for the U13 AA division. He played well at both ends of the ice and showcased his athleticism.
Ronan Ivins, Tomorrow’s Ice Selects
Ronan played strong for Tomorrow’s Ice Selects this past weekend. He recorded two points in four games and displayed skill and awareness on both ends of the ice.
Mathew Hemenway, North Jersey Aspen Kings
Mathew was an anchor on defense for the Kings this past weekend. He played strong in the defensive zone and got an assist in a 6-1 win over Tomorrow’s Ice Selects.
Declan Geary, Team Philadelphia
Declan faced the most shots (71) of any goalie who played multiple games in U13 AA. Despite the large workload, Declan found a way to make 67 saves and go 2-0 on the weekend with a shutout.
Carson Ramsey, Ashburn Xtreme
Carson went 2-0 on the weekend and only allowed one goal on 32 shots. His save percentage (.970) and goals-against average (0.50) were the best amongst U13 AA goalies who played multiple games.
Ryan Felenstien, North Jersey Avalanche
Ryan was strong in between the pipes for the Aves this weekend, recording a shutout win and a .910 save percentage.
Ian Seitz, Atlantic City Sharks
Ian displayed excellent skills and athleticism this past weekend for the Sharks. He was a crucial part of the Sharks’ 3-2 win over Team Philadelphia, making 21 saves.
Lucas Egan, New Jersey Bandits,
Lucas showed poise and skill for the Bandits this past weekend. He made 18 saves against the North Jersey Aspen Kings Black in a 5-3 Bandits win.
Philadelphia Blazers vs. Team Philadelphia – Sept. 24, 8:00 PM
Kicking off the showcase with a bang, the two Philadelphia squads will meet in a battle for the lead in the U15 AA standings. The teams will both enter the game with eight points through their first six games, owning identical 4-2-0 records. The Blazers have leaned on their group-leading 23 goals, paced by team-leader Colin Fera (4 goals). Meanwhile, Team Philadelphia has relied on fantastic defense and stellar netminding of Shahzad Bolduc (.923 save %, leads group) and Justin Koehler (.914 save %). Team Philadelphia has posted the best goal differential among all U15 AA teams, scoring 11 more goals than they have allowed.
Tomorrow’s Ice Selects vs. North Jersey Avalanche – Sept. 25, 11:40 AM
This game will feature two mid-standings teams battling to improve position and close the gap on the league leaders. North Jersey, who enter the showcase in third place, own a record of 2-3-0 through their first five games and will look for more standout performances from U15 AA leading point-scorer, Tommy Corazza (2 G, 7 A), and joint goals leader, Filip Hidas (6 goals). The Ice Selects, who enter the showcase in fourth place, own a 1-2-1 record through their first four games. They are led on the point sheet by Peter Mood (4 G, 1 A) and Ryan Kulak (1 G, 4 A).
North Jersey Aspen Kings Grey: Being in the top-three of the standings, North Jersey showed plenty of teamwork with 10 players having at least a point this season. Landon Brookes (17g, 2a), Dylan Branigan (8g, 7a), and Brady Shetler (6g, 6a) are all in double-digits for points, while goalie Jackson Maloney has six wins on the season in his seven starts. With a balanced attack and everyone on the team contributing, the Aspen Kings Grey squad should be prepared for a solid showing this weekend.
Montgomery Youth Hockey Blue: With three straight wins in AHF play, Montgomery is riding a solid wave of success. While Jacob Guzman and Eric Myers have produced goals up-front, John Jacobs and Larry Du have provided just as much from the blue line. All four have four or more goals this season, while also helping limit the shots on net in their defensive end. In this three-game win streak, Montgomery has outpaced their opponents by a score of 15-4, which should help them going into the Showcase weekend.
North Jersey Bandits Red: The Bandits Red team offers a good look at variety in their team. While only playing four games, 13 players have scored at least one goal, and 10 players have scored multiple goals. Conor Madigan and Raffaele Macchiavello lead the way with five goals a piece, as goalie Matt Cook has a 2.75 GAA in his four games. The Bandits should give teams fits with their ability to produce offense up and down the bench, as well as be responsible in their own end to keep the puck out.
Tomorrow’s Ice North Stars White: With five straight wins, the North Stars White crew come into the showcase with plenty of confidence. Connor Derenick leads the way with 17 goals, but the team has been able to spread out the scoring with 10 other players having a goal in the team’s six games of AHF competition. Lukas Elek and Tomas Ancinec have been swapping roles in goal to success, while also being able to skate out when they aren’t suited up between the pipes.
Philadelphia Blazers: Undefeated in AHF play, the Blazers have plenty of scoring to go around in their line-up with two players– Kayden Wetherell (18) and Johnny Stokes (16)– in the teens for goals. But it’s not all offense, as their defense has taken care of business as well. Allowing only ten shots on goal a game, it has allowed Quinn Donofry to have a 1.43 GAA after seven games this season.
Travis Strunk, North Jersey Aspen Kings Black
With a quick first step leading to breakaway speed, Strunk has been a big contributor for North Jersey. With two multi-goal games, and five tallies on the season, Strunk has been a great compliment to the Aspen Kings top-six.
Theo Herman, New Jersey Bandits
The speedy forward has been a big playmaker for the Bandits, registering eight assists in nine games. Herman’s keen vision has helped him throughout the season, but when given the chance, he’ll take the shot– putting in three goals this year, as well.
Rhone Armijo, Rockets Hockey Club
A natural goal-scorer, Armijo has 10 tallies on the season. With a hard, quick shot, Armijo has been able to fool goalies, while also alluding attacking defenders in order to create time and space for himself.
Shane Hicks, Grundy Senators
Putting up seven goals and 12 points this season, Hicks has been a big players in Grundy’s season. Adding more firepower to the top-six, Hicks has only been off the scoresheet twice this season in eight AHF contests.
Bradan Fisher, Team Philadelphia
As a point-per-game player, Fisher has put up six goals and 10 points on the year. Fisher is clutch, as well, with two of his six goals being game-winners for Team Philadelphia.
Carter Faas, Ashburn Xtreme
A key part of the Xtreme’s defense, Faas has helped the squad only allow two goals in seven AHF contests. Responsible for his own end, Faas has also chipped in four points in five games and is riding a three-game point streak heading into the Showcase.
Tyler Jason, New Jersey Bandits
Leading the defense in goals with three, Jason has been able to throw in his offensive skills with his defensive play. With his all around play, Jason has been able to help the Bandits into the second spot in the U13AA standings.
Tyler Um, North Jersey Avalanche
Sporting a 1.67 GAA in three games, Um has been solid in his starts for the Avalanche. By playing his angles well, Um has been able to stymie the opposition by giving them very little to shoot at.
Neil Sharma, Tomorrow’s Ice Selects
Facing over 30 shots a game, Sharma has been solid for the Selects during the season. His .890 save percentage ranks third in the U13AA ranks, while also making timely saves to keep his team in the game.
Trent Semelko, York Devils
Trent had a successful weekend, contributing seven points in four games. He was able to push the pace offensively as well as defend relentlessly. His speed, grit, and hunger for offensive propelled York’s success this weekend.
Jake McCloud, North Jersey Aspen Kings Blue
Jake showed off his passing abilities at this past weekend’s showcase, recording five assists in four games and even adding a goal. His ability to see the ice and watch plays develop helped him and his team notch a pair of wins.
Daniel McNelis, MYHA Blue
MYHA Blue scored 14 goals in four games and Daniel played a key role in his team’s success. His three goals and seven points led the way for MYHA as they were able to secure two wins at this past weekend’s showcase.
Anthony Brereton, Rockets Hockey Club
The Rockets offense exploded for 20 goals in four games and Anthony played a key role, scoring four goals and five points on the weekend. He showed excellent on-ice vision and a great shot to finish plays.
Luke Isaacs, North Jersey Avalance
Luke had a four-game stretch for the ages this past weekend, scoring five goals and ten points to help the Avs secure four wins. His most clutch performance came in a game against MYHA Blue, where he scored the eventual game-winning goal and an assist to boot in the second period to help his team to a 3-0 win.
Tyler Woodall, York Devils
Tyler shined as a great teammate during York’s showcase performance. Blocking shots as well as contributing offensively, his all-out effort was apparent in all four games he played. Tyler was able to embody the mindset of “playing one shift at a time” which helped him and his team succeed.
Lincoln Walters, New Jersey Stars
He may have only played three games, but Lincoln made his presence known. He was lights out in his own zone and broke up numerous offensive plays by his opponents. On top of this, he was able to record four goals and an assist as he showed off his great shot and passing abilities.
Peter Pereborow, Rockets Hockey Club
Peter showed once again just because you are a defenseman, doesn’t mean you can’t score. He scored four goals in four games, including tying the game in the third period against Team Philadelphia, a goal that would spark his team to a 5-2 win.
Bryton Yoder, Tomorrow’s Ice Selects
Bryton had a productive weekend, scoring two goals and an assist while playing great defense in his own zone. His first period goal against the New Jersey Stars proved to be important, as it sparked his team to a 5-2 win.
Ben Holdsworth, Delaware Ducks
Ben displayed excellent skills both offensively and defensively this past weekend at the most recent AHF showcase. He helped the Ducks to three wins, including one shutout win. He also recorded two goals as well, including the eventual game-winning goal in the third period of a 3-1 win against the Royals Hockey Club.
Aidan Alvino, North Jersey Avalanche
Aidan played like an all-start this past weekend and helped the Avs go 4-0-0 at the showcase. He turned aside 60 of 62 shots and recorded two shutouts to boot, showcasing his excellent vision and puck tracking abilities. Aidan now has four shutouts on the season, tied for most in U14 AA.
Ian Goldberg, Royals Hockey Club
Ian was called upon twice for the Royals to help lead them to a win and both times he delivered. He recorded a shutout to start the showcase and followed it up with a 20 save win the next day.
Adam Paitakis, New Jersey Stars
The Stars went 3-1-0 this past weekend and Adam was a big reason why. He made 62 saves and even recorded his first shutout of the season in a close 2-0 win over the Igloo Jaguars. Adam was confident in the net and it reflected in his play.