Brendan Boudreau, North Jersey Skylands Kings Navy
Tallying a goal in all four games, Boudreau helped lead the way for the Skylands Kings. With six goals and eight points on the Showcase, Boudreau comes out of the weekend as the team’s leading scorer.
Gavin Rahnavardy, St. James (Showcase)
Showing off his vision on the ice, Rahnavardy put his passing on display with seven assists during the four games of the Showcase. While he was able to dish it out, Rahnavardy also tallied two goals during the St. James 3-1-0 weekend.
Eli Singley, North Jersey Aspen Kings Blue
With two goals in the first Showcase game, Singley set the tone offensively for North Jersey. Singley showed solid zone entry, great vision when it came to passing tape-to-tape, as well as going all out to put his body in front of pucks to make a play and transition the other way.
Dylan Kouba, Haverford Hawks
With four assists in his first two games, Kouba showed his ability to create plays in the offensive zone for Haverford. With his speed and stickhandling ability, Kouba was able to create space for himself to make those plays.
Ryan Suchy, York Devils
Scoring a goal in every game, Suchy was a key component for the Devils’ offense during the Showcase. Finishing with four goals and three assists, Suchy showed off his balanced attack and hockey IQ throughout the weekend.
Jack Driscoll, North Jersey Avalanche
Tallying four goals and finishing with seven points, Driscoll helped the Avalanche to a 3-1-0 record at the Showcase. Displaying determination and leadership by example, Driscoll helped stop a skid by North Jersey and vaulted them into the thick of the standings.
Nate Benz, Team Philadelphia
Benz was a big force on the defensive side of the puck for Team Philadelphia, contributing to a stellar performance and limiting the opposition to only three goals in four games. Benz was rewarded offensively on Saturday with a goal and assist in a 12-1 victory.
Ryan Twist, North Jersey Aspen Kings Blue
Thanks to a stellar performance in his own zone, Twist helped North Jersey to a 4-0-0 record. Laying out his body for blocks, clearing out the front of the net, and adding a physical component to the game allowed Twist to stand-out in the Showcase.
Devin Brown, Montgomery Youth Hockey Blue
Finishing the weekend with a 0.50 GAA and ,971 save percentage, Brown was stellar in net when he was called upon. Brown stayed focused in net during times where he was not facing action, which allowed him to stay in the game for when play did head his way.
Nicholas Lombardo, North Jersey Skylands Kings White
Lombardo leaves the Showcase with a 1.00 GAA and .968 save percentage, as he took two wins from the four-win weekend for the Skylands Kings. Lombardo helped his team stay in the lead, as he faced a total of 62 shots in his two games played.