Sunday, November 25, 2007

Weekend USHL Update


Waterloo was defeated by Cedar Rapids 4-1. Wisconsinites Brett Olson had a goal and Blake Kessel had an assist for Waterloo. Olson was -1 in the game along with teammates Craig Smith and Scott Pavelski, while Keegan Meuer was -2 and Kessel -3. Brock Montpetit did not play in the game.

Tri-City handled Des Moines 5-2. UW recruit Chris Hickey had a goal for Tri-City with Wisconsinite Kyle Ensign notching the assist. Hickey finished the game even, while Ensign was a game-best +4.

Green Bay claimed victory over Omaha 3-1. Wisconsinite & UW recruit Ryan Little was held off the scoresheet for Green Bay. For Omaha, the three Wisconsin natives were held off the scoresheet. Jake Hauswirth and Matt Thurber finished even, while Seth Soley was -1.

In the battle of "fighting Sioux's", Sioux Falls doubled up Sioux City 6-3. Wisconsinite Jake Drewiske had an assist for Sioux Falls and finished even, while teammates and fellow Wiconsinites Eric Springer (even) and Sam Zabkowicz (+2) were held off the scoresheet.

Chicago blistered Indiana 10-3. For Indiana, Wisconsinite Brent Gwidt had an assist and finished even. For Chicago, Wisconsinite Aaron Schmit was held off the scoresheet but racked up 14 minutes in penalties.


Ohio edged Lincoln 1-0. Wisconsinite Justin Cseter was even for Ohio, while Travis Erstad and Ross Henry were both even for Lincoln.

Indiana got past Cedar Rapids 3-2. Brent Gwidt was even for Indiana.

Sioux Falls downed Des Moines 4-2. Wisconsinite Eric Springer had two assists and finished +2 for Sioux Falls. Fellow Wisconsinites and teammates Jake Drewiske (-2) and Sam Zabkowicz (even) were held off the scoresheet. Springer was named Third Star of the Game.

Green Bay handled Sioux City 2-1. Ryan Little was +1 for the Gamblers.

Omaha needed a shootout in a 5-4 victory over Tri-City. Jake Hauswirth was the First Star of the Game netting two goals in regulation, and the only shootout goal. He finished +1, as did Matt Thurber who also had a goal. Teammate Seth Soley finished -1. For Tri-City, Wisconsinite Kyle Ensign was even as was UW recruit Chris Hickey.

Waterloo got the best of Chicago 4-2. For Waterloo, Blake Kessel had two goals, finished +1 and was named First Star of the Game. Teammates Keegan Meuer and Brett Olson finished +1, while Scott Pavelski finished even and Craig Smith was -1. Brock Montpetit was again not active in this game. For Chicago, Wisconsinite Aaron Schmit finished even.