Sunday, February 10, 2008

Saturday & Sunday in the USHL & BCHL

Indiana beat down Green Bay 5-1. Brent Gwidt had an assist and was +1 for Indiana. For Green Bay, Kyle Ensign had an assist and was -2, Ryan Little was -3 and Aaron Crandall let in 5 of 26 shots.

Chicago doubled up Sioux City 6-3. Defenseman Aaron Schmit had an assist and was even for Chicago.

Ohio edged Des Moines 3-2. Justin Cseter was even for Ohio.

Cedar Rapids manhandled Tri-City 5-1. UW forward recruit Chris Hickey was -2 for Tri-City.

Sioux Falls drubbed Lincoln 6-1. Jake Drewiske had two assists and finished +1 for Sioux Falls and was named Second Star of the Game. Also for Sioux Falls, Eric Springer had an assist and finished even while Sam Zabkowicz also was even. For Lincoln, Taylor Kuypers was -2, while both Ross Henry and Travis Erstad were -1.

Omaha claimed a seesaw battle over Waterloo 6-5. Wisconsinite Jake Hauswirth had a goal and an assist while finishing +2 for Omaha. Teammate Matt Thurber also finished +2 and had two assists. Thurber is now tied for 10th in scoring in the USHL with 12 goals and 28 assists for 40 points in 40 games. UW recruit Patrick Wiercioch continued his impressive play for Omaha following a long injury with a goal and finishing even. Teammate Seth Soley finished -1. For Waterloo, Blake Kessel was named Third Star of the Game with a goal and an assist while finishing even. Brett Olson had two assists but finished -2 and received a 10-minute misconduct for abuse of officials. Brock Montpetit had an assist and finished +1 while Craig Smith and Scott Pavelski were even and Keegan Meuer was -1.

In the only Sunday contest, Des Moines took care of Ohio 4-2. Justin Cseter was -1 for Ohio.

UW forward recruit Derek Lee notched an assist as Salmon Arm defeated Langley 6-3 Saturday.

Westside dropped the hammer on Alberni Valley 5-2 on Saturday. UW defensive recruit Justin Schultz put up 2 assists in the game.

Despite two assists by Derek Lee, Burnaby handled Salmon Arm 5-2 Sunday.

Westside put away Cowichan Valley 4-1, and Justin Schultz was held off the scoresheet.