"I felt we made a mistake in building a baseball field. I thought that should have been the ice skating rink, because I think hockey in this state right now, not just hockey, but ice skating, if you come up to our office building at 6:00 in the morning, some mornings you can't get a parking spot because parents have taken their kids up here to skate...I think hockey will be a great addition to our intercollegiate program. [The Pegula gift] is a great, great gift. And I think very far-sighted and I'm really pleased with it." - Joe Paterno

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Commit Cycle: September 13

Jonathan Milley

Right Wing
Pembroke Lumber Kings (CCHL)
6'4", 215 pounds
Ottawa, ON
Class of 2012
DOB 5/8/1991


Date Opponent                Score  G   A Pts PIM
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9/10 vs. Hawkesbury          L 3-7  1   1   2   0 [box score]
9/11 at Cornwall             L 1-5  0   0   0   0 [box score]

The defending RBC Cup champs got off to a rough start with two four-goal defeats to start the season...both of Milley's Saturday points came with the game still in doubt, as his assist came on the power play to level the score at one just 3:26 in...the goal pulled the Kings to within 3-2 late in the first period before Hawkesbury responded with four unanswered in the second to put the game away.

Related stories:
CJHL Announces Pre-Season Top 20 Rankings (cjhlhockey.com)
Colts open with two big wins (Standard-Freeholder)


Reed Linaker

Center
St. Albert Steel (AJHL)
5'9", 165 pounds
Edmonton, AB
Class of 2012
DOB 11/4/1991


Date Opponent                Score  G   A Pts PIM
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9/9  at Olds                 L 2-3  0   0   0   2 [box score]

The Steel didn't begin their season quite as planned either, falling in their opener by a deceptively close 3-2 count (shots were 47-21 in favor of the Olds Grizzlies...Linaker's penalty was for a high stick at 15:42 of the 3rd period and was successfully killed.

Related stories:
2011-12 AJHL Season Preview (ajhl.ca)


David Glen

Center
Spruce Grove Saints (AJHL)
6'0", 175 pounds
Fort Saskatchewan, AB
Class of 2012
DOB 2/14/1991


Date Opponent                Score  G   A Pts PIM
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9/10 vs. Grande Prairie      W 6-4  0   2   2   0 [box score]

Glen's pair of assists both came in the third period to help clinch a season-opening win...the first expanded the Saints' lead to 5-3 midway though, while the second came on the power play and provided the final margin.

Related stories:
2011-12 AJHL Season Preview (ajhl.ca)
CJHL Announces Pre-Season Top 20 Rankings (cjhlhockey.com)


Luke Juha

Defenseman
Vernon Vipers (BCHL)
5'11", 180 pounds
Mississauga, ON
Class of 2012
DOB 3/9/1993


Date Opponent                Score  G   A Pts PIM
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9/9  vs. Westside (ex)       W 2-1  -   -   -   - [box score]
9/10 at Merritt (ex)         L 2-3  -   -   -   - [box score]

Juha didn't play in Vernon's exhibition opener...detailed information about the game with Merritt is unavailable, although there is a brief recap on a Vipers blog.

Related stories:
CJHL Announces Pre-Season Top 20 Rankings (cjhlhockey.com)


Eamon McAdam

Goaltender
Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)
6'2", 175 pounds
Perkasie, PA
Class of 2013
DOB 9/24/1994


Date Opponent               Score  S GA  Sv% GAA
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9/10 at Sioux City (ex)     W 3-2 23  2 .913 2.18 [box score]

McAdam entered the Black Hawks exhibition opener just ten minutes into the game...he gave up two quick goals but locked it down the rest of the way, after the 16:52 mark of the first period...Waterloo completed the comeback with a pair of their own, followed by taking the shootout...McAdam collected the win for his efforts.


Kenny Brooks

Forward
Tri-City Storm (USHL)
6'0", 179 pounds
Las Vegas, NV
Class of 2012
DOB 12/11/1991


Related stories:
Tri-City Storm Gears up for 2011-12 Season (nebraska.tv)

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