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Friday, September 16, 2011

POE go's to 3-0-0 with a 7-0 win/answers to posters questions

The POE program is proving dominant in Minnesota so far this weekend, having out-scored the opposition now 33-1 in the 3 games.  98 born Tyson Jost has been a bit of a surprise with his speed and hands and has shown to be someone to be reckoned with this year, he scored 2 more times and now has 8 goals and 6 assists in the 3 games.  Jordan Kawaguchi as advertised is fairing well with whoever is on his line, whether it be youngsters Jost/Ayre or if he plays with Williams/Jost, it doesn't matter.  Kawaguchi has 2-10-12 so far and is a sure first rounder.  A bit surprising so far is that Tanner Browne and Joey Gatenby with 1 point combined.  Trevor Ayre has 5 goals thus far and Will Lawrence with 4.  Ethan Bear and Chaz Reddekopp have been very stead on the blue-line.

To answer the posters email questions about the kids from Washington State on POE.  Tyler Brown is a big, dominant defenseman who skates very well and has a good knack for jumping in to the play.  He will be someone to watch for the first couple rounds by the looks of things so far. 

Another poster wanted to know who was on the BWC team so far and here is what I can find:

McBride, Nicholas - Goalie
Shugrue, Tyler – Goalie

Schultz, Ty
Fabbro, Dante
Buono, Carmine
Peters, Trevor
Trott, Cameron
Masellis, Dominic
Barberis, Matt
Rasovic, Alexander

Barzal, Matt
Szeto, Justin
Gurney, Braeden
Musil, Adam
Ronning, Ty
Ambrosio, Alex
Griffin, Liam
Holowko, Nicholas
Uy, Kyle
Kylyshbek, Kenessary
Bruno, Nico
Hermary, Matthew


Anonymous said...

Thanks for the Tyler Brown response. Keep up the good work.

Anonymous said...

If the kid can keep his composure he will be a good D-man for them.