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NA3EHL profiles graduating players

April 7, 2016

NA3EHL intern Brooke Keating took time out to highlight and profile the aging out players that played in the NA3EHL this past season.  Here is a look at some of those players by team:

Cape Cod Islanders
 
Max Campbell: Max completed his last season in the NA3EHL as a forward for the Cape Cod Islanders, racking up 11 points (5 with Cape Cod, 6 with the East Coast Minutemen). During the Islanders playoff run, Campbell managed 3 assists. Originally from Chester New Hampshire, Max hopes to play at either Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania, or Salem State University in Massachusetts while majoring in either Sports Management or Business. Campbell looks back fondly on scoring his first goal in his first season in 2013, as well joining Cape Cod in the middle of the 2015-2016 season. He hopes to make a deep playoff run.
 
Eric Szeker: Eric finished his last season as a defenseman with the Cape Cod Islanders, totaling 49 points in 41 games. Szeker also competed on the NA3EHL East team, collecting an additional assist during the 3 game tournament. The senior defenseman managed 2 goals and 4 assists during the Islanders playoff run to the NA3EHL Championship. Hailing from Allentown, New Jersey, Eric plans to continue with his hockey career, playing Divison III hockey at St. Olaf College in Minnesota, while majoring in either nursing or physical therapy. While Szeker looks back on his time in the NA3EHL as an extremely fulfilling and memorable experience, he vows to always remember the great teammates he met along the way. 
 
Dylan Legarie: Dylan wraps up his junior career this season with the Cape Cod Islanders, totaling 21 points and with a +22 rating, in addition to grabbing two assists as part of the NA3EHL East team during a 3 game tournament. Legarie is originally from Warwick, Rhode Island, and played defense for the 2015-2016 Cape Cod Islanders. The senior defenseman also managed to rack up 3 assists in the 2016 playoffs.  
 
Frank Oakley: Frank wrapped up his senior season as a returning forward for the Cape Cod Islanders. Originally from Barnstable, Massachusetts, Frank spent two seasons with the Islanders, scoring 7 goals and making 9 assists for a total of 16 points in his senior season, including 2 power play goals and a game winner. During the Islanders playoff run, Oakley netted 1 goal and 3 assists for a total of 4 points in 6 games. 
 
Mike Jessman: Jessman has been a hometown hero for Cape Cod, originating from Falmouth, Massachusetts. The forward wraps up his senior season with 77 points in 41 games, with 32 goals (including 5 game winners) and 45 assists. In the 2016 playoffs, Jessman totaled 9 points (3 goals, 6 assists). The senior intends to continue his hockey career at Post University.  
 
Anthony Giannelli: Anthony Gianelli finishes his senior season with his team of two years, the Cape Cod Islanders. The 6’1 forward from Plymouth, Massachusetts totaled 35 points in his two seasons with Cape Cod, including 21 in his final year. Gianelli finishes the season with a +10 rating after 75 games with the Islanders. During the 2016 playoffs, the senior forward managed 6 points in 6 games, including 2 goals and 4 assists. 
Maine Wild 
 
Chris King: Chris recently finished his last season as a junior hockey player as a defenseman for the Maine Wild. King totaled 7 points with the Wild this year, netting 1 goal and 6 assists. Hailing from Marysville, Pennsylvania, Chris hopes to continue his hockey career at the Division III level, while receiving a great education. King’s favorite memory from his career thus far is his first official game at the Junior Hockey level. He remembers the “packed rink and loud music” and notes that it was a game that he “will never forget.” 
 
Jordy Knoren: Jordy, a forward from Wijlre, Netherlands, finishes his junor hockey career as a member of the Maine Wild. Knoren tallied 36 points in 43 games for the Wild, including 13 goals and 23 assists, with 11 of those assists coming on the power play. 
Matt Jerome: Matt Jerome is a local hero for Maine. Hailing from Biddeford, he spent 3 seasons with the Wild as a forward. In his senior season, Jerome totalled 35 points, including 16 goals, 4 on the power play, and one game winner. 
 
Greg Terlov: A native of Moscow, Russia, Terlov spent the beginning of his last season with the Lockport Express, racking up 7 points (1 goal, 6 assists) in 9 games. After being traded to the Wild, Terlov tallied 24 points in 32 games, including 10 goals and 14 assists. 
 
East Coast Minutemen 
 
Mason Smith: Mason finished his senior season as a 5’10 forward for the East Coast Minutemen. Mason hails from Bryan, Texas. He totaled 47 points on the season, tallying 26 goals and 21 assists. Smith also participated in the NA3EHL tournament as a member of the East team, where he scored 1 goal in three games. Smith also racked up 87 penalty minutes during the 2015-2016 season. 
 
Matt Bauchman: Matt is a 5’11 forward from Methuen, MA, who wrapped up his senior season this year as a player for the East Coast Minutemen. This is his second year with East Coast, totaling 34 points across two seasons, including 16 goals and 7 assists in 2015-2016. Bauchman spent 18 minutes in the penalty box this season. 
Northeast Generals 
 
Kyle Hoxie: Kyle is a senior player from Kingston, MA, who wrapped up his last year in junior hockey with the Northeast Generals. Hoxie totaled 12 points as a forward for the Generals, including 5 goals (2 on the power play) and 7 assists for the year. 
 
Marcus Shellhamer: Originally from Pembroke, MA, Marcus Shellhammer spent his senior season with the Northeast Generals. During his time on the time, Shellhammer tallied 2 assists as a forward for the team. 
 
Brendan Collins: Brendan Collins is a defenseman from Norwell, Massachusetts. In his senior season, he spent 42 games with the Northeast Generals. Collins totaled 13 points, including one goal and 12 assists. Of his 12 assists, half of them were on the power play. 
 
Travis Hyde: In his senior season in the NA3EHL, Travis Hyde spent 44 games with the Northeast Generals. Hyde racked up 25 points in the 2015-2016 season, including 8 goals and 17 assists. The Syracuse, NY forward managed 1 shorthanded assist and one game winning goal. 
 
Ruslan Cernych: Ruslan Cernych is a forward for the Northeast Generals. Hailing from Vilnuis, Lithuania, the 6’6 forward managed 8 assists in 42 games for the Generals, 3 of which were on the power play. 
 
Trevor Trudeau: Trevor Trudeau, a native of Rockland, Massachusetts, spent his final season of junior hockey as a goalie for the Northeast Generals. Trudeau started in 25 games, including 23 regular season and 3 as a member of the NA3EHL East team. He totaled 1,501 minutes played on the season, including 6 wins and 18 losses. His regular season save percentage was 89.3%. 
 
Syracuse Stampede
 
Kelsey Head: A native of Malone, New York, Kelsey Head spent his senior season as a forward for the Syracuse Stampede. The 6’2 forward totaled 14 points in 44 games for the Stampede, including 8 goals and 6 assists. He tallied a power play goal, a power play assist, and 2 game winning goals during his time with Syracuse. 
 
Raymond Rowe: During his senior season, Rowe tallied 29 points as a defenseman for the Syracuse Stampede. The Pheonix, Arizona native netted 7 goals, including 2 game winners and 3 power play goals, and 22 assists, 5 of which were on the power play. 
 
Dan Buehler: Dan Buehler spent his last two seasons in the NA3EHL with the Syracuse Stampede. The defenseman from Rome, New York, tallied 14 points in 2015-2016, including 11 assists and 3 goals. Buehler was vital to the power play, scoring two goals and two assists during the year while up a man. 
 
Wilkes-Barre Miners
 
Nicholas Vitanovec: Vitanovec has spent the last two seasons as a defenseman for the Wilkes Barre Miners. Hailing from Forty Fort, Pennsylvania, Nicholas tallied 7 assists on the 2015-2016 season for Wilkes Barre. 
 
Brett Welsh: Brett Welsh concluded his junior career as a forward for the Wilkes Barre Miners. The forward is originally from Meshoppen, Pennsylvania. Welsh has spent the last two seasons with the Miners. In his senior season, he racked up 9 goals and 7 assists. Of the 7 goals he scored, there was one game winner and 2 power play goals. Welsh also racked up one assist on the power play in addition to one while shorthanded. 
 
Derrick Wruble: Hailing from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, the 6’0 forward spent his senior season playing 39 games with the Wilkes Barre Penguins. During the season, Wruble racked up 43 points, including 18 goals and 25 assists. Of the 18 goals, 2 were on the power play, one was shorthanded, and one was a game winner. As for his assists, 4 were on the power play and one was shorthanded. Derrick also participated in the NA3EHL Tournament as a member of the NA3EHL West team, where he totaled one goal and one assist. 
 
Kyle Prelewicz: Kyle is a native of Wapwallopen, Pennsylvania, and concluded his senior season with the Wilkes Barre Miners. This 6’2 defenseman tallied 5 points during the 2015-2016 season, including 4 assists and one goal, one of each being on the power play. 
 
Devin Peterson: A native of Middletown, Connecticut, Peterson finished his senior season as a goalie for Wilkes Barre. He started in 10 games, playing in 17 total. Devin totaled 724 minutes during the 2015-2016 season, racking up 8 wins and 2 loses. Peterson’s overall save percentage for the season was 87.1%. 
 
Hunter Hackling: Hunter Hackling has spent the last two seasons as a defenseman for the Wilkes Barre Miners. In his senior season, Hackling totaled 3 assists in 40 games. 
 
Kenny Myers: Kenny Myers is a Media, PA native who concluded his junior hockey career as a forward for the Wilkes Barre Miners. Kenny tallied 5 points in only 8 games this season, including 2 goals and 3 assists, one of which was on the power play. 
 
Lockport Express
 
Sal Stalteri: Sal Stalteri is a Woodbridge, Ontario native who spent his final year in junior hockey as a goalie for the Lockport Express. During his time on Lockport, he started in 23 games, and playing in 26 games all together. Stalteri tallied 9 wins and 9 losses, in addition to 3 overtime losses and including one shutout win. Sal played 1,299 minutes for Lockport, and has a save percentage of 89.8%. 
 
Justin Andriaccio: Justin Andriaccio hails from Mayville, New York, and concluded his senior season in the NA3EHL as a forward for the Lockport Express. In the 2015-2016 season, he played in 14 games for Lockport, tallying 4 goals (2 game winners) and 7 assists for a total of 11 points. Prior to his time in Lockport, Andriaccio played 22 games with the Southern Tier, an NA3HL team. There he racked up 15 points, including 7 goals and 8 assists. Andriaccio also tallied 2 goals and an assist for 3 points during this year’s playoff run.
 
Peter Guido: From Lancaster, New York, 5’11 defenseman Peter Guido celebrates his seniority in the NA3EHL as a member of the Lockport Express. In the 2015-2016 season, Guido totaled 7 points in 13 games, including 1 goal and 6 assists. Of the 6 assists, one was on the power play. 
John Gannon A Syracuse, New York, native, John Gannon concluded his senior season of junior hockey with the Lockport Express. The defenseman played in 30 games this season for Lockport, tallying 3 assists.
 
Jake Andriaccio: The Mayville, New York, native finished off his junior career as a defenseman for the Lockport Express. He tallied 5 points in 17 games, including 4 assists and one goal. Prior to joining Lockport, Andriaccio played 24 games with the Southern Tier, an NA3HL team, where he totaled 7 points with one goal and 6 assists on the 2015-2016 season. 
 
Mark Friol: Mark Friol is a forward from Cheektowaga, New York, who has been with the Lockport Express for the last two seasons. Mark finished this season with 39 points in 36 games, including 3 power play goals, 2 shorthanded goals, and 2 game winning goals, in addition to 5 power play assists. He had 20 goals and 19 assists during the regular season, and 2 goals in the playoffs in 2016.
 
Ryan Logar: Ryan Logar, a Lewiston, New York, native, wrapped up his senior season with 57 points in 41 games for Lockport Express. Logar had 25 goals on the regular season, including 3 game winners, 4 on the power play, and 1 shorthanded. Logar also tallied 35 assists, 7 of them on the power play, and 3 of them during the 2016 playoffs. Ryan also played for the West during the NA3EHL tournament. 
 
Skylands Kings
 
Steven Windt: This Jefferson, New Jersey native spent his senior season as a Defenseman for the Skylands Kings. Only playing in five games in the beginning of the season, Windt totaled 3 points, including one power play assist in addition to one goal and one even strength assist. 
 
Matt Sinatra: Matt Sinatra was a senior defenseman for the Skylands Kings during the 2015-2016 season. In his 29 games, Sinatra netted 3 goals (one on the power play and one shorthanded), and 12 assists (2 on the power play), for a total of 15 points. The 5’10 defenseman hails from Rockaway, New Jersey. 
 
Tim Vant: Originating from Beesleys Point, New Jersey, Tim Vant spent his senior season playing for the Skylands Kings. The forward collected 11 goals during his 44 game stint with the Kings, including 1 shorthanded and one game winner. Vant also managed 17 assists for a total of 28 points on the season, including 2 on the power play and one shorthanded.
 
Mark Crevina: Matt Crevina, a forward for Skylands Kings in the 2015-2016 season, netted 3 goals and 4 assists for a total of 7 points in 9 games for the Kings. Crevina collected two goals while on the power play. The 5’10 forward is orginally from West Milford, New Jersey. 
 
Billy Rafferty: Originally from Newton, New Jersey, Rafferty was a defenseman for the Skylands Kings in the 2015-2016 season. He managed to collect 6 points in 6 games, scoring 3 goals, in addition to a game winner, and collecting 2 assists, half of which were on the power play. 
 
Cory Decosta: Hailing from Parsippany, New Jersey, Decosta racked up 75 points in 41 games for the Skylands Kings. He scored 28 goals, including 4 on the power play, 2 shorthanded, and 4 game winners. His 47 assists include 15 power play assists. The 5’10 forward also participated as a member of the NA3EHL East team in the tournament.
Alec Sanchez Alec Sanchez competed in 23 games for the Skylands Kings during the 2015-2016 season. In those games, the forward managed 12 goals, including 2 on the power play. Sanchez also totaled 18 assists, 5 of which were on the power play. Alec originates from Bayonne, New Jersey. 
New England Stars
 
Devyn Levesque: Devyn Levesque has spent the last two seasons with the New England Stars. In his senior season, the Hudson, Massachusetts goalie played in 15 games, including starting in 14. Levesque totaled 872 minutes of  play in 2015-2016, tallying 10 wins and 5 losses, one being in overtime. Levesque’s save percentage is 90.5%. 
 
Kyle Weiss: Kyle Weiss has spent two seasons with the New England Stars, playing in 43 games in his senior season. The Andover, New Jersey forward netted 19 goals this season, one of which during the Stars playoff run. His 19 goal repetoire includes 5 power play goals, one shorthanded, and one game winner.  Weiss also tallied 13 assists, 8 of which were on the power play. The senior is continuing his hockey career at Post University this fall. 
 
Mitchell Fehd: Hailing from Gilbert, Arizona, the 6’0 forward totalled 16 points in 18 games for the New England Stars this past season. Of his point total, he netted 4 goals (2 on the power play, one game winner), and collected 12 assists, two of them being on the power play. 
 
Steve Crocker: Crocker has been committed to the New England Stars for two seasons, playing in a total of 81 games. The Nashua, New Hampshire forward totalled 36 points in 44 games this season, and landed a spot on the NA3EHL East team. He netted 2 game winning goals, as well as 2 on the power play. 
 
Jake Latham: Jake Latham, a forward from Nashua, New Hampshire, has spent two seasons with the New England Stars. In his senior season, Latham totaled 50 points, including 32 goals and 18 assists. He also scored one playoff goal during the 2016 playoff run. Of his 32 goals, 8 were game winners, and 13 came during a power play. 
 
Cam Webster: Hailing from Boxborough, Massachusetts, the 6’2 defenseman played in 18 games for the New England Stars this season. During these games, he managed 2 goals and 9 assists for a total of 11 points. A third of his assists came during the power play. 
 
Robbie Campbell: Robbie Campbell spent his senior season as a goalie for the New England Stars. The Raritan, New Jersey, native started in all 15 games he played in, totaling 849 minutes of  playing time. During his time, the 6’1 goalie collected 11 wins and 2 losses. Campbell’s save percentage for the 2015-2016 season is 89.6%. Campbell also had one loss during the 2016 playoffs. The senior will continue playing at Assumption College this fall. 

L/A Fighting Spirit 
 
Linder Kenyon: A native of Yardley, Pennsylvania, the 6’0 defenseman played 13 regular season and 4 playoff games for the  Lewiston/Auburn Fighting Spirit in his senior season. Kenyon collected 9 point in the regular season, including one goal and 8 assists, 3 of which were on the power play. He then went on to record 5 points in the playoffs, including 2 power play goals and one power play assist. 

Mike Heffernan: A native of Brockton, Massachusetts, the 6’1 forward played 39 regular season and 4 playoff games for the Lewiston/Auburn Fighting Spirit in 2015-2016. The senior totaled 27 points this season, netting 13 goals and 14 assists, including 2 game winning goals and 4 on the power play, and 2 power play assists. 
 
Thomas Puetz: In the 2015-2016 season, Puetz totaled 20 points in 14 games, including a playoff assist. The Chigaco, Illinois native scored 8 goals, including 3 on the power play. The senior also tallied 12 assists, including 2 on the power plau and one shorthanded. 
 
Austin Davis: Hailing from Augusta, Maine, the 5’11 forward totalled 8 points in 17 games, including a playoff goal. Davis’ point total includes 1 power play assist in addition to 3 full strength assists, and 4 regular season goals. 
 
Clay Janowiak: Janowiak played in 16 regular season and 4 playoff games for the Fighting Spirit in the 2015-2016 season. The senior forward from Orlando, Florida tallied 5 goals, including two in the 4 game playoff run. Janowiak also scored 6 assists, one being on the power play. 
 
Austin Siering: A native of Dover, New Hampshire, the 5’10 defenseman played in 42 regular season and 4 playoff games for the Fighting Spirit. Siering totaled 27 points in 2015-2016, including 3 playoff assists. In addition, the senior had 22 regular season assists (7 on the power play, 1 shorthanded) and 2 goals, one of which was a game winner. 
 
David Fish: A native of Hudson Falls, New York, the 5’11 forward has spent 4 seasons with the Fighting Spirit. In his senior season, Fish totaled 21 points, including one playoff assist. During the regular season, the senior tallied 8 goals, including 2 game winners and one shorthanded. In addition, Fish had 12 assists (including one on the power play). He intends to continue his hockey career at Niagara University, playing in the D1 ACHA. 
 
Colby Siering: A native of Dover, New Hampshire, the 6’2 forward played in 40 Fighting Spirit games in the 2015-2016 season. He tallied 1 playoff assist in addition to 21 on the regular season, 3 of which were on the power play. Siering netted 22 goals, including 2 on the power play, 5 shorthanded, and 1 game winner. 
 
Laim McGrath: Originally from Long Wood, Florida, the 6’3 defenseman played in 10 games for the Fighting Spirit in the 2015-2016 season. In his senior season, McGrath netted 3 goals, including one on the power play and one game winner. The senior also tallied 3 assists. 
 
Claes Endre: Hailing from Stockholm, Sweden, the 6’1 goalie played in 27 games for Lewiston/Auburn. Endre totalled 1382 regular season minutes, and 237 during the playoffs. The senior started in all 27 games, and tallied 16 wins and 10 losses. His save percentage during the regular season was 91.7%, and 92.9% during the 2016 playoffs.
Jersey Shore Wildcats
 
Scott Hansen: In his senior season, the Bellingham, Washington defenseman managed 45 points in 42 games for the Wildcats. He netted 15 goals and had an assist in another 30 during the regular season. Of these, Hansen had 3 game winning goals, one shorthanded, and nine on the power play. During the Wildcats playoff run, he netted another goal and 8 additional assists to help the Wildcats move on to win the Championship. 
 
Alexander Tan: Hailing from Newark, Delaware, this senior defenseman totaled 42 points in his final season with Jersey Shore. He tallied 5 goals and 36 assists in 43 games in the 2015-2016 season, including two shorthanded assists. Tan also participated as part of the NA3EHL West team in a 3 game tournament. Tan played in 4 of 7 playoff games this season for the Wildcats. 
 
Zach Roth: During the 2015-2016 season, Zach Roth totaled 10 points in 31 games for the Wildcats. The senior defenseman tallied 4 goals and 6 assists, including two game winning goals and one power play assist. During the 2016 playoff run, the Wilmette, Illinois native assisted on 3 goals, helping Jersey Shore to win the 2016 NA3EHL Championship. 
 
Jared Karas: Hailing from Port Matilda, Pennsylvania, the 6 foot forward managed 79 points in 41 games for the Wildcats. During the regular season, Karas posted 33 goals and 46 assists, 8 of which were game winning goals. The senior also participated in the tournament as a member of the NA3EHL West team, tallying 3 goals and 3 assists. During Jersey Shore’s 7 game playoff run, Karas tallied 10 points: 9 assists and one goal. 
 
Travis Valvo: Travis Valvo from Buffalo, New York, managed 43 points in 38 games during the regular season for Jersey Shore. The 6 foot forward posted 23 goals and 20 assists, including 4 game winning goals, and two while down a man. During the 2016 playoff run, Valvo tallied 10 points in 7 games, playing a huge hand in the 2016 NA3EHL Championship being awarded to the Jersey Shore Wildcats. 
 
Braedan Colgan: Braedan Colgan played in 16 games, including 15 starts, for the Jersey Shore Wildcats during the 2015-2016 season. The Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, native played in 902 minutes in his senior season, gathering 9 wins and 5 losses, with a save percentage of 88.1%. 
 

 

 
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