Category Archives: Junior

IceRays Tender T1EHL Forward Bud Winter

Bud Winter

The Corpus Christi IceRays, proud members of the North American Hockey League, have signed forward Bud Winter of the St. Louis AAA Blues U18 in the Tier 1 Elite Hockey League (T1EHL) to a tender contract for the 2017-18 season.

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Players Announced for USHL/NHL Top Prospects Game

Joshua Dunne

The 40 players selected include 29 U.S. players, 32 that are committed to NCAA Division I programs, 35 that were on the NHL Central Scouting Preliminary List on Nov. 16, 2016 and 38 who have been listed by NHL Central Scouting at some point in their USHL career.

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Jr Blues Maddox Gets NAHL Callup

Sam Maddox

The St. Louis Jr. Blues, proud members of the NA3HL, are pleased to announce that forward Sam Maddox has been called up by the NAHL’s Topeka RoadRunners.

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Proof Positive

Frankie Melton

Pop Quiz… who is currently leading the North American Hockey League (NAHL) in goals this season? If you answered former NA3HL and St. Louis Jr. Blues forward Frankie Melton, you would be correct!

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Getting to Know – #10 Jake Henderson

Jake Henderson

Jake Henderson is in his second season with the Kitchener Rangers, but there are still quite a few things you may not know about him, including…

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Brown Bears forward Radetic named Midwest Division Star of the Week

Luke Radetic

Kenai River Brown Bears forward Luke Radetic has been named the Midwest Division Star of the Week by the North American Hockey League.

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Puricelli, Jr. Blues stretch win streak to seven

Brandon Puricelli

The Junior Blues received a pair of goals from forward Brandon Puricelli on Saturday. It gave him three goals in the weekend series.

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Friedmann scores two as Grizzlies beat Clippers

TJ Friedmann
St. Louis might not seem the obvious place to look for hockey talent. But T.J. Friedmann would care to disagree. The six-foot-three native of the Missouri metropolis scored twice to lead the Victoria Grizzlies to a 5-2 victory over the Nanaimo Clippers on Saturday night at the Q Centre as the B.C. Hockey League club rolled to 18-5-5.
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Spitfires notebook: Logan Brown out at least another two weeks with wrist injury

Logan Brown

It was not the homecoming Windsor Spitfires centre Logan Brown had envisioned.

Although he was born in the United States, Brown spends most of his summers in the nation’s capital and has plenty of family in the area.

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Radetic restarts career with Brown Bears

Luke Radetic

Luke Radetic thought his hockey career might be over.

Radetic grew up getting coached by one of the best American goal scorers of all time. He spent his childhood playing with a friend who is now in the NHL.

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