FOXBORO SPORTS CENTER, PRO DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE ACTION,  8/9/17

 Pop Tops vs. CCM


Includes Jack Eichel, Bobby Farnham, Harry Zolnierczyk, Matt Gryzelcyk, Ryan Ruck, Connor Lacouvee, and Kevin Rooney and Nick Lappin



Team Pop Tops (Harlow)   Edge Performance Systems
GM: Matt Harlow  Coach: Dave Monteiro 
GM/Coach: Brian McDonough

2 Brian Matthews Omaha (USHL)/ Committed Yale
3 Garrett Noonan Hartford (AHL)/Greenville (ECHL)   
3 Tommy Cross Boston (NHL)/Providence (AHL)
4 Matt Gryzelcyk Boston (NHL)/Providence (AHL)   

4 Adam Clendening New York Rangers (NHL)
5 Matt Fayne Edmonton (NHL)/Bakersfield (AHL)   
5 Brian Dumoulin Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL)
6 Danny Federico South Carolina (ECHL)   
6 Mike Cornell Straubing (DEL)
7 John Marino Harvard (ECAC)   
7 Sean Sullivan  Straubing (DEL)
8 Doyle Somerby Boston University (Hockey East)   
8 Brian Boyle Toronto Maple Leafs (NHL)
9 Harry Zolnierczyk Nashville (NHL)/Milwaukee (AHL)   

9 Jake Kamrass Umass Lowell (Hockey East)
10 Bobby Farnham Montreal (NHL)/St. Johns (AHL)   
10 Bill Sweezey Yale (ECAC)
12 Garnet Hathaway Calgary (NHL)/Stockton (AHL)   
11 Max Willman Brown (ECAC)
13 Chris Calnan Boston College (Hockey East)   
12 Ryan Segalla Wilkes Barre (AHL)/Wheeling (ECHL)
14 Nick Lappin New Jersey (NHL)/Albany (AHL)   
13 Jake Kulevich Colgate (ECAC)/Manitoba (AHL)
15 Jack Eichel Buffalo (NHL)   
14 Kevin Hayes New York Rangers (NHL)
16 Kevin Rooney New Jersey (NHL)/Albany (AHL)   
15 Jimmy Hayes Boston Bruins (NHL)
17 Neil Shea  Lawrence Academy/Committed Northeastern   
16 Kyle Palmieri New Jersey Devils (NHL)
18 Nolan Vesey Maine (Hockey East)   
17 Chris Wagner Anaheim (NHL)/San Diego (AHL)
19 Jimmy Vesey New York Rangers (NHL)   
18 Jordan Weal Philadelphia (NHL)/Leigh Valley (AHL)
20 Dennis Robertson Charlotte (AHL)   
19 Jeremy Morin Tucson (AHL)
22 Pat Shea Maine (Hockey East)   
20 Michael Kapla Umass Lowell(Hockey East)/New Jersey(NHL)
30 Connor Lacouvee Boston University (Hockey East)   
21 Gunnar Hughes Adirondack (ECHL)


Keator Club   Team CCM
GM/Coach: Matt Keator  Asst. Coach: Ryan Keator   GM/Coach: Derek Richard

2 Luke McInnis Boston College (Hockey East)
3 Ryan Shea Northeastern (Hockey East)
4 Garrett Cockerill Northeastern (Hockey East)
5 Miles Gendron UCONN (Hockey East)
6 Gus Young San Antonio (AHL)/Missouri (ECHL)   
6 Max Gottlieb Brown (ECAC)
7 Adam Gaudette Northeastern (Hockey East)
9 Ty Amonte Penticton (BCHL)/Committed Boston University
10 Jason Salvaggio UNH (Hockey East)
11 Reilly Walsh Proctor (Prep)/Committed Harvard   
11 Lincoln Griffin Northeastern (Hockey East)
12 Sam Kurker Northeastern (Hockey East)/Albany (AHL)
13 Tyler Bird Brown (ECAC)
14 Brian Hart Syracuse (AHL)/Kalamazoo (ECHL)   
14 Chris Grando Green Bay (USHL)/Committed Boston College
15 Luke Stevens Yale (ECAC)
16 Brian Pinho Providence (Hockey East)
17 Oliver Wahlstrom USNTDP   
17 Niko Rufo Providence (Hockey East)
18 Max Letunov UCONN (Hockey East)
19 Jack Donato South Shore Kings(USPHL)/Committed Harvard   
19 Ben Murphy Norfolk (ECHL)
20 Arron Titcomb Merrimack (Hockey East)

21 Connor Moore Boston College (Hockey East)
30 Ryan Ruck Northeastern (Hockey East)

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POP TOPS

31 Gavin FitzPatrick - Thayer (Prep) G
36 Trevor Spence - Nobles (Prep) D
37 Gray Betts - Phillips Exeter (Prep) D|F
38 Matt McVeigh - Middlesex (Prep) D
39 Aidan McDonough - Thayer (Prep); Commitment: NU F
41 Phil Tresca - Rivers (Prep) F
42 Jack Murphy - Thayer (Prep) D
43 Tyler Young - St. Marks (Prep) F
44 Nolan FitzPatrick - Thayer (Prep) F
45 Kyle Tomaso - South Shore Kings U16 (USPHL) F
46 Reilly Moran - Thayer (Prep) F
47 Nolan Hayes - Thayer (Prep) D
48 Aidan Connolly - Dexter (Prep) F
49 Ryan Doolin - Westminster (Prep); Commit: Harvard F
51 Christian Hayes - Thayer (Prep) F
52 Michael Kesselring - New Hampton (Prep); Commitment:MC D
53 Sean Keohan - Dexter (Prep); Commitment:Dartmouth D
54 Joe Dunlap - New Hampton (Prep) F
56 Luke Harrington - Hotchkiss (Prep) F
60 Jimmy Scannell - Thayer (ISL) G


CCM

31 Aidan Murphy - Dexter (Prep) G
36 Matt Beniers - Milton (Prep)  F
37 Jason Dobay - Thayer (Prep); Commitment: Umass-Amherst D
38 Tom Messineo - St. Sebs (Prep) D
39 Colby Bailey - St. Marks (Prep) D
41 Chase McIinnis - Dexter (Prep) F
42 Jayden Struble - Nobles (Prep); Commitment: Northeastern D
43 Drew Bavaro - Lawrence (Prep) D
44 Bobby Pearl - Dexter (Prep) D
45 Cam Gaudette - Boston Advantage U18 D
46 Tristan Amonte - Thayer (Prep) F
47 Jerry Harding - Nobles (Prep); Commitment: Providence F
48 Casey Carreau - Thayer (Prep); Commitment: BC F
49 Mike Lombardi - Kimball Union (Prep); Commitment: QU F
51 Max Sauve - South Shore Kings NCDC F
52 Harrison Roy - Loomis (Prep); Commitment: Maine F
53 Ryan Stevens - Nobles (Prep); Commitment: Yale F
54 Brady Gaudette - Boston Advantage U18 F
56 Craig Needham - Lawrence (Prep); Commitment:Maine F
60 Ryan Ferland - Sioux City (USHL); Commitment: Princeton G

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FOXBORO SPORTS CENTER, PRO DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE ACTION, JULY 26, 2017

 Pop Tops vs. CCM


Includes Jack Eichel, Bobby Farnham, Harry Zolnierczyk, Matt Gryzelcyk, Ryan Ruck, Connor Lacouvee, and Kevin Rooney and Nick Lappin



                                                               BRUINS WAIVE BELESKEY





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BOSTON - Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney on Thursday, December 14, that the team has placed Matt Beleskey on waivers for purpose of assignment to Providence.

"Matt was placed on waivers with the hope that he will have the opportunity to go to Providence, play in all situations, get his confidence and game back to the level he brought in his first year with the Bruins," said Sweeney. "Matt has been nothing but an exemplary teammate and pro during the time that he has not been in the lineup but we felt playing would be more beneficial to Matt than practicing, especially with the limited practice time available with regards to our schedule."

Beleskey, 29, has appeared in 14 games with Boston this season. The 6-foot, 203-pound forward appeared in 49 games in 2016-17, tallying three goals and five assists for eight points with 47 penalty minutes and a minus-10 rating. In his first season with Boston in 2015-16, Beleskey recorded 15 goals and 22 assists for 37 points with 65 penalty minutes and a plus-6 rating in 80 games.

Over his nine-year NHL career, Beleskey has skated in 472 games, compiling 75 goals and 82 assists for 157 points with 431 penalty minutes.

The Windsor, Ontario native was originally selected by Anaheim in the fourth round (112th overall) of the 2006 NHL Entry Draft. He signed a multi-year contract with Boston as a free agent on July 1, 2015.

HOCKEY LOSES A BEAUTIFUL YOUNG MAN





Hearts were heavy in Providence and at rinks across the continent when news broke that former Providence College men’s hockey player Drew Brown passed away at home on Saturday morning at the age of 25 after a long battle with cancer.

“Our program mourns the passing of Drew Brown early this morning,” Friars coach Nate Leaman said in a statement. “Drew touched everyone with whom he came into contact with his energy, his smile and his big heart. Drew was a thoughtful, soft-spoken teammate who would do anything for his team. Drew showed amazing courage in his battle with cancer. Our Friar family will miss him dearly.

“With the support of one another, we will find strength to honor Drew.”

A native of Grass Lake, Mich., Brown appeared in 75 games for the Friars from 2011 to 2014, totaling 10 goals and 22 assists. After sustaining an injury in the 2014 Hockey East semifinal, an MRI revealed a tumor that was diagnosed as Ewing’s Sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer which caused him to miss the entire 2014-15 season.

Brown continued his long, courageous battle with the disease and became an inspiration for the Friars during their 2015 national championship run.

In the 2015-16 season, Brown joined the men’s hockey’s staff as an undergraduate student assistant coach. Prior to the team’s Senior Night on Feb. 25, 2016, Brown suited up and joined his teammates for pregame warm-ups on the ice in a special moment at Schneider Arena.

Proceeds from Saturday night’s game against Massachusetts at Schneider Arena will go directly to the Brown family. Drew Brown’s GoFundMe page has already raised over $50,000 and will continue to be open for donations for people not attending tonight’s game that still wish to donate.

“I would like to thank all those people who have supported Drew and his family,” Leaman added. “I would also like to thank the Providence College students, administration and community for their support and prayers. Also, thank you to Hockey Coaches Care, John Buccigross and the college hockey community for their support and contributions. This long battle has taken a large toll on Drew’s family and without the support received, Drew would not have had the resources to take on this battle. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Brown family and his fiancée Michelle during this difficult time.”

Brown is survived by his mother Sandy, father Duke, younger sister Nicole, and his fiancée Michelle Danko.











FOXBORO SPORTS CENTER, PRO DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE ACTION, JULY 26, 2017

 Pop Tops vs. CCM

Includes players from New Hampton School (Mike Kesselring and Joe Dunlap) as well as Thayer, Dexter, Nobles and others. Many of these players have already committed to D1 programs, such as Providence, Boston College, Merrimack, UMass Amherst​ and Princeton