This week my Alumni Report on http://www.calirubber.com focuses on California-trained hockey players in the NCAA Division I and Division III ranks.
Several men and women are leading their teams in scoring, and a few are among the NCAA leaders.
In the Division I women’s game, Northeastern sophomore F Kristi Kehoe (Bakersfield) and Providence freshman F Laura Veharanta (La Verne) lead their respective teams in scoring, and freshman F Paula Romanchuk (San Jose) tops Princeton in goals.
In the Division I men’s game, sophomore F Jason Krispel (Cypress) of Connecticut, freshman F Nielsson Arcibal (Vista) of American International lead their teams in scoring, and junior F Rhett Rakhshani (Huntington Beach) of Denver, junior F Ryan Lasch (Lake Forest) of St. Cloud State and freshman F Casey Wellman (Brentwood) of Massachusetts are second on their teams in scoring.
It also was a big week for pros from California.
Bobby Ryan of the Anaheim Ducks had a five-goal week and was recognized as the NHL’s Second Star of the Week. Forwards Matt Ford of the Charlotte Checkers and Tim Kraus of the Ontario Reign were selected to the ECHL All-Star Game.
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This week’s California hockey alumni updates are up at http://www.calirubber.com
Among the highlights are:
How Californians Austin Block, Michael Juola and Mark Pustin have propelled Fairbanks to the top of the NAHL’s West Division. Story here
Pasadena’s Brett Sterling has picked up his scoring pace for the Chicago Wolves of the AHL. Story here
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Among the highlights:
California players – particularly Vancouver defenseman Jonathon Blum and Kelowna center Colin Long – continue to dominate in the WHL. And those two and others, such as Spokane’s Mitch Wahl, Kamloops’ CJ Stretch and Everett’s Shane Harper, have some company. Rookie Tyler Maxwell is scoring at almost a point-per-game clip.
Bobby Ryan’s return to the NHL has been very solid, and read how Richard Park helped sink the Canadiens.
Matt Ford got his first AHL goal last week.
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Alumni Report for the Week of Oct. 27