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12/14/11…This coming weekend the boys teams at Shattuck St. Mary’s will be competing in the 2011 SSM Adidas College Showcase, in Faribault, MN. The BU18DA team will play a friendly game against MTA on Friday night as the featured game. Both the U18YS and U16DA teams will play three games total. U18 Division (#1-8)/U17 Division (#9-16) 1 SSM U18YS (MN) 9 SSM U16DA (MN) 2 Chicago Sockers U18 (IL) 10 Valley United (MN) 3 Nebraska F.C. (NE) 11 West Des Moines SC (IA) 4 Rockford Raptors (IL) 12 Fury Futbol Club (IL) 5 Madison 56′ers (WI) 13 Bravarians SC (WI) 6 St. Croix (MN) 14 Madison FC Gold (WI) 7 MYSC Rush (WI) 15 Chicago Sockers (IL) 8 Elm Grove (WI) 16 Elm Grove (WI) Friday, December 16th Kick-Off Time 1 U17 Valley United vs Bavarians 7:30am-9:00am 2 U17 West Des Moines vs Fury Futbol Club 9:00am-10:30am 3 U18 Nebraska FC vs Elm Grove U18 10:30am-12:00pm 4 U17 Elm Grove U17 vs Madison FC 12:00-1:30pm 5 U18 Madison 56′ers vs MYSC 1:30pm-3:00pm 6 U17 Valley United vs Fury Futbol Club 3:00pm-4:30pm 7 U18 Sockers U18 vs Rockford Raptors 4:30-6:00pm 8 U18 SSM 93/94 vs St. Croix 6:00pm-7:30pm 9 U17 Sockers U17 vs SSM 95/96 7:30-9:00pm 10 U18 SSM U18 DA vs Minnesota Thunder U18 DA 9:00-11:00pm Saturday, December 17th Kick-Off Time 11 U18 Nebraska FC vs St. Croix 7:30am-9:00am 12 U17 Bavarians vs West Des Moines 9:00am-10:30am 13 U17 Sockers U17 vs Madison FC 10:30am-12:00pm 14 U17 SSM 95/96 vs Elm Grove U17 12:00-1:30pm 15 U18 Elm Grove U18 vs SSM 93/94 1:30pm-3:00pm 16 U17 Bavarians vs Fury Futbol Club 3:00pm-4:30pm 17 U17 West Des Moines vs Valley United 4:30-6:00pm 18 U18 MYSC vs Rockford Raptors 6:00pm-7:30pm 19 U18 Sockers U18 vs Madison 56′ers 7:30-9:00pm 20 U17 Sockers U17 vs Elm Grove U17 9:00-10:30pm Sunday, December 18th Kick-Off Time 21 U17 SSM 95/96 vs Madison FC 7:30am-9:00am 22 U18 SSM 93/94 vs Nebraska FC 9:00am-10:30am 23 U18 Sockers U18 vs MYSC 10:30am-12:00pm 24 U18 St. Croix vs Elm Grove U18 12:00-1:30pm 25 U18 Rockford Raptors vs Madison 56′ers 1:30-3:00pm
12/14/11…Two weekends ago the U18DA and U16DA teams traveled to Sarasota, Florida to compete in the Development Academy Showcase. Both teams did well, finishing the showcase with a 2-1 record. U18DA First game vs. FC Delco SSM jumped off to a quick start with a goal in the first minute of the game. FC Delco tied the game on a 30 yard shot midway through the first half. Several minutes before the half ended FC Delco got a second goal after winning a ball off a pass back to a SSM defender. Half ended 2-1. Second half saw SSM hold off FC Delco as they pushed forward for another goal. Last 15 minutes of the game SSM pushed up to try and get the equalizer. SSM got in behind the defense and sent two crosses in from the right side but was unable to make anything of the cross. Game ended 2-1. Second game vs. Seacoast United SSM controlled the game from the start, as several players who didn’t start of Saturday made the starting 11. The ball movement and mobility of the SSM players created numerous opportunities and forced Seacoast to spend most of the half inside their defending third of the field. The teams went into halftime 2-0 in favor or Shattuck. Seacoast started the second half strong, stepping up to try and pressure SSM in their defending half of the field. However, even with the pressure SSM held off Seacoast and kept a clean sheet on the day. Third game vs. FC Greater Boston SSM entered this final game wanting to complete the showcase with a win. SSM again dominated possession in the first half but each team traded off penalty kicks with Christian Foust making the save to keep FC Greater Boston scoreless in the first half. John Lujano, whose penalty kick was initially saved put away the rebound to score for SSM. The half ended 1-0. Twenty-seven seconds into the second half Jacob Gandarilla stole a ball from an opposing player, wins in a 1v1 situation and then beats the goalkeeper on a shot from the top of the box, 2-0 for SSM. FC Greater Boston has a man ejected for serious foul play but responds positively minutes later by scoring a goal to make the score 2-1. For the remainder of the game FC Greater Boston tries to push forward in search of the tying goal while SSM looks to counter. SSM gets into the opposing penalty area four different times on counters but cannot get the ball past the opposing goalkeeper to put away the game. The final few minutes of play are frantic as SSM has to deal with long balls into the box and long throws to the near post. The game ends 2-1. BU18 DA completes showcase with a 2-1 record. Overall record for BU18 is 4-1. All games played so far are out of conference games. U16DA First Game vs. FC Delco SSM came out in and played a solid game that was even matched with an FC Delco side. In the first half, Corey Saurewine put SSM on the board with a slashing goal around the 21st minute. In the second half, Akeem Ward put Shattuck on the board again with a goal off of a corner kick. Although the game was evenly matched, FC Delco did not have many quality chances on goal. The game finished 2-0 for SSM. Second Game vs. Seacoast United Coming off a quality win the day before, SSM started right where they left on a goal from Tom Bisset in the ’3 minute of the game. http://www.ussoccer.com/media-library/Videos/Academy/Academy/2011/1112-NIF-Winter-Showcase/111205-Academy-Goals-Day-3.aspx This goal would be the enough for the victory as SSM held on to win 1-0. Third Game vs. Greater Boston This game was tough for the SSM side. From the start of the game they struggled to connect enough passes to make any quality scoring chances. In the first half, Greater Boston scored two goals midway through. The second half, didn’t see much change with the game ending 2-0 to Greater Boston. This is the first time this season the the U16DA team has been shutout. BU16DA completes showcase with a 2-1 record. Overall record for BU16DA is 3-1-1. All games played so far are out of conference games.
Fejes scores twice in rout of Elite League standings leader Team Southeast
Hunter Fejes scored twice, and John Draeger and Teddy Blueger each had a goal and two assists to lead Shattuck-St. Mary’s past Team Southeast 8-2 on Sunday, Oct. 23, in an Upper Midwest High School Elite League matchup of standings leaders at Hobbs Ice Center in Eau Claire, Wis.
The teams alternated scoring the first five goals. The score was tied at 2 early in the second period when Shattuck-St. Mary’s (13-1-1) scored three times to take a 5-2 lead into the third.
Fejes scored both his goals in the third period as Shattuck-St. Mary’s finished the regular season on an 11-game win streak. Shattuck-St. Mary’s lone loss came on Oct. 1 to team Wisconsin.
Team Southwest, which had already clinched the regular season league title, dropped to 13-4-3. Two of Team Southwest’s losses have come against Shattuck-St. Mary’s. Team Southeast had one game remaining on its schedule, a matchup against host Team Wisconsin on Sunday afternoon.
Shattuck-St. Mary’s, which annually joins the Elite League two weeks after the rest of the teams, finished in second with 28 points in the standings despite playing six fewer games.
Team Southeast’s Tyler Sheehy of Burnsville scored in the first period and Scott Nelson of Eastview tied it at 2 on a power play just 47 seconds in the second period.
Shattuck-St. Mary’s goaltender Kyle Hayton stopped 24 of 26 shots and lowered his league-best save percentage to .929. Hayton also has the Elite League’s best goals-against average at 1.88.
Anders Franke of Elk River stopped 30 of 38 shots.
Team Southeast lost top defenseman Eric Schurhamer of St. Thomas Academy to a game ejection for butt-ending late in the second period. Schurhamer also received a 5-minute misconduct for the infraction.
SSM rolls past Team Southeast
Devils put the ‘C’ on Parise’s sweater
By Dave Lozo - NHL.com Staff Writer
The move comes after Parise signed a one-year contract this offseason. Parise will become an unrestricted free agent after this season, but has said both his agent and the team will work on a long-term extension during the season.
As per the collective-bargaining agreement, Parise can’t sign a new deal until after Jan. 1.
Parise talked about potentially becoming the team’s captain with NHL.com before training camp, saying: “Of course I would like to. I think right now, with our team, we’re in a transition period where for six years, I was always the youngest guy and all of a sudden I’m one of the oldest. We’re at a point where there are a lot of veteran guys who aren’t with us anymore.
“As a player, you try to take a little bit more of a leadership role every year. Whether you have the ‘C’ or not, it’s not as if players are going to look at me different. That’s just now how it is. Players just respect other players whether they got a ‘C’ on their jersey or not.”
The Devils drafted Parise in the first round of the 2003 Entry Draft. In six seasons with New Jersey, the native of Minneapolis has scored at least 30 goals four times with a career-high of 45 in 2008-09. The left wing is coming off a season where he played just 13 games due to a knee injury suffered at the end of October.
Devils put the ‘C’ on Parise’s sweater
Jordy Murray wearing #28 playing in the Swiss National League A for Rapperwil Lakers.
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Former Sabre Jordy Murray Playing for Rapperswil Lakers
Reilly’s vision makes him top scholastic option Tuesday, 06.14.2011 / 12:01 PM / 2011 NHL Entry Draft By Mike G. Morreale - NHL.com Staff Writer Mike Reilly might not possess that intimidating look or hulking stature that’s usually coveted in today’s defensemen, but it’s amazing what intelligence and vision can do for a top prospect along the blue line.In his first season at the famed Shattuck-St. Mary’s school in Faribault, Minn.
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Reilly’s vision makes him top scholastic option
Four Shattuck Alumni are competing in the 2011 IIHF World Championships in Slovakia. Follow Goaltender Ty Conklin, Defenceman Jack Johnson and Forwards Derek Stepan and Chris Porter. http://www.iihf.com/channels-11/iihf-world-championship-wc11/homeiihf.html