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The U18YS team comes home from the CASL Showcase in North Carolina with a win and two loses. The squad learned a lot from the weekend playing in an older U19 age group. The boys dropped the first two games against SAC Premier and Dixie Lions Athletic, but finished the weekend with a win against host CASL Elite. On Friday the boys took on SAC Premier out of Maryland. Right off the bat the game was not in the sabres favor. They had three starters go down with injuries in the first half. They snuck out of the first half only being down 1-0. The second half was a different story when SAC capitalized on three quality chances, finishing the game 4-0. The next morning, the sabres took on Dixie Lions Athletic out of Canada. Playing in the U19 division, the sabres were clearly the younger team according to size. The Canadian team came out strong, but the Shattuck players were up for the challenge. Dixie Lions scored right before halftime off of a corner kick. With the sabres not finding many chances in the second half, that is how the game ended at 1-0 in favor of Dixie Lions Athletics. Sunday ended up being the best day for the Shattuck St. Mary’s team so they continued to get stronger throughout the weekend. They took on a CASL Elite team out of North Carolina, and the host’s of the showcase. The game was evenly matched from the start, but the sabres had more of the ball and better chances on goal. Late in the second half, with four minutes left, top goal scorer, Neal Usry came up big for the sabres, slotting home a through ball from newcomer Geoffrey Dee . Next up for the U18YS team is the Shattuck St. Mary’s College Showcase in Faribault, MN.
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U18YS Finish Weekend on a High Note
10/31/11…The Shattuck St. Mary’s COE teams that were in action this past weekend had quality matches against the likes of the Chicago Sockers, South Dakota United, and the Chicago Fire Juniors. All teams fared well on the weekend getting positive results in every game. BU16DA: The U16DA team traveled to South Dakota to take on the South Dakota United U16 and U18 teams on Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday against SDU U16 team, the sabres got off to a good starting winning 4-3, getting goals from Steve Eneme (2), Cory Saurewine , and Luke Stauffer . On Sunday against the SDU U18 squad the sabres kept a clean-sheet behind goalkeeper Loren Whittaker , winning the game 4-0. SSM got their goals from Karl Frisk (2) and Luke Stauffer (2). BU18YS: The U18YS team traveled to Chicago with the U18DA to play a mixture of different players from the Chicago Sockers club. On Saturday, the U18YS squad won a close game 1-0 on a goal from Emil Gonsalvez , and got a clean-sheet behind Dary Dewalt and Adam Prevost who split the game in net. On Sunday, the U18YS went up against a tougher team and had their hands full early on, going down 1-0 at halftime. With a late surge and a formation change the sabres tied the game off of an unassisted goal from Julio Gaviria . The game ended at 1-1. BU18DA: The U18DA team played the same Chicago Sockers club, but a different mixture of players both days. O Saturday, Chirstian Foust was the goal-keeper who was awarded the clean sheet in a 3-0 win. The sabres goals came from Ricky Lopez , Patrick Barnes , and Mike Bajza . On Sunday, the U18DA squad poured on the goals in the second half, finishing their game 5-1. Patrick Barnes has two goals and two assists on the day, and other goals were scored by Mike Bajza, Petter Aasa , and Lucus Beato . GU18: The U18 girls team traveled to Madison, WI to play in their second to last MRL league game against the Chicago Fire Juniors on Saturday afternoon. The sabres came out strong shut the Fire down, behind their goal-keeper Stos Behle who recorded the clean sheet in their 2-0 win. The sabres received a goal from their leading goal-scorer Darian Powell , and one from their center-mid Civanni Moss . The U18 team heads to La Crosse, WI next week for their last MRL game against Elm Grove.
Weekend Review: 10/29-10/30
UW women’s hockey: Decker makes most of chance
Brianna Decker knows time is running short, so the junior center for the University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team is trying to make every nanosecond count.
Decker only has another eight weeks or so to alternately observe and pick the fertile brain of Meghan Duggan before the 2011 Patty Kazmaier Award winner graduates from UW in December with a degree in biology.
Duggan, the all-time leading scorer in program history who led the Badgers to the NCAA title last season, intends to return to the Boston area where she grew up and where she’ll continue to train toward another berth on the U.S. Olympic Team for 2014.
Between now and then, Duggan is a fixture at UW practices, attacking every drill and conditioning session. Decker is never very far away.
“I’ve taken so much from her already and she’s continuously helping me,” Decker said of her former linemate. “I’m trying to soak up everything as quick as possible here the next couple months.”
Decker, from Dousman, has a world-class skill set that could reunite her with Duggan on Team USA for the Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.
In 70 career games, Decker has 54 goals, 60 assists and 114 points. She’s coming off a sophomore season in which she totaled 80 points (34 goals, 46 assists) and teamed with Duggan and current senior winger, captain and Olympian Hilary Knight to guide the Badgers to their fourth national title in six years.
Decker became a protégé of sorts for Duggan. Whatever drill Duggan did, Decker wanted to see if she could do it better. Whenever Duggan stayed after practice to work on her game, Decker was right there, too.
But this goes beyond the game. Duggan was an exceptional captain. Teammates respectfully referred to her as “Alpha.” When Decker picks her brain, the subjects aren’t limited to on-ice tactics.
“I ask her little things about leadership and how to control certain situations on the team,” said Decker, one of three assistant captains along with senior wingers Brooke Ammerman and Carolyn Prevost. “And I know she studies her butt off all the time. I want to pick up on those things, too.
“I want to be an all-around good person and that’s what she is. She’s a great example for every one of us in that (dressing) room.”
The top-ranked Badgers are about to get a good measure of their collective character. They open a daunting month of matchups at 2 p.m. Saturday when they host North Dakota in a Western Collegiate Hockey Association series at the Kohl Center.
The Sioux are loaded with talent and seem primed for a breakthrough season. That series is followed by two more against rivals Minnesota and Minnesota-Duluth before Boston University comes to Madison for a rematch of March’s NCAA title game.
“We’re playing solid teams this month,” Decker said. “It’s going to be a challenge, but we need to focus on ourselves.”
In the midst of carrying 17 credits this semester, Duggan kept close tabs on Decker. Duggan likes what she sees.
“She has developed into probably, I’d say, one of the best players in the world,” Duggan said. “Just in the last year the strides that she’s made in her game are unbelievable. I think everyone has noticed them.
“I’m really excited to see where she’s going to go this year. Her eagerness to learn and get better every single day I think is what’s made her into an elite player. She’s only going to get better because of that.”
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UW women’s hockey: Decker makes most of chance
Matt Smaby- Anaheim Ducks
Joe Corvo – Boston Bruins
Drew Stafford – Buffalo Sabres
Jamie McBain – Carolina Hurricanes
Jonathan Toews – Chicago Blackhawks – Team Captain
Patrick Eaves – Detroit Red Wings
Ty Conklin – Detroit Red Wings
Taylor Chorney – Edmonton Oilers
Jack Johnson – Los Angles Kings
Zach Parise – New Jersey Devils – Team Captain
Kyle Okposo – New York Islanders – Assistant Captain
Derek Stepan – New York Rangers
Sidney Crosby – Pittsburg Penguins – Team Captain
Chris Porter – St. Louis Blues
Ryan Malone – Tampa Bay Lightning
15 Shattuck Alumni Make NHL Opening Day Rosters 2011-12
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
The U18 girls kicked their season off in the right direction with two victories in Rockford, IL this past weekend. The girls had a convincing 6-0 win on Saturday against the Palatine Celtics, and followed it up the next morning with a 2-1 win over Fox Valley Strikers. On Saturday afternoon, the U18 girls got off to a slow start in the first half against Palatine Celtics, where they headed into halftime locked at 0-0. Right after the break, the scoring started and didn’t stop until it was 6-0 and the final whistle blew. Powell (46. Moss); Ulrich (71. Patterson); Moss (74. Fredette); Lundberg (80. Ulrich); Lundberg (85. Fredette); Jilk (89. Lundberg) Coming off a great win, the girls had an early start the next morning at 8am against the Fox Valley Strikers. The scoring took place early on in this match with all three of the games goals coming in the first 25 minutes. The SSM girls were able to hold on to a 2-1 win to get their second victory of the early season. Powell (8. Ulrich); Fox Valley Strikers (10.); Powell (22. Lundberg) The SSM U18 girls are now sitting on top of the MRL First Division Red, with 8 goals for, and only 1 goal against. This coming weekend the girls travel to Iowa to take on three strong Michigan opponents in the Michigan Rush, Michigan Hawks, and the Grand Rapids Crew.
U18 Girls Get Off to a Good Start