Tyler McNeely

Hometown:

Burnaby British Columbia

Currently Playing In:

Pro

Birthday:

1987-04-08

Position:

C

Eligible for draft:

2005

Shoots:

Left

Drafted:

Height:

5-10

Acquired:

Free agent signing, 2011

Weight:

175 lbs.

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History

2008-09: McNeely appeared in 34 games for Northeastern as a sophomore – missing seven games late in the season with a sprained ankle. He scored 8 goals with 12 assists and was +10 with 71 PMs. Northeastern finished second in Hockey East during the regular season – the school's first winning season since 2001-02 – and faced Cornell in an NCAA regional semifinal.

2009-10: McNeely was a team captain and skated in 33 of 34 games as a junior at Northeastern. He was the third-leading scorer for the Huskies, who finished ninth in Hockey East and missed the league playoffs. He scored 12 goals, including 6 power play goals, with 16 assists and was -3 with 42 PMs.

2010-11: McNeely made his professional debut on an amateur tryout with Bridgeport (AHL) following his senior season at Northeastern and impressed Islanders brass enough to earn a free agent contract. In ten games for the last-place Sound Tigers he scored 5 goals with 6 assists and was +9 with 4 PMs. McNeely was the second-leading scorer for Northeastern during his senior season as the Huskies finished a disappointing sixth in Hockey East. McNeely skated in all 38 games for the Huskies and had 13 goals with 21 assists and was +9 with 52 PMs. McNeely scored five times on the power play for the Huskies.

Talent Analysis

McNeely has average size and was not a highly sought after college free agent. He has very good hands and tremendous finishing ability. He can fill in wherever he is needed and is very solid on the penalty kill.

Future

McNeely is long shot to make the Islanders, but could fill in as a solid bottom-six forward with the Islanders when needed.

Panther Prospects Mid-Season Review: Part 1

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Mid-Season Review of the Panthers AHL Prospects

In the first part of several articles documenting the Panthers prospects development in Europe, the AHL, the CHL, and the NHL, Todays installment breaks down how the prospects in the American Hockey League season is going and how they are developing.

With the Panthers currently leading the league in man games lost to injury, several players like Nick Smith, Brad Norton, David Morisset and others have gotten the chance to make the NHL Debut this year, and if the trend continues, it is only a matter of time until Kyle Rossiter gets called up for a look-see as well….

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German Olympic Roster

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Austria:

Goalies (Nr., Name, Age, Team, Fast Facts):

#33 Marc Seliger (27, Nürnberg Ice Tigers), former Washington Capitals Draft Pick
#80 Robert Müller (21, Adler Mannheim), Washington Capitals Draft Pick 2001
#47 Christian Künast (30, München Barons)

Defensemen:

#13 Christoph Schubert (19, München Barons), Ottawa Senators Draft Pick 2001
#84 Dennis Seidenberg (20, Adler Mannheim), Philadelphia Flyers Draft Pick 2001
#6 Jörg Mayr (32, Kölner Haie)
#31 Andreas Renz (24, Kölner Haie)
#12 Mirko Lüdemann (28, Kölner Haie), signed a 5 year contract extension yesterday. Suffered an injury and could be replaced.
#10 Christian Ehrhoff (19, Krefeld Pinguine), San Jose Sharks Draft Pick 2001
#41 Daniel Kunce (30, Krefeld Pinguine)

Forwards:

#7 Marcel Goc (18, Schwenninger Wild Wings), San Jose Sharks Draft Pick 2001
#81 Mark MacKay (37, Schwenninger Wild Wings)
#26 Daniel Kreutzer (22, Kassel Huskies), Overage Prospect for Draft 2002
#18 Andreas Loth (29, Kassel Huskies)
#49 Klaus Kathan (25, Kassel Huskies)
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The CHL Daily News

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OHL WEST STARS GET BIG WIN AT HERSHEY CUP CHL ALL-STAR SERIES

The Ontario Hockey League Western Conference All-Stars scored a big 7-2 win
over the Western Hockey League Eastern Conference All-Stars last night in
Red Deer, Alberta, giving the OHL a chance to claim the 2002 Hershey Cup.

The win leaves the OHL with a 1-1 record in the series, which features two
all-star teams from each of the three CHL leagues. The Quebec Major Junior
Hockey League is 1-0 after its Lebel Conference All-Stars beat the OHL
Eastern Conference team 4-2 in Ottawa last Wednesday, while the WHL is 0-1.

There is one game left in the Hershey Cup CHL All-Star Series – Wednesday,
Feb. 6 in Rimouski, Quebec, when the QMJHL Dilio Conference All-Stars host
the WHL Western Conference All-Stars. If Quebec wins that game, the QMJHL
wins its second consecutive Hershey Cup. If the WHL wins, all three leagues
will have 1-1 record and the Cup winner will be decided on goals for/goals
against.

On Wednesday night in Red Deer, the game was tied 1-1 halfway through the
second period but the OHL West Stars exploded for three goals in six minutes
in the second period to lead 4-1. They then followed with another three-goal
binge in the third period to complete the rout.

Second period goals by Rick Nash of the London Knights, Steve Ott of the
Windsor Spitfires and Kris Newbury of the Sarnia Sting in the second period
put the OHL West ahead for good. Below is the complete game summary from
last night’s game.

OHL WEST 7, WHL EAST 2

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