Hershey Cup All-Star Rosters Announced

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Ottawa – The Canadian Hockey League today announced the rosters of players
who will participate in the 2002 Hershey Cup CHL All-Star Series game
January 16, 2002 at the Ottawa Civic Centre between the Ontario Hockey
League’s Eastern Conference All-Stars and the Quebec Major Junior Hockey
League’s Lebel Conference All-Stars.

Among the 40 players announced today, were five who participated in the 2002
World Junior Championships that concluded on January 4. Mark Popovic
(Toronto St. Michael’s Majors) and Olivier Michaud (Shawinigan Cataractes)
were members of Canada’s silver medal winning team, while Lukas Krajicek
(Peterborough Petes) and Ales Hemsky (Hull Olympiques) played for the Czech
Republic and Peter Budaj (Toronto St. Michael’s Majors) played for Slovakia.

Brian Kilrea, coach and general manager of the 2001 OHL champion Ottawa
67’s, will coach the OHL Eastern Conference All-Stars. Kilrea is the
winningest coach in Canadian Hockey League history, having compiled 943 wins
during his illustrious 25-year career with the 67’s.

Denis Francoeur, coach of the Lebel Conference leading Shawinigan
Cataractes, will guide the QMJHL Lebel Conference All-Stars, along with
Mario Durocher, coach of the Victoriaville Tigres.

The Hershey Cup CHL All-Star Series is a three-game interlocking series
involving the OHL, QMJHL and the Western Hockey League. The Red Deer
(Alberta) Rebels will host the WHL game on Wednesday January 23, 2002
between the OHL’s Western Conference and the WHL’s Eastern Conference. The
series wraps up in Rimouski, Que Read more»

Loose Pucks

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PITTSBURGH FORGE NAHL JUNIOR A …… NEWS :
Find all the info you need on Pittsburgh’s new Junior A team at:
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Updated CHL Player Stats

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Canadiens’ weekly prospects update

by Chris Boucher
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Ron Hainsey -D (Drafted-00(1/13))

Hainsey registered 5 assists through 7 games since our last update. He was shutout during a January 2nd game against St. John, thereby ending a season-high 5-game point-scoring streak. He’s played strong defensively since his return, raising his plus/minus from +1 to +5 after missing 14 games with a wrist injury. Overall, the 6’3″, 200-lbs defenseman has played 23 games. He has 13 points (5-8-13), and is +5 with 10 minutes in penalties. The 20-year old rookie was also named to the PlanetUSA AHL all-star team.

Mathieu Garon -G (Drafted-96(2/44))

Garon has rebounded from a poor stretch of play he experienced immediately following his return to Québec. He’s undefeated in his last 6 games. Through that same stretch he’s lowered his GAA by close to half a goal per game, and raised his save percentage 20 points. Overall, the 6’2″, 192-lbs goalie has a 9-3-5 record with 2.70 GAA, and a .918 save percentage.

Eric Chouinard -F (Drafted-98(1/16))

Chouinard registered 1 assist in 2 games following our last update. He injured his shoulder during a December 27th game against Portland, and is tentatively scheduled to return within the week. Overall, the 6’3″, 207-lbs left winger has played 30 games. He has 26 points (11-15-26), with 8 minutes in penalties. Surprisingly, only 1 of his 11 goals has been scored on the powerplay; which speaks volumes for Chouinard’s 5-on-5 play this season. His plus/minus is even, and he also has 94 shots on goal.

Francois Beauchemin -D (Drafted-98(3/ Read more»

Hockey’s Future Announces New Affiliation

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