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By Victor Fernandes Erie Times-News staff blogger
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Posted: August 21st, 2014

The Erie Otters will miss Adam Pelech's strong play and leadership on defense this season. (Erie Times-News)

The Erie Otters will miss Adam Pelech’s strong play and leadership on defense this season. (Erie Times-News)

Adam Pelech quietly went about his business on and off the ice in his four seasons with the Otters. Sometimes, you took for granted his importance, especially on defense, because of his consistency.
But if he doesn’t rejoin the Otters (and I don’t foresee a scenario in which the New York Islanders would return him to Erie instead of assigning him to Bridgeport in the AHL), the Otters surely will feel the void, especially in regards to his leadership.
He was No. 1 on the blue line, even with veterans like Spencer Abraham, Troy Donnay, Cory Genovese and Kurtis MacDermid around him. Pelech spearheaded a unit that evolved from the worst in the OHL from 2011-13 into the best last season.
He was steady, a calming influence, led by example and made his points to teammates stick because he picked his spots to be vocal. Someone has to step into role for a unit that will be younger than a year ago.
Here’s my vote – Travis Dermott.
He’s a star in the making. He’s a smooth, steady player at both ends of the ice.
Travis Dermott

Travis Dermott

The game seems to slow down around him when he has the puck. He always seems to be in the right place at the right time. Best of all, no situation seems overwhelming to him. He’s a calm, cool player, which the Otters will need on a young defense.
Mark Seidel, a former assistant general manager with the Otters who now serves as North American Central Scouting’s chief scout, has compared Dermott to young Toronto Maple Leafs blueliner Morgan Rielly, the fifth overall pick in the 2012 NHL draft who played 73 games as a 20-year-old rookie last season.
“He’s going to play a huge role on that back end next year,” Seidel said of Dermott before the draft in June. And he will play that role well, which should improve his odds of being picked in the first round of 2015 draft.

Projected depth chart – defense
(OHL experience, regular season only)
Cory Genovese – 176 games
Darren Raddysh – 84 games
Travis Dermott – 67 games
Cole Mayo – 2 games (3rd round, 2013)
Jesse Saban – 0 games (2nd round, 2013)
Note: Donnay (N.Y. Rangers) and/or MacDermid (L.A. Kings) could be returned for their overage seasons. Justin Felker has chosen to enroll in and play for a Canadian university.

Up next: The Devin Williams era finally begins in Erie, as he faces the challenge of being the Otters’ No. 1 goaltender. Find out more Thursday on the Shootout blog and on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/GoErieHockey

* Let’s talk Otters: Join Victor Fernandes for the training camp edition of Otters Talk on Monday from 7-8 p.m. by heading to the Shootout blog. Can’t join in at that time? Post your questions on Twitter at www.twitter.com/GoErieHockey or send an e-mail to victor.fernandes@timesnews.com, and then check out a recap of the chat on Shootout and Twitter.

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Posted: August 20th, 2014

The Erie Otters need to replace several key scorers from the 2013-14 team. (Erie Times-News)

The Erie Otters need to replace several key scorers from the 2013-14 team. (Erie Times-News)

The Erie Otters won’t score 312 goals in the 2014-15 OHL season.
That’s an easy statement to make, even with Connor McDavid, who’s coming off a 99-point season, leading the way. The Otters are losing as much offense as any team in the league – Connor Brown (45 goals, 83 assists, 128 points), Dane Fox (64-43-107), Brendan Gaunce (31-41-72), Michael Curtis (28-28-56) and Adam Pelech (10-45-55).
They also could lose Andre Burakovsky (41-46-87), if he earns a roster spot with the NHL’s Washington Capitals or is assigned to the AHL’s Hershey Bears. The Otters have some promising young players – second-year C Dylan Strome as well as skilled incoming rookies like Shaun Bily and Alex DeBrincat. But aside from Strome, these young players likely aren’t ready to become frontline scorers.
So the Otters will need to manufacture goals more so than last season. They need offense from players that weren’t needed to produce as much in 2013-14.
Jake Evans

Jake Evans

* Jake Evans has that potential. He’s had it since being picked in the 2nd round of the 2011 OHL draft. Yet he hasn’t put it all together in his first three seasons, to the tune of 28 goals and 57 points in 180 games.
He set career highs with 12 goals and 23 points in 67 games a season ago. He needs much more production than that to help these Otters win.
* Kyle Pettit has become a key figure on defense, the penalty kill
Kyle Pettit

Kyle Pettit

and faceoffs. He will be a key figure in those aspects of the game this season.
But offense was non-existent the first two seasons (8 goals, 16 points in 120 games), even after he focused more on his offensive game last offseason. He needs to at least double those numbers this year.
Nick Betz has been a grinder on the third and fourth lines in his three-year career. But every once in awhile, he shows glimpses of offensive skill. If he becomes more of a prototypical power forward. He doesn’t have to be Michael Blunden, who improved from 10 goals and 17 points as a rookie in 2002-03 to 46 goals and 84 points in his fourth and final season in 2005-06.

- Victor Fernandes

Top returning scorers

Nick Betz

Nick Betz


C Connor McDavid – 28 goals, 71 assists, 99 points, 7 PPG, 2 SHG (56 games)
C Dylan Strome – 10 goals, 29 assists, 39 points, 2 PPG (60 games)
D Travis Dermott – 3 goals, 25 assists, 28 points, 1 PPG (67 games)
C Jake Evans – 11 goals, 7 assists, 18 points (57 games)
RW Nick Betz – 5 goals, 13 assists, 18 points (66 games)
RW Joel Wigle – 6 goals, 7 assists, 13 points (41 games)
D Darren Raddysh – 3 goals, 10 assists, 13 point, 1 PPG (60 games)
C Kyle Pettit – 5 goals, 5 assists, 10 points, 1 SHG (53 games)
Note: Lists players expected to return

Up next: Pelech has moved on to the pros. So who will be the Otters’ No. 1 D? Find out Wednesday on the Shootout blog and Twitter at www.Twitter.com/GoErieHockey.

* Let’s talk Otters: Join Victor Fernandes for the training camp edition of Otters Talk on Monday from 7-8 p.m. by heading to the Shootout blog. Can’t join in at that time? Post your questions on Twitter at www.twitter.com/GoErieHockey or send an e-mail to victor.fernandes@timesnews.com, and then check out a recap of the chat on Shootout and Twitter.

Posted: August 19th, 2014

Darren Raddysh

Darren Raddysh

Erie Otters D Darren Raddysh began the 2013-14 season with the promise that was on display during a 24-game stint with the club a season earlier.
He built on that promise in the opening half of the season, as he earned a regular shift on a veteran-laden defense. Then it went downhill, in a hurry, for Raddysh.
By the end of the regular season, he had a difficult time cracking the lineup. He dressed for only two of 14 playoff games. Then he slipped out of NHL Central Scouting’s list of draft prospects before being passed over in the June draft.
Raddysh admitted he didn’t work as hard as possible as the season progressed. That can’t happen this season, not a defense that will lose most, if not all, of that veteran unit. Raddysh has the ability to be a consistent performer. He isn’t the most dynamic player on the blue line. But Raddysh is at his best when he makes simple plays at both ends of the ice. He did that early in the season. Yet he seemed overmatched later in the season, which led to glaring mistakes.
Raddysh has plenty of motivation to raise his game this season – the opportunity to get a regular shift as a top-four D, and a chance to prove he deserves to be drafted next summer. Now he simply has to make that happen.

- Victor Fernandes

Up next: The Otters lose plenty of scorers from the 2013-14 club. So role players like Nick Betz, Jake Evans and Kyle Pettit need to step up to the forefront. Find out more Tuesday on the Shootout blog and on Twitter at wwww.Twitter.com/GoErieHockey.

* Let’s talk Otters: Join Victor Fernandes for the training camp edition of Otters Talk on Monday from 7-8 p.m. by heading to the Shootout blog. Can’t join in at that time? Post your questions on Twitter at www.twitter.com/GoErieHockey or send an e-mail to victor.fernandes@timesnews.com, and then check out a recap of the chat on Shootout and Twitter.

Posted: May 17th, 2014

Shaun Bily is experiencing life in the OHL this weekend during the Erie Otters’ rookie development at Mercyhurst Ice Center.
But it could be Otters’ main camp in August before he chooses between the OHL and the NCAA.
“I’m undecided,” said Bily, the Otters’ third-round pick in last month’s Priority Selection who last October committed to join Northeastern as part of the Hockey East Association school’s 2016-17 recruiting class. “This is a great place. I see a lot of potential here. This is definitely a place where you can develop and get ready for the next level. Education wise, Northeastern is one of the best. There’s a lot of things that play into it. I’m just going to figure it out as I go.”
Bily broke his leg after getting tangled up with an opposing player while taking a faceoff against Detroit-based Victory Honda in the opening game of the 2013-14 season with the New Jersey Titans U16 club. He essentially missed the entire season.
While he recovered, Bily figured Northeastern was the best option. Then the Otters drafted a center with first-round potential.
“I got the feeling he wanted to play here,” said managing partner/GM Sherry Bassin, who planned to speak further with Bily and his family this weekend. “It’s a heck of an opportunity for him.”
* Making names for themselves: C Trent Fox (13th round, 2013) showed some glimpses of his brother, former Otters LW Dane Fox - who set a franchise record and led the CHL with 64 goals this past season – during Saturday’s scrimmage.
The younger Fox scored twice – once off a rebound, another with a strong move through two defenseman before scoring off a backhand. But fans shouldn’t expect a 64-goal season in his future. “I’m a different player,” he said. “I just work hard every shift. … I’ll get pucks deep and go to work on their defense. He’s a pretty skilled guy. He’s got a nice shot.”
LW Kyle Maksimovich (3rd round, 2014), younger brother of F Quentin Maksimovich, displayed speed and stick skills, especially when teamed with newly signed free-agent C Alex DeBrincat. “It’s pretty fast-paced. You’ve got to get going to keep with the guys,” the younger Maksimovich said. “I”ve just got to come here and work hard and compete.
Check out what RW Taylor Raddysh (1st round, 2014) had to say about being at camp and the help he’s received from his older brother, D Darren Raddysh by clicking the above link.
* Filling in on D: The Otters lose OA Spencer Abraham and could lose Troy Donnay (N.Y. Rangers), Kurtis MacDermid (Los Angeles) and Adam Pelech (N.Y. Islanders) to the professional ranks. So there are spots up for grabs on the blue line for the 2014-15 season. “I think the younger guys are going to have to play a bigger role,” Jesse Saban (2nd round, 2013) said. “We’re going to have to step in and fill the same role” played by promising young Ds Raddysh and Travis Dermott.
“Hopefully we can make it happen,” Saban said.
* Memorable experience: Millcreek Township native Nick Wilcox is the only local player participating in camp.
“It’s really hard work, and it’s lot of fun,” said Wilcox, a junior at McDowell who played for the West Seneca (N.Y.) Wings and Fairview High School this past season. “I was nervous in the beginning, but I got over that. I started having a lot of fun.”
He wants to use this experience to prepare to play for the Buffalo Regals U18 team. “The guys that are here have worked as hard as me,” he said. “I see how good they are. I try to build off that. I feel like I’m going to carry it over into my season.”

- Victor Fernandes
 

Posted: April 22nd, 2014

TONIGHT’S LINEUPS
(starters in bold italics)

 

ERIE OTTERS
Forwards
Fox-McDavid-Brown
Curtis-Strome-Burakovsky
Wood-Gaunce-Wigle
Evans-Pettit-Murphy

Defense
Genovese-Pelech
MacDermid-Abraham
Dermott-Donnay

Goaltenders
Williams
Dansk

Scratches: Felker, Raddysh, Maksimovich, Betz

GUELPH STORM
Forwards
Rychel-Fabbri-Mitchell
Bertuzzi-Dickinson-Kosmachuk
McGinn-Horvat-Auger
Bauman-Suter-Pierog

Defense
Finn-Trojanovic
Leslie-Ebert
Baltisberger-Harpur

Goaltenders
Nichols
Mancina

 Scratches: Craievich, Stevens, McFadden
 

Posted: April 18th, 2014

Western Conference finals, Game 1
Erie Otters vs. Guelph Storm

TONIGHT’S LINEUPS
Starters in bold italics

ERIE OTTERS
Forwards
Burakovsky
-Gaunce-Wigle
Fox-McDavid-Brown
Curtis-Strome-Evans
Murphy-Pettit-Betz

Defense
Genovese-Pelech
MacDermid-Abraham
Dermott-Donnay

Goaltenders
Dansk
Williams

Scratches: Felker (healthy), Raddysh (healthy), Maksimovich (healthy), Wood (healthy)

GUELPH STORM
Forwards
Rychel-Fabbri-Mitchell
Bertuzzi-Dickinson-Kosmachuk
McGinn-Horvat-Auger
Bauman-Suter-Pierog

Defense
Finn-Trojanovic
Leslie-Ebert
Baltisberger-Harpur

Goaltenders
Nichols
Mancina

Scratches: Craievich, Stevens, McFadden

Posted: April 5th, 2014

Future Otters
The Erie Otters’ picks in the 2014 OHL Priority Selection:
Round (No.) Pos. Name (Ht., Wt.) Hometown 2013-14 club (statistics)

1. (19) RW Taylor Raddysh (6-0, 190) Caledon, Ont. Toronto Marlboros (25 goals, 52 points)
2. (28) G Jake Lawr (6-2, 150) Caledon, Ont. Halton Hurricanes (12-8-3 record, 53 goals against, 1 shutout)*
3. (45) C Shaun Bily (5-11, 170) Doylestown, Pa. New Jersey Titans U16 (1 goal, 24 games)#
3. (59) LW Kyle Maksimovich (5-6, 150) Oakville, Ont. Toronto Marlboros (24 goals, 58 points)
5. (85) D Mitchell Byrne (5-11, 175) Brampton, Ont. Toronto Jr. Canadiens (28 points, 32 penalty minutes)#
6. (119) D Taylor Egan (5-11, 172) Carp, Ont. Ottawa Valley Titans (26 points, 12 penalty minutes)
7. (130) LW Riley MacRae (6-0, 155) Dundas, Ont. Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs (7 goals, 22 points)^
7. (139) D Zack Hoffman (6-1, 164) Newcastle, Ont. Clarington Toros (25 points, 42 penalty minutes)
8. (159) RW Jack Gill (6-0, 185) Brockville, Ont. Upper Canada Cyclones (8 goals, 26 points)
9. (179) D Cole Evans (6-3, 190) Toronto, Ont. Vaughan Kings (7 points, 6 penalty minutes)
10. (199) D Jordan Sambrook (6-1, 162) Markham, Ont. South Central Coyotes (18 points, 40 penalty minutes)
11. (219) LW Christian Girhiny (5-10, 131) Thorold, Ont. Southern Tier Admirals (9 goals, 19 points)
12. (239) LW Holdyn Lansink (5-11, 171) Clinton, Ont. Huron Perth Lakers (16 goals, 29 points)
13. (259) D Bailey Newton (5-10, 153) Oakville, Ont. Halton Hurricanes (6 points, 20 penalty minutes)
14. (279) G Colton Point (6-3, 231) North Bay, Ont. North Bay Trappers (3.47 goals-against average)
15. (299) D Noah Tooke (5-10, 185) London, Ont. London Jr. Knights (3 points, 8 penalty minutes)
* Pick originally owned by Owen Sound; # Picks originally owned by Mississauga; ^ Pick originally owned by Saginaw

Check out a scouting report on the Otters’ draft class by clicking the link

Listen to GM Sherry Bassin‘s thoughts on his draft class…

Cream of the crop
First-round picks in the OHL Priority Selection:
No. Club Pos. Name (Ht., Wt.) Hometown 2013-14 club (statistics)

1. Sarnia D Jakob Chychrun (6-2, 195) Boca Raton, Fla. Toronto Jr. Canadiens (16 goals, 43 points)
2. Kitchener C Adam Mascherin (5-9, 197) Maple, Ont. Vaughan (40 goals, 70 points)
3. Ottawa LW Travis Barron (6-1, 175) Belfountain, Ont. Toronto Jr. Canadiens (23 goals, 41 points)
4. Belleville C Brandon Saigeon (6-1, 184) Grimsby, Ont. Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs (28 goals, 57 points)
5. Mississauga C Michael McLeod (6-2, 175) Mississauga, Ont. Toronto Marlboros (21 goals, 57 points)
6. Niagara C Logan Brown (6-5, 210) Chesterfield, Mo. Indiana Ice (14 goals, 25 points)
7. Plymouth C William Bitten (5-9, 146) Gloucester, Ont. Ottawa Jr. 67′s (36 goals, 78 points)
8. Owen Sound D Victor Mete (5-9, 157) Woodbridge, Ont. Toronto Jr. Canadiens (12 goals, 30 points)
9. Peterborough C Jonathan Ang (5-10, 148) Markham, Ont. Markham Waxers (28 goals, 42 points)
10. Saginaw C Tye Felhaber (5-10, 174) Pembroke, Ont. Ottawa Valley Titans (38 goals, 72 points)
11. Sudbury C Michael Pezzetta (6-1, 201) Toronto, Ont. Mississauga Senators (11 goals, 26 points)
12. Windsor D Logan Stanley (6-6, 209) Waterloo, Ont. Waterloo Wolves (28 points, 95 penalty minutes)
13. Barrie LW Givani Smith (6-1, 192) Thornhill, Ont. Mississauga Senators (17 points, 71 penalty minutes)
14. North Bay C Zachary Poirier (6-0, 185) Mountain, Ont. Upper Canada Cyclones (21 goals, 38 points)
15. Kingston D Reagan O’Grady (6-1, 180) Brampton, Ont. Toronto Marlboros (24 points, 27 penalty minutes)
16. Oshawa C Cliff Pu (6-0, 168) Richmond Hill, Ont. Toronto Marlboros (23 goals, 47 points)
17. Sault Ste. Marie C Anthony Salinitri (5-10, 153) Windsor, Ont. Windsor Jr. Spitfires (23 goals, 40 points)
18. London LW Max Jones (6-2, 190) Rochester, Mich. Honeybaked U18 (22 points, 121 penalty minutes)
19. Erie RW Taylor Raddysh (6-0, 190) Caledon, Ont. Toronto Marlboros (25 goals, 52 points)
20. Guelph C Matthew Hotchkiss (6-2, 192) Whitby, Ont. Whitby Wildcats (27 goals, 53 points)

Posted: March 22nd, 2014

Looks like Devin Williams gets the start in net tonight for the Erie Otters in Game 2 of their Western Conference quarterfinal series at Erie Insurance Arena. Oscar Dansk, who was considered the No. 1 goaltender all season, seems to be handling it well…
* Also looks like the Otters will have the same scratches tonight – Ds Justin Felker and Darren Raddysh and Fs Patrick Murphy and Quentin Maksimovich. Raddysh spoke with me about the lessons he’s learned while not being in the lineup lately.
* RW Joel Wigle is one of only 3 Otters who have advanced deep into the

Joel Wigle

OHL playoffs. Wigle (Niagara), Brendan Gaunce (Belleville) and Michael Curtis (Belleville) have shared their past experiences with teammates to help overcome lack of experience on a team that was noticeably nervous early in Game 1 Friday night. Meanwhile, former Otter Luke Cairns has experienced a season that began with a trade from Erie to Belleville 2 weeks before training camp last summer and included a move to Saginaw earlier in the season. He shared thoughts on his season, as well as how the Spirit are coping with a tumultuous season off the ice.

Now here are the lineups for tonight’s games (starters to follow):

ERIE OTTERS
FORWARDS
Fox-McDavid-Brown
Burakovsky-Gaunce-Wigle*
Curtis-Strome-Wood
Evans-Pettit-Betz

DEFENSE
Genovese-Pelech
MacDermid-Abraham*
Dermott-Donnay

GOALTENDERS
Williams*
Dansk

SCRATCHES: D Justin Felker, RW Patrick Murphy, D Darren Raddysh, C Quentin Maksimovich

SAGINAW SPIRIT
FORWARDS

Locke-Kontos-Cairns (former Otter)*
Moutrey-Kea-Sadowy
Lodge-Stephens-Payne
Bennett-Alexeev-Addison

DEFENSE
Ringuette-Sefton
Orban-Graham*
Prophet-DeSousa*

GOALTENDERS
Paterson*
Serebryakov

SCRATCHES:G David Ovsjannikov, D Sean Callaghan, D Ryan Orban, D Michael Holmes, LW Blake Clarke

Posted: March 21st, 2014

Now that I have a few moments to think about the back-and-forth affair that was Game 1 of the Erie Otters’ Western Conference quarterfinal series with Saginaw, here’s a few random thoughts…

* The Otters are set to stay in Erie through the 2018-19 season. It’s amazing how much has changed in the past 2 years, starting with the on-ice success and remodeled arena. It seemed like all the talk around this franchise was centered on the relocation rumors. There hasn’t been a word of that all season long. And perhaps, we won’t be talking about that for at least the next 5 years.
* Playoff jitters were obvious, but the players that seemed to overcome that really well were the rookies, namely Dylan Strome and Travis Dermott. They seemed to be comfortable in that electrified atmosphere. They also contributed three assists in the win.
Travis Wood isn’t a rookie, but he turned in a solid performance in his first postseason game. He used his speed and physicality to draw a penalty that led to a power-play goal.
* The Otters need to do a more consistent job of starting games faster. As G Devin Williams said, this team has been in that situation before, and they have overcome them multiple times. But that 2-0 first-period deficit will be much more difficult to overcome later in the postseason.
* It’s official (at least in my mind) – Andre

Andre Burakovsky

Burakovsky has the quickest shot in the OHL. As strong as Spirit G Jake Paterson was tonight (44 saves), he had no chance to stop Burakovsky’s quick release and accurate wrist shot on the tying goal early in the third period.
* Kudos to the Spirit, who have been throughout a difficult time off the ice but turned in an effort that was good enough to win, if not for the Otters’ potent power play, capped by Dane Fox‘s game-winner.
* Otters head coach Kris Knoblauch hinted at starting Williams in Game 2 Saturday night. But I wouldn’t be surprised if he goes with Oscar Dansk.
Knoblauch thinks things through, but he also seems to go off feel and hunches as well. I figured he would start Dansk in Game 1, since Knoblauch often said that Dansk is his No. 1 goaltender. But Dansk was pulled from two games late in the regular season, while Williams played well down the stretch. So Knoblauch went with Williams, and more importantly, stuck with him after the two early goals against.
* I’m not surprised that Knoblauch chose Cory Genovese over Darren Raddysh on defense. Raddysh is an up-and-coming player, but Genovese has past playoff experience. You want to have as much experience on the back end as possible at playoff time.

- Victor Fernandes

Posted: March 21st, 2014

The Erie Otters are facing their first OHL playoff game in three years tonight, when they face Saginaw in Game 1 of a Western Conference first-round series tonight at Erie Insurance Arena. I figured they would be excited, and they are. I also figured they would be nervous. But they don’t see to be.
Rookie Dylan Strome appeared calm to make his OHL debut. Same goes for captain Connor Brown said the team was focused and ready to play.
It will be interesting to see how the Spirit react to the start of the playoffs. It’s been a tumultuous time for that team, which is coping with the tragic death of teammate Terry Trafford. Hockey may be difficult to focus on given the circumstances. Or, they could respond with a spirited effort, much like the Loyola Marymount men’s basketball team in the 1990 NCAA Tournament when teammate Hank Gathers unexpectedly passed away.
Anyway, here are tonight’s lineups (with an asterisk next to the starters)…the first thing that jumps out at me is Devin Williams starting in net for the Otters. He has been more consistent than Oscar Dansk recently. But head coach Kris Knoblauch has consistently called Dansk his No. 1 goalie all season.
Also, D Darren Raddysh is scratched tonight. He battled the flu last weekend, but I would he’s a healthy scratch in favor of Cory Genovese.

ERIE OTTERS
FORWARDS
Fox-McDavid-Brown
Burakovsky-Gaunce-Wigle*
Curtis-Strome-Pettit
Wood-Evans-Betz

DEFENSE
Genovese-Pelech
MacDermid-Abraham*
Dermott-Donnay

GOALTENDERS
Williams*
Dansk

SCRATCHES: D Justin Felker, RW Patrick Murphy, D Darren Raddysh, C Quentin Maksimovich

SAGINAW SPIRIT
FORWARDS

Moutrey-Kea-Sadowy
Locke-Kontos-Cairns (former Otter)*
Lodge-Stephens-Payne
Bennett-Alexeev-Addison

DEFENSE
Ringuette-Sefton*
Prophet-Graham
Callaghan-DeSousa

GOALTENDERS
Paterson*
Serebryakov

SCRATCHES:G David Ovsjannikov, D Ryan Orban, D Michael Holmes, LW Blake Clarke