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Grant Loven getting used to life in purple for the Tommies

MENDOTA HEIGHTS, Minn. — If there is one thing that looks odd about University of St. Thomas senior forward Grant Loven as he skates for the Tommies, it might be the jersey color. While still looking for that first NCAA Division I win, St. Thomas looks sharp as they get used to life at college hockey’s top level, in that combo of purple, white and black.
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USHL Players Featured Prominently on NHL Central Scouting Preliminary List

NHL Central Scouting earlier this week announced their Preliminary Players to Watch List ahead of the 2022 NHL Draft. The annual list identifies players using the following criteria:. A Rating - indicates a 1st round candidate. B Rating - indicates a 2nd/3rd round candidate. C Rating - indicates a 4th/5th/6th...
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Christian Wolainin is happy to have been claimed off waivers by the Sabres

Buffalo, NY (WGR 550) – Christian Wolainin took part in his first Sabres practice on Monday. Being new to the team, Don Granato said Wolainin won’t play on Tuesday. Granato is a little familiar with the player though, “The first time I saw him was in Muskegon in the USHL in 2011, (He played for Muskegon between 2013 and 2015) and he was noticeable then, but I’ve followed his career a little bit, but I’m going to observe like everybody else.”
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'Let's play hockey' | Wolanin looks forward to opportunity with Sabres

Christian Wolanin enjoyed the beaches in Southern California, but not enough to quell his desire for time spent on ice. Wolanin, a left-shot defenseman and the son of longtime NHL blueliner Craig Wolanin, was claimed off waivers by the Sabres from the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday. He spoke enthusiastically about the opportunity after practicing with the team for the first time on Monday.
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2021-22 USHL Players of the Week – Week 4

FORWARD – COLE BURTCH (CEDAR RAPIDS ROUGHRIDERS) After being acquired by the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders earlier in the week, Burtch earned his first Forward of the Week award after picking up three points (2-1-3) in his first career game with Cedar Rapids after playing 55 games with the Youngstown Phantoms in the last two seasons. The Western Michigan University commit picked up all three of his points on the powerplay, including a helper on the game’s first goal. After the Des Moines Buccaneers answered back with four-straight goals, Burtch struck for his first powerplay goal of the night midway through the third period. With just 17 seconds remaining in regulation, Burtch struck again on the powerplay bringing the game to its final 6-4 score in favor of Des Moines. In 55 games with the Phantoms, Burtch had 40 points (21-19-40), including three multi-goal games and one hat trick.
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Predators Recall Forward Tommy Novak from Milwaukee

Nashville, Tenn. (October 18, 2021) - Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced today the team has recalled forward Tommy Novak from Milwaukee (AHL). Additionally, the team has assigned forward Cody Glass to Milwaukee. Novak, 24 (4/28/97), tied for the lead in points on the AHL's Chicago...
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Christian Wolanin happy to be claimed off waivers by Sabres

Christian Wolanin took part in his first practice with the Buffalo Sabres on Monday. Head coach Don Granato said Wolanin will not play on Tuesday night against the Vancouver Canucks. Paul Hamilton has more:
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2021-22 USHL Players of the Week - Week 4 - Junior Hockey News

FORWARD - COLE BURTCH (CEDAR RAPIDS ROUGHRIDERS) After being acquired by the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders earlier in the week, Burtch earned his first Forward of the Week award after picking up three points (2-1-3) in his first career game with Cedar Rapids after playing 55 games with the Youngstown Phantoms in the last two seasons. The Western Michigan University commit picked up all three of his points on the powerplay, including a helper on the game’s first goal. After the Des Moines Buccaneers answered back with four-straight goals, Burtch struck for his first powerplay goal of the night midway through the third period. With just 17 seconds remaining in regulation, Burtch struck again on the powerplay bringing the game to its final 6-4 score in favor of Des Moines. In 55 games with the Phantoms, Burtch had 40 points (21-19-40), including three multi-goal games and one hat trick.
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Beaches of LA are gone, but Christian Wolanin is happy to be with Buffalo Sabres

Who wouldn't want to play hockey in Los Angeles? Like new Sabres defenseman Christian Wolanin joked Monday, your first thought after practice was often, "Great, I'm going to the beach." But that perk only goes so far if you're not playing. Wolanin didn't play in the Kings' first two games...
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Fargo Force Mourn Loss of Founder & Owner Ace Brandt

The United States Hockey League (USHL) joins the Fargo Force in remembering Force Founder and Owner Ace Brandt, who passed this past weekend after a battle with cancer. "Ace was a pivotal member of the Fargo Force and will be remembered both for his contributions to hockey, not only in Fargo, but the Force's impact on the USHL as a whole, as well as the person he was away from the game as well," said USHL President and Commissioner Bill Robertson.
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Prospects: New Englanders starting off hot in junior hockey

Several New Englanders have made an impression through the first month or so of the 2021-22 junior hockey season. While much of the focus among Division 1 recruiters is deservedly on the USHL, a few older junior players in the NAHL and NCDC are hitting their stride. Especially with Covid causing a backlog at the college level, it will be extremely difficult for '01s and '02s to land spots for the upcoming season.
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Leafs Top 40 Prospects - #12

For the latest Leafs updates or Follow @mikeinbuffalo on Twitter. The Toronto Maple Leafs organization has drafted and developed a number of youngsters currently playing in the NHL like Auston Matthews, Mitch Marner, William Nylander, Pierre Engvall, Travis Dermott and Justin Holl, but the next step for the club under GM Kyle Dubas is to keep replenishing the prospect pool to provide the Leafs with youngsters who can step up and replace veterans who retire, depart via free agency or are traded.
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RECAP — Lumberjacks fall short to Steel in 4-1 loss

MUSKEGON, Mich. — The Muskegon Lumberjacks played a well-fought effort against the Chicago Steel, but ran out of gas at the finish line and ultimately fell 4-to-1 to close out home-opening weekend and Flannel Fest. Muskegon’s Tyler Hotson scored the lone Lumberjack goal while Carson Limesand recorded his first career USHL start in between the pipes.
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Matthews return, Leafs vs. Rangers; Top 40 Prospects - #13

For the latest Leafs updates or Follow @mikeinbuffalo on Twitter. The Toronto Maple Leafs organization has drafted and developed a number of youngsters currently playing in the NHL like Auston Matthews, Mitch Marner, William Nylander, Pierre Engvall, Travis Dermott and Justin Holl, but the next step for the club under GM Kyle Dubas is to keep replenishing the prospect pool to provide the Leafs with youngsters who can step up and replace veterans who retire, depart via free agency or are traded.
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