Monday, January 18, 2010

NAHL Top Prospects Tournament Rosters

The opening game of the NAHL Top Proscpets Tournament will start in about a half hour from now from the Ann Arbor Ice Cube in Michigan which is the home of the USNTDP program where this event is in the 3rd year.

Last year, over 30 players from this game got Division 1 Scholarships after playing in this event where they will get a chance to impress infront of NCAA and Professional Scouts over the next 3 days and will get a chance to get a better look at them as we go through the rest of the season as most teams have about 25 games left in the regular season from Friday night till the end of the NAHL Regular Season in late March.

For a lucky few, they could find themselves playing for the NAHL Robertson Cup which is in early May in Wenatchee, Washington.

As for the Southewest talent, the big name this year is Erik Higby who's from New Braunsful, Texas who is among the league's leading scores for the Topeka Roadrunners. Also Martin Sundstedt of Mckinney and Blake Coleman of Arlington are also going to the big tournament this week in Michigan.

Here's a look at the rosters for the Division All Star Teams.

Central Division

Goalies

1. Chris Kamal: 5'10" 180, Alpharetta, Georgia

31. Chris Faragher: 6'2" 187, Ft. Frances, Ontario


Defensemen

2. Marian Fiala, 5'11" 185, Bratislava, Slovakia

3. Derek Docken, 5'11" 190, Northfield, Minnesota

6. Jacob Sloat: 6'0" 190, Louisville, Colorado

10. Chris Franks: 6'2" 185, Apple Valley, Minnesota

11. Ben Danford: 6'0" 185, Stillwater, Minnesota

20. John Avino: 5'11" 185, Mount Prospect, Illinois


Forwards

7. Casey Kleisinger, 5'10" 170, Edwards, Colorado

8. Kyle Clay, 5'10" 170, Henderson, Nevada

12. Ryan Bohrer, 5'11" 192, St. Paul, Minnesota

14. Zach Vierling, 5'9" 170, Coon Rapids, Minnesota

15. Nick Jensen, 6'3" 210, Copenhagen, Denmark

16. Cory Thorson, 6'1" 190, Crystal, Minnesota

18. Sean Mckenzie, 5'9" 185, Howell, Michigan

22. Steve Zierke, 5'10" Brooklyn Park, Minnesota

24. Dan Cecka, 5'10" 190, Woodbury, Minnesota

88. Brian Nehring, 6'2" 210, Hopedale, Mass.

Head Coach: Bryon Pool, Bismarck Bobcats

Assistant Coach: Pat Cullen, Owatonna Express


North Division

Goalies

1. Kevin Kissaw, 6'0" 175, Goodrich, Michigan

33. Matt Wichorek, 5'11" 193, Anchorange, Alaska


Defensemen

2. Austin Accettura, 6'0" 170, Novi, Michigan

3. Travis White, 5'9" 180, Sterling Heights, Michigan

4. Mike Monfredo, 6'4" Shirley, New York

5. Mike Schenfeld, 5'9" 185, Littleton, Colorado

13. Joel Benson, 6'1" 180, Marquette, Michigan


Forwards

8. Rui Encarnarcao, 6'1" 185, White Plans, New York

9. RJ Kleiman, 6'1" 205, Dewitt, Michigan

10. Derek Jacobsen, 5'11" 185, Sioux City, Iowa

11. Collin Saint-Onge, 6'1" 170, Marquette, Michigan

15. Brent Bain, 5'8" 175, Toledo, Ohio

17. Scott Henegar, 6'0" 175, Trenton, Michigan

18. Nick Shkreli, 5'11" 180, Romeo, Michigan

19. Andrew Klob, 5'10" 175, Toledo, Ohio

20. Doug Clifford, 5'11" 165, Woodhaven, Michigan

22. Steve Brancheau, 5'8" 155, River Rouge, Michigan

27. Kevin Gibson, 6'0" 175, Gross Point, Michigan


Head Coach: Kenny Miller, Traverse City North Stars

Assistant Coach: Dane Litke, Marquette Rangers


South Division

Goalies

30. Dan Sullivan, 6'2" 185, York, Penn.

31. Evan Karambelas, 6'2" 205, St. John, B.C.


Defensemen

2. Blake Edwards, 5'9" 183, Columbus, Ohio

3. Patrick Raley, 6"0" 195, Inverness, Illinois

5. Jacob Poe, 6'3" 195, Arlington, Texas

6. Zach Ledford, 6'1" 193, Folsom, California

22. Bob Marx, 6'1" 196, Sioux City, Iowa

24. TJ Poganski, 6'1" 190, St. Cloud, Minnesota


Forwards

4. Justin Hochsprung, 6'2" 190, Alexandria, Minnesota

7. Brian Sheehan, 5'10" 185, St. Louis Missouri

10. Jack Prince, 6'4" 200, United Kingdom

11. Chris Ciotti, 5'10" 170, Romeo, Michigan

13. Martin Sundstedt, 5'11" 178, Mckinney, Texas

14. Craig Kitto, 5'10" 170, Ashburn, Virigina

16. Jordan Bourgonje, 5'11" 185, Alberta, Canada

17. Mike Schaber, 6'0" 185, Blaine, Minnesota

18. Rock Einersen, 5'10" 195, Chicago, Illinois

19. Alec Hagamen, 6'1" 195, Peoria, Illinois

26. Erik Higby, 5'11" 170, New Braunfels, Texas


Head Coach: Jeff Brown, Topeka Roadrunners

Assistant Coach: Scott Langer, St. Louis Bandits


West Division

Goalies

30. Brandon Jeager, 5'9" 161, Champlin, Minnesota

31. Kale Robertson, 5'11" 175, Sanford, Mass.


Defensemen

2. Josh Nelson, 6'0" 185, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin

4. Jon Schreiner, 6'0" 195, Chicago, Illinois

6. Jake Williams, 5'9" 175, Duluth, Minnesota

7. Brandon Kinnebrew, 5'11" 190, Anchorange, Alaska

9. Jake Parenteau, 6'0" 195, Shafer, Minnesota

24. Chris Rumble, 6'1" 202, Chesapeake, Virginia


Forwards

3. Michael Di Puma, 6'0" 204, Chicago, Illinois

8. Duncan Mckellar, 6'3" 187, Phoenix, Arizona

10. Doug Beck, 6'1" 195, Canton, Michigan

11. Zach Smith, 5'7" 160, Anchorange, Alaska

12. Kyle Politz, 5'10" 195, Elko, Minnesota

14. Shawn Pauly, 5'11" 173, Bellingham, Washington

15. Brad Fusaro, 5'7" 150, Soldotna, Alaska

16. Justin Kirchevel, 5'10" 185, Brookings, South Dakota

19. Berkley Scott, 6'3" 200, Anoka, Minnesota

21. Johan Skinnars, 5'11" 190, Leksand, Sweden

25. Lajon Mingo, 5'10" 170, Canton, Michigan

27. Christian Hilbrich, 6'6" 192, Claredon Hills, Illinois


Head Coach: Paul Baxter, Wenatchee Wild

Assistant Coach: Dave Bolitz, Fairbanks Ice Dogs

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