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    Re: 2018 USA Hockey Development Camps

    Game one for the U22 series also goes to USA. 4-1 win with 2 goals by Taylor Heise.
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    Re: 2018 USA Hockey Development Camps

    5 goals scored, all WCHA players (3 MN, 2 WI)
    7 assists - 4 WCHA, 3 HE

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    Game two of the U18 series is final. Canada wins game two by a 4-3 score. Game winning goal by Julia Gosling who had two goals in the game.
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    Game two of the U22 just went final. A 3-1 win for Team USA over Canada. Really nice one-time goal by Jincy Dunne for the go-ahead goal in the third with an empty netter by Sydney Brodt to cap it off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveHoleFrenzy View Post
    Game two of the U22 just went final. A 3-1 win for Team USA over Canada. Really nice one-time goal by Jincy Dunne for the go-ahead goal in the third with an empty netter by Sydney Brodt to cap it off.
    Lonergan is a very impressive player and Dunneís goal was a zinger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puckdrop14 View Post
    Lonergan is a very impressive player and Dunne’s goal was a zinger.
    Agree, I thought Lonergan really stood out in last night's game. Unfortunately I missed tonight's contest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by D2D View Post
    Agree, I thought Lonergan really stood out in last night's game.
    It's probably just a coincidence but the skating jesus hasn't been very energetic in this series...

    But there is one game left Sunday to see if she can light the lamp for TC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveHoleFrenzy View Post
    It's probably just a coincidence but the skating jesus hasn't been very energetic in this series...

    But there is one game left Sunday to see if she can light the lamp for TC.
    What coach, in their right mind, would have a player that can score sitting on the bench? They score 2 goals in 2 games. It's moronic. Not even a chance to play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiet Riot View Post
    What coach, in their right mind, would have a player that can score sitting on the bench? They score 2 goals in 2 games. It's moronic. Not even a chance to play.
    She has been a no show in all games and did not have a good camp. Maybe she is injured?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiet Riot View Post
    What coach, in their right mind, would have a player that can score sitting on the bench? They score 2 goals in 2 games. It's moronic. Not even a chance to play.
    As far as you know, she's doesn't have injury issues like Puckdrop14 asked, right?
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    She had a nice assist in game 1, so def not a no show. Iíd like to see her and Maltais on the same line a bit, I know both are listed as left wingers but surely one can play the right side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lindsay View Post
    She had a nice assist in game 1, so def not a no show. Iíd like to see her and Maltais on the same line a bit, I know both are listed as left wingers but surely one can play the right side.
    Correct...She did a nice job of taking the puck away from the US defenseman and feeding the puck to Shirley on that scoring play. Other than that though...

    BTW, if I'm remembering correctly I think she was on a line with Potomak (Minn) and Schneider (Colgate) in the black vs gold scrimmage during camp.
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    Re: 2018 USA Hockey Development Camps

    USA summaries of both final games here: https://teamusa.usahockey.com/news_article/show/942885

    Note: The past two years there were some complaints voiced on this forum that too many Minnesota girls were selected (roughly half or more) to the U18 team(s), despite each of those teams going on to win their series against Canada, rather handily as I recall. This year there were only four Minnesota girls selected, and they ended up losing their series 1-2. Probably a coincidence, but perhaps not?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lindsay View Post
    She had a nice assist in game 1, so def not a no show. Iíd like to see her and Maltais on the same line a bit, I know both are listed as left wingers but surely one can play the right side.
    Maybe not fair to say she was a no show but she was not a factor. However a player of that caliber has to play a lot to be effective and her shifts were few and far between. I thought Canada outplayed the USA today however Rooney was the difference. The Canadian goalie played well but was not tested like Rooney was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puckdrop14 View Post
    Maybe not fair to say she was a no show but she was not a factor. However a player of that caliber has to play a lot to be effective and her shifts were few and far between. .
    I agree with this. Wish we could have seen her more as I enjoy watching her, and also you wonder what a regular shift would have meant. At least NCAA season isnít too far off. I enjoyed watching this series, pretty good hockey on both sides, especially considering itís August.

    One thing that stood out to me was the offense created by the US defenders. The group came up with six points; Canadaís defenders were held off the score sheet.

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