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LTsatch
09-20-2018, 08:37 PM
Looks like there could be some immediate help from the incoming class. Yale picked for the lower middle of the pack by the Coaches and media. Goalie will be a huge question mark this season.
CLASS OF 2022 YALE ROSTER

NAME POS. HT. WT. HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS TEAM

Curtis Hall F 6-3 197 Chagrin Falls, OH/Youngstown Phantoms (USHL)

Kyle Johnson F 5-11 180 Port Moody, BC/Prince George Spruce Kings (BCHL)

Graham Lillibridge D 5-9 160 Geneva, IL/Chicago Steel (USHL)

Justin Pearson F 6-1 185 Nashua, NH/Islanders Hockey Club (USPHL)

Jack St. Ivany D 6-2 195 Manhattan Beach, CA/Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL)


Curtis Hall

6'3, 197

Forward

Chagrin Falls, Ohio

Ursuline High School

At Youngstown Phantoms (USHL): Played 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons… Tallied 52 points in 113 games over the two seasons… Named to the All-Rookie 2nd Team in 2016-17… Selected to the 2017 USA Hockey/All-American Prospects Game and the USHL's Top Prospect Game.

International: Represented Team USA at 2017 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Cup… Played for U.S. Junior Select Team competing at World Junior A Challenge.

Personal: Also played one year of high school lacrosse…Enjoys golf and waterskiing…Father, Michael, played hockey at Bowling Green University, followed by five seasons in the ECHL, AHL, and IHL.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4iHNDI5_oQ



Kyle Johnson

5'11, 180

Forward

Port Moody, British Columbia

Heritage Woods Secondary/Prince George Secondary

At Prince George Spruce Kings (BCHL): Scored 107 points in 151 games over 3 seasons… Named MVP in 2015-16 season… Represented Team Canada West in World Junior A Challenge in 2016 and 2017… Assistant Captain of Canada West team in 2017 that won gold medal… Captained Prince George in 2017-18 season and led team to BCHL runner-up finish.

At Vancouver Northeast Chiefs (BCMML): Totaled 48 points in 40 games in 2014-15 season… Won BC Major Midget League Championship… BCMML top playoff scorer with 15 points in 6 games.

Personal: Named to Principal's List at Prince George Secondary … Received BC Provincial Government Achievement Scholarship… Father, Jay, ran track at University of Portland and Simon Fraser University… Interested in psychology and health and nutrition.



Graham Lillibridge

5'9, 160

Defense

Geneva, Illinois

Geneva Community High School

At Chicago Steel (USHL): Played first USHL season with Muskegon Lumberjacks, tallied 12 points in 47 games… Played for Steel from 2016-18… Totaled 73 points in 115 games… Won 2016-17 USHL Clark Cup Championship… Named 2017 USHL Co-Scholar-Athlete of the Year and was selected for the USHL All-Academic Team… Played on 2017 USA Junior Select Team for World Junior A Challenge… Played in 2018 USHL/NHL Top Prospects Game… Served as Alternate Captain for 2017-18 season… Had 41 assists and 45 points in 56 games… Helped team reach Eastern Conference Semifinals.

At Geneva Community High School: In golf, was Upstate Eight All-Conference in 2013, O-K Black Division All-Conference in 2016, MHSAA 1st Team All-State in 2016… Earned High Honor Roll all four years of high school, one year at Mona Shores High School in Michigan… Also received Illinois State Scholar awards.

Personal: Sister, Darby, will play golf at Quinnipiac University… Interested in economics.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h939XkOk_Y4



Justin Pearson

6'1, 185

Forward

Nashua, New Hampshire

Bishop Guertin High School

At Islanders Hockey Club: Tallied 32 points in 31 games at U-18 level for 2015-16 Season… Played in USPHL U-18 All Star Game… Won Founders Cup regular season title in 2017 and 2018… Won Dineen Cup in 2017 and 2018… Scored 98 points in 100 games over last two seasons with the Islanders Hockey Club.

At Bishop Guertin High School (Nashua, N.H.): Played four seasons for Bishop Guertin… Served as captain senior year scoring 54 points in 18 games… Named All-State, Nashua Telegraph Player of the State and Team MVP two seasons in a row… Won NH Division 1 State Championship in 2015… Runner-up in 2016… Played Lacrosse as a midfielder

Personal: Received President's Award for Educational Excellence and NHIAA Scholar-Athlete Award… National Honors Society and Spanish National Honors Society… Enjoys golf, hiking, and traveling… Interested in economics.



Jack St. Ivany

6'2", 195

Defense

Manhattan Beach, CA

Mira Costa High School/ Roosevelt High School

At Los Angeles Jr. Kings: Scored 24 points in 63 games over two seasons from 2014 to 2016… Served as Alternate Captain… 2016 USA Hockey Pacific District Champion.

At Sioux Falls Stampede: Scored 49 points in 109 games over two seasons from 2016 to 2018… World Junior A Challenge Silver Medalist in 2017… Played on the USHL Third All-Star Team for the 2017-2018 season… Alternate Captain for the 2017 season… Played in USHL/NHL Top Prospects Game in 2017 and 2018.

International: Played for Team USA 19u competing at World Junior A Challenge in 2019… tallied 2 points in 5 games.

At Mira Costa High School: California Amateur Hockey Association Scholar Athlete from 2014 to 2016… Mira Costa High School Scholar Athlete from 2014 to 2016… California Scholarship Federation Award Recipient in 2015.

Personal: Enjoys surfing, golf, and music... Interested in political science.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zix1g3jpRoo

lugnut92
09-21-2018, 01:30 PM
Hello everyone! It might be a little early for it, but I'm pumped, so I've kicked off this year's ECAC Pick the Standings contest (http://board.uscho.com/showthread.php?135007-ECAC-Pick-The-Standings-2018-2019)! If you are somehow new here, it's a super simple game where you just predict the standings and whoever is closest <s>wins like $1000</s> gets to brag about it in their signature forever. Join in!

lugnut92
10-03-2018, 12:48 PM
Just popping in to advertise the ECAC Pick the Standings contest (http://board.uscho.com/showthread.php?135007-ECAC-Pick-The-Standings-2018-2019) again. It's a super simple game that takes like 1 minute of thought to play. Entrance is allowed through the first ECAC matches at the end of the month, but feel free to make a guess now and revise later. Thanks!

lugnut92
10-11-2018, 09:50 AM
Plugging the ECAC Pick the Standings contest (http://board.uscho.com/showthread.php?135007-ECAC-Pick-The-Standings-2018-2019) again. All you have to do is guess what the final standings will be! Entries close in a couple weeks when the puck drops on the conference slate. Thanks!

lugnut92
10-19-2018, 01:45 PM
Probably the second-to-last time that I'll spam the ECAC Pick the Standings contest (http://board.uscho.com/showthread.php?135007-ECAC-Pick-The-Standings-2018-2019). Only one week remains until the first ECAC contest of the season, so get your picks (or revisions) in soon!

lugnut92
10-25-2018, 09:10 PM
In 24 hours, the first matches of the conference schedule will be over and you will no longer be able to enter the ECAC Pick the Standings contest (http://board.uscho.com/showthread.php?135007-ECAC-Pick-The-Standings-2018-2019) (or change your picks if you already entered). It takes very little time to enter, so head on over to the thread and make your pick!

bulldog10jw
10-26-2018, 10:45 AM
Here we go. I have ESPN+ (which I got for football) so I will be able to watch tonight's game and any game between Ivy teams. Looking forward to the season.

Turk
10-26-2018, 03:14 PM
Here we go. I have ESPN+ (which I got for football) so I will be able to watch tonight's game and any game between Ivy teams. Looking forward to the season.

Just an FYI ESPN+ will let you wach any game against a ECAC team not just the Ivy's

bulldog10jw
10-26-2018, 05:50 PM
Just an FYI ESPN+ will let you wach any game against a ECAC team not just the Ivy's

Thanks for the info

bulldog10jw
10-26-2018, 08:22 PM
Yale wins 3-2. Certainly some things to work on. The power play. They looked better at even strength then during a lot of their PP chances. Also, Brown seemed quicker. Not sure that's something you can fix.

Snively picks up where he left off.

LTsatch
10-28-2018, 09:41 PM
Yale wins 3-2. Certainly some things to work on. The power play. They looked better at even strength then during a lot of their PP chances. Also, Brown seemed quicker. Not sure that's something you can fix.

Snively picks up where he left off.

I watched the game on the excellent quality ESPN+ feed. Same old Bruno announcer, minus his color man. The same announcer mentioned that the Yale defense kept Brown to the perimeter for most of the night. I take that as a good sign for Yale. The addition of St. Ivany and Lillibridge who both played very well will be an immediate assist to this team. The new forwards seemed to be out of sorts, which should be expected during a first game. Luke Stevens was credited for the redirect on the winning goal. I hope to see many more of those during his time at Yale, park that boy netfront!

bulldog10jw
11-04-2018, 06:22 PM
I was not able to watch either game this weekend, hopefully I will be able to catch the replays on ESPN+, but based strictly on the box scores, Yale had a pretty good weekend.

A decent comeback against Cornell fell a little short then a nice win against Colgate for the two points.

And 4 for 8 on the PP for the weekend. Snively, once again, all over the box score.

LTsatch
11-04-2018, 11:34 PM
I watched the game on the excellent quality ESPN+ feed. Same old Bruno announcer, minus his color man. The same announcer mentioned that the Yale defense kept Brown to the perimeter for most of the night. I take that as a good sign for Yale. The addition of St. Ivany and Lillibridge who both played very well will be an immediate assist to this team. The new forwards seemed to be out of sorts, which should be expected during a first game. Luke Stevens was credited for the redirect on the winning goal. I hope to see many more of those during his time at Yale, park that boy netfront!
Yale did outplay Cornell for more than half of the game,
Once Kaz settled in, the team got better. I am very enthusiastic about the new players, especially Hall. He has good size and scored twice during the Colgate game while tying up the other teams netfront. Excited about the team this year.

bulldog10jw
11-09-2018, 06:32 PM
Yale-Harvard on ESPN+

Experiencing technical difficulties.

bulldog10jw
11-09-2018, 08:51 PM
Yale-Harvard on ESPN+

Experiencing technical difficulties.

Was able to watch the last two periods.

A fun game to watch between two good teams.

Snively with another big goal for the tie.

The 4 on 4 goal late in the 2nd really hurt

LTsatch
11-09-2018, 11:03 PM
Was able to watch the last two periods.

A fun game to watch between two good teams.

Snively with another big goal for the tie.

The 4 on 4 goal late in the 2nd really hurt

The two penalties on Sweezey were the difference. Unfortunately the only defensive lapse of the night led to that breakaway. Kacsperski was excellent this evening, and really had no chance on any of the goals except the breakaway. Nice bomb by St. Ivany who immediately impressed with his size and ability to move the puck. Pearson also made a great play on the second Yale goal. Yale needs to stay out of the box and win more faceoffs if they want to win a few games. Seeing this team for the first time in person, I am very optomistic about this season

LTsatch
11-10-2018, 09:23 PM
No puck luck this evening, 3 posts hit and a couple of wide open nets missed. One thing I have noticed this year is that Yale is starting slow and then gaining momentum as the game progresses. They had DC on their heals for the latter half of the game, they just could not finish. 13 days off until Union in Belfast, heading over for the games, can't wait!

bulldog10jw
11-11-2018, 11:49 AM
No puck luck this evening, 3 posts hit and a couple of wide open nets missed. One thing I have noticed this year is that Yale is starting slow and then gaining momentum as the game progresses. They had DC on their heals for the latter half of the game, they just could not finish. 13 days off until Union in Belfast, heading over for the games, can't wait!

Disappointing to only get 1 point on a home weekend. Missed the game. Saturday nights are tough and with the time difference, I'm in Arizona, sometimes we don't get home until the game is almost over.

Have a great trip. Should be a once in a lifetime experience.

bulldog10jw
11-23-2018, 11:56 AM
Yale never wins these shoot outs.

And usually looks bad trying.

LTsatch
11-25-2018, 10:52 AM
Kaz, does not seem to handle breakaways either. Yale outplayed Union, but could not finish, nice to see them wake and put away UConn after a pivotal 5-3 kill. I beginning to like the fight and stamina of this years team.