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2019 ECEL Fall Classic Top Performers

10/25/2019, 3:30pm EDT
By ECEL

18U Premier

Forward – Ryan Corcoran, Boston Advantage

GAMES GOALS ASSISTS POINTS
4 4 2 6

Corcoran helped the Advantage post three straight victories to start the Fall Classic, scoring in each of those games, including twice in a 5-4 win over the New Jersey Titans. The 5-11, 175-pounder leads the division in both goals and points, posting at least a point in each contest.

Defense – Samuel DeMauro, Ontario Hockey Academy

GAMES GOALS ASSISTS POINTS
3 1 1 2

DeMauro commanded the blue line for the ECEL newcomers, helping lead Ontario to a 3-0-0 record by limiting opponents to just five goals in those three victories. The Montreal native also chipped in offensively with a goal in a convincing 7-1 win over New Jersey.

Goaltender – Ryan Nocerino, Elite Hockey Program

GAMES RECORDS GOALS AGAINST GAA SAVE %
2 2-0-0 1 0.50 .978

Nocerino boasts a division-best goals-against average as well as save percentage after turning in two outstanding performances. The Elite netminder posted a 22-save shutout against the New Hampshire Avalanche to open the Fall Classic and followed that up with a 45-save effort in a 3-1 win over the Wenatchee Wolves.

18U Showcase

Forward – Matthias Weistche, Westlake Volts

GAMES GOALS ASSISTS POINTS
4 4 6 10

Weistche made his ECEL debut a memorable one, recording three multiple-point games in leading Westlake to a perfect 4-0-0 mark. The speedster netted two goals and assisted on two others as the Volts handed Mount its only loss of the weekend. He also posted three points in a 5-2 win over the guest Texas Warriors before notching a goal and assist in a 3-1 victory against the 95 Giants.

Defense – Etienne Bureau, Mount Hockey Academy

GAMES GOALS ASSISTS POINTS
4 3 3 6

Bureau stood out among a stellar group of Mount Hockey Academy defenders, who held opponents to just seven goals over four outings, including back-to-back shutouts over Mercer and Monument Academy. The left-handed sharpshooter leads all blueliners in the division in both goals and points, netting single tallies in three games and recording at least a point in all four.

Goaltender – Alex Condon, Mount Hockey Academy

GAMES RECORDS GOALS AGAINST GAA SAVE %
2 2-0-0 1 0.50 .975

Condon allowed just a single goal in two starts, posting a 19-save shutout against Monument Academy after turning in a 21-save performance during a 5-1 victory over the New Jersey Titans. The Prince Edward Island native owns a division-best goal-against average as well as save percentage for goaltenders with more than one start.

16U Premier

Forward – Aidan Wiserman, New Jersey Titans

GAMES GOALS ASSISTS POINTS
4 5 3 8

Wiserman scored his fifth goal of ECEL Fall Classic in overtime to help the Titans edge Elite Hockey Club and complete a perfect 4-0-0 weekend. The OT clincher was the center’s second of the game. The Haymarket, VA, resident sits atop the division in both goals and points.

Defense – Ronan Joseph, New Hampshire Monarchs

GAMES GOALS ASSISTS POINTS
4 2 1 3

Joseph chipped in with a pair of goals in both victories for the Monarchs during their 2-2-0 weekend, but saved his best work for the blue line. The bulky 6-4, 187-pound Sherwood Park, Alberta, defensive stalwart helped hold New Hampshire’s four opponents to just nine total goals. 

Goaltender – D’Mar McCoy, Elite Hockey Program

GAMES RECORDS GOALS AGAINST GAA SAVE %
2 2-0-0 2 1.00 .952

McCoy posted a 17-save shutout in his first Fall Classic start against the Mercer Chiefs before turning aside 23 shots in a 6-2 win over the Wenatchee Wilderness. The 6-0, 155-pound Pennsylvania native holds the top spot in the division for goals-against average for netminders with more than one start.

16U Showcase

Forward – Nick Ramm, Northeast Generals

GAMES GOALS ASSISTS POINTS
4 6 3 9

Ramm posted at least two points in all four games for the 3-1-0 Generals, including two goals against both the guest Texas Warriors and new league member Assabet Patriots. By netting goals in all four games, the right-shot boasts the most tallies in the division and second most points. 

Defense – William Brophy, Assabet Patriots

GAMES GOALS ASSISTS POINTS
4 3 1 4

Brophy’s steady defensive approach proved key to the Patriots sweeping their Fall Classic opponents in their first-ever ECEL appearance. Brophy helped Assabet surrender just nine total goals in the four victories while adding well-timed contributions to the Patriots offense with three goals.

Goaltender – Jayden Haggerty, Boston Advantage

GAMES RECORDS GOALS AGAINST GAA SAVE %
2 2-0-0 0 0.00 1.000

Aided by a stingy team defense that allowed an average of just 13 shots on goal per game, Haggerty was the lone goaltender for the entire event with more than one start not to allow a goal. He turned aside seven shots in a 4-0 win over the North Carolina Golden Bears before stopping 12 New Jersey Titans attempts during a 6-0 victory.

15U

Forward – Ivan Bondar, Seacoast Spartans

GAMES GOALS ASSISTS POINTS
4 3 3 6

Bondar registered a point in all four games for the 2-1-0-1 Spartans, including scoring in three straight contests to start the weekend. The center, who posted a goal and two assists in a convincing win over the 95 Giants, finds himself in a three-way tie for points atop the division along with teammate Eetu Levanen. 

Defense – Andreas Forand, New Jersey Titans

GAMES GOALS ASSISTS POINTS
4 1 3 4

Forand headlined a blueline corps that allowed just five goals against in four Fall Classic contests, surrendering an average of only 15 shots per game, including a miniscule two shots during a second consecutive shutout of the 95 Giants. Forand chipped in offensively as well with a goal and three assists as well for the first-place Titans.

Goaltender – Hayden Kim, Mercer Chiefs

GAMES RECORDS GOALS AGAINST GAA SAVE %
4 3-1-0 8 2.00 .897

Kim started all four games for Mercer, stopping 70 of the 78 shots he faced in posting three victories, including a shutout of the 95 Giants. His lone loss came in a 2-1 nail-biter against familiar in-state rival New Jersey Titans. Kim owns the second best save percentage in the division behind the Titans’ Alex Steinberg (.958).

 

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