Monday, February 26, 2007

News Articles

An article featuring John Zeiler. Article comes from the Lubbock Cotton Kings (CHL).

Zeiler, a 6’0” 207-pound native of Pittsburgh, PA, becomes the first player ever to advance to the NHL after appearing with the Lubbock Cotton Kings.

Marc Foster, of the Junior Hockey Blog, put out a couple entries mentioning the USHL. The first mentions possible expansion into Louisville, Dayton/Troy, and Cincinnati. The second deals with the USHL's Education article posted recently.

In-Forum article talking about Dean Blais/USHL.

Sioux City Musketeers thank the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders.

Last Saturday's Waterloo vs Lincoln game that was postponed has been re-scheduled for Tuesday, April 10th.


Anonymous said...

"O"hio: The Jr. Blue Jackets haven't scored a goal in their last 150:03 and have been shut out a league-high 11 times on the season...

Ryan you missed this stat...ouch
btw, what is the record?

Ryan said...

11 set by Waterloo in 01-02 season.

Anonymous said...

Which means barring a miracle, Ohio will be in the record books this yr. Probably not quite what they had in mind though.

Ryan said...

Ohio could set a record for fewest goals scored in a season too. With their recent shutout skid, I wouldn't be surprised if they set this record as well.

The current record is 105 goals for by the 86-87 Omaha Lancers. Right now, Ohio has 85 with 16 games remaining. It could be close.

extowerclimber said...

Didn't the Lancers play a 48 game season in 86-87 scoring the 105 goals?
As of 1 Mar 07 Ohio has 85 goals in 46 games. I don't think they will score 21 goals in their next 2 games against Tri-City.

Ryan said...

what would make it even worse for Ohio is if they fail to get 105 in 60 games.