Monday is a bit of a light day to close out the Islanders Hockey Club Showcase, as we are down to the USPHL Premier and Elite Divisions as the only two remaining divisions in play.
Even still, there are some great games set to close out the event.
New York Aviators vs. Connecticut Nighthawks, Lawler Arena, 8 a.m.
The Aviators have been the No. 1 team in Tier-3 junior hockey over four of the last five weeks. The Nighthawks have gone 8-2-1-0 in their last 11 games, and are the 16th-ranked team in the U.S.
Skipjacks Hockey Club vs. South Shore Kings, Skate 3 White, 8:45 a.m.
A pair of top 20 teams clash on the ice, with the Skipjacks holding an 8-0-1 record in their last nine. The Kings have seen a win, a loss and a shootout loss in their first three showcase games.
Islanders Hockey Club vs. Wooster Oilers, Skate 3 Red, 10:20 a.m.
The Oilers have had a strong showcase, going 1-1-1 in the East, while the Islanders are on a 5-0-0-1 run over their last six.
Boston Bandits vs. DME Swamp Rabbits, Gallant Arena, 11:50 a.m.
The Bandits are on an 8-0 run and are in third place, while the 12th-place DME Swamp Rabbits are 2-1-0-0 in the showcase thus far.
DECATUR, Ill. - The Decatur Blaze went on a three-game road trip this week and suffered three losses.
Thursday afternoon, Alec Kowalczyk scored the lone goal for the Blaze in a 7-1 loss today to the Chicago Cougars.
Cameron Bernard and Remy Champoux combined to stop 27 shots in the Blaze net.
Then Friday night, Jacob Gerber, Liam Miles and Scott Wargin scored, but the Blaze fell 5-3 to the Midwest Blackbirds.
Bernard took the loss in goal.
Saturday night, TJ Dougan scored twice and Matvey Lobzin added a goal, but the Blaze lost 7-3 to the Blackbirds.
Champoux suffered the defeat between the pipes.
Decatur is now off until Nov. 30.
BOSTON - Both Metro Jets teams picked up wins Saturday on Day 2 of the USPHL IHC Showcase.
In the morning game, Justin Song, Tyler German and Brandon Graham (pictured) scored and Brian Tallieu stopped all 18 shots as the Jets dropped the New Jersey Rockets 3-0.
Final shots were 40-18 Jets.
Then in the evening game, Michael Paul made 20 saves, while Colin Day scored a pair and Nick McDougall one as the Metro Jets DP Team knocked off the Hartford Jr. Wolfpack 3-1.
The showcase wraps up with a pair of Sunday games as the DP Team plays the Boston Bandits at 9:50 a.m. and the Jets take on the Springfield Pics at 11:20 a.m.
All games at the showcase will be available on www.HockeyTV.com.