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Announcing The 2020-21 USPHL Premier Florida Division All Stars

By USPHL Staff, 04/10/21, 7:00PM EDT


The USPHL is proud to announce the USPHL Premier Florida Division All-Stars for 2020-21. Best of luck to all of these players in their future endeavors on and off the ice! 

(Listed below in alphabetical order)



Jack Anderson, Tampa Bay Juniors (D '02 Wayzata, Minn.) -- One of only two team players to suit up for all 44 games, Anderson picked up eight goals and 26 points from his spot on the blueline. Three of those goals and a couple assists came on powerplay and Anderson added a shorthanded assist and a game winner. The defender sat just two minor penalites on the season as well.



Ryan Bailey, Atlanta Mad Hatters (F '01 Gwinnett, Ga.) 

Bailey was the team's scoring leader with 26 goals and 44 points in 42 games for the Mad Hatters. Six of his goals and nine points came on Mad Hatters powerplay chances and he also fired three goals while shorthanded and three of his tallies were game winners. 


Bryce Battaglia, Charleston Colonials (F '02 Gretna, Neb.) 

Battaglia played in 31 games, scoring 11 goals and collecting 30 points for the Colonials. Three goals and five points came on powerplay and Battaglia also scored a pair of game winners and set up a shorthanded goal.

Alexandre Caron, Florida Eels (G '01 Ste-Victoir-de-Sorel, Que.) 

Before putting together an amazing playoff run and playing a huge role in the team's advancing to the League championship game, Caron put together a 15-6 regular season record with a 2.72 Goals Against Average and a .916 Save Percentage with three shutouts.


Max Cohen, Florida Jr. Blades (F '02 White Lake Charter Township, Mich.) 

Cohen played in just 25 games this season but picked up 33 points with 10 goals. His playmaking ability was in full vision on the powerplay as he picked up a goal and seven assists and he also added a goal and assist while shorthanded.


Jake Court, Florida Eels (F '00 Fort Myers, Fla.) 

In 43 games with the Eels, Court scored 21 goals and picked up 45 points. Four goals and nine points came on powerplays and Court added three more goals and six points while shorthanded. He had three game winners and sat just 16 minutes in the sin bin.


Brendan Dicker, Charleston Colonials (F '01 Clarkston, Mich.) 

Dicker scored 13 goals and collected 38 points in 34 games for the Colonials, including two goals and seven points on powerplay. Two of his goals stood up as game winners and Dicker was assessed just four minutes in penalties.

Dylan Florit, Atlanta Mad Hatters (F '02 Manhattan Beach, Calif.) 

Florit played in all but of the team's 44 games this season, counting 17 goals and 43 points. Four goals and 11 points came on powerplays and Florit also set up a trio of shorthanded markers. Three of his goals this season were game winners.


Aaron Frenkel, Tampa Bay Juniors (F '00 Edina, Minn.) 

Frenkel shared the team scoring lead this season with 26 goals and 59 points in 42 games including two goals and seven points on powerply and an awesome four goals while the Juniors were shorthanded. He scored two game winners and notched a goal in his only shootout attempt of the season.

Trevor Giwerowski, Charleston Colonials (G '01 Bensalem, Pa.) 

Giwerowski became a key in the second half of the season, appearing in 17 games and posting a 10-6-0-0 record with a 2.99 Goals Against Average and a .912 Save Percentage. Two of his wins came in shootout and he was unbeaten in three shootout attempts.



Taurin Haddon-Harris, Florida Eels (F '02 Boca Raton, Fla.) 

Haddon-Harris played in 35 games this season, collecting 17 goals and 45 points. Four goals and eight points came on powerplay and he also set up four while shorthanded.One of his goals was a game winner.


Aaron Hamel, Charleston Colonials (F '01 Okemos, Mich) 

The Colonials' scoring leader this season, Hamel scored 23 goals and collected 48 points. Three goals and a dozen points came on Colonials powerplays and Hamel also scored two shortys and three game winners. 


Laz Kaebel, Tampa Bay Juniors (D '01 Prior Lake, Minn.) 

Kaebel played in all but one game this season, scoring 12 goals and collecting 31 points in 43 games. Nine points, including five goals, came on the powerplay and Kaebel added two shorthanded assists and two game winning goals.


Cade Kujawski, Tampa Bay Juniors (G '00 Prior Lake, Minn.) 

A workhorse, Kujawski went to the blue paint 32 times this past season, posting a record of 18-10-1-1. He faced 873 shots and stopped all but 83 for a Goals Against Average of 2.85 and a .905 Save Percentage with a pair of shutouts.


Kyle Lindholm, Florida Junior Blades (D '00 Windsor, Colo.)  

Lindholm played in all but one of the 44 games this season for the Blades, picking up five goals and 27 points. two of those goals and five assists came on Junior Blades' powerplay chances. He added a shorty and one of his goals was a game winner.


Stanley Lucas, Tampa Bay Juniors (F '00 Edwardsville, Ill.)  

Lucas also collected 59 points, playing in 40 games with 22 goals.He had two goals and nine points on Juniors' powerplay opportunities and collected three shorthanded assists. While playing on special treams, Lucas didn't allow the other team many, collecting just four minutes in penalties on the season. Three of his goals were game winners.


Demeed Podrezov, Florida Eels (F '00 Moscow, Russia) 

The Eels’ leading scorer, Podrezov scored 26 goals and collected 71 points. He excelled on special teams, collecting seven goals and 16 set ups on the Eels' powerplay and his four shorthanded goals had him tied for third best in the league. He also had a couple shorthanded assists and two game winners.



Connor Reed, Tampa Bay Juniors (F ‘03 Tampa, Fla.) 

Reed missed just one game this season, collecting 20 goals and 40 points through 43 games for the Juniors. He collected four goals and five points on power plays and scored a pair of game winners while sitting just 12 minutes in penalties this season.


Matthew Rhodes, Charleston Colonials (D ‘01 Charleston, S.C.) 

Rhodes was a role player for the Colonials this season. His goal and seven assists helped the offense, but Rhodes played a big role in his own end, averaging nearly 20 minutes per game of ice time and blocking 23 shots while taking just 16 minutes in penalties.


Matthew Shaw, Florida Jr. Blades (D '02 Mich.) Shaw led Blades offense among defensemen with nine goals and 28 points in just 25 games. Shaw scored three and added four assists on powerplay and also collected two goals and a helper while shorthded. Two of his goals were game winners for the Blades.


Cade Swygert, Florida Eels (D ‘00 Summerville, S.C.) 

The Eels’ defender played in 41 games this season, scoring five goals and picking up 28 points with two goals and eight points on powerplay. He also had a couple shorthanded assists and two of his five goals were game winners.


TJ Zebley, Florida Eels (F '02 Springfield, Pa.) 

Zebley counted 25 goals and added 33 assists in 41 games this season for 58 points. He sank 10 goals on powerplay chances and added six assists along with three goals and five points while shorthanded. Three of his goals were game winners and Zebley was assessed just 12 minute in minor infractions this season.