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USPHL Premier Players Of The Week: South Region

By USPHL Staff, 10/07/21, 7:15PM EDT

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Southeast Division

Forward: Ethan DeMumbrum, Charlotte Rush

The 2001-born Brentwood, Tenn., native who was a member of the 2021 Premier National Champions has taken charge here in his second season with the Rush. He posted a pair of goals and a pair of assists in his most recent pair of games against the Hampton Roads Whalers. Overall, he has 12 points through eight games this year. 

 

Defense: Wyatt Allan, Hampton Roads Whalers

Allan (‘01/Capistrano Beach, Calif.) had some important goals over the weekend’s set of games against the Rush, both going to Charlotte in overtime. He had the tying goal to force OT and get their first point of the weekend (in an OT ended by DeMumbrum), while scoring the first goal on Saturday to take what was a 1-0 lead. 

 

Goaltender: Kannon Flageolle, Hampton Roads Whalers

In a pair of overtime losses to Charlotte, Flageolle (‘02/Littleton, Colo.) was a workhorse, stopping 73 of 79 shots against over the weekend, helping to salvage two points for the visiting Whalers against the defending National Champions. 

 

Florida Division 

Forward: Logan Gallagher, Atlanta MadHatters 

Brought in later in 2020-21 for the MadHatters, Gallagher (‘02/Coultice, Ont.) has become the MadHatters’ offensive heart and soul, scoring eight points in his first eight games, already passing the seven he had through 15 games last year. Over this past weekend, he posted three goals and three assists in a split weekend at Palm Beach. 

 

Defense: Jon Heller, Tampa Bay Juniors

The fourth-year TBJ standout Heller (‘01 /  ) solely holds fifth all-time for Juniors Premier games played (116) and has already this season become the Juniors’ all-time leading scorer among defensemen with 57 points. He scored a goal and four assists over the weekend to stand at six points in seven contests.  

 

Goaltender: Thomas Schubert, Palm Beach Typhoon

Schubert (‘01/Vienna, Austria) is a third-year USPHL player in his first season with the brand new Typhoon. His experience with not just the league but North American hockey overall shows with performances like this past weekend’s 6-2 win over Atlanta in which he stopped 31 of 33 shots. He stands at 2-1-1 on the season.