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USPHL Elite Players Of The Week: South Region

By USPHL Staff, 10/27/21, 2:15PM EDT


Week of Oct. 27, 2021

Southeast Division

Forward: Camden Schanberger, Richmond Generals

Schanberger (‘01/Dallastown, Pa.) continues to be a leader for the Generals in his third season. He posted a goal and three assists in a three-point weekend against the Carolina Jr. Hurricanes. He has missed the scoresheet just twice this year and is on a five-game scoring streak with seven points. 


Defense: Chase Wainman, Carolina Jr. Hurricanes

Wainman (‘02/Weston, Fla.) repeats as a Player Of The Week with a pair of goals and an assist, all part of a four-game goal-and point-scoring streak. He has forward-like numbers of 5-2-7 in these past four contests. He also pushed his points per game over 1.00 with 14 points through 13 games this year. 


Goaltender: Devin Decarlo, Hampton Roads Whalers

DeCarlo stopped 64 of 70 shots put on him towards a sweep of the Potomac Patriots this past weekend. DeCarlo, who earned his first two junior wins, is a 2003-born native of Rockville, Md. 


Florida Division 

Forward: Milan Levcenko, Tampa Bay Juniors

The ‘04 out of Lithuania has spent most of his hockey career in the United States already, and has given a good shot to the arm offensively for the Juniors. He currently has a line of 5-6-11 in just six games, including three goals and two assists this past weekend against Palm Beach. Levcenko has also seen his first two Premier games already this season.  


Defense: Adam Creighton, Tampa Bay Juniors

Creighton (‘05/Port Colborne, Ont.) is enjoying a strong rookie season in Florida. He recently strung together goals against the Typhoon and added an assist as well. He has six points in 11 games so far this year. 


Goaltender: Taveon Dees, Atlanta MadHatters 

The veteran Dees (‘03/Anchorage, Alaska) helped the MadHatters earn a win in a split weekend with the Florida Jr. Blades. In a 40-minute appearance on Oct. 24, he stopped all 18 shots he faced to salvage a 4-3 victory after the Blades had put up a 3-0 lead after the first on his creasemate. A day earlier, Dees stopped 40 of 43 shots in a close 3-2 loss to Florida.