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USPHL Premier Players Of The Week: Midwest Region

By USPHL Staff, 01/13/22, 4:45PM EST

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Jan. 13, 2022

Midwest West Division

Forward: Jack Seamans, Minnesota Mullets

Seamans (‘01/Medicine Lake, Minn.) went to work in a big way against the Dells Ducks over the weekend, posting a pair of goals and six assists for eight points. That pushed him up to 46 points on the season and helped him attain the 20-goal mark, all in just 29 games this year. 

 

Defense: Evan Izenstark, Hudson Havoc

Izenstark (‘02/Northbrook, Ill.) played 35 minutes in Saturday night's game and assisted on the gamewinning goal in overtime by Harvey Dove to beat the Wisconsin Rapids Riverkings. Over his first three games of 2022, Izenstark is a +3 and he’s blocked four shots. 

 

Goaltender: Ryan Knight, Hudson Havoc

Knight (‘03/San Jose, Calif.) was in the net for both games in the Havoc’s weekend sweep of the River kings. He stopped 60 of 62 shots faced on the weekend and was a key factor in both Havoc victories on the road. 

 

Midwest East Division

Forward: Bryce Iott, Detroit Fighting Irish

Iott (‘01/Ida, Mich.) is in his third USPHL Premier season, having racked up 59 points in his career so far, though he is in his first year with the Fighting Irish. At the USPHL Winter Showcase, Iott scored six goals and had one assist as the Irish earned a victory to end the showcase after a pair of close games. 

 

Defense: Thomas Turgeon, Fort Wayne Spacemen

Turgeon (‘04/Laval, Que.) put up the game-winning goal in the Spacemen’s USPHL Winter Showcase victory against the Springfield Pics. Overall, on the weekend, Turgeon rated a +1 and had a blocked shot. He also drew five penalties by opponents, a team-high. The weekend marked Turgeon’s debut with the Spacemen. 

 

Goaltender: Jack Coleman, Chicago Cougars

The best performance for a Midwest East goaltender came when Coleman (‘02/La Crosse, Wis.) stopped all 30 shots he faced against the Tampa Bay Juniors - one of the Florida Division’s top teams - at the USPHL Winter Showcase. He earned his first USPHL shutout in only his third game. 

 

Great Lakes Division

Forward: Colin Crowley, Columbus Mavericks

Crowley (‘04/Mississauga, Ont.) scored two goals, one in each game against the Wooster Oilers, and he added three assists over the weekend. He reached up to 28 points in 31 games for this, his first season in the USPHL. 

 

Defense: David Crandall, Toledo Cherokee

Crandall (‘02/Sylvania, Ohio) reached the 50-goal mark in his fourth game at the USPHL Winter Showcase, helping his team go 2-1-1-0 at the event. The second-year Cherokee blueliner registered a goal and two assists during the weekend in Marlborough, Mass. He also was a +2 with three hits and five blocked shots. 

 

Goaltender: Daniel Miscavish, Metro Jets

Miscavish (‘01/Macomb, Mich.) stood tall with a pair of wins against strong teams in the South Shore Kings - against whom he made 29 saves on 30 shots - and the Rockets Hockey Club. He stopped 19 of 20 against the Rockets. He is now 11-0-0-0 with a 1.55 goals against average and a .938 save percentage.