Here are some younger players to watch:
Danil Gushchin – 5-9, 161 – Muskegon - He’s a 2002 birthdate. This Russian has speed, feistiness on defense, enough to play the PK. He had a goal and an assist in one period but has been solid every time I’ve seen him.
With six games on tap, I had to report early. I may be too tired later on. So here are some notes on a few who stood out in the Sioux City vs. Green Bay game.
Marcus Kallionkieli – 6-1 - 176 – RW – He is 2019 NHL Draft eligible.
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I wore one in a favorite hat of mine for over a week and it did the job and then some. I
I spent all morning on the road and the rest of the day and night at the rink. I saw some great games that featured some talented players. This is the start of their regular season so keep that in mind. The first three are goalies.
Wouter Peeters – 6-4, 205
QUEENS, NY (September 25, 2018) - Former NY Mets All-Star Edgardo Alfonzo spent a lively afternoon with 6th and 7th graders at Queens Community House (QCH)’s Beacon Program at JHS 190 in Forest Hills on Monday, answering questions, playing catch, and signing autographs for everyone in the room.
Alfonzo, nicknamed “Fonzie,” is considered by many to be the best second baseman in Mets history. He posted a career 29.5 WAR,
Dan Vladar – 6-6, 192 – G - Good positioning on a 1-on-0 attempt. Made an outstanding save on Travis Konecny, some luck involved. He’s stood tall into the second period. Especially when his team was a man down. Quick covers. Good glove.
Jack Studnicka – 6-1, 170 – C -
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The first run they ever scored came on a balk. They lost the first nine games they ever played. Rumor has it they picked the name of the best pitcher (Tom Seaver) in their history out of a hat on April Fools' Day.
They were supposed to be the replacement for
If you missed the first Keystone Comic-Con, you missed a lot. The fans of Philadelphia were treated to a bevy of stars that they could get autographs from or a cool photo op. There were more comic dealers than I can remember at any local Philadelphia show in quite some
Once upon a time, the quarterback class of 1983 was one that was talked about for years after the draft. A lot of it had to do with why teams chose the player they did and the reason, smart or otherwise, why they left another on the board. Dan Marino