Princeton has a few recruits taking the ice, including some playing in the USHL Fall Classic, which will conclude Sunday.
Here’s more from this week’s Princeton hockey recruit roundup:
Eric Robinson scored an empty net goal over the Youngstown Phantoms in Dubuque’s 6-3 win in the USHL Fall Class East on Sept. 13. For the Phantoms, future Tiger Josh Melnick recorded a plus-1 rating.
Two Princeton recruits faced off on Sept. 12 when the Sioux Falls Stampede and Tony Calderone defeated the Sioux City Musketeers and Stuart Pomeroy. Neither player scored, although Pomeroy took one shot and Calderone finished with three shots and a minus-1 rating.
In the USPHL, David Hallisey recorded an assist in the Islanders Hockey Club’s 4-3 SO win over the Portland Jr. Pirates on Sept. 15.
On the same day, Ben Halford made 36 saves and allowed four goals in the Bay State Breakers’ 8-4 win over the South Shore Kings
The two faced off on Sept. 14, and Halford stopped 42 shots and earned the victory in the Bay State Breakers’ 4-3 OT win over the Islanders Hockey Club on Sept. 14. For the Islanders Hockey Club, Hallisey scored the game-tying goal in the third period.
Michael Lackey played 29:39 minutes, faced 20 shots and made 19 saves in U.S. U-17’s 4-3 SO win over Janesville on Sept. 14. On Friday, the U.S. U-17 team defeated Janesville 12-1 on Sept. 13, and Lackey allowed zero goals through 29:27 minutes in net.
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