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FEBRUARY #STEELALUM REPORT

By Chicago Steel, 03/04/19, 12:00PM CST

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Catch Up With Alumni in the NHL, AHL, ECHL NCAA and More!

NHL

Carolina Hurricanes

Defenseman Jaccob Slavin recorded four assists in February, including back-to-back games on the road against the Florida Panthers (Feb. 21) and Dallas Stars (Feb. 23). Slavin's younger brother is current #WeAreSteel forward Josiah Slavin.

St. Louis Blues

Forward Mackenzie MacEachern scored a pair of goals in a three-game span with the first coming against the Nashville Predators (Feb. 9) and then New Jersey Devils (Feb. 12) during an 11-game win streak for the Blues.


AHL

Hartford Wolf Pack

Forward Steven Fogarty ended February on a six-game point streak (6-5-11), including a four-point night (3-1-4) against the Providence Bruins in a 4-1 win on February 24.

Rochester Americans

Forward C.J. Smith played three games in February after spending most of the month with the Buffalo Sabres and picked up four points (2-2-4) in the last two games of the month.

Utica Comets

Forward Brendan Woods had a three-game point streak (0-4-4) in the middle of the month, including his first multi-point game (0-2-2) this season.


ECHL

Florida Everblades

#SteelAlum Nathan Perkovich has 21 points this season, including 15 goals, through 46 games as the Everblades lead the South Division with a 37-13-5-0 record and 79 points. The Everblades currently lead the Eastern Conference.


NCAA

Michigan State University

Forward Mitchell Lewandowski registered three different multi-point performances in February (4-2-6) and now has 33 points (15-18-33) in 32 games. The Clarkston, Mich. native is one point shy of his total in his freshman year (19-15-34) in which he was named Big Ten Freshman of the Year and honorable mention All-Big Ten selection.


Forward Jack Badini had a point in five of the final six games in February, including a three-game goal streak. The Anaheim Ducks prospect had a five-point month and now has 17 points in 27 games, matching his year total from last season.

Harvard University

Forward Baker Shore registered an assist in four different games in February, picking up nearly a third of his season points (2-9-11) in one month.

Forward Reilly Walsh had a stellar February, registering a point in seven of eight games in the month (3-6-9). The New Jersey Devils prospect has points in 10 of the last 11 Harvard games dating back to January 19.


Colorado College

Forward Mason Bergh closed February on a three-game point streak (0-4-4) including three assists in two games against Western Michigan University.

Forward Christiano Versich had two assists in the final game of the month against Western Michigan University.


Sacred Heart University

Forward Austin Magera picked up seven points (5-2-7) during a four-game point streak during February. Magera has 23 points (11-12-23) through 31 games during his rookie season.

Forward Marc Johnstone had a pair of multi-assist games in February as he registered five points (1-4-5) in February.

Forward Todd Goehring more than doubled his point total this season after registering three points (1-2-3) in eight games in February.


University of Minnesota

Forward Brannon McManus picked up four points in seven February games. He had a point in the first three games of February, to extend his point streak to nine games dating back to January 11.

Forward Blake McLaughlin had a four-game point streak in which he picked up five assists.


Arizona State University

Forward Johnny Walker registered a point in all four of his February games (2-3-5) to extend his point streak to five games extending back to January 26 (4-3-7).  


Bowling Green Univeristy

Forward John Schilling had a point in five of six games in February (3-6-9), including a four-assist game (0-4-4) on February 15 at home against University of Alaska.


Clarkson College

Forward Haralds Egle was a point-per-game player in February as he registered eight points (5-3-8) as he had points in six of eight Clarkson games. Egle now has 34 points (16-18-34) in 32 games this season.


Mercyhurst University

Defenseman Joseph Duszak scored in five of six February games (2-4-6) and now has a point in 16 of his last 17 games dating back to December 8. Duszak is second in the NCAA with 43 points this season (16-27-43).


Minnesota State University

Forward Jake Jaremko  started the month of February on a three-game point streak (2-1-3) and now has 14 points (5-9-14) in 29 games.


University of Nebraska-Omaha

Forward Fredrik Olofsson started the month with five points in a weekend series with Western Michigan University. The Chicago Blackhawks prospect had two goals and three assists in the first two games of the month and now has a career-high 31 points (10-21-31) in 30 games.


Northeastern University

Forward Biagio Lerario entered February with two points (1-1-2) on the season and left it with five points (1-4-5) on the season after a three-point February.


Ohio State University

Goaltender Tommy Nappier was named the Big Ten Third Star of the Week on February 5 after he led the Buckeyes to a 2-0 shutout, his fourth of the season, over then #11/13 Notre Dame as he made 30 saves in the win.


Providence University

Forward Brandon Duhaime had a point in five of seven games in February as he registered six points (2-4-6) in that span. The Minnesota Wild prospect is tied for his career-high with 26 points (8-18-26) in 32 games this season.


St. Cloud State University

Forward Robby Jackson had a point in four of six games (3-4-7) during February and now has 29 points (13-16-29) in 28 games this season.


St. Lawrence University

Forward Zach Risteau started the month with a pair of multi-point games (3-1-4) in the second and third game of February.


Western Michigan University

Defenseman Michael Joyaux scored the first goal of his NCAA career as he registered a pair of goals on February 16 at home against University of North Dakota.


University of Wisconsin

Defenseman Jake Bunz played in just his second and third game of the season during February and picked up an assist in each (0-2-2) for his first points of the season.