Jamie Oleksiak (Pittsburgh Penguins) scored three points (1-2-3) in November including a goal on November 5 against the New Jersey Devils.
Jaccob Slavin (Carolina Hurricanes) had a four-point (2-2-4) November including goals in back-to-back games on November 6 (at St. Louis) and November 8 (at Chicago). Both goals came on the powerplay. The defenseman currently has eight points (2-6-8) in 26 games this season.
John Moore (Boston Bruins) scored his first goal of the season, a powerplay tally, on November 24 against the Montreal Canadiens. He also picked up an assist against the Vegas Golden Knights on November 11.
Steven Fogarty called up to New York Rangers from Hartford Wolf Pack … skated in six games in November.
Mackenzie MacEachern (San Antonio Rampage) had a four-game point streak (2-2-4) from November 24-December 1.
CJ Smith (Rochester Americans) recorded 10 points (2-8-10) and was on the scoresheet in 7 of 10 games in November including three assists vs. Utica on November 23.
Travis Morin recorded a five-game point streak (2-5-7) from November 3-16 in a 9-point month (two assists at Milwaukee on November 30).
Robbie Payne picked up two of his three assists this season in a two-assist performance on 11/25 at San Antonio.
Nolan Valleau was brought to the Syracuse Crunch on loan and put up four points in a six-game stretch in early November.
Trevor Owens leads Greenville Swamp Rabbits defensemen with 12 points this season (2-10-12), tied for 11th in ECHL.
Michael Huntebrinker is currently second on the Reading Royals with 19 points (7-12-19) in 17 games this season.
Tim Davison leads South Carolina Stingrays defensemen with 11 points this season (2-9-11), tied for fourth on the team.
Jack Dugan (Providence) was named Hockey East Rookie of the Month for November after he scored nine points (4-5-9) in eight games in November. This is the second month in a row Dugan has won the award as he posted three multi-point performances in November and had a four-game point streak (3-4-7) including a three-point (1-2-3) night against Merrimack on November 17.
A trio of #SteelAlum goaltenders are making noise around the NCAA:
As of December 2, Trevor Gorsuch (Western Michigan) and Tommy Nappier (Ohio State) are tied for seventh amongst goaltenders with a .750 win percentage.
Gorsuch won his last four starts in November as he finished the month 5-1 including a 32-save shutout on the road against North Dakota on November 16.
As of December 5, Nappier’s 1.43 GAA is third in the league while Cale Morris’ (Notre Dame) 1.83 is 10th. Also, Nappier’s .951 save percentage is second whle Morris’ .939 is fourth.
Morris ended the month on a four-game winning streak and finished November 5-2 overall. Nappier’s only loss of the month (4-1-1) came against Morris and the Fighting Irish.
As of Dec. 2, Johnny Walker (Arizona State) is fifth among NCAA skaters, averaging .75 points per game. His 12 goals is tied for the lead among all NCAA scorers.
As of Dec. 5, Walker (12-6-18) and Fredrik Olofsson (7-11-18) (Nebraska-Omaha) are tied for 12th in the NCAA with 18 points.
Derek Daschke had a seven-point (1-6-7) November and is now third on his team with 12 points this season as a rookie defenseman.
Karch Bachman scored four goals in November and now leads the team with seven this season.
Ohio State University
Tanner Laczynski put up eight points (3-5-8) in November to move into a tie for first with 14 points this season.
After a scoreless October, Brendon Kearney scored four points (3-1-4) in November with three points (2-1-3) coming in two games.
Brandon Duhaime recorded three multi-point performances in November. He and fellow #SteelAlum Ben Mirageas each scored a goal, assisted by the other, as each had a multi-point (1-1-2) performance against Holy Cross on November 3.
Greg Printz ended the month with a five-game point streak (4-1-5) in which he picked up five of his seven points this season.
Sacred Heart University
Marcel Godbout (Sacred Heart) scored all three (2-1-3) of his points this season during a four-game stretch in November.
#SteelAlum Austin Magera (2-5-7) and Marc Johnstone (1-6-7) are tied for the Sacred Heart team lead with seven points this season. Magera scored all seven of his points in November and Johnstone finished with four points (1-3-4) in the month.
Todd Goehring (Sacred Heart) scored his first NCAA goal against Canisius on November 23.
Haralds Egle (Clarkson) is currently tied for the team lead with 15 points (6-9-15) and recorded a point in all but one game in an eight-point November (3-5-8). Through December 1, Egle has registered a point in 11 of Clarkson’s 13 games this season as the team is 8-5 this season.
Mason Bergh (Colorado College) started a three-game goal streak at the end of November that now sits at four games as of December 1 (5-0-5).
Connor Yau (Dartmouth) scored in five of his six games in November, collecting all six of his assists this season.
Reilly Walsh (Harvard) had a nine-point (3-6-9) November as he scored in seven of his team’s eight games during the month. The New Jersey Devils defensive prospect is tied for third on the team with 12 points through 11 games this season.
Jack Badini scored three points (2-1-3) in two games as both of his goals were assisted by #SteelAlum (Baker Shore and Reilly Walsh).
Joseph Duszak (Mercyhurst) is now second on the team with 15 points after he eight points (2-6-8) in five games in November.
Mitchell Lewandowski (Michigan State) had three multi-point performances in an eight-point (3-5-8) November as he is now second on the team with 15 points this season.
Blake McLaughlin (Minnesota) picked up his first career NCAA point on November 9 with an assist against Wisconsin. The Anaheim Ducks prospect has five assists in his rookie campaign and is still searching for his first career NCAA goal.
Walker Duehr (Minnesota State) chipped in two goals in a 4-2 win over Lake Superior on November 30.
Matt Kiersted (North Dakota) scored five points (2-3-5) in a six-game stretch in November. He is tied for second on the team with nine points this season.
Karlis Cukste (Quinnipiac) picked up five of his 10 assists this season during the month of November, including a three-game point streak in the middle of the month.
Robby Jackson (St. Cloud State) put up nine points (3-6-9) in seven November games and is now tied for second on the team with 15 points this season. He has scored in all but three of St. Cloud’s games through November.
Sebastian Vidmar (Union) put up four points (0-4-4) in a two-game weekend to open November.
One of last season’s alternate captain, defenseman Graham Lillibridge (Yale), picked up his first career NCAA point – an assist – on November 23 against Union.