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2022 CCM 68 Futures Michigan

 

2022 CCM 68 Futures Michigan

Novi Ice Arena – Novi, Michigan
July 15-17, 2022

 

200×85 hosted the final CCM 68 Futures combine of the 2022 season for the 2009 birth year this past weekend in Michigan. Two teams of Girls (Gray and Red) and 4 teams of Boys (Black, White, Gold, and Green) met in Novi to compete with and against each other for the weekend.

The on-ice training sessions for the Girls both days were led by Shawn Skelly (Adrian College-Girls Head Hockey Coach) and Hayley WIlliams (KMH Budapest and Hungarian National Team player).

 

The Boys on-ice training sessions were led on Friday by Kevin Gibson (Detroit Red Wings Amateur Scout) and on Saturday by Kevin Darnell (USA Hockey NTDP Assistant Director of Player Personnel).

 

The off-ice training sessions that players had on Friday and Saturday were run by Colin Smith (Detroit Edge Hockey, University Liggett Head Coach) and focused on body weight exercises, speed, explosiveness, balance, and proprioception.

 

In addition to being allowed to try out the newest CCM skate models and the newest CCM stick models during the practice and game sessions, the Girls had an open hour of ice on Friday to strictly demo the equipment and the Boys had their hour on Saturday!

 

Our college hockey recruiting partner, Next College Student Athlete (NCSA), hosted seminars on Saturday for all players to learn the process of becoming a collegiate hockey player and what it takes to succeed on the ice and in the classroom.

 

FRIDAY GAMES:

GAME 1 GIRLS- Team 1 Gray (2) vs Team 2 Red (4)

The weekend kicked off with a great game between the Gray and Red team on Friday evening with Team Red winning the match 4-2. Red was led by goals from Paige Franzen (Chicago Young Americans, 1G), Sophia Monaco (Chicago Mission, 1G), Ella Dawson (Honeybaked, 1G+ 1 A), and Molly Nicoll (Northbrook Blue Hawks- 1G). Team Red saw goals from Lainey Sokol (Honeybaked, 1G) and Madeleine Schiff (Honeybaked, 1G). Piper Obermok (Oakland Jr Grizzlies) played stellar in net only giving up 1 goal on 12 shots.

 

GAME 1 BOYS- Team 1 Black (3) vs Team 2 White (4)

The boys games started with Team White edging out Team Black by a final score of 4-3 after completing the comeback. Team Black took the lead early with two goals by Oliver McKinney
(Chicago Mission, 2G) and another by Xavier Dull (Oakland Jr Grizzlies, 1G). Team White’s comeback was led by Drew Roscoe (Chicago Reapers, 2G + 1A), Jackson Nakfoor (Compuware, 1G + 1A), and Cole Dallman (Belle Tire, 3A). Max Reed (Chicago Reapers) led Team White in the second half by shutting out Team Black making 10 saves.

GAME 2 BOYS- Team 3 Gold (7) vs Team 4 Green (8)

The second boys game on Friday evening was an extremely high scoring game with Team Green beating out Team Gold by a final score of 8-7. Team Green was led on the night by Shayden Kunde (Milwaukee Jr Ads, 2G + 2A), Braeden Rubin (Indy Jr Fuel, 2G + 1A), and Owen Perry (Little Caesars, 2G + 1A). Team Gold’s top performers on Friday were Jaxson Vargas (Belle Tire, 2G), Gabe Cieselski (Chicago Mission, 1G + 1A), and Brock Burch (Madison Capitols, 1G + 1A).

 

SATURDAY GAMES:

GAME 2 GIRLS- Team 1 Gray (2) vs Team 2 Red (3)

After another hard day with an on-ice and off-ice training session, the Girls teams battled Saturday evening with Team Red securing a 3-2 win over Team Gray in a very tight game. Team Red was again led by Ella Dawson (Honeybaked, 1G), Sophia Monaco (Chicago Mission, 1G), and Molly Nicoll (Northbrook Blue Hawks- 1G) who all found the scoresheet again Saturday. Team Gray top performers Saturday evening were Megan Churchill (Belle Tire, 1G) and Emme Evans (Little Caesars, 1G). Kennedy Bostrom (Milwaukee Jr Admirals) had a great night in net stopping 13/14 shots.

GAME 3 BOYS- Team 2 White (7) vs Team 3 Gold (0)

The first boys game on Saturday evening saw Team 2 White dominate Team 3 Gold by a final score of 7-0. Max Reed (Chicago Reapers) posted his second shutout of the weekend stopping all 17 shots he faced. Team 2 White was led on offense by Dominic Yousif (Oakland Jr Grizzlies, 2G + 1 A), Jackson Nakfoor (Compuware, 1G + 1A), Sam Yeager (Colorado Thunderbirds, 1G + 1 A), and Wyatt Finkenkeller (Chicago Reapers, 1G + 1A

GAME 4 BOYS- Team 1 Black (10) vs Team 4 Green (2)

The second boys game Saturday saw twelve total goals with Team 1 Black showing their offensive power by winning the game 10-2. Team 1 Black’s two goalie’s both played very well with Charlie Mentle (AAA Carshield) stopping 13/14 and Greyson Mielock (Little Caesars) stopping 16/17. Team 1 Black’s top performers on the evening were Oliver McKinney (Chicago Mission, 4G + 3A), Camden Hoss (Indy Jr Fuel, 2G + 1A), Chase Novy (Naperville Sabres, 1G + 2 A), and Leo Bencic (Chicago Hawks, 1G + 1A). Both Team 4 Green goals were scored by Shayden Kunde (Milwaukee Jr Ads, 2G) and assisted by Jackson Morrison (Madison Capitols, 2A

 

SUNDAY GAMES:

GAME 3 GIRLS- Team 1 Gray (2) vs Team 2 Red (4)

The final girls game saw Team Red finish the weekend sweep with another 4-2 win over Team Gray. Team Red was led by Amaya Collins (Milwaukee Jr Admirals, 2G), Sophia Monaco
(Chicago Mission, 1G), and Molly Nicoll (Northbrook Bluehawks, 1G). Juliet Drake (CYA Girls) stopped 13/14 on the net and had some great saves down the stretch. Both Team Gray goals were scored by Emme Evans (Little Caesars, 2G).

 

GAME 5 BOYS- Team 1 Black (4) vs Team 3 Gold (3)

The first boys game of the morning was a battle between Team 1 Black and Team 3 Gold that saw Black pull out the late victory, 4-3. Team 1 Black was led by goals from Xavier Dull
(Oakland Jr Grizzlies, 2G), Oliver McKinney (Chicago Mission, 1G), and Harris Vogelgesang (Ohio AAA Blue Jackets, 1G). Team Gold was led on offense by Gabe Cieselski (Chicago Mission, 1G + 2A), Jaxon Vargas (Belle Tire, 1G+ 1A), and Colton Stecchini (New Jersey Rockets, 1G

GAME 6 BOYS- Team 2 White (13) vs Team 4 Green (3)

The final boys game of the weekend saw Team 2 White build off their big Saturday night win and finish the weekend off 3-0 by winning 13-3 over Team 4 Green. Team White’s offense was headed by Sam Yeager (Colorado Thunderbirds, 2G + 2A), Cole Dallman (Belle Tire, 4A), Zach Brennan (Birmingham Rangers, 1G + 3A), Joe Stahnke (Chicago Fury, 1G + 2A), Jackson Nakfoor (Compuware, 2G, and Kelly Honert (Quad City Ice Eagles, 1G + 1A).

 

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