Oct. 12, 2023
Games of Oct. 3-9, 2023
Forward: Filip Tomiczek, Elmira Impact
Tomiczek (‘04/Trinec, Czechia) played briefly with Elmira last year and this is his first full season so far, in which he’s posted 19 points through his first eight games. He racked up six goals and five assists during the Impact’s trip to the Hitmen Classic, culminating in a 3-3-6 performance against the Brooklyn Aviators in his final game in Wayne.
Defense: Hunter Scanlon, Connecticut Jr. Rangers
The Jr. Rangers swept through the Hitmen Classic, winning all four games under new Head Coach Mike Stanaway. One of Stanaway’s standbys from his previous team joined up with the Rangers and the All-Star Scanlon has come as advertised. He posted three goals and five assists for eight points during the Hitmen Classic and he sports a total of 118 points in 89 career Premier games.
Goaltender: Adrian Lamp, Connecticut Jr. Rangers
Lamp (‘05/Wien, Austria) won all three of his starts for the Jr. Rangers as he continues a strong first North American season. At the Hitmen Classic, Lamp stopped 59 of the 62 shots he faced, giving up goals only to Nationals staples the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights in a 5-3 win. He also shut out both the Elmira Impact (20 saves) and Wisconsin Rapids Riverkings (21 saves). All told, he ended the weekend with a 1.00 GAA and .952 save percentage as well as two of his three shutouts so far.
New England Division
Forward: Remi Dionne, College Universel Gatineau
Dionne (‘04/Baie-Comeau, Que.) enjoyed a fantastic four-game showing during Universel’s trip to New Jersey for the Hitmen Classic. He put up five goals and three assists for eight points in just the four games. He started out on Oct. 6 with a four-goal effort against the Jersey Hitmen and later had a goal and an assist against the Elmira Impact. Overall, Dionne has scored 18 points in his first 11 USPHL Premier games.
Defense: Brady Bomal, Northern Cyclones
The two-year Elite Cyclones alumni has made a great first impression at the USPHL Premier level. Bomal (‘03/Westford, Mass.) put in two goals and two assists for four points during the Cyclones’ 5-1 win against Springfield – in which he scored the GWG – and their 5-0 win against South Shore. He has scored five points in his first four Premier games.
Goaltender: Matthew Dore, South Shore Kings
Dore (‘04/Dartmouth, Mass.) made his first junior victory a great one, as he stopped 35 of 37 shots the Junior Bruins fired upon him over 65 minutes during an Oct. 4 3-2 shootout win. In the 1v1 session, he stopped six of the Junior Bruins’ seven shooters to help secure the victory.