USPHL Premier Players Of The Week: South Region

Games of Dec. 13-19

Summaries By Joshua Boyd /


Florida Division 

Forward: Collin Patterson, Florida Eels

Patterson racked up six goals and added one assist during the USPHL Florida College Showcase, which saw him stand with the longest scoring streak in a tie with Fresno’s Christopher Miraldo. In 22 games, Patterson has posted a 19-16-35 line. 


Defense: Anton Egle, Palm Beach Typhoon 

Egle was an absolute weapon from the blue line for the Typhoon, who went 3-1 at the USPHL Florida College Showcase. He posted seven goals and added three assists for 10 points, improving his points total to 15 through 19 contests. 


Goaltender: Victor Appleqvist, Palm Beach Typhoon

Appleqvist stopped 75 of 79 shots in his two wins, including a 50-save performance on 51 shots against the Nashville Spartans. He then went on to stop 25 of 28 to beat Hampton Roads on Dec. 19. He is 4-4-1-0 with a .921 save percentage on the season. 


Southeast Division 

Forward: Siamion Marshchanok, Potomac Patriots 

One half of a twin brother duo, Marshchanok was all over each of the Pats’ four opponents in Estero, Fla. He racked up five goals and six assists for 11 points at the showcase. He has not missed scoring in any one of his nine games since joining the team with twin brother Matsvei in early November. His nine-game scoring streak shows a line of 9-12-21. 


Defense: Cam Perez, Charlotte Rush

Perez helped the Rush go 4-0 at the USPHL Florida College Showcase, and posted six assists over the four-game run, including three in the opener against Tampa. Defensively, he finished with a +3 and blocked two shots over his showcase run. 


Goaltender: Devin Stephens, Charlotte Rush

Stephens, still new to the Rush having played in just five games, went 3-0 at the USPHL Florida College Showcase. He stopped 60 of 63 shots over the course of the event, and shut out the Florida Jr. Blades making 24 saves in the process.