Week of Nov. 10, 2022
Summaries By Joshua Boyd
Forward: Matt Hamacher, Richmond Generals
Hamacher (‘03/Corona, Calif.) was all over the rival Charlotte Rush in a sweep weekend for the Generals, first posting two goals – including the regulation GWG – in a 4-3 win. He added another 2-1-3 in the Gens’ 7-3 win on Sunday.
Defense: Kameron Williams, Richmond Generals
Fresh off a September and October that saw him named as a Southeast Defenseman of the Month, Williams (‘02/Clarks Summit, Pa.) kept up his outstanding play and leadership for the Generals during their sweep of Charlotte. He posted a goal and two assists and was a team-leading +3 over the weekend for his squad.
Goaltender: Elias Algotsson Holm, Potomac Patriots
The ‘02 from Sweden is having himself a heck of a first North American season, standing currently with a five-game winning streak going back to September. Recently, he stopped all 29 shots he faced from the Hampton Roads Whalers on Nov. 5 for his first shutout in the USPHL and on this continent.
Forward: Jacob Duhaime, Tampa Bay Juniors
The ‘04 out of Ellenton, Fla., and a former Manatee High School standout, picked up a pair of goals and an assist over the Florida Jr. Blades on Nov. 5 to help lead the Juniors to one of two of their weekend wins against the Jr. Blades. Duhaime was a USPHL Elite Florida Division All-Star last year, so he is a great example of #USPHLAdvancement In Action!
Defense: Eoin Reager, Atlanta MadHatters
Another former Elite All-Star who is highlighting #USPHLAdvancement In Action, Reager (‘03/Foxborough, Mass.) has made a great new home for himself with the MadHatters, where he had two assists during their three-game series with the Florida Eels. With nine points in 15 games with Atlanta, he is the team’s second high-scoring defenseman behind lifelong Atlanta player Owen Larson.
Goaltender: Brian Brady, Columbia Infantry
Brady (‘03/Jupiter, Fla.) joined the Infantry this year from the Charlotte Rush and was massive in net for his team in their Nov. 6 win against the Palm Beach Typhoon. He stopped 50 of 51 saves, a career-best performance going back to his first USPHL Elite season with Charlotte in 2019-20.