USPHL Premier Players Of The Week: South Region

Week of Nov. 15-22


Florida Division 

Forward: A.J. Beugen, Tampa Bay Juniors 

Second-year Junior Beugen (‘02/Hanover, Minn.) put together an impressive weekend, playing tough on both sides of the puck, including putting in a goal and an assist during the Juniors’ 5-2 win against the Atlanta MadHatters to kick off a three-game weekend. In his two seasons with Tampa Bay, he has 36 points in 61 games. 


Defense: Eoin Reager, Atlanta MadHatters

The former Elite All-Star Reager (‘03/Foxborough, Mass.) continues to impress in his first Premier season, posting a goal and two assists in three games against the Tampa Bay Juniors, including two wins. Reager has racked up a 4-8-12 line in 20 games with the MadHatters thus far. 


Goaltender: Duncan Rolleman, Florida Eels

Rolleman (‘02/New Hamburg, Ont.) registered his second shutout of the season, stopping all 18 Florida Jr. Blades shots in a Nov. 17 6-0 win. Rolleman now has 22 wins (off a 22-5-1-2 record) in just 31 career USPHL Premier games. He remains undefeated in regulation this year at 7-0-1-1, one of nine goalies league-wide to have the same honor through at least seven appearances. 


Southeast Division 

Forward: Niko Schoner, Nashville Spartans

The Spartans are enjoying a nice 4-0 winning streak, tied for best active W run in the division with the Richmond Generals. They won all three of their games last weekend against the visiting Jersey Hitmen, in part thanks to the efforts of Schoner (‘02/Bloomingdale, Ill.), who spread five goals and four assists for nine points across the three games. With 31 points in 16 games, he’s only missed the scoresheet twice this year. 


Defense: Chase Wainman, Carolina Jr. Hurricanes 

Wainman (‘02/Las Vegas, Nev.) was the leader in many ways for the Jr. Canes in their visit to Charlotte for the Carolina Cup. He was on the ice the most, putting up 21:06 in ice time, he scored the team’s only goal and exited the 5-1 defeated with a +1 rating. Overall, Wainman has a 2-4-6 line in 20 games in his first full USPHL Premier season. 


Goaltender: Tobias Iglovsky, Potomac Patriots 

An ‘03 goalie out of Slovakia, Iglovsky put together a fantastic 29-save effort on 31 shots to help his Patriots defeat the Hampton Roads Whalers in a close 3-2 shootout decision. Iglovsky stands with an 8-2-1-0 record, a 2.32 goals against average and a .932 save percentage on the season.