A Look at 1996's: Andrews, Teske and Brickman
Forward Johnny Andrews returns to the Boston Jr Rangers for a 2nd season. The 5'11 208lb Massachusetts native advanced to the teams Premier squad for the 2016-17 season after logging 32 goals and 56 asssist for 88 points through 40 games with the Rangers Elite squad in 2015-16, as well as an additional 12 points in 4 playoff games. Currently averaging 1.3 points per game, Andrews registered 11 goals and 17 assists through 21 games. With 9 points coming off the power play, 3 game winners and a hat trick on November 6th, Andrews has contributed to 58% of the Rangers season goals.
Sean Teske, D, Dells Ducks
Defenseman Sean Teske returned to the Dells Ducks for his third season with the team on Saturday December 3rd. The 5'7 161lb Wisconsin native made an immediate impact, registering 3 assists in his first game back. Teske defended the blue line for the Ducks in both their 2014/15 and 2015/16 Championship Seasons. The Ducks averaged 2.52 goals allowed per game through the first 19 games of the 2016-17 season, but in the two games since Teske's return allowed only one. With 5 of the Ducks 8 losses on the season coming from a single goal, the addition of Teske may help add a few more games to the win column.
Aaron Brickman, G, New Jersey Rockets
Goaltender Aaron Brickman has made the most of his limited time between the pipes for the New Jersey Rockets this season. In his third and final season playing at the Tier 3 Junior Hockey level, Brickman is undefeated through 4 games while earning a 1.74 gaa and .946 save percent. The 6'1 195lb Missouri native allowed a combined 8 goals on 147 shots faced while playing at the EHL Premier level.