Tier 3 Junior Hockey Top Performers: Week 26
February 29, 2016
Patrick McLaughlin, Ryan Flanagan, Connor Landrigan, Anthony Flores and Drake Cole Take Honors
Patrick McLaughlin, G, 1996, Brewster Bulldogs
Brewster Bulldogs Goaltender Patrick McLaughlin closed out the 2015-16 regular season with 2 wins, including his first season shutout. Whats more incredible is the 5'11 170lb netminder earned 6 assists in the Bulldogs 9-0 victory over the Philadelphia Revolution. The 6 assists makes McLaughlin one of only eight players this season to log six or more assists in a single game and the only goaltender to achieve the feat.
*The gamesheet for this game was incorrect in giving 6 assists to McLaughlin, only one is accurate.
Ryan Flanagan, F, 1997, Wilkes Barre Miners
Through two weekend games Wilkes Barre Miners Forward Ryan Flanagan logged 6 goals and 5 assists for 11 points. With 65 points on the season, the 5'11 180lb Forward ranks in the Top 55 of all Tier 3 Junior Hockey skaters.
Connor Landrigan, F, 1996, Wilkes Barre Miners
Through two weekend games Wilkes Barre Miners Forward Connor Landrigan earned 4 goals and 6 assists for 10 points. On a five game point streak, the 6'0 180lb skater earned 40 points through 21 games with the Miners. With points in 17 games including 10 multi point efforts, Ladrigan had statistically his best effort on February 28th where he earned a season high 6 points including his first season hat trick.
Anthony Flores, F, 1996, Breckenridge Bucks
Breckenridge Bucks Forward Anthony Flores logged 3 goals and 7 assists for 10 points in two weekend games. The 5'8 165lb Illinois native assisted the Bucks in a two game sweep of the Glacier Yetis, advancing to round 2 of the RMJHL inaugural season playoffs.
Drake Cole, F, Breckenridge Bucks
Continuing his point streak to 6 games, Breckenridge Bucks Forward Drake Cole logged 8 goals and 2 assists for 10 points in two weekend games. Cole earned a remarkable 45 points through 16 games in a Bucks jersey, averaging 2.8 points per game during that span. Cole began the season with 20 games on the Glacier Yetis roster and at the end of the regular season had earned a combined 68 points, placing himself in the top 50 points leaders across all Tier 3. To date, Cole registered 8 hat tricks through 36 games.