With the world on its toes regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19), the US remains relatively unfazed at the moment. Although some sports … More
It was a busy week around the USHL. We had a deadline trade, a college commitment, playoff format changes, and … More
Your weekly USHL recap is ready. Check it out over a cup of coffee or when taking a break on the porcelain throne.
Each edition of the USHL recap, there’s new information announced to keep you in the know! Last week, the USHL announced a partnership to improve player health data, a new general manager was announced, summer camp dates were released, and there were games to be played.
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Every year, snow is guaranteed to fall in the colder parts of the world. On rare occasions, snow can also fall in areas where it would be unusual. The amount of snowfall varies from year to year.
Last week was relatively quiet on the USHL news front. The leaderboard remained the same as did every team’s roster. However, there are always new players of the week and changes to the top scorer, assist man, and goalies.
There was some big news this past week in the USHL besides the release of players of the week, transactions and new hirings. The NHL Central Scouting announced its Midterm Rankings for the 2020 NHL Draft.
There is something about snow in winter that generates a special buzz. A buzz that may resemble that of a honey bee on a gorgeous summer day, the buzz of an upcoming sporting event that has fans in the city buzzing with excitement, or maybe it’s the buzz from the heater on a cold, snowy day going at full throttle to keep one warm and toasty inside.
We’re two weeks into January and if you’re like me, you’re wondering where the snow is. It just doesn’t feel like winter without snow.