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    USHL Spotlight

    • USHL At The Top Of The World

    • 07/30/2015, 12:15pm CDT , By USHL
    • No junior league in the world had more NHL Draft picks in 2015 than the USHL. Read about the success story and what to expect for the future.
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    CCM Players of the Week

    CCM Forward of the Week

    04/13/2015, 3:30pm CDT
    By USHL

    Kieffer Bellows, Team USA

    Kieffer Bellows – Team USA

    1GP: 3 goals, 1 assist, +2 rating


    Bellows tallied a hat trick and dished out an assist in his first game with Team USA. Bellows, 2015 USHL Rookie of the Year, is coming of a record season for a 16-year old USHL rookie in which he scored 33 goals with the Sioux Falls Stampede. Now skating for Team USA, Bellows notched the eventual game-winning goal seven minutes into the third period. Bellows is a native of Edina, Minnesota and previously played for the Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL) and Edina High School (USHS). Bellows is committed to play college hockey at Boston University.

    CCM Defenseman of the Week

    04/13/2015, 3:15pm CDT
    By USHL

    John Marino, Tri-City Storm

    John Marino – Tri-City Storm

    1 GP: 0 goals, 3 assists, +3 rating


    Marino dished out three assists in his USHL debut with the Tri-City Storm, a 5-1 win over rival Omaha Lancers. Marino, a 2015 NHL Draft pick of the Edmonton Oilers, assisted on back-to-back goals in the first period. His third and final assist came on a Jake Wahlin tally to seal the win for the Storm. Marino previously played for the South Shore Kings (USPHL) and is committed to play college hockey at Harvard University. Marino is a native of Brockton, MA.

    CCM Goaltender of the Week

    04/13/2015, 3:00pm CDT
    By USHL

    Joey Daccord, Muskegon Lumberjacks

    Joey Daccord – Muskegon Lumberjacks

    1 GP: 1-0-0, 1.19 GAA, .933 SV%


    Daccord earned the win in his USHL debut with the Muskegon Lumberjacks, a 3-2 SO win. Daccord, a 2015 NHL Draft pick of the Ottawa Senators, stopped 28 shots, including a 17-shot onslaught in the second period. Daccord was perfect through 50 minutes of play, and battled through the overtime period to reach a shootout where he stonewalled all five Waterloo attempts. Daccord previously played for Cushing Academy (USHS) and North Andover High School (USHS), and is committed to play college hockey at Arizona State University.