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    • 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

    Ludvig Hoff, Lincoln Stars


    Forward: Ludvig Hoff – Lincoln Stars

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


    Hoff tallied two goals in Lincoln’s lone contest over the weekend, placing the 18-year old forward alone at the top of the USHL’s goal-scoring leaders. The Oslo, Norway native is currently on a 3-game goal-scoring streak. Last season Hoff had 32 points (16-16-32) for the Stars in 54 games. Currently, Hoff has 6 points (4-2-6) in three games for Lincoln. Hoff previously played for Hasle/Loren U17 (Norway U17), and has played for Norway’s World Junior Championship U18 and U20 teams. Hoff is currently uncommitted.

    CCM Defenseman of the Week

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

    Luke McInnis, Youngstown Phantoms


    Defenseman: Luke McInnis – Youngstown Phantoms

    2GP: 1 goal, 1 assist, +7 rating


    McInnis had a big night in Friday’s 5-1 win, as the defenseman scored a goal and an assist to accompany his +5 rating. The goal put Youngstown up 1-0 early in the first. The 2016 NHL Draft eligible defenseman would add an assist on Yushiroh Hirano’s first USHL goal. The Hingham, MA native is currently committed to Boston College University and previously played for Dexter Academy (USHS). McInnis is the son of former NHL forward Marty McInnis, and previously won the CCM/USA Hockey All-American Prospects Game MVP award after scoring the game-winning goal.

    CCM Goaltender of the Week

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

    Jake Kielly, Tri-City Storm


    Goaltender: Jake Kielly – Tri-City Storm

    1GP: 1-0-0, 0.00 GAA, 1.000 SV%


    Kielly earned the win in his USHL debut by stopping all 31 saves he faced. The Eden Prairie, MN native kept Tri-City in the game after stopping all 21 shots in the first two periods, keeping the game tied at 0-0. Kielly and the Storm were also able to kill both power play opportunities. The uncommitted goaltender previously played for the Austin Bruins (NAHL), Victory Honda (T1EHL) and Eden Prairie High School (USHS).