Joel Farabee (LW)

Team USA

29 GP: 12 goals, 11 assists

14. Team USA

22-30-1-2, Last Poll: 15

 

The U18s have been outstanding recently, as they are 9-1-0-0 in their last 10 USHL games. Joel Farabee had eight points (4G, 4A) in seven games in March while playing with the U18s and is currently tied for fifth on the team with 23 points (12G, 11A). Grant Mismash is now sporting a 14-game point streak in USHL competition and was the team’s leading scorer in March with 11 points (2G, 9A) in seven games. Josh Norris was right behind the North Dakota commit with 10 points of his own (5G, 5A) in March. Norris is tied for the team lead in scoring with 26 points (12G, 14A) along with defenseman Quinn Hughes who had six points (2G, 4A) in March. The U17s will play series in Fargo and Youngstown to end their season, while the U18s will play in Muskegon on April 1 in their final USHL game of the season.

 

13. Madison Capitols

22-29-1-3, Last Poll: 13

 

Defenseman Cole Hults had himself quite the month in March. He became the Capitols leading scorer thanks to seven points (1G, 6A) in 10 games, giving him 31 points (6G, 25A) in 54 games this season. The Stoughton, WI native also announced his commitment to play college hockey at Penn State University. Dryden McKay continues to excel between the pipes, as he is tied for fifth among all USHL goaltenders in SV% (.918). The Holy Cross commit has been busy as well, stopping at least 25 shots in four of his last six starts. Madison will finish the season with five games against Eastern Conference opponents, two of which that will be against in-state rival Green Bay.