Linus Weissbach (LW)

Tri-City Storm

46 GP: 17 goals, 25 assists

14. Tri-City Storm

16-24-5-2, Last Poll: 13


Linus Weissbach led the way for the Storm in February with nine points (6G, 3A) in nine games. The Swedish forward also announced his commitment to play college hockey at the University of Wisconsin. He currently leads Tri-City in scoring with 42 points (17G, 25A) in 46 games. Adam Goodsir continues to put together a solid rookie season, as he is fifth among USHL rookies with 21 points (13G, 8A). Goodsir has been lethal on the power play as well, scoring six times while on the man advantage, which is third among USHL rookies. It was also a month of firsts for Tri-City. Eric Dop picked up his first career shutout for the Storm in February and, despite having only 18 games played, is in the top-20 among all USHL goaltenders in GAA. Blais Richartz debuted for the Storm late in February and picked up his first career USHL goal in his first career USHL game. Tri-City will play six of their nine games in March at home in the Viaero Center.


13. Madison Capitols

19-24-1-1, Last Poll: 15


Madison native and University of Wisconsin commit Mick Messner went on a tear in February, tallying nine points (5G, 4A) in nine games. He tallied a pair of consecutive overtime winning goals on Feb. 10 and 11, and picked up the primary assist on the Capitols’ overtime winner on Feb. 12. Messner has brought a balanced offensive attack this season, with 22 points (11G, 11A) on the year. Dryden McKay continues to excel between the pipes, as the Holy Cross commit sits with a 2.69 GAA and .919 SV%, which is tied for fifth among all USHL goaltenders. Madison will have a five-game home stretch from March 5 through March 18 before going on the road for four straight games from March 19 through March 31.