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CCM/USA Hockey All-American Prospects Game Roster Announced

08/31/2016, 10:45am CDT

USA Hockey announced the roster for the CCM/USA Hockey All-American Prospects Game, including 34 players with USHL ties.

2015 CCM/USA Hockey All-American Prospects Game MVP Luke McInnis (Youngstown Phantoms).


USA Hockey announced the 42 players who will compete in the fifth annual CCM/USA Hockey All-American Prospects Game set to take place Sept. 22 at Wells Fargo Center, home of the NHL’s Philadelphia Flyers.




34 players with USHL ties were selected to play in the game. 31 players have already played in USHL games including 20 players from Team USA. 25 players that participated in the contest last year went on to be chosen in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft, including a record 10 first-round selections. All 34 players are currently playing or committed to college hockey.


“This event provides some of the best U.S. players eligible for next year’s NHL Draft the opportunity to showcase their talent on a national stage,” said Jim Johannson, USA Hockey’s assistant executive director of hockey operations. “With input from NHL Central Scouting, this game will feature future stars of the NHL and we’re thrilled to be working with the Philadelphia Flyers to host this game as part of their 50th anniversary.”


Philadelphia selected two USHL players in the 2016 NHL Draft: Wade Allison (Tri-City Storm) and Tanner Laczynski (Lincoln Stars). Laczynski previously skated in the 2014 CCM/USA Hockey All-American Prospects Game.


Complete USHL player listing below:

Name USHL Team Position Hometown Current NCAA Team/College Commitment
Jake Oettinger Team USA G Lakeville, MN Boston University (Current)
Keith Petruzzelli Muskegon Lumberjacks G Wilbraham, MA Quinnipiac University
Cayden Primeau Lincoln Stars G Voorhees, NJ Northeastern University
Adam Scheel Team USA G Lakewood, OH University of Notre Dame
Mike Anderson Waterloo Black Hawks D Roseville, MN University of Minnesota Duluth
Ronald Brickey Muskegon Lumberjacks D Burtchville, MI Western Michigan University
David Farrance Team USA D Victor, NY Boston University
Max Gildon Team USA D Plano, TX University of Wisconsin
Phil Kemp Team USA D Greenwich, CT Brown University
Nate Knoepke Team USA D Farmington, MN University of Minnesota
Tyler Inamoto Team USA D Lake Barrington, IL University of Wisconsin
Josh Maniscalco Team USA D Perkiomenville, PA University of Minnesota
Luke Martin Team USA D St. Louis, MO University of Michigan (Current)
Tom Miller Team USA D West Bloomfield, MI Michigan State University
Ben Mirageas Bloomington Thunder D Newburyport, MA Providence College
Clayton Phillips Fargo Force D Edina, MN University of Minnesota
Jack Rathbone Youngstown Phantoms D West Roxbury, MA Harvard University
Reilly Walsh Chicago Steel D Andover, NH Harvard University
Evan Barratt Team USA F Morrisville, PA Penn State University
Logan Cockerill Team USA F Brighton, MI Boston University
Sean Dhooghe Team USA F Aurora, IL University of Wisconsin
Logan Hutsko Team USA F North Caldwell, NJ Boston College
Patrick Khodorenko Team USA F Walnut Creek, CA Michigan State University (Current)
Brannon McManus Omaha Lancers F Newport Beach, CA University of Minnesota
Mick Messner Madison Capitols F Madison, WI University of Wisconsin
Matt Miller Sioux City Musketeers F Leo, IN Michigan State University
Grant Mismash Team USA F Edina, MN University of North Dakota
Casey Mittelstadt Green Bay Gamblers F Eden Prarie, MN University of Minnesota
RJ Murphy Dubuque Fighting Saints F Needham, MA Harvard University
Josh Norris Team USA F Oxford, MI University of Michigan
Michael Pastujov Team USA F Bradenton, FL University of Michigan
Ryan Poehling Lincoln Stars F Lakeville, MN St. Cloud State University (Current)
Scott Reedy Team USA F Prior Lake, MN University of Minnesota
Jacob Tortora Team USA F Victor, NY Boston College


Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, the USHL celebrates its 15th season as the nation's only Tier I junior hockey league in 2016-17.  30 or more players from the USHL have been selected in four consecutive NHL Drafts,  and more than 400 players on team rosters last season committed to NCAA Division I schools, further establishing the USHL as the world’s foremost producer of junior hockey talent.

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