- Chase Berge (94MM) Penn St. - Jessica Dunne (96 LB) Ohio St.
- Clark Kuster (95 MM) St. Cloud - Alex Jasiek (96MM) Dartmouth
- Luke Kunin (97mm) Wiconsin - Matthew Tkachuk (97mm) Norte Dame
Wideman (90 MM) named CCM/AHL Player of the Week and CCM/AHL Player of the Month
November 3, 2014
highlights of Chris on: http://theahl.com/october-monthly-award-winners-named-p194537
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. ... The American Hockey League announced today that Binghamton Senators defenseman Chris Wideman has been selected as the CCM/AHL Player of the Week for the period ending Nov. 2, 2014 and the month of October.
Wideman scored four goals and tallied one assist for five points in three games last week for the Senators.
On Wednesday night, Wideman scored a goal and recorded a game-high five shots in Binghamton’s 3-2 loss to Utica. He came back on Friday with two power-play goals – one in overtime – as the Senators defeated the Comets, 4-3, in the completion of their home-and-home set. And on Saturday, Wideman led Binghamton’s offense again with a goal, an assist and five more shots in a 6-3 loss to Syracuse.
Wideman now has points in nine consecutive games, including goals in four straight, and ranks second in the entire AHL in goals (7) and points (13) through 10 contests. A fourth-round pick by Ottawa in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft, Wideman is in his third professional season and has totaled 18 goals and 64 assists for 82 points in 143 career AHL games with Binghamton. The 24-year-old native of St. Louis, Mo., played four seasons at Miami University before turning pro in 2012.
In recognition of his achievement, Wideman will be presented with an etched crystal award prior to an upcoming Senators home game.
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We wish the players and coaching staff continued success.
John and Philip have taken two different career paths since leaving St. Louis. John received a scholarship to the University of Wisconsin (WCHA), where in his freshman season, he has competed in 18 games, recording seven points (two goals, five assists) and 14 penalty minutes.
Philip chose Major Juniors with the London Knights (OHL), where this season he has appeared in 31 games, recording 34 points (ten goals, 24 assists) and 41 penalty minutes.
The selection to the US World Junior Team represents multiple international appearances for both players with the USA program.
Date Opponent Location Time (ET)
Dec. 26 Slovakia Saskatoon 8 p.m.
Dec. 27 Switzerland Saskatoon 4 p.m.
Dec. 29 Latvia Saskatoon 4 p.m.
Dec. 31 Canada Saskatoon 8 p.m.
Jan. 2 Quarterfinals Saskatoon TBA
Jan. 3 Semifinal Saskatoon TBA
Jan. 5 Bronze/Gold Saskatoon TBA
Chris Wideman and the RedHawks will be bidding for a second consecutive Frozen Four appearance......click on picture for story.
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Brian is the third player from this year’s Midget Major team that has received Division I commitments (Alex Wideman-Miami & Jack Berger-Princeton). Like Alex and Jack, Brian had an opportunity to move up to an USHL team (Sioux City) but elected to remain at home and play for the Midget Major team. Brian was subsequently taken in this year’s futures draft by Green Bay and played two games with them this season against Sioux Falls and Sioux City.
Brian, like his teammates, has demonstrated that he not only has the skill but the dedication and work ethic that is required to play at the next level. We are proud that Brian chose the Midget Major team to continue his development.
Brian is a senior honor student at Rockwood Summit and looks to pursue a degree in either Architectural Engineering or International Business while attending UNO
Congratulations and continued success
Congratulations and continued success!!!
David accepted a full scholarship to the Air Force Academy beginning the fall of 2009. David exemplifies the motto “Improvise, Adapt & Overcome”. When he left the Midget team after the 06/07 season to play for Fargo (NAHL), he suffered a season ending injury, requiring reconstructive surgery. David approached his recovery with the same hard work and dedication he followed when playing and was not discouraged knowing he would have to start over to prove himself.
David secured a position as the starting goal tender for the Bismarck Bobcats (NAHL) where he has earned honors as the GDI/NAHL Goalie of the Week and is consistently amongst the top goaltenders in the NAHL (GAA. 1.88, SV% .931). As an organization we take pride in not only having great athletes but great people and to witness them attain their goals is extremely rewarding:
“Our staff is thrilled you have accepted our scholarship offer and have decided to become a Falcon, you were the goalie we most wanted but equally as important to us, you were the person we most wanted!”
Frank D, Serratore
United States Air Force Academy
Good Luck and continued success
Jack is a dedicated and talented individual both on and off the ice. Jack is a senior at St. Louis University High School and with academics a priority he excels in the classroom. Jack aspired to attend Princeton and play hockey, and shortly after the Midget team returned from the Detroit showcase he was contacted and offered the commitment for 2010.
Jack is a talented hockey player whose work ethic and dedication brings his play to another level. Jack constantly pushes himself to compete at a level exceeding that of his opponent and will be a welcome addition to the Princeton program
Jack is the second player from this year's midget major team that has received a commitment to play Division I hockey and we pledge to continue to afford players an environment to delvelope and showcase their skills.
Receives full scholarship to Niagara University
After leaving the Midget Major team Sam spent last year with the Texas Tornado (NAHL) and was to play the 2008/2009 season for Sioux Falls (USHL)however Niagara offered Sam a scholarship starting this Fall.
Congratulations and continued success.
Alex received a verbal commitment this week for a full scholarship at Miami University beginning the fall of 2010. Alex’s dedication and hard work, both on and off the ice, has made this achievement possible. Alex took advantage of the environment and exposure on the Midget Major Team and availed himself of the other developmental venues offered in the St. Louis area
Alex is not only the youngest St. Louis player to receive a verbal commitment for a D-I scholarship but he became the second to achieve this goal while remaining at home and playing Tier I Midget Major Hockey.
The NTDP also selected Alex to participate on the US National U-18 team in Europe this August.
Congratulations and continued success!!!
Congratulations to the St. Louis Bandits, players, coaching staff and fans on the Bandits second consecutive Robertson Cup Championship.
good luck with the Boston Bruins
good luck with the St. Louis Blues