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USPHL Premier Players Of The Month – November 2022: Great Lakes Division

(Summaries by Lexi Obrycki)

Forwards
Andreas Fleutot: Metro Jets
With his second season on the Metro Jets, Fleutot (’02/Sallanches, France) is absolutely lighting up the division. In eight games played, he had 10 goals and seven assists for an astounding 17 points. Fleutot was on a goal streak at the beginning of the month scoring eight goals in four games. As Matt Prieur, play-by-play voice of the Jets, would say, “bonjour, Fleutot famille!”

Alex Schaumburger, Metro Jets
One of the all-time Jets greats, Schaumburger (’02/Canton, Mich.) is helping lead the Metro Jets in his third season with the Jets. He posted four goals and nine assists, giving him 14 points in seven games. He is currently leading the team in assists and making sure to make things happen on the offensive end for Metro. He has 133 points in 93 career games with the Jets – and always counting!

Nicklas Millhorn, Toledo Cherokee
Millhorn (’02/Brownstown, Mich.) is continuing his offensive success this season. Last month he had eight goals and five assists for 13 points in seven games played. Millhorn is currently leading the Cherokee in goals (23) and points (39) this season. As Toledo sits first place in their division, a lot of their offensive success comes from Millhorn. For his career, he’s at 87 points in 61 contests with the Cherokee.

 

Defensemen
Dominik McNamara, Toledo Cherokee
Third-year veteran defenseman McNamara (’02/Gibraltar, Mich.) has been proving his reliability for Toledo. McNamara has significantly improved his offensive abilities, having scored six goals and getting six for 12 points in seven November games. As the leading goal-scorer for defenseman on the team, he continues to find a way to create opportunities. He was also a +8 and registered seven hits last month.

 

David MacDonald, Columbus Mavericks
MacDonald (’03/Florence, Ky.) has really shown what a difference he can make for this Columbus Mavericks team. In the seven games he played in last month, he was a +2 defensively and had two goals and five assists which helped him double his total for the year. When looking at the team stats, MacDonald sits at the top of the Mavs defenseman leaderboard in goals (three, tied), assists (eight) and points (11).

 

Goaltender

Rocco Stolz, Metro Jets

Stolz (’04/Denver, Colo.) is in his first year for the Metro Jets but he has shown that he’s more than a reliable choice in net. Last month Stolz played in three games with a save percentage of .962, including a 21-save against the Mavericks. He stopped 50 of 52 shots, won all three of the games. He remains 4-0 and has not given up more than one goal in any of his appearances.

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