OJHL Names Muskies Captain Dean Klomp "Most Gentlemanly Player."
The Lindsay Muskies are very proud to announce that captain Dean Klomp was named "Most Gentlemanly Player" by the Ontario Junior Hockey League.
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HURRICANES 6 MUSKIES 3 ROUND #2 GAME #4 Mar 19, 2013
The Lindsay Muskies playoff run came to an end on Tuesday night as they were defeated 6-3 by the Newmarket Hurricanes in Lindsay, ending the best of seven series.
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United Way Skate with the Muskies
Here's some of the action from the skate with the Muskies that took place on Feb 18th.
Pelletier Commits to Norwich
Special Report By Craig Schroter:
The Lindsay Muskies are excited to announce that forward William Pelletier has recently committed to Norwich University.
An excited Pelletier told me by text this week that he will be studying business and management while playing hockey for the NCAA Division III Norwich Cadets next season.
“Its exciting news that William Pelletier has committed to Norwich University, who is currently ranked number 1 in NCAA Division 3 hockey. They are getting a great player to add to their rich tradition”, says Muskies Coach Paul Mattucci.
“William has been a great addition to our club. He has brought an advanced knowledge of the game. He sees things develop that other players at this level are unable to process. Add to that a great work ethic and high compete level and you have a player that will be successful at Norwich University.”
William hails from Saint-Jean Chrysosthome, Quebec, and played at St. Lawrence College in Quebec before coming to Lindsay earlier this season.
Says Norwich coach Mike McShane, “We’re very excited that William has committed to us. We know he will be a big contributor.”
Norwich University is located in Northfield, Vermont, and was founded in 1819 as the first military college in the United States.
Jake Taylor to Play at Brockport State
Special Report By Craig Schroter:
The Lindsay Muskies are proud to announce that forward Jake Taylor has accepted a spot at The College at Brockport State University in Brockport, New York. Jake will be suiting up for the Brockport Golden Eagles who are an NCAA Division III three team who compete in the tough Sunyac Conference.
In an email Jake tells me that although he has not quite made up his mind exactly which courses he will be enrolling in, he has narrowed down the selection a lot and expects to have made some decisions by the end of the week.
In the meantime the 20 year old Port Perry native is concentrating on being healed up enough to be ready for a Muskies playoff run.
"I'm really happy for Jake”, says Muskies Head Coach Paul Mattucci. “I began coaching Jake when he was a 17 year old in Peterborough. I was happy to bring him to Lindsay as he fit the mold of what we look for in players. Hard work, dedication and team first attitude. He's had a lot of hard luck this season with a broken bone in his foot on two separate occasions, so it is great to see him get rewarded regardless of his injuries. We met last week and the only thing on his mind was to be back for playoffs to help our team win, which is exactly the type of person I've come to know in Jake".
The school is located in upstate New York, just west of Rochester. Founded in 1835, the school consists of 67 buildings situated on a 464 acre campus.
“We are very happy to have Jake joining us next year”, says Nick Unger, Assistant Coach of the Brockport squad. “He is a terrific young man and will be a great addition to our team. He is the type of player we are looking for to take Brockport to the next level.”