Alumni Report: Jan 9 – Jan 16

Jan 18, 2018

By Mason Lyttle (@MasonLyttle) | Jan 18, 2018 | 2:52pm

The Jets’ Alumni Report is a new series on that tracks our alumni performances in the USHL, college, and pro ranks. This is a series more focused on terse statlines than synopses of play, but we will pause for elaboration on awards or accolades. 


Tue Jan 9
Harvard (T 2-2 @ Rensselaer)
F Jake Horton — 1G-1A—2PTS

Fri Jan 12
Atlantic Hockey
Bentley (T 3-3 @ Army)
F Drew Callin — 1A

Dartmouth (W 4-3 vs. Quinnipiac)
F Shane Sellar — 1A

Hockey East
Maine (L 5-3 @ Northeastern) 
F Mitch Fossier — 2A

Alaska-Anchorage (L 4-2 vs. Alabama-Huntsville) 
F Nicholas Erb-Ekholm — 1G

Miami (L 11-7 @ Omaha) 
D Grant Hutton — 3A

Western Michigan (W 7-5 @ St. Cloud State) 
F Dawson DiPietro — 2A

Sat Jan 13
Dartmouth (L 6-3 vs. Princeton) 
F Shane Sellar — 1A

Cornell (W 3-1 @ Brown)
F Alec McCrea — 1A

Maine (L 5-3 vs. Northeastern) 
F Mitch Fossier — 1G-1A—2PTS

Northeastern (W 5-3 @ Maine) 
F Zach Solow — 1A

Miami (L 4-3 @ Omaha) 
D Grant Hutton — 1A

Western Michigan (L 4-3 @ St. Cloud State)
F Dawson DiPietro — 1G-1A—2PTS


Mitch Fossier Nominated for 2018 Hobey Baker


The annual fan ballot contribution to help determine the winner of the 2018 Hobey Baker Award is now available online.

College hockey fans can cast their vote by going to Follow the prompts to make your selection from the group of 74 players representing 46 NCAA Division I schools.

This first phase of fan balloting will run now through March 4, 2018. Phase two of fan balloting will begin on March 14 from the list of Top Ten Hobey Baker finalists and will close March 25.

The fans’ vote accounts for a full one percent of the total ballot in each phase in selecting this year’s award recipient.

Award criteria include candidates exhibiting the exceptional character traits of the award’s namesake, Hobey Baker. A legendary American hero, Baker was a World War I fighter pilot and was known as America’s greatest amateur athlete in his day, excelling at hockey and football at Princeton.

Award candidates must demonstrate strength of character both on and off the ice, contribute to the integrity of his team and display outstanding skills in all phases of the game.

Consideration should be given to scholastic achievement and sportsmanship.

Key Hobey Baker announcement dates for 2018 include:
• Top Ten list of candidates: March 14
• Hobey Hat Trick of three finalists: March 29
• Hobey Baker Award announcement: April 6

The 2018 Hobey Baker Award winner will be announced from a field of three Hobey Hat Trick finalists on Friday, April 6, 2018, during the NCAA Frozen Four championship in St. Paul, Minn. The award ceremony will be held at the Roy Wilkens Auditorium in the St. Paul RiverCentre and will be broadcast nationally on the NHL Network.

Fossier has improved his scoring efforts from a relatively impressive freshman season in which he scored eight goals on 16 points in 27 games. This season, in 22 games, Fossier has matched his goal total, added five more assists, and trimmed his penalty minutes by 15.




Tues Jan 9
Endicott (T 2-2 @ Tufts)
F Dan Kucerovy — 1G-1A—2PTS

Fri Jan 12
St. Norbert (W 7-2 vs. Marian) 
F Peter Bates — 1G

Trine  (L 2-1 vs. Aurora) 
D Dante Suffredini — 1A

Sat Jan 13 
Aurora (L 6-1 vs. Adrian) 
D Lordanthony Grissom — 1A

Trine  (L 6-2 vs. Lake Forest) 
D Dante Suffredini — 1A

St. Norbert (W 6-0 @ Lawrence)
F Peter Bates — 1A


Fri Jan 12
Sioux City Musketeers (5-4 W vs. USA NTDP)
G Matt Jurusik — W, 38/42

Tri-City Storm (W 3-1 vs. Des Moines) 
G Jake Barczewski — W, 21/22

Sat Jan 13
Cedar Rapids RoughRiders (OTL 3-2 vs. Waterloo)
D Chase Blackmun — 1G

Lincoln Stars (SOL 4-3 @ Omaha)
G Derek Schaedig — SOL, 27/30

SM-liiga (Finnish Elite League)

Thur Jan 11
Vaasan Sport (W 2-1 vs. Tappara)
F Aleksi Ainali — 1A

Tue Jan 16
Vaasan Sport (L 3-2 vs. Pelicans)
F Aleksi Ainali — 2G