Coquitlam adds UMass commit Crusberg-Roseen
Commitment: Express are excited to announce the signing of New Hampshire Defence man COLE CRUSBERG-ROSEEN! Cole played his past season with the Mount Saint Charles Academy and is excited to start his time in Coquitlam! Welcome Aboard Cole! 🚂#allaboard pic.twitter.com/6KR07liATU
— Coquitlam Express (@BCHLExpress) May 19, 2020
The Coquitlam Express added 18-year-old defenseman Cole Crusberg-Roseen for the 2020-21 season. Crusberg-Roseen played 53 games for the Mount St. Charles Academy U18 team in 2019-20 and posted nine goals and 18 assists.
He also played seven games with the Rhode Island U18 Saints, scoring a goal and an assist. The native of Stratham, New Hampshire is committed to the University of Massachusettes (Amherst) for September 2021.
Poisson named University of Maine rookie of the year
Seven individuals were honored during our 2019-20 end of season banquet!
— Maine Men’s Ice Hockey (@MaineIceHockey) May 19, 2020
University of Maine forward Ben Poisson (55 goals, 59 assists in 165 games with Prince George from 2016-19) was named Black Bears rookie of the year on Tuesday.
The 20-year-old native of Vancouver had three goals and five assists in 34 games with Maine in 2019-20. He was second in scoring among all freshmen on the Black Bears.
Three Stars of the Night ⏪ May 20, 2018
First Star: Chilliwack forward Corey Andonovski scored the winning goal with 11:33 to go in the third period and added an assist as the Chiefs beat Wellington 4-2 to win the 2018 RBC Cup.
Second Star: Chiefs forward Tommy Lee had a third period goal and an assist in the win.
Third Star: Dukes goaltender Jonah Capriotti made 31 saves in the loss, including 13 in the second period.
Honourable Mentions: Chilliwack goaltender Daniel Chenard stopped 26 shots for the win. Chiefs captain Will Calverley had the first of three unanswered goals by Chilliwack to kick off the comeback. Wellington forward Ted McGeen opened the scoring 90 seconds into the first period.