Heeter, Bodie, Haczyk named USCHO’s Three Stars for Jan. 12


Bryan Haczyk, Niagara: The senior went into a series at Holy Cross with a 14-game point-scoring streak, and not only did he run that to 16 games, he added his first collegiate hat trick. He added another goal in the second game of the series. :: Bryan Haczyk’s player page

Bryan Haczyk, Niagara (Niagara Athletics)


Kyle Bodie, Union: Union made short work of St. Lawrence and Clarkson, and the sophomore made it a weekend to remember. He had just two goals in 10 games entering the weekend, then scored three times — once against the Saints, twice against the Golden Knights — and added an assist for a four-point weekend. :: Kyle Bodie’s player page

Kyle Bodie, Union (Union Athletics)


Cal Heeter, Ohio State: The Buckeyes junior stopped all 40 shots he faced last Friday in a 1-0 victory over then-No. 7 Miami. He followed that up with a 23-save performance in a sweep-clinching victory. Heeter is the only goaltender that’s taken the ice for the Buckeyes this season, and his improved goals-against average (2.30, compared to 3.19 last season and 3.29 as a freshman) is one of the reasons why the Buckeyes are four games above .500. :: Cal Heeter’s player page

Cal Heeter, Ohio State (Ohio State Athletics)

After each weekend’s games, make your nomination at www.uscho.com/threestars


    • “Arnt’t?” Wow. Can you actually read, or did you just presume that there was some bias in play? Never mind, I’m pretty sure I know the answer already.

  1. No I would say they are just biased towards big name schools in College Hockey! I definitely think a goaltender who stops 84 of 87 shots in a weekend series is deserving of one of the 3 stars. Not to mention this particular goalie still hasn’t lost a game yet this season.

  2. Bodie over Greg Carey dont think so.Carey a fresmen 3g2a Bodie a sophmore 3g1a and one of his goals into an empty net wow!!!! I guess its all about the rankings


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