Gudmandson, Miele, Leets named USCHO’s Three Stars for Jan. 26

THIRD STAR

Ryan Leets, Army: He had just set a collegiate best with 42 saves a game earlier, but the sophomore goaltender did it one better last Friday against Robert Morris, stopping 43 shots in a 3-1 victory. He added 30 saves in a 2-2 tie Saturday for a 73-save weekend. :: Ryan Leets’ player page

Army's Ryan Leets (Army Athletics)

SECOND STAR

Andy Miele, Miami: The senior forward scored twice in a losing effort at Michigan State on Friday, and he came back with a goal and two assists in a RedHawks rebound victory Saturday. :: Andy Miele’s player page

Miami's Andy Miele (Miami Athletics)

FIRST STAR

Scott Gudmandson, Wisconsin: The senior goaltender made 71 saves against Minnesota State, and the Badgers needed every single one of them to come away with a series sweep. He stopped 37 shots in a 3-2 victory on Friday and 34 shots — 16 of them in the third period — in a 2-1 win on Saturday. :: Scott Gudmandson’s player page

Wisconsin's Scott Gudmandson (Wisconsin Athletics)

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

10 COMMENTS

  1. I love how the Wisconsin goalie made less saves than the RIT goalie two weeks ago and yet the Badger gets recognized. This 3 stars thing is biased beyond belief…

    • -Define “Star” Please! J.T. Brown of UMD has a 5 point weekend, scoring the game winner one night and assisting on the game winner the next night, is a plus 5 on the weekend leading his team to a WCHA sweep…Stars of the weekend should come from winning efforts bottom line. Giving a star to a player that helps his team lose is a joke. Of all the college hockey games this past weekend there was no one else out there that helped his team win(IMO an actual “star”) more than someone who scored a few goals in losing efforts?

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