Roster Update: White's No. 4 Chris Allemon (Unspecified), Orange's No. 2 Seamus Donohue (Injured) and Black's No. 7 Brendan Smith (Injured) did not dress for Sunday's action.
More NHL Lineage: White's Dominic Turgeon (No. 9) is the son and nephew of former NHLers Pierre Turgeon and Sylvain Turgeon, respectively.Pierre racked up 1,327 points in 1,294 NHL games, while Sylvain tallied 495 points over 669 games.
All Natural: White's Adam Gaudette (No. 16) scored a natural hat trick before the 14-minute mark of his club's game against Kelly on Sunday, paving the way to a 5-1 victory.
Born in the USA: Three players attending this week's camp had the privilege of playing under the tutelage of a trio of distinguished American NHL alumni over the course of their 2012-13 season and will continue to do so next year as well.Orange's Miles Gendron (No. 15) of the Rivers School (USHS-MA) is coached by Shawn McEachern, who enjoyed a 13-year NHL career during which he tallied 579 points.McEachern won a Stanley Cup Championship in 1992 with the Pittsburgh Penguins and was also a member of the 1992 U.S. Olympic squad.
Adam Gaudette (No. 16) and Daniel Mumaugh (No. 20) of White play for Thayer Academy (USHS-MA), led by Tony Amonte, as well as the Seattle Thunderbirds (WHL) under the guidance of SteveKonowalchuk, respectively during their regular campaigns.Amonte skated in over 1,100 career NHL contests, amassing an impressive 900 points to go along with two Olympic appearances for Team USA (1998 & 2002).Konowalchuk, meanwhile, was the first Utah-born player to make it to the NHL ranks and chipped in 396 points in 790 career games.
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