Navy Gets on the Board: After dropping its first two bouts of the week, Navy secured its first win of the week by a score of 5-3 over previously unbeaten Grey squad. Julian Detmer (No. 16) recorded a hat trick to pace Navy's offense, with Reilly Walsh (No. 7), Liam Walsh (No. 11) and Austin Pratt (No. 14) following close behind with two points apiece.
Difference Maker: Alexander Chmelevski (No. 9) had a hand in all three Black regulation goals on Friday, finishing with a goal and a pair of helpers in a 4-3 shootout win over Red.
Lightning-Quick Starters: Orange buried all seven of its goals in the first half of its 7-3 victory over Royal, including five before the contest was ten minutes old.
Father Knows Best: Kelly's No. 16 Kyler Yeo is the son of current Minnesota Wild head coach Mike Yeo. The elder Yeo began his coaching career as an assistant with the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins (2000-05) and Pittsburgh Penguins (2005-10). From there, he spent one season as head coach of the Houston Aeros (AHL) before being named to his current head coaching position with the parent-club Wild in 2011.
White Continues to Roll: White's top offensive trio of Riley Prattson (No. 12), Joshua Norris (No. 16) and Logan Hutsko (No. 14) combined for 10 points in the club's 6-4 victory over Kelly. Prattson (4G, 0A) and Hutsko (0G, 4A) led the way with superb four-point performances, while Norris (1G, 1A) tallied two. Steven Agriogianis (No. 8) also added three points (1G, 2A) for the White squad, which lit the lamp three times with the man-advantage en route to securing the win.
Brothers to Look Up To: Purple's Andy Nedeljkovic (No. 14), is the younger brother of NHL prospect, Alex Nedeljkovic. After participating in the 2013 Select 17 camp as well as the 2013 Ivan Hlinka Tournament, Alex was selected by the Carolina Hurricanes in the second round (38th overall) of the 2014 NHL Entry Draft.
Gold's Drew Magyar (No. 15), also has a brother (Nick) who took part in the 2013 Select 17 camp before being drafted by an NHL franchise. The elder Magyar was Colorado's third-round choice (93rd overall) in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft.