Tuesday, October 27, 2015

#OnceASeaDogAlwaysASeaDog: Where Are They Now - Part 2

By Lorne Webster | SN Staff

In our first alumni report, we listed the former Sea Dogs currently playing professionally in the NHL, AHL or ECHL along with those in the CIS. However, per EliteProspects.com, there are many currently playing professionally in Europe, as well as in junior and senior leagues throughout eastern Canada.  

Czech Republic (3)
David Stich - HC Vitkovice (D1)
Jurij Repe - HC Kladno (D2)
Jakub Izacky - HC Novy Jicin (D3)

France (3)
Francis Charland - Bordeaux
Jonathan Laberge - Lyon
Maxime Dubuc - Neuilly-sur-Marne

Germany (2)
Nick Peterson - Iserlohn

Russia (3)
Alexei Dostoinov - Avtomobilist Yekaterinbourg
Felix Schutz - Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod
Nikita Li (Lee) - Spartak Moskva

Slovakia (1)
Mathieu Corbeil - HC Banska Bystrica

Sweden (1)
Martin Bartos - Vanersborgs (D2)

Switzerland (1)
Chris DiDomenico - Langnau SCL Tigers
Robert Mayer - Geneve-Servette

Olivier Leblanc - Cape Breton
Oliver Cooper - Charlottetown
Will Thompson - Charlottetown
Alex McQuaid - Charlottetown
Joey Richard - Gatineau
Kelly Bent - Halifax
Jack vanBoekel - Val-d'Or

Maritime Junior (MHL) (7)
Marcus Cuomo - Amherst
Shane MacDonald - Amherst
Kyle Porter – St. Stephen
Braydon Blight - Truro
Blade Mann-Dixon - Valley
Mackenzie Brown - Woodstock
Noah Zilbert - Woodstock

Ontario Junior 'B' (GOJHL) (2)
Bobby Dugan - Calendonia
Sheehan Kirkwood - Brantford

Newfoundland Senior (NLSHL) (2)
Jason Churchill - Clarenville
Jordan Knox - Gander

Quebec Senior (NLAH) (9)
Nicolas Laroque-Marcoux - Cornwall River
Frederic Piche - Jonquiere
David Starenky - Laval
Maxime Villemaire - Rivierie-du-Loup
Travis Fullerton - Rivierie-du-Loup
Sebastien Rioux - Sorel-Tracy
Alex Beauregard - Trois-Riverieres
Marco Cousineau - Trois-Riverieres

Benjamin Lecomte - Trois-Riverieres

Photo: Marc Henwood/Station Nation

1 comment:

  1. Chuck Schembri was second in the scoring derby with the 2015 Lancaster Centennial Hockey League Fairville Shooters Alpines.

    The Lancaster Centennial Hockey League is the top league for men's competition in the southern NB region.