Seven Sioux City Musketeers Players on NHL Central Scouting Watch List
Sioux City, Iowa - NHL Central Scouting released its 2019-20 Preliminary Players to Watch list for the season on Monday, including six current Musketeer players and one affiliate player rated as either 'B' or 'C' prospects.
The players listed by NHL Central Scouting on the current Musketeer roster are as follows:
'B' Rating - (Forward) Blake Biondi committed to Minnesota-Duluth
'C' Rating - (Defense) Christian Jimenez committed to Harvard
'C' Rating - (Defense) Anthony Kehrer committed to Wisconsin
'C' Rating - (Forward) Joel Maatta
'C' Rating - (Forward) Jackson Nieuwendyk
'C' Rating - (Forward) Sam Stange committed to Wisconsin
The Musketeer affiliate player listed by NHL Central Scouting is as follows:
'C' Rating - (Defense) Mason Langenbrunner
Musketeer Head Coach, Luke Strand, states "It is exciting for young players to have the recognition from NHL Central Scouting. As an organization it is exciting to see NHL prospects be part of our group. The proof will be at the NHL Draft in June."
The United States Hockey League has over 60 current players listed on the 2019-20 NHL Central Scouting Preliminary Players to Watch list.
Tickets for all 2019-20 regular season home games are now on sale online at tysoncenter.com, at the Tyson Events Center Box Office or by calling the Musketeers office at 712-252-2116.
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