MUSKEGON, MI- The Muskegon Lumberjacks have signed Russian defenseman Alex Yakovenko from Chelmet Chelyabinsk of Russia's VHL. Yakovenko was born in Kazakhstan, but hails from Chelyabinsk. The left-handed shooting d-man stands 5-foot-11 and weighs in a 165 pounds. Yakovenko, a 1998-birthyear, is 19 years old. He recorded one goal and four assists in 32 games in the VHL, which is the second-best professional league in Russia, behind the KHL.
been named the USHL defenseman of the week. The 6-foot-6 native of Whitefish, ON, scored a goal in Friday's 5-3 win over first-place Green Bay, and added another goal and two assists in Saturday's 5-2 victory over the Gamblers. Saturday's three-point game was Crowder's first-career multi-point game in the USHL. Crowder has now scored five goals on the season, the second-most of any defenseman, and just one behind league-leading Ronnie Attard of Tri-City.
MUSKEGON, MI- Anthony Del Gaizo scored two goals and added an assist to spearhead Muskegon's offense to five goals, a 5-2 victory, and a weekend sweep of the Green Bay Gamblers. On Star Wars night, the Jacks got a crowd of 3,343 involved early, scoring goals 18 seconds apart in the first five minutes of the game. Del Gaizo leads the league in goals (20) and points (31) now, and racked up four goals and two assists in the weekend series against first-place Green Bay.
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