We’re at the NHL All Star Break, so it’s time to check in on all of your favorite former BC Eagles to see how they’ve been doing this season!
BC Men’s Hockey Alumni
Barry Almeida: Almeida has been playing in Europe this season after spending 4 seasons in the AHL and ECHL. He recorded 1 goal and 4 assists in 3 games with Gherdëina. After leaving Gherdëina he joined the Coventry Blaze in the EIHL. He has 8 goals and 20 assists in 23 games with the Blaze and leads the team in both points and assists.
Cam Atkinson: Cam Atkinson is having a tremendous season and is behind only Sidney Crosby in goals (he has 24 to Crosby’s 28). Atkinson had 53 points in 81 games last season and currently has 46 points in only 48 games. He leads the Blue Jackets (NHL) in points and goals and is tied for second on the team with 22 assists. Atkinson was a replacement player for the NHL All Star Game, but really should have been on the roster initially.
Brad Barone: Barone has spent this season in the SPHL with the Mississippi RiverKings. He has a .917 save percentage. Barone holds an 11-7 record and has earned 2 shutouts.
Brian Billett: Billett has spent the majority of the season with the Knoxville Ice Bears (SPHL). He was recently loaned to the Greenville Swamp Rabbits (ECHL) but has yet to play. Billett has a 9-4 record for Knoxville this season with a .916 save percentage.
Patrick Brown: Brown has played 42 games for the Charlotte Checkers this season and is an alternate captain. He has 31 points and 31 penalty minutes.
Brian Boyle: Boyle is in his third season with the Tampa Bay Lightning (NHL). Boyle is on pace to exceed his recent season point totals - his high over the past 4 years was 24, and he already has 18 points this season.
Paul Carey: Carey has had a terrific season for the Hershey Bears (AHL) including a 19 game point streak. He is tied for 3rd on the Bears with 31 points - he has 13 goals and 18 assists. Carey has also played in 3 game for the Washington Capitals (NHL).
Tommy Cross: Cross is the captain of the Providence Bruins (AHL) for the second year in a row. He is on pace to match or surpass his previous season point totals, with 19 points over 42 games so far. He had a career high 23 points last season.
Thatcher Demko: Demko plays for the Utica Coments (AHL). He has a .901 save percentage and 2.84 GAA over 21 games. He earned a 1 game call-up to the NHL earlier this season but did not see any action.
Teddy Doherty: Doherty has spent most of the season with the Manchester Monarchs (ECHL). He also played 1 game for the Springfield Falcons (AHL) and 3 for the Cincinnati Cyclones (ECHL). He has 19 points in 30 games for Manchester.
Brian Dumoulin: Dumoulin recently returned to the Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL) from an injury. He has 7 assists over 37 games and has a negative +/- for the first time in his NHL career with a -10.
Patrick Eaves: Ten years in, Eaves is having the best season of his career. He has 31 points already, only 1 away from his career high of 32 points in 2006-07. He has 18 goals, tied for the team lead with Tyler Seguin, and is third on the Stars roster in points. He has 10 power play goals this season, which puts him in second place in the NHL.
Johnny Gaudreau: Between his first long-term injury and a few offensive slumps, Gaudreau is having a bit of a down year. He had 30 goals and 48 assists last season, while he currently has 11 goals and 20 assists. Obviously those would be great stats for most players, but the Flames are hoping to see more offense from him in the second half of the season. To be fair, it has seemed that other players have targeted Gaudreau more this year than in years past.
Nathan Gerbe: After spending 8 season in the AHL and NHL, Gerbe is now playing in Europe for Genève-Servette HC. He has 5 goals and 10 assists over 20 games.
Brian Gibbons: Gibbons is in his first season with the Albany Devils (AHL). He has 9 goals and 10 assists in 39 games. Last season he had 23 points in 63 games for the Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL).
Adam Gilmour: Gilmour has spent his rookie season with the Iowa Wild (AHL). He has 4 goals and 6 assists in 41 games.
Brian Gionta: Gionta is in his third season as captain of the Buffalo Sabres (NHL). He’s been having a good year considering the fact that he’s a small, veteran player. He has 11 goals and 13 assists so far this season and could end up having his best offensive year as a Sabre.
Stephen Gionta: Gionta missed a lot of time early this season due to injury. He has played 7 games for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers (AHL) and 4 for the New York Islanders (NHL). He recorded 1 assist with the Islanders and has 3 points with Bridgeport.
Noah Hanifin: Hanifin is in his second season with the Carolina Hurricanes (NHL). He has 2 goals, 13 assists, and a -12 rating. He should end the season with similar stats to those he had last season.
Jimmy Hayes: Jimmy Hayes has had a not great season with the Boston Bruins (NHL). He’s been a healthy scratch for a number of games. Between last season and this season, Hayes went 35 games without a point. In 38 games of play he has 2 goals and 1 assist. His NHL career high is 35 points.
Kevin Hayes: Hayes is tied for third on the New York Rangers (NHL) with 35 points. He has 13 goals and 22 assists. Last season, Hayes had 36 points total.
Travis Jeke: Jeke has spent most of the season with the Knoxville Ice Bears (SPHL), where he has a goal and 5 assists. Jeke has also played 4 ECHL games so far this season - 1 with the Adirondack Thunder and 3 with the Elmira Jackals.
Chris Kreider: Kreider is in his third full season with the Rangers. He is second on the team with 18 goals and he should easily match his career high of 21 goals. Kreider also has 16 assists so far this season.
Tim Kunes: Kunes returned to the Stavanger Oilers in Norway after spending 3 seasons with other teams. Kunes has 26 assists and 3 goals over 36 games this season.
Michael Matheson: Matheson is in his first full NHL season after spending most of last season in the AHL. He’s been getting significant ice time for the Florida Panthers and has 12 points so far.
Ian McCoshen: McCoshen has seen action is 36 games for the Springfield Falcons (AHL). He has 5 points and a +7 rating.
Parker Milner: Milner has played 27 games for the South Carolina Stingrays (ECHL). He has a .910 save percentage, a 17-8 record, and one shutout.
Pat Mullane: Mullane is playing for HC Karlovy Vary in the Czech Republic after playing in Finland last year. He’s missed some games due to injury, but has 5 goals and 11 assists in 31 games.
John Muse: Muse has split time between the Rochester Americans (AHL) and the Elmira Jackals (ECHL). He has a .904 save percentage over 10 games with the Amerks and a .925 save percentage through 6 games with the Jackals.
Brooks Orpik: Orpik is in his third season as an alternate captain of the Washington Capitals (NHL). Orpik has 10 assists and 27 PIM
Philip Samuelsson: Samuelsson has played 35 games for the St. John’s Ice Caps (AHL) this season. He has a goal and 5 assists.
Zach Sanford: Sanford has split his rookie season evenly between the AHL and the NHL. He has an assist in 20 games with the Washington Capitals and 12 points in 19 games with the Hershey Bears.
Steve Santini: Santini has bounced between the AHL and the NHL this season. He has yet to pick up a point in the AHL but has 2 goals and 3 assists in 13 games with the New Jersey Devils.
Cory Schneider: Schneider has had a tough season this year, which hasn’t helped the struggled New Jersey Devils (NHL). Schneider has a .910 save percentage, lower than he’s ever had in a full NHL season. He has a 2.71 GAA average at the moment - in his first season with the Devils his GAA was 1.97.
Rob Scuderi: Scuderi has played 15 games for the Ontario Reign (AHL) this season and has 3 assists.
Ryan Shannon: Shannon is in his 5th season with the ZSC Lions in Switzerland. He has 18 points over 32 games, including 6 goals.
Ben Smith: Smith started out the season with the Colorado Avalanche (NHL) but after playing 4 games with them he returned to the Toronto Maple Leafs (NHL). He has 2 goals and 1 assist in 24 games with the Leafs but has been out with an injury in recent weeks.
Dave Spina: Spina is in his second season with TPS in Finland. He has 8 goals and 24 assists in 41 games. Last season Spina had 39 points in 52 games.
Cam Spiro: Spiro entered his second season in Denmark this year. He has spent the 2016-17 season playing for the Gentofte Stars. He has 15 goals and 8 assists over 32 games.
Alex Tuch: Tuch, who was recently named to the AHL All Star Game, is in second place on the Iowa Wild (AHL) with 8 goals. Tuch has 18 points total over 32 games.
Joe Whitney: Whitney is captaining the San Antonio Rampage (AHL) this season. He’s been a little slower offensively than in previous seasons, but still has 9 goals and 15 assists. He is third on the Rampage with 24 points.
Steven Whitney: Whitney played 2 games for the Norfolk Admirals (ECHL) before being suspended by the team.
Miles Wood: Wood has split his rookie season between the New Jersey Devils (NHL) and the Albany Devils (AHL). He has 7 goals a 4 assists over 31 games with New Jersey and 3 goals and 3 assists over 14 games with Albany. Wood has also continue to be a physical player in the pro leagues.
BC Women’s Hockey Alumni
Lexi Bender: Bender is a rookie for the Boston Pride (NWHL). She has a goal and an assist over 10 games, as well as 7 blocked shots. Bender currently holds a +13 rating.
Melissa Bizzari: Bizzari is the fourth leading scorer on the Boston Blades (CWHL) this season with 5 points. She has 1 goal and 4 assists, as well as a shootout goal.
Blake Bolden: Bolden returned to the Boston Pride (NWHL) for a second season this year. She has 1 goal, 4 assists, 7 blocked shots, and a +12.
Kristina Brown: Brown joined the Boston Blades (CWHL) last season after playing in Europe for a few seasons. She is third on the team in points (6) but is tied for the lead with 5 assists.
Dru Burns: Burns has played for the Boston Blades (CWHL) since graduating from BC in 2013. She is tied for first on the team with 5 assists, 3 of which came on power play goals. Burns has the lowest +/- on the team: -30.
Alex Carpenter: In what comes as no surprise to BC fans, Carpenter leads the Boston Pride and the NWHL in most categories. She is part of a 4-way league tie for first with 6 goals and a two-way league tie for first with 9 assists. She leads the NWHL with 15 points total. Carpenter has 3 shorthanded goals and 1 game-winning goal. She also has 7 blocked shots and has maintained a +18.
Emily Field: Emily Field returned to the Boston Pride (NWHL) for a second season this year. Field has 2 goals and 2 assists this season, including 1 shorthanded goal.
Meghan Grieves: Grieves joined the Boston Blades (CWHL) this season after graduating from BC last year. She is second on the Blades in points (8), goals (4), and assists (4). She is tied for first with fellow Eagle Kate Leary in power play goals, with 2.
Kaliya Johnson: Johnson has only played in 7 games for the Connecticut Whale (NWHL) this season due to injury. She has 1 assist and 6 blocked shots so far this season.
Erin Kickham: Kickham is in her second season with the Boston Blades (CWHL). She is in third place on the team with 4 points and 3 goals in 16 games. She scored the game-winner in 1 of Boston’s 2 wins this season.
Kate Leary: Leary joined the Boston Blades (CWHL) this season after taking a year off from hockey. She leads a struggling Blades team with 10 points in 18 games. Leary also leads her team in goals (7) and power play goals (2).
Meagan Mangene: Mangene joined the Connecticut Whale (NWHL) this season after playing for the Boston pride last year. Mangene has 1 goal and 7 blocked shots in 11 games.
Emily Pfalzer: Pfalzer leads the Buffalo Beauts (NWHL) as captain for the second year in a row. Pfalzer has 1 goal and 4 assists in 11 games, including 3 power play assists. Pfalzer also has 5 blocked shots this season.
Haley Skarupa: Skarupa is a rookie on the Connecticut Whale (NWHL) this season. She is second on the team with 10 points and 5 goals.
Kelli Stack: Stack joined the NWHL last season to play for the Connecticut Whale. She is currently in third place on the team with 9 points in 9 games and is tied for second with 5 goals.
Maggie Taverna: Taverna played in 2 pre-season games for the Boston Pride (NWHL).
Dana Trivigno: Trivigno is in her first pro season and plays for the Connecticut Whale (NWHL). She has 3 goals and 2 assists this season. Her 3 goals have her tied for third on the team.
(These stats are accurate as of 1/27/17)