USPHL Premier Players Of The Week: South Region
Week of Feb. 9, 2022
Forward: Taurin Haddon-Harris, Florida Eels
Haddon-Harris (‘01/Boca Raton, Fla.) was massive with a four-goal, five-assist weekend in a 2-1 weekend run against the Atlanta MadHatters. Haddon-Harris stands at ninth in USPHL Premier scoring with 73 points in 38 games.
Defense: Ethan Tamborski, Palm Beach Typhoon
Tamborski (‘01/Irwin, Pa.) put together a strong weekend, despite a couple losses to the Florida Jr. Blades. He posted two goals and added one assist and was even on a team with only one plus rated player. Tamborski also had three blocked shots and led the Typhoon defense in ice time.
Goaltender: Tyler Ledoux, Florida Jr. Blades
Ledoux (‘01/Charlton, Mass.) put together a fantastic 33-save effort on 36 shots by the Palm Beach Typhoon to earn his third win in his last five games. With that victory, he pulled himself to even on the season in terms of record with 7-7-2-0.
Forward: Jonathan Davenport, Carolina Jr. Hurricanes
The third-year Jr. Hurricane and fourth-year USPHL Premier veteran Davenport (‘01/Lithonia, Ga.) had his best weekend, scoring three goals – one shorthanded and one on the power play – to help the Jr. Canes earn the sweep of Potomac over the week. He has nine points in 22 games this season.
Defense: Cam Perez, Charlotte Rush
Perez (‘02/West Hartford, Conn.) played in his first two Premier games since October, and simply excelled following a January that saw him named an Elite Southeast Defenseman Of The Month. With the Premier team against Hampton Roads, he posted one assist and had a fantastic overall performance showing he has no problem “playing up.”
Goaltender: Niklas Seppanen, Carolina Jr. Hurricanes
Seppanen (‘01/Oulunsalo, Finland) put up wins in both of his games against the Potomac Patriots, stopping 45 of 50 games for the weekend to improve to 12-11-2-0 on the season. He also has an impressive 2.23 goals against average and a .925 save percentage in this, his first North American hockey season.