Jake Court Selected as Florida Division Player of the Week

USPHL Premier Players Of The Week: South Region 


Week of Nov. 24, 2020


Florida Division

Forward: Jake Court, Florida Eels

Court (‘00/Fort Myers, Fla.) is not only a locally grown product for the Eels, but he’s been a loyal soldier for now four seasons. Most recently, Court posted his first USPHL Premier hat trick and added three assists to help the Eels sweep the rival Florida Jr. Blades.


Defense: Owen Larson, Atlanta Mad Hatters

Larson (‘02/Snellville, Ga.) is another four-year USPHL veteran who has been putting together a heck of a campaign for the Mad Hatters. The team just swept Tampa Bay over a three-day weekend swing, and Larson posted three assists over the course of the series. He led in ice time and also defensively with 30 takeaways.


Goaltender: Noah Ping, Atlanta Mad Hatters

Ping (‘02/Duluth, Ga.) just arrived in Atlanta with multiple years of junior hockey under his blades, and he’s shown just what he can do especially recently where he stopped 70 of 74 shots for two wins. He remains 3-0 overall.


Southeast Division 

Forward: Adam Krofchalk, Richmond Generals 

Krofchalk (‘00/Midlothian, Va.) is now in his sixth USPHL season, and fourth with the Premier Generals. He posted three goals and three assists in the team’s three-game weekend against Carolina and Potomac, in which they went 2-0-1.


Defense: Dylan Blue, Carolina Jr. Hurricanes

Continuing the theme of hearty USPHL veterans, Blue (‘02/Raleigh, N.C.) is in his fourth year, and just keeps getting better. In two games against Richmond – a loss and an OT win – Blue scored a goal and added three assists, including on Daniel Nau’s OT game-winner. Defensively, he won 76 percent (16 of 21) of his 1-on-1 puck battles.


Goaltender: Nick Bernstein, Richmond Generals

A multiple winner of the USPHL Elite South Goaltender of the Month award, Bernstein (‘01/Valley View, Ohio) has made a seamless transition to the USPHL Premier. Most recently, he defeated Carolina and also stomached the overtime loss. All told, Bernstein stopped 63 of 67 shots and he currently stands 4-1-0-1.

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