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NCDC Young Guns All-Star Game rosters announced for upcoming 2022 event


The United States Premier Hockey League is proud to announce the team rosters for the National Collegiate Development Conference (NCDC) Young Guns All-Star Game, which will be held at 12 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2022.

The NCDC Young Guns Game is part of a two-game NCDC All-Star event on Feb. 22 at Foxboro (Mass.) Sports Center and will precede the NCDC “Best Of The Best” All-Star Game at 2:30 p.m. on the same day.

The NCDC Young Guns game will feature the top players in the NCDC born between 2003 and 2006, along with up-and-coming prospects for NCDC teams currently playing in the USPHL Midget Divisions and within NCDC member organizations.

This game also includes several players already committed to NCAA Division I teams and drafted by United States Hockey League teams.

These All-Star Games will give NCAA college and NHL scouts a chance to see some of the great talent currently playing in the NCDC, as well as some of the league’s strongest up-and-coming young NHL Draft-eligible talent for 2022 and beyond.

The All-Star Game event will be televised on and will feature The Dan K Show on the play-by-play call for both games.

2022 NCDC Young Guns Game Rosters

Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2022, 12 p.m.

NCAA Division I Commitments/USHL Draft Picks listed

NCDC American Young Guns


Shane Baker, Boston Junior Bruins (‘04)

Jaeger Daniels, Boston Junior Bruins (‘06)

Henry Wilson, Boston Junior Bruins (‘04)

Nikolas Laus, Boston Junior Bruins (‘05)

Cameron Cooke, Boston Junior Bruins (‘06)

Medrick Bolduc, Utica Jr. Comets (‘03)

Will Elger, Jersey Hitmen (‘04/Providence College)

Matus Hadusovsky, P.A.L. Jr. Islanders (‘03/American International College)

Michael Felsing, Northern Cyclones (‘03)

Gabriel Pelchat, South Shore Kings (‘04)

Jach Slayton, Rockets Hockey Club (‘03)

Ryan Spinale, Boston Advantage (‘04)


Harrison Kinne, Boston Junior Bruins (‘05)

Tommy Rose, Boston Junior Bruins (‘05)

Trey Scott, Boston Junior Bruins (‘04)

Carson Nickulas, South Shore Kings (‘04)

Timmy Busconi, Boston Advantage (‘04/Boston University)

Ryan Hintz, Twin City Thunder (‘03)

Harry Meirowitz, P.A.L. Jr. Islanders (‘03/Brown University)


Aidan Bickford, Boston Junior Bruins (‘04)

J.J. Cataldo, Jersey Hitmen (‘03)

Cameron Kuntar, South Shore Kings (‘03)

NCDC National Young Guns

NCAA Division I Commitments/USHL Draft Picks listed


Cam Bergeman, Rockets Hockey Club (‘03)

Tyler Dysart, Rockets Hockey Club (‘04/Sioux City Draft Pick)

Ryan Schelling, Rockets Hockey Club (‘04/Providence College)

Nicholas DelGaizo, Rockets Hockey Club (‘04/Omaha Draft Pick)

Tripp Pendy, Rockets Hockey Club (‘05/Sioux City Draft Pick)

Thomas Klochkov, Rockets Hockey Club (‘05/University of Connecticut)

Kamil Bednarik, Rockets Hockey Club (‘06)

Chase Pirtle, Rockets Hockey Club (‘05/Youngstown Draft Pick)

Nick Metelkin, Rockets Hockey Club (‘05/Green Bay Draft Pick)

Kristofers Krumins, Rockets Hockey Club (‘05/Youngstown Draft Pick)

Arik Altman, Boston Advantage (‘03)

Ben Muthersbaugh, New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs (‘04)

Liam Cox-Smith, Philadelphia Hockey Club (‘03)


Andrew O’Sullivan, Boston Advantage (‘06)

Kiernan Poulin, Boston Advantage (‘06)

Matthew Desiderio, Rockets Hockey Club (‘05)

Kevin Fitzgerald, Rockets Hockey Club (‘04/University of Connecticut)

Gabriel Lunn, Utica Jr. Comets (‘03)

Mika Petersen, Connecticut Jr. Rangers (‘03)

Charlie Ross, Northern Cyclones (‘03)


Geno Pichora, Rockets Hockey Club (‘03/University of Minnesota)

Jacob Torgner, Philadelphia Hockey Club (‘03)

Aidan Boyd, South Shore Kings (‘04)

About the NCDC

The NCDC is the only tuition-free junior hockey league that is fully located in the Northeastern United States, limiting travel to New York, New Jersey and the New England states. This allows players to spend more time on development, both on-and off-ice, than traveling on a bus.

With the unmatched USPHL Showcase Series, NCDC players have several opportunities each season to play in front of several scouts at well-attended multi-day, multi-tiered events.

There are more than 700 former players from the USPHL’s top division skating with NCAA hockey teams during the 2021-22 season. More than 150 players committed to college hockey out of the 2020-21 NCDC season alone.

The NHL has also taken notice as the League saw three players selected directly out of the NCDC in the 2021 NHL Draft. Alumni of USPHL organizations currently skating in the NHL include players such as Jack Eichel, Charlie Coyle, John Marino, Jimmy Vesey, and Stanley Cup champions Zach Sanford, Trevor Van Riemsdyk and Brian Dumoulin.

About The USPHL

The United States Premier Hockey League of 2020-2021 is the nation’s largest amateur ice hockey league and the only league to span the continental United States and parts of Canada.

The USPHL fields approximately 550 teams representing over 100 organizations comprised of 11,000 players spanning the ages of 6 through 20. Overall, across all its divisions, the USPHL has more than 1,300 alumni playing college hockey in 2021-22 and more than 250 playing pro hockey, including in the NHL.

— USPHL Staff

(February 16, 2022)

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