Saturday Flash Scores

Here are flash scores for Saturday, May 28, 2015

Sylvania, Ohio 9, Arizona Hockey Union 2
//Drew Schilleter of Las Vegas and AHU finish 2-1-0, advance to Final 4 against Team Ohio on Sunday.

Portland Hawks 8, Nevada Storm Las Vegas 3

//Nevada Storm finish with 1-2-0 record

Las Vegas Players and Teams Still in Action 2014-15

There are quite a few Las Vegas skaters whose teams are still in action for the 2014-15 season:

Ryan Chiasson, NAHL Wenatchee Wild
Chris Francis, ECHL Alaska Aces
Brendan Harris, NAHL Wenatchee Wild
Joseph Kaszupski, NAHL Kenai River Brown Bears
Ethan Montoya, AAA Ontario Avalanche 18u – US Nationals
Zach Pochiro, WHL Prince George Cougars
Joey Raats, USHL Sioux Falls Stampede
Gage Quinney, WHL Kelowna Rockets
Landon Quinney, NAHL Corpus Christi IceRays
Drew Schilleter, AA Arizona Hockey Union 18u – US Nationals
Jason Zucker, NHL Minnesota Wild


Here are the Top 5 Las Vegas skaters away from home







Chris Francis 3 Goals, 1 Assist for ECHL Alaska Aces

Friday, March 27, 2015

Stockton, California – Chris Francis scored his 22nd, 23rd and 24th goals and added an assist for the ECHL Alaska Aces who beat the Stockton Thunder 10-2 before 4141 at the Stockton Arena. Chris, who was named the #2 Star of the Game, and the Aces are battling for a playoff spot in their division. Chris has 24 goals, 32 assists for 56 points this season.

Kelowna BC – Gage Quinney of Las Vegas had an assist for the WHL Kelowna Rockets who opened a Best of Seven playoff series with a 6-0 win over the Tri City Americans before 5369. The Rockets had more shots 30-18.

Wenatchee, Washington – Brendan Harris dealt an assist in the third period and was +2 on the ice to help the NAHL Wenatchee Wild beat a very strong Topeka Roadrunners team 3-1 before 2894 at the Town Toyota Center. The two teams close out the regular season here on Saturday night. Wenatchee has clinched a playoff spot. Brendan has 16 goals, 27 assists for 43 points this season.

Playoff Weekend – Gage Quinney, Zach Pochiro of Las Vegas in Action

Friday, March 26, 2015

It’s playoff weekend in the Western Hockey League (WHL) with Best of Seven games getting underway Friday evening.

Gage Quinney of Las Vegas and the WHL Kelowna Rockets beat the Tri City Americans 6-0 to open a Best of Seven playoff series.

Zach Pochiro of Las Vegas and the WHL Prince George Cougars lost 5-3 to the Victoria Royals to open a Best of Seven playoff series. Game two will be at Victoria again on Saturday night.


Also on Friday:

Ethan Montoya of Las Vegas and the AAA Ontario Avalanche 18u lost 6-4 to the Central Connecticut Selects at the US Nationals in Amherst, N.Y.

Drew Schilletter of Las Vegas and the AA Arizona Hockey Union 18u are 2-0-0 at the US Nationals in Troy, Michigan.  Drew and AHU have wins over Twin Bridges Missouri 6-1 and the Fairbanks Arctic Cats 5-1.  AHU takes on #7-nationally ranked Sylvania North Stars tomorrow to complete opening round action.  Drew and AHU are already qualified for the Final 8 this weekend.

Coach Micah Sanford and the Nevada Storm Bantam AA won 4-2 over Team New Mexico today at the US Nationals in Salt Lake City

Thursday – Ethan Montoya of Las Vegas and AAA Ontario Avalanche 18u at US Nationals in Amherst, NY


Thursday final score : Culver Academy 4, AAA Ontario Avalanche 18u 0

Friday final score: AAA Central Connecticut Selects 6, AAA Ontario Avalanche 18u 4


Thursday, March 26

Amherst, N.Y. – Ethan Montoya of Las Vegas and the AAA Ontario Avalanche – who had a miracle run while winning the California State gold and the Pacific District Championship – open against Culver Academy here in the US Nationals at the Olympic Oval on Thursday.

Here is the Avalanche’s schedule:

Thursday – 0-4 to Culver Academy
Friday – 4-6 to Central Connecticut Selects
Saturday – vs Buffalo Jr Sabres



Thursday Final – Delaware Ducks 7, Nevada Storm 1

Storm Scoring

NS – Joseph Terrana Jr (Cody Printzen)


Friday Final – Nevada Storm 4, Team New Mexico 2

Storm Scoring

NS – Justin Brooks (Cameron Zucker, Dominick Panzarella)

NS – Romeo Scallion (Cameron Zucker, Dominick Panzarella)

NS – Cameron Zucker

NS – Romeo Scallion (Cameron Zucker)


Saturday Final – Portland Hawks 8, Nevada Storm 3

Storm Scoring

NS – Darion Conaway (Antonio Buck, Alexander Miller)

NS – Joseph Terrana Jr (Darion Conaway)

NS – Joseph Terrana Jr (Caesars Redoble)


Thursday, March 26, 2015

Salt Lake City – It all starts Thursday for the Nevada Storm Bantam AA’s here at the US Nationals. Head coach Micah Sanford said goalie David ‘Lamont’ Turner will get the start against the Delaware Ducks at the Olympic Oval Legacy rink. Game time is 3:20 pm here.

“Anything could happen — this is the U.S. Nationals so we will take one game at a time. If we show up ready to play, we will be fine,” Micah said.

The top line for the Storm will be Cameron Zucker, Dominic Panzarella and Romio Scallion. The starting defensive pairing will be Steven Avalone and John Hallet.

The Storm are the Nevada State Champions. They practice and play home games at the Las Vegas Ice Center on Flamingo Ave.

Here is the Las Vegas schedule:

Thursday – 1-7 to Delaware Ducks
Friday – 4-2 over Team New Mexico
Saturday – 3-8 to Portland Hawks

As Las Vegas Skaters Head for Playoff Weekend, Let’s Not Forgot One of the Vegas Greatest Lines – Bryce Reddick, Corbin Brown and Kyle Clay

As Las Vegas skaters prepare for Playoff Weekend, a hometown Las Vegas insider talks about the great teams and lines which came out of the Las Vegas Ice Center. This is one of the great emails ever sent to

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We have a lot of writeups here on coach Rob’s old teams. But I think we have forgotten the importance of coach Pokey Reddick’s 16u teams with Bryce Reddick, Corbin Brown, Kyle Clay, Ryan Scheafer, Steven Bolton, Colby Cookson, Ryan Sutliffe, Matt Hedderly, Kris Carter, Chris Rial, Robbie Silvernail, Alex Yug, Christian Bryant, etc.

When they won the 16u Pacific District Championship in 2005, that wasn’t suppose to happen. In 2006 they won 4 tournaments at home including a game that to me, my son and any person you speak to, was the most exciting game to date at the Las Vegas Ice Center against the (Long Beach) Ice Dogs semifinals double OT to go on and win the Pacific District Championship in 2006.

Pokey Reddick and those 2 teams put that rink and organization on the USA hockey map. Hamilton Whyte, the Quinney kids, Brendan Harris, Sullivan, Brooks, Chiasson, Raats all grew up watching those guys play – just like most of the 89s and 90s who grew up watching Rob’s teams at the Santa Fe Ice Arena.

After 2006 is when they changed the name and began billeting kids from out of state. Everyone wanted to play at that rink.

The line of Bryce Reddick, Corbin Brown and Kyle Clay terrorized teams for 2 years.

They were called the Teal Line. No one could stop them, just like Jasek, Samuels and Naglich did. Those 2 Pokey teams were in the papers in Summerlin, Las Vegas Review Journal, USA Hockey. Many kids at that rink continued playing because of the excitement of those 2 back to back teams.

The rinks would be packed with 200-300 people. I remember the buzz of every team team in that organization coming to watch these teams play. Parents took kids out of school early to watch the Friday afternoon games. Mike Sullivan, Jeff Hajner, Jason Allen, Rob Pallin, Larry Sanford and YOU all at the rink boards watching.

We haven’t had a team that good and fun to watch since then, everyone knows it. I believe Rob’s midget teams of those back to back seasons from AA-AAA and Pokey’s two AA teams were the best teams the city has ever seen to date.

Not to mention it was all Las Vegas skaters, no one from out of town like we see now. Just ask the Vegas coaches – Rob Pallin, Ken Quinney, Rod Buskas and anyone around that team and Pokey had the support and gathering like no other.

I would like to nominate Bryce Reddick and Corbin Brown into the Top 15 skaters in Las Vegas history.

Bryce Reddick was so smooth on his skates. He might have been the fastest kid to play in Vegas. Faster than Jasek. Just ask around.

Corbin Brown at 5’6″ was truely the first small player out of Las Vegas and he went on to play for one of the best NAHL franchises in the Wenatchee Wild which was a Robertson Cup runnerup. I’d say he helped kick start all of these other kids who have played in Wenatchee

Like I said, those 2 Pokey teams were very exciting.

And not a lot about them.

It’s part of history at the Las Vegas Ice Center.

They kick started it for all of our kids and the organization.

Coach Rob Pallin Update

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Coach Rob Pallin of Las Vegas is coming home. After spending eight months coaching Sapa Fehervar AV19 in Hungary, coach Rob said today he should be back in Las Vegas around April 2.

“Our team finished 11th a year ago. This season we finished 4th in our league. I’m proud about that,” he said.

He will spend the summer here in town, then return to Sapa Fehervar AV19 in the fall.

“There are some players in the US I want to scout,” he said. “So I will be on the road doing that as well.”


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