It’s Easter Weekend and we are looking for the whereabouts of the following Las Vegas players….if you know, please contact leesamuels07@aol.com or send a note to Vegashockey.net

Corbin Brown – star goal scorer

Jeff Hajner – captain of Melfort Mustangs; then played at Air Force Academy

Josh Jasek –  Mustangs scoreking, BCHL Victoria Salsa

UNLV Rebels Justin Johnson – star defenseman in 2001-02 era

Ryan King –  skated for Rob Pallin

Harry Long – hockey dad, father of Kurt Long

Troy Mueller – last was in Chicago area

Will Munson – San Diego Jr. Gulls, Billings Jr Bulls

Chris Raveling – roller at Crystal Palace –  very special player

Adam Stio – roller coach, rink owner, hockey official

Billy Tufano – star roller player at Crystal Palace

Are you looking for a player or coach…send to leesamuels07@aol.com

Our readers report…

Corbin Brown texts “I’m currently working in real estate. I am also at the LVIC teaching the Hockey 123 program. And at the start of the year I was volunteering, helping Micah and Nick a few times a week at their 16 UAA  practices. I’m just staying around the game and kids whenever I can on my off time.”

Jeff Hajner has a crossfit gym in British Columbia – the Iron Regime Crossfit in Pitt Meadows BC.  Years ago he was the captain of the Melfort Mustangs jr team in Canada.
Will Munson, who was called ‘Money’ when he and Eddie Samuels played for the Billings Jr Bulls, texts he is now a sales manager for Quest Diagnostics in SoCal. “They don’t call me Money anymore,” Will said. “I play for a men’s league team named Snafu at the ice rink in Riverside, California. On the ice my teammates now call me ‘Muns’ ”
Chris Raveling has been playing some roller in town. David Sanford is one of his teammates.  “We have great love for the Sanford family,” said hockey mom Gayle.
Adam Stio is a gaming pit manager at the Fremont Hotel & Casino here in Las Vegas. He is also an ice hockey official here in town. Adam said “I am alive, well and still in Las Vegas. I’ve have some hockey offers from out of town but ideally I would like to go full-time into the sport of hockey here in Las Vegas. Please tell everyone I am ok.”
Billy Tufano is director of operations for a genetic counseling company here in town. He is expected to play some high level NARCH roller this summer.
Please send player updates to leesamuels07@aol.com