RANGERS COLLEGE HOCKEY PROSPECT WATCH

Here is a game-by-game look at the two embers of the Rangers reserve list who are playing NCAA and Canadian university hockey this season.

Beller GREG BELLER
Team: University of Manitoba (Canada West)
Position: Left Wing
Height: 6-3  Weight: 220 lbs.
Born: Jan. 22, 1987
Biography
2010-11 Statistics GP G A PTS PIM +/-
  26 11 14 25 22 +4
2010-11 Regular-Season Results
Date Opponent Result Statistics/Notes
CANADA WEST TOURNAMENT GAMES
Semifinal Round
March 5 at Alberta 1-2 L No scoring, penalties; finished with 1 shot on goal.
March 4 at Alberta 0-4 L Finished the game minus-2 with one shot on goal.

Feb. 26 Saskatchewan 6-2 W PP goal in first; goal in second; five shots, No. 2 star.
Feb. 25 Saskatchewan 3-6 L Did not score any points or take any penalties.
Feb. 19 at Alberta 3-4 L (OT) Goal, PP assist in the 1st period; 3 shots, No. 2 star.
Feb. 18 at Alberta 3-4 L (SO) PP assist in first; stopped in SO; 2 shots, minus-2.
Feb. 12 British Columbia 4-3 W (OT) Scored OT winner, assist; 4 PIM, plus-2, No. 1 star.
Feb. 11 British Columbia 2-5 L PP goal in first; 2 PIM, 3 shots, minus-1, No. 3 star.
Feb. 5 at Calgary 2-3 L Hooking penalty 17:51 of first; minus-1 for the game.
Feb. 4 at Calgary 2-6 L Assist on PP goal at 12:18 of 2nd; minus-2 for game.
Jan. 29 at Regina 2-1 W (SO) Did not score points or take penalties; 1 shot on goal.
Jan. 28 at Regina 0-1 L Called for slashing at 12:49 of second; 1 shot on goal.
Jan. 22 Lethbridge 3-1 W Assists in 1st and second; one shot, plus-1, No. 3 star.
Jan. 21 Lethbridge 5-1 W Assisted on goal at 17:03 of first; one shot and plus-2.
Jan. 15 at Saskatchewan 2-5 L Assist at 11:52 of 2nd, penalty in first; one shot, plus-1.
Jan. 14 at Saskatchewan 5-3 W Assist at 10:26 of the third period; plus-1 for the game.
Dec. 30 at Lakehead 3-0 W Scored the game-winner on second-period power play.
Dec. 29 at Lakehead 5-1 W Scored 2 goals, including game-winner, in 2nd period.
Nov. 27 Alberta 2-3 L Scored at 1:23 of first; 2 PIM, 2 shots, plus-1, No. 3 star.
Nov. 26 Alberta 4-2 W Assists at 12:55, 15:02 (GWG) of third; 4 shots, plus-3.
Nov. 20 at British Columbia
3-4 L (OT) No points or penalties; four shots on goal and minus-2.
Nov. 19 at British Columbia 2-3 L (SO) No points or penalties; finished with two shots on goal.
Nov. 13 Calgary 2-1 W (SO) Penalty early in 3rd, scored shootout winner; No. 1 star.
Nov. 12 Calgary 1-2 L (SO) Roughing penalty in the 3rd period; three shots on goal.
Nov. 6 Regina 6-1 W 4-point game. Goal, 3 assists; 4 PIM, Plus-2, No. 1 star.
Nov. 5 Regina 4-1 W Scored goal at 18:17 of third period; 6 shots and plus-1.
Oct. 30 at Lethbridge 5-2 W Did not play.
Oct. 29 at Lethbridge 4-8 L Did not play.
Oct. 23 at Saskatchewan 2-0 W Did not play.
Oct. 9 Regina 7-0 W Did not play.
Oct. 8 Regina 2-5 L Did not play.
Oct. 3 at North Dakota (PS) 2-5 L No scoring or penalties; had 1 shot on goal in the game.
Oct. 2 at St. Cloud (PS) 4-7 L PP assist in second period; 3 shots on goal; 2 PIM in first.
Sept. 29 Manitoba Prospects (PS) 1-2 L Did not figure in team's scoring vs. team of AHL prospects.
Sept. 25 Brock (PS) 8-1 W No scoring or penalties; finished with two shots on goal.
Sept. 24 Brock (PS) 6-2 W Assist on the game-winner at 14:01 of first; 3 shots, 2 PIM.
Sept. 12 Saskatchewan (PS) 4-2 W Preseason game.
Sept. 11 at Regina (PS) 2-3 L Called for penalty in first period and had one shot on goal.

Campbell MAX CAMPBELL
Team: Western Michigan University (CCHA)
Position: Center
Height: 6-0  Weight: 184 lbs.
Born: Dec. 21, 1988
Biography
2010-11 Stats GP G A PTS PIM +/-
  42 18 17 35 16 +1
2010-11 Regular-Season Results
Date Opponent Result Statistics/Notes
NCAA TOURNAMENT GAMES
First Round at Green Bay, Wis.
March 26 vs. Denver 2-3 L (2OT) Even with 2 shots on goal in final college game.
CCHA TOURNAMENT GAMES
Championship Game at Detroit
March 19 vs. Miami-Ohio 2-5 L No points or penalties; 2 shots on goal, minus-1.
Semifinal Round at Detroit
March 18 vs. Michigan 5-2 W Called for slashing in first period; 2 shots on goal.
Quarterfinal Round
March 13 Ferris State 5-4 W (OT) 2 goals (winner), assist; 5 shots, plus-1, No. 1 star.
March 12 Ferris State 3-1 W 2 assists; 2 PIM, 6 shots on goal, plus-1, No. 3 star.
March 11 Ferris State 1-3 L Assist at 5:21 of 2nd; game-high 6 shots, No. 3 star.

Feb. 26 Notre Dame 2-0 W Assist at 11:20 of first for 2-0 lead; one shot, plus-1.
Feb. 25 Notre Dame 2-3 L Goals 10:09 of 1st, 14:40 of 2nd; 5 shots, No. 2 star.
Feb. 19 at Michigan 4-5 L (OT) No points or penalties; finished with 4 shots on goal.
Feb. 18 at Michigan 3-6 L Goal 12:02 of 3rd to cut lead to 5-3; 3 shots, minus-1.
Feb. 12 at Miami-Ohio 1-3 L No points or penalties; finished with 2 shots on goal.
Feb. 11 at Miami-Ohio 3-3 T Called for 4 PIM in 1st; 2 shots and minus-1 for game.
Feb. 5 Bowling Green 3-1 W No points or penalties; four shots, minus-1 for game.
Feb. 4 Bowling Green 1-1 T Did not record any points or take penalties; no shots.
Jan. 29 N. Michigan 6-1 W Did not score points or take penalties; 1 shot on goal.
Jan. 28 N. Michigan 5-2 W Assisted on winner at 0:45 of third; three shots, plus-2.
Jan. 22 at Lake Superior 4-4 T Penalty in 1st; 3 shots, point streak ended at 6 games.
Jan. 21 at Lake Superior 2-2 T Goal in 3rd period, shootout; 2 shots, plus-1, No. 2 star
Jan. 15 Ohio State 2-2 T Scored at 16:16 of first; team-high 5 shots, No. 1 star.
Jan. 14 Ohio State 4-2 W Assist on empty-netter; penalty in first, 4 shots on goal.
Jan. 8 at Alaska-Fairbanks 2-0 W PP goal on his only shot at 18:56 of 2nd for a 2-0 lead.
Jan. 7 at Alaska-Fairbanks 2-2 T Assist in 2nd; tying goal 9:58 of 3rd; plus-1, No. 3 star.
Dec. 19 Union 3-1 W Scored at 10:41 of 1st for 1-0 lead; 3 shots, No. 3 star.
Dec. 18 Union 2-1 W No points or penalties; had 2 shots on goal for game.
Dec. 11 Lake Superior 4-1 W Goal and assist in third period; five shots, No. 3 star.
Dec. 10 Lake Superior 2-5 L Tied for team lead with three shots on goal; minus-2.
Dec. 4 at N. Michigan 4-4 T Goal in 2nd cut lead to 4-2; 2 shots, plus-2 for game.
Dec. 3 at N. Michigan 1-3 L No scoring or penalties; 4 shots and minus-2 rating.
Nov. 27 Miami-Ohio 1-5 L Assisted on team's lone goal; 4 PIM, 1 shot, minus-1.
Nov. 26 Miami-Ohio 5-2 W Scored GWG late in 3rd, 3 assists; plus-2, No. 1 star.
Nov. 20 at Ferris State 2-2 T No scoring or penalties; finished with 3 shots, plus-1.
Nov. 19 at Ferris State 1-3 L Finished  with one shot on goal and a minus-3 rating.
Nov. 6 Michigan State 3-1 W Scored an empty-net goal at 18:49 of 3rd period; plus-1.
Nov. 5 Michigan State 4-3 W Goal, assist in second ; three shots, plus-2, No. 3 star.
Oct. 30 Notre Dame 2-2 T Finished second on team with 6 shots on goal in game.
Oct. 29 at Notre Dame 2-3 L No points or penalties; two shots and one blocked shot.
Oct. 23 at St. Lawrence 3-3 T Goal at 16:28 of the 1st, assist in 3rd; 5 shots, minus-1.
Oct. 22 at St. Lawrence 3-1 W Assisted on empty-netter in third; two shots and plus-1.
Oct. 16 at Mercyhurst 1-0 W No points or penalties; finished with two shots on goal.
Oct. 15 at Mercyhurst 3-2 W Minus-1, 3 shots. Goal/point streak ends at two games.
Oct. 9 Canisius 3-2 W (OT) Assist in 1st and GWG at 2:54 of OT; 6 shots; No. 1 star.
Oct. 8 Canisius 3-5 L Goal late in 2nd for 3-3 tie; 6 shots, minus-2, No. 3 star.
Oct. 3 Ontario Tech (PS) 5-2 W Goal in third, assist on game's first goal; 3 shots, plus-2

Hobbs DANNY HOBBS
Team: University of Massachusetts (Hockey East)
Position: Center
Height: 6-0  Weight: 191 lbs.
Born: June 21, 1989
Biography
2010-11 Statistics GP G A PTS PIM +/-
  32 12 16 28 20 +3
2010-11 Regular-Season Results
Date Opponent Result Statistics/Notes
HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT GAMES
Quarterfinal Round
March 12 at Boston College 2-4 L Interference penalty in second; two shots and plus-1.
March 11 at Boston College 1-4 L Scored PP goal at 11:52 of 2nd; 1 shot and minus-1.

March 5 Maine 4-4 T Goal 5:44 of 3rd, assist 17:56 of 3rd; 6 shots, plus-1.
March 4 Maine 3-4 L PP goal in third to make it 4-2; four shots, No. 3 star.
Feb. 26 at Boston College 1-2 L Assist at 17:03 of second period; 2 shots and plus-1.
Feb. 25 Boston College 3-4 L Got PP goal at 5:09 of 3rd to close scoring; two shots.
Feb. 19 at Merrimack 1-2 L No points or penalties; finished with 2 shots on goal.
Feb. 18 Merrimack 3-4 L (OT) Hooking penalty in third period; three shots, minus-2.
Feb. 12 Providence 3-3 T Had assist at 1:44 of 2nd; game-high 6 shots, plus-1.
Feb. 11 Boston University 3-4 L (OT) Goal at 3:59 of second for 3-2 lead; 3 shots, No. 3 star.
Feb. 5 at Merrimack 2-11 L Goal at 16:44 of 1st for 1-1 tie; 2 PIM, 3 shots, minus-1.
Feb. 4 at Boston College 0-5 L Slashing penalty in 3rd; finished minus-1 for the game.
Jan. 29 Northeastern 2-2 T Did not score or take any penalties; even for the game.
Jan. 28 at Northeastern 0-3 L Called for cross-checking in the first; 3 shots, minus-1.
Jan. 22 at Vermont 6-0 W Had a goal and two assists; 2 shots, plus-3, No. 2 star.
Jan. 21 at Vermont 1-2 L Point streak ended at 6 games; had four shots on goal.
Jan. 14 Mass.-Lowell 4-1 W PP assists at 4:11 of first and 1:59 of second; 2 shots.
Jan. 14 at Mass.-Lowell 5-4 W Assist in second, GWG 19:48 of 3rd; 8 shots, No. 1 star.
Jan. 8 New Hampshire 1-3 L Assisted on goal on PP at 4:52 of 2nd; 1 shot, minus-1.
Jan. 7 Northeastern 3-5 L PP assist, 7:52 of first; four shots on goal and minus-1.
Dec. 31 at Wisconsin 2-4 L Scored PPG in 1st; 2 PIM, game-high 5 shots, minus-1.
Dec. 30 at Wisconsin 1-5 L Assist on team's lone goal, 6:59 of 2nd; 2 shots, plus-1.
Dec. 12 at Maine 1-4 L No points or penalties; led team with five shots on goal.
Dec. 4 UMass-Lowell 5-2 W Scored goals in first and 3rd; 6 shots, plus-3, No. 1 star.
Nov. 27 Quinnipiac 5-2 W Goal in second period, assist in the first; 2 shots, plus-1.
Nov. 23 Vermont 4-1 W Penalty in first period; 1 shot and minus-1 for the game.
Nov. 13 at New Hampshire 3-3 T No points or penalties; finished game with three shots.
Nov. 12 at New Hampshire 0-3 L Called for hooking in 2nd, cross-check in third; 3 shots.
Nov. 6 Sweden U-20 5-1 W Exhibition game. Did not play.
Nov. 5 Army 2-5 L Injured. Did not play.
Oct. 30 at Providence 2-3 L Injured. Did not play.
Oct. 29 Providence 3-3 T Injured. Did not play.
Oct. 22 Boston University 3-4 L Had a career-high three-assist night; three shots, plus-2.
Oct. 16 at Boston University 2-2 T No points or penalties; finished minus-1 with three shots.
Oct. 9 at Minnesota 4-5 L Called for roughing at 19:33 of second; five shots, plus-1.
Oct. 8 at Minnesota 3-5 L PP assist at 4:29 of 3rd cut lead to 3-2; one shot, minus-1.
Oct. 2 New Brunswick (PS) 3-4 L (OT) Goals at 5:52 of first period and 11:36 of the third; 5 shots.

Hunter ERIC HUNTER
Team: University of Alberta (Canada West)
Position: Center
Height: 6-2  Weight: 205 lbs.
Born: Aug. 11, 1986
Biography
2010-11 Statistics GP G A PTS PIM +/-
  31 10 16 26 45 +8
2010-11 Regular-Season Results
Date Opponent Result Statistics/Notes
CIS TOURNAMENT GAMES
University Cup Playoffs at Fredericton, N.B.
March 26 McGill 3-6 L High-sticking (4 PIM) at 12:19 of third; 4 shots, minus-1.
March 25 St. Francis Xavier 1-3 L Assist on PP goal at 4:46 of second for 1-1 tie; 2 shots.
CANADA WEST TOURNAMENT GAMES
Final Round
March 12 Calgary
8-1 W PP assist in the second for 3-1 lead; 2 shots, minus-1.
March 11 Calgary
3-0 W Assist in 1st for 2-0 lead; penalty in 1st, 2 shots, plus-1.
Semifinal Round
March 5 Manitoba
2-1 W No scoring; finished game minus-1 with 1 shot on goal.
March 4 Manitoba
4-0 W Called for goaltender interference penalty at 8:39 of first.

Feb. 26 at British Columbia
4-0 W Did not play.
Feb. 25 at British Columbia
2-3 L No scoring or penalties; finished with two shots on goal.
Feb. 19 Manitoba
4-3 W (OT) No points or penalties; finished with three shots on goal.
Feb. 18 Manitoba
4-3 W (SO) Goal in 2nd for a 1-1 tie, shootout winner; 4 shots, plus-1.
Feb. 12 at Saskatchewan
4-0 W Assist on final goal at 7:40 of third; penalty in first, plus-1.
Feb. 11 at Saskatchewan
1-2 L (OT) No points or penalties; finished minus-1, 2 shots on goal.
Feb. 5 Regina
4-1 W PP goal in first, assist in third; 9 shots, plus-1, No. 1 star.
Feb. 4 Regina
5-3 W Assists in each period; 4 PIM, 5 shots, plus-3, No. 2 star.
Jan. 22 at Calgary
0-1 L Did not play. Suspended for Jan. 15 incident.
Jan. 21 Calgary
2-3 L Did not play. Suspended for Jan. 15 incident.
Jan. 15 at Lethbridge
2-4 L Seven PIM in 3rd period, including match penalty; 2 shots.
Jan. 14 at Lethbridge
9-8 W (OT) Hat trick -- goal in each period; 2 PIM, 5 shots, No. 2 star.
Jan. 8 British Columbia
2-3 L (SO) Roughing penalty in second; one shot on goal for game.
Jan. 7 British Columbia
5-2 W Scored at 15:55 of third period; 3 shots, plus-2 for game.
Jan. 3 vs. Regina
4-1 W Non-conference tournament game
Jan. 2 at SAIT
6-2 W Non-conference tournament game.
Nov. 27 at Manitoba
3-2 W No scoring or penalties; finished with one shot on goal.
Nov. 26 at Manitoba
2-4 L Scored goal at 19:07 of third period; five shots. minus-1.
Nov. 20 Saskatchewan
3-4 L (OT) No scoring or penalties; finished with four shots on goal.
Nov. 19 Saskatchewan
6-4 W Scored PP goal at 6:49 of 2nd; three shots and minus-1.
Nov. 13 at Regina
4-2 W Penalty at 0:40 of the first period; four shots and plus-1.
Nov. 12 at Regina
5-0 W Goal and 2 PP assists; 2 PIM, 5 Shots, Plus-1, No. 3 star.
Oct. 30 Calgary
2-1 W Led all players with 6 shots on goal; Penalty in first period
Oct. 29 at Calgary
5-4 W (SO) Assisted on tying goal at 19:42 of third; six shots on goal.
Oct. 23 Lethbridge
9-6 W SH goal (GWG), two assists in 2nd; 4 shots and No. 1 star.
Oct. 22 Lethbridge
8-2 W One penalty in first period, two in third;  2 shots, minus-2.
Oct. 16 at British Columbia
6-2 W Assist at 9:25 of first period; five shots, plus-1, No. 2 star.
Oct. 15 at British Columbia
2-4 L No scoring or penalties. Finished with three shots on goal.
Oct. 2 Calgary
4-1 W Assisted on goal for 4-0 lead at 16:39 of 2nd; 7 shots, 4 PIM
Oct. 1 Calgary
5-2 W Had an assist 4:15 of first period; four shots on goal, 2 PIM.
Sept. 25 Saskatchewan (PS) 4-2 W Brick Invitational Tournament championship.
Sept. 24 Regina (PS)
3-0 W Brick Invitational Tournament semifinals.
Sept. 19 at Calgary (PS)
4-1 W Goal at 13:39 of 2nd (GWG); assist at 9:43 of 3rd; 6 PIM, 3 shots.
Sept. 17 New Brunswick (PS)
2-6 L Goal at 1:37 of third period; team-high five shots, penalty in third.
Sept. 16 Concordia (PS)
9-1 W Named captain prior to preseason rout of smaller Alberta school.





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