Blind River Beavers: Alumni

PRO HOCKEY

Nick played defence for the Beavers during the 2002-03 season. He was a 7th round pick of the Barrie Colts in the OHL. He went on to have a stellar career in the OHL and is currently playing professionally for Asiago HC in the Italian Elite League. Asiago were the 2009-10 Italian Elite League Champions.  Represented Italy at the 2010 Olympics held in Vancouver.  OHL & Pro stats from www.hockeydb.com .

 

 

 



MAJOR JR. A 

Micky Sartoretto

Saginaw Spirit

Micky was recently traded from the Kitchener Rangers to the Spirit.

Statistics

Regular Season

SeasonTeam         GPGAPTS+/-PIM

2010/2011   

Saginaw Spirit

       8

0

0

0

-4

2

2009/2010

Kitchener Rangers

      43

3

4

7

-1

14

2008/2009

Kitchener Rangers 

      49

7

4

11

-4

25

SeasonTeam       GPGAPTS+/-PIM
2009/2010    Kitchener Rangers        18 1 0 1 -1 14

 



DIVISION 1

NCAA D-1

MINNESOTA STATE 

Position: F
Height: 6-0
Weight: 210
Class: Senior
Hometown: Bloomington, Minn.

2008-09:  Three of his goals in 2008-09 were game-winning tallies...Totalled 8-2--10 in 26 games on the season...Scored GWGs vs. Bemidji State (4-2, Oct. 11), Michigan Tech (3-2 in overtime, Nov. 21) and Colorado College (3-1, Jan. 10) and now has four for his three-year MSU career...+5 for 2008-09 ranked fifth on the team.... WCHA All-Academic selection.

2007-08: 
Amassed 11-7--19 in 34 games to finish eighth on the team scoring charts. ...Improved his offensive output from four points his freshman year in 2006-07 to 18 points in 2007-08 for a 14-point increase and was named team’s Most Improved Player ...Completed the 2007-08 campaign tied for second on the team with 11 goals...Named the WCHA Offensive Player of the Week for his performance in a two-game sweep over St. Cloud State Jan. 25-26 during which he racked up two-goals and two assists vs. the Huskies...His + 10 for the year tied for third amongst the Mavericks and his .200 shooting percentage (11 goals on 55 shots) ranked second...WCHA All-Academic selection.

2006-07:  Saw action in 25 games in debut season with the Mavericks...Tallied first career goal Dec. 8 in 3-3 tie with the University of Denver...Assisted on a goal by Kurtis Kisio in 2-1 loss in Mankato vs. the University of Minnesota Dec. 2.

THE WILEY FILE:  Had 22-17—39 in 20 GP with Blind River of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League in 2004-05…2004 Bloomington Kennedy High School grad where he was coached by former MSU graduate assistant coach Todd Kennedy.       



Lake Superior State University Lakers: CCHA 

 Position: Forward

 Year: Junior

 Last Team: Blind River (NOJHL)

Prior to LSSU: Was third on the team in scoring with 16 goals and 26 assists in 50 games and scored three short-handed goals for the Blind River Beavers of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League in 2007-08...Helped lead Blind River to the Western Division's top record of 33-9-8...Played for the Soo Indians and Marquette Electricians AAA midget teams...Red-shirted in 2008-09.



Lake Superior State University Lakers:CCHA

2003-04 Lake Superior State University NCAA 28 2 5 7 2

2004-05 Lake Superior State University NCAA 33 6 4 10 30

2005-06 Lake Superior State University NCAA 36 4 11 15 30

2006-07 Lake Superior State University NCAA 42 13 15 28 20

Prior to LSSU: Led the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League in scoring with 56 goals and 54 assists in 2002-03...Was a teammate of LSSU freshman Barnabas Birkeland on the Soo Junior Greyhounds and played for local coach Jim Capy...Played for the Soo Thunderbirds of the NOJHL in 2001-02 and was a NOJHL Rookie of the Year for the Blind River Barons in 2000-01.

After LSSU:200708  Villard-de-Lans France                  25 10 9 19 37

                  2008-09  Bloomington PrairieThunder/ IHL    22   2 3   5  6



CIS

CIS

University of Guelph Gryphons:

 YEAR

 TEAM

League 

GP

G

A

Pts

PIM

2003-04 Blind River Beavers   NOJHL

48

38

40

78

61

2005-06  U. of Guelph CIS

21

13

18

31

21 

2006-07  U. of Guelph CIS

24

21

10

31

30

2007-08  U. of Guelph CIS

21

4

5

9

10

2008-09  U. of Guelph CIS 

27

6

7

13

20

Thomas played 2 1/2 seasons with the Beavers. He holds almost all single season and career point totals. In 2003-04 he led the NOJHL in scoring. Over 4 seasons at Guelph he had 44 goals and 40 assist for 84 points in  93 games.



Nipissing University Lakers

David begins his 2nd season with the Nipissing Lakers. He was a solid stay at home defender with the Beavers.

Blind River Beavers  2006-07 

  46 2 10 12 112 1 0 0 0

                 


Nipissing University Lakers

Billy had an outstanding Jr. hockey career finishing up with the Beavers. He is starting his freshman season with the Lakers.

Blind River Beavers 2008-09

  28 1683:15 92 4 14 14 0 1 1046 0.919 3.28



DIVISION 3

NCAA D-3 

ArtClark-U-Wisconsin Superior

Mike Bernardy-St. Norberts College

Matt Buha –U-Wisconsin-Stevens Point

Billy Schill-Marion College

Jeff Wills-Marion College

Shane Bailey-U-Wisconsin-Superior

Nick Zilka-Hamline College

Sam Yearsley-St. Scholastica College

Anthony Libonati-Becker College

Korey O’Brien-U-Wisconsin-Stevens Point

J.P.Perpich-Augsberg College

Justin Ladouce-Finlandia College

Mike Wuthrich-Finlandia College

Matt Dozois-Wentworth

Josh McCully-Westfield State

Sam Foley-Plattsburgh State

Trent Kreuger-Western New England College

Duncan Green-Ohio University