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By Adam McLaughlin (@audio_adam) 


1:41 p.m. - I think if Storm start tonight how they ended last night in the 3rd period, should be just fine. I thought Lavigne was spectacular last night. Could very well be him again. 


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Tri-City Storm Indiana Ice
# Pos Name # Pos Name
2 D Sean Lang 1 G Dom Prosser
3 D Tory Dello 2 D Chris Martenet
4 D Cutler Martin 4 D Ryan Mantha
5 D Grant Hutton 5 D Michael Preston
6 D Kevin Kerr 6 D Matt Roy
7 D Donovan Gardiner 7 D Austin Kosack
8 D Jalen Schulz 8 D Joshua Jacobs
9 F Ryan McMurphy 9 F Jason Salvaggio
10 F Kyle Eastman 11 D Vince Pedrie
11 F Austin Poganski 12 F Aiden Muir
13 F Garrett Gamez 15 F Alex Talcott
14 F Chase Berger 16 F Tyler Andrew
15 D Fredric Larsson 17 F Tyler Pham
16 F Nick Hutchison 18 F Patrick Newell
17 F Nolan Aibel 19 F Jacob Pritchard
18 D Daniel Fritz 21 F Dwyer Tschantz
19 F Drew Mayer 24 F Sam Kurker
20 F Conner Valesano 26 F Brian Pinho
22 F Joey DiBenedetto 29 G Jason Pawloski
23 F Cody Milan 30 G Hayden Stewart
24 F Daniel Labosky 33 F Timothy Shoup
26 F Patrick Curry 88 F Denis Smirnov
30 G Jacob Johansson 89 F Joe Sullivan
41 G Hayden Lavigne 90    F Scott Conway
44 F Chris Wilkie 91 F Mitch Hults



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Tuesday, May 7, 2013


KEARNEY, Neb. – The Tri-City Storm made history with their first round selection in Phase 2 of the 2013 USHL Draft by selecting forward Chris Wilkie, an Omaha native who will be the first ever player from Nebraska on the club’s roster.

“We were going to take the best player available and that’s what we felt Chris was,” Storm head coach and general manager Josh Hauge said. But it’s an added bonus to say that he’s from our area. It makes our pick even more special. We were lucky enough to be in the number two spot to take him right away.”

Wilkie played with the United States National Team Development Program last season, appearing in 56 games and scoring 31 points with 13 goals and 18 assists. He also played six games for Team USA in the U17 World Challenge and amassed nine points on three goals and six assists.

At 16-years-old, Wilkie stands at 5-feet 10-inches and weighs 172 pounds.

“He’s going to be an extremely skilled hockey player,” Hauge said. “He’s got a dynamic skill set and what’s even more impressive is how hard and physical he plays. He’s going to be a leader for us and I’m really excited about him coming into our locker room.”

Before the NTDP, Wilkie played for the Omaha Lancers Midget Minor team. He was coached by his father David, a former NHL player with the Montreal Canadians, Tampa Bay Lightning and New York Rangers from 1994-2001.

“I think you can tell he’s been coached very well by his father growing up and he’s got a hockey pedigree,” Hauge said. “But I think that Chris has written his own chapter and he’s a guy that’s going to make his own mark on the game because he’s so talented. Chris has done all the work.”

The second overall pick is also committed to play collegiately at North Dakota.

“We think he’ll be ready to play college hockey after one season and hopefully, if we do our job, he’ll be a high-end NHL Draft pick,” Hauge said. “He’s ready to come in and be a marquee player for a franchise in our league and I think that’s what he’s going to do here.”







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