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    MANCHESTER, NH – The Manchester Monarchs, the primary affiliate of the Los Angeles Kings, have signed defenseman Jordan Hill to a professional tryout agreement, Monarchs Director of Hockey Operations Hubie McDonough announced today.

    Hill, 22, has recorded one assist in 10 games with Manchester in two separate stints this season. The 6-foot-2, 195-pound native of Sarnia, Ontario has played 28 games with the ECHL's Ontario Reign and registered three goals and six assists for nine points (3-6=9). Hill made his professional debut with the AHL’s Manitoba Moose against Hamilton on April 4, 2010. Hill registered zero points and two penalty minutes in two games with the Moose last season. Prior to turning pro, he split the 2009-10 season between the Ontario Hockey League’s Sarnia Sting and Saginaw Spirit. Hill recorded 19 points (4-15=19) and 55 penalty minutes in 41 games with the Sting and also picked up 19 points (3-16=19) and 18 penalty minutes in 28 games with the Spirit.

    The Monarchs return to action on Friday, March 11 as they host the Worcester Sharks at the Verizon Wireless Arena in a 7:00 p.m. contest. Catch all of the play-by-play action of Monarchs hockey with Ken Cail on the Monarchs Radio Network WGAM 900/1250 AM and at Manchester Monarchs.
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    Thats one extra defenceman

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    Hmmm, but as a PTO, he can't play in the playoffs. DL better get busy finding an NCAA D-man to sign.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yog S'loth View Post
    Hmmm, but as a PTO, he can't play in the playoffs. DL better get busy finding an NCAA D-man to sign.
    Hockeys future article on the top ten ncaa players drawing interest from nhl teams. This guy sounds about right, and he went to the same school as A-Mart & Zatkoff so DL & co know the program.

    Cameron Schilling, D
    Junior, Miami University

    Miami's excellent and very deep offense is matched by their defense. One defenseman that doesn't get a lot of attention, but has caught the interest of NHL scouts is Cameron Schilling. This summer, he attended the prospects camps of the Minnesota Wild and the reigning Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks.

    The native of Carmel, Ind. has played in 33 games to date, posting 14 points (two goals, 12 assists). His plus-17 ranks tied for third on the team with Miele. Schilling earned his first ever CCHA Defenseman of the Week honor (and only one on the season) back on Jan. 3 after tallying a goal and assist in the Florida College Classic holiday tournament. Schilling can be seen playing alongside senior Vincent LoVerde on the RedHawks' second defensive pairing.

    Schilling is a defensive-minded defenseman with good size (6'2/182 lbs) that plays with an edge and moves the puck really well. He is competitive and doesn't shy away from the physical side of the game. One of Schilling's most improved attributes since his freshman year has been his skating. He has developed more speed and his footwork is noticeably smoother. Schilling plays a fairly simple yet very effective game. Schilling excels in one-on-one situations. As Schilling's body has continued to develop and strengthen, so has his ability to contain players. He moves with and handles the puck remarkably well and his outlet passes are quite good. One of Schilling's best assets is his cannon-like shot. He can get his shots on net, but could stand to shoot the puck more.
    Ten collegians drawing NHL free agent interest - Hockey's Future

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    3/11
    Worcester 3 at Manchester 1

    “I thought their goalie stood on his head,” said Monarchs Head Coach Mark Morris. “We had a lot of chances, especially in the second period. We applied a lot of pressure in the third, and I didn’t like their second goal at all, but we hung in there and came to within a whisker of tying it up.”

    “I think the combination of puck luck and a hot goalie was the difference tonight,” concluded Morris.
    Manchester Monarchs

    GOAL
    O. Moller (19) M. Cliche, J. Zeiler

    MCH out shot them 35 to 20, jones stopped 17/19
    Gamesheet: Worcester at Manchester - Mar 11, 2011
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    3/12
    Bridgeport 0 at Manchester 7


    “It’s too bad you can’t bank those, a couple of them anyway,” joked Monarchs Head Coach Mark Morris following the game. “It was a fun game to watch and I dare say that’s the first time I’ve ever seen the “wave” at the Verizon Wireless Arena. It was nice to see the fans having a good time. It was inspirational for our guys.”

    “A lot was going our way tonight – if you had the magic formula, you’d be a rich person,” said Morris when asked about the team’s victory. “It was really heart warming, especially to see Jordan Hill and Justin Johnson get on the scoresheet.”

    “I think that tonight, we had the puck luck with things going our way,” said Morris. “We came in with a good focus. These are the games that are easy to coach because you just open the door and let them play. We were working hard for one another and we had a solid goaltending effort from Zatkoff
    Notables: With goals 19 seconds apart in the first period, defenseman Jordan Hill and defenseman Jake Muzzin edged out the previous record for consecutive goals, held by right wing Bud Holloway and right wing Brandon Kozun when they recorded goals 25 seconds apart in a 5-4 overtime loss in Springfield on February 18…Hill recorded his first American Hockey League goal in tonight’s contest…The last time Manchester defeated their opponent by seven goals was April 13, 2007 against the Springfield Falcons, whom they edged out by a 7-0 margin…Goaltender Jeff Zatkoff recorded his second shutout of the season, stopping all 26 shots on goal…Right wing Oscar Moller scored the first penalty shot goal for Manchester dating back to the home opener on October 16, 2010 when Kozun scored against the Providence Bruins…The Monarchs recorded two shorthanded goals in tonight’s tilt, as Moller and center John Zeiler scored with a player in the penalty box…The last time the Monarchs scored two shorthanded goals in one game was on January 21, 2007 as left wing Noah Clarke and center Matt Ryan scored against the San Antonio Rampage with one less skater.
    Manchester Monarchs

    GOALS
    J. Azevedo (17) V. Voynov, O. Moller
    J. Hill (1) O. Moller, M. Cliche
    J. Muzzin (2) D. Kolomatis, C. Elkins PP
    O. Moller (20) SH.PS
    J. Zeiler (5) D. Meckler SH
    J. Johnson (2) J. Zeiler, P. Mullen PP
    J. Zeiler (6) V. Voynov, J. Johnson

    Zatkoff stopped 26/26 for the shutout.

    Johnson had a goal, an assist, and two fights!!!
    Gamesheet: Bridgeport at Manchester - Mar 12, 2011
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    3/13
    Manchester 4 at Portland 2

    “Things sure didn’t start out the way we scripted it, but we came on steadily as the game progressed,” explained Monarchs Head Coach Mark Morris following the victory in Portland. “Being down 2-0 early to a strong team like Portland isn’t the ideal way to go about trying to muster a road win, but we found a way.”

    “A strong goaltending effort from ‘Zats’ (Jeff Zatkoff) helped us kill off several penalties and we did a nice job denying the Portland entries into our zone,” said Morris. “We eventually found our scoring touch to pull ahead late on a nice tip-in by Jordan Nolan on a Jake Muzzin shot. Bud Holloway added an insurance goal to help us secure an important game.”

    “It was a character win against a solid team in a playoff-type atmosphere,” concluded Morris.
    Notables: With the victory tonight, the Monarchs broke Portland goaltender David Leggio’s 10 game winning streak, dating back to January 14…Goaltender Jeff Zatkoff has not recorded a regulation loss in his last four appearances, collecting a record of 3-0-1-0 during that span…Defenseman Jake Muzzin has three points in his last two games (1-2=3)…Center John Zeiler has recorded five points over his last three games, including three goals and two assists (3-2=5)…Center Oscar Moller’s eight shots on goal tied center Andrei Loktionov’s season-high total for shots on goal, set on December 19 against the Worcester Sharks…Manchester has out-shot their opponent in 14 of their last 16 contests.
    Manchester Monarchs

    GOALS
    J. Muzzin (3) C. Elkins, D. Kolomatis
    J. Zeiler (7) D. Meckler
    J. Nolan (5) J. Muzzin, V. Voynov
    B. Holloway (24) EN

    Zatkoff stopped 26/28

    Moller was credited with 8 of the Monarchs 37 shots
    Gamesheet: Manchester at Portland - Mar 13, 2011
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    “It’s too bad you can’t bank those, a couple of them anyway,” joked Monarchs Head Coach Mark Morris following the game. “It was a fun game to watch and I dare say that’s the first time I’ve ever seen the “wave” at the Verizon Wireless Arena. It was nice to see the fans having a good time. It was inspirational for our guys.
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    Update....Moller wit a 4pt night and Hickey gets a fighting major.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hipcheck View Post
    update....moller wit a 2 goal night and hickey gets a fighting major.

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    ftfy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bollocks View Post
    ftfy.
    Thanks...misleading headline I didnt double check.
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