Showing posts with label Cedar Rapids RoughRiders. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Cedar Rapids RoughRiders. Show all posts

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Dubuque Fighting Saints: Defenseman Dylan Chanter hurt in fight (Video)

My thought and prayers are with Dylan Chanter. Sounded like an ugly incident, no one wants to see this happen in a hockey game. Thank God the kid is okay and if we get an update of his status I will pass it along.

The United States Hockey League has suspended Saturday night's Dubuque Fighting Saints and Cedar Rapids RoughRiders game following an injury to Dubuque defenseman Dylan Chanter. The RoughRiders held a 2-0 lead over the Fighting Saints when the injury occurred midway through the second period at the Cedar Rapids Ice Arena.
Chanter was injured when he fell to the ice following a fight. He was attended to by trainers and medical staff on site, and was transported to a local hospital shortly following. Chanter was conscious following the injury and when he was removed from the arena.
The Fighting Saints will provide an update on Chanter when one becomes available. Additional information about the resumption of Saturday night's game will come at a later date.
The United States Hockey League announced that the game between the Dubuque Fighting Saints and Cedar Rapids RoughRiders on Saturday, October 12th has been suspended. Dubuque Fighting Saints defenseman Dylan Chanter was injured after falling to the ice at the 11:58 mark of the second period during the game, played at the Cedar Rapids Ice Arena in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
He was immediately attended to at the arena by medical personnel before being transported to a local hospital for further care. While all parties are awaiting further information, Chanter was conscious as he was transported from the arena.
The Office of the Commissioner and general management of both the Fighting Saints and the RoughRiders concurred that it was in the best interest of the players not to continue the contest.
Further details as to the player’s condition, as well as a rescheduling of the game, will be issued by the Commissioner's Office as soon as they are available.

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Saturday, March 09, 2013

UND Recruit Jack Rowe Strikes First

University of North Dakota recruit Jack Rowe (19) struck first against the Waterloo Black Hawks in USHL Friday night action on March 8, 2013.  The Cedar Rapids RoughRiders would go on to beat the Black Hawks 2-1 at Young Arena in Waterloo, Iowa.

Sunday, December 02, 2012

UND Recruit Jack Rowe - 1 December 2012

Cedar Rapids RoughRiders Forward Jack Rowe tallied an assist to Judd Peterson in the 2nd period in a rare Thursday night game against the Chicago Steel on November 29, 2012.  He followed that up with another assist to Bryson Cianfrone in the 3rd period against the Dubuque Fighting Saints on December 1, 2012.

Friday, November 23, 2012

UND Recruit Jack Rowe - 22 November 2012

Cedar Rapids RoughRiders forward Jack Rowe in the annual Thanksgiving Day battle against local rival Waterloo Black Hawks.  The RoughRiders battled hard against a talented Black Hawks team, ultimately falling 4-3.

Saturday, March 03, 2012

Barnstorming and a Hat Trick

It has been a tumultuous season for the USHL's Cedar Rapids RoughRiders, even more so on the road. Plagued with injuries, the team found themselves with a 19-18-8 overall record, 6-14-3 on the road, headed into their game last night in Lincoln. After ending the regular season on top last year, it is difficult to stomach being buried in 5th in the league. Yet something lit these guys on fire last night as they took on the 27-14-4 Lincoln Stars at the Ice Box, led by 19 year old forward Davey Middleton, in what can only be called an exhibition of well-executed play.

Gerald Mayhew led the attack with a goal in the 1st period that was answered in the second by Stars forward Markus McCrea. It was Davey Middleton who came out swinging in the third, kicking it off with an early goal. When Stars forward and Grand Forks native Luke Johnson responded in kind, Davey lit it up two more times to complete his hat trick, rounding out his night with an assist to Ryan McGrath on an empty net goal.

Middleton started his season with the Tri-City Storm having an almost silent single goal and single assist record in his 10 games played. Since coming to the RoughRiders, Davey has played 23 games scoring 7 goals and 7 assists. He has been a quiet, but effective force for the RoughRiders to date. He does not have an announced college commitment.

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Andrew Oglevie's Hit

17 year old Andrew Oglevie of the USHL's Cedar Rapids RoughRiders put quite a hit on Fargo Force Captain Brian Cooper, dumping him into the RoughRiders bench.  Andrew is committed to Notre Dame.
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