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Pro Hockey Notes (Europe +) 10/25

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The season starts with a few newcomers to pro hockey, though their seasons started last year after Clarkson was elminated from the ECAC Hockey playoffs, as well as a few players who appear to have retired.
it looks as though Kerry Ellis-Toddington, Kyle McNulty, Mike Sullivan and Max Kolu are no longer playing competitive hockey (If anyone knows otherwise please let me know - ccarey@wdt.net).
Here is the rundown of the rest of organized hockey (i.e. every league but the NHL and AHL).
Format is: Player, team Games played goals-assists points
ECHL
Two alums playing their first full season of pro hockey this year are former Clarkson captain Scott Freeman along with Bryan Rufenach.
Scott Freeman, Bakersfield 5 4-4 8
Bryan Rufenach, Toledo 3 0-1 1
Tim Marks, Elmira 2 0-0 4
Matt Beca, Florida 4 0-2 2
CHL
Only one Clarkson alum in this league, Chris Lipsett, who has also been an assistant coach the past two years.
Chris Lipsett, Dayton 1 0-0 0
Denmark
Phil Paquet, Hvidovre 14 2-4 6
Italy
In 2003-04, juniors Chris Blight and Mac Faulkner played on the same line and helped lead Clarkson to the ECAC Hockey championship game. Faulkner scored 17 goals with 26 assists that year and Blight scored 19 goals with 20 assists. The duo are once again teammates, though I do not know if they are also linemates.
Chris Blight, Bitten/Renon 7 4-0 4
Mac Faulkner, Bitten/Renon 7 0-3 3
Great Britain
Shea Guthrie, Coventry 15 7-10 17
France
David Cayer, Strasbourg 6 2-4 6
Here's an interview with Dave, but it's in French

Germany
Rob McFeeters, ESV Kaufbeuren 7 3-4 7
Dave Reid, EHC Munchen 13 1-2 3
Finland
Lauri Tuohimaa, HIFK 1 0-0 0
Netherland
Jay Latulippe, Tilburg 6 3-13 16
Here's an interview with Latulippe from last season

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