By Jr. Totems 06/12/2008, 6:00am PDT
By Jr. Totems 06/05/2008, 1:47pm PDT
By Jr. Totems 05/28/2008, 8:58am PDT
By Jr. Totems 05/28/2008, 8:56am PDT
By Timothy Oshie 05/13/2008, 7:50am PDT
Totems 08/09 rookie of the year Shawn Pauly has made the Wenatchee Wild of the North American Hockey League. The Totems are very proud of Shawn and wish him best of luck this season with the wild!
Shawn joins a long list of Totems alumni that have moved up to the next level from the Totems.....Click on the alumni tab to see where they are now!
Former SJHA and Totems star Brian Morgan was killed tragically Saturday morning in a car accident..... Please keep Morgys Family in your thoughts and prayers.
Totems owners Gord Whitaker and Michael Murphy are devastated by the news...... #17 Brian Morgan was just 23 yrs old. Once a player pulls on the Totems jersey they are part of the family for life! The Totems loved Brian Morgan, he will be missed.
Your 1st place Seattle Totems (24-4-0, 1st overall in NorPac) will host their cross sound rival Puget Sound Tomahawks (13-14-0) this Wednesday night, December 31st at 7:05pm at Olympic View Arena.Seattle will travel to Bremerton to finish off the home and home series on January 1st at 7:35pm.
The Totems will host last seasons division championship series opponent, the Titans of Tri Cities on Friday, January 2nd and Saturday, January 3rd at OVA. Both games start at 8:05pm.
Head Coach Mike Murphy stated "This is a tough way to start off the stretch drive having four games in four nights. We battled through a 17 day layoff then played 8 games in 12 days then the schedule put us back on another 17 day layoff before this week. Puget always plays us tough and Tri Cities is 8-2 in their last 10 games. We have our work cut out for us after the extended break with many of the players spending extra time at home before returning to Seattle. We have been blessed with some exceptional goaltending lately, that will have to continue due to some key players still being on IR".
Who's Hot?? #16, Captain Tanner Schulze leads the scoring race in NorPac with 65 pts. and also leads the league in assists with 40. #15 Kyle Stoumbaugh (NorPac single season scoring record holder 134 pts.) is in second place with 59 pts. #26 Spencer Galvin holds down 4th in scoring but is leading NorPac with 27 goals. #18 Quinn Snider leads all NorPac defensmen with 12 goals, and 22 assists. Goalie Miles Klingenberg is 4-0-0 with a 1.91 gaa and a .941 sp since joining the Totems. Nick Cafrelli has been a solid 7-2-0, 2.62 gaa, .924 sp and 1 shutout. The Totems continue to lead NorPac on special teams with a sizzling 23.17% powerplay and an 88.41% penalty kill that has included 16 shorthanded goals for.
In the last ten games leading into the break Seattle has had plenty of hot hands in the scoring race with Galvin collecting 11g, 14a. Schulze has 7g, 18a, and Stoumbaugh with 9g, 14a and 2 gwg's. Chris Beede has started heating things up around the net as well with 8 goals, 11 assists and a gwg. Shawn Pauly has also been lighting the lamp of late with 7 goals, 12 assists and a gwg.
Come out and get your New Years Eve started right and support your hometown Totems this week. Tickets available at the door.
Despite being down to the Tri City Titans 2-1 on Friday and 3-1 on Saturday the Seattle Totems battled back to win both games by scores of 4-3 and 5-4 at the Toyota Center in Tri Cities. Special teams played a big part in the victories as the Totems scored on 4 of 9 powerplay chances.
Friday night the Totems were led on the scoreboard by Shawn Pauly with 2 goals and 1 assist, captain Tanner Schulze (1g, 1a), Kyle Stoumbaugh (1g, 1a) and Jake Radermacher (1g, 1a) potted the game winner.
Saturday night Spencer Galvin continued his push towards the top of the NorPac scoring race with 2 goals. Galvin finds himself in 4th place in scoring behind Schulze (37 pts), Stoumbaugh (36 pts) and Eugene's Michael Frei (32 pts). Chris Beede got the Totems rolling early in the first period but the Titans jumped out to a 3-1 lead. A shorthanded goal by Nick Guzman exiting the penalty box tied it up for Seattle before Kyle Stoumbaugh finished them off with 1:47 remaining in the game. Quinn Snider also picked up 2 big assists on the night.
Nick Cafrelli stepped right in after just one practice with Seattle and earned both wins in goal posting an outstanding .917 save percentage.
The Totems next home games are Tuesday, November 25th and Wednesday the 26th vs the River City Jaguars. These two games will begin a grueling 5 games in 6 night stretch that Seattle must endure.
The Pacific division leading 10-1-0 Seattle Totems return home for a four game home stand facing the Lakers of Couer dAlene in a special Thursday night tilt. Game time is 8:15pm
The 3rd place Lakers gave the Totems their first loss of the season this last Friday night in 10-7 shootout. Seattle bounced back on Saturday night to defeat the Lakers 5-1.
Friday and Saturday night the Totems will square off with the #2 team in NorPac, the Eugene Generals(6-2-0) at 6:30pm both nights.
This 2 game series should be exciting as these two teams boast arguably the top three forwards in the division with Kyle Stoumbaugh and Tanner Schulze(Seattle) and Michael Frei (Eugene). This weekend will also showcase the top four goaltenders in the west with Kevin Maile(5-0), Chris Beadles (5-1) vs Kevin Aslett(4-1) and Nolan Ohmart(2-1). With the Totems and Generals leading the League in shots and special teams these games will be high paced, high scoring old school hockey.
Game time Thursday is 8:15pm. Game time Friday and Saturday is 6:30pm. Next game for Seattle will be Sunday 11/2/08 vs the Tri City Titans at 6:30pm at Olympic View Arena.
The NorPac leading Seattle Totems (36-6-0) won their 8th straight game 5-1 over the Eugene Generals (35-8-0) at Lane County Ice Arena in Eugene, Oregon. The Totems travel to Medford, Oregon for two games vs the Rogue Valley Wranglers Saturday at 8:05pm and Sunday at 4:05pm. Both games can be seen by logging on to roguevalleywranglers.com.
The win Friday night comes on the heals of a pair of road victories over the Couer d'Alene Lakers by scores of 7-4 and 5-3. Goalies Kevin Maile (12-1-0, 2.62gaa, .905sp) and Nick Cafrelli (11-3-0, 2.39gaa, .926sp) picked up the wins for the Totems.
The win over the Generals was propelled by Spencer Galvin (3g), Kyle Stoumbaugh (1g, 4a) and rookie Shawn Pauly (1g, 2a, gwg). Goalie Miles Klingenberg (8-1-0, 2.32gaa, .926sp) stood tall in net for Seattle turning aside 23 of 24 shots.
The season series with Eugene is now tied at 3 games each. The series will conclude next Sunday and Monday in Eugene. Both games are at 5:50pm and can be seen by logging on to eugenegenerals.com. The Totems will conclude the regular season February 20 and 21 at home vs the Puget Sound Tomahawks. Both games will be at 7:05pm at Olympic View Arena.
These last two series will not only decide 1st place in the Pacific division but will likely decide first place overall in NorPac with which the victor will hold home ice advantage throughout the playoffs. The games with Puget Sound could also hold their playoff fate as the Tomahawks are in a tight battle with Tri Cities for the final playoff spot.
Coach Mike Murphy stated "The team is just starting to play to their potential but we have yet to put our best 20 players on the ice at once due to various injuries on the season. Tonight was a big game for both us and Eugene and to come away with the win in Eugene's building was important, especially without Sam Ballenger, WHL vet Eric English and penalty killing specialist Anthony Patt. While it was nice to get Paulos Shiferaw back in the lineup we are still a bit dinged up but we should be healthy and whole by the time playoffs start. We have been trying to just roll 4 lines and work on the development of our kids. It is hard when you have players that could be running away with the scoring title but they come up short on shifts that they might be getting with other teams. The vets know how important it is to have depth in the lineup if we want to make another run at nationals and they have been willing to sacrifice some playing time to help develop the rookies."
Around the League; Captain Tanner Schulze leads all scorers with 87 points and 9 game winning goals. Kyle Stoumbaugh is second in scoring with 86 points but leads the league with 53 assists. Spencer Galvin is tied for 1st with 13 powerplay goals. 16 year old rookie Shawn Pauly leads all 1992 born players with 25 goals, 27 assists, 52 points and 4 game winning goals.
Dont miss your 2008/09 NorPac regular season champion Seattle Totems final two regular season games this Friday and Saturday night at OVA Arena. Warmups are at 615pm and the game puck drops at 645. It will be the last regular season games for some of the all time great Totems including Seattle's all time leading scorer Tanner Schulze with close to 400 points. and Kyle Stoumbaugh who set the Norpac single season scoring record last year with 134 points. Stoumbaugh looks to close out his NorPac career with 142 goals and 212 assists in 173 games. Other 20 year olds playing their last games for the Totems will be Spencer Galvin who has 44 goals this year trailing only Schulze's 48 for the league lead in goals scored this year. Totems enforcers Big Jon Carpenter and Eric English and NorPacs defensive scoring leaders Quinn Snider and Taylor Perkins along with recently aquired Seattle native Steven Ringstad and Willie Swanson will be playing their last games for the green and white. Get to the arena early on Saturday night as the Totems will honor their senior players before the game!
The Seattle Totems (33-6-0) remained in first place in the NorPac Junior A hockey league after defeating the third place River City Jaguars on Thursday and the Rogue Valley Wranglers Friday and Saturday nights at Olympic View Arena.
Thursday night the Totems battled their way to a 5-4 overtime win over the Jaguars. Seattle was led by the efforts of 16 year old Shawn Pauly from Bellingham, Wa. who scored 4 goals including the exciting game winner that had the crowd on its feet. Pauly has been one of the hottest players for the Totems of late with 9 goals in his last 5 games. Miles Klingenberg (7-0-0) picked up the win in net.
Friday night the Totems defeated the Wranglers 6-0. Kevin Maile (11-2-0) was solid in the pipes for Seattle turning away 32 shots. NorPac scoring leader Tanner Schulze scored twice in the victory.
On Saturday, Seattle blew the game wide open in the second period scoring 5 goals enroute to a 10-2 victory. Eight players recorded multiple points in the contest led by Steve Ringstad (2g), Shawn Pauly (2g, both shorthanded, 1a), Tanner Schulze (2g, 1a), Jon Carpenter (1g, 2a), Eric English (3a), Jake Radermacher (1g, 2a), Kyle Stoumbaugh (1g, 1a) and Spencer Galvin (1g, 1a). Nick Cafrelli (10-3-0) collected the win over his former team.
With the victory over River City the Totems won the regular season series vs the Jags 8-0-0. Seattle also closed out the Tri City Titans with a perfect 8-0-0 record for the season. The Totems are in Couer d'Alene next weekend starting off seven games in a row on the road including three vs the Eugene Generals which will likely decide the top spot in NorPac. Seattle's next home games will be against the Puget Sound Tomahawks on February 20th and 21st at Olympic View Arena. These will be the last regular season games for the Totems prior to playoffs as they prepare for another run towards Junior A nationals in Marlborough, Mass.
Come out and support the hottest team in the Puget Sound area.