Philadelphia Flyers’ Carter Hart, left, blocks a shot as Detroit Red Wings’ Justin Abdelkader, center, and Travis Sanheim look for the rebound during the first period of an NHL hockey game, Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2018, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

Philadelphia Flyers’ Carter Hart, left, blocks a shot as Detroit Red Wings’ Justin Abdelkader, center, and Travis Sanheim look for the rebound during the first period of an NHL hockey game, Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2018, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

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SILVERTIPS ALUMNI

Here’s the full list of Silvertips alumni playing/coaching in professional hockey. If you have a correction/addition, please reach out to jhorton@heraldnet.com.

All stats and information are up-to-date as of Wednesday. All statistics are via Eliteprospects.com.

NHL

G Carter Hart — Philadelphia Flyers — 2013-2018 (years in Everett)

The legend of Hart’s rookie season with the Flyers continues to grow, as the former Silvertips netminder was named the NHL player association’s player of the week after a 3-0-0 stretch in which Hart posted a .931 save percentage and a 2.27 goals against average. He was also named the NHL’s rookie of the month for January.

Most recently, Hart turned away a career-high 41 shots in 2-1 win over the Canucks. He’s a major reason why the Flyers have won eight consecutive games and have emerged out of the Metropolitan Division’s basement and are now seven points back of a playoff spot.

Full statline (NHL): 16 games played, 2.48 GAA, .925 %

D Radko Gudas — Philadelphia Flyers — 2009—2010

Full statline: 51 games, two goals, 11 assists

D Ryan Murray — Columbus Blue Jackets — 2009-2012

Has logged over 20 minutes of ice time in four of his last five games and has skated plenty of shifts with Seth Davis, a viable Norris Trophy candidate and a former Silvertips’ draft pick and Portland Winterhawk. He recently missed the Blue Jacket’s 6-3 win over the Avalanche on Tuesday because of a left ankle injury.

Full statline: 50 games, one goal, 24 assists.

D Mirco Mueller — New Jersey Devils — 2012-2014

Full statline: 35 games, zero goals, seven assists

C/RW Jujhar Khaira — Edmonton Oilers — 2013-2014

Full statline: 48 games, three goals, 13 assists.

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AHL

C Byron Froese — Laval Rocket — 2008—2010

Full statline: 45 games, 14 goals, 15 assists.

C Landon Ferraro — Iowa Wild — 2010-2011

The former Silvertips captain has been out most of the season with a lower-body injury.

Full statline: 12 games, two goals, three assists

RW/LW — Nikita Scherbak — Onterio Reign — 2014-2015

Full statline: Nine games, one goal, three assists

LW Dawson Leedahl — Hartford Wolf Pack — 2012-2016

Full statline: 24 games, zero goals, zero assists

D Noah Juulsen — Laval Rocket — 2013-2017

Juulsen put together a stellar start to the season was derailed due to taking two pucks to the face in a game against Washington on Nov. 19. He eventually returned to the lineup on Dec. 11 and played four games before being sent back to Laval, where he played three games before being put on the shelf yet again.

The Canadiens announced on Feb. 1 that the 21-year-old was dealing with a vision-related injury and is out indefinitely. The release also dispelled an earlier report that the injury could be career-threatening. It’s a situation worth monitoring.

Full statline (In Montreal): 21 games, one goals, four assists

LW Matt Fonteyne — San Jose Barracuda — 2012-2018

Full statline: 26 games, fourth goals, three assists

D Kevin Davis — Colorado Eagles — 2012-2018

Davis collected two assists in a 5-4 overtime win over Tucson.

Full statline (in Colorado): 17 games, one goal, eight assists

C Garrett Pilon — Hershey Bears — 2017-2018

The 20-year-old leads all Hershey rookies in points with 18 in 46 games played.

Full statline: 46 games, three goals, 15 assists.

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ECHL

RW Cody Fowlie — Jacksonville IceMen — 2010-2013

After collecting five points over his last five games, the 6-foot forward is third on the Icemen with 22 points.

Full statline: 45 games, 10 goals, 12 assists

LW/C Joshua Winquist — Utah Grizzlies (injured reserve)— 2009-2014

Winquist has yet to return since being placed on injured reserve after just five games. He was off to a torrid start with four goals and four assists in eight games.

Full statline: five games, four goals, four assists

G Austin Lotz — ? — 2011-2015

Lotz isn’t listed on the Phantoms’ roster and his hockey playing status is unknown — it appears he may have been released by the Brampton Beast. But that might have something with the birth of his child in early Jan.

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Full statline: Six games, 3.63 GAA, .872

C Brayden Low — Reading Royals — 2012-2015

The 24-year-old owns six points (three goals, three assists) in his last five games.

Full statline: 36 games, eight goals, nine assists

D Brycen Martin — Maine Mariners — 2015-2016

Full statline: 37 games, five goals, 11 assists

RW/LW Patrick Bajkov — Florida Everblades — 2013-2018

Bajkov was assigned to the Everblades from the

Full statline (in Springfield): 17 games, three goals, two assists; (in Florida): D Ondrej Vala — Idaho Steelheads — 2017-2018

Vala has split time between the AHL and ECHL this season, but he’s spent the most time with the Steelheads, where he boasts a +7 rating, third amongst Idaho defensemen.

Full statline (in Idaho): 26 games, two goals, six assists

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College/University

USports (CIS)

LW Ryan Chynoweth — Lethbridge — 2010-2013

Full statline: 20 games, seven goals, three assists

RW Zach McPhee — University of Regina — 2010-2013

Full statline: 25 games, four goals, three assists

D Michael Zipp — Acadia University — 2012-2014

Full statline: 23 games, zero goals, two assists

LW Mitch Skapski — Ryerson University — 2012-2014

Full statline: 16 games, one goal, two assists

C Kohl Bauml — University of Saskatchewan — 2011-2015

The fourth-year forward Bauml has solidified himself as one of the Huskies’ top scorers with 29 points in 26 games, which is tied for for first on his team (with former Silvertips teammate Carson Stadnyk). Saskatchewan currently leads Canada West with 38 points, one point ahead of Alberta, which won the Davis Johnston University Cup last season. The University Cup is scheduled to be played in Lethbridge, Alberta this season.

Full statline: 26 games, nine goals, 20 assists

C/RW Tyler Sandhu — University of British Columbia — 2012-2015

Full statline: 26 games, four goals, 11 assists

C/LW Nikolas Malencia — York University — 2014-2015

Full statline: 12 games, zero goals, zero assists.

RW/C Carson Stadnyk — University of Saskatchewan — 2011-2016

The 23-year-old forward leads the Huskies in both points (26) and goals (11). The Huskies certain have a significant Everett flavor to their roster.

Full statline: 26 games, 12 goals, 17 assists

D Cole MacDonald — St Francis Xavier University — 2012-2016

Full statline: 20 games, four goals, 15 assists.

D Lucas Skrumeda — University of Manitoba — 2014-2017

Boasts five assists in his last four games.

Full statline: 22 games, three goals, eight assists

D Mackenzie Dwyer — University of Manitoba — 2015-2017

Full statline: 25 games, one game, five assists

RW Devon Skoleski — University of Manitoba — 2015-2017

Full statline: 23 games, four games, six assists

RW Keith Anderson — University of Regina — 2016-2017

Full statline: 11 games, zero games, one assist

RW Cal Babych — University of Calgary — 2016-2017

Full statline: Hasn’t played.

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British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL)

D Austin Adam — Simon Fraser — 2011-2014

Full statline: 11 games, zero goals, five assists

F Spencer Gerth — Trinity Western — 2014-2017, 2017-2018

Gerth is having a nice season in his first collegiate season for the dominant Trinity Western Spartans, who lead the BCIHL with 29 points and boast a +29 goal differential.

Full statline: 16 games, three goals, nine assists

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Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC)

C Ty Mappin — Red Deer College — 2011-2013

Full statline: 20 games, three goals, 15 assists

LW Jake Mykitiuk — Northern Alberta Institute of Technology — 2014-2015

The short-lived Silvertip player leads NAIT with 29 points in 22 games a year after leading the ACAC with 42 points in 28 games last season as a first-year player. He boasts six points (two goals, four assists) in his last four games.

Full statline: 22 games, 10 goals, 19 assists

D Jantzen Leslie — Red Deer College — 2014-2016

Full statline: 16 games, two goals, three assists

LW Brandon Ralph — Northern Alberta Institute of Technology — 2015-2016

Full statline: 19 games, nine goals, 14 assists

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Overseas

Czech Extraliga (Czech top league)

D Ivan Baranka — HC Kometa Brno — 2003-2005

The 33-year-old defenseman requested his release from HC Vitrovice and signed a contract with his new club, HC Kometa Brno on Jan. 11.

Full statline: seven games, two goals, one assist.

C Peter Mueller — HC Kometa Brno — 2005-2007

The 30-year-old is tied for the Czech league lead in goals (22) and is fourth in points (42). He has five points (three goals, two assists) in his last four games.

Full statline: 39 games, 22 goals, 19 assists

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Swedish Hockey League (SHL, Sweden top league)

RW Shane Harper — Obero HK — 2005-2010

Has a goal and five assists in his last four games.

Full statline: 38 games, six goals, 16 assists

D Rasmus Rissanen — Obero HK — 2009-2011

Full statline: 34 games, zero goals, one assist.

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Erste Bank Eishockey Liga (EBEL, Austria’s top league)

LW John Lammers — HC TWK Innsbruck — 2005-2006

Innsbruck’s assistant captain is third on the team in points (42) and second in assists (27).

Full statline: 44 games, 15 goals, 27 assists

G Leland Irving — HC Bolzano — 2003-2008

The 30-year-old netminder is having a great season as Bolzano’s No. 1 goaltender, with a 2.30 goals against average and a .924 save percentage in 34 games, both of which are second in the EBEL.

Full statline: 37 games, 2.33 GAA, .924 %

D Jonathan Harty — Fehervar AV19 — 2004-2008

Full statline: 43 games, four goals, 12 assists

C/RW Dario Winkler — EC Salzberg — 2015-2016

Has four points (0ne goal, three assists) in four games.

Full statline: 38 games, four goals, eight assists

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Deutsche Eishockey Liga (DEL, Germany’s top league)

C/LW Chad Bassen — Nurnberg Ice Tigers — 2003-2004

Full statline: 42 games, six goals, 14 assists

D Dominik Bittner — Schwenninger Wild Wings — 2011-2012

Full statline: 43 games, two goals, 13 assists

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Elite Ice Hockey League (United Kingdom’s top league)

D Connor Cox — Dundee Stars — 2012-2013

Full statline: 40 games, one goal, 16 assists

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Slovakia Tipsport Liga (Slovakia’s top league)

C Chris Langkow — MAC Budapest — 2009-2010

Full statline: 49 games, 14 goals, 19 assists

C Ryan Harrison — DVTK Jegesmedvek — 2010-2013

Has six points (one goal, five assists) in his last four games.

Full statline: 51 games, six goals, 22 assists

D Matt Pufahl — HKM Zvolen — 2013-2014

The 25-year-old defenseman started the season with Kevin Davis in Utah (ECHL), before transitioning overseas.

Full statline: 24 games, one goal, zero assists

D Ben Betker — HC Detva — 2012-2015

Like Pufahl, Betker left the ECHL for Europe, although he played 15 games with Kalamazoo before bolting.

Full statline: 16 games, two goals, three assists

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SM-Liiga (Finland’s top league)

D Shaun Heshka — Karpat — 2003-2006

The 33-year-old is second on his team among defensemen with 21 points (five goals and 12 assists). Has four assists in his last four games.

Full statline: 39 games, five goals, 16 assists

RW Eetu Tuulola — HPK — 2016-2017

The 20-year-old and Flames unsigned prospect is having a nice year in his second full season in Finland, as he’s tied for fifth on his team with 29 points.

Full statline: 47 games, 10 goals, 19 assists

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GET-ligaen (Norway’s top league)

D Aaron Irving — Storhamar — 2016-2017

Irving is third on his team in points with 34 and is second amongst defensemen in GET-ligaen, behind Valerenga’s Stefan Espeland. Has five points (two goals, three assists) in his last four games.

Full statline: 36 games, 11 goals, 23 assists

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National League (Switzerland’s top league)

LW Dominic Zwerger — HC Ambri Piotta — 2016-2017

The 22-year-old winger is fourth in the National League in points with 34 while wearing a letter for HC Ambri Piotta.

Full statline: 40 games, 16 goals, 22 assists

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Metal Ligaen (Denmark’s top league)

LW Jesse Mychan — Esbjerg Energy — 2011-2012

Myrchan started the season with HK Nitra of the Slovakian league, but was released and signed a contract with the Energy.

Full statline (in Denmark): 23 games, 10 goals, five assists

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Kontinental Hockey League (KHL, Russia’s first league)

C/LW Ivan Nikolishin — Severstal Cherepovets — 2013-2015

The 22-year-old forward was called up to the KHL midway through his season after putting up 24 points in 33 games with Zvezda Moskva.

Full statline (in KHL): 11 games, one goal, two assists

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Deutsche Eishockey Liga 2 (DEL2, Germany’s second league)

LW/RW Kyle Beach — Tolzer Lowen — 2005-2009

The No. 11 overall pick in the 2008 NHL draft is second on his team in points (43) and is first in assists (29). Has not played since Jan. 24 after it was announced he was out indefinitely.

Full statline: 34 games, 14 goals, 29 assists

D Nick Walters – EC Kassel Huskis — 2010-2013

Full statline: 40 games, zero goals, seven assists

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France2 (France’s second league)

LW Karel Hromas — Montpellier — 2004-2006

Full statline: 22 games, five goals, five assists

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Other WHL Teams

C Jaeger White — Kootenay — 2015-2016

Second on the Ice with 41 points.

Full statline: 50 games, 21 goals, 20 assists

C Brett Kemp — Medicine Hat — 2015-2017

Kemp was involved in an interesting one-for-one trade between Medicine Hat with Edmonton, which sent highly-touted youngster Josh Williams to the Oil Kings.

Full statline (for both teams): 49 games, 26 goals, 18 assists

C Ethan Browne — Prince George — 2016-2017

Full statline: 46 games, seven goals, 18 assists

LW Orrin Centazzo — Kamloops — 2016-2018

Full statline: 49 games, 13 goals, 27 assists

G Dorrin Luding — Saskatoon — 2016-2018

Full statline: 13 games, 3.06 GAA, .908 %

D Montana Onyebuchi — Kamloops — 2016-2018

Was recently suspended two games for his involvement in a one-man fight with Kelowna’s Conner Bruggen-Cate.

Full statline: 50 games, four goals, 12 assists

D Riley Bruce — Tri-City — 2017-2018

Full statline: 18 games, zero goals, one assist

C Mark Liwiski — Kelowna — 2017-2018

Full statline: 46 games, five goals, four assists

F Ethan O’Rourke — Swift Current — 2017-2018

Full statline: 49 games, nine goals, seven assists

D Alex Moar — Swift Current – 2018-2019

Full statline: 34 games, two goals, 11 assists

D Kyle Walker — Regina — 2017-2019

Full statline: 35 games, two goals, nine assists

F Luke Ormsby — Moose Jaw — 2017-2019

Full statline: 21 games, three goals, three assists

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In coaching/scouting

RW Riley Armstrong — Maine Mariners (ECHL), Head Coach — 2003-2004

F Tyler Dietrich — Team Canada, Video Coach — 2003-2005

D Mitch Love — Saskatoon (WHL), Head Coach — 2003-2005 as player, 2011-2018 as assistant coach

D Eric Doyle — New York Rangers (NHL), Scout — 2005-2007

F Dan Gendur — Prince Albert (WHL), Assistant Coach — 2006—2008

LW Brennan Sonne — Angers (France), Head Coach — 2006-2008 as player, 2014-2017 as assistant coach

G Kraymer Barnstable — Red Deer (WHL), Goaltending Coach — 2008-2009

C Tyler Maxwell — University of Southern California (ACHA II), Head Coach — 2008-2012

RW Graham Millar — University of British Columbia (USports), Assistant Coach — 2014-2017

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