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Pro Hockey Notes - 2007 Revisited

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Three members of Clarkson's 2007 ECAC Hockey championship team have been making news in professional hockey of late.
Nick Dodge, who captained that squad as a junior, saw his streak of playing in 201 consecutive games end last week when he did not participate in back-to-back games for the American Hockey League's Charlotte Checkers. His streak was the leading streak in the AHL at the time.
Grant Clitsome, who was an assistant captain at Clarkson in 2008, had an impressive first week in the National Hockey League, scoring two goals and picking up an assist in his first three games this season with the Columbus Blue Jackets. Clitsome spent a brief amount of time with Columbus last season as well.
Here is an interview with Clitsome that was done by the Blue Jackets and he talks about his experience at Clarkson:

Here's a post-game interview with Clitsome after he scored a goal on Ogdensburg native Jimmy Howard in a game against the Detroit Red Wings last week. There is footage of his goal in the interview:

The final member of the 2007 ECAC Hockey championship team who has been doing well lately is Chris D'Alvise, who was a sophomore on that squad and was the championship weekend's Most Outstanding Player.
D'Alvise was called up from the ECHL's Stockton Thunder in December and has been playing for Springfield of the AHL, where he was briefly a teammate of Clitsome's. In just 24 AHL games, D'Alvise has scored seven goals with eight assists.
"We were a little short down the middle, and Chris is the kind of offensive center who can make plays," Springfield coach Rob Riley told Mississauga.com. "He's a little different style; (he's) a creative, smart player who works well with his linemates."
The Stats (Name, team Games goals-assists points or W-L-T GAA Sv.Pct So's)
NHL

Erik Cole, Carolina 45 12-13 25
Chris Clark, Columbus 38 5-8 13
Randy Jones, Tampa Bay 41 1-9 10
Willie Mitchell, Los Angeles 20 1-4 5
Kent Huskins, San Jose 38 0-5 5
Todd Marchant, Anaheim 47 0-5 5
Grant Clitsome, Columbus 3 2-1 3
Craig Conroy, Calgary 18 2-0 2
*Todd White, NY Rangers 18 1-1 2
AHL
Steve Zalewski, Worcester 42 3-14 17
Chris D'Alvise, Springfield 24 7-8 15
*Grant Clitsome, Springfield 32 5-10 15
Nick Dodge, Charlotte 41 4-5 9
Shawn Weller, Manitoba 30 5-4 9
Todd White, Connecticut 7 3-2 5
Tim Marks, Norfolk 25 3-1 4
*Chris Blight, Bridgeport 13 1-3 4
(Goalie)
David Leggio, Portland 11-4-0 2.77 .910 (1 Sh)
(Coach)
Mark Morris, Manchester 27-14-1-2 (first in Atlantic Division)
ECHL
Matt Beca, Florida 34 8-14 22
Chris Blight, Reading 15 5-13 18
*Chris D'Alvise, Stockton 12 10-7 17
Phil Paquet, Florida 38 2-14 16
*Shea Guthrie, Florida 1 0-0 0
CHL
Chris Lipsett, Daytona 21 8-13 21
Kerry Ellis-Toddington, Bloomington 34 5-13 18
(Goalie)
*Kyle McNulty, Mississippi 1-4-0 5.40 .822
SPHL
Kyle McNulty, Mississippi 6-3-0 2.83 .905 (1 Sh)
France
David Cayer, Etoile Noire de Strasbourg 16 6-17 23
Germany
Mike Sullivan, Deggendorf 32 8-22 30
Rob McFeeters, Kaufbeuren 30 8-21 29
Dave Reid, Munich 40 3-14 17
Finland
Max Kolu, TPS Turku 27 1-0 1
United Kingdom
Jay Latulippe, Dundee 14 5-5 10
Italy
Mac Faulkner, Alleghe 34 31-22 53
*-currently not with team

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