The Hampton Roads Whalers are proud to announce that 8 Whalers have been named 2017-2018 USPHL Southeastern/Florida Division All-Stars. They are represented by 5 Elite players and 3 Premier players.
1998 forward Gary Eastlack (Mantua, NJ) paced the Whalers offense this season with 61 points in 37 games played on 28 goals and 33 assists. Eastlack’s 61 points ranked him 4th in the division, while he tallied 14 points on the power play and notched 7 game winning goals which paced the division. His 28 goals rank him 4th while his 33 assists ties him for 3rd.
1998 forward Ryan Lorenz (Royal Palm Beach, FL) finished 2nd among all Whalers this season with 47 points in 40 games played on 19 goals and 28 assists. The Whalers captain posted 13 points on the power and added 1 game winning goal. Lorenz ranked 10th in the division in points, 8th in assists, while he posted the 7th most power play points.
1997 forward Caelan Bolanowski (Chesapeake, VA) finished 3rd among all Whalers this season with 42 points in 43 games played on 18 goals and 24 assists. The veteran forward posted 11 points on the power and adding 3 game winning goals. Bolanowski ranked 13th in the division in points and tied for 6th in game winning goals.
1999 defenseman James Rowe (Fort Myers, FL), paced all Whalers defenseman in scoring this season with 25 points in 42 games played. The Whalers assistant captain posted 7 goals and 18 assists on the season while posting 11 power play points, 2 shorthanded points, and 1 game winning goal. Rowe was 5th in the division among defenseman in points, while ranking 4th in power play points, and tied for 1st in shorthanded points.
1997 goalie Everett Yasinski (Seattle, WA) paced the Whalers in net this season with a record of 20-4-3 with a 2.58 GAA and .908 save%. The Iowa State commit tied for the league lead in wins with 20, while leading the entire Elite division in minutes played with 1,485 minutes played and tying for the most shutouts with 5.
Osmundson, the Chesapeake, VA native comes off last year’s USPHL player of the year honors and picks up his 3rd straight all-star nomination with 52 points in 34 games on 17 goals and 35 assists to lead the Whalers Premier team in scoring. Oz posted 15 power play assists this season along with 2 shorthanded goals and 6 game winning goals while passing alumni TJ Sneath as the franchise all time points leader.
1998 defenseman Adam Toor (Kamloops, BC) paced all Whalers defenseman in scoring this season and finished as the 2nd highest scoring defenseman in the division with 35 points in 44 games from the back end on 7 goals and 28 assists. Toor notched 4 power play goals, 12 power play assists, 1 shorthanded assist, and 2 game winning goals. Toor ranked 2nd on the team in in assists and paced all defensemen in the division in overall power play points.
1998 goalie Sean Dickson (Milbrae, CA) picks up his 2nd straight all-star nomination after posting a record of 18-10-0 on the season with a 1.90 GAA, .922 save% and 4 shutouts. The Utica College commit tied for the division lead in wins which is good for 3rd overall in the league while ranking 1st in the division and 5th in the league in minutes played. Dickson also ranked second in the league and 1st in the division in shutouts.