MIH Roster — 2021-2022
#2 Liam Steele … Defenseman from Cobham, England Split 2022-23 season with Chilliwack and Salmon Arm in BCHL, where he combined for 16 points (3+13) over 43 games … had 14 points (2+12) in 33 games with Salmon Arm before logging four points (1+3) in 14 playoff games … represented Great Britain at last two IIHF World Junior Championships Division II Group A tournaments, amassing seven points (3+4) in 10 games … also played in 2022 IIHF Under-18 World Junior Championship Division II, Group A tournament, posting four points (3+1) in four games … won two bronze medals and a silver medal with Great Britain at IIHF tournaments … along with ice hockey, played rugby (four years) and field hockey (two years) at Stanstead College in Stanstead, Québec … honor roll student and won an AP Scholar Award. … enrolled in the College of Engineering
#5 Hoyt Stanley … Defenseman from West Vancouver, BC Drafted by Ottawa in fourth round (108th overall) in 2023 NHL Entry Draft, becoming second Cornell player selected by Senators (Colin Greening – 2005) … spent last two seasons with Victoria in BCHL, where he posted 38 points (4+34) in 53 games in 2022-23, leading to being named to BCHL Top Prospects Game in 2023 and to All-Rookie Team … was ranked No. 85 prospect in final NHL Central Scouting rankings for 2023 NHL Entry Draft. … enrolled in the SC Johnson School of Business.
#6 George Fegaras … Defenseman from Richmond Hill, Ontario Selected by Dallas Stars in third round (83rd overall) of 2022 NHL Entry Draft … ranked No. 82 in NHL Central Scouting’s final rankings prior to 2022 NHL Draft … recorded 27 points (4+23) over 61 games in lone season with USHL’s Muskegon Lumberjacks, where he served as an alternate captain … 48 points (13+35) across 52 games with OJHL’s North York Rangers in 2021-22, where he was named First Team All-Star and Rookie of the Year … received B.J. Monro Memorial Trophy for being top prospect in OJHL, marking third Cornell prospect to earn trophy in 10 times it has been awarded (Matt Cairns, Matt Buckles) … selected by Kitchener Rangers (67th overall) in 2020 OHL Entry Draft … four-time honor roll student …. enrolled in the SC Johnson School of Business.
#8 Luke Devlin … Forward from Memphis, TN Drafted by Pittsburgh Penguins in sixth round (182nd overall) in 2022 NHL Entry Draft … first Cornell player selected by Pittsburgh since Anthony Angello (2014) … spent 2022-23 season with West Kelowna of BCHL, where he recorded 37 points (11+26) over 51 games … spent 2021-22 season at St. Andrew’s College in Aurora, Ontario, where he was team captain and voted Team MVP and Offensive Player of the Year after posting 47 points (19+28) in 44 games before shifting to United States to play for Des Moines Buccaneers and US National Development Team in the USHL … also played two games with U.S. National Under-17 team in 2021-22 … represented Team USA at Hlinka Gretzky Cup in 2021 … four-time Headmasters Honor Roll student.
#10 Jake Kraft … Forward from Churchville, NY Spent 2022-23 season with USHL’s Cedar Rapids RoughRiders where he registered 32 points (17+15) over 56 games … prior to joining Cedar Rapids, had 44 points (25+19) in 28 games during 2021-22 season at Kent School, where he served as alternate captain … also played three years of lacrosse at Kent School. … currently enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.
#13 Marian Mosko … Defenseman from Visolaje, Slovakia Split time in 2022-23 season with Lincoln Stars and Fargo Force of USHL … registered five points (1+4) in 42 games, while making three appearances in playoff games with Fargo in 2022-23 … represented Slovakia at 2022 IIHF World Junior Under-18 Division I, Group A tournament where he won gold medal before claiming silver medal at 2022 Hlinka Gretzky Cup … named Team MVP at South Kent School in 2021-22 where he had 42 points (11+31) in 59 games with South Kent 18U AAA squad before moving to USHL. … enrolled in the College of Industrial and Labor Relations.
#14 Ryan Walsh … Forward from Rochester, NY Drafted in sixth round (188th overall) of 2023 NHL Entry Draft by Boston, becoming fourth Big Red player selected by Bruins (Ken Dryden, Casey Jones, Byron Bitz) … named to USHL First All-Star Team after logging 79 points (30+49) in 61 games with Cedar Rapids RoughRiders, breaking the previous franchise record that stood for 17 seasons … his 49 assists were tied for the most by a USHL player in 2022-23, while his 79 points were second in the league … scored seven points (2+5) in five playoff games … spent senior year at the Salisbury School in Connecticut, where he posted 39 points (16+23) in 28 games … also played lacrosse during time at Salisbury School. …. enrolled in the SC Johnson School of Business.
#15 Tyler Catalano … Forward from St. Louis, MO Spent last three seasons with Youngstown of USHL, where he played 113 career games … had 13 points (8+5) in 59 games in 2022-23 before posting two assists in nine playoff games en route to winning USHL’s Clark Cup.
#21 Ben Robertson … Defenseman from Potomac Falls, VA Served as assistant captain for Waterloo of USHL in 2022-23, where he posted 45 points (3+42) in 61 games … 42 assists were most by USHL defenseman in 2022-23 … during his time with Waterloo, he had 60 points (five goals, 55 assists) over 98 contests … ranked as No. 193 North American skater in final NHL Central Scouting rankings for 2023 NHL Entry Draft … played two games each with U.S. National Development Team and U.S. National Under-17 Team in 2020-21. … enrolled in the College of Industrial and Labor Relations.
#38 Jonathan Castagna … Forward from Etobicoke, Ontario Selected by Arizona in third round (70th overall) in 2023 NHL Entry Draft, becoming third player ever to be picked by Coyotes (David LeNeveu – 2002, Jared Fiegl – 2014) … slated to be first Cornell player to ever wear No. 38, first player to have sweater number over 35 since Eddy Skazyk (1994-96) … spent previous two seasons at St. Andrew’s College in Aurora, Ontario, registering 92 points (39+53) in 85 career games … captained 2022-23 squad while recording 72 points (29+43) in 50 games … named to the All-League All-Star team and was named the MacPherson Tournment All-Star … voted St. Andrew’s College’s Most Valuable Player … played one game with Toronto Jr. Canadiens of OJHL in 2022-23 … was ranked No. 91 in NHL Central Scouting’s final rankings prior to 2023 NHL Entry Draft. …. enrolled in the SC Johnson School of Business.
#3 Jack O’Brien … Defenseman from White Rock, British Columbia. Played for the Nanaimo Clippers of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL) … named team captain for the Clippers’ 2021-22 season … posted 28 points (6+22) in 127 career games with Nanaimo. Saw limited action in his freshmen season. Enrolled in the SC Johnson School of Business.
#11 Sean Donaldson … Forward from Vancouver, British Columbia. Played in BCHL from 2017-19 with three teams (Trail Smoke Eaters, Prince George Spruce Kings, and Nanaimo Clippers) before heading to USHL’s Sioux Falls Stampede … enrolled in CALS.
#17 Dalton Bancroft … Forward from Madoc, Ontario. Named an OJHL First Team All-Star and was league’s Most Valuable Player after recording league-high 92 points (37 goals, 55 assists) while serving as a captain for Trenton Golden Hawks … during his six years playing in the OJHL, logged 153 points (64 goals, 89 assists) in 149 games … played one season of hockey on Centre Hastings Secondary School’s varsity team, earning Rookie of the Year honors … also played one season of volleyball and three years of baseball … four-time honor roll student while at Centre Hastings. Finished freshman campaign as leading scorer of any Big Red first-year player, logging 21 points (9+12) in 33 games.
#23 Winter Wallace … Forward from Boulder, Colorado. Spent previous two seasons prior to arrival at Cornell playing in USHL with Lincoln Stars and Youngstown Phantoms … scored 30 points (14+16) in 49 games with Youngstown in 2021-22. Played in 23 games in first year with Big Red … scored first collegiate goal in debut at Minnesota Duluth (Oct. 28).
#28 Nick DeSantis … Forward from Collegeville, Pennsylvania. Scored 45 points (15 goals, 30 assists) over 60 games with the Madison Capitols of the United States Hockey League (USHL) … slated to play for Nanaimo Clippers of BCHL in 2020-21, but did not play … registered 21 points (6+15) in 31 games with the New Jersey Junior Titans (NAHL) in 2019-20. Concluded first season with Big Red with 20 points (9+11) …enrolled in the SC Johnson School of Business.
#33 Remington Keopple … Goalkeeper from Somerset, Wisconsin. Spent last two seasons before joining Cornell with Des Moines Buccaneers of United States Hockey League (USHL) … posted 24-29-5 record with Buccaneers, logging a 2.94 goals-against average and .896 save percentage … represented Team USA at 2022 IIHF World Junior Championships in Edmonton, Alberta, in Aug. 2022, where he made one appearance stopping all four shots in 20 minutes of action against Team Austria in preliminary round … attended Hill-Murray High School, where he was three-year letter-winner and won a state championship … while at Hill-Murray, was a two-time All-Conference selection and named Metro Goalie of the Year and All-Metro First Team in senior year … also earned three varsity letters in tennis, serving as captain in senior year. Appeared in five games as a freshman, earning a pair of starts … finished campaign with 1-1-1 record, 3.10 goals-against average, and .852 save percentage (52 saves on 61 shots). …enrolled in the SC Johnson School of Business.
#4 Hank Kempf … Defenseman from Wilmette, IL Selected by the New York Rangers as the 208th overall pick in the seventh round of the 2021 NHL Entry Draft. Excelled as a shutdown defender in two full seasons with the Muskegon Lumberjacks sporting a plus-21 rating with four goals and 24 assists for 28 points over 81 career USHL games. Selected to USHL’s second all-star team following truncated 2020-21 season.
#7 Jimmy Rayhill … Defenseman from New Hartford, NY Joined NAHL’s Odessa Jackalopes for 2020-21 season playing 37 games tallying five goals and 13 assists for 18 points. Junior A debut came with the British Columbia Hockey League’s Alberni Valley Bulldogs in 2019-20. Spent three years in New England prep ranks at The Frederick Gunn School.
#9 Jack O’Leary … Forward from St. James, New York. Jack scored 17 goals and 32 assists for 49 points in 91 games over two seasons with USHL’s Cedar Rapids RoughRiders.
#12 Tim Rego … Defenseman from Mansfield, Massachusetts Tim delivered a stellar 2019-20 season with the Brooks Bandits in the Alberta Junior Hockey League, ranking second among the circuit’s blueliners with 61 points on 24 goals and 37 assists over 54 games. He was named to the AJHL South All-Rookie Team and the division’s All-Star Team while also taking home team awards for rookie of the year and most outstanding defenseman.
#18 Kyler Kovich … Forward from Coquitlam, BC, Canada Posted 15 points and a plus-8 rating with the USHL’s division-winning Tri-City Storm last season on five goals and 10 assists for 15 points in 36 games. Two seasons prior spent with BCHL’s Nanaimo Clippers, where he tallied 53 points on 25 goals and 28 assists in 99 games and served as the team’s captain in 2019-20. Selected to compete for Team Canada West in the World Junior A Challenge.
#19 Sullivan Mack … Forward from Anchorage, AK Ranked second in team scoring with Salmon Arm Silverbacks tallying 10 goals and 16 assists for 26 points during the British Columbia Hockey League’s 20-game pod-based 2020-21 season. Had a standout career at Kimball Union Academy (Plainfield, NH), where his three-year tenure concluded with 70 points on 44 goals and 26 assists in just 34 games in 2019-20. Selected to USHS All-New England first team.
#22 Kyle Penney … Forward from Lawrenceton, Nova Scotia. Kyle was selected as most valuable player of the British Columbia Hockey League’s Chilliwack Chiefs in 2019-20. He ranked third in team scoring with 35 points on 18 goals and 17 assists over 58 games, then tied for the team lead in postseason scoring with six points over seven games. He spent three seasons with perennial New England prep-school-power Kimball Union Academy.
#26 Ondrej Psenicka … Forward from Praha, Czech Republic Played one season in North America posting 18 points on six goals and 12 assists with Waterloo (USHL). Competed for Czech Republic national team at various junior levels over last five seasons. Among the final considerations for the Czech Republic’s team for the prestigious 2021 IIHF World Junior Championship.
#27 Michael Suda … Defenseman from Cheektowaga, NY Two-year veteran of the USHL posting 10 points over 89 games with the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders and Fargo Force. Spent the 2018-19 season at prep level with Nichols School in Buffalo also competing for three years in lacrosse.
#30 Ian Shane … Goaltender from Manhattan Beach, CA Split the 2020-21 season between the top two domestic junior leagues, leading the North American Hockey League Bismarck Bobcats into the playoffs with an 8-6-1 record, 2.60 goals against average and .914 save percentage in 16 games. Spent one-plus seasons with the Chicago Steel (USHL) achieving a 20-5-3 record to help the team win the Anderson Cup (league’s top regular-season team). Graduate of Westminster Prep (Simsbury, CT) where he was named most valuable player of a team that went undefeated en route to the 2018-19 Founders League title. Named to All-New England Team and All-Founders League Team in 2018-19.
#16 Gabriel Seger … Forward from Uppsala, Sweden. Gabe played on the Union College men’s hockey team for three previous seasons … finished 2021-22 with 21 points, the third-most points by a Union player (7+14) and transferred to Cornell last season, contributing a team high 30 points (7/23)!
#34 Ryan McInchak … Goalkeeper from Trenton, Michigan Ryan played two seasons with American International College (Springfield, MA) and transferred to Cornell last season. He is enrolled in the College of Industrial and Labor Relations.