Friday, June 3, 2011

Today in history: June 3

A couple of birthdays today in Indianapolis hockey history
Mike Bozoian: Defenseman who played four games for the Ice in 2003-04, tallying one assist. He split that year between Indy and ECHL teams Cincinnati and Dayton, playing 30 games for Dayton and four each for the other two teams. It would be the only North American pro season for the Niagara University product. A native of Brownstown, Michigan, he is 32. 
Max Cook: Ice forward from 2008-10, a solid checker and scorer who was a major part of the 2009 Clark Cup championship. He totaled 41 goals and 59 assists in 117 Ice games over the two seasons. He also had a 9-6-15 line in 22 playoff games. He was a USHL All-Star in 2010 (and in 2008 with Green Bay). He just finished his freshman year at Miami (Ohio), where he had a goal and two assists in 22 games. A native of Frankfort, Illinois, he is 21.
Brian Ferlin: Ice forward from 2009-11 who was part of the USHL's most productive offensive line. He totaled 25 goals and 48 assists this season and finished third in the USHL in scoring. He has 31 goals and 58 assists in 112 games total over his two seasons. Ferlin is committed to Cornell and is eligible to be drafted this year. He currently ranks 152nd among North American skaters on the NHL Central Scouting Bureau rankings. A native of Jacksonville, Florida, he is 19.

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