REGISTER AND RESERVE YOUR SPOT NOW!
motivated,serious,willing to work hard
27 -28 july
(At Madison ice arena)
Open camp Price - 195$
(If you have offer and sign contract this camp is FREE)
Plan of pre-season camp for hockey team Street Cats ( MWJHL)
27 july (saturday)
-3-5-dryland(gym shoes/no jeans)
28 july (sunday)
-9:40-10:40-ice(short warm up and scrimmage only)
(Snacks and pops avail)
***meet your coaches,GM,management...
***meet some players from last season
***video of last season (10-15 min)
***yours questions.................our GM and coaches answers
1:00 - 2:00 - contracts signing
At the restaurant near rink
Name and adress of restaurant TBA
GO!....Street Cats....Good luck to everyone!
Head/scout-coach - Mike Tibery - 847-338-7390
Team owner/president -Val Vasilyev - 847-962-1761
Head coach - Igor Myaskovskiy-224-216-9361
PRACTICE GAME with EAGLE RIVER FALCONS(mens team GLHL)
Two generations....one exibition team.....
Front row:Kirill Kulakov,Raushan Gaynullin,Cheech(John Chechelnitski)
Back row:Cody Shatzman,Dmitry Lvov,Taylor Cutting,(Eric Jahnke & Matt Renken(from Daggers-4 years ago)) Sergey Deev,Aleksandr Ilin.
It was hard but very beneficial game.....everyone was happy!
after game shout out.....
Matt Рenken stated-it was great game, it was honor to play for Street Cats, we really happy junior hockey get back to Northwoods
Eric Janke add-to play under Igor coaching,in his new team is big gift for me...i played lot of different leagues and teams, but here.....like 4 years ago....just unbeliavable surprise and great opportunity....
Eagle River Falcons ready to play 3-4 games or best of 3 games next 2013-14 season
Thanks from Street Cats......GOOD LUCK FALCONS!......at your league finals(april 5-7)
2 more Europeans come to play in Rhinelander
From DAGGERS......to STREET CATS!.......4 long years......ONE HUGE SUCCESS!
Four long years, one huge success!
8 players and two goalies:
Devan Vander Wyk
8! Players played a 7 minute power play against the opposition, and did not let them score!
8! Players played against 15 players and dominated all first period and half of second in all aspects of the game!
8! Players deserve to be in the Guinness Book for CHARACTER, BRAVERY, AND FRIENDSHIP!
8! Players will make history as the face and soul of the Street Cats!
8! Players and one goalie – Spencer Brasswell – who played in the third period as a player!
Game score? Honestly, who cares?
.....Who can measure the value of:
* Vander Wyk – despite being one of the strongest offensive players in the league, played defense...
* Alex Ilin's 8 minute shift
.....Who can measure the value of:
* Kirill Kulakov – who played for 3?
* TJ – who was the team leader at all times, from beginning to end
......Who can measure the value of:
* Cheech – who just yesterday was a regular player on the bench, but in that game was a 100% player?
* David Wandel – who just started playing junior hockey a few weeks ago and is now one of the strongest players on the ice – way to set an example!
* Rushan Guinullin – who is the youngest goalie in the league, but took his position at the net and gave confidence to his teammates?
......Who is measuring that?
From our management and from the Head Coach, we would like to
I'm proud of you guys!
P.S.: My special thanks to both teams (Street Cats and Holland River Bandits) for their gentlemanly approach to hockey. Despite the constant stress, they allowed the game to become a showcase both for their individual sportsmanship and their teamwork.
Rhinelander Street Cats goalie Spencer Brasswell earned Midwest Junior Hockey League goalie of the week honors for the week of Jan. 28-Feb. 3, the MWJHL announced Tuesday.
In taking two of three games from Holland, Brasswell was the goalie of record in both wins on Thursday and Friday in Rhinelander.
Thursday, Brasswell stopped 29 of 31 shots in 36:22 of work after relieving Kent Nusbaum early in the second period. Friday, the 20-year-old from Knightdale, N.C., made 37 saves as the Street Cats won in overtime. Brasswell also won goaltender of the week honors on Sept. 26 and Dec. 18.
(From MWJHL official site)Defenseman of the Month – Devin Vanderwyk, Rhinelander Street Cats
Vanderwyk currently leads all league defensemen in scoring with eight goals and 15 points through nine games for the Street Cats.
An 18-year-old native of Agassiz, B.C., Vanderwyk had a monster four-goal, three-assist game against the Soo on Oct. 21 and has points in six of his nine games thus far.
Vanderwyk also registered a goal and an assist Oct. 6 against Tennyson Chevrolet and Oct. 20 versus the Firehawks, in addition to potting a pair of goals Sept. 23 against Hartland.
"Devan is real leader for our team"-added coach Igor Myaskovskiy-"officially his position is center but center usually is the third defensman and third forward.-Devan is proof of that statement because he plays everywhere hard and productive. I am really happy to have Devan on my team. His professional attitude, character and hard effort in every game situationis a great example for everyone on our team.........he puts a lot of confidence into his teammates and panic in the opponent team"
“I have been happy with my start to the season so far”, Explained Devan. “I owe my teammates much of the credit, for I wouldn’t have put up these numbers without them. I have had good chemistry playing alongside Peter Carlin and Rustam Kuts and every day we see our game as a line heading in the right direction, as well as the team as a whole. I hope to continue to keep things going, and look forward to the rest of the season.”
tue -9:00-11:00 ice...........................5:30-7:00 video/class(analise the game)
wed -9:00-11:00 ice..........................5:30-7:00 dryland(at school gym and weight room)
thur - 9:00-11:00 ice..........................5:30-7:00 dryland(-----)
fri -- 9:00- 11:00 ice..........................5:30-7:00 video/class
sat -8:00-9:30 ice..........................GAME DAY
sun - ..........................GAME DAY
mon......day off.......5:30-7:00 Spa ......
The Rhinelander Street Cats Junior Team
is still looking for additional players
97-92 birth year.
There are still a few spots left for interested players!
If you are interested in playing with Rhinelander Cats please contact Igor at
What makes our program unique?
The Street Cats await four Russian players and one German goalie while each player waits for his visa to enter the United States of America. All four players are the best in their respective teams, and each one is on the first line of their previous team.