Springfield Graduates 7 Players

Apr 4, 2018

The Springfield Jr. Blues honored each of their graduating players during the final home game of the regular season March 31st, before the team heads to the post-season. Springfield has 7 players leaving after the playoffs.

#7 Chase Mickelson: Chase has been a part of the Jr. Blues for two seasons collecting 39 points in 100 games. Chase is currently exploring many college offers for next season. #24 Ethan Stewart: This is Ethan’s first season with the Jr. Blues as a 20-year-old. He has collected 42 points in 57 games this season and 3 goals in 2 games at the top prospects tournament. He is currently exploring many NCAA division 1 offers for next season.
#14 Dylan Rauh: Dylan was acquired in a trade with Topeka at the deadline this season. He has collected 8 points in 20 games since joining the team. He is currently exploring NCAA opportunities for next season. #15 Fabio Hollenstein: Fabio is one of our 4 import players and has played 2 seasons with the Jr. Blues. He has collected 64 points in 108 games with the team. He is currently exploring college opportunities for next season.
.#3 Jordan Muzzillo: Jordan is in his second season with the Jr. Blues. The native of Capron, IL has collected 49 points in 110 games with the Jr. Blues. Jordan has committed to play hockey and further his education at the University of Alaska Fairbanks next season. # 44 Fletcher Fineman: The team captain is in his second season with the Jr. Blues. The Lakeworth, FL native has collected 24 points in 106 games with team. Fletcher will be attending Union College next fall to play NCAA division 1 hockey.
#16 Nick Schultze: Nice was acquired with Dylan Rauh in a trade with Topeka at the deadline. Nick has collected 13 points in 20 games since joining the Jr. Blues. Nick will be attending Tufts University next season to continue his education and hockey career.


The team has two more regular season games to play against the Coulee Region Chill this weekend, before the start of the post season. While the coaches and team will miss the graduating players, we wish them the best and know they will all be successful in everything they do!