USPHL Elite 2023-24 South Region Players Of The Week 

Week of Nov. 24, 2023


Games of Nov. 14-20, 2023


Summaries by Joshua Boyd / 


Florida Division 

Forward: Arnaud Bourgeois-Barry, Palm Beach Typhoon 

Bourgeois-Barry (‘05/Quebec) scored his first hat trick of the season on Nov. 17, one game after his first two-goal game on Nov. 10. Bourgeois-Barry had game-winners in both. All three of his goals scored in the team’s Nov. 17 win against the Florida Eels were on the power play. He now has 15 points in 16 games this year. 


Defense: Ari Chernobelsky, Palm Beach Typhoon 

Chernobelsky (‘06/Wellington, Fla.) registered three assists, which means he helped set up 75 percent of his team’s goals in their 4-2 victory over the Florida Eels. His 32:23 of ice time led his team, as did his +1 rating (in a tie). He also blocked two shots in the victory. 


Goaltender: Ethan Carlone, Tampa Bay Juniors 

A second-year Elite goaltender, Carlone (‘04/Tecumseh, Ont.) registered 76 saves on 79 shots in a 2-0 performance against the Atlanta MadHatters. Carlone put up a .962 save percentage for the weekend. Since joining the Juniors from the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League, Carlone is 3-0-0-1, with a 1.71 GAA and a .949 save percentage. 


Southeast Division 

Forward: Jakson Furlotte, Carolina Jr. Hurricanes

The returning National Championship team member Furlotte (‘04/Beaumont, Alb.) registered the tying goal and assisted on the game-winner in the Jr. Canes’ victory against the Charlotte Rush in a Nov. 18 outdoor game at Truist Field in Charlotte. He now has 16 points in 19 games. 


Defense: Paxton Givens, Potomac Patriots 

Givens (‘04/Rockford, Ill.) put in the work to help his Patriots to a sweep against Columbia and an 18-4-0-0 record. He scored a goal and an assist in the first win and added two assists the second night. He led the team in average ice time for the two-game series at 21:08 per game. His +5 was also second on the team. 


Goaltender: Christian Nalle, Potomac Patriots 

The ‘04 Californian was big in the Pats’ 4-1 victory against Columbia on Nov. 18. He stopped 30 of the 31 shots Columbia put on him to give him his second straight win and he registered a 5-2-0-0, with a 2.30 GAA and a .931 save percentage.