USPHL Elite Players Of The Week: South Region

Games Of Nov. 8-14

Summaries by Joshua Boyd 


Florida Division 

Forward: Jake Marcoux, Columbia Infantry 

Marcoux, a brand new ‘03, rang up four assists in his first two games with the Infantry, including three helpers in his debut on Nov. 12. 


Defense: Chris Maybury, Palm Beach Typhoon

Maybury (‘04/Viera, Fla.) put up a pair of assists as the Eels knocked off both the Tampa Bay Juniors and the Florida Eels, both massive statement wins for the second-year Typhoon. Maybury, a product of Jenkins High School in Lakeland, has been with Palm Beach every step of the way. Knowing what they have in the veteran blueliner, he was No. 1 in ice time among Typhoon defensemen with 24:56. 


Goaltender: Olivier Dulac, Palm Beach Typhoon

Dulac (‘04/Ste-Malachie, Que.) won his first two games of the season in outstanding fashion. First, it was 28 saves on 32 shots to take down Tampa, followed by 54 saves on 58 shots in the Typhoon’s 7-4 victory against the Eels, the team for which he went 4-3 in the 2021-22 season.  


Southeast Division

Forward: Gabriel Santamaria, Charlotte Rush

Already named to Spain’s World Junior Championship team, Santamaria (‘03/Guernsey, U.K.) has been an effective contributor for both the Premier and Elite Rush teams. With the Elite team recently, he has put up eight points in six games, including a 2-2-4 line in the team’s weekend split against Potomac. He registered the GWG on Saturday. He’s also put up a 1-2-3 line in seven Premier games this season. 


Defense: Wilder Outman, Charlotte Rush

Playing as much as 30:48 in one of this weekend’s games, the Rush’s defenseman Outman (‘03/Fairview, Texas) has put together a fantastic season. With four assists in Saturday’s win over an ever-improving Potomac side, Outman is now clicking at 15 points in 21 games. He is tied for second on the team in plus-minus (+8). 


Goaltender: Elik Radovanovic, Potomac Patriots 

The ‘05-born Swiss product Radovanovic put together a huge effort in stopping 37 of 40 Charlotte Rush shots for a big victory to come out of the weekend with two points from the split series. Radovanovic has put together a 6-2-0-0 record with a 2.52 goals against average and a .919 save percentage.