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levels of hockey. Congratulations on your success!!!


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Beau Erickson*  SYHA / IHSHL/ NAHL / USHL / NCAA / ECHL /AHL
2001-04 Sioux City Metros (MHSHL)
2003 All Star Game  * All League Team * Chicago Show Case * Metros MVP
2004 All Star Game * All League Team * Chicago Show Case
2004-05  Des Moines Buccaneers (USHL) / North Iowa Outlaws (NAHL)
2005-06 North Iowa Outlaws (NAHL) / Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
2006-09 University of Connecticut (NCAA) * 2009 Reading Royals (ECHL)
2009-10 Reading Royals /Utah Grizzles/ South Carolina Stingrays (ECHL) / Portland Pirates (AHL)
2010-Present Ontario Reign (ECHL) 2011 Signs PTO With St. Louis Blues (NHL)
*2003 IHSHL State Champions Sioux City Metros
 
Beau played three season as a Metro. He won a IHSHL State Championship in 2003 and represented Sioux City in the IHSHL All-Star game,
was a member of the IHSHL All League team as well as the Chicago show case team. In 2004 he again was honored with selections to the
                         IHSHL  All Star game, All League Team and for the Chicago Showcase. A pair of seasons on the NAHL and USHL, Beau attended UCONN
 for three seasons. During that time he collected many honors such as conference rookie player of the week, conference player of the week and
conference player of the month. He also holds the UCONN record for saves in a single season with 947 and was also Alternate
Captain during his final season (2008-09). He is currently playing in The ECHL for the Ontario Reign. His NHL rights are currently help by the St. Louis Blues.

2009-10 Beau Erickson Reading Royals (ECHL)

     
This jersey was worn during the 2009-10 Reading Royals (ECHL) season by Beau Erickson. Heavy material with fully embroidered crest. Three color
(silver/dazzle) tackle-twill numbers and single color attached nameplate. Molson Canadian embroidered above nameplate, Commerce Bank embroidered
on right chest and MeiGray attached patch. Manufacturer tagging in collar, embroidered on left chest & back hem. Attached ECHL crest on back hem.
Reading (dazzle) on front hem. Fight Strap. Made by SP Sports. Size 58G.

2005-06 Beau Erickson Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)

This one was worn by Sioux City native Beau Erickson during the 05-06 season. Fully layered four-colored crest. Three color sewn-on numbers and
single color attached nameplate. USHL All-Star Game Patch on right chest. (Hosted in Sioux City, 2006) Manufactured by OT Sports, Size 56.

Beau Erickson UCONN (ACC)
University of Connecticut 2004-07

 
This blue/road jersey was worn by Beau Erickson during one of his first two seasons at UCONN.  Heavy material with single color attached  letters
 & numbers. No nameplate. Atlantic Coast patch on left chest. manufacturer tagging in collar. Made by SP Sports. Fight strap. Size 58G


This white/home jersey was worn by Beau Erickson during one of his first two seasons at UCONN. Third season had alternate captain "A" on left chest.
Heavy material with single color attached  letters, numbers and nameplate on home jerseys. Atlantic Coast patch on right chest. Manufacturer tagging
in collar. Made by SP Sports. Fight strap. Size 58G

2001-04 Beau Erickson Midwest High School Hockey League (Away)
Formally the Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)

Worn three MHSHL seasons (2001-2004) by Beau Erickson. Three color attached embroidered Crest. Two color tackle-Twill numbers. 
NNOB. Game socks (01-04).  Heavy mesh material manufactured by Aaron Sportswear. Size XXL.

 

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Kevin Lohry* SYHA / IHSHL / USHL / NCAA
2002-05 Sioux City Metros (MHSHL)
*2003 IHSHL State Champions Sioux City Metros
2003 & 2005 Metros Most Valuable Player
2003, 2004 2005 Metros Leading Scorer (32 GP 25/46) (30 GP-24/56) (30 GP 26/42)
2004 & 2005 Chicago Showcase Team Tri-State Selection
2003 State/League Tournament MVP  *  2003 Rookie-of-the-Year    *   2004, 2005 State/League All Star Team
2003, 2004 MHSHL Academic Achievement Award / 2005 MHSHL President's Senior Academic Award

2005-07 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
2007-11 Princeton Tigers (NCAA-D1)
2011-Present Bakersfield Condors (ECHL) 
 
Kevin played three seasons for the Metros. He collected his first IHSHL Championship during his freshman season with the game winning goal
in triple overtime to beat the Des Moines Oak Leafs. He would eventually collect numerous league honors such as rookie of the year, player of the year
 and three-time Metros leading scorer. Along with two Chicago Showcase and two All Star game appearances, he also received the IHSHL academic
 award all three seasons. Kevin also played several games for the Musketeers during his senior year before he became a two season veteran
 of the Musketeers (USHL) logging 117 regular season and play-off games. During the 2006-07 season he was selected as an  Alternate Captain.
He secured a scholarship to Princeton (NCAA) where he played four season for the Tigers.

2005-06 Kevin Lohry Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
Worn during the 05-06 season by Kevin Lohry. This #15 jersey  was worn by Sioux City native shows lots of wear. Kevin started his hockey career in the Sioux City Youth program and played all through high school. Kevin split his senior year between the Metros and Musketeers.  The following season, 2005-06, he would earn a full time spot on the Musketeer rooster and the next season, 2006-07, he would go on to be named alternate captain and, secure a scholarship at Princeton University.  All-Star Game Patch and NOB . Manufactured by OT Sports, this size 56 shows great wear. Worn during the 05-06 season by Kevin Lohry. This #15 jersey  was worn by Sioux City native shows lots of wear. Kevin started his hockey career in the Sioux City Youth program and played all through high school. Kevin split his senior year between the Metros and Musketeers.  The following season, 2005-06, he would earn a full time spot on the Musketeer rooster and the next season, 2006-07, he would go on to be named alternate captain and, secure a scholarship at Princeton University.  All-Star Game Patch and NOB . Manufactured by OT Sports, this size 56 shows great wear.
Worn during Kevin's second (first full ) USHL season. He played 42 games and logged 13 points (3/10) Fully layered four-colored crest.
Three color sewn-on numbers and single color attached nameplate. USHL All-Star Game Patch on right chest. (Hosted in Sioux City, 2006)
Manufactured by OT Sports, Size 56. Great wear.

2007-11 Kevin Lohry Princeton (NCAA)

This on was worn during the final season by Kevin Lohry. Heavy material with attached tackle-twill and embroidered crest. Two color
tackle-twill numbers and a single color attached name plate. ECAC 50th Season patch on right chest. Manufacturer tagging in collar
and below front neckline. Manufactured by Nike. Size 56.

20011-12 Kevin Lohry Bakersfild Condors (ECHL)

         
This jersey was worn during the 2011-12 Bakersfield Condors (ECHL) season by Kevin Lohry. Fully embroidered crest. Three color
 tackle-twill numbers and single color attached nameplate. SC Architects patch on front right chest. Bakersfield Police patch on left shoulder.
MeiGray attached patch on left hem. Manufacturer tagging in collar, embroidered on left chest & back hem. Attached ECHL crest on back hem.
Fight Strap. Made by SP Sports. Size 56.

 
Jesse Monell SYHA / IHSHL / USHL / NCAA / EHL
1889-92 Sioux City Metros (IHSHL)
1991 & 1992 IHSHL State Champions Sioux City Metros *1990 IHSHL State Championship Runner-Up
1992 Metros Leading Scorer 31-30-61 20 Games played
* 1992 League Scoring Leader 3.05 PPG 
 1992 All-Star Game * All State Team * Chicago Show Case Selection

1992-95 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 1995-96 Mankato State University (NCAA)
 1996-97 Deutschland Hockey League (DHL) * 1997-99 Iowa State Cyclones (NCAA)

  
After winning his second IHSHL Championship in a row (90-91/91-92) as a sophomore & junior, he would join the Musketeers for his
high school senior year where he played 32 games. He would go on to play two additional seasons as a Musketeer logging 121 games.

He was team Captain his last season (94-95). After the USHL Jesse played two seasons in Europe before moving back home and playing
two seasons for the ISU Cyclones. During his last season, he was selected as a member of the NCAA All-Tournament Team.

93-94 Jessie Monell Sioux City Musketeers

Worn by Sioux City native Jesse Monell during the 93-94 season, his second of three seasons as a Musketeer. He played three seasons
 for the Metros where he won back-to-back IHSHL State Championships in 1991 & 92. He played for the Musketeers during his
high school senior year and would play two more additional seasons as a Musketeer. His final season he served as team captain.




Chris Porter  SYHA / IHSHL / USHL / NCAA / AHL / NHL
1998-00 Sioux City Metros (1999 IHSHL State Champions / 2000 IHSHL State Championship Runner-up)
  2000-02 Shattuck/St. Mary's
(MHSHL) * 2002-03 Lincoln Stars (USHL)
2003-07 University of North Dakota (NCAA D1) * 2007-08 Peoria Riverman (AHL)
2008-Present Peoria Riverman (AHL) / St Louis Blues (NHL) 
NHL Debut October 10th, 2008  St. Louis Blues vs. Nashville Predators
First NHL Goal October 18th, 2008 vs. Chicago Black Hawks


After playing a pair of season for the Metros and winning a IHSHL State Championship in1999, Chris moved to play for the Shattuck/St Mary's hockey
team and then to Lincoln, Ne. to play for the Stars (USHL). He would play the following four seasons in Grand Forks for the Fighting Sioux. During that time he
would have three Frozen Four appearances, WCHA regular season and Championships. He was team captain his senior season and currently holds
the NCAA Ironman record with 173 consecutive games played. He is a current member of the St. Louis Blues.

Chris Porter 2010-11 Peoria Rivermen American Hockey League

Worn during the 2010-11 AHL season by Chris Porter. Fully embroidered crest. Three color number on back & sleeve. Single color attached name plate.
St. Louis Blues patches on both shoulders. Manufacturer tagging in collar, above name plate and on back hem. AHL 75th anniversary patch also on back hem.
Game socks. Fight strap. Made by Reebok. Size 56.
Chris split this season between the AHL and NHL, playing 36 games for the Rivermen and 45 for the Blues.

 

Kyle Rogers SYHA / IHSHL / OPJHL / NCAA / AHL
2000-02 Sioux City Metros (IHSHL) * 2002-03 Collingwood Blues / Georgetown Raiders (OPJHL)
2003-05 Buffalo Lighting (OPJHL) * 2005-08 Niagara University (NCAA)
2008-2010 Toronto Marlies (AHL) * Toledo Walleye 2010-Present (ECHL)
2000-01 Sioux City Metros Rookie of the Year Award
 2001-02 IHSHL All State Team * IHSHL West All Star Team
2001-02 IHSHL Third Leading Scorer with 55 Points
(32 goals, 23 assists) in 32 games

Kyle played one season for the Metros (2001-02) before moving on to play in Omaha for his last high school years ??? He spent two
seasons playing in the Ontario Provincial Hockey League before heading off to attend school at Niagara University. During his last
season in Niagara he was selected as a member of the CHA All Tournament team. He moved to Toronto to play for the Marlies
for three seasons, during that time played in a pair of NHL pre-season games for the Maple Leafs. He is currently in his third season
and team captain of the Toledo Walleye (ECHL)

2011-12 Kyle Rogers Toledo Walleyes (ECHL) Helmet
 
This helmet was worn during the 2011-12 ECHL season by Sioux City Metro Kyle Rogers. Kyle put-up 44 points (20/24)
second in team scoring and served as Team Captain. This Blue CCM helmet as Walleye stickers on both sides, player number on
back and on front. Also ECHL holographic sticker on left and American flag on right. Oakley visor attached.


 Clayton Wiffen USHL / NCAA / EHL
1977-81 Sioux City Jr. Musketeers (IHSHL)
1982 Jr. Musketeers Most Valuable Player * IHSHL State Championship Runner-Up
1981-82 Musketeers (USHL) * 1982-83 Austin Mavericks (USHL)

1983-86 Netherlands Super League (EHL)
Iowa State Cyclones
(NCAA-D1)

Clayton played one season in Sioux City and his second in Austin. After that he would play for season for the Iowa State
Cyclones (NCAA D1). Before spending several seasons playing hockey in Europe.

 

 

 


 

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