BRUINS ALUMNI REPORT: Wilkins Steering the Ship in the AHL, Lamppa Breaking Career Highs in the USHL

Dec 20, 2019

AHL: In his first professional season, Josh Wilkins (Bruins ’14-15) is making waves with the Milwaukee Admirals, the highest affiliate of the Nashville Predators. After a very successful college career at Providence, Wilkins has three goals and six assists (nine total points) in 29 games. Here’s a video of his first professional goal.

NCAA DI: William Riedell (Bruins ’15-16) is in his junior season at Lake Superior State University. The Greensboro, NC, native has amassed 23 points in his three seasons as a defenseman including seven this season. His two goals and five assists this year ranks him second on the Lakers in points from a defenseman and eighth overall.

NCAA DIII: In his sophomore season at Aurora University, Riley Doyon (Bruins ’17-18) is having his best season since his U18 year. Doyon, a native of Indiana, has 16 points so far this season, topping his total of 12 from 2018-19 and is the most since he registered 22 in 2015-16 with Belle Tire U18. With only half of his season gone by, Doyon looks to helps Aurora down the strech while securing his most successful season to date.

USHL: Xander Lamppa (Bruins ’17-18) is in his third junior season, his second with the Waterloo Blackhawks. After his one year in Austin, Lamppa played in 62 games for the Blackhawks where he tallied 27 total points. The USHL season is rather young at this point, but that hasn’t stopped Lamppa who’s already scored 26 points, just one behind his total from all of last season, through half as many games.