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1972-73 Jersey Notes:
This first season of Musketeer hockey in Sioux City had the Musketeers wearing the traditional 2 different
jersey styles. Regular season white & green jerseys. These jerseys were probably worn for both the 72-73 and
73-74 seasons. Made of traditional Dureene material. Manufactured by Gart Brothers of Denver, Co.

1972-73 Pat McIntosh
Pete Maxwell & Terry Mulroy #30 1972-74 This jersey is from the Musketeers very first season, 1972-73, as members of the USHL. It was worn two seasons, first by goaltender Pete Maxwell and then Terry Mulroy. Pete Maxwell & Terry Mulroy #30 1972-74 This jersey is from the Musketeers very first season, 1972-73, as members of the USHL. It was worn two seasons, first by goaltender Pete Maxwell and then Terry Mulroy.
This jersey is from the Musketeers very first season, 1972-73, as members of the USHL. It was worn two seasons, first by
goaltender Pat McIntosh then by Pete Maxwell and Terry Mulroy. Tie-down front, Fully embroidered sewn-on front crest.
Duren jersey material. Sewn-on single color numbers. NNOB. Manufacturer tagging in collar.
Manufactured by Gart Brothers of Denver, Co.

1973-74 Jersey Notes:
  This season had the Musketeers wearing the same two style jerseys as the previous season.
Regular season white (pictured above) & green jerseys (pictured below). These jerseys were probably worn for both the 72-73
and 73-74 seasons.

    1973-74 Pete Maxwell / Terry Mulroy Pete Maxwell
Pete Maxwell
 1965-66 University of Denver * 1972-75 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
Terry Mulroy
1973-75 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 1975-76 Whitby Warriors (OHL)
Pete Maxwell & Terry Mulroy #30 1972-74 This jersey is from the Musketeers very first season, 1972-73, as members of the USHL. It was worn two seasons, first by goaltender Pete Maxwell and then Terry Mulroy. Pete Maxwell & Terry Mulroy #30 1972-74 This jersey is from the Musketeers very first season, 1972-73, as members of the USHL. It was worn two seasons, first by goaltender Pete Maxwell and then Terry Mulroy.
This jersey is from the Musketeers very first season, 1972-73, as members of the USHL. It was worn two seasons, the previous season by
goaltender Pat McIntosh then by Pete Maxwell and Terry Mulroy. Tie-down front, Duren jersey material, sewn-on numbers and
embroidered crest. Manufactured by Gart Brothers of Denver, Co.

1973-74 Steve Boyle
1973-76 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL-SR)

This one was worn during Steve’s first of three seasons in Sioux City. Tie-down front, Duren jersey material, sewn-on numbers and
embroidered crest. NNOB. Great wear!!! Three inch sewn-on numbers on sleeve. Manufactured by Gart Brothers of Denver, Co.
 Steve Boyle would play three seasons (73-76) for the Musketeers. Joining the year-old franchise for the 73-74 season. The rookie
that season would record 23 goals and 20 assists. His offense would increase the following season when he would net 29 goals and
26 assists. His final year as a Musketeer he would again, eclipse the 50 point mark scoring 25 goals and 26 assists.

Steve would stay in town at the completion of his last season as a Musketeer and further solidify his name as an unforgettable
Musketeer…he would soon open the Penalty Box bar. Located in the historic KD Station, this would become a hot spot within
the hockey community. Fans, coaches, hockey lovers & haters and even the players, made this spot one of the most popular
spots in Sioux City.


1974-75 Jersey Notes:
This style jersey (below-Podwysocki & Brandt) would be worn for the next 3 seasons.
Unsure if they were replaced at the end of each season.
Regular season white (pictured w/o Musketeer logo) and green (pictured w/o Musketeer logo).

1974-75 Steve Desloges

This is the first of three seasons this style jersey is worn by the Musketeers. This jersey is first worn this season
by Steve Desloges  Originally, these had the traditional circular Tri-State crest. Upon completion the 76-77 season,
these were handed down to the Sioux City High School team, where the front crest was removed and replaced by
the chain stitched “Sioux City” logo. Both sets were altered so finding one of these originals w/crest is gonna be a
toughie!!! Single color sewn-on numbers on back & sleeve. Made by General. Size and manufacturer
tag gone. Thanks!!! Dano.

1975-76 Jersey Notes:
This style jersey (below-Podwysocki & Brandt) is the second of three seasons worn by the Musketeers.
Un-sure if they were replaced at the end of each season.
Regular season white (needed with Musketeer logo) and green (needed with Musketeer logo).

1974-76 Bogdan “Bubba” Podwysocki
1973-74 Rookie of the Year  * 1974-75 Most Popular Player  * 1975-76 USHL All Star Southern Division

1970-72 Montreal Junior Canadians (OHA) * 1972-73 Ottawa 67’s (OHA) * 1973-76 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
Bogdan Podwysocki #18 1974-75/75-76 These are the second style jersey worn by the Musketeers for 2 seasons. This one was worn by fan favorite Bubba Podwysocki. Originally, these had the traditional circular Tri-State crest. Upon arrival of new Musketeer jerseys for the 76-77 season, these were handed down to the Sioux City High School team, where the front crest was removed and replaced by the generic Bogdan Podwysocki #18 1974-75/75-76 These are the second style jersey worn by the Musketeers for 2 seasons. This one was worn by fan favorite Bubba Podwysocki. Originally, these had the traditional circular Tri-State crest. Upon arrival of new Musketeer jerseys for the 76-77 season, these were handed down to the Sioux City High School team, where the front crest was removed and replaced by the generic
This is the second of three seasons this style jersey worn by the Musketeers. This one was worn for two seasons by
fan favorite Bubba Podwysocki. Originally, these had the traditional circular Tri-State crest. Upon completion of the
76-77 season, these were handed down to the Sioux City High School team, where the front crest was removed and
replaced by the chain stitched “Sioux City” logo. Both sets were altered so finding one of these originals w/crest
is gonna be a toughie!!! Made by General and is a size 44

Bubba joined the Musketeers for three seasons (73-76). In the late 60’s, he was considered a select Canadian player in
the youth levels and garnered lots of attention being pegged as some of the best young players Quebec had to offer. Before
he turned 18, he already has a pair of seasons under his belt playing for the Montreal Junior Canadians; playing 125 games
and scoring 40 goals and 50 assists. At 18, he joined the Ottawa 67’s  for the 72-73 season and played in 53 games scoring
nine goals and 16 assists.

A new opportunity to get to the States arrived in the new expansion team in Sioux City; only a year old-member of the
well established USHL Senior Professional League the Musketeers had made a respectable showing their first season and
were deemed a worthy organization. Bubba’s experience would pay-off, playing in 42 games he scored 20 goals, 23 assists
and finished as a top five high scorer.

It was more of the same the next season (74-75), with Bubba finishing as a top three scorer netting 33 goals and 31assists.
The 75-76 season saw a slow down of his scoring production but he continued to bring leadership and experience to the
Musketeers. While individually he scored 17 goals and 12 assists the Musketeers would mark this season as their first
major successful season capturing the Southern Division Championship and falling a few goals short of winning the
USHL championship.

Over his three season in Sioux City Bubba would claim several awards, Rookie of the Year & Most Popular Players as
well as a selection to the USHL All-Star Team. Always a fan favorites he will surely make the list of most memorable
Musketeers. Sadly, Bubba passed away in 1998, he was only 44 years old.

 1975-76 Kevin O’Rear

This is the second of three seasons for this style jersey. This season it was worn by Kevin O’Rear.  Originally, these had the
traditional circular Tri-State crest. Upon completion of the 76-77 season, these were handed down to the Sioux City High School
team, where the front crest was removed and replaced by the chain stitched “Sioux City” logo. Both sets were altered so finding
one of these originalsw/crest is gonna be a toughie!!! Single color sewn-on numbers on back & sleeve. Made by General. Size
and manufacturer tag gone.

1974-76 Mitch Brandt
1971-74 University of Denver Pioneers (NCAA) * 1974-77 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL-SR)
   
This is the second of three seasons for this style jersey and it was worn twice by Mitch Brandt. Originally, these had the
traditional circular Tri-State crest. Upon completion of the 76-77 season, these were handed down to the Sioux City
High School team, where the front crest was removed and replaced by the chain stitched “Sioux City” logo. Both sets were
altered, so finding one of these originals w/crest is gonna be a toughie!!! Single color sewn-on numbers on back &
sleeve. Made by General. Size and manufacturer tag gone. 

This one was worn by team Captain Mitch Brandt. Prior to joining theMusketeers he would play four seasons (71-75) for the University
of  Denver Pioneers. At the completion of his sophomore season in Denver, he was selected in both the NHL and the newly formed
WHL drafts. The Detroit Red Wings and the Cincinnati Stingers both very interested in the defenseman from Roseau, Minnesota.

Mitch would play a pair of seasons (75-77) for the Musketeers seeing time in 92 games notching16 goals and 63 assists. He would be
selected as team captain his last season. He would later become one of the original coaches of the Sioux City youth and high school
hockey teams.

1976-77 Jersey Notes:
This style (Podwysocki & Brandt) would be worn here for the last of three seasons. After the 76-77 season,
the Musketeer crest was removed and these jerseys were handed down to the Sioux City High School team and a chain-stiched
“Sioux City” added to the front of the jerseys. Unsure of how many times these jersey were replaced during their three seasons of use.

 

1977-78 Jersey Notes:
This would be the first season for the white (pinstripe style) jerseys and green (long shoulder yoke) jerseys.
Looks like the shoulder numbers on the green jerseys were added mid-season.
I could use your information, your team picture and/or your jersey here!!!

1977-78 Bob Ferguson
1971-74 Oshawa Generals (OHA) * 1974-75 Ottawa 67’s (OHA) * 1975-76 Napanee Commets (OHASr)
1976-77 Tucson Icemen (SWHL) * 1977-78 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 1978-81 Utica Mohawks (EHL)
 
This one was worn for a couple of seasons; the first one being this 77-78 season. It was donned most of the season by Bob Ferguson.
However, it was also worn a few times this season by Jim Smith and Bobby Hutton. This durene material jersey is hammered. It has
a sew-on embroidered crest. Two-color numbers on the back and NNOB. The single color, three inch “TV” numbers were added
half way through the season. Manufacturer tag in collar. Made by Rawlings. Size 46.

1978-79 Jersey Notes:
This would be the second of three seasons for this style white (pinstripes & short shoulder yoke)
Worn so far 1977-78 and 1978-79 seasons

This is also the second of three season wearing this green style ( white long shoulder yoke) game jerseys.
Worn so far 1977-78 and 1978-79 seasons.

Season Notes:
This 1978-79 is the last season for the USHL as a Senior Professional League. The following season 1979-80 is considered a
transition season from Professional to the new Junior Amature hockey classification. 1980-81 is the start of a new era of
USHL Junior A hockey.

If you have one of these jerseys…USHLstuff is very interested in purchasing this jersey and/or documenting its existence!!!

1978-79 Kurt Dade
1978-79 Sioux City Musketeers * 1985-86 New York Slapshots (ACHL)

 
This one was worn for a couple of seasons; this second one here is the 78-79 season by Kurt Dade. This durene material jersey
is hammered. It has a sew-on embroidered crest. Two-color numbers on the back and NNOB. The single color, three inch
number on sleeves. Manufacturer tag in collar. Made by Rawlings. Size 46.

1979-80 Jersey Notes:
The last of three seasons for these style white (pinstripes & short shoulder yoke) Musketeer jerseys (pictured below).
These jerseys worn 1977-78, 1978-79 and 1979-80

The last of three seasons for these style green (white long shoulder yoke) Musketeer jerseys Pictured below.
These jerseys worn 1977-78, 1978-79 and 1979-80

Season Notes:  Last season, 1978-79 is the last season for the USHL as a Senior Professional League. This season, 1979-80 is considered
a transition season from Professional to the new Junior Amature hockey classification.
  Next season,
1980-81 is the start
of a new era of USHL Junior A hockey.

1979-80 Joe Hurley
1979-80 Musketeers

Worn during the 79-80 season by Joe Hurley. This is a durene material jersey. Sewn-on fully embroidered front crest. Single
color sewn-on shoulder numbers and two-color tt back numbers. Manufacturer tag in collar. Made by Rawlings. Size 46. On
Loan from the JH collection

1979-80 Paul Barger
1979-80 Sioux City Musketeers

 
By the the looks of this jersey it could have also been worn the third and final season for this style jersey by Paul Barger. This durene
material jersey has a sewn-on embroidered front crest. Two-color numbers on the back. NNOB. The single color, three inch “TV”
numbers on shoulder. Manufacturer tag in collar. Made by Rawlings. Size 46. Tons of wear!!!

1979-80 Musketeers Team Jacket

Worn during the 79-80 season by Joe Hurley. This nylon material jacket was made by West Wind. It has a chain-stitched name on
left breast and a USHL on the right.  Single color tackle-twill lettering on the back as well as a 2″ player number on the right sleeve.

1980-81 Jersey Notes:
The Musketeers wore two styles jersey this season. White jersey with (traditional 3-stripes w/shoulder yoke as pictured)
These jersey were worn for two seasons (1980-81 and 1981-82)
Green Canadians style jersey (see team photo below). These were worn for two seasons (1980-81 and 1981-82)

Season Notes
:  This
1980-81 is the start of a new era for the of USHL and the start of what will become the most respected Junior
A League in the United States. 

1980-81  Paul Warden
1980-81 Musketeer Rookie of the Year

Paul Warden 80-81 & 81-82 These are from the first and second seasons of Sioux City USHL Junior A hockey. Worn briefly by Blair Swain, after a trade, Paul Warden wore this jersey for the remainder of the season as well as the complete next season. Made by Harv-Al Athletic Mfg. It is a sized Paul Warden 80-81 & 81-82 These are from the first and second seasons of Sioux City USHL Junior A hockey. Worn briefly by Blair Swain, after a trade, Paul Warden wore this jersey for the remainder of the season as well as the complete next season. Made by Harv-Al Athletic Mfg. It is a sized
Worn during 80-81 season. These are from the first and second seasons of Sioux City USHL Junior A hockey. Worn briefly by
Blair Swain, after a trade, Paul Warden wore this jersey for the remainder of the season. Embroidered crest. Mesh Material. Heat
applied numbers on back. 80-81 game socks game socks. Made by Harv-Al Athletic Mfg. It is a sized “L.”

1980-81 Green (Canadians style) Game Jersey

If you have one of these jerseys…USHLstuff is very interested in purchasing this jersey and/or documenting its existence!!!

 

1981-82 Jersey Notes:

  Musketeers wore two styles of game jerseys this season.

 White jersey: with (traditional 3-stripes w/shoulder yoke as pictured) These jersey were worn for two seasons (1980-81 and 1981-82)
Green Canadians style: jersey (see prior season team photo above). These were worn for two seasons (1980-81 and 1981-82)

This would be the second of two seasons wearing the white (traditional 3-stripes/shoulder yoke) style and the green (Canadians style) picture above.

Season Notes: This season the Musketeers go from Worst to First.
After last season’s dismal showing, new ownership, Ted and Jo Carlson and new coaching staff, Bob Ferguson bring home both the Anderson
and Clark Cup Championships. They would fall a goal short in the National Championship game. 

 1981-82 Clayton Wiffen
1977-81 Sioux City Metros (IHSHL) * 1981-83  Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) /  Austin Mavericks (USHL)
1983-86 Netherlands Ice Hockey League (PHL)  *  1986-88 Iowa State Cyclones (NCAA)
1981-82 Craig Heaslip

1983 USHL Anderson Cup Champions  *  1983 USHL Clark Cup Champions  *  1983 Jr. A Nationals Runner-Up

Player info to follow

Paul Warden 80-81 & 81-82 These are from the first and second seasons of Sioux City USHL Junior A hockey. Worn briefly by Blair Swain, after a trade, Paul Warden wore this jersey for the remainder of the season as well as the complete next season. Made by Harv-Al Athletic Mfg. It is a sized Paul Warden 80-81 & 81-82 These are from the first and second seasons of Sioux City USHL Junior A hockey. Worn briefly by Blair Swain, after a trade, Paul Warden wore this jersey for the remainder of the season as well as the complete next season. Made by Harv-Al Athletic Mfg. It is a sized
Worn during the first part of the 81-82 season by Sioux City native Clayton Wiffen befor a mid-season trade to the Austin Mavericks.
It is then worn by Craig Heaslip as the Musketeers embark on a regular season and play-off chanpionships and a bid for a National
title. Sewn-on Embroidered crest. Heat applied numbers
on back. 81-82 game socks game socks. Made by Harv-Al Athletic Mfg.
It is a sized “L.”  

Sioux City native Clayton Wiffen played a single season at home, before embarking in a junior, college & professional career
that would see him playing hockey all over the globe. He would join the Musketeers fresh out of high school and was one of
the first great players to emerge from the newly formed Siouxland Youth Hockey program. A mid-season trade moved him to
Austin playing for the Mavericks. He would play three seasons in the Netherlands Premier Hockey League before returning
home to Iowa. He would make a stop in Ames where he  played for the ISU Cyclones two additional seasons affording him
the chance to graduate and travel to China to play in an international club hockey tournament.

Prior to joining the Musketeers, Clayton was a stand-out player in the Iowa High School League. Playing four season with
the Sioux City Jr. Musketeers, he would be a scoring force that saw him lead the way three of those seasons. During that time
he collected an Honorable Mention and two All-State Team selections, as well as a Jr. Musketeers Most Valuable Player
Award
. During his senior year he was the league’s second leading scorer. He was always a terrific team leader and and great
mentor he was selected as an Alternate Captain three times.

Craig Heaslip
Musketeers 1981-82
1982 USHL Anderson Cup Champion * 1982 USHL Clark Cup Champion. * 1982 USA Hockey National Champion Runner-up

This stick was used during the 1981-82 season by Craig Heaslip. Ultralite 530 made by Canadien. (This thing weighs a ton
compared to today’s composite models)  Number 8 and HEAS on handle. 

Ted and Mary Jo Carlson 81-82 Jackets
1982 USHL Anderson Cup Champion * 1982 USHL Clark Cup Champion. * 1982 USA Hockey National Champion Runner-up

These were not team issued jackets, rather very traditional Musketeer jackets for sale to all those Musketeer faithful fans during
the late 70’s and early 80’s. This includes Ted and Mary Jo Carlson. The new owners of the Musketeers would go on to build,
arguably, one of the most dominate and successful USHL franchies ever.
This style
was worn for several seasons prior to 1981 when they purchased the Musketeers. Ted and Jo wore these to many games,
long befor the thought of team ownership. These oldies served as a reminder of the tradition of the Musketeers Green nylon jacket.
Gold satin stripe on the left arm only. Embroidered Musketeer patch on right chest. Name chain stitched on right pocket.
Made by Jo-Nee Sports. Size Small and Regular.

1981-82 Team Jackets Ted and Mary Jo Carlson
1982 USHL Anderson Cup Champion * 1982 USHL Clark Cup Champion.
1982 USA Hockey National Champion Runner-up


There would be the team issued jackets for this championship filled season of junior hockey. Green nylon jacket with striped
cuffs and waist band. Screened Musketeer logo on the left chest. Nothing on back. No individual player name or numbers.

 

1982-83 Jersey Notes:
Fresh off the debatable success of the Vancouver Canuck’s break from the traditional hockey
Jersey design, the Musketeers would wear their own “V” version for three seasons. This includes “V” style pants,
Green jerseys: No nameplate or sponsor / White Jerseys: No nameplate or sponsor.

1982-83 Keith Savaire
1983 USHL Anderson Cup Runner-Up  *  1983 USHL Clark Cup Runner-Up  *  1983 Jr. A Nationals Runner-Up


This was worn by Keith Savaire during the 82-83 season. This “V” style of jersey was worn by the Musketeers for three seasons
starting the 82-83 campaign. Lots of  wear. Tackle Twill crest & numbers. Two color sewn-onnumbers. NNOB. Manufacturer
tagging in collar and screened on hem. Shows great wear!!! Games Socks.This Style jersey is made by Sindy’s of Cleveland.

 Scott Dub

1983 USHL Anderson Cup Runner-Up  *  1983 USHL Clark Cup Runner-Up  *  1983 Jr. A Nationals Runner-Up

83-84 Musketeers Most Popular Player Award
1982-84 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 1984-88 University of North Dakota (NCAA) * 1987-88 Kalamazoo Wings (IHL)

This jersey was possibly worn by Scott Dub during his rookie season. This “V” style of jersey was worn by the Musketeers for three
seasons starting in 82-83. Lots of  wear. Tackle Twill crest & numbers. Two color sewn-onnumbers. NNOB. Manufacturer
tagging in collar and screened on hem.Games Socks.This Style jersey is made by Sindy’s of Cleveland.

Dana Orent

1983 USHL Anderson Cup Runner-Up  *  1983 USHL Clark Cup Runner-Up  *  1983 Jr. A Nationals Runner-Up
1983 USHL Goalie of the Year

1982-84 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL ) * 1985-88 United States International University (NCAA)
 
This was worn by goaltender Dana Orent for a pair of seasons. Worn during both his rookie and veteran seasons; this season he
would help guide the Musketeers to all three championship games this season. This “V” style of jersey was worn by the Musketeers
for three seasons starting the 82-83 campaign. Lots of  wear. Tackle Twill crest & numbers. Two color sewn-on numbers. NNOB.
Manufacturer tagging in collar and screened on hem. No fight strap. Games Socks.  Made by Sindy’s of Cleveland.

Tom Shinabargar

1983 USHL Anderson Cup Runner-Up  *  1983 USHL Clark Cup Runner-Up  *  1983 Jr. A Nationals Runner-Up

83-84 Musketeers Most Valuable Player
1982-84 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 1984-91 Bemidji State University (NCAA)
1982-83 Unknown, Shinabargar 83-84 & Gismondi 84-85 These sweaters were worn for three seasons. Still tracking 82-83 season. Next season this was worn by Tom Shinabargar and the following season worn by Mike Gismondi. This 1982-83 Unknown, Shinabargar 83-84 & Gismondi 84-85 These sweaters were worn for three seasons. Still tracking 82-83 season. Next season this was worn by Tom Shinabargar and the following season worn by Mike Gismondi. This
This “V” style of jersey was worn by the Musketeers for three seasons starting the 82-83 campaign. Worn for two seasons,
this and next, by Tom Shinabargar. Tackle Twill crest & numbers. Two color sewn-on numbers. NNOB. Manufacturer
tagging in collar and screened on hem. Game socks. No Fight Strap. Shows great wear!!! This Style jersey is made
by Sindy’s of Cleveland.

1983-84 Jersey Notes:
This would be the second of three seasons for this style of green and white Musketeer game jersey. Heavy weight
mesh material. Green matching “V” style pants. Double striped socks.

White jersey: No nameplate or sponsors.  Green jerseys: White nameplate with green heat applied letters.


Note: Neither goalies Steve O’Shea or Dana Orent wore nameplates on green jerseys.

Tom Shinabargar
83-84 Musketeers Most Valuable Player
1982-84 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 1984-91 Bemidji State University (NCAA)
1982-83 Unknown, Shinabargar 83-84 & Gismondi 84-85 These sweaters were worn for three seasons. Still tracking 82-83 season. Next season this was worn by Tom Shinabargar and the following season worn by Mike Gismondi. This 1982-83 Unknown, Shinabargar 83-84 & Gismondi 84-85 These sweaters were worn for three seasons. Still tracking 82-83 season. Next season this was worn by Tom Shinabargar and the following season worn by Mike Gismondi. This
This “V” style of jersey was worn by the Musketeers for three seasons starting the 82-83 campaign. Worn for two seasons,
82-83 & 83-84 by Tom Shinabargar (color) then Mike Gismondi during the 84-85 season. Tackle Twill crest & numbers.
Two color sewn-on numbers. NNOB. Manufacturer tagging in collar and screened on hem. Made by Sindy’s of Cleveland.

  1983-84 Steve O’Shea
Musketeers 1983-85 * 1985-89 Bemidji State University (NCAA)
84-85 Steve O'Shea This jersey was worn by goaltender Steve O'Shea during the 84-85 season. This style of jersey was worn by the Musketeers for three seasons starting the 82-83 campaign. Steve O'Shea played two seasons for the Musketeers. Light Wear. This 84-85 Steve O'Shea This jersey was worn by goaltender Steve O'Shea during the 84-85 season. This style of jersey was worn by the Musketeers for three seasons starting the 82-83 campaign. However, judging by the wear, this one was only worn for the mentioned season. This
This jersey was worn by goaltender Steve O’Shea during either/both the 83-84 and 84-85 seasons. This “V” style of
jersey was worn by the Musketeers for three seasons starting the 82-83 campaign.  Tackle Twill crest. Two color tt
numbers. NNOB. Manufacturer tagging in collar and screened on hem. Shows great wear!!! This Style jersey is made
by Sindy’s of Cleveland. Size L. Steve played two seasons for the Musketeers befor heading to Bemidji State University to
play collegiate hockey for four seasons.

1982-83 & 1983-84 Dana Orent
Musketeers 1982-84
1982-84 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL ) * 1985-88 United States International University (NCAA)

 
More Info to follow!!!!

 

1984-85 Jersey Notes:
This would be the final season for this style of Musketeer game jersey worn for three seasons.
Green and White Jerseys: No nameplates or sponsors this season.

 1984-85 Bill Ferreira

This jersey was worn during the 84-85 season by  by Bill Ferreire.This “V” Style jersey has nice wear.Very heavy
mesh material. Tackle twill crest & numbers. NNOB. Manufactured by Sindy’s of Cleveland, OH. Size L.

Mike Fowler
1984-86 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)

This jersey was worn by Mike Fowler during the first (84-85) of two seasons as a Musketeer.  Heavy material. Fully cut & sewn
three color attached crest. Tackle Twill crest & numbers. Multi-layer striping. NNOB. It has greatwear.Manufacturer tagging
screened on hem andsewn in collar. Manufactured by “Sindy’s” of  Cleveland, OH. Mike finished his rookie regular season scoring
ten goals and adding six assists. The following season he would finish among top five Musketeers scorers recording fourteen goals
and thirty-four assists in route to the Musketeers “Triple Crown” Championship Season. Mike would go on to play college
hockey at the University of Alaska-Anchorage.

Steve O’Shea
1985 Musketeers 7th Man Award
1983-85 Sioux City Musketeers * 1985-91 Bemidji State University (NCAA)
84-85 Steve O'Shea This jersey was worn by goaltender Steve O'Shea during the 84-85 season. This style of jersey was worn by the Musketeers for three seasons starting the 82-83 campaign. Steve O'Shea played two seasons for the Musketeers. Light Wear. This 84-85 Steve O'Shea This jersey was worn by goaltender Steve O'Shea during the 84-85 season. This style of jersey was worn by the Musketeers for three seasons starting the 82-83 campaign. However, judging by the wear, this one was only worn for the mentioned season. This
Worn by goaltender Steve O’Shea during either/both the 83-84 and 84-85 seasons. This “V” style of jersey was worn by the
Musketeers for three seasons starting the 82-83 campaign.Steve O’Shea played two seasons for the Musketeers. Tackle Twill
crest & two color sewn-on numbers.NNOB. Manufacturer tagging in collar and screened on hem. Shows great wear!!! This style
jersey is made by Sindy’s of Cleveland. Size L. Steve logged a pair of seasons in net for the Musketeers. Even as a rookie he
would see time in  14 plus games and finished with a winning record of 8-2-1.  The following season he would take on the starting
goalie duties posting a 20-14 regular season record  Steve would be voted the the Musketeers Most Popular Player. He would go
on to play four seasons at Bemidji State University (NCAA III). His final two seasons, he would be selected as a West Division
First Team All-American

Mike Gismondi
Musketeers 1984-85
1982-83 Unknown, Shinabargar 83-84 & Gismondi 84-85 These sweaters were worn for three seasons. Still tracking 82-83 season. Next season this was worn by Tom Shinabargar and the following season worn by Mike Gismondi. This 1982-83 Unknown, Shinabargar 83-84 & Gismondi 84-85 These sweaters were worn for three seasons. Still tracking 82-83 season. Next season this was worn by Tom Shinabargar and the following season worn by Mike Gismondi. This
This “V” style of jersey was worn by the Musketeers for three seasons starting the 82-83 campaign. Worn for two seasons,
82-83 & 83-84 by Tom Shinabargar then Mike Gismondi during the 84-85 season. Tackle Twill crest & numbers. Two color
sewn-on numbers. NNOB. Manufacturer tagging in collar and screened on hem. 82-83 season game socks. Shows great wear!!!
This Style jersey is made by Sindy’s of Cleveland.

1984-85 Jay Olsen
1984-85 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL )

This jersey was also possibly worn for a third consecutive season by goalie Jay Olsen. This “V” style of jersey was worn by the
Musketeers for three seasons. Lots of  wear. Tackle Twill crest & numbers. Two color sewn-onnumbers. NNOB. Manufacturer
tagging in collar and screened on hem. No fight strap. Games Socks. This Style jersey is made by Sindy’s of Cleveland.

1985-86 Jersey Notes: This season would see the re-introduction of the long shoulder yoke style jersey, this time on both the white and green jerseys.
The greens would be worn the next four seasons while the whites would only be worn the next two seasons.

This season only white jerseys had a sponsor in place of traditional nameplate. Made by Sindy’s on hem.
Two color numbers; green with gold outline.
Green jerseys had no sponsor and two color numbers; white numbers with gold outline on back. Made by Sindy’s on hem.
These jerseys were probably given to individual players as the following season whites have no indication of removed sponsor
and next season’s green jersey have a three color numbers.

White Jerseys Sponsor nameplates on back. Two-color back numbers green numbers with gold trim. Made by Sindy’s.
Manufacturer tag on back right hem

Green Jerseys No sponsors. NNOB. Back numbers two-color white with gold trim. Manufacturer tag on back right hem

1985-86 Ted Carlson Team Jacket

This was Ted’s 1985-86 team jacket. These were white nylon material with a vey thin insulated liner. Striped cuffs and collar.  Screened
logo on left front chest. Manufacturer tag and size tag in collar. Made by Met Pro Shop. Nothing on back.

1986-87 Jersey Notes: 

Green Jerseys, the second season of four seasons for of this style jersey. However last season numbers are
two-color on the back and the following two seasons are three-color numbers on back.
No nameplate or sponsor on back. Possible worn for two seasons.


White jerseys, some jerseys had sponsors on back as they were added during the season. Several player jerseys did go
unsponcored. Note above: team added sponcores as the season progressed. Player 4-Joe Morton Insurance, Player
12-Siouxland Convention Center and Player 18-Bud Light.  
Last of two seasons for this style white jersey. 

1986-87 Mark Ulvin

1986 USHL Anderson Cup Champions * 1986 USHL Clark Cup Champions * 1986 Jr. A National Champions
1985-87 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
Mark Ulvin 85-86 and 86-87. This is a home #27 gamer. Worn for two seasons, it has great wear.Very heavy jersey. It is tagged Mark Ulvin 85-86 and 86-87. This is a home #27 gamer. Worn for two seasons, it has great wear.Very heavy jersey. It is tagged
Worn by Mark Ulvin during his second season as a Musketeer. Three color Tackle Twill crest & two color numbers. NNOB this
season. Completely sewn shoulder yoke and hem stripes. Manufacturer tagging screened on hem and sewn in collar. Manufactured
by “Sindy’s” of  Cleveland, OH. It has great wear. Heavy material jersey. Size L.

1986-87  Steve Bogoyevac

1986 USHL Anderson Cup Champions * 1986 USHL Clark Cup Champions * 1986 Jr. A National Champions

1986-88 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 1988-92 University of Alaska-Anchorage (NCAA)
1992-95 Dayton Bombers/Richmond Renegades (ECHL) / Springfeild Indians (AHL) * 1995-96 Fresno Falcons (WCHL)

Rick Dodd 85-86 & Steve Bogoyevac 86-87 This is a home #17 gamer. Worn for two seasons, it has great wear. First worn by Rick Dodd, the following season by Steve Bogoyevac. Very heavy jersey. It is tagged     Rick Dodd 85-86 & Steve Bogoyevac 86-87 This is a home #17 gamer. Worn for two seasons, it has great wear. First worn by Rick Dodd, the following season by Steve Bogoyevac. Very heavy jersey. It is tagged
This jersey/style was worn Steve Bogoyevac during his rookie season. This has great wear!!! NNOB.  Two color tackle twill numbers
& three color tackle twill crest.Very heavy jersey. Fully sewn shoulder yoke and hem stripes. It is tagged in collar and screened
on hem “Sindy’s” of Cleveland, OH. Size L

1986-87 Don Dwyer  / 1986-87 Bill Hein
Musketeers 1985-87 /Musketeers 1986-88
1986 USHL Anderson Cup Champions 1986 USHL Clark Cup Champions 1986 Jr. A National Champions


This jersey was worn during this season by both Don Dywer and Billy Heim.  Two color tackle twill numbers & three color tackle twill
crest. Nice wear!!!
Very heavy jersey. NNOB. Fully sewn shoulder and hem striping. Manufacturer tagging sewn in collar and
screened onhem “Sindy’s” of Cleveland, OH.Size L. IBP Sponsor plate removed.

1986-87 Darryl Gorham
Musketeers 1986-87

This jersey was worn by Darryl Gorham during his first season with the musketeers. Two color tackle twill numbers & three
color tackle twill crest. NNOB. Nice great wear!!! Very heavy jersey.  Manufacturer tagging sewn in collar and screened on
hem “Sindy’s” of Cleveland, OH.Size L

  I would love to find one of these jerseys with a sponsor on the back !!!

Rod Taylor

1987 USHL All-Star  * 1987 All-USHL 1st Team USHL  *  2nd Leading Scorer 67/38/105 (48 Game Schedule)
USHL Single Season Record Scorer with 67 goals (48 Game Schedule)
USHL Single Season Power Play Scorer with 24 goals (48 Game Schedule)

1986-87 Musketeers Most Valuable Player  *  1986-87 Musketeers 7th Man Award

1983-85 Waterloo Black Hawks * 1986-87 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 1987-91 Ferris State University (NCAA)
1991-2000 Hampton Roads Admirals (ECHL) * 2000-02 Richmond Renegades (ECHL) * 2002-03 South Carolina (ECHL)
2005-06 Richmond Riverdogs (ECHL)

  
This jersey by Rod Taylor during the 86-87 season. Two color tackle twill numbers & three color tackle twill crest. Very
heavy jersey. NNOB. Layered striping. Manufacturer tagging sewn in collar and screened on hem “Sindy’s” of
Cleveland, OH
. Size L.

The Rod Taylor Story…
…Rod played three USHL seasons (83-87). His first three for the Waterloo Black Hawks then one final season in Sioux City.  

His first season stats are vague, but his second season in Waterloo saw him post 54 goals & 29 assists for 83 total points in just 46
games. The following season he would record 29 goals, 27 assists for 56 total points in just 45 games.

Over the summer Rod is traded to Sioux City. Why in the world would Waterloo trade away a top scorer who collects nearly
1.5 points per game?!?!   All that matters is…they did and the rest is League History.

That next season, Rod became a Musketeer and the 86-87 season was going to be one for the USHL record books. By the time
the traditional 48-game season ended, he had finished the season as the League’s second highest scorer with 105 points. His
67 goals and 24 Power Play goals would both become USHL records that still stand today.  Rod would be selected the USHL
1st Team and also the Musketeers Most Valuable Player.

After playing hockey at Ferris State University for four seasons, it was on to the pros for Rod. Joining the East Coast League,
he found a home in Norfolk, Virginia; eventually playing for the Hampton Roads Admirals for nine seasons. He scored just 26
goals his rookie season but after that he never was less than a top-five team scorer during the next seven seasons; during the
93-94 season, he lead the team with 54 goals and 34 assists and twice he was the Admirals second highest scorer.  He
scored over 30
goals per season for seven of these nine seasons.

Rod’s name is all over the Admirals record book, topping the charts in games played, goals scored, total points an
even in
total penalty minutes. He is also the ECHL’s top goal scorer and second highest point getter.

He would play two more seasons for the Richmond Renegades (ECHL), the first season he would lead the team in goals
and
finish as a top three scorer, but 18 seasons of hockey was starting to take its toll. The following season he would
split time
between Richmond and Roanoke and then play his 20th season in 2002-03, scoring eight goals and ten
assists for
the South Carolina Stingrays.

However, there is more to this story… 

…on Saturday, February 25th, 2006, 7143 people filled the Richmond Coliseum to watch the Richmond Riverdogs
play the Roanoke Express. In a 4-1 victory, the Riverdogs defeated the Express. Scoring two of the ‘Dogs four goals &
returning to the ice after three years of retirement and for one night only was….Rod Taylor!!!

In 2009 Rod was inducted into the ECHL Hall of Fame


1986-87 Greg Arend

Sioux City Musketeers 1986-87

This one was worn this season by Musketeer rookie Greg Arend. These jerseys were possibly worn the following season
as well. Three color layers tackle twill and chain stitched logo.Heavy material with two color sleeve numbers and three
color back numbers. NNOB. No sponsor.  Manufacturer tagging in collar only. Size XL. Made by Locker Room Sports,
St. Louis, Mo.  Greg would log just a single season playing for the Musketeers. Playing in twenty-three games he would
record seven goals and ten assists.


1987-88 Jersey Notes:
A new style white jersey (pictured below-Zahradka) was introduced this season. It would be worn for the next
two seasons. Made by Locker Room Sports, St. Louis, MO
Traditional green jersey with long shoulder yoke style is worn for this third season and also worn next season as well.
Note: 3 color numbers on back/two color on sleeve. Made by Locker Room Sports, St. Louis, MO


Reference three-color back numbers different than the prior season. Also…pictured here are legendary USHL officials Ron Hoffman and Scott Zingerman. Both of these guys would start out as terrific mentors and eventually great friends

1987-88 Travis Zahradka

88-89 Musketeers Leading Scorer  *  88-89 Musketeers Most Valuable Player
1987-89 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) *
1989-93 University of Wisconsin-Superior (NCAA)

This one was worn both seasons (87-89) by Travis Zahradka . Tackle Twill crest & numbers. Heavy mesh Material.Two color tackle-
twill numbers & three color tackle twill crest. NNOB. Nice wear!!! Lots of washings!!!Manufacturer tagging in collar and screened
on hem.
Made by Locker Room Sports, St. Louis, MO. No size tag. Travis would log a pair of seasons playing for the Musketeers.
His rookie season (87-88) he would see time in 37 games; notching seven goals, seven assists and record 42 minutes in the box. The
following season (88-89) Travis and his offensive shills would shine.  Leading the team with 87 regular season points; he would
tally 40 goals, 47 assists and  67 penalty minutes all during a standard 48 game schedule. He would be selected as the Musketeer’s
Most valuable Player. After his these two USHL seasons, he would go on to play at the University of Wisconsin at Superior.

1987-88 Mike Pohlen
Musketeers 1987-88

This one was worn a second season by Musketeer rookie Mike Pohlen.  Three color layers tackle twill and chain stitched logo.
Heavy material with two color sleeve numbers and three color back numbers. NNOB. No sponsor.  Manufacturer tagging in
collar only. Size XL. Made by Locker Room Sports, St. Louis, Mo.

1987-88 Billy Hein
Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) 1986-88
This stick was probably used during the 87-88 season by “Buffalo” Bill Hein. This would have been the second of two seasons (86-88)
spent as a Musketeer. Canadian wood/fiberglass stick. Model 6001. No pattern. This is from the Bob Goss collection and autographed
to host parents Bob and Carmel. White tape handle with “Buffalo” in capitol letters.

1987-88 Mark Tremain
Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) 1986-88
This stick was used during the 87-88 season by defenseman Mark Tremain. This would have been the second of two seasons (86-88)
spent as a Musketeer. Louisville wood/fiberglass stick. Model 2130. No pattern stamp. This is from the Bob Goss collection and
autographed to host parents Bob and Carmel. White tape handle with #6 on knob and Tremain below.

1988-89 Jersey Notes: This would be the second of two seasons for this white style jersey (pictured-Zahradka).
This will be the last of four seasons for this green shoulder yoke style jersey.

1988-89 Travis Zahradka

88-89 Musketeers Leading Scorer  *  88-89 Musketeers Most Valuable Player
1987-89 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 1989-93 University of Wisconsin-Superior (NCAA)


This one was worn both seasons by Travis Zahradka. Tackle Twill crest & numbers. Heavy mesh Material. Two color tackle-twill
numbers & three color tackle-twill crest. NNOB. Nice wear!!! Lots of washings!!! Manufacturer tagging in collar and screened
on hem. Made by LockerRoom Sports of St. Louis, MO. No size tag. Travis would log a pair of seasons playing for the Musketeers.
During his rookie season Travis would see time in 37 games; notching seven goals,seven assists and 42 minutes in the box. The
following season the returning veteran’s offensive shills would flourish. Leading the team with 87 regular season points; he would
tally forty goals, forty-seven assists along with 67 penalty minutes all during a standard 48 game schedule. He would be selected
as the Musketeer’s Most valuable Player. Travis would go on to play four seasons at the University of Wisconsin at Superior.

1988-89 Paul Harbaugh
1988-90 Musketeers (USHL) *  1990-1994 University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire (NCAA)
 
This one was worn by Musketeer rookie Paul Harbaugh.  Three color layers tackle twill and chain stitched logo. Heavy material
with two color sleeve numbers and three color back numbers. NNOB. No sponsor.  Manufacturer tagging in collar removed and
screened on hem. Size XL. Made by Locker Room Sports in St. Louis, Mo. Paul would play a pair of seasons in Sioux City. This
rookie season saw him play a complete forty-eight games season; notching fourteen goals and eighteen assists. His thirty-two points
was among the top seven team scorers. He would log a second season recording nineteen red-lighters and twenty-one helpers, again
among the top seven team scorers. Paul would go on to play four seasons at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.

 


1989-90 Jersey Notes:
This season starts to see a trend back to traditional striping and jersey designs.
The greens (pictured-Frescoln) were based on the Minnesota North Stars jerseys from that same time period.
Green jerseys had no name plates or sponsors on back.  Some of the White jerseys had a sponsor.

1990-91 Jersey Notes:
 The same green style was again worn this season. No name or sponsor.  The same green jerseys would be worn
the following season as well. White jersey style this season with sponsor on back

     

  Green Jerseys: had no sponsor / White jerseys: had sponsor in place of nameplate

 
The Green jersey from this season were not sold and worn again the following season.
Left: Chad Nordby. 1990-91 season   Right: Chris Frescoln 1991-92  (Note: Red Marks on number 3)

1990-91 Chad Nordby
1990-91 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
91-92 Chris Frescoln This 3 green jersey was worn during the 91-92 season by Defenseman Chris Frescoln. NOB, sized XL. Nice wear. 91-92 Chris Frescoln This 3 green jersey was worn during the 91-92 season by Defenseman Chris Frescoln. NOB, sized XL. Nice wear.
Worn during the first of two seasons, 90-91 by Chad Nordby. Mesh material. Tackle Twill crest and two color tackle twill numbers.
Game socks. Confirm Fight strap. Nice wear!!!  NNOB. Manufacturer unknown. Sized XL. Chad would log a single season as
a Musketeer.  Missing just a single game during the season he would record seven goals and a dozen assists.

1991-92 Jersey Notes:
Another season of the North Stars style jerseys. Also shown are the white style jerseys from that season.
Green Jerseys:
had no sponsor / White jerseys: had sponsor in place of nameplate

 
The same Green jersey from last season were worn again this season.
Left:  Chad Nordby 1990-91  Right: Chris Frescoln 1991-92  (Note: Red Marks on number 3)

1991-92 Chris Frescoln
1991-92 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) *  1992-93 Detroit Freeze (NAHL) * 1993-97 University of Michigan Wolverines (NCAA)
91-92 Chris Frescoln This 3 green jersey was worn during the 91-92 season by Defenseman Chris Frescoln. NOB, sized XL. Nice wear.    91-92 Chris Frescoln This 3 green jersey was worn during the 91-92 season by Defenseman Chris Frescoln. NOB, sized XL. Nice wear.
Also worn the prior season, this timeit is worn by Chris Frescoln. Mesh material. Tackle Twill crest and two color tackle twill
numbers. Game socks. Confirm fight strap. Nice wear!!!  NNOB. Manufacturer unknown. Sized XL. Picture is from the Des
Moines vs. SC game on December 27th, 1991. Note red marks on number #3. Chris would miss a complete 48 game season by
one game, scoring a pair ofgoals and three assists in his single season as a Musketeer. The following season he would return to
his home state where he played for the Detroit Freeze. Chris would go on to play four seasons at the University of Michigan.

  1991-92 Chad Burckhard
1991-93 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
Worn by Chad Buckhard during the 91-92 season. No player NOBs, instead, each jersey was sponsored by a different SC business. This one was sponsored by soon to be computer giant Gateway (2000). Size XL. Worn by Chad Buckhard during the 91-92 season. No player NOBs, instead, each jersey was sponsored by a different SC business. This one was sponsored by soon to be computer giant Gateway (2000). Size XL.
Worn by Chad Burckhard during the first of two seasons in Sioux City. No player nameplates, instead, each jersey was sponsored
by a local business.Mesh material, tackle twill two color numbers. Three color tackle twill crest. Single color sponsor nameplate.
Manufacturer tagging in collar. This one was sponsored by, soon to be, computer giant, Gateway 2000. Size XL. Chad would
see time in 46 games this season, finding the net four times and assisting on six other Musketeer goals. A season ending injury
would sideline Chad’s second season after just four games.

 

1992-93 Jersey Notes:
This season the Musketeers wore two color of game jerseys, green and white (pictured) .
Green Jerseys: had no sponsor / White jerseys: had sponsor in place of nameplate
These Green away jerseys were the same style as pictured below with number on chest, puck man on shoulder, no shoulder number &
white based crest.

USHLstuff.com is very interested in finding one of these white jerseys!!!

92-93 White Game Jersey Style

If you have one of these jerseys…USHLstuff is very interested in purchasing this jersey and/or documenting its existence!!!

This is the style worn during the 92-93 Musketeer season. White based tri-state crest. Two color numbers on back & front.
No numbers on shoulders * Individual sponsors on back of both green and white.

1992-93 Musketeers Team Jacket

This style of team jacket was worn during the 1992-93 season by Owner Ted Carlson. These jackets had the player’s name
on the right and a Musketeer logo embroidered on the left side. (Player jackets right side may have had the players number
above/under/in place of the embroidered name) Also on the sleeve is a USHL patch on the right and a Musketeers patch on
the left. Manufacturer tagging in collarand on left sleeve. Made by DeLong. Size L.

1993-94 Jersey Notes:
This season the Musketeers wore two color of game jerseys, a white and green.
Green Jerseys:
Had no sponsor / White jerseys: Had sponsor in place of nameplate.
Puck Man makes his debut this season as a secondary logo.

93-94 Jessie Monell

1995 USHL All-Star * 1995 Musketeers Team Captain
1992-95 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 1995-98 Iowa State Cyclones (NCAA) * 1998-2000 Sweden/Europe Elite League
 
 Worn by Sioux City native Jesse Monell during the 93-94 season, his second of three seasons as a Musketeer. Sewn-on white
based
embroidered USHL crest. Has Puck Man shoulder patches on both sides.  Two Color sponsor nameplate on back. Sewn-on
Embroidered crest & shoulder patches. Sewn on two color numbers. Game Socks. Ni fight strap. The “Puck Man” starts to creep
into the Musketeer theme. Mesh material. Size XL. Manufactured by Athletic Sewing.

Jesse was Sioux City native he played all through the Siouxland Youth Hockey hockey program as well as  three seasons
for the Sioux City MetrosHighSchool team. That team that would win back to back State Championships in 91 & 92. He joined
the Musketeers during his Senior Year and played three seasons (92-95). During his final season (94-95) he would be voted
Musketeer Team Captain and be selected to the USHL All-Star Team.

He would also log time playing for the Iowa State Cyclones. The ‘Clones D2 teams were one of the first successful club hockey
programs around and set the pace for  many of the popular club teams today. Following four season in Ames, Ames he would
play in Europe for several seasons before returning home to Sioux City. He would become active in the Siouxland Youth
Hockey program, first starting as a youth coach and eventually becoming the director of player and coaching development.
He is currentlly the head coach of the Sioux City Metros High School hockey team.

Did You Know…Jessie is a two-time USA Hockey (High School/Blended) National Championship coach. In 2018 he was
an Assistant Coach when the Sioux City Metros won their first ever National Championship. Six seasons later he was the
metros Head Coach when they won it again in 2024.

93-94  Bryan Fuss
1994 USHL  USHL All-Star Team South  * 1994 USHL 2nd Leading Scorer 42/43/85 (48 Game Schedule)

1994 Musketeers Leading Scorer 42/43/85 (48 Game Schedule) * 1994 Musketeers Most Valuable Player
1994 Musketeer Penalty Minutes Leader 197

1992-93 Des Moines Buccaneers (USHL) / Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) *  993-94 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
1994-98 Lake Superior State University (NCAA) * 1997-98 Nashville Ice Flyers (CHL) * 1998-99 Columbus Chill (ECHL)

Bryan Fuss Played two seasons in Sioux City. Probably worn only during the 93-94 season. Has Puck Man shoulder patches
on both sides. Two Color sponsor nameplate on back. Sewn-on Embroidered crest & shoulder patches. Sewn on two color
numbers. Game Socks. The “Puck Man” starts to creep into the Musketeer theme.  Mesh material. Size XL. Manufactured
by Athletic Sewing.
Leading the team this season in both goals and assists, Bryan would out pace the Musketeers second
highest scorer by forty points; netting 42 goals and 43 assists in just a 48 game schedule. He would also lead the team in penalty
minutes with 197;  fifty minutes more that the second highest Musketeer. He would play four seasons at Lake Superior State
and three more seasons as a professional, playing in the CHL and ECHL. 

T.J. Tanberg
1993-94 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 1994-98 Colorado College Tigers (NCAA) *1998-99 Tallahassee Tiger Sharks (ECHL)
1999-2000 Tallahassee Tiger Sharks (ECHL) / Greensboro Generals (ECHL)

This home/white jersey has Puck Man shoulder patches on both sides.  Two Color sponsor nameplate on back. Sewn-on
embroidered crest & shoulder patches. Sewn on two color numbers. Game Socks.The “Puck Man” starts to creep into
the Musketeer theme.  Mesh material. Size XXL and manufactured by Athletic Sewing.  TJ would finish the season scoring
fourteen goals and adding twenty assists.  His thirty-four points placed him as the sixth highest team scorer. In January of this
season, he would receive the USHL/Let’s Play Hockey Player of the Week Award.

1993-94  T.J. Tanberg
1993-94 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 1994-98 Colorado College Tigers (NCAA) * 1998-99 Tallahassee Tiger Sharks (ECHL)
1999-2000 Tallahassee Tiger Sharks (ECHL) / Greensboro Generals (ECHL)

Worn for two seasons by TJ Tanberg. This #17 Green jersey has shoulder patches on both sides. Size XXL. NNOB The Worn for two seasons by TJ Tanberg. This #17 Green jersey has shoulder patches on both sides. Size XXL. NNOB The
This style was worn for two seasons, by T.J. Tanberg. This green/away jersey has Puck Man shoulder patches on both
sides.  NNOB. Sewn-on Embroidered crest & shoulder patches. Sewn on two color numbers. The “Puck Man” starts to
creep into the Musketeer’s theme. Mesh material. Size XXL. Manufactured by Athletic Sewing. TJ would see time in forty-
two USHL games this season; grabbing fourteen red-lighters and twenty helpers as well as seventy-two penalty minutes. The
following season, TJ would play four seasons at Colorado College where he recorded twenty-two goals and seventeen assists
and saw time in 130 contests. He would play another  pair of seasons in the ECHL, logging time for the Greenville Generals
and the Tallahassee Tiger Sharks.

 

1994-95 Jersey Notes:
This season the Musketeers wore two color of game jerseys, the home/white jersey (pictured) and a away/green.
Puck Man becomes the primary logo and just like that…the traditional Tri-State logo is history!!!
Green Jerseys:
had no sponsor / White jerseys: Sponsors some yes and some no. The Musketeers wore their previous season jerseys for
the Buc Bowl and then switched to the new jersey style for the start of the regular season.

4.5 ” x 2.5″ Embroidered Patch Yellow on Black First season for USHL patch of this type (yellow on black) for green jerseys on left
front First season for USHL patch of this type (black on white) for white jerseys on left front

1994-95  Jesse Monell

1995 USHL All-Star * 1995 Musketeers Team Captain

1992-95 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 1995-98 Iowa State Cyclones (NCAA) * 1998-00 Sweden/Europe Elite League
1994-95 Jesse Monell #21 Worn by Sioux City native Jesse Monell. Jesse played three seasons for the Musketeers. This would be the first year for the Puckman logo. NNOB, USHL chest patch, this one is made by Althletic Sewing and is sixed XXL. 1992-93 Jesse Monell #21 Worn by Sioux City native Jesse Monell. Jesse played three seasons for the Musketeers. This on is from the 92-93 season. NNOB, USHL chest patch, this one is made by Althletic Sewing and is sixed XXL.
Worn by Sioux City native Jesse Monell for his last of three seasons as a Musketeer. This on is from the 94-95 season. Sewn-on
embroidered USHL crest. Embroidered Crest. Single color numbers. NNOB. Mesh material. This is Huge!!! Missing “C”??? Made
by Athletic Sewing with tag in collar. Sized XXL. Jesse would eventually return to Sioux City where he becomes active in the
Siouxland youth hockey program. Following a group of Tykes thorough the program, he would take on the High School Assistant
coaching position in 2017 helping lead the Metros to a MHSHL championship as well as the USA Hockey National
Championship. The following season he would take the helm and he is currently the Metros Head Coach. In 2024 he would
lead the Metros to their second USA Hockey National Championship.

1994-95 Drew Hale
1995 Musketeers Most Improved Player 1994-96 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 1996-2000 Merrimac College (NCAA)
Drew Hale #7 Away Drew Hale #7 Away
This jersey was worn by Drew Hale during the 94-95 season, the first of two seasons in Sioux City. Sewn-on Captain’s “C” below
yellow on black embroidered USHL patch. NNOB. Embroidered front Crest. Fine mesh material. Single color sewn-on numbers on back
and shoulders. Made by Athletic Sewing. Size XL

1994-95 Musketeers Team Jacket

This style of team jacket was worn during the 1994-95 season by Owner Ted Carlson. These jackets had the player’s name on
the right and a Musketeer logo patch attached on the left side. Also on the left sleeve was a USHL attached logo patch.
Manufacturer tagging in collar and on left sleeve. Made by DeLong Sportswear/USA.

1995-1996 Jersey Notes:
This would be the first season for these green “St. Louis Blues” style jersey. This season the green jerseys had a USHL patch on the
right sleeve. 3″ Embroidered Patch Worn at base of right sleeve Worn only one season on green jerseys.

The white jerseys were the same style as the previous season’s white jerseys V shoulders with black lettered nameplate.
The white jerseys did not have a round USHL patch on the sleeve.

Both Jersey colors had the black with yellow USHL patch. First of three seasons this style patch would be worn. Same 4.5 ” x 2.5″
Embroidered Yellow on Black Patch like this was worn on green Musketeers Jerseys on front left.  A similar white patch
with black letters were worn on white jerseys in same location.

1995-96 Joe Robillard
1995-96 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)

This one was worn during the 95-96 season by Joe Robillard. Sewn-on yellow on black embroidered USHL patch on left chest.
Embroidered Crest. Three color numbers and single color attached nameplate. USHL patch on right lower sleeve. Manufacturer
tagging in collar removed. Size tag remains. Manufacturer embroidered on hem. Made by CCM and is a size 52.  Joe would
log this single season for the Musketeers playing in twenty-five games. He would record five goals and five assists as well as
twenty-five minutes in the box. 

1995-96 Bobby Gassoff
1994-96 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 1997-01 University of Michigan
2001-02 Worcester Ice Cats (ECHL) / Peoria Rivermen (AHL)
 
This Helmet was worn during the 95-96 season by Defenseman Bobby Gassoff. Made by CCM. Puckman sticker on back
left. Single color #3 on back. #3 written on inside back. Yellow on black Sioux city sticker on front, Musketeers stickers on
sides (left side missing). Certification and size tags removed/missing.  On loan from the RD collection.
Read Here about Bobby‘s hockey career and service to his country

Did You Know…on August 23rd, 2023 Bobby would be inducted to the St Louis Amateur Hockey Association Hall of
Fame.
He was a two-time Musketeer Team Captain and a University of Michigan National Champion. He would also go
on to a storied
military career.

1996-1997 Jersey Notes:
Green jersey: This would be the second of two seasons for these “St. Louis Blues” green style jerseys.
White Jersey: the first and only season for the white style  “St. Louis Blues” jersey.

No round USHL patch on either green or white jersey sleeve this season.

Same 4.5 ” x 2.5″ Embroidered Patch Yellow on Black Patch worn on green and white Musketeers Jerseys on front left.
Last of three seasons for this style USHL patch. 

1996-97 Nick Tietjen
1996-97 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 1997-98 Danville Wings (NAHL) * 1998-01 University of Wisconsin/Eau Clair
Nick Tietjen Away #21 1996-97 This one was worn during the 96-97 season by Nick Tietjen. NOB and yellow on black USHL chest patch. This away sweater is made by CCM and is a size 52.     Nick Tietjen Away #21 1996-97 This one was worn during the 96-97 season by Nick Tietjen. NOB and yellow on black USHL chest patch. This away sweater is made by CCM and is a size 52.
This one was worn during the 96-97 season by Nick Tietjen. Sewn-on yellow on black embroidered USHL chest patch.
Embroidered Crest. Three color numbers and single color attached nameplate. Manufacturer tagging in collar and embroidered
on hem.Game socks. Made by CCM. Size 52.

1996-97 Jeff Carlson
 1997 USHL All-Star (Team South)  *  1998 USHL All-Star (Team South)

1997 MusketeersRookie of the Year

1996-98 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 1998-99 University Alaska at Anchorage Sea Wolves (NCAA) 1999-2000 Anchorage Aces (WCHL)
Jeff Carlson white #7 1996-97 This one was worn during the 96-97 season by Nick Tietjen. NOB and yellow on black USHL chest patch. This away sweater is made by CCM and is a size 52.Jeff Carlson white #7 1996-97 This one was worn during the 96-97 season by Nick Tietjen. NOB and yellow on black USHL chest patch. This away sweater is made by CCM and is a size 52.
This one was worn during the 96-97 season by Jeff Carlson. Sewn-on yellow on black embroidered USHL chest patch. Embroidered
crest and three color numbers and single color attached nameplate. Manufacturer tagging in collar and embroidered on hem. Fight Strap.
Made by CCM. Size 52. Jeff would log a pair of season in Sioux City. This rookie season he would see time in fifty-three games.
The teams third leading scorer would record nineteen goals and twenty-four assists. The following season his scoring ways continued
as the teams second highest scorer racked-up another twenty-three goals and twenty-six assists. He is a two-time USHL All-Star selection.
Jeff would go on to play another season at the University of Alaska and then for the Anchorage Aces of the WCHL.

1996-97 Ryan James
1994-96 North Iowa Huskies (USHL) * 1996-97 Lincoln Stars / Sioux City Musketeers / Rochester Mustangs (USHL)
Musketeer Ryan James made a brief stop is Sioux City where he used this stick during the 1996-97 season. Sherwood model 9950.
Left hand shot. No pattern. RJ 26 on both sides of handle and RJ on top of handle.

1997-1998 Jersey Notes:
As in the past two different color jersey were worn this season, a home/white jersey (pictured) and
an away/green jersey (needed). This would be the first season for the “Starburst” Musketeer logo which featured a new Puckman
design and a secondary SC w/Sword  shoulder patch.

This new style USHL logo was worn on all Musketeers jerseys in matching team colors. Worn by most other teams in the same location is
also matched the team colors. This style logo combines the league name with a stylized star/leaf combination representing the US and
the Leagues only canadian team from Thunder Bay.

1997-98  Darryl Buttar
1996-97 Cobourg Cougars (OPJHL) * 1997-98 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
1998-2000 University of Guelph Gryphons (Canadian Interuniversity Athletic Union-CIAU)

Darryl Buttar #22 1997-98 Worn by Darryl Buttar during the 97-98 season. Shoulder patches, NOB & USHL chest crest on great Darryl Buttar #22 1997-98 Worn by Darryl Buttar during the 97-98 season. Shoulder patches, NOB & USHL chest crest on great
Worn by Darryl Buttar during the 97-98 season. Large embroidered Crest. Three color numbers and single color attached nameplate.
Embroidered secondary logo patches on both shoulders. Sewn-on USHL crest on great “Dazzle” material. Manufacturer tagging in collar
and embroidered on hem.Games socks. Made by Gemini (tag on hem) and is a size 54.

1998-1999 Jersey Notes:
As in the past, two different color jersey were worn this season, a home/white jersey (needed) and a very confusing
light gray jersey (pictured). This was a huge break from the traditional dark away jersey.  This gray jersey was worn for only one season.

Matching team colored USHL logos (Star/Leaf) worn by most team this season.

1998-99 Ruslan Fedotenko
 USHL All-Star Team  * USHL First All-Star team

Musketeers Most Valuable Player
Philadelphia Flyers; October 24th, 2000 vs. New York Rangers  *  First NHL Assist October 26th, 2007 vs. NY Rangers
First NHL Goal November 4th vs. Buffalo Sabres
2004 Stanley Cup Champion Tampa Bay Lighting  *  2009 Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins
1997-98 Melfort Mustangs (SJHL) * 1997-98 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 1999-00 Philadelphia Phantoms (AHL)
2000-02 Philadelphia Flyers (NHL) * 2002-07 Tampa Bay Lighting (NHL) * 2007-08 New York Islanders (NHL)
2008-10 Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL) *2010-12 New York Rangers (NHL) * 2012-13 Philadelphia Flyers (NHL)
2012-13 Philadelphia Flyers (NHL) / Donbass (KHL) * 2013-14 Donbass (KHL) * 2014-16 Iowa Wild (AHL)

This one was worn during the 1998-99 season by Ruslan Fedotenko. These gray uniforms left many in doubt if these were
light-dark (away) jerseys or dark-light (home) jerseys…this confusion only lastedone season. Embroidered crest & secondary
logo patches on both shoulders. Three color numbers and single color attachednameplate. Sewn-on USHL crest on great “Dazzle”
material. Manufacturer tagging in collar and embroidered on hem.Made by Gemini (tag on hem). Size tag is unreadable.

Ruslan played a season in Canada before arriving in Sioux City for the 1998-99 season. Setting the pace in scoring he would lead
the Musketeers with 43 goals and 34 assists. He would also take a spot on the Heavy Hitter list recording a second-highest 139 penalty
minutes. He would receive a pair of Player of the Week awards, several 1st Star Awards, be selected as the Musketeers Most Valuable
Player as well as earning a spot in the USHL All Star game and a top billing on the All USHL Team.

 After a season playing in the AHL for the Philadelphia Phantoms, the Flyers would like what the saw and Ruslan would embark
on a 17 plus season of professional hockey. 15 of those were spent in the NHL; during that time he would collect two Stanley Cup
Rings, one with the Tampa Bay Lighting and the other with the Pittsburgh Penguins.

1998-99 Jeff Van Dyke
1998-2000 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2000-01 Musketeers / Lincoln Stars * 2001-02 Lincoln stars (USHL)
2002-2005 New England College (ECAC)
Jeff Van Dyke #14 Jeff Van Dyke #14
This one was worn by fan favorite, Jeff Van Dyke during his first of his three seasons as a Musketeer. These gray uniforms left many in
doubt if these were light dark (away) jerseys or dark light (home) jerseys. This confusion only lasted one season. Embroidered crest
& secondary logo patches on both shoulders. Three color numbers and single color attached nameplate. Sewn-on USHL crest on great
“Dazzle” material. Manufacturer tagging in collar and embroidered on hem. Made by Gemini (tag on hem) and is a size 52.

1999-2000 Jersey Notes:
This season had the Musketeers wearing 2 different regular season jersey styles.  Regular season white & green.
The Musketeers celebrate 20 seasons as members of the new Jr. A USHL
The Musketeers also wore a special New Year’s Eve black jersey commemorating the 20th season in the Junior classed USHL.
This would be the last season for the “StarBurst” logo and these shades of the traditional green/yellow/black.
Matching team colored USHL logos (Star/Leaf) worn by most team this season.
Note: Musketeers wore black helmets with red & white HY-Vee stickers on the sides.

1999-2000  Chris Olsgard
20th Anniversary / New Yrar’s Eve Black Out

1998-2000 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2000-04 Ohio State University Buckeyes (NCAA)
Chris Olsgard #21 99-00 Anniversary Jersey. One of the Musketeer 20 year anniversary jerseys. Worn by Chris Olsgard during the special New Year's Eve
Chris Olsgard  Anniversary Jersey. One of the Musketeer 20 year anniversary jerseys. Worn during the New Year’s Eve “Black Out” Night.
Has shoulder patches, Two color sewn-on numbers & single color attached nameplate. USHL chest crest and alternate’s “A”. Made by K1
it is a size XXL. These jerseys where-abouts are a mystery, only a few survived a nameplate removal and were eventually “misplaced”.
Most have seemed to disappeared. This one had name plate removed and attached in wrong position and removed and replaced a
second time. Residue of first removal shows. Chirs played two seasons in Sioux City. As a rookie, he posted eleven goals and twenty-
seven assists and lead the team with 150 penalty minutes.  This season here, he would take on the Alternate Captain duties. Recording
twenty-two red-lighters and a dozen helpers to finish among the team’s top four high scorers. he would also finish third in penaltys
with 116 minutes in the box.

 

1999-2000 Ryan Geris                                                                     1999-2000 Scott Polaski
Musketeers 1999-02 * 002-07 University of Minnesota at Duluth               Musketeers 1999-01 * 2001-05 Colorado College
              2006-08 Stockton Thunder (ECHL)                                   2005-09 Colorado Eagles (CHL) * 09-10 Utaha Grizzlies (ECHL)

 
Both these nameplates would have been removed from the special New Year’s Eve blackout jerseys worn the night. What
happened to these game jerseys and why the name were removed remains a mystery.  White letters sewn-on black nameplate.
Ryan Geris would cement  his spot in the Musketeer history books when he scored the winning goal giving the Musketeers
their first Clark Cup victory in fifteen seasons. Scott Polaski would learn a great lesson that Cup winning season…never tell
your mom you wear a shield and then don’t.

1999-2000 Tim Judy
20th Anniversary

1998-2001 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) *2001-05 Northeastern Iniversity (NCAA)
2004-09 Trenton Titans/South Carolina Stingrays (ECHL)
   
Worn during the 99-00 season by eventual three season veteran Tim Judy. Embroidered Crest. Three color numbers and single color
attached nameplate. Embroidered secondary logo patches on both shoulders. Sewn-on USHL crest. “Dazzle” material. Manufacturer
tagging in collar. Made by K1 it is a size XL.
Tim wore this one during his second seasons in Sioux City. He would see time in fifty
regular season games; recording five goals and ten assists, he would also collect thirty-seven penalty minutes. The following season,
Tim would take on the duties of Team Captain; grabbing eight goals and twenty-four assists in addition to 102 penalty minutes. 

Did You Know…Tim was a two-time member of the Big East (NCAA) All-Academic Team and during his senior season he
received the Big East’s Best Defensemen Award. That same season, he would move to Trenton (ECHL) where he finished the
regular season’s eight games with a goal and two assists. He would go on to play in all twenty post-season games grabbing
four assists helping the Titans to their first Kelly Cup Championship.

1999-2000 Dryden Henry
20th Anniversary

1999-2000 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
Dryden Henry #6 Green 1999-2000. Worn during the 99-00 season by Dryden Henry. Shoulder patches, NOB & USHL chest crest. Great looking Dryden Henry #6 Green 1999-2000. Worn during the 99-00 season by Dryden Henry. Shoulder patches, NOB & USHL chest crest. Great looking
Worn during the 99-00 season by Dryden Henry. Embroidered Crest. Three color numbers and single color attached nameplate.
Embroidered secondary logo patches on both shoulders. Sewn-on USHL crest. “Dazzle” material. Manufacturer tagging in
collar. Made by K1 it is a size XL.

1999-2000 Justin Hillier
20th Anniversary

1999-2000 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) / Helena Gold Rush (AWHL) * 2000-01 Minot Muskies (AWHL)
Justin Hillier #16 White 1999-2000. Worn one season by Justin Hillier. This homer is made by K1. Shoulder patches, NOB, USHL crest and nice wear on 'Dazzle     Justin Hillier #16 White 1999-2000. Worn one season by Justin Hillier. This homer is made by K1. Shoulder patches, NOB, USHL crest and nice wear on 'Dazzle
Worn one season by Justin Hillier. Embroidered Crest. Three color numbers and single color attached nameplate.  Layered striping.
Embroidered secondary logo patches on both shoulders. Sewn-on USHL crest. Heavy “Dazzle” material. Manufacturer tagging in
collar. Has very nice wear!!! Game socks. Made by K1. Size tag missing. Thanks for the chipped tooth!!!

1999-00 Musketeers Team Jacket

This style of team light weight jacket was worn during the 1999-2000 season by Owner Mary Jo Carlson. These jackets had the
player’s name on the right and no logo on the left. The backs did have a fully embroidered “Muskies” logo on the back. Manufacturer
tagging in collar Made by Eastbay.

 

2000-01 Jersey Notes:
  This season the Musketeers wore 2 different regular season jersey styles, white (pictured) and green (pictured).
This would bethe first season of the SC/Sword primary logo and the darker green and gold Musketeer colors.
Starburst logo moved to shoulder.  All jerseys that season made by OT Sports.

Teams still use the matching team colored USHL logos (Star/Leaf) even though Thunder Bay did not play in the league this season.
The logo would be modified next season 01-02 to just a Star. 

2000-01  Brian Kerr
2000-01 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2001-2005 Union College Dutchman (NCAA)
Brian Kerr #20 White 2000-01 Worn one season, 00-01 by Brian Kerr. This jersey is made by OT Sports. Great wear, altered length by host mom, shoulder patches, NOB and USHL crest. Brian Kerr #20 White 2000-01 Worn one season, 00-01 by Brian Kerr. This jersey is made by OT Sports. Great wear, altered length by host mom, shoulder patches, NOB and USHL crest.
Worn one season, 00-01 by Brian Kerr.  Altered length by host mom, shoulder patches, NOB and USHL crest. Sewn-on screened crest
& numbers and embroidered shoulder patches. Terrific wear!!! Tagging in collar, hem and screened above name plate. Fight strap.
Game socks. Custom alterations by host mom. This jersey is a X-Large and made by OT Sports. Brian would record thirteen goals
and twenty-three assists. These thirty-six points was second among all Musketeer scorers. He would go on to play four seasons   

2000-01 Jeff Van Dyke
1998-2000 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2000-01 Musketeers / Lincoln Stars * 2001-02 Lincoln Stars (USHL)
2002-2005 New England College (ECAC)
Jeff Van Dyke #8 White 2000-01. This was worn by, Musketeer fan favorite, Jeff Van Dyke during the 2000-01 season. Jeff played in SC 3 seasons before being traded to the Lincoln Stars. Sholder patches, USHL chest crest and alternate's Jeff Van Dyke #8 White 2000-01. This was worn by, Musketeer fan favorite, Jeff Van Dyke during the 2000-01 season. Jeff played in SC 3 seasons before being traded to the Lincoln Stars. Sholder patches, USHL chest crest and alternate's

This one was worn by Musketeer fan favorite, Jeff Van Dyke, during the 2000-01 season. Jeff played in Sioux City for 3 seasons before
being traded to the Lincoln Stars. Shoulder patches, USHL chest crest and alternate’s “A”. Sewn-on screened crest & two-color numbers
and embroidered shoulder patches. Fight strap. Manufacturer tagging in collar, hem and screened above name plate. Straight striped
socks were used for 2000-01 seasons.It is manufactured by OT Sports and is sized XXL.

2000-01 Patrick Knutson
2000-01 Sioux City Musketeers / Lincoln stars (USHL) * 2001-02 Lincoln Stars / Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)
Patrick Knutson #2 Black 2000-01 Worn by Pat Knutson during the 00-01. This away gamer shows some wear. Made by OT Sports it is sized XL. Patrick Knutson #2 Black 2000-01 Worn by Pat Knutson during the 00-01. This away gamer shows some wear. Made by OT Sports it is sized XL.
Worn by Pat Knutson during the 00-01. USHL logo on right chest. Manufacturer tag on hem, collar and screened above name plate
Sewn-on screened crest & numbers and embroidered shoulder patches. Two color numbers. Attached nameplate. USHL crest on
right chest. Fight strap. Straight striped socks were used for 2000-01. Made by OT Sports. Sized XL.


2001-02 Jersey Notes:
  This season had the Musketeers wearing 4 different regular season jersey styles, white (pictured) & black (pictured). The Musketeers
would also wear, for the first time, a special “St. Patrick’s Day” jersey (pictured) and a commemorative “9-11” jersey (pictured).

Both regular season jerseys were made of a light-weight “Dazzle” material, but  proved not very durable and was not used
the following season.
All jerseys that season made by OT Sports.

The USHL logo makes a slight change to their secondary logo; The Thunder Bay Flyers, the league’s only Canadian team ceased operations
in 2000. The logo remains the same the next season without the Flyers, but this season (2001-02) the Star/Leaf is replaced by a full Star.
This secondary logo is worn on all non-specialty jerseys and is sported in matching team colors and in the standard red/white & blue.

Add old crest  here                                                          Add new vrest here

 

2001-02 Chris Mayotte

2002 Clark Cup Champions
2000-01 Cleveland Barrons (NAHL) * 2001-2002 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2002-06 Union College Dutchmen (NCAA)
2005-06 San Diego Gulls (ECHL) / Lowell lock Monsters (AHL) *2006-07 Arizona Sundogs (CHL) * 2007-08 Fresno Falcons (ECHL)
2008-09 Johnstown / Hershey / Bridgeport Sound (ECHL) * 2009-10 Johnstown Jets (ECHL)
traded to Larry D for the white Bryan Fuss jerseyChris Mayotte #30 01-02 St. Pat's Day Special. This one was worn by goalie Chris Mayotte. Worn obviously as a St. Pat's day special jersey, these were then raffled at the completion of the game. Chris was half of the SCM's goaltending crew that later went on to win the USHL Championship,
2001-02 St. Pat’s Day Special. This one was worn by goalie Chris Mayotte. He was half of the Musketeers’ goaltending crew that
win the USHL Championship Clark Cup that season. Chris played & won that evening. Shows some wear. Has Mercy Hospital
and KCAU-TV heat applied sponsor patches. Game Socks. Made by OT Sports, this is sized XXXL-G.

2001-02 John Zeiler

2002 Clark Cup Champions * Team World USHL All-Star & Prospects Game Forward
Los Angeles Kings; February 17, 2007  vs. Anaheim Ducks  *  First NHL Assist March 9th, 2007 vs Detroit Red Wings
First NHL Goal February 22nd vs. Vancouver Canucks
2000-2002 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2002-06 St. Lawrence University (NCAA) * 2005-06 San Antonio Rampage (AHL) /
Lubbock Cotton Kings (CHL) * 2006-11 Manchester Monarchs (AHL) / Los Angles Kings (NHL) * 2011-14 Augsburg Panthers (DEL)
2014-15 Kassel Huskies (DEL)

John Zeiler #12 White 2001-02. Clark Cup Championship season. Worn by second year grinder John Zeiler. This season saw the jerseys go to a John Zeiler #12 White 2001-02. Clark Cup Championship season. Worn by second year grinder John Zeiler. This season saw the jerseys go to a
Worn by second year forward John Zeiler. This season saw the jerseys go to a light weight “Dazzle” type material. They proved less
than durable and were replaced the following season by a more traditional material. Front tie, shoulder patches, USHL crest
and AMC memorial patch added half way through the season. Sewn-on screened crest & numbers and embroidered shoulder &
memorial patches. This one has the greatest wear ever!!! One of my favs!!! #1 on top five of best wear List!!!  Made by OT Sports.

2001-02 Michael Hodgson

2002 Clark Cup Champions * 2004 USHL Defenceman of the Year

2004 Musketeer Most Valuable Player * 2004 Musketeer Top Defensive Player
2001-04 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) *2004-2008 Bowling Green State University Falcons (NCAA)
2002-03 Season headshot
Worn during the 2001-02 Clark Cup Championship season, the first of thee season as a Musketeer, by Michael Hodges. Front tie,
shoulder patches, and USHL crest. Sewn-on screened crest & two color numbers, single color nameplate and embroidered shoulder
patches. Fight strap. Light weight dazzle material. Game Socks. On Loan from the KK collection.

2001-02 Jeff Adduono

2002 Clark Cup Champions
1998-99 Waterloo Blackhawks (USHL) * 2001-02 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) 2002-04 Lakehead University (OUAA)

Worn during the2001-02 Clark Cup Championship season by Jeff Adduono.Front tie removed, shoulder patches, and USHL crest.
Sewn-on screened crest & two color numbers, single color nameplateand embroidered shoulder patches. Fight strap. Light weight
dazzle material. Game Socks. Size X-Large

2001-02  Mike Ramirez
9/11 Tribute Jersey

2002 Clark Cup Champions
2001-04 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2004-06 Omaha Lancers (USHL)

Mike Ramirez 01-02. USA 9/11 Tribute Jersey. This one was worn by Mike Ramirez. These were worn on a single night and were auctioned at the completion of the game. These are made by OT Sports and is a size XXL.     Mike Ramirez 01-02. USA 9/11 Tribute Jersey. This one was worn by Mike Ramirez. These were worn on a single night and were auctioned at the completion of the game. These are made by OT Sports and is a size XXL.
This one was worn by Mike Ramirez. These were worn on a single night and were raffled at the completion of the game vs. the Omaha
Lancers. Some of these jerseys show a number change due to a printers error. Sewn-on screened crest & sewn-on numbers and name
plate. Previous season straight striped socks worn this game.  These are made by OT Sports and is a size XXL.

2001-02 B.J. Greaves
2002 Clark Cup Champions

1998-2000 Thunder Bay Flyers (USHL) * 2001-03 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) 2003-07 Manhattanville College (NCAA)
Used during the 2001-02 Clark Cup Championship season (01-02) by B.J. Greaves. Made by Bauer. Model Supreme 3030 (Red).
These “Traditional” wood sticks start to disappear the next few seasons replaced by composite shafts and one piece sticks. Tapered
handle with white tape marked 11 at base of tape. Pattern stamped LINDEN. BJ would record eighteen goals and eighteen assists
this regular and add a team leading 187 penalty minutes.
He would see time in all twelve post-season games; notching five goals
and four assists on the way to a Clark Cup Championship.

Did You Know…on January 4th in Topeka, Musketeers B.J. Grieves would set season high record when he scored four
goals in a single game.

2001-02 Ryan Geris
2002 Clark Cup Champions

1999-2002 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2002-07 University of Minnesota-Duluth (NCAA) 2007-08 Stockton Thunder (ECHL)

Used during the 2001-02 Clark Cup Championship season (01-02) by Ryan Geris. Made by Bauer. Model Supreme 3030 (Red).
These “Traditional” wood sticks start to disappear the next few seasons replaced by composite shafts and one piece sticks. Taped
handle Pattern stamped LINDROS. This isn’t that exact stick, but this one was used by the legend himself. Ryan Geris scored
the Clark Cup Championship game winner in overtime to beat the heavily favored Omaha Lancers on their own ice. 

2002-03 Jersey Notes:
  This season had the Musketeers wearing 2 different regular season jersey styles, white (pictured) & black (needed).
Black jerseys were same style as the prior season. They would again wear a “St. Patrick’s Day” jersey  and a very cool throwback
jersey. These throwbacks mirrored the Musketeer jersey worn their very first season in 1972.

The start of the 2002-03 season would see USHL achieve a Tier 1 League/Player status. This would make the USHL the premier
junior league in the country and place it on a similar level to junior/professional leagues in Canada.

2002-03 Brandon Polich
2003 USHL 10th League Leading Scorer 17/43/60 Points
2000-03 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2003-07 Colorado College Tigers (NCAA)
2008-12 USA Hockey Official Development Program / USHL Referee

 
Worn during the 02-03 season by Brandon Polich. His final third season as a Musketeers. Two color sewn-on numbers and single
color attached nameplate.Has alternate shoulder patches and USHL crest on front. Manufacturer tagging in collar, on hem and
screened above nameplate. Very nice wear!!! Fight Strap. Heavy fine mesh material. Game socks. Manufactured by OT
Sports and is a size XXL.

   2002-03 Brian Bales
2002-05 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)  * 2005-07 Bowling Green State University Falcons (NCAA)
2008-09 University of Alaska Anchorage (NCAA)

Worn by Brian Bales during the 2002-03 Season. The first of three seasons as a Musketeer. Two color sewn-on numbers and single
color attached nameplate.Has alternate shoulder patches andUSHL crest on front. Manufacturer tagging in collar, on hem and above
nameplate. Fight Strap. Heavy dazzle material. Game socks. Manufactured by OT Sports and is a size XXL. On Loan from the
KK collection.

2002-03 Justin Fletcher
Throwback Jersey
2000-2003 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) *2003-07 St. Cloud State Huskies (NCAA) 2006-07 Springfield Falcons (AHL)
2007-08 Norfolk Admirals / Rockford Ice Hogs (AHL) * 2008-2010 Peoria Riverman (AHL) * 2010- Present Augsburg Panthers (DEL)
Justin Fletcher #28 2002-03 Throwback Jersey This special throwback jersey (see first season jersey #30) was worn by Justin Fletcher. This commerated 30 years of Musketeer hockey. Used as an alternate, they were raffled of near the end of the season. It is a size 48, made by Gemini. Justin Fletcher #28 2002-03 Throwback Jersey This special throwback jersey (see first season jersey #30) was worn by Justin Fletcher. This commerated 30 years of Musketeer hockey. Used as an alternate, they were raffled of near the end of the season. It is a size 48, made by Gemini.
This special throwback jersey dates back to the inagural Musketeer season and was worn by Justin Fletcher. This commemorated
30 years of Musketeer hockey. Used as an alternate that season, they were raffled of near the end of the season. USHL  logo on
right  and “C” on left. Gemini logo also tagged on the front right and collar. Fight Strap. Game socks. Embroidered crest.
It is a size 48. Made by Gemini.

2002-03 (I Need Your) Regular Season Green Jersey Game socks.

2002-03 (I Need Your) St. Patrick’s Day Jersey

2002-03 Gary Houseman
2002-03 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2003-07 St Cloud State University (NCAA)
Used during the 2002-03 USHL season by Gary Houseman. Made by Bauer. Model Supreme 3050 (Green). These “Traditional”
wood sticks start to disappear the next few seasons replaced by composite shafts and one piece sticks. Handle with white tape
marked HOUSY 16 in green marker. Right hand shot.

 

2003-04 Jersey Notes:
  This season had the Musketeers wearing 4 different jersey styles. A regular season white & black (needed) jersey,
special yellow “Sioux City” jersey (pictured) to commemorate the last game played in
the historic “Auditorium” and a new green alternate logo third jersey.

This third jersey was worn to open the new Tyson Event Center. It would introduce a new logo design, a new color, (purple) to
the traditional Musketeers colors. The regular and special Audi jersey would have the secondary USHL logo on them. The
alternate jersey would not have that USHL logo

The 2003-04 season would mark the 25th season of the United States Junior Hockey League. While the USHL Senior League
dates back to the 60’s and was classified as a professional league, the league change it’s player status to junior for the start
of the 1979-80 season.

Most teams would sport this anniversary patch on their jerseys; some teams wore them on the chest and some on the rear hem.
 This is the last season for this SC/Sword logo.

2003-04 Adam Krug

2004 Musketeer Booster Club Scholarship Award
2001-03 Springfield Spirit (NAHL) * 2003-04 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2004-08 Wayne State University Warriors (NCAA)
2008-09 Cincinnati Cyclones (ECHL) *2009-2010 Bossier-Shreveport  Mudbugs (CHL) * 2010-2011 Nijmegen Devils (DSL)
2011-12 Mississippi Surge (SPHL) / Toledo Walleye (ECHL)
Adam Krug # 9 2003-04 White. 25th USHL Aniversary Season. Worn during the 03-04 season by Adam Krug. This season marked the 25th Anniversary of the USHL. Each team sported the special anniversary patch on home and away jerseys that season. Has alternate shoulder patches and USHL crest on front. This was the last season of the SC logo. Manufactured by OT Sports and is a size 56. Adam Krug # 9 2003-04 White. 25th USHL Aniversary Season. Worn during the 03-04 season by Adam Krug. This season marked the 25th Anniversary of the USHL. Each team sported the special anniversary patch on home and away jerseys that season. Has alternate shoulder patches and USHL crest on front. This was the last season of the SC logo. Manufactured by OT Sports and is a size 56.
Worn during the 03-04 season by Adam Krug. This season marked the 25th Anniversary of the USHL. Each team sported the
special anniversary patch on home and away jerseys that season. Has alternate shoulder patches and USHL crest on front. Two color
sewn-on numbers and single color attached nameplate. This was the last season of the SC logo. Heavy dazzle material. Fight Strap.
Game Socks. Manufacturer tagging screened in collar and screened above nameplate. Manufactured by OT Sports and is a size 56.

2003-04 Louis Liotti
USHL 25th Annaversary Season
2003-05 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) *2005-09 Northeastern University Huskies (NCAA)
2009-2010 Kalamazoo Wings (ECHL) / Worcester Ice Sharks (AHL)
2010-11 Lake Erie Monsters (AHL) / Bridgeport Sound Tigers (AHL) / Reading Royals (ECHL)
2011-12 Reading ERoyals (ECHL) * 2012-13 Esbjerg Efb Ishockey (Denmark) * 2013-Present Vipiteno (Italy)
 Lious Liotti 2003-04 # 8 White. 25th USHL Aniversary Season Worn during the 03-04 season by Lious Liotti. This season marked the 25th Anniversary of the USHL. Each team sported the special anniversary patch on home and away jerseys that season. Has alternate shoulder patches and USHL crest on front. This was the last season of the SC logo. Manufactured by OT Sports and is a size 56.  Lious Liotti 2003-04 # 8 White. 25th USHL Aniversary Season Worn during the 03-04 season by Lious Liotti. This season marked the 25th Anniversary of the USHL. Each team sported the special anniversary patch on home and away jerseys that season. Has alternate shoulder patches and USHL crest on front. This was the last season of the SC logo. Manufactured by OT Sports and is a size 56.
Worn during the 03-04 season by Louis Liotti. Tie-down collar. Fully stiched embroirdered front crest. Has alternate logo
shoulder patches and USHL crest on front. Two color sewn-on numbers and single color attached nameplate. Fight Strap.
Game socks. This season marked the 25th Anniversary of the USHL-Each team sported the special anniversary patch on home
and away jerseys that season.  Heavy dazzle material. Manufacturer tagging screened in collar andscreened above nameplate.
Manufactured by OT Sports and is a size 56.  * This was the last season for this SC/Sword logo.

2003-04 Jordan Collins
USHL 25th Annaversary Season

2003-04 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) / Trail Smoke Eaters (BCHL) * 2004-06 Trail Smoke Eaters (BCHL)
2006-10 Western Michigan University (NCAA) * Bakersfield Condors (ECHL)

Worn during the 03-04 season by Jordan Collins. Tie-down collar. Fully stiched embroirdered front crest. Has alternate logo
shoulder patches and USHL crest on front. Two color sewn-on numbers and single color attached nameplate. Fight Strap.
Game socks. This season marked the 25th Anniversary of the USHL-Each team sported the special anniversary patch on home
and away jerseys that season.  Heavy dazzle material. Manufacturer tagging screened in collar and screened above nameplate.
Manufactured by OT Sports and is a size 56.  *
This was the last season for this SC/Sword logo.

2003-04 Troy Brummett
USHL 25th Annaversary Season

2001-02 Bozeman Ice Dogs (AWHL) * 2002-03 Cedar Rapids Roughriders (USHL) * 2003-04 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
2004-05 Winston-Salem Polar Twins (SPHL)

Worn during the 03-04 season by Troy Brummett. Fully stiched embroirdered crest. Tie-down collar. Alternate logo shoulder patches
and USHLcrest on front right chest. Two color sewn-on numbers and single color attached nameplate.  Fight Strap. Game socks.
Heavy weight dazzle material. Manufacturer tagging screened in collar and screened above nameplate. This season marked the
25th Anniversary of the USHL. Each team sported the special anniversary patch on home and away jerseys that season.
Manufactured by OT Sports. Size 54.

2003-04  Brian Bales
USHL 25th Annaversary Season / Alternate Jersey

2002-05 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) *2005-07 Bowling Green State University Falcons (NCAA)
2008-09 University of Alaska Anchorage (NCAA)
Brian Bales 2003-04 Third jersey. This one was worn during the 2003-04 season by Brian Bales. This was the first season in the new Tyson Event Center, a 6500 seat NHL style arena. This season marked the introduction of purple to the traditional Green Yellow Black Musketeer colors as well as a new logo. Made by Gemini and is a size 52 Brian Bales 2003-04 Third jersey. This one was worn during the 2003-04 season by Brian Bales. This was the first season in the new Tyson Event Center, a 6500 seat NHL style arena. This season marked the introduction of purple to the traditional Green Yellow Black Musketeer colors as well as a new logo. Made by Gemini and is a size 52
This one was worn during the 2003-04 season by Brian Bales.  This season marked the introduction of Purple to the
traditional Green, Yellow & Black  Musketeer colors, as well as a new pictured logo. Four color layered sewn-on
crest, three color numbers and single color attached nameplate. Tie-down collar. (Note: Yellow sleeve Sword)  Heavy dazzle
material. This was the first season in the new Tyson Event Center, a 6500 seat NHL style arena. Fight Strap. Game socks.
Made by Gemini and is a size 52

2003-04 Brian Bales
USHL 25th Annaversary Season /  SC Auditorium Jersey
2002-05 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) *2005-2007 Bowling Green State University Falcons (NCAA)
2008-09 University of Alaska Anchorage (NCAA)

2003-04 Brian Bales Special Closing the Auditorium Night Jersey. December 13, 2003 Musketeers vs. Sioux Falls Stampede.
Front Tie-down collar. Heavy material/layered stripes. Tackle-twill two color logo and numbers. Single color attached name
plate. USHL & Gemini embroidered logos on right chest. “Celebrating the Audi” patches on both shoulders. Manufacturer
tagging in collar and on chest. Fight strap. (I need matching game socks worn this evening.) On Loan from the KK collection.

 2003-04 Dennis McCauley
USHL 25th Annaversary Season /  SC Auditorium Jersey
2004 USHL Leading Penalty Minutes
2005 USHL First Team All-Star * 2005 USHL Western Conference Champions

2004 Musketeer Most Improved Player
2003-05 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2005-09 Northeastern University (NCAA) *2009-10 Worcester Sharks (AHL)
2010-11 Portland Pirates (AHL) * 2011-12 Esbjerg Efb Ishockey (Denmark) * 2013-14 Val Pusteria (Italy) * 2014-15 Krawow (Poland)

Dennis McCauley Special Closing the Auditorium Night Jersey. December 13, 2003 Musketeers vs. Sioux Fa lls Stampede.
Front Tie-down collar. Heavy material/layered stripes. Tackle-twill two color logo and numbers. Single color attached name
plate. USHL & Gemini embroidered logos on right chest. “Celebrating the Audi” patches on both shoulders. Manufacturer tagging
in collar and on chest. Fight strap. (I need matching game socks worn this evening.)

2003-04 Michael Hodgson
USHL 25th Annaversary Season /  SC Auditorium Jersey
2004 USHL Defenceman of the Year * 2004 USHL First Team All-Star


2004 Musketeer Most Valuable Player * 2004 Musketeer Top Defensive Player
2001-04 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) *2004-2008 Bowling Green State University (NCAA)

Michael Hodgson Special Closing the Auditorium  Night Jersey. December 13, 2003 Musketeers vs. Sioux Falls
Stampede. Front Tie-down collar. Heavy material/layered stripes. Tackle-twill  two color logo and numbers. Single color
attached name plate. USHL & Gemini embroidered logos on right chest. “Celebrating the Audi” patches on both shoulders.
Manufacturer tagging in collar and chest. Alternate captain “A” on left chest. Fight strap. (I need matching game socks worn
this evening.) Autographed to house parent. On Loan from the KK collection. 

 

2004-05 Jersey Notes:
  This season had the Musketeers wearing two different jersey styles for sure. Regular season white & green, (Unsure of other special
jerseys that season.)
This was the first full season (04-05) for this style logo (M/Musketeers) and jersey style.
All jerseys made by OT Sports. There would be no secondary USHL on any of the Musketeer jerseys this season.

2004-05 Dennis McCauley2004 USHL Leading Penalty Minutes
2005 USHL First Team All-Star * 2005 USHL Western Conference Champions

 2005 Musketeer Most Improved Player
2003-05 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2005-09 Northeastern University (NCAA) *2009-10 Worcester Sharks (AHL)
2010-11 Portland Pirates (AHL) * 2011-12 Esbjerg Efb Ishockey (Denmark) * 2013-14 Val Pusteria (Italy)
2014-15 Krawow (Poland)

This one was worn the second of two seasons as a Musketeer by Dennis McCauley. Four color layered sewn-on crest,
three color numbers and single color attached nameplate.  Tie down front. Attached 3-color “A”. Manufacturer tagging
in collar. Fight Strap. 2004-05 was the first full year for this style jersey. (Note: White sleeve sword) Game Socks.
Manufactured by OT Sports. Size 56. On Loan from the TS collection. If you have one of this style/season jersey,
I am interested in purchasing it for my collection!!!

2004-05 Tim Kennedy 2005 USHL First Team All-Star
2004 Musketeers Rookie of the Year  *  2005 Musketeers Most Valuable Player
2005 Musketeers Most Offensive Player  *
2005 Musketeers Leading Scorer 61 points (30/31)
Buffalo Sabres;  December 27th, 2008  vs. New York Islanders  *  First NHL Assist October 10th, 2009 vs Nashville Predators
First NHL Goal October 28th, 2011 vs. New Jersey Devils
2003-05 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2005-08 Michigan State University * 2008-09 Portland Pirates (AHL) / Buffalo Sabers (NHL)
2009-10 Buffalo Sabers (NHL) * 2010-11 Hartford Whale (AHL) / Rochester Americans (AHL) / Florida Panthers (NHL)
2011- 12 Florida Panthers (NHL) / Worcester Sharks (AHL) *  2012-13 San Jose Sharks (NHL)
2013-14 Phoenix Coyotes (NHL) / Portland Pirates (AHL) * 2014-15 Hershey Bears (AHL) * 2015-17 Nizhnekamsk, Russia (KHL)
2017-18 Binghamton Devils (AHL)
NHL Debut December 27th, 2008 vs. New York Islanders * First NHL goal October 28th, 2009 vs. New Jersey Devils

Worn during the 2004-05 season by Tim Kennedy. Sewn-on crest. Tie-down collar. Three color tackle-twill numbers. Single
color attached nameplate. Sup-laminate stripes. Heavy white dazzle Material. (Note: Yellow sword) Manufacturer tagging in collar.
Fight Strap. Made by OT Sports. Size 56.  2004-05 was the first full year for this style jersey. On Loan from the CL collection

2004-05 Corey ElkinsLos Angles Kings;  December 15th, 2009 vs. Edmonton Oilers *  First NHL goal December 17th, 2009 vs. Calgary Flames
2002-03 Compuware (NAHL) * 2003-04 St. Louis Heartland Eagles (USHL) *2004-05 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
2005-09 Ohio State University (NCAA) * 2009-10 Manchester Monarchs (AHL) / Los Angles Kings (NHL)
2010-11 Manchester Monarchs (AHL) * 2011-12 Pardubice HC (Czech) * 2012-13 Norfolk Admirals (AHL) / Fort Wayne Komets (ECHL)
2013- Present HIFK (Helsinki)

Worn during the 2004-05 season by Corey Elkins. Sewn-on crest. Tie-down collar. Three color tackle-twill numbers. Single color
attached nameplate. Sub-laminate stripes. Heavy white dazzle Material. (Note: Yellow sword) Manufacturer tagging in collar.
Fight Strap. Game Socks. Made by OT Sports. Size 56. On Loan from the TS collection. 

2004-05 Chris Spicer
2002-04 (OPJHL) * 2004-06 Musketeers (USHL) * 2006-07 Chicago Steel (USHL)

2007-11 University of Connecticut (NCAA)
  
Worn by Chris Spicer during the first part of the 05-06 season. Who Loves Hockey/Musketeer Booster Club patch on
right chest. These were worn during the pre-season USHL Fall Classic Tournament and several regular season games
before they were auctioned by the Booster Club. Fully embroidered attached front crest. Three color sewn-on numbers
and single color attached nameplate. Manufacturer tagging in collar and embroidered on hem. Fight Strap. Game Socks.
Manufactured by OT Sports, this size 56.   This was worn during Chris’ second season in Sioux City. He would go on to
record three goals and seven assists in fifty-two games this season.

2004-05  Game Gloves-Player Unknown

Worn during the 2004-05 season by an unidentified player. Made by CCM. Model 852 Tacks with Flex Form lining

2004-05 Jimmy Spratt
2002-05 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)  *  2005-09 Bowling Green State University (NCAA)
2009-10 Toledo Walleye (ECHL) / Louisiana Ice Gators (SPHL) / Las Vegas Wranglers (ECHL)
2010-11 Rapid City Rush (CHL) / Toledo Walleye (ECHL) / Victoria Salmon Kings (ECHL)
2011-12 Idaho Steelheads (ECHL) / Texas Stars (AHL) / Utah Grizzles (ECHL)
2012-13 Quad City Mallards (CHL) / Toledo Walleye (ECHL)
Used during the 2004-05 USHL season by Jimmy Spratt. KOHO model S90. Right hand shot. 29 on knob. Some sticks
from that season have a single wrap of black tape at the bottom of the handle (see below).

2004-05 Jimmy Spratt
2002-05 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)  *  2005-09 Bowling Green State University (NCAA)
2009-10 Toledo Walleye (ECHL) / Louisiana Ice Gators (SPHL) / Las Vegas Wranglers (ECHL)
2010-11 Rapid City Rush (CHL) / Toledo Walleye (ECHL) / Victoria Salmon Kings (ECHL)
2011-12 Idaho Steelheads (ECHL) / Texas Stars (AHL) / Utah Grizzles (ECHL)
2012-13 Quad City Mallards (CHL) / Toledo Walleye (ECHL)

Used during the 2004-05 USHL season by Jimmy Spratt. KOHO model S90. Right hand shot. 29 on knob. Some sticks from
that season have a single wrap of black tape at the bottom of the handle.

2004-05 Jeff Zatkoff
2004-05 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)  *  2005-08 Miami University-Ohio (NCAA)
2008-09 Ontario Reign (ECHL) / Manchester Monarchs (AHL)  * 2009-12 Manchester Monarchs (AHL)
2012-13 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL) * 2013-16 Pittsburgh Penguins
2016-17 Ontario (AHL)/Los Angles Kings (NHL) * 2017-18 Cleveland Monsters (AHL) * 2018-20 Germany (DEL)

Used during the 2004-05 USHL season by Jeff Zatkoff. KOHO model S90.  Pattern stamped J. ZATKOFF. Tape above paddle.
Jeff would make his NHL debut on October 11th, 2013. A month later he would earn both his first NHL win  record his first
NHL shut-out on the same night; a 3-0 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets on November 2nd, 2013.

 

2005-06 Jersey Notes:
This season had the Musketeers wearing 2 different jersey styles for sure.  Regular season white (pictured) & green (pictured).
Both sets of regular jersey had All-Star Game patch (black ring/white back ground) on right chest.

Unsure of other special jerseys that season.  All jerseys made by OT Sports.  There would be no secondary USHL logo on any of
the Musketeer jerseys this season.

  2006 USHL All Star Game Held in Sioux City, IA.  Both sets of regular jersey have All-Star Game patch (black ring/white
back ground) on right chest. Blue Background patch available through the team store only.
All-Star Game Held in Sioux City, IA. February 7th, 2006

Musketeers All-Stars: Steven Kampher, Chad Morin & Sam Gagner.

2005-06 Sam Gagner 2006 USHL First Team All-Star

Musketeers Second Leading Scorer 46 points (11/35)
Edmonton Oilers;  October 4th, 2007 vs. San Jose Sharks *  First NHL Assist October 4th, 2007 vs. San Jose Sharks
First NHL Goal October 20th, 2007 vs. Calgary Flames
2004-05 Milton Icehawks (OPJHL) * 2005-06 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) *2006-07 London Knights (OHL)
2007-2014 Edmonton Oilers (NHL) * 2014-15 Arizona Coyotes  (NHL) *2015-20 Philadelphia Flyers (NHL)
2020-Present Detroit Red Wings (NHL)


Worn by Sam Gagner during the 05-06 season. Embroirdered sewn-on front crest. Tie-down collar. Three color
sewn-on numbers and single color attached nameplate. All-Star game patch on right chest. Manufacturer tagging
in collar and on hem. The previous season was the first year for this style jersey. Fight Strap. Manufacturedby OT
Sports, this size 56 shows tons wear. On Loan from the CL collection

Did You Know…On Februray 2nd, 2012 Sam set an Edmonton Oilers (NHL) team record when he recorded eight points,
four goals and four assists in a single game against the Chicago Blackhawks.

2005-06 Brett Olson
2005-06 Sioux City Musketeers / Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL) * 2006-08 Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)
2008-12 Michigan Tech (NCAA) * 2012- Present Abbotsford Heat (AHL)
Brett Olson #17 White 2005-06. All-Star - Prospects game Host. Worn by Brett Olson during the 05-06 season. Manufactured by OT Sports, this size 56 shows some wear.All-Star game patch on right chest. The previous season was the first year for this style jersey. Brett Olson #17 White 2005-06. All-Star - Prospects game Host. Worn by Brett Olson during the 05-06 season. Manufactured by OT Sports, this size 56 shows some wear.All-Star game patch on right chest. The previous season was the first year for this style jersey.
Worn by Brett Olson during the 05-06 season. Embroirdered sewn-on front crest. Tie-down collar. Three color
sewn-on numbers and single color attached nameplate. All-Star game patch on right chest. Manufacturer tagging
in collar and on hem. Fight Strap. Game Socks. Fight Strap. Manufactured by OT Sports. Size 56. This season Sioux
City also hosted the Prospects & All Star Game on February 7th in the Gateway Arena. Jerseys sported the All Star
patch on both home and away jerseys that season. The previous season was the first year for this style jersey.

2005-06 Dan Malloy
2005-06 Rochester Institute of Technology (NCAA) / Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2008-09 Hudson Valley Bears (EPHL)
Dan Mallloy #3 White 2005-06 All-Star - Prospects game Host. 2005-06 it was worn by Dan Mallloy. This jersey shows a number change from 15 to 3 the previous season. All-Star Game Patch on right chest and NOB . Manufactured by OT Sports, this size 56 shows some minor wear for the 3 games it was used. The previous season was the first year for this style jersey. Dan Mallloy #3 White 2005-06 All-Star - Prospects game Host. 2005-06 it was worn by Dan Mallloy. This jersey shows a number change from 15 to 3 the previous season. All-Star Game Patch on right chest and NOB . Manufactured by OT Sports, this size 56 shows some minor wear for the 3 games it was used. The previous season was the first year for this style jersey.
Worn by Dan Mallloy. This jersey shows a number change the previous season from 15 to 3.Embroirdered front crest.
Tie-down collar. Three color sewn-on numbers and single color attached nameplate. All-Star Game Patch on right chest.
Game Socks. Fight strap. Manufactured by OT Sports. Size 56. This season Sioux City also hosted the Prospects & All Star
Game on February 7th in the Gateway Arena. Jerseys sported the All Star patch on both home and away jerseys that season.
The previous season was the first year for this style jersey.

2005-06 Sean Coffey
2005-07 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) 2007-08 Wichita Fall Wildcats (NAHL)
2008-09 St. Louis Bandits / Wichita Falls Wildcats (NAHL)
This one was worn during the 05-06 season by Sean Coffey. This season Sioux City also hosted the Prospects & All Star Game on February 7th in the Gateway Arena. Jerseys sported the All Star patch on both home and away jerseys that season. Manufactured by OT Sports and is a size 56. The previous season was the first year for this style jersey.
This one was worn during the 05-06 season by Sean Coffey. This season Sioux City also hosted the Prospects & All Star
Game on February 7th in the Gateway Arena. Jerseys sported the All Star patch on both home and away jerseys that
season. Four colored layered crest, two color numbers and single color attached nameplate. Tagging in collar and on hem.
Game Socks. Fight Strap. Manufactured by OT Sports and is a size 56. This season Sioux City also hosted the Prospects
& All Star Game on February 7th in the Gateway Arena. Jerseys sported the All Star patch on both home and away jerseys
that season. Note: White sleeve sword.

2005-06  Kevin Lohry
2003 IHSHL State Champions Sioux City Metros * 2007 Musketeers Booster Club Scholarship Winner
2002-05 Sioux City Metros* (MHSHL) * 2004-07 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) 2007-2011 Princeton Tigers (NCAA)
2011-12 Bakersfield Condors (ECHL)
 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.
This one was worn by Sioux City native Kevin Lohry. Fully layered four-colored crest.  Tie-down collar. Three color sewn-on numbers
and single color attached nameplate. USHL All-Star Game Patch on right chest. Game Socks. Fight Strap.  Made by OT Sports, Size 56.
This season Sioux City also hosted the Prospects & All Star Game on February 7th in the Gateway Arena. Jerseys sported the All Star
patch on both home and away jerseys that season.

Kevin started his hockey career in the Sioux City youth hockey program (SYHA) and played all through high school. He split his
senior year (2004- 05) between his high school team and Musketeers.The next season (2005-06) he would earn a full time spot on
the Musketeer roster.The following season (2006-07) he would be named Alternate Captain and secure a scholarship at Princeton
University playing for the Tigers. After four seasons in New Jersey, he spent the 11-12 season with the the Bakersfield Condors
of the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL).

2005-06 Beau Erickson

2003 IHSHL State Champions Sioux City Metros
2001-04 Sioux City Metros* (MHSHL) *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)
2010-12 Ontario Reign (ECHL)

This one was worn by Sioux City native Beau Erickson during the 05-06 season. Fully layered four-colored crest. Tie-down
collar.  Three color sewn-on numbers and single color attached nameplate. USHL All-Star Game Patch on right chest. Fight Strap.
Manufactured by OT Sports. Size 56. Beau started his hockey career in the Sioux City youth hockey program (SYHA) and played
all through high school (2001-04). He won a IHSHL State Championship in 2003, 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 Team Tri-State.

 2005-06 Justin Cseter
2004-06 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2006-08 Green Bay Gamblers/Ohio Jr. Blue Jackets (USHL)
2008-2009 Salmon Arm Silverbacks (BCHL)  * 2009-13 University Alabama-Huntsville Chargers (NCAA)
2013-15 Huntsville Havoc (SPHL) * 2015-18 Hungary (MOL)

Worn for the 05-06 season by Justin Cseter as a second season Musketeer. Fully layered four-colored crest. Tie-down
collar.  USHL All-Star Game Patch on right chest. Jerseys sported the All Star patch on both home and away jerseys
that season. Two color numbers and single color attached nameplate. Tagging in collar and on hem. Fight strap.
Game socks. Manufactured by OT Sports. Size 56.

2005-06 Chris Spicer
2002-04 (OPJHL) * 2004-06 Musketeers (USHL) * 2006-07 Chicago Steel (USHL) 

2007-11 University of Connecticut (NCAA)

Sewn on screened front logo. Sub-laminated stripping and design on shoulders. Single color sewn-on numbers.
Screened name directly on jersey. Manufacturer tagging in collar and above name. Fight Strap. Made by OT
Sports. On loan from TB Collection. This was worn by Chris on February 17th in a three-two St Patrick’s Day win
over the Tri-City Storm. He would go on to record three goals and seven assists in fifty-two games this
season. On loan from the TB collection.

2005-06 Christian Minella
2003-06 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2006-10 Notre Dame (NCAA)
2010-11 Cincinnati Cyclones & Wheeling Nailers (ECHL)
2011-14 Wheeling Nailers (ECHL) * 2014-17 Cincinnatti Cyclones (ECHL)

These were worn by Christian Minella for the 2005-06 season, his last of three seasons as a Musketeer. He would be selected
Musketeer Team Captain and finish third in scoring with 38 (24/14) regular season points. Reebok 8k gloves. Short cuff.

2005-06 Jerry Kuhn
2002-04 Compuware Ambassadors (NAHL) * 2004-05 Youngstown Phantoms (NAHL)
2005-07 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2007-11 Western Michigan University (NCAA) * 2011-12 Idaho Steelheads (ECHL)
2012-14 Ljubljana Olimpija (Austria) * 2014-20 Germany (DEL)

This stick was used during Jerry Kuhn‘s rookie season, the first of two seasons (05-07) as a Musketeer. A Reebok model
6K Premier.  Pattern stamp J.KUHN. No manufacture date visible.

2005-06 Bill Blase
2003-05 USA Hockey Developmental Team  * 2005-06 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) / Salmon Arm Silverbacks (BCHL)
2006-10 Yale University (NCAA)
This stick was used during the 2005-05 USHL season by Billy Blase.  A Reebok model 6K Premier. Pattern stamp B.BLASE with
manufacture date Sept 2005

2005-06 Anthony Maiani
2005-07 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2007-11 University of Denver (NCAA) * 2011 Wheeling Nailers (ECHL)
2011-12 Colorado Eagles / Chicago Express / South Carolina Stingrays (ECHL) * 2012-Current Allen Americans (CHL)
Used during by Anthony Maiani during his rookie season (05-06), the first of two seasons (05-07) as a Musketeer. Made by
CCM, this Vector model is a one piece composite stick. Left hand shot. Pattern stamp is B. STUART. 16 at base of taped handle.

2005-06  Kevin Lohry
2002-05 Sioux City Metros* (MHSHL) * 2004-07 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2007-2011 Princeton Tigers (NCAA)
2011-12 Bakersfield Condors (ECHL)

Used during the 2005-06 USHL season by Kevin Lohry. This is a Reebok 6K  composite shaft. No pattern. 15 on base of handle.
CCM composite blade is pattern stamped R. BONK. Left hand shot.

2005-06 Blake Martin
2004-7 Sioux City Musketeers  * 2007-08 University of Nebraska-Omaha (NCAA) * 2008-12 University of Oklahoma (ACHA)
Used during the 2005-06 USHL season by Blake Martin during his second of three seasons as a Musketeer. Made by CCM, this
Vector model is a one piece composite stick. Left hand shot. Pattern stamp is M. RECCI. Taped handle with small RIP on knob,
below are the the initials RLM followed by a small 14 at the base of the taped handle.

2006-07 Jersey Notes:
  This season had the Musketeers wearing 3 different jersey styles for sure.  Regular season yellow and green (needed) and
a purple Saturday night Special Alternate jersey. *Unsure if  there was a Reading is Cool jersey this season.
All jerseys made by OT Sports. No USHL/Tier 1 patch on any Musketeer game jerseys

This was the first season for the yellow jerseys. They also wore a special purple jersey (Saturday Night Special) for
part of the season and a dark green for the road jerseys similar to the previous season. Auctioned at end of season.

  2006-07 Andrew Rowe
2005-07 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) 2007-2010 Michigan State University Spartans (NCAA)
2010-12 Adirondack Phantoms (AHL) / Greenville Road Warriors (ECHL) * 2012-13 Elmira Jackals (ECHL) / Norfolk Admirals (AHL)
2013-17 Greenville Road Warriors (ECHL) / Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL) * 2014-16 South Carolina Stingrays (ECHL)
2017-19 Sweeden * 2019-Present Switzerland
AHL Debut October 10th, 2010 / First AHL goal October 16th, 2011
Andrew Rowe #6 Yellow 06-07. This jersey was worn during the 2006-07 season by Andrew Rowe. Manufactured by OT Sports, this size 54 shows nice wear. This was the first season for the yellow jerseys. The Musketeers also wore a special purple jersey for part of the season and a dark green for the road jerseys. Andrew Rowe #6 Yellow 06-07. This jersey was worn during the 2006-07 season by Andrew Rowe. Manufactured by OT Sports, this size 54 shows nice wear. This was the first season for the yellow jerseys. The Musketeers also wore a special purple jersey for part of the season and a dark green for the road jerseys.
This jersey was worn during the 2006-07 season by Andrew Rowe. Fully embroirdered sewn-on crest. Tie-down
collar. Three color sewn-on numbers and single color attached nameplate. Sub-laminate striping. Fight Strap.
Game Socks. Tagging in collar and on right back hem. Manufactured by OT Sports. Size 56. This was the first
season for the yellow jerseys.

2006-07 Phil DeSimone 2007 USHL First Team All-Star  *  2007 USHL Player of the Year  *  2007 CCM Forward of the Year
USHL Second Leading Scorer 73 Points (26/47)

Musketeers Leading Scorer 73 points (26/47)
2004-07 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2007-11 University of New Hampshire (NCAA) * 2011-12 Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
2012-13 Albany Devils (AHL) / Trenton Titans (ECHL) * 2013-16 Austria (Elite) * 2016-18 Lehigh Valley Phantoms (AHL)
AHL Debut October 8th, 2011 / First AHL goals (2) October 14th, 2011

This jersey was worn during the beginning of 2006-07 season by Phil DeSimone.  These “Booster Club” jerseys were worn
during the first few games of the regular season. They were then auctioned to fans with the proceeds going to the Musketeer
Booster Club. Fully embroirdered sewn-on crest. Tie-down collar. Three color sewn-on numbers, Captain’s “C” and single
color attached nameplate. Attached Booster Club Patch. Sub-laminate striping.Tagging in collar and on hem. Fight Strap.
Game Socks. Manufactured by OT Sports. Size 56. 

2006-07 Dustin Gazley 
Musketeers Leading Goal Scorer (29)

2005-07 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2007-11 Michigan State University (NCAA) / 2011 Greenville Road Warriors (ECHL)
2011-Present Elmira Jackals (ECHL)  * ECHL Debut October 14th, 2011 / First AHL goal November 4th, 2011

This jersey was worn during the 2006-07 season, the second of two seasons by Dustin Gazley.  This was the first season for the yellow
jerseys. They also wore a special purple jersey (Saturday Night Special) for part of the season and a dark green for the road jerseys
similar to the previous season.Auctioned at end of season.Tie-down front. Fight strap. Three color sewn-on numbers and single color
attached nameplate. Sub-laminate striping. Tagging in collar and on hem. Autographed. Manufactured by OT Sports, this size 56.
On Loan From The TS Collection

2006-07 Max PaciorettyUSHL Rookie of the Year  * USHL All-Star Team 
Musketeers Rookie of the Year
Montreal Canadians;  January 2nd, 2009 vs. New Jersey Devils  *  First NHL Assist January 7th, 2009 vs. New York Rangers
First NHL Goal January 2nd, 2009 vs. New Jersey Devils  *  2012 NHL Bill Masterton Award
2006-07 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) *2007-08 University of Michigan (NCAA)
2008-09 Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL) / Montreal Canadians (NHL)
2009-18 Montreal Canadiens (NHL) * 2018-22 Las Vegas Knights (NHL) * 2022-Present Carolina Hurricanes (NHL)


Worn during the 2006-07 season by Max Pacioretty. These purple Saturday Night Special jerseys were worn the first part of the
season and only on Saturdays. Lots of purple, worn with regular season green socks and a crest font that read Wuskies made this
one of the least popular uniforms ever!!! Sub-laminated stripes, shoulder logos & crest. Tie-down collar. Three color tackle-twill
numbers and a single color attached name plate.  Manufacturertagging in collar and on hem. Made by OT Sports. Size 56.
Autographed. Fight Strap. Green Game socks worn with purple jerseys. Max Pacioretty would join the Musketeers for a single
season; recording 21 goals and 42 assists and finishing second among team scorers.He would secure the Musketeer and USHL
Rookie of the Year Awards. That spring Max would be selected by the Montreal Canadians inthe 2017 NHL Draft. Following a
single season playing for the University Michigan, where he was a top four scorer as a freshman, he would join the professional
ranks splitting the next two seasons between the Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL) and the Montreal Canadians and then playimg eight
more seasons for the Canadians. In 2018 he would be traded to the Las Vega Golden Knights and in 2021 be traded to the
Carolina Hurricancs (NHL). On Loan from the TS collection.

Did You know…in 2015 Max became the only the 29th Canadians Team Captain in their storied history. He is only the third American
to be selected to the honored position. He is also the first American player to ever reach the 30-goal plateau playing for the Canadians.

2006-07 Tyler Peterson
2006-07 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2008-10 University of Wisconsin River Falls (NCAA)

Worn during the 2006-07 season by Tyler Peterson. These purple Saturday Night Special jerseys were worn the first part of the
season only on Saturdays. Lots of purple, worn with regular season green socks and a crest font that read Wuskies made this
one of the least popular uniforms ever!!! Sub-laminated stripes, shoulder logos & crest. Tie-down collar. Three color tackle-twill
numbers and a single color attached name plate.  Manufacturertagging in collar and on hem. Made by OT Sports. Size 56.
Fight Strap. Green Game socks worn with purple jerseys.

2006-07 (MISSING) Regular Season Green Jersey

2006-07 Josh Robinson
2006-08 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2008-12 Michigan Tech (NCAA)  *  2012-13 Idaho Steelheads (ECHL) / Texas Stars (AHL)
2013-14 Idaho Steelheads (ECHL) * 2014-15 Missouri Mavericks (ECHL)
2015-Present  Missouri Mavericks (ECHL) / Springfield Falcons (AHL)
This one was used during Josh Robinson‘s rookie season (06-07). Made by Reebok.ROBINSON pattern stamp on handle. This
season he would record time in 18 games finishing with seven wins and a pair of losses and ties. He would play again next
season assuming the starting goaltender duties and posting another winning record.

2006-07 Josh Robinson
2006-08 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2008-12 Michigan Tech (NCAA)  *  2012-13 Idaho Steelheads (ECHL) / Texas Stars (AHL)
2013-14 Idaho Steelheads (ECHL) * 2014-15 Missouri Mavericks (ECHL)
2015-Present  Missouri Mavericks (ECHL) / Springfield Falcons (AHL)

Used during the same season (06-07)  the first of two seasons (06-08) as a Musketeer by Josh Robinson. Made by Reebok.
Model 6K. Premier series. ROBINSON pattern stampon handle.  Josh would go in to play college hockey at Michigan Tech and
then to a pro career that still continues today currently playing in the ECHL for the Missouri Mavericks.

2006-07 Jerry Kuhn
2002-04 Compuware Ambassadors (NAHL) * 2004-05 Youngstown Phantoms (NAHL) 2005-07 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
2007-11 Western Michigan University (NCAA) * 2011-12 Idaho Steelheads (ECHL)
2012-14 Ljubljana Olimpija (Austria) * 2014-20 Germany (DEL)
Used by Jerry Kuhn during the second of his two seasons in Sioux City. Manufactured by CCM/Heaton. Taped handle with no
number. Also taped above paddle. Pattern stamp covered with black sharpie. The veteran would secure the starting position
and play in 49 games. Posting a 27-18-3 regular season record before the season was over, he would add four shut-outs to his
resume and finish the season as oneof the top five goalies in the league.

2006-07 Eddie Olczyk Jr.
2006-08 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)  *  2007-09 Waterloo Blackhawks (USHL)  *   University of Massachusetts-Amherst
2013-14 Bloomington Thunder (ECHL) * 2014-15 Utica College Assistant Coach *  2015-Present Niagara University Assistant Coach
Used during the 2006-07 season by USHL/Musketeer rookie Eddie Olczyk.  Model 3K Stick made by Reebok. Right hand. Pattern
marked OLCZYK and silver 7 on handle. He would net seven goals and three assists this first of two seasons in as a Musketeer.
He would finish his junior career playingfor the Waterloo Blackhawks. After four seasons of college hockey at UMass-Amherst he
would log a season of professional play for the Bloomington Thunder (SPHL) before following in dad’s footsteps and moving
behind the bench where he is currently an Assistant Coach.

2006-07 Kyle Medvec
2005-07 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)  *  2007-11 University of Vermont   * 2011-12 Houston Aeros (AHL)
2012-13 Houston Aeros (AHL / Orlando Solar Bears (ECHL)  *  2013-14 Iowa Wild (AHL)
This stick was used during the 2006-07 season by second year Musketeer Kyle Medvec. Made by Warrior. Left hand.
Two-color handle. He would play nearly a complete season seeing time in 57 regular season games; notching four goals, fourteen
assists and finish as a top five Heavy Hitter.  In 2006 he was drafted by the Minnesota Wild. After four season playing for the
University of Vermont he would log three seasons as a pro playing for the Houston Aeros and the Iowa Wild.

2006-07 Mike Beck
2002-04 Cleveland Barons (NAHL)  * 2003-04 Danville Wings (USHL) * 2004-05 Indiana Ice (USHL)
2005-07 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)  * 2007-11 University of New Hampshire (NCAA) * 2013-14 Rungsted Capitol (Denmark)

Used during the 2006-07 USHL season by Mike Beck. This would be his second season as a Musketeer and his fourth as a
USHL’er. Easton synergy one piece composite stick. Right hand shot. Lidstrom pattern.  He would find the net seven times and
add thirty-four assists this season; collecting seventy-two penalty minutes along the way.  After that, he would play four seasons
for the University of New Hampshire then play a single season as a professional in Denmark.

2007-08 Jersey Notes:
  This season had the Musketeers wearing 4 different jersey styles. Regular season yellow & white, a green alternate
jersey and a one game only, Reading is Cool jersey.  All jerseys made by OT Sports.

                                                                         The USHL Showcase Pre-season tournament moves to Sioux City, IA Held September 27th-29th. It hosts all 12 USHL Teams. “Fall Classic” patch worn on front  right chest of white Fall Classic game worn jerseys only. This screened on logo patch had a white background and a black braided boarder. These jerseys were sold to fans prior to the regular season start. There is a light-blue background version available also, but not worn on jerseys. 

    Tier 1 patch worn on the white and yellow regular season jerseys. This was attached on the right chest. This patch was not worn on the green alternate game jersey Patch was worn by most USHL teams with it location in either the chest or the back hem.

2007-08 Alex Stuart
2006-09 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2009-13 Sacred Heart University Pioneers (NCAA)

Worn during the 2007-08 USHL season by Alex Stuart. Tie-down front. USHL crest on right front, and Manufacturer tagging
on hem and collar.These jerseys were raffled off at the completion of the season. Three color sewn-on numbers and single
color attached nameplate. Tagging in collar and on hem. Made by OT Sports. Game socks. Fight strap. Size 56. Alex would
wear this jersey the second of three seasons as a Musketeer. Joining the team as a rookie during the 06-07 season, he would
see plenty of time suiting up for 55 games; recording a pair of goals and fourteen assists. This season here he would play fifty-six
games and grab thee goals and ten assists. His final season would see him play another fifty-six games notching four goals
and eleven assists. He would go on to play four seasons at Sacred Heart university

2007-08 Spencer Heichman

2007 Musketeers Most Improved Player
2005-08 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2008-12 Quinnipiac University Bobcats (NCAA)
2012-13 Fuessen EV Leopards (Germany)

 
Worn during the 2007-08 USHL season by Spencer Heichman. Tie-down front. USHL crest on right front, and manufacturer
tagging onhem and collar.  Heavy, semi-dazzle material. Three color sewn-on numbers and single color attached nameplate.
Tagging in collar and on hem. Made by OT Sports. Fight strap. Game Socks. Size 56. These jerseys were raffled off at the
completion of the season. Worn during Spencer’s third season as a Musketeer. He would finish the season as the Musketeers third
leading scorer; netting a team high twenty-three goals and adding another twenty-five assists. Spencer would start his Musketeer
career with a goal in this first ever game; a 5-3 win over the Omaha Lancers. He would go on to score three more goals and
add three assists his rookie season.  His scoring increased dramatically the following season, notching fourteen goals and thirteen
assists including a multi-goal affair in a 9-1 win over the Ohio Blue Jackets.

Spencer would go on to play four seasons at Quinnipiac University and two more seasons in Belgium playing for the Turnhout
White Caps. He currently holds the team’s scoring record with a single season total of 36 goals, 35 Assists and 71 points. He also
holds two 2013-14 League honors; Belgian Cup Leading Scorer Award with 19 goals and the Belgian Cup’s Best Forward Award.

2007-08 Eddie Olczyk Jr.
2006-08 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) 2007-08 Waterloo Black hawks (USHL) * 2009-13 UMASS-Amherst (NCAA)
2013-14 Bloomington Thunder (SPHL)
    
Worn during the 2007-08 USHL season by Eddie Olczyk Jr., the second of two seasons in Sioux City. Tie-down front. USHL crest
on right front, and manufacturer tagging on hem and collar.  Heavy, semi-dazzle material. Three color sewn-on numbers
and single colorattached nameplate. Tagging in collar and on hem. Game socks. fight strap. Made by OT Sports. Size 56. These
jerseys were raffled off at the completion of the season. 

 

2007-08 Tommy Serratore
Alternate Jersey

2007-09 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2009-10 Youngstown Phantoms (USHL) *2010-14 University of Minnesota (NCAA)
2013-14 Adirondack Phantoms (AHL) * 2014-15 Cincinnati Cyclones / Idaho Steelheads (ECHL)


This jersey was worn during the 2007-08 season by Tommy Serratore. These were worn the first half of theseason as an
alternate jersey. They were auctioned off at the mid-point of the season. Embroired crest. Two color numbers and single
color attached nameplate. Manufacturer tagging in collar and above nameplate. Game socks. Fight strap. Autographed.
Made by OT. Size 56. Tommy logged a pair of seasons for the Musketeers. Worn here during his rookie season, he
grabbed four goals and three assists including his first USHL goal in a 4-1 victory over the Des Moines Buccaneers. After
three goals and three more assist the following season a mid-season trade to the Youngstown Phantoms rejuvenated
Tommy’s stick and he finish the season with17 more goals and fifteen assists. After that is was four seasons at the “U”
and is now playing in the ECHL. On Loan From The TS Collection.

 2007-08 Jon Swavely
Alternate Jersey
2007-08 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) / 2007-09 Alexandria Blizzard (NAHL)
2010-14 University of Maine (NCAA) * 2014-15 Reading Royals (ECHL)

This jersey was worn during the 2007-08 season by Jon Swavely. These were worn the first half of the season as a alternate jersey. They were auctioned off at the mid-point of the season. Made by OT this is a size 56. This jersey was worn during the 2007-08 season by Jon Swavely. These were worn the first half of the season as a alternate jersey. They were auctioned off at the mid-point of the season. Made by OT this is a size 56.
This jersey was worn during the 2007-08 season by Jon Swavely. These were worn the first half of the season as an
alternate jersey. They were auctioned off at the mid-point of the season. Fulltly sticjed embroirdered crest. Two color
numbers and single color attached nameplate. Manufacturer tagging in collar and above nameplate. Fight Strap.
Game Socks. Made by OT Sports. Size 56. Jon would go on to play four NCAA seasons in Maine and another
season playing for the Reading Royals (ECHL).

    

2007-08 Matt Crandell

Team Reebok (West) USHL All-Star
2006-08 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) *2008-12 Michigan State University
This one was worn by Matt crandell during the 200-7-08 season. Has USHL Teir 1 patch on right chest and Alternate A on right. Made by OT this is a size 56.    
This one was worn by Matt Crandell during the 200-7-08 season. Fully Embroirdered sewn-on crest.  USHL Tier 1 patch on right chest
and three-color tt Alternate captain “A” on left. Tie-down front. Three color tt numbers. Attached single color nameplate. Fight Strap.
Game Socks. Tagging in collar. Made by OT Sports. Size 56. These jerseys were auctioned off at the endof the season. Thanks to Matt’s
dad for taking it easy on me during the bidding!!! Matt played two seasons in Sioux City. Missing only one game his rookie season
he found the net seven times and added thirteen assists. His first two USHL red-lighters and first assist all came in the second game
of the season in a 6-5 loss to the Lincoln Stars. Matt didn’t miss a game this season and upped his scoring recording eight goals and
twenty-one assists. He had two multi- goal games this season in wins over Sioux Falls and the overtime winner against Des Moines.
He would score a goal and four assists in the first round of the Play-off and be selected to the USHL All-Star/Prospects Team. He
would go on to play four seasons at the University of Michigan (CCHA)

2007-08 (MISSING) Reading is Cool Jersey

This was the first season for the special “Reading is Cool” jersey night. Area grade school students were asked to design their own
Musketeer jersey. The Top ten designs were selected and a winner chosen in an open Sioux City Journal election.

2007-08 Jon Swavely
2007-08 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) / Alexandria Blizzard (NAHL) * 2008-09 Alexandria Blizzard (NAHL)
2009-10 New Jersey Hitmen (EJHL) * 2010-2014 University of Maine (NCAA) * 2013-14 Reading Royals (ECHL)

 
Removed regular seaon jersey nameplates. Single color stiched letters. Jon Swavely spent an abbreviated 2007-08 season as a
Musketeer. He posted a goal in six games before moving to the Alexandria Blizzard (NAHL) for two seasons. He would
spend the following season (09-10) playing for the New Jersey Hitman. After four collegiate season playing for the
University of Maine he would spend cap his hockey career playing for his hometown Reading Royals.

2007-08 Ricky Doriott
2006-07 Wichita Falls Wildcats (NAHL) * 2007-08 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) / North Iowa Outlaws (NAHL)
2008-11 Michigan Tech (NCAA) * 2012-13 University of Wisconsin at Stout (NCAA)

These two name plates wore worn by Ricky Doriott during the first half of the 2007-08 season. Removed regular season
jerseys. Single color sewn-on letters. Ricky would play in 25 games as a Musketeer and notch a goal and three assists. His
59 penalty minutes would have made him one of the Musketeers penalty minute leaders. He would move to the NAHL where
he would finish the season playing for the North Iowa Outlaws. He would play three seasons at  Michigan Tech and wrap
up his collegiate career at the University of Wisconsin at Stout.

Steve Thompson 2007-08
Vernon Vipers (BCHL) * Sioux City Musketeers 2007-09 * 2009-13 University of Alaska-Fairbanks (NCAA)

This stick was used by Steve Thompson during his rookie season (07-08), the first of two seasons as a Musketeer Made by
Reebok. S THOMPSON pattern stamp on handle. Steve would see time in 25 USHL games and recording a first year record
often wins, eight losses and a tie game. He would go on to play four seasons at the University of Alaska at Fairbanks.  

Josh Robinson
2008 USHL All-Star

2006-08 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2008-12 Michigan Tech (NCAA)  *  2012-13 Idaho Steelheads (ECHL) / Texas Stars (AHL)
2013-14 Idaho Steelheads (ECHL) * 2014-15 Missouri Mavericks (ECHL)
2015-17 Missouri Mavericks (ECHL) / Springfield Falcons (AHL) * 2017-19 Florida Everblades (ECHL)
Both these were used during the second of two seasons by veteren goaltender by Josh Robinson. Made by Reebok.
ROBINSON pattern stampon handle. One version uses black tape the other white. Josh would carry the mail this season
logging time in 43 games this season and finishing with a 22 wins, 17 losses and three ties. He would earn a rare goaltender
spot as a member of the USHL All-Star team.

Josh Robinson 2007-08
2008 USHL All-Star Team
2006-08 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2008-12 Michigan Tech (NCAA)  *  2012-13 Idaho Steelheads (ECHL) / Texas Stars (AHL)
2013-14 Idaho Steelheads (ECHL) * 2014-15 Missouri Mavericks (ECHL)
2015-17 Missouri Mavericks (ECHL) / Springfield Falcons (AHL) / Florida Everblades (ECHL)

Also used during the second (07-08) of two seasons by Josh Robinson. Made by Reebok. ROBINSON pattern stampon handle.
One version uses black tape the other white. Josh would go in to play college hockey at Michigan Tech and then to a pro career
that lasted seven additional season playing in the AHL and ECHL. In 2017 Josh video and goaltending coaching duties for the
Florida Everblades for four seasons and is currently the same position with the Kansas City Mavericks (ECHL) 

2008-09 Jersey Notes:
This season had the Musketeers wearing 5 different jersey styles. Regular season green  & white. The new Puckman alternate,
Reading is Cool jersey and  Pink in the Rink jersey. All jerseys five jerseys this season made by OT Sports.

 Tier 1 patch worn on the white and alternate game jerseys. This was attached on the right chest. For some reason the green jerseys do not
have this Tier 1 patch on them. This patch was worn by most USHL teams located on either the chest or the back hem.

2008-09 Stephane Da CostaUSHL All-Star Team
2009 Musketeers Most Valuable Player * 2009 Musketeer Most Offensive PlayerOttawa Senators;  April 2nd, 2011 vs. Toronto Maple Leafs  *  First NHL Assist November 1st, 2011 vs Boston Bruins
First NHL Goal October 8th, 2011 vs. Toronto Maple Leafs
2006-07 Texas Tornado (NAHL) * 2007-09 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) *2009-11 Merrimack College (NCAA)
2010-14 Ottawa Senators (NHL) * 2014-Present CSKA Moscow (KHL)

This style jersey was worn the first part of the 2008-09 season. These alternate jerseys were worn during the first half of
the season and featured the new and improved Puckman logo. USHL Crest on right chest. Fully embroidered logo. Two color
tackle twill numbers and single color attached nameplate. Autographed. Made by OT Sports logo on right hem. Size 56
On Loan From The ST Collection.
Stephane Da Costa would join the Musketeers with a prior seasons junior experience
playing for the Texas Tornado of the North American League. His rookie season he would post a dozen goals and twenty-
five assists as well as a goal and a pair of helpers in the play-offs. His second season was indeed his break-out season, leading
the team in scoring with sixty-seven points, his thirty-one goalsand thirty-six assists were both team highs. He would earn a
spot in the USHL All-Star & Prospects Game and receive the Musketeers Most Valuable Player and Offensive Player of the
Year awards.

Stephane would play a pair of seasons at Merrimack College, with the Ottawa Senators calling as his sophomore season ended.
He would make his NHL debut on April 2nd, 2011 against the Toronto Maple Leafs. The following season, on October 8th, 2011
he would notch his first NHL goal, also against the Leafs. After four seasons in the NHL, Stephane is currently playing his
third season in the KHL for the Red Army Team.

Did You know...in just his second collegian game as a freshman he would score five goals in a single game as the Merrimack Warriors
beat the US Military Academy. He is also the first USHL player to represent his home country of France playing in multiple
IIHF World Championships.

2008-09Adam Pawlick
Alternate Jersey
2008-09 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2009-13 Clarkson University (ECHA) * 2013-16 Pensacola Ice Flyers (SPHL)

Worn during the first part of the 2008-09 season by Adam Pawlick. These alternate jerseys were worn during the first half of the
season and featured the new and improved Puckman logo. The awesomest Puckman to date. Fully embroidered sewn-on crest.
USHL patch on right chest.  Two color tackle twill numbers and single color attached nameplate.Game Socks. Fight Strap. Made
by OT Sports logo on right hem. Size 56

2008-09 Jake Hendrickson
2008-09 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) *2009-13 University of Minnesota-Duluth * 2013-14 Wichita Thunder (CHL)

Worn during the 2008-09 season by Jake Hendrickson. USHL Crest on right chest. Fully embroidered logo. Tie-down collar. Swewn-on
front logo.Two color tackle twill numbers and single color attached nameplate.  Sub-laminated shoulder and hem striping. Game Socks.
Fight strap. These were auctioned at the end of the season. Made by OT Sports logo on right hem. Size 56

2008-09 Matthew Kinman
2008-09 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2009-10 Tri City Storm (USHL) / Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)

Worn during the 2008 -09 season by Matt Kinman.  Fully embroidered logo. Tie-down collar. Three-color tackle twill numbers and single
color attached nameplate. Sub-laminate shoulder and hem stripes. Heavy-weight  material. Manufacturer tag in collar and patch on right
back hem.Game Socks. Fight strap. Made by OT Sports. Size 56. These jerseys were raffled off at the end of the season.

2008-09 Chase Drake
2007-08 Green Bay Gamblers (USHL) * 2008-10 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2010-14 University of Wisconsin (NCAA)


Worn during the 2008 -09 season by Chase Drake.  Fully embroidered logo. Tie-down collar. Three-color tackle twill numbers and
single color attached nameplate. Sub-laminate stripes. Heavy weight material. Manufacturer tag in collar and patch on right back
hem. Game Socks. Fight strap. Made by OT Sports. Size 56. These jerseys were raffled off at the end of the season. On Loan From
the Bernie P. Collection. 
Following a rookie season in Green Bay, Chase would log two more seasons in the USHL playing for the
Musketeers.  Seeing time in ninety games in two seasons, he would record his first USHL red lighter on October 24th, 2009 against
the Omaha Lancers and add three assists. Chase would go on to play four seasons at the University of Wisconsin where he was
the Badgers team Captain his senior year.

2008-09 Stephan Vigier
Reading is Cool

2006-08 Swan Valley Stampeders (MJHL) * 2008-10 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2010-14 Northern Michigan University
2014-16 South Carolina Stingrays


This jersey was worn by Stephan Vigier during the Reading is Cool special jersey night. This jersey has tackle-twill 2-color
numbers on both sleeves and back.  It has an attached nameplate with hear-applied letters. USHL patch on the back left hem.
The rest of the jersey design are sum-laminated. It is made by OT Sports and is a size 56. Stephan Vigier joined the Musketeers
for a pair of seasons. This high scoring Canadian import  was the second leading scorer his rookie season netting fifteen goals
and thirty-three assists and the following season, leading the Musketeers in scoring  with team high twenty-nine goals and
twenty assists. He spent four seasons at Northern Michigan University where he was a top ten scorer his freshman season, a top
four scorer his sophomore and junior seasons and he would lead the team in scoring his senior year recording a team high of
sixteen goals and seventeen assists. In 2014 he would begin a professional career in the ECHL and AHL
playing two seasons for the South Carolina Stingrays.

2008-09 Chase Drake
Breast Cancer Awareness

2007-08 Green Bay Gamblers (USHL) * 2008-10 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2011-15 University of Wisconsin (NCAA)


First Annual “Pink in the Rink” game on October 17th, 2008. worn by Chase Drake. Light weight material with sub-laminated
stripes. Single color sewn on numbers and screened name directly on jersey. Pink in the Rink patch and pink ribbon both sewn-on.
USHL patch on the back left hem. Manufacturer tagging in collar and patch on right back hem. Black Game socks. Fight strap.
Made by OT Sports. Size 56 Musketeers vs. Chicago Steel.  Jerseys auctioned at end of game. All proceeds to Susan G. Koman
Foundation. On Loan From the Sean B. Collection

Adam Janecyk
2008-09 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2009-10 Bay State Breakers (EJHL) * 2009-10 Green Mountain Glades (EJHL)
2010-14 University of Michigan (NCAA)

Used during the 2008-09 season by Adam Janecyk. Manufactured by Reebok. No model designation visible. Pattern stamped
JANECZK. This one has found a great home and is now part of the Comrade Collection.

Jersey Notes:
This season had the Musketeers wearing 4 different jersey styles. Regular season yellow & white (needed) jerseys, a white
alternate style/logo jersey (pictured) and a Pink in the Rink jersey.
All jerseys that seasons were made by OT Sports. This would be the last season of this logo and colors. 

Tier 1 patch worn on both Musketeer regular season and alternate style game jerseys. This was attached on the back left
hem on the Pink in the Rink jerseys. This patch was worn by most USHL teams with it location in either the chest
or the back hem.

 

Tommy Olczyk
2011 USHL Curt Hammer Award
2010 Seventh Man Award Most * Games Ever Played as a Musketeer (209) * 2011 Musketeer Alternate Captain
2007-2011 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) *2011-16 Penn State (NCAA) * 2016-17 Alaska Aces (ECHL)
2017-18 Indy Fuel (ECHL)/Rockford Ice Hogs (AHL)


This on was worn by Tommy O during the second (2009-10) of three seasons as a Musketeers. Fully embroidered logo.
Three color tackle twill back numbers, two color shoulder numbers and single color attached nameplate. Sub laminated stripes.
USHL patch on right chest. Manufacturer tag in collar and on right hem. These jerseys were raffled off at the end of the season.
Fight strap. Game socks. Manufacturer by OT Sports.  Size 56. (This will be the last season for this logo & colors) Tommy was
a Fan Favorite and will be surely remembered as one of the great Musketeer players for his commitment to the team and the
community. Tommy suited up for over 209 games as a Musketeers and his last two seasons suited for 123 games straight. 

Tommy played four seasons for the Musketeers, a rare feat these days. Eventually, he would become one of the most popular
Musketeers during that time in Sioux City. He willsurely remembered as one of the great Musketeer players for his
commitment to the Musketeers organization and the Sioux City community. He saw time in 30 games his rookie season but
after that, rarely missed a chance to compete. Tommy played in over 209 games as a Musketeers and his last two seasons
suited for 123 games straight.  He was always a team leader wearing the “C” and “A” his last two seasons and was the
recipient of the 2010 Musketeers 7th Man Award. After playing playing college hockey in the Big 10 for Penn State
University he would contine to play pro hockey for three season in the ECHL and AHL.

2009-10 Matt Paape

2010 Musketeer Booster Club Scholarship Award
2008-10 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) *2010-15 University of Wisconsin (NCAA)

This one was worn by Matt Paape during the 2009-10 regular season.  Fully embroidered alternate logo. Embroidered USHL on
front collar. Three color tackle twill numbers and single color attached nameplate. Sub laminated stripes, Sioux City on back
and Musketeers on front. USHL patch on right chest. Manufacturer tag in collar and on right hem. These jerseys were raffled off
at the end of the season. Shows some wear. Game socks. Made by OT Sports logo on right hem. Size 56.
(Note: This will be the last season for this logo & colors)

2009-10 Jose Delgadillo
Alternate Jersey
2009-11 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2011-12 Sioux City Musketeers/ Indiana Ice (USHL)
2012-16 Bowling Green State University (NCAA)

This one was worn by Jose Delgadillo during his rookie season as a Musketeer. Fully embroidered alternate logo. Embroidered
USHL on front collar. Three color tackle twill numbers and single color attached nameplate. Sub laminated stripes, Sioux City on
back and Musketeers on front. USHL patch on right chest. Manufacturer tag in collar and on right hem. These jerseys were raffled
off at the end of the first half of the season. Game socks. Made by OT Sports logo on right hem. Size 56.
(Note: This will be the last season for this logo & colors)

(I Need Your) 2009-10 Reading is Cool Jersey

(I Need Your) 2009-10 Regular Season White Jersey

White regular season jersey worn during the 09-10 season. Made by OT Sports. Game socks.

2009-10 Richard Zehnal
Breast Cancer Awareness
2009-11 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2011-12 Youngstown Phantoms (USHL) * 2013-14 Coulee Region Chill (NAHL)
2014- 15 Madison Capitols (USHL)/Coulee Region Chill (NAHL) * 2016-Present Western Michigan University

Special “Pink in the Rink” jerseys worn on October 23, 2009 by Richard Zehnal. Sewn-on crest. Two-color tackle-twill numbers
and a single color attached tackle-twill name plate. Pink in the Rink Patch attached. USHL patch on left back hem. Manufacturer
tagging in the collar and on the back right hem. Fight strap. Game socks. Made by OT Sports. Size 56. Musketeers  jerseys
auctioned at end of game. All proceeds to Susan G. Komen Siouxland Affiliate. On Loan From the Brian B. Collection

2010-11 Jersey Notes:  This season had the Musketeers wearing 5 different jerseys; Regular season green & white jerseys,
a black alternate, a Pink in the Rink jersey and a Military Night special jersey.
This is the first season for this style jersey, logo and colors.
All three regular jerseys made my Reebok. Unsure of special jersey manufacturer.

In 2015, these green jerseys would be selected as one of the Top 50 Best Sweaters of All-Time by The Hockey News. (October 16th)

2010-11 Greg Johnson
2010-11 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2011-12 Tri-City Storm (USHL) / St. Louis Bandits (NAHL)
2012-Current Williams College (NCAA)
 
Worn during the 2010-11 season by Greg Johnson. Sewn-on crest. Tie down front. Three color number and single color attached
name plate. Manufacturertagging in  collar (note detail in collar seam), above nameplate and on front above crest. Alternate
logo patches on both shoulders. Fight strap.Game Socks. Made by Reebok.  Size 56. This is the first season for this style logo
and colors. Did You Know…This green jersey style was selected as one of the Top 50 Best Sweaters of All-Time by The Hockey
News
October 16th, 2015

Caleb Herbert

2011 USHL All-Star Team
2010-11 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2011-14 University of Minnesota-Duluth
2014-16 Hershey Bears (AHL) / South Carolina Sting Rays (ECHL) * 2016-17 Texas Stars (AHL) / Idaho Steelheads (ECHL)
2017-21 Hartford, San Jose, Utica (AHL) / Utah, Greenviller (ECHL)
Drafted by Washington Capitols (NHL) 2010

Worn during the 2010-11 season by Caleb Herbert. Sewn-on crest. Tie down front. Three color number and single color attached
name plate. Manufacturer tagging in  collar (note detail in collar seam), above nameplate and on front above crest. Alternate
logo patches on both shoulders. Fight strap. Game Socks. Made by Reebok.  Size 56.This is the first season for this style logo
and colors.
Already drafted by the Washington Capitols, Caleb Herbert would lead the way for a single season here in Sioux City.
His twenty-three goals were a team high & twenty-seven assists had him finishing the season with 50 regular season points. Caleb
would play three seasons at the University of Minnesota-Duluth, finishing among the top four scorers his first two seasons and
finish his final season as the Bulldogs leading scorer. Caleb would go on to play eight professional seasons in the AHL and ECHL.
Along the way making stops in Idaho & Greenville (ECHL) and Hartford, San Jose, Hershey and Utica (AHL)

2010-11 Will Suter
2009-10 Lincoln Stars (USHL) *2010-11 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * Wichita Falls Wildcats (NAHL)
2011-13 Lincoln Stars (USHL) *
2013-17 Bentley University (NCAA)

Worn during the 2010-11 season by Will Suter. Sewn-on crest. Tie down front. Three color number and single color attached name plate. Manufacturer tagging in  collar (note detail in collar seam), above nameplate and on front above crest. Alternate logo patches on both
shoulders Fight strap. Made by Reebok.  Size 56  This is the first season for this style logo and colors.

2010-11 Matt Skoff2010 Most USHL Shut-outs (6) * 2011 Most USHL Shut-outs (6)

2009 Musketeer Rookie of the Year * 2010 Musketeer record 50 Games single season
2012 Musketeers Most Valuable Player award.
2009-12 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2012-16 Penn State (NCAA) * 2016-17 Reading Royals (ECHL)

Worn during the 2010-11 season by Matt Skoff. Sewn-on crest. Tie down front. Three color number and single color attached name plate. Manufacturertagging in collar (note detail in collar seam), above nameplate and on front above crest. Alternate logo patches on both
shoulders Fight strap. Game Socks. Made by Reebok. Size 58+ This is the first season for this style logo and colors.

2010-11 Max McCormickOttawa Senators; October 24th, 2015 vs. Arizona Coyotes * First NHL Assist December 29th, 2015 vs Boston Bruins
First NHL Goal January 7th, 2022 vs. Florida Panthers
2010-11 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2011-14 Ohio State University (NCAA) 2014-19
Ottawa Senatord (NHL) / Binghamton Senators (AHL) * 2018-19 Belleville Senators/ Colorado Eagles (AHL)
2019-20 Charlotte Checkers (AHL) * 2020-21 Carolina Hurricanes (NHL) * 2021-Present Seattle Krakan (NHL)

Worn during the 2010-11 season by Max McCormick. Sewn-on crest. Tie down front. Three color number and single color attached
name plate. Manufacturertagging in collar (note detail in collar seam), above nameplate and on front above crest. Alternate logo patches
on both shoulders Fight strap. Game Socks. Made by Reebok. Size 54 This is the first season for this style logo and colors.
On Loan From the Brian B. Collection

2010-11 Will Suter
2009-10 Lincoln Stars (USHL) *2010-11 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * Wichita Falls Wildcats (NAHL) 2011-13 Lincoln Stars (USHL)

2013-17 Bentley University (NCAA)

This helmet was worn during the 2010-11 season by Will Suter. CCM Vector style. Musketeer logo on both sides. CCM side logos
removed by team.Front CCM logo remains. Three color player number sticker on back.

2010-11 Kevin Gibson
Alternate Jersey

2008-09 Marquette Rangers (NAHL) * 2009-10 Marquette (NAHL / Green Bay Gamblers (USHL)
2010-11 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) / Michigan Warriors (NAHL)* 2011-15 University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (NCAA)
2014-15 Tulsa Oilers (ECHL) * 2015-17 Quad City Mallards (ECHL)
2017019 Toledo Walleye / Fort Wayne Komets (ECHL)

These black alternate jerseys were worn for the first half of the 2010-11 season. Horizontal tackle-twill “Musketeers” on front.
Shield crest on both shoulders.Three color sewn numbers and single color attached name plate. Manufacturer tagging in collar,
on front chest and above nameplate.Alternate logo patches on both shoulders.Game socks. Fight strap. Made by Reebok. Size 58.

2010-11 Game Gloves-Player Unknown

(I Need Your) 2010-11 Breast Cancer Awareness Jersey

Special “Pink in the Rink” jerseys worn on October 23, 2010. Musketeers vs. Tri- City Storm. Matching game socks with player number.
Jerseys auctioned at end of game. These jerseys were auction at the completion of the game with all proceeds
Susan G. Komen for the Cure Siouxland Affiliate.

2010-11 Brett Patterson
Military Appreciation Jersey
2010-12 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2012- Present Dartmouth College (NCAA)

Worn by
Brett Patterson during the 2010 Military Appreciation game. Light weight jersey material All design, numbers and
logos are sub-laminated.All jerseys auctioned at the end of the game with proceeds to “Support Siouxland Soldiers” Jerseys
were worn November 13th, 2010 against theCedar Rapids Rough Riders. Matching camo game socks with player number. Game
Socks. Fight Strap. Tag on inside seam. Unsure of manufacturer. Size 3X-Large. On Loan From the Garth S. Collection

2010-11 Jake Hildebrand
2009-11 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2011-12 Cedar Rapids Roughriders (USHL)
2012-16 Michigan State University (NCAA) * 2015-21 Inianapolis, Tulsa, Rockford, Kalamazoo, Florida (ECHL)
2021-Present Frankfort Lions (DEL-Germany)

Used during the 2010-11 season by second year veteran Jake Hildebrand. Made by Reebok. Model 6K. Pattern
stamped J.HILDEBRAND

2011-12 Jersey Notes: This season the Musketeers will wear 5 different jerseys. Regular season green & white same as last season,
a gold alternate, a Pink in the Rink jersey and a Military Night special jersey.
All jerseys by Reebok (except Pink & Military).
Note: Slight sock style change on green & white (thickness & logo)

All Players this season would wear the new USHL logo patches on the right chest of regular season and alternate Jerseys.
(In most cases special jerseys were excluded, but not all)
All Officials would wear these patches on the front right chest and above their nameplate. A matching sticker logo were applied
to both sides of the official’s helmets

2011-12 Green David Henry

2012 Musketeers Most Improved Player Award
2011-13 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2013-17 University of Wisconsin/Eau Claire


Worn during the 2011-12 season by David Henry. Sewn-on crest. Tie down front. Three color numbers and single color
attached name plate. Manufacturertagging in collar, above nameplate and crest. Alternate logo patches on both shoulders.
New USHL patch on right chest. Fight strap. Game Socks. Made by Reebok. Size 56. Insert player information from this
season here. Insert player information from this season here. Insert player information from this season here.


2010-11 Brad Robbins

2011 Musketeers Leading Scorer 50 Points-25 Goals and 25 Assists
2010-12 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2012-14 Bamidji State University (NCAA) * 2014-16 Hobart College (NCAA)

Worn during the 2011-12 season by Brad Robbins. Sewn-on crest. Tie down front. Three color numbers and single color
attached name plate. Manufacturertagging in collar, above nameplate and crest. Alternate logo patches on both shoulders.
New USHL patch on right chest. Fight strap. Game Socks. Made by Reebok. Size 54. Brad Played a pair of seasons in Sioux
City. The two season veteran would lead the team in scoring with fifty points; recording both a team high of twenty-five goals and
twenty-five assists. He would aslo grab four game winners and lead the team with elevne power play tallies.


2011-12 David Goodwin

2009-10 St. Louis Bandits (NAHL) * 2010-11 Green Bay Gamblers (USHL) * 2011- 12 Green Bay Gamblers / Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
2012-13 Sioux City Musketeers / Cedar Rapids Roughriders (USHL) 2015-17 Penn State University (NCAA)
2017-20 Finland (SM-liiga) *2020-Present Belfast Giants (EIHL-UK)

Worn during the 2011-12 season by David Goodwin. Sewn-on crest. Tie down front. Three color numbers and single color
attached name plate. Manufacturertagging in collar, above nameplate and crest. Alternate logo patches on both shoulders. New
USHL patch on right chest. Fight strap. Game Socks. Made by Reebok. Size 56. On Loan From the Doug F. Collection. An early
season trade from Green Bay (USHL) woud land David in Sioux City for the renmainder of his second USHL season. He would
notch seventeen goals and twenty-two assists this season finishing amoung the team’s top four scorers.

2011-12 Nikita Sirotkin
Pink in the Rink
2010-11 Green Bay Gamblers (USHL) *2011-12 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)

This jersey were worn on October 15th, 2011 by Nikita Sirotkin. These are a light-weight material. All numbers, logos
and lettering are sub-laminated. Note: This jersey does have a name plate applied by manufacturer to cover-up a printing
error. I believe that the other jerseys had the players names directly on the jerseys. No manufacturer tag in collar and size
tag on the inside seam. Fight Strap. Game Socks. Unsure of Manufacturer. Size Large. On Loan From the Doug F. Collection

2011-12 Alexander Kuqali
Alternate Jersey

2008-09 Alpena IceDiggers (NAHL) * 2009-11 Indiana Ice (USHL) 2011-12 Sioux City Musketeers
2012-16 Rochester Institute of Technology (NCAA) * 2015-19 Quad City Mallards/Florida Everblades (ECHL)
2019-Present Orlando Solar Bears (ECHL)

This alternate jerseys were worn during the first part of the season by Alexander Kuqail. Tie-down front. Manufacturer tagging in
collar, on front crest and above name plate. New USHL patch on right chest. Single color attached nameplate and three color numbers.
Secondary Sioux City Logo patch on both shoulders. They were auctioned at the completion of the February 10th game, a 4-3 overtime
win against the Blackhawks. Fight Strap. Game Socks. Made by Reebok. Size 58. On Loan From the Pete P. Collection. Alex would
finish the last half of a three season careere in Sioux City. Playing in thirty Musketeer contests, he would record four goals and
five assists.

2011-12 Jackson Leef
Military Night Jersey

2010-11 Texas Tornado (NAHL) * 2011-12 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)/Texas Tornado (NAHL) * 2012-13 Texas Tornado (NAHL)

2013-17 Westfield State University * 2017-Present Brampton / Fort Wayne / Cincinnatti / Tulsa (ECHL)

Worn by Jackson Leef on Musketeer’s Military Appreciation Night. These are light weight jersey material with everything
sub-laminated directly on the jersey. Sponsors include Support Siouxland Soldiers, Siouxland Freedom Par and the Siouxland
Surgery Center. No Fight Strap. Game socks. Manufacturer tag inside side seam. Unsure of manufacturer. Size X-Large. These
jersey were worn on night only on Dec 11th, 2011 during Military Appreciation Night. These jerseys were auction at the completion
of the game with all proceeds going to the SupportSiouxlandSoldiers.com. On Loan From the Pete P. Collection

2011-12 David Goodwin
2009-10 St. Louis Bandits (NAHL) * 2010-11 Green Bay Gamblers (USHL) 2011- 12 Green Bay Gamblers / Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
2012-13 Sioux City Musketeers / Cedar Rapids Roughriders (USHL) 2015-Current Penn State University (NCAA)

Green game helmet worn during the 2011-12 season by David Goodwin. CCM Vector 8 style helmet. Manufacturer screening on
sides and front. Musketeer Logo on both sides and player number on back. RHL sticker on right back side.

2011-12 Nikita Sirotkin
2010-11 Green Bay Gamblers (USHL) *2011-12 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)

Worn during the 2011-12 season by Nikita Sirotkin. Sewn-on crest. Tie down front. Three color numbers and single color attached
name plate. Manufacturertagging in collar, above nameplate and crest. Alternate logo patches on both shoulders. New USHL patch
on right chest. Fight strap. Game Socks. Made by Reebok. Size 56.

2011-12 Jose Delgadillo
Musketeers 2009-12 * 2011-12 Indiana Ice (USHL) * 2012-16 Bowling Green State University

These three nameplates were worn during the first part of the 2011-12 season by Jose Delgadillo. He played 30 games as a
Musketeer, before a trade moved him to the Indiana Ice where he would finish his third season in the USHL.
Sewn-on letters on nameplate.

2011-12 Jordan Schmaltz
2009-12 Sioux City Musketeers * 2012 Green Bay Gamblers (USHL) * 2012-15 University of North Dakota (NCAA)
2015-Present Chicago Wolves (AHL)

These plates would have been removed form Jordan’s jerseys after an early season trade would make him a Green Bay Gambler.
He would log just nine games as a Musketeer this season scoring three goals and three assists. He would finish the season with an
additional seven goals and 28 assists in Green Bay. He would be selected in the first round of the NHL draft by the St. Louis Blues.

2011-12 Peter Maric
2009-10 North Iowa Outlaws (NAHL) * 2010-11 Cedar Rapids Roughriders (USHL)
2011-12 Sioux City Musketeers / Green Bay Gamblers (USHL) * 2012-14 Colorado College (NCAA)


These three nameplates were worn during Peter Maric in a brief stay as a Musketeer. He would play ten games recording
a pair of goals and pair of assists before a trade with Green Bay . He would finish the season with the Gamblers and then
play four more season at Colorado College.

2011-12 Jake Hildebrand
2009-11 Sioux City Musketeers * 2011-12 Cedar Rapids Roughriders * 2012-16 Michigan State University

2015-Present Allen All Americans (ECHL)

These would have been the removed plated from Jake’s 2011-12 season jerseys however, a trade moved him to Cedar Rapids and
an opportunity to take over the Roughrider starting goaltender. Contrasting letters on nameplate.

2011-12 Sam Piazza
2010-12 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2012-13 Chicago Steel (USHL / Wichita Falls Wildcats (NAHL)
2014-14 Wichita Falls Wildcats (NAHL) * 2014-18 University of Michigan (NCAA)


Worn during the 2011-12 season by Sam Piazza. Dark green Reebok gloves. Short Cuff with “Musketeers” printed on outside
cuff. Player number on lower palm.

2011-12 Brett Patterson
2010-12 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2012-16 Dartmouth College (NCAA)

Worn during the 2011-12 season by Brett Patterson. Dark green Reebok gloves. Short Cuff with “Musketeers” printed on outside
cuff. Player number on lower palm. Brett wore these gloves the second of two seasons as a Musketeer. The returning veteran played
36 games, recorded six goals and twenty-one assists. He is currently playing at Dartmouth College (ECAC)

2011-12 Matt Skoff
2009-2012 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2012-Current Penn State University (NCAA)
Used during the third of three seasons as a Sioux City Musketeer. Reebok model 11k. Left hand shot. Pattern stamp M. Skoff on handle.

Locker Room Nameplates

Nikita Sirotkin Alexander Kuqali
Musketeers 2011-12 Musketeers 2011-12

These locker nameplates were used during the 2011-12 season. They are a die-cut hard plastic backing with a full-color attached sticker.

2012-13 Jersey Notes: This season the Musketeers will wear 5 different jerseys. Regular season green & white same as last season,
a yellow alternate, a Pink in the Rink jersey and a Military Night special jersey (needed). All regular season jerseys by Gemini Apparel.
Special Jerseys by OT Sports.
Note:
Slight sock style change on green & white (thickness & logo) * This is the final season for this style green jersey.

* All Players this season would wear these USHL logo patches on the right chest of regular season and alternate Jerseys. (In most cases special jerseys were excluded, but not all)
*All Officials would wear these patches on the front right chest and above their nameplate
*A matching sticker logo was applied to both sides of the official’s helmets.

2012-13 Joe Snively
2015 Bronze Medal World Junior Tournament

2013 Musketeers Most Improved Player
* 2015 Team Captain * 2015
Siouxland’s Choice-Most Popular PlayerWashington Capitiols; December 19th, 2021 vs. Los Angles Kings * First NHL Assist December 19th, 2021 vs LA Kings.
First two NHL Goals February 10th, 2022 vs. Montreal Canadians.

20012-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2015-19 Yale University * 2019-22 Hershey Bears(AHL)
2021-Present Washington Capitols (NHL)

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Worn during the 2012-13 season by rookie Joe Snively. Sewn-on and embroidered crest. Tackle twill two color numbers
on back and sleeves. Single color attached nameplate. Fleur-de-lis patches on both shoulders. USHL patch on right chest.
Manufacturer tagging in collar and below front tie-down. Game socks. Fight Strap. Made by Gemini Athletic. Size 48.
Youngster Joe arrived in Sioux City and after his first season knew he had found a future home. This jerseys was worn during
his first USHL season; he logged a forty-eight game schedule; knocked-in nine goals, seven assists and was selected as the
Musketeers Most Improved Player. His first one coming on November 17th in a road loss to the Waterloo BlackHawks and
his first multi-goals game on the last day of the season in a 7-2 thrashing of the Des Moines Buccaneers. Over the next two
seasons, Joe would become a fan favorite scoring forty-one goals and sixty-eight assists, finishing his last season as the
Musketeer second leading scorer. After four seasons playing for Yale University and three more the the Hershey Bears he
is currentlly playing for the Washington Capitols.

(I Need Your) Military Night Jersey

2012-13 Tanner Pond
Breast Cancer Awareness
2010-12 Cedar Rapids Roughriders (USHL) * 2012-13 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) /Green bay Gamblers (USHL)
2013-Present Northeastern University (NCAA)

Worn by Tanner Pond during the Musketeer Breast Cancer Awareness game October 20th against the Des Moines Buccaneers.
These are light-weight jerseys with all numbers, logos, stripes and player names all sub-laminated. No name plate. Fight Strap.
Game socks. Manufacturer tagging in the collar. Made by OT Sports. Size 56. Tanner would start his three season USHL career
in Cedar Rapids; there for two seasons he would join the Musketeers for the 2012-13 season. Suiting-up for 30 games, Tanner
would record nine goals and seven assists including a two- goal outing in a 5-4 overtime loss to the Waterloo Blackhawks. A mid-
season trade moved him to Green Bay where he finished the season adding four more goals and a pair of assists to his
USHL totals. He is currently playing at Northeastern University (Hockey-East) On Loan From the Pelle L. Collection

2012-13 Nick Magyar
2012-13 USA National Development Team (USHL) / Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) 2013-16 Kitchener Rangers (OHL)

Worn during the 2012-13 season by Nick Magyar. Sewn-on and embroidered crest. Tackle twill two color numbers and single color
attached nameplate. Secondary logo patches on both shoulders. USHL patch on right chest. Manufacturer tagging in collar and
on left chest. Tie-down. Game socks. Fight Strap. Game Socks. Made by Gemini Athletic. Size 52. Medium-weight mesh-like
material. Nick played a season in Sioux City seeing time in twenty-seven games; notching a goal and five assists this season. His
first USHL goal came in a home win in a 10-3 blow-out of the Fargo Force. The following season he made the move to the OHL
playing for the Kitchener Rangers where his 20 goals and 26 assists put him on the 2014 NHL Draft radar and later that spring
was selected by the Colorado Avalanche. On Loan From the Pelle L. Collection

2012-13 David Henry
Alternate
Jersey
2011-13 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2013-17 University of Wisconsin/Eau Claire (NCAA)

Worn during the second of two seasons by David Henry. The yellow jerseys are made of a heavy double layered mesh material.
Sewn-on embroidered script crest. Tie-down front. Tackle twill two color numbers on backand sleeves. Single color attached
nameplate. Small primaryon both shoulders. USHL patchon right chest. Sub-laminate striping. Custom manufacturer tagging in
collar embroidered logo below front tie-down. Game socks. Fight Strap. Made by Gemini Athletic. Size 52. David would log
two seasons as a Musketeer. His first season saw the rookie play in fifty-six games notching ten goals and ten assists. The following
season David would again play a full schedule playing in fifty-seven games. He would record four fewer goals this season, but
make-up up for it in assists finishing the season with 21 points.

2012-13 Tanner Pond
Alternate
Jersey
2010-13 Cedar rapids RoughRiders (USHL) * 2012-13 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2013-17 Northeastern University (NCAA)
2017-Present Atlanta Gladiators (ECHL/ Providence Bruins (AHL)

Worn byTanner Pond during his rookie season in Sioux City. The yellow jerseys are made of a heavy double layered mesh
material. Sewn-on embroidered script crest. Tie-down front. Tackle twill two color numbers on backand sleeves. Single color attached
nameplate. Small primaryon both shoulders. USHL patchon right chest. Sub-laminate striping. Custom manufacturer tagging in
collar embroidered logo below front tie-down. Game socks. Fight Strap. Made by Gemini Athletic. Size 52. Tanner would start his
three season USHL career in Cedar Rapids; there for two seasons he would join the Musketeers for the 2012-13 season. Suiting-up
for thirty games, Tanner would record nine goals and seven assists including a two- goal outing in a 5-4 overtime loss to the
Waterloo Blackhawks. A mid-season trade moved him to Green Bay where he finished the season adding four more goals and
a pair of assists to his USHL totals. He is currently playing at Northeastern University (Hockey-East)

2012-13 Conor Andrle
2012-13 Sioux City Musketeers * 2012-14 Brookings Blizzard (NAHL) * 2014-Present Army
These two name plates were worn by Conor Andrle during the 2012-13 season. Conor would log fifteen games as a Musketeer
recording three assists before being traded to the Brookings Blizzard in the North American League. He would finish the
season with six goals for 17 points. He would play there for two seasons and is currently playing for the US Army (NCAA)

12-13 Riley Bourbonnais
2011-12 Cedar Rapids Roughriders * 2012-13 Cedar Rapids / Sioux City Musketeers / Lincoln Stars * 2013-17 2013-17 RPI (NCAA)
2016-18 Wheeling Nailers (ECHL) * 2018-19 Iowa Wild (AHL)/ Maine Mariners (ECHL)

These plates were worn and removed during the 2012-13 season which saw Rely make a midseason stop in Sioux City where he
played sixteen games, scoring nine goals and another six assists. He would finish the season playing in Lincoln scoring nine goals
and nine assists. Prior to his arrival in town he would play seventeen games in CR scoring seven goals and nine assists. Although
he traveled the league this season, he did post nice overall numbers netting twenty-nine goals and twenty-four assists.
He is currently playing at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

2012-13 Jordan Boucher-Gould
2011-12 New Mexico Mustangs (NAHL) * 2011-13 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2013014 Pembroke Lumberkings (CCHL)
2013-Present Clarkson University

These three nameplates were worn during the 2012-13 season by Jordan Boucher-Gould. They were removed when a trade
moved him to the Pembroke Lumberkings thirteen games into the season. Contrasting letters on nameplate. Letters are heat
applied only, not sewn-on.

2012-13 Cliff Watson
2013 USHL All-Star

2011-13 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2013-17 Michigan Tech (NCAA) 2017-Present ECHL / AHL
Drafted by San Jose Sharks (NHL) 2012

White game helmet worn during the 2012-13 season by Cliff Watson. This would be the first season that the Musketeers wore two
different color game helmets (white & green). CCM Vector 8 style helmet. Manufacturer screening on sides and front. Musketeer
logo on both sides and player number on back. All certification stickers removed. Oakley visor attached. Cliff played two seasons
as a Musketeer and this was worn during his second season. He would score his first USHL goal in a home win on February 15th
over the Tri-City Storm. The prior season he would record just eight assists, but solid play and NHL potential earned him a spot
on the USHL All-Star team. He would be drafted that summer by the San Jose Sharks. After four seasons at Michigan Tech and
four more in the AHL and ECHL he is currentlly splitting time between the Rockford Icehogs (AHL) and the Indy Fuel (ECHL)
where he is a second season team captain.

12-13 Trevor Olson
2011- 12 Green Bay Gamblers (USHL) *2012- 13 Green Bay Gamblers / Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) 2013-14 Sioux City Musketeers
2014-18 University of North Dakota * 2018-20 Orlando Solar Bears (ECHL)

Worn during the 2012-13 season by Trevor Olson. Dark green CCM gloves. Short Cuff. Player number on lower palm.
After a season and half in Green Bay, Trevor would join the Musketeers midway through the 2012-13 season playing in 32
USHL contests. He would score ten goals and add twenty-four assists this season. He would record his fist Musketeer goal his
second game with the team in a 2-1 loss to the Sioux Falls Stampede. Four times he recorded 4-point games this season. The
following season he started hot, scoring thirteen points, before an injury in game ten sidelined him for most of the season.
He managed a late season return where he racked-up eight more points in the remaining eleven games. As well as adding two
more play-off goals and four assists. He is currently playing at the University of North Dakota.

2012-13 Kyle Hayton
2012-14 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2014-17 St. Lawrence University * 2017-18 University of Wisconsin (NCAA)
2018-20 Fort Wayne, Allentown, Greenville (ECHL)

Used during the 2012-13 USHL season by Kyle Hayton. This stick is made by Reebok and is a model 11K. Pattern stamped
HAYTON. White knob with no number.

2012-13 Joey Ballmer
2010-11 Motor City Metal Jackets (NAHL) * 2011-12 Jamestown Ironmen (NAHL) * 2012-13 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
2013-Current Johnson and Wales University (NCAA)
Used during the 2012-13 USHL season by Joey Ballmer. This stick is made by Reebok and is a model 11K. Pattern stamped
BALLMER. Green handle. White knob with 29. White band below handle with three dots indicating this is this third game
stick. Also, green tape above paddle.

12-13 Dan Molenaar
2011-12 Green Bay Gamblers (USHL) Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2012-13 Sioux City Musketeers
2013-Current University of Minnesota-Duluth
This stick was used by second year veteran Dan Molenaar. Model 20K made by Reebok. Pattern stamp covered. Opposite side
shown of shaft reads “I can do anything through Christ who strengthens me” with “G” on top of handle. ID what back side of
handle reads with “O” top. Side shown says JABS with a 13 inside a circle. “D” on the top part of handle. Top front of stick
says Philistines 4:19 with “7” at top of handle.

2012-13 David Henry
2011-13 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2013- Current University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
This one was used by during the 2012-13 USHL season by David Henry. This was the second of two seasons as a Musketeer.
Model 20K made by Reebok. Left hand shot. No pattern stamp. 16 at bottom of the handle.

2013-14 Jersey Notes:
This season the Musketeers will wear 5 different jerseys. Regular season white and a yellow, a black alternate jersey, a Pink in the Rink
jersey and a Military Night jersey. Regular Jerseys by Gemini Apparel and special jerseys by OT Sports

 

All Players this season would wear these USHL logo patches on the right chest of regular season and alternate Jerseys. (In most cases special jerseys were excluded, but not all) All Officials would wear these patches on the front right chest and above their nameplate. A matching sticker logo was applied to both sides of the official’s helmets. (Officials would also wear a special Chad John memorial sticker in the back of their helmets for the remainder of the 2013.) This would also become the primary style of the front crest on officials jerseys. Numbers would replace nameplates on officials jerseys.

Jersey Note: Black, White and Yellow jerseys would also carry a Billy Danderand (BD) memorial patch on the left side above the shoulder logo. Longtime Equipment Manager Billy Danderand who passed away on September 26th, 2013. He worked for the team for 40 seasons starting in 1972.


2013-14 Terrance Amorosa
2013-14 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2014-18 Clarkson University (NCAA) * 2018-19 Tulsa Oilers (ECHL)
2019-20 Kansas City Mavericks (ECHL)
2020-22 Allen Americans (ECHL) Lavel Rocket (AHL) * 2022-Present Balzano (ALPSHL)
Drafted by Philadelphia Flyers (NHL) 2013

Worn during the 2013-14 season by rookie Terrance Amorosa. Sewn-on embroidered alternate logo crest. Tackle twill
two color numbers on back and sleeves.Single color attached nameplate. Fleur-de-lis patches on both shoulders. Billy Danderand
Memorial patch on left shoulder. USHL patch on right chest. Sub-laminate striping. Custom manufacturer tagging in collar with
additional logos below front tie-down and above the nameplate. Game socks. Fight Strap. Made by Gemini Athletic. Size 56.
Terrance would play a single season as a Musketeer. Arriving in Sioux City for the start of the season, Terrance had already been
selected in the 2013 NHL draft by the Philadelphia Flyers. The rookie logged a fifty game schedule and recorded a pair of goals
and thirteen assists. His two goals of the season came in the same game; an 8-2 win over the Fargo Force. He would go on to play
four seasons at Clarkson University. After that a pair of seasons in the ECHL, another in the AHL and is currentlly playing
in the ALPS Hockey League.

 

2013-14 Sam Saliba
2013-14 Springfield Jr. Blues (NAHL) * 2013-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2014-16 Green Bay Gamblers (USHL)
2016-20 University of Michigan (NCAA)

Worn during the 2013-14 season by rookie Sam Saliba. Sewn-on and embroidered crest. Tackle twill two color numbers on
back and sleeves. Single color attached nameplate. Fleur-de-lis patches on both shoulders. Billy Danderand Memorial patch
on left shoulder. USHL patch on right chest.Manufacturer tagging in collar, below fronttie-down and above the nameplate.
Game socks. Fight Strap. Made by Gemini Athletic. Size 52. Sam Split three USHL season between Sioux City and Green
Bay. This one was worn during his rookie season; scoring three goals and eight assists in thirty USHL games. His first
goal and first two assists came on a multi-point game in a 8-2 win over the Fargo Force. The following season he added
eight Musketeer goals and seven assists before a late season trade sent him to Green Bay where he finished the season with
eight more goals and ten more assists. His final season saw him lead the Gamblers in scoring racking-up twenty-nine goals
and twenty-three assists. He is currently playing at Michigan State University.

2013-14 Ryan Mantha
2012-14 Sioux City Musketeers * 2013-14 Indiana Ice (USHL) * 2014-17 Niagara Ice Dogs (OHL)
2017-20 Bakersfield Condors (AHL)
Drafted by New York Rangers (NHL) 2014

Worn During the 2013-14 season by Ryan Mantha. Sewn-on embroidered script crest. Tie-down front. Tackle twill two
color numbers on back and sleeves.Single color attached nameplate. Small primary on both shoulders. Billy Danderand
Memorial patch on left shoulder. USHL patch on right chest. Sub-laminate striping. Custom manufacturer tagging in
collar with additional embroidered logos below front tie-down and above the nameplate. Game socks. Fight Strap. Made
by Gemini Athletic. Size 56. Ryan arrived in Sioux City as an expected future draft pick in the 2014 NHL draft. He
played out his first season with the Musketeers recording six assists and potting his first USHL goal in a 5-1 beating of the
Omaha Lancers. This season here saw him put up similar numbers the first half, but a mid-season trade moved him to
Indiana (USHL). He would be drafted by the New York Rangers, then forgo his plans to play for the University of
North Dakota, instead playing out six more seasons in the ECHL and AHL.

2013-14 Joe Snively
2015 Bronze Medal World Junior Tournament

2013 Musketeers Most Improved Player
* 2015 Team Captain * 2015
Siouxland’s Choice-Most Popular Player
Washington Capitiols. December 19th, 2021 vs. Los Angles Kings * First NHL Assist December 19th, 2021 vs LA Kings.
First two NHL Goals February 10th, 2022 vs. Montreal Canadians.
20012-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2015-19 Yale University * 2019-22 Hershey Bears(AHL) * 2021-Present Washington Capitols (NHL)

Worn during the”Pink in the Rink” game held October 27th by Joe Snively. These medium weight jerseys are completely
sub-laminated including all numbers, logos, league and manufacturer designs. They do have a matching sub-laminated
attached name plate. Fight strap. Game socks. There is manufacturer tagging in the collar and on the back hem opposite of the
USHL logo. Made by OT Sports. This on is a size 52. Jerseys auctioned at end of game. All proceeds to Susan G. Komen
Siouxland Affiliate. On Loan from the Bernie P. Collection.

2013-14 Brandon Hawkins
2012-13 Texas Tornado (NAHL) * 2013-14 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2014-16 Bowling Green State University (NCAA)
2017-19 Northeastern University (NCAA) * 2018-19 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins (AHL)
2019-20 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins (AHL) / Wheeling Nailers (ECHL)
2020-21 Fort Wayne Comets (ECHL / Rochester Americans (AHL) * 2021-Present Toledo Walleye (ECHL) / Cleveland Monsters (AHL)

This jersey was worn by Brandon Hawkins on Military Appreciation Night held on November 9th, 2013. These jersey are
a light weight material witheverything sub-laminated, USHL patch, logos, numbers and advertising. Screened single color
attached name plate. Manufacturer taggingin collar. Fight Strap. Game socks. Made by OT Sports. Size 52. Auctioned at the
conclusion of that night’s game. Brandon wore this jersey during the Military Appreciation Night. The Musketeer would fall
tonight 3-1 to the Sioux Falls Stampede. His sole season as a Musketeer, saw him post a team leading twenty-six goals and
finish second in scoring with forty-eight points. Earning the moniker “Mr. Friday Night” due to his consistent scoring during
the start of the weekend. Brandon is currently playing for the Toledo Walleye in the ECHL. On Loan From the Bernie P. Collection.

2013-14 Blake Heinrich
2012-14 Sioux City Musketeers * 2014-16 Portland Winter Hawks (WHL) *2016-18 University of Manitoba
2018-19 Rapid City Rush (ECHL) Drafted by Washington Capitols (NHL) 2013

This helmet was worn during the 2013-14 season by Blake Heinrich. Green helmets were worn with both the green and black
jerseys. CCM Vector 8 style helmet. Manufacturer screening on sides and front. Musketeer Logo on both sides and player number
on back. All certification stickers removed. Oakley 832 visor attached. Blake would record seven goals, nine assists and a team
second best 117 minutes. Blake logged a single Musketeer game as a sixteen year old grabbing an assist on a Pontus Johansson
goal. He would return for two full seasons; his first season notching three goals and seventeen assists, he would also score a
goal in the USHL All-Star game. Over the summer he was picked by the Washington Capitols in the 2013 draft and uring
this season here, Blake would score seven goals, nine assists and record a second place high of 117 penalty minutes.

 

2013-14 Jerad Rosburg
2013-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2015-20 Michigan State University (Big-10) * 2020-Present Texas Stars (AHL)

Worn during the 2013-14 season by Jared Rosburg. Style U+CL with manufacturer name on cuff, thumb and inside wrist pad.
Made by CCM. Joining the Musketeers after an early season trade from Cedar Rapids, Jerad would notch a pair of goals and
six assists. His rookie season. Jerad wore these gloves during his maiden season in the USHL. Even as a rookie he saw lots
of ice time logging time in 34games, scoring a pair of goals and six assists. He would record his first USHL goal December
28th in an 8-2 thumping of the Fargo Force. He would return the following season but after a dozen games; an injury would
end his season. He is currently playing for the Texas stats in the AHL.

2013-14 Collin Olson
2010-12 USA National Development Team * 2012-14 Ohio State University (NCAA) 2013-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
2015-19 Western Michigan University (NCAA)
Drafted by Carolina Hurricanes (NHL) 2012
Used during the 2013-14 season by Collin Olson. Made by Reebok. Pattern stamp OLSON #29. Colin’s first of two seasons
as a Musketeer. Taking on the back-up duties he would still see time in 20 games winning winning 12 of them and recording
a single shut-out that season.
He would boast the league’s second best save percentage and fourth best goals against average.

2013-14 Connor Girard
2011-12 Springfield Jr. Blues (NAHL) * 2011-13 Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL) * 2012-14 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
2013-14 Brookings Blizzard (NAHL) * 2014-Current Air Force Academy (NCAA)
This stick was used during the second (13-14) of two seasons (12-14) by Connor Girard. Manufactured by Reebok. Pattern
stamped GIRARD. No Number on handle. Starting out the season playing four games finishing at .500 he would be traded to
the Brookings Blizzard for a chance at the starting goaltender duties.

2013-14 Nikolas Olsson
2010-12 U.S. National Development Team * 2012-14 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2014-18 Boston University (NCAA)
2018-Present Adirondak Thunder (ECHL)
This stick was used during the 2013-14 USHL season by Nikolas Olsson. Made by CCM. Model RBZ Stage 2. CCM Hockey and
TaylorMade Golf team up to produce the next generation of composite sticks. #11 on green and yellow taped handle. No pattern stamp.
Left hand shot. A rare four year player in the USHL, Nik’s last season here he logged 34 games scoring three goals and four assists

2013-14 Bobby Nardella
2013-14 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2014-15 Tri-City Storm (USHL)

2015-19 Notre Dame (H-East) * 2019-Present Hershey Bears (AHL)
This stick was used during the 2013-14 USHL season by Bobby Nardella. Made by CCM. Model RBZ Stage 2. CCM Hockey
and Taylor Made Golf team up to produce the next generation of composite sticks. Taped handle has a 7 with dot underneath-
indicating this is his game stick. Also has silver 7 a few inches below the tape directly on the shaft. No pattern stamp. Left hand
shot. Bobby would log 52 regular season games recording a goal and twelve assists as well as a play-off goal and assist.

2013-14 Tyler Mueller
2011-12 Dauphin Kings (MJHL) * Cowichan Valley Capitols (BCHL) 2013-14 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
2014-18 University of Massachusetts-Lowell (NCAA) * 2017-18 Bridgport Sound Tigers (AHL) * 2018-19 Worcester Railers (ECHL)
This stick was used during the 2013-14 USHL season by Tyler Mueller. Made by CCM. Model RBZ Stage 2. CCM Hockey
and Taylor Made Golf team up to produce the next generation of composite sticks. Taped handle no markings. No pattern stamp.
Left hand shot. A top seven Musketeer scorer he would record six goals, twenty-four assists and finish among the top three
penalty leaders with113 minutes.

2013-14 Terrance Amorosa
2013-14 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2014-18 Clarkson University (NCAA) *2018-20 Tulas/Kansas City (ECHL)
2020-22 Lavel Rocket (AHL) * 2022-Present Bolzano (ALPSHL)
2013 Drafted by Philadelphia Flyers (NHL)
Used during the 2013-14 season by Terrance Amorosa. Made by Reebok Tri-Matrix model. 6 on base of taped handle.
Pattern stamped AMOROSA. Terrance would log nearly a complete season laying 50 regular season games scoring a pair of
goals and a dozen assists. He would go on to play four seasons at Clarkson University, two seasons in the East Coast League;
Tulsa and Kansas City, two more for the Lavel Rocket in the AHL. He is currently playing in the ALPS Hockey League in central Europe.

2014-15 Jersey Notes:
This season the Musketeers will wear 6 different jerseys. Regular season jerseys are white same style as previous season, a dark
green jersey and a black alternate jersey. On opening night (October 4th) they would wear their Junior World Cup Russian
jerseys as well as two specialty night jerseys: Military Appreciation and Breast Cancer Awareness

USHL patch on right chest.

A special Clark Cup Play-offs Patch was added to each division’s top four play-off contenders jerseys. They were worn for the first two rounds. This patch is a heat applied, screened die-cut patch measuring approximately four inches tall.

The remaining two Clark Cup play-off Champions would remove this patch and add a different championship patch. This would be an embroidered patch featuring the USHL logo and logos of the two competing teams.

Musketeers represent the USHL in the 3rd annual Junior Club World Cup hockey tournament held in Ufa, Russia August 22-30th. In addition to United States and Russia; Canada, Sweden, Finland, Czech Republic, Belarus, Austria and Latvia will be represented.
An overtime victory against Belarus gives the Musketeer a Bronze medal finish as they go 5-2 for the tournament.

2014-15 Cam Gornet

2014 Bronze Medal World Junior Tournament

2015-16 Musketeer records; 3040 minutes played single season * 1613 shots faced single season *1448 saves made single season
2014-16 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2016-20 Harvard University (NCAA)

Worn during the 2014-15 season by goaltender Cam Gornet. Heavy weight mesh material with sewn-on, embroidered crest.
Alternate Fleur-de-lis patches on both shoulders. Two color numbers and single colored attached name plate. USHL patch
on right chest. Clark Cup Play-Offs patch added as the Musketeers clinched the Western Conference Championship. Patch
is a heat applied, screened design. Manufacturer tagging in collar, left chest and above the nameplate. Tie-down front. Fight
Strap. Game Socks. These jersey was made by Gemini and is a size 60G. Cam would spend a pair of seasons in Sioux City
and this one is from his rookie season. Taking on the role as back-up behind a two-season veteran; Cam still saw time in twenty-
one games this season finishing with a winning eleven and seven record. He recorded solid goals against of 2.26 and a save
percentage of.923. both of which should win you a lot of games. The Musketeers struggled at both ends of the ice and his
his second season saw him carry the mail for 51 of the 60 game grind. He would go on to play four seasons at Harvard
University (NCAA).

2014-15 Bobo Carpenter

2014 Bronze Medal World Junior Tournament * USHL Leading Goal Scorer (35) * USHL Second All-Rookie Team
Musketeers Leading Goal Scorer (35)
2013-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2015-2019 Boston University (NCAA) * 2018-21 Bridgport Sound Tigers (AHL)
2021-Present Florida Everblades (ECHL)

Worn during the 2014-15 season by Bobo Carpenter. Heavy weight mesh material with sewn-on, embroidered crest.
Alternate Fleur-de-lis patches on both shoulders. Two color numbers and single colored attached name plate. USHL patch
on right chest. Clark Cup Play-Offs patch added as the Musketeers clinched the Western Conference Championship. Patch
is a heat applied, screened design. Manufacturer tagging in collar, left chest and above the nameplate. Tie-down front. Fight
Strap. Game Socks. These jersey was made by Gemini and is a size (add). Last season Bobo would test the USHL waters
playing in eight games and recording four goals and an assist. This season, he is back fill-time – playing in sixty contests
recording a USHL/Musketeer leading thirty-five goals and twenty-eight assists. His sixty-three points is third best amont
team scorers and seventh best among all league players. He would go on to play four seasons at Boston University (NCAA)
and is currentlly playin for the Bridgport Sound Tigers in the AHL.

2014-15 Jake Ryczek

2014 Bronze Medal World Junior Tournament

2014-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2015-16 Sioux City Musketeers / Waterloo Blackhawks (USHL)
2016-17 Waterloo Blackhawks (USHL) * 2017-18 Providence College (NCAA) * 2017-19 Halifax Mooshead (QMJHL)
2019-Present AHL/ECHL

Worn during the 2014-15 USHL season by Jake Ryczek. Heavy weight double layered mesh material. Attached crest, three color
tackle-twill numbers and a single colored attached name plate. USHL patch on right chest. Clark Cup Play-Offs patch added
as the Musketeers clinched the Western Conference Championship. Patch is a heat applied, screened design. Manufacturer
tagging in collar. Tie-down front. Fight strap. Game Socks. These jersey was made by Gemini and is a size 52. Jake split three
USHL season between the Musketeers and Waterloo BlackHawks. This jersey was worn during his rookie season and saw
him play in fifty USHL contests, scoring six goals and a dozen assists; his first coming on October 4th in a home-opener win
over the Sioux Falls Stampede. He would go on to receive multiple USHL Defenseman of the Week honors as well as a
selection to the 2016 USHL All-Star team, Leading USHL Defenseman Scoring Award and a gold medal at the 2016
World Junior Challenge. In 2016 he was drafted by the Chicago BlackHawks (NHL)

2014-15 Sam Saliba

2014 Bronze Medal World Junior Tournament

2013-14 Springfield Jr. Blues (NAHL) * 2013-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2014-16 Green Bay Gamblers (USHL)
2016-20 University of Michigan (NCAA) 1

Worn during the 2014-15 USHL season by Sam Saliba. Heavy weight double layered mesh material. Attached crest,
three color tackle-twill numbers and a single colored attached name plate. USHL patch on right chest. No USHL Final
patch -Traded to GB mid-season. Manufacturer tagging in the collar and below the tie-down front. Fight strap.
Game Socks. Made by Gemini. Size 52. Returning for a second season in Sioux City Sam played thirty-seven games;
recording eight goals and seven assists. A late season trade would move him to Green Bay where he played two more
seasons with the Gamblers.

2014-15 Sam Kurker
Breast Cancer Awareness Jersey

2014 Bronze Medal World Junior Tournament

2012-14 Boston University (H-East) * 2013-14 Indiana Ice (USHL) * 2014-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
2015-17 Northeastern University (H-East) * 2016-17 Albany Devils (AHL) * 2017-Present ECHL/AHL

Worn during the 2014 Sioux City Musketeers Breast Cancer Awareness Game by Sam Kurker. The jersey are light weight material
with all sub-laminated markings including player names and Susan G. Koman logos directly on the jersey. Tie-down front. There
is manufacturer tagging in the collar and above the nameplate on the back. No fight strap. These jersey was made by CCM and
is a size XX-Large. This one was worn during the 7th Annual Pink in the Rink game. The Musketeers continued riding a five game
winning streak, beating the Lincoln Stars 5-3. While playing pair of seasons at Boston University, Sam was drafted in 2013 by the
St. Louis Blues. After a brief season in Indiana (USHL) he would join the Musketeers for the new season. He became a regular
missing only a few games during the 60 game grind. He would find the net twenty-four times and add twenty-five assists, making
him one of the Musketeers top five scorers. He played out his college eligibility for Northeastern University and is currently
playing for the Albany Devils (AHL) On Loan From the Gump Collection.

 

2014-15 Ryan Walker
Military Night Jersey, November 8th, 2014

2014 Bronze Medal World Junior Tournament

2013-14 New Jersey Titans (EHL) * 2014-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2015-19 Union College (NCAA)
2018-20 Adirondak Thunder (ECHL)

Worn during the 2014 Military Appreciation game held on November 8th by Ryan Walker. These jerseys are completely sub-
laminated including crest, numbers, sponsors, team and manufacturer logos. Single color attached nameplate. Fight Strap. Game Socks.
Manufacturer logo on front above crest and nameplate. Attached manufacturers tag in collar and size XL tag. Logging a single
season in Sioux City, Ryan recorded ten goals and twenty-four assists during the season. He would grab the opening goal in this
particular game and help the Musketeers to an overtime win against the Madison Capitols. Ryan would go on to play four seasons at
Union College and is currently playing his third season in the ECHL for the Adirondack Thunder. On load from the TB Collection.

Waltteir Hopponen

2014 Bronze Medal World Junior Tournament

2013-14 Everett Silvertips (WHL) * 2013-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 20015 Lincoln Stars (USHL)
2015-Present HPK Hameenlinna (Finland)

This one was worn during the 2014-15 season by Waltteir Hopponen. Sewn-on crest on front. Two color tackle-twill numbers on
sleeves and back. Single color attached nameplate. Manufacturer tagging in collar, above nameplate and below front tie-down. USHL
patch on right chest. Crossed swords logo on both shoulders. Fight strap. Game Socks. Made by Gemini Apparel. Size 52. Walt spent
two seasons, 2013-14 & 2014-15, in Sioux City. This one was worn during his second season where he saw time in twenty-eight
USHL games; scoring a pair of goals and adding eight assists. A mid-season trade moved him to Lincoln where he would finish
the season with the Stars.

Collin Olson

2014 Bronze Medal World Junior Tournament
2010-12 USA National Development Team * 2012-14 Ohio State University (NCAA) 2013-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
2015-17 Western Michigan University (NCAA) * Drafted by Carolina Hurricanes (NHL) 2012

This jersey was worn by Musketeers goaltender Collin Olson during the during the 2014 Junior Club World Cup Tournament held
in Ufa, Russia. He would post a 4-1 record includingan overtime win in the Bronze medal game. Jerseys are all sub-laminated
printing with Cyrillic Musketeer logo that meansMusketeer Hockey Club. USA Hockey and USHL logos on the front chest and
Iowa State flags on both shoulders. Manufacturer tags in collar and logos above the two color attached nameplate and above front
emblem. Tyson Foods was a major sponsor of the team hence the addition of the orange to the traditional Musketeer colors. Green
game socks worn with both jerseys. Manufactured by CCM. Size XXL. On Loan from the CO Collection

Pierre Crinon

2014 Bronze Medal World Junior Tournament

2014-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)* 2014-Current Corpus Christi IceRays (NAHL)

This Jersey as worn by Musketeer Pierre Crinon during the 2014 Junior Club World Cup Tournament held in Ufa, Russia.
He would play five of the six tournament games where he recorded six penalty minutes. These jerseys are all sub-laminated
printing with Cyrillic Musketeer logo that meansMusketeer Hockey Club. USA Hockey and USHLlogos on the front chest
and Iowa State flags on both shoulders. Manufacturer tags in collar and logos above the two color attachednameplate and
above front emblem. Tyson Foods was a major sponsor of the team hence the addition of the orange to the traditional
Musketeer colors. Green game socks worn with both jerseys. Manufactured by CCM. Size XXL.

Sam Saliba

2014 Bronze Medal World Junior Tournament

2013-14 Springfield Jr. Blues (NAHL) * 2013-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2014-16 Green Bay Gamblers (USHL)
2016-20 University of Michigan (NCAA)


This Jersey as worn by Musketeer Sam Saliba during the 2014 Junior Club World Cup Tournament held in Ufa, Russia. Sam
played in all six games and finished in the top 20 tournament scorers with five points and six penalty minutes. Thesejerseys are all
sub-laminated printing with Cyrillic Musketeer logo that means
Musketeer Hockey Club. USA Hockey and USHL logos on the
front chest and Iowa State flags on both shoulders. Manufacturer tags in collar and logos above the two color attached nameplate
and above front emblem. Tyson Foods was a major sponsor of the team hence the addition of the orange to the traditional
Musketeer colors. Green game socks worn with both jerseys. Manufactured by CCM. Size XXL.On Loan From the Gump Collection

Sam Saliba
2014 Junior World Cup /Regular Season
2013-14 Springfield Jr. Blues (NAHL) * 2013-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2014-16 Green Bay Gamblers (USHL)
2016-20 University of Michigan (NCAA)

This helmet was worn during the 2014-15 season by Sam Saliba. Green and white helmets were worn this season.
CCM Vector 8 style helmet. No manufacturer logo sides only on front. Radius Steel sponsor sticker on both sides.
Musketeer Logo and player number on back. All certification stickers removed. Oakley 832 visor attached. Sam would
play half of this season recording eight goals and seven assists before being traded to Green Bay and finishing the season
with similar scoring numbers

Austin Chavez 2014
Junior World Cup /Regular Season
2013-14 Kenai River Brown Bears (NAHL) * 2014-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) / Kenai River Brown Bears (NAHL)

2015-Present Wenatchee Wild (BCHL)

Worn during the 2014-15 season by Austin Chavez. These dark green color gloves would be replaced early into the season by the
better matching Musketeer green. These were worn during the Russian tournament as well as the pre-season and early regular season.
Player number below thumb. Manufacturer name on cuff, thumb and inside wrist pad. Made by CCM.

Waltteri Hopponen
2013-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2015 Lincoln Stars (USHL) * 2015-Present Hameenlinna Knights (Finland)
Worn during the 2014-15 season by Walt Hopponen. These color gloves replaced the darker green gloves worn during the Russian
Tournament, pre-season and early regular season. Style U+CL with manufacturer name on cuff, thumb and inside wrist pad.
Note: Upper cuff removed by player. Player number on palms. Size 14″. Made by CCM. Walt would record a season and a half
as a Musketeer. During his rookie season (13-14) he would record seventeen goals and fourteen assists and place him among the top
six Musketeer scorers. During this season he would record a pair of goals and eight assists before being traded to the Lincoln Stars.

2014-15 Neil Pionk
2014-15 USHL All-Star Team * 2014-15 USHL Defenseman of the Year Award 2014
2014 World Junior Club Tournament Best Defenseman Award NHL

2012-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2015-17 University of Minnesota – Duluth (NCAA)
2017-18 Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL/New York Rangers (NHL) * 2018-19 New York Rangers-Present (NHL)
2019-Present Winnepeg Jets (NHL)

Debut February 9th, 2018 New York Rangers vs. Calgary Flames First NHL goal on March 24th Rangers vs. Buffalo Sabres
Used during the 2014-15 USHL season by defenseman Neal Pionk. Right hand shot. Ribcor Made by CCM. Neal would
score sevengoals and a team leading 41 assists. These scoring numbers would also lead the League among all defensemen.
He would also record 104penalty minutes.

2014-15 Alexandre Payusov
2014-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2015-16 Madison Capitols (USHL) * 2016-Present University of Connecticut (NCAA)

Used during the 2014-15 USHL season by Alexandre Payusov. He would log a 47 game schedule netting his first of three
USHL/Musketeergoals in a 5-1 win over the Des Moines Buccaneers on October 24th. He would also add seven assists.
The following season he wouldbe traded to Wisconsin (USHL) and finish the season as a top three scorer with seventeen
goals and fourteen assists. RBZ Superfast Manufacturedby CCM/Taylor Made. Right hand shot.

2014-15 Joel Janatuinen
2014-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2015-Present University of North Dakota (NCAA)
Used during the 2014-15 USHL season by Joel Janatuinen; playing nearly a full schedule and finishing among the top
four Musketeer scorerswith 50 points;21 goals and 29 assists. He would record his first USHL goal scoring in the season
opener in a4-3 win over the Lancers. Joel would have three multi-goals games and his first hatrick on November 22nd, a 7-5
victory overthe Tri-City Storm. RBZ Superfast manufactured by CCM/Taylor Made. White taped handle covered by green
mesh tape. 53 on bottom of taped handle.Left hand shot.

2014-15 Alex Rodriguez
2014-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2015-Present R.P.I (NCAA)
Used during the 2014-15 USHL season byAlex Rodriguez. FDB (For D’ Boys) on handle tape with 17 right below. Right hand shot.
Made by CCM/Tacks. Alex would play a 51 regular season schedule scoring six goals and 11 assists. He would also record
80 penalty minutes finishing the season as a top four penalty minutes leader.

2014-15 Jacob Wilson
2014-Current Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)

Used during the 2014-15 USHL season byJacob Wilson. 24 at base of taped handle. Right hand shot. Made by CCM/Tacks.
Jake would log
a 44 game schedule this season scoring three goals and a dozen assists.

2014-15 Jake Ryczek
2014-16 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2016-17 Waterloo Blackhawks (USHL)
Used during the 2014-15 USHL season byJake Ryczek; the first of two seasons in Sioux City. Ribcor 40K Made by CCM.
#15 on white tape at base of green handle. Pattern stamped Ryczek. Right hand shot.
During this rookie season, Jake would
log nearly a complete schedule, recording six goals and a dozen assists for eighteen regular season points points. In 2016
He would
be selected in the NHL Draft by the Chicago Blackhawks.

2014-15 Joe Snively
2012 Musketeers Most Improved Player * 2014-15 Alternate Captain
2012-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2015-Present Yale University (ECAC)
Used during the 2014-15 USHL season, the last of three byJoe Snively. Ribcor 40K made by CCM. #9 at base of white taped handle.
Pattern stamped Snively. Right hand shot. Logging nearly a complete season all three years. His rookie season saw him finish
with nine goals for sixteen points and receive the Musketeers Most Improved Player Award. His second season he would finish as
one the team top four scorers with forty-five points and this final season as the teams second leading scorer with
twenty-seven goals and thirty-seven assists.

2014-15 Collin Olson
2010-12 USA National Development Team * 2012-13 Ohio State University (NCAA) 2013-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
2015-Present Western Michigan University (NCAA)
Drafted by Carolina Hurricanes (NHL) 2012
Used during the 2014-15 season by Collin Olson. Made by Reebok. Pattern stamp OLSON on handle. This marks the start of his
fifth USHL season and second as a Musketeer. Taking on the starting goaltender duties he saw time in 44 games winning
twenty-seven of those games. He would record three shut-outs this season and a .917 save percentage. He would play two
prior season for the USA Development Team and a third splitting between Team USA and the Ohio State University. Collin
would start this the season with a bronze medal showing atthe Junior Club World Cup hockey tournament in Ufa, Russia and
end the regular season leading the Musketeers to their first ever Western Conference Championship.

2014-15 Cam Gornet
2014-16 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2016-20 Harvard University (NCAA)
Used during the 2013-14 season by Cam Gornet; the first of two seasons in Sioux City. Made by Reebok. Premier Pro model.
Pattern stamp Gornet on handle. He would finish this season playing in 21 USHL games; winning 11 and recording a pair of
shut-outs
along the way. He could boast a .923 Save Percentage and a 2.26 Goals Against Average. He would be part of the
duo that
saw the Musketeerswin a bronze medal at the Junior Club World Cup hockey tournament in Ufa, Russia and
eventually help
win the USHL Western Conference Championship. He would post his first USHL victory on October
18th, 2014 playing the Waterloo
Black Hawks; where he stopped 42 shots on net. November 27th was his first shut-out,
a 3-0 victoryover the Lincoln
Stars where he stopped 20 shots on goal.

2015-16 Jersey Notes:
This season the Musketeers will wear five different game jerseys. There will be the regular season jerseys,
an alternate as well as the traditional BCA and Military Night jerseys. All three regular season jerseys are a different
style this season.
All five jerseys this season have the USHL patch on the upper right chest with the exception of the Pink in the Rink jersey,
this logo is screened on the jersey.

Green and white helmets will be worn this season with Musketeers logo on sides.
A smaller player number on back due to helmet design.

2015-16 Christian Meike
Pink in the Rink
13-14 Philadelphia Jr. Flyers (USPHL) / 2014-15 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
2015-16 Musketeers / Waterloo Blackhawks (USHL) * 2016-19 University of Michigan (NCAA)

Worn during the 2015 Sioux City Musketeers Breast Cancer Awareness Game on October 24th, 2015 by Christian Meike.
These are light weight material with all sub-laminated numbers & logos directly on the jersey. Screened attached nameplate.
Tie-down front. Custom Musketeers tagging in the collar, manufacturer logo abovethe nameplate & below the tie-down.
Fight strap. Game socks. Made by Gemini Athletic. Size 52. Auctioned at the conclusion of that night’s game.
On Loan From the Ron H. Collection

2015-16 Jacob Wilson
Military Appreciation Night
2013-14 Indiana Ice (USHL) * 2014-17 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2017-22 Arizona State University (NCAA)
2021-22 Providence Bruins (AHL) * 2022-Present Maine Mariners (ECHL)

This jersey was worn by Jacob Wilson on Military Appreciation Night held on November 9th, 2013. These jersey are a
light weight material witheverything sub-laminated, USHL patch, logos, numbers, advertising & screened name plate.
Custom Musketeer manufacturer tagging in collar. FightStrap. Game socks. Made by Gemini Athletic. Size 52. Auctioned
at the conclusion of that night’s game. Jacob would play three seasons in Sioux City and this one was worn during his
middle season. Willy would net seven goals and thirteen assists this season, including a multi-point game against the Youngstown
Phantoms scoring a pair of goals, adding an assist and earning the game’s First Star Award. His rookie season he scored three
goals; his first coming in Fargo in a 6-3 win over the Force and added a dozen assists. His last season saw the Team Captain
at his best, leading the Musketeers to their first League Championship in thirty seasons and to the final game of the Clark Cup
Championship series. He would notch six goals and eighteen assists this regular season and add a pair of goals and assists
in the play-offs. Twice he was a top five Musketeer Heavy Hitter all three seasons. He is currently playing for the University
of Arizona (NCAA) On Loan From the Ron H. Collection

2015-16 Brian Rigali
2014-15 Springfield Jr. Blues (NAHL) * 2015-17 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2017-21 University of Connecticut (NCAA)
2021-Present American International College (AHA)

This jersey was worn during the 2015-16 USHL season by Brian Rigali. These are the carbon fiber style jerseys and were worn as
an alternate jersey. These have a front tie-down collar and an attached embroidered crest. The USHL patch on the upper right chest
Has two color dazzle material numbers and a matching attached nameplate. Manufacturer tagging above the nameplate and in the collar.
Fight strap. Game Socks. These jersey was made by Gemini and is a size 52. This one was worn during Brian’s first of two seasons
as a Musketeer. He would see time in 36 games recording five goals and eight assists including his first lamp-lighter in his first game;
a 4-3 overtime win over the Fargo Force. The following season he would help lead the Musketeers to their first League
Championship in thirty seasons; scoring ten goals and twenty assists. He would add three more goals and an assist as the
Musketeers took the Chicago Steel to the final game of the championship series. He is currently playing for the
University of Connecticut (NCAA)

2015-16 Patrick Holway
2015-16 Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL) / Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2016-18 University of Maine (NCAA)

2018-20 Merrimack College (NCAA) * 2020-Present San Jose Barracudas (AHL)
Drafted by Detroit Red Wings (NHL) 2015

This jersey was worn during the 2015-16 USHL season by Patrick Holway. These have a front tie-down collar and an attached
embroidered crest.USHL patch on the upper right chest. Has two color numbers and a single color attached nameplate. Manufacturer
tagging above thenameplate, below the tie-down and in the collar. Fight strap. Game Socks. Made by Gemini. Size 52. Patrick would
spend most of the season playing in Dubuque (USHL). The 2015 Red Wings NHL Draft pick would see time in thirty-seven games;
recording his fist USHL tally in a 5-1 victory over Team USA. A late-season trade moved him to Sioux City where he played out
the remaining seven games. He got on the score sheet for the Musketeer when he grabbed an assist in a 4-5 loss to the Capitols.

2015-16 Ian Scheid
2012-13 Lincoln Stare (USHL) * 2014-15 Austin Bruins (NAHL) * 2015-16 Fargo Force/Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
2016-20 Minnesota State at Mankato (NCAA) * 2020-22 Utah (ECHL/Colorado (AHL) *2021-Present Germany (DEL)

This jersey was worn during the 2015-16 USHL season by Ian Scheid. These yellow jerseys are nod to the original Musketeer
jerseys from the very first two seasons of Musketeer hockey. These have a front tie-down collar and an attached embroidered
Tri-State crest. The USHL patch on the upper right chest. Has two color numbers and a single color attached nameplate.
Manufacturer tagging above the nameplate, below the tie-down and in the collar. Fight strap. Game Socks. Made by Gemini.
Size 52. Ian would join the team early in the season after a short stint in Fargo where he played in five games and notched a goal
and an assists. He would find his fit in Sioux City though, playing in forty-seven games; recording five goals and eleven
assists. Ironically, Ian’s first USHL goal and assists would come against the Musketeers in a 4-3 home-opener loss for the
Force. During his rookie season at Minnesota State University he was selected to the 2017 NCAA All-Rookie Team.

2015-16 Connor Sundquist
2015-16 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2016-17 Salmon Arm Silverbacks (BCHL) * 2017-18 Surry Eagles (BCHL)
2018-23 Trinity College (NCAA)

Used during the 2015-16 season by Connor Sundquist. M on top of handle right side. A on top on the middle and S on the top on the
right side. Ribbon on the back of stitch at the top of the handle.27 at base of handle on front. Connor would play a single season
for the Musketeers logging time in 42 games. He would record four goals and five assists. He is currently playing in the BCHL
for the Salmon Arm Silverbacks.

2015-16 Brady Ferner
Musketeers 2015-18
2014-15 Coulee Region Chill (NAHL) * 2015-18 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2018-20 RPI (NCAA)

2020-22 University of North Dakota
Used during the 2015-16 season by local player Brady Ferner. Green taped handle with white band with 2 at base of handle on front.
Brady joined the Musketeers half way into the season. A native of Sioux City he played in the SYHA program for many seasons
before entering the Chicago Americans AAA program. He is currentlly playing at the University of North Dakota (NCAA)

2015-16 Teemu Pulkkinen
2015-16 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2016-20 University of Nebraska-Omaha
2020-22 Jukurit Mikkeli (Finn Elite) * 2021-22 Herning Blue Fox (Denmaek Elite)

Used during the 2015-16 season by Teemu Pulkkinen. This one has a Blue taped handle. No Number. Left-handed CCM Ultra Tacks.
Teemu was one of several players the Musketeers recruted playing in Finland over the last few seasons. He tallied fifteen goals and
sixteen assists finishing among the top three team scorers. He will be playing hockeynextseason in Omaha for the University
of Nebraska.

2015-16 C.J. Dodero
2014-15 Wichita Falls Wildcats (NAHL) * 2015-17 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
2017-Creighton University (NCAA)
This stick was used during the 2015-16 season by rookie C.J. Dodero; This CCM Ultra Tacks twig is that standard use of most players
this season. White taped handle with “14” at the base. White taped Left-handed blade. He would
tally nine goals and a dozen
helpers this season. C.J. waited only three games into the season to notch his first USHL goal, in a 5-3 win over the Sioux Falls
Stampede. Four games later, he will find the net three times for his first career hatrick in a 4-0 blanking of the Omaha Lancers.
He would also earn aspot on the USHL All-Star/Prospects Team where he would notch a goal for Team West. He would retun
for a final season recording five goals and a pair of assists and is currentlly playing for the University of Creighton.

2015-16 Jackson Keane
2015-17 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2017-18 Penticton Vees (BCHL) * 2018-21 University of North Dakota (NCAA)
2020-21 Wheeling Nailers (ECHL) * 2021-Present Orlando Solar Bears (ECHL)

Used during his rookie season,this stick has a white taped handle with a black12 on handle. On back of handle has CH18 at the top
and a small cross at the base of the taped handle Left-handed CCM Ultra Tacks. Jackson Keane would notch seven goals and
added another four assists to his rookie season’s stats as a Musketeer. It wouldn’t takehim long to light the lamp scoring in his
first game as a Musketeer in a 5-4 overtime victory over the Fargo Force. He would beselected to play in the USHL
All-Star/Prospects game. The University of North Dakota recruit is expected to return next seasonas as one of the several
returning veterans.

2015-16 Jacob Wilson
2013-14 Indiana Ice (USHL) * 2014-17 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2017-22 Arizona State University (NCAA)
2021-22 Providence Bruins (AHL) * 2022-Present Maine Mariners (ECHL)
Returning for a second season this one was used during the 2015-16 season by Jacob Wilson. The Ultra Tacks are the standard stick
used by most USHL players this season. White taped handle with 24 at base. Right handed. Jake would post seven goals and
thirteen assists as well as a top two addition to the Heavy Hitters list with 99 penalty minutes. His rookie season saw him net three
goals and add a dozen assists. He will return the next season taking on the duties of Team Captain leading the Musketeers to
an Anderson Cup Championship season and a bid for the Clark Cup.

* The USHL announces the redesign of of its new 2016 logo. This is the fifth logo redesigns in the league’s 36 year history when
in 1980 the league transitioned from a Senior Professional to an amature Junior A League.


* This new logo will incorporate elements of logos past; the seven stripes representing the seven USHL original teams, the
proportional star representing the rising fortunes of the league’s players, coaches and officials.
* The overall stars & stripes theme representing the USHL’s distinction of being the nation’s only Junior A Tier 1 League.
* These new USHL crests will be worn on all three regular season jerseys & screened on BCA and Military Night jerseys.

This season marks the Musketeers 45th Anniversary as members of the United Stars Hockey League. Technically, they
league’s only remaining original team.

*This season the Musketeers will again wear five different game jerseys. There will be the regular season jerseys, an alternate as
well as thetraditional BCA and Military Night jerseys. All jerseys have the USHL patch on the front.
* All three regular jerseys this season will display the Musketeers 45th Season Anniversary and USHL patches. BCA and Military
Night display screened anniversary and league patches.
*Green and white helmets will be worn this season with Musketeers logo on sides. A smaller player number on back due to
helmet design.
* Two Clark Cup finalists would wear this patch on both their home and away jerseys. Green jersey: USHL patch was removed
after the semi-final round to make room for this patch. Yellow jersey: USHL Crest was not removed
from the Musketeers yellow jerseys nor was the Clark Cup finals patch added.


2016-17 Todd Scott

2017 USHL Anderson Cup (Regular Season) Champions * USHL Clark Cup (Championship) Runner-Up
2016-17 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2017-18 Vancouver Giants (WHL) / Edmonton Oil Kings (WHL)
2018-20 Edmonton Oil Kings (WHL) * 2019-21 Tri-City Storm (USHL)


This jersey was worn during the 2016-17 Anderson Cup Championship season by goaltender Todd Scott. Heavy weight jersey
with tie-down front. Sewn-on Musketeers crest. 45th Season patch on right chest and USHL Final patch in place of removed USHL
logo patch. Manufacturer tagging in collar, below tie-down and above the single color attached nameplate. Two color tt numbers.
Secondary Musketeer logo on both shoulders. Fight Strap. Game Socks. Made by Gemini. Size 58G. Todd played a single season
in Sioux City and saw limited time in net. However, he did see time in seven games, posting a pair of wins over Tri-City and Team
USA and four losses. Other than a six goal affair he’d like to have back; Todd’s goals against would have been tops in the league.
Over the summer his plans of a long-term tenure in the Musketeer net changed when the Vancouver Giants (WHL) drafted and
signed him the following season. He is currently playing for the Edmonton Oil Kings.

2016-17 Ryan Ferland

2017 USHL Anderson Cup (Regular Season) Champions * USHL Clark Cup (Championship) Runner-Up
2016-17 Sioux City Musketeers * 2017-Present Princeton University


This jersey was worn during the 2016-17 Anderson Cup Championship season by goaltender Ryan Ferland. Heavy weight jersey
with tie-down front. Sewn-on Musketeers crest. 45th Season patch on right chest and USHL patch on left. Manufacturer tagging in
collar, below tie-down and above the single color attached nameplate. Three color numbers. Fight Strap. Game Socks. Made by
Gemini. Size 58G. Ryan played a single season in Sioux City and knew there would be limited time between the pipes; by the time
December arrived he had logged just five game in net finishing with a 2-2-1 record. He would finish the season in the North
American League playing for the New Jersey Jr. Titans where he would finish there with a 6-5-2 record. He would commit to
Princeton University the following season where he is currently playing for the Tigers.

2016-17 Pink in the Rink
October 29th, 2016

 

Military Appriciation Night
November ??th, 20??

2016-17
Musketeers 2016-17

This seasons 2016-17 white jerseys were given to all the players at the completion of the season.

2016-17 Matiss Kivlenieks

2017 USHL Anderson Cup (Regular Season) Champions * USHL Clark Cup (Championship) Runner-Up
USHL Player of the Year * USHL Goaltender of the Year * USHL All-Star * USHL First Team All-Star
USHL/Musketeers Most Wins in a single season (36) * USHL/Musketeers Lowest Goals Against Average (1.85)
Columbus Blue Jackets; January 19th, 2020 vs. New York Rangers * First NHL Win January 19th, 2020 vs. New York Rangers
2014-16 Coulee Region Chill (NAHL) / Latvia National Team * 2016-17 Musketeers (USHL) 2017-20 Cleveland Monsters (AHL)
2020-21 Columbus Blue Jackets (NHL)

This mask was worn by Matiss Kivlenieks during the first part of the 2016-17 season. Traditional white fiberglass mask with
steel cage protector. Has green and yellow stripes added by team equipment manager. Thin inner padding and black chin
strap. Has back skull plate has two color “35” and Musketeers helmet sticker. Autographed by Matiss on lower right front. Matiss
joined the Musketeers for this single season but from the beginning everyone knew it would be a special season for Matiss and
the Musketeers. Securing the starting position early in the season, he would go on to play in forty-nine games, grabbing thirty-six
wins and thirteen losses including four overtime and two shoot-out losses. He would help lead the Musketeers to the Clark Cup finals.


Matiss would set several team & league records this season, including leading goals against average & save percentage. He just the fifth player
to receive both USHL Player of the Year and Goaltender of the Year Awards. He is selected to the USHL All-Star Team and a First-Team USHL
All-Star. Matiss would sign with the Columbus Blue Jackets (NHL) and in January hit the ice as a professional, that rookie season
he saw time in six games winning in his debut contest. The following season Matiss would be fatally injured on July 4th
fireworks accident.

2016-17 Prototype Jersey

This is an un-selected sample uniform from the 2016-17 season.


2016-17 Ryan Ferland
2016-17 Musketeers (USHL) * 2017-Present Princeton University (NCAA)
Used during the 2016-17 season by rookie goaltender Ryan Ferland. Taped handle with FERLAND pattern stamped. Playing behind
the league’s premier goaltender, Ryan did see time in five games this season and posted a 2-2-1 record. He would secure
a college commitment to Princeton University where he is in he second season playing for the Tigers.

2016-17 Eeli Tolvanen
USHL All- Star Team * USHL First All-Star Team
Musketeers Leading Scorer 54 Points * Musketeer Goal Scorer (30)


Nashville Predators; March 31st, 2018 vs. Buffalo Sabres * First NHL Assist December 1st, 2018 vs. Chicago Black Hawks
First NHL Goal December 1st, 2018 vs. Chicago Black Hawks
2014-15 Finish National Team/Sarja Blues * 2015-17 Musketeers * 2017-18 Swedish Jokerit (KHL) / Nashville Predators (NHL)
2018-20 Milwaukee Admirals (AHL) * 2020-23 Nashville Predators (NHL) *2013-Present Seattle Krakin (NHL)


Used during the 2016-17 season by Musketeer leading scorer Eeli Tolvanen. This CCM the standard use stick for most of the players
in the league. Green taped handle with black 15 in white band at the bottom. Pattern stamped TOLVANEN. Eeli lead the Musketeers
in scoring this season recording 54 points; notching a team high 30 goals and 24 assists. The following season he would play
a complete season in the KHL, dominating the league as an eighteen year old rookie player. He would set several rookie scoring
records and collect numerous player of the week/month awards. The first round Nashville Predators draft pick would return to
the States joining the Preds as they finished the regular season and prepare for the Stanley Cup play-offs.

2016-17 Brady Ferner
Musketeers 2015-18
2014-15 Coulee Region Chill (NAHL) * 2015-18 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2018-20 RPI (NCAA)
2020-Present University of North Dakota

This on was used during the 2016-17 season by Sioux City native Brady Ferner. This CCM the standard use stick for most of the
players in the league. Green taped handle with black 2 in white band at the bottom. No pattern stamp. Returning here for his
second season, Brady recorded a pair of goals and eight assists. This season would beloaded with firsts including his first regular
season USHL goal in a win over Cedar Rapids on October 29th and his first play-off goala 5-0 first round-game one victory
for the Musketeers.
He is currentlly playing at the University of North Dakota (NCAA)

2016-17 JC MacLean
2016-17 Musketeers (USHL) * 2017-21 Clarkson University (NCAA)

This on was used during the 2016-17 season by J.C. Maclean. This CCM the standard use stick for most of the players in the league.
Yellow taped handle with black 17 in white band at the bottom. Black taped blade. Pattern stamped McMenamin. JC joins the
Musketeers this season after a prior full season playing for the Omaha Lancersand before that in the NAHL. He would record his
first USHL goal with the Lancers on October 30th in a 3-2 win over the Madison Capitolsand hisfirst goal as a Musketeer
November 4th in a 5-4 victory over the Sioux Falls Stampede. He would record eight goals and nine assists during the
regular season and chip in an additional play-off goal and two assists.

Micah Miller
2016-17 Musketeers * 2018-23 St. Cloud State University (NCAA) * 2023-Present Tucson RoadRunners (AHL)
This on was used during the 2016-17 season by Micah Miller. This CCM the standard usestick for most of the players in the League.
Green taped handle with black 29 in white band at the bottom. No player pattern stamp. Micah split his rookie season between the
Musketeers and his hometownhigh school team. He would notchUSHL goal and assist just three games into the season in a 5-2 win
over the Fargo Force. Adding fivemore assists in thirteengames he would return home to help his Grand Rapids Thunderhawks through
the Minnesota high school postseason tournament. Returning to the Musketeer line-up he added three goals and three more assists
as the regular season closed. Hewould see time inall thirteen play-off games; recording his first play-off goal in a second round,
game five win over Waterloo.Three nights later hewould have three assists in the opening game victory of the Championship series.

Charlie Kelleher
2013-16 Boston Jr. Bruins * 2016-17 Tri-City Storm / Musketeers (USHL) * 2017-21 University of New Hampshire (NCAA)

This on was used during the 2016-17 season by Charlie Kelleher. White taped handle with black 13at the bottom. White tape wrapped
along shaft. No player pattern stamp. This CCM the standard use stick for most of the players in the league. Charlie joined the
Musketeers two-thirds in to the season; a top scorer in Tri-City with eleven goals and twenty-twoassists, he would add an additional
six goals and twelve assists for the Musketeers. His 17goals and team leading 34 assistsplaced him among Sioux City’s top two
scorers. The Wildcat recruit will play the following season for New Hampshire University.

Keegan Montaro
2014-16 Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL) * 2016-18 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
2018-Present US Air Force Academy


Worn during the 2016-17 season by Keegan Montaro. Manufactured by CCM. Faded size tags in both gloves. Prior to joining the Musketeers
in 2016, Keegan’s USHL path started in Dubuque first logging a single game in 2014 and then a full schedule in 2015 with the Fighting
Saints. He recorded his first USHL goal in December 12th, in a 4-1 win over the Madison Capitols. He would join the Musketeers
where he was part of the regular season Anderson Cup Championship and the Musketeer post-season run for the Clark Cup. Keegan would return

in 2017 as one of the leaders of the experienced defense corps and Alternate Captain. He is an Air Force Academy commitment.

Tony Stillwell
2014-15 Madison Capitols (USHL) * 2015-16 Waterloo Black Hawks/ Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
2016-17 Sioux City Musketeers/Green Bay Gamblers (USHL) * 2017-Present Brown University (NCAA)


These nameplates were removed from Tony Stillwell’s three remaining game jerseys upon his trade to the Green Bay Gamblers. Building
on last seasons numbers, where he grabbed his first USHL goal with the Waterloo Black Hawks on January 8th against the Tri-City
Storm and his fist as a Musketeer on March 4th against the Fargo Force. He would start out this season playing seventeen games
and recording a pair of assists. That mid-season trade moved him to Green Bay where he finished the season scoring a pair of
goals and eleven assists in thirty-three games. He is currently playing at Brown University for the Bears.

Did You Know…in 2015 Tony was named both Wisconsin’s high school Player of the Year and Defenseman of the Year.

Jamie Armstrong
2016-17 Musketeers
Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) *2017-19 Central Illinois Flying Aces (USHL) * 2019-Present Boston University

Removed nameplates from the three remaining game jerseys of Musketeer Jamie Armstrong. Jamie would join the Musketeers
for this rookie USHL season. It would take just one game before he scored his first red-lighter on September 30th against the
Tri-City Storm. He would log thirteen total games for the Musketeers before finishing the season in Penticton, British Colombia
where he helped lead the Vees to a BCHL Championship. Jamie would return the USHL following season and is now in his
second season playing for the Central Illinois Flying Aces.

2017-18 Jersey Notes:
The Musketeers will again wear five different game jerseys. There will be the green and white regular season jerseys, an alternate,
as well as the traditional BCA and Military Night jerseys. The green and white jerseys will have an attached USHL patch; the black &
two special jerseys the USHL crest is screened on the jersey. The USHL patch is also present on the left back leg of pants.

Green and white helmets will be worn this season with Musketeers logo on sides. A smaller player number on front and back of helmet.
Shield/Head logo on both sided of both white and green helmets. Small USHL sticker on back right.
White JJ sticker added in January upon the passing of USA Hockey legend Jim Johannson

2017-18 Sampo RantaColorado Avalanche; May 30th, 2021 vs. Las Vegas Golden Knights
2016-18 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2018-21 University of Minnesota (NCAA)
2021-Present Colorado Eagles (AHL) / Colorado Avalanche (NHL)
Pink in the Rink / October 21st, 2017

This Jersey was worn by Sampo Ranta during the 2017 Breast Cancer Awareness game. These jerseys are completely screened with
the exception of an attached nameplate with sewn-on letters. The numbers contain subliminal pink ribbons and the game socks
conversely white ribbons. Fight Strap. Manufactured by K1 Sportswear. K1 logo on side. Screened collar tagging. Size L. On loan
from the Wayne S. Collection. This would be Sampo’s second season playingfor the Musketeers. He played 53 games this season,
scoring twenty-three goals & fourteen assists for the Musketeers; his thirty-seven points was second highest among Musketeer
scorers. He recorded a pair of three-point outings scoring a pair of goals and an assist against Tri-City & Des Moines and
another pair of two-goal affairs taking on Tri-City and Green Bay. He will be eligible for the 2018 NHL draftand the following
season he will play for the University of Minnesota. The last two seasons he has also been a members of the U16 and U17
Finish National teams.

2017-18 Jack Babbage
Military Appreciation Night / November 11th, 2016
Musketeers 2017-19 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2019-21 Chicago Steel (USHL)
2021-22 University of New Hampshire (NCAA)

This jersey was worn during the November 11th Military Appreciation Night by Jack Babbage. This tie-down front jersey
has completely screened on numbers, sponsors, and Musketeer & USHL logos. Back of jersey has a sub-laminated image of all
five of the US Armed Forces on the front and the Veteran Memorial Bridge located in Sioux City on the back. Jersey also
has stars and camouflage gradation on body and sleeves. Attached nameplate with sewn-on letters. Support Siouxland Soldiers
and Dunes Medical Clinic sponsors. Fight Strap. Game socks. Manufactured by K1 Sportswear. Size L.
On lean from the Doug F. collection.

2017-18 Sammy Walker
2016-17 Lincoln Stars (USHL) * 2017-8 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2018-22 University of Minnesota (NCAA)
2022-Present Iowa Wild (AHL) / Minnesota Wild (NHL)

Worn during the 2017-18 season by Sammy Walker. This heavy material jersey has a sewn-on embroidered crests on the front
and on both shoulders. It also has an attached USHL patch on the front right chest. It has a single color attached nameplate
and two-color tackle- twill numbers. Manufacturer tagging in the collar and above the nameplate; made of a thin material
heat applied logo. Fight Strap. Game Socks. Size Medium. Manufactured by K1 Sports. Sammy would split the season between
the Musketeers and his high school team in Edina, MN. Sammy logged four USHL games in November and then retuned to
Sioux City for the remaining thirteen games of the season. He would average a point per game his first seven game back and
notch his first goal in a 5-1 win over the Des Moines Buccaneers. He would finish the season with a pair of goals and
seven more assists. He is currentlly playing foor the Minnesota Wild (NHL)

2017-18 Hayden Rowan
2015-16 Muskegon Lumberjacks (USHL) * 2016-17 Johnstown Tomahawks (NAHL) * 2017-18 Sioux City Musketeers

2018-19 Trail Smoke Eaters (BCHL) * Yale University (NCAA) 2019-Present

Worn during the 2017-18 season by Hayden Rowan. Heavy material jerseys. Fully embroidered sewn-on front crest. Two-color
tackle-twill numbers on sleeves and back. Single color attached name plate. Manufacturer tag sewn in collar and heat applies
on back neckline. Shield logos on both shoulders and USHL crest on right chest. Fight Strap. Game Socks. Manufactured by K1
Sports. Size Large. Prior to joining the Musketeers, Rowan logged a full season with the Johnstown Tomahawks in the North
American League and before that split his time between the Little Caesars U16 and U18 teams. He also logged six games
with the Muskegon Lumberjacks and scored his first goal in a 9-5 win over Team USA. While playing for the Musketeers he
would see time in forty-six contests; scoring a pair of goals and adding eight assists. H eis currently playing for the Trail Smoke
Eaters and has committed to Yale University the following season.

Adam Kadlec
2017-18 Musketeers * 2018-19 Corpus Christi Ice Rays (NAHL)


Worn during the 2017-18 season by Adam Kadlec. Heavy material jerseys. Fully embroidered sewn-on front crest.
Two-color tackle-twill numbers on sleeves and back. Single color attached name plate. Manufacturer tag sewn in collar
and heat applied on back neckline. Shield logos on both shoulders and USHL crest on right chest. Fight Strap. Game Socks.
Manufactured by K1 Sports. Size Large. Adam would have a busy season; starting out in the OHL playing for the Oshawa
Generals and the Winsor Spitfires he would join the Musketeers for ten USHL contests. He would finish the season playing
for the Corpus Christi Ice Rays of the NAHL. Prior to this season Adam logged a pair of season playing for the Prince
Albert Raiders of the WHL.

2017-18 Matt Fawcett
2016-18 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2018-19 Powell River Kings (BCHL)

2019-21 Quinnipiac University (NCAA) * 2021-Present University of Maine (NCAA)


Worn this season by veteran Matt Fawcett. Heavy jersey material. Sewn-on embroidered crest. Alternate logo patches on both shoulders.
USHL crest on left chest. Two-color numbers. Single color attached name plate. Heat applied Manufacturer logo above name plate.
Manufacturer tagging in collar. Size Medium. Game socks. Fight strap. Matt served a pair of short stints with the Musketeers while
still
playing for his hometown Winchendon High School. He grabbed a pair of USHL games as a high school junior and then
returned to the Musketeers after the completion of his senior season for ten more.

Did You Know…Matt didn’t find the net as a Musketeer – but he knew where it was…he currently holds all three of his High
School careere scoring titles; recording seventy-one goals, ninety-four assists and 164 points in just three seasons.

2017-18 Dylan Mills
2017-18 Waterloo Blackhawks (USHL) / Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2018-21 Niagara University (AHA)
2021-22 Evensville Thunderbolts (SPHL)

This one was worn during the 2017-18 season by Dylan Mills. Originally selected as a black alternate jersey these quickly
became the team and fan favorites and saw a majority of the home ice time this season. This is a a light-weight material with
sewn-on embroidered crests on the front and both shoulders. The numbers are three-color tackle-twill and feature a subdued
fleur-de-leys. Sub laminated stripes, fleur-de-leys and collar tag.Single color attached name plate. Manufacturer tagging in
the collar and above the nameplate. Fight Strap. Game Socks. Size Large. Manufactured by K1 Sports. Dylan started the USHL
season with the Waterloo Black Hawks but an early season trade made him a Musketeer. He would log forty-two gamesin Sioux
City; notching fourteen goals and eight assists. His twenty-two points was sixth highest among Musketeer scorers and along the
way, Dylan recorded five multi-point games and a pair of two-goal games before the season’s end.

2017-18 Ryan Leibold
2016-17 Springfield Jr. Blues (NAHL) * 2017-18 Sioux City Musketeers * 2018-22 College of the Holy Cross (AHA)
2022-Present Merrimack College (NCAA)

Ryan wore this during his single season as a Musketeer. CCM Resistance helmets. Black on White JJ Jim Johannson sticker on
back left added in January. USHL sticker on back right side. Player numbers on front top and middle back. CCM Revision visor. Ryan
played a complete sixty game schedule and would records seven red-lighters, two of those were game-winners and five helpers. He
grabbed his first goal on November 24th against the Tri-City Storm.

2017-18 Randy Hernandez
2015-16 USA National U17 * 2016-17 USA National U18 * 2017-18 Sioux City Musketeers * 2018-19 Lincoln Stars (USHL)
2019-20 Brooks Bandits (AJHL) * 2020-21 Robert Morris University (AHL) * 2021-Present Canisius College (AHA)

CCM Resistance helmets. Black on White JJ Jim Johannson sticker on back left added in January. USHL sticker on back right side.
Player numbers on front top and middle back. CCM Revision visor. Randy would spend a pair od season playing for the USA
National Team before joining the Musketeers. Logging time in forty-five tilts, the rookie recorded both his first red-lighter and
helper on October 27th against the Chicago Steel.. An off-season trade sent him to Lincoln where he joined the Stars for his final
junior season. He has committed to play for Penn State the following season.

2017-18 Ben Kraws
2015-17 Buffalo Jr. Sabres (OJHL) *2017-19 Musketeers (USHL) * 2019-21 Miami of Ohio (NCAA)
2021-Present Arazons State University (NCAA)


Used during the 2017-18 rookie season by Ben Kraws.Bauer Supreme 2S Pro. Ergo Spine model featured a thin-light weight paddle
with a reinforced spine to give it strength. Pattern stamped KRAWS. Taped knob with black 33 at base. TeXtrene Technology. Ben
used this during his first season seeing time in twenty games; recording five wins, four losses and a tie. He would also grab a pair
of shut-outs this season as well.

2017-18 Matt Jurusik
2013-15 Janesville Jets (NAHL) * 2017-17 University of Wisconsin (NCAA) * 2017-18 Sioux City Musketeers 2018-20 Michigan Tech
2020-22 South Carolina/Idaho (ECHL) & WBS / Dallas (AHL) * 2022-Present Kunlun Red star (KHL)


The pictures are from the HelmetHead Design group located just south of Sioux City in Omaha, Nebraska. Started in 2010
HelmetHead has painted some of the finest goalie masks, in not only the USHL, but for other athletes outside hockey and
around the country. This mask was worn by Musketeer goalie Matt Jurusik during the 2017-18 season. His back head plate
represents the teams he has played for, as he continues his hockey career. Born in La Grange, IL. He first traveled to Cleveland
to play for the Barons, the next season it was the North American League and the Janesville Jets, following that he would spent
a pair of season playing for the University of Wisconsin before joining the Musketeers for the 2017-18 season. Matt is currently
playing at Michigan Tech (NCAA)

2017-18 Matt Fawcett
2016-18 Musketeers * 2018-19 Powell River Kings (BCHL) * 2019-21 Quinnipiac College (NCAA)
2021-Present University of Maine (NCAA)

Worn during the 2017-18 season by Matt Fawcett. Manufactured by CCM. Faded size tags in both gloves. Over two seasons
Matt logged just a dozen game with the Musketeers. His first season he saw just a pair of games; returning this season to play
in ten USHL contests. He would record three assists before returning home to finish his high school senior year. The Winchendon
Wapiti’s Team Captain would lead the way scoring twenty-nine goals and forty-three assists in just twenty-seven game.

2017-18 Keegan Mantaro
2014-16 Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL) * 2016-18 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2018-Present US Air Force Academy
Worn during the 2017-18 season by Keegan Montaro. Manufactured by CCM. Faded size tags in both gloves. On Lean from
the KM collection. Prior to joining the Musketeers in 2016, Keegan’s USHL path started in Dubuque first logging a single
game in 2014 and then a full schedule in 2015 with the Fighting Saints. He would join the Musketeers last season helping
lead the Musketeers to an Anderson Cup Championship and a post-season run for the Clark Cup. He would return this season
as one of the leaders of the experienced defense corps and the Alternate Captain. Keegan is an Air Force Academy commitment
and will be joining the Golden Eagles for the 2018-19 season.

2017-18 Mathieu De St. Phalle
2016-17 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2017-19 Omaha Lancers (USHL) * 2019-20 Chicago Steel (USHL)
2020-Present University of Wisconsin (NCAA)

Worn during Mathieu’s second of two seasons as a Musketeer. These name plates were removed upon his trade to the Omaha
Lancers. The prior season Mathieu did log five games for the Musketeers but returned this season ready to be a Musketeer
regular. He grabbed his first goal in the season opener; a 3-2 overtime win in Fargo. He would play in twenty games before
a trade moved him to Omaha where he finished the season scoring five goals and sixteen assists. He is currently playing at
the University of Wisconsin.

Lucas Bahn
2016-17 Johnstown Tomahawks (NAHL) * 2017-18 Sioux City Musketeers/Des Moines Buccaneers

2018-19 West Kelowna Warriors (BCHL) *2019-21 University of Alabama-Huntsville * 2022-Present Niagara University

Lucas logged a single season as a Musketeer. Both of these name plates were removed upon his trade to the Des Moines
Buccaneers. Having built on three seasons of USPHL experience playing in the Skipjacks elite program and another
playing in the North American League, Lucas joined the Musketeers for his rookie season. Logging time in thirty-two
Musketeer games, he tallied his fist goal on October 10th in a 3-1 loss to his future team mates. Lucas is currently playing
in the BCHL for the West Kelowna Warriors.

2018-19 Jersey Notes:
As tradition, the Musketeers will again wear five different game jerseys. There will be the regular season jerseys, an alternate,
as well as the traditional BCA and Military Night jerseys. The green and white jerseys will have an attached USHL patch
on chest, tan alternate will have the USHL patch on the front neckline and the two specialjerseys the USHL crest is screened
on the jersey. The USHL patch is also present on the left back leg of pants.

Green and white helmets will be worn this season with Musketeers logo on sides. A smallerplayer number on front and back of helmet.
Shield/Head logo on both sided of both white and green helmets. Small USHL sticker on back right.

Bauer become the USHL’s official supplier of player equipment, sticks and outer wear, this includes all player protective gear,
sticks, helmets and player casual & performance clothing.

The Musketeers wear a special warm-up jersey in November; celebrating the commissioning of the US Navy’s newest combat ship
the USS Sioux City. Jerseys are wound be sold to fans during a silent auction on November 23rd.

2018-19 Anthony Kehrer

2019 USHL All-Rookie Team
2018-20 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2020-Present University of Wisconsin (NCAA)

This was worn this season by USHL and Musketeer rookie Anthony Kehrer. The front has a sewn-on embroidered crest.
USHL patch on right chest. All numbers are three color tackle-twill and a single color tt letters on attached nameplate. Alternate
logo crests on both shoulders. Musketeers script logo above the nameplate. Manufacturer tagging sewn in the collar and heat
applied on back hem. Fight Strap. Game socks. Made by K1. Size L.

2018-19 Sample Jersey

This is another sample jersey for the 2018-19 season from K1. It is sent to the team for a final approval before the initial
manufacture of the team set. Attached blank name plate. Fight strap. This one did have some significant changes to the striping
pattern, sleeve color & numbers, team logo above the nameplate as well as the overall jersey cut.

2018-19 Anthony Kehrer
2019 USHL All-Rookie Team
2018-20 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2020-Present University of Wisconsin (NCAA)

This stick was used during the 2018-19 season by Anthony Kehrer. First season of Bauer stick exclusivity by the USHL. Bauer Supreme
2S stick model. Black taped handle. Pattern stamped (Kehrer) and is a P-92 right hand pattern. Blade half waxed. Anthony would
join the Musketeers as a youngster thisseason. Just old enough to drive,he would see a busy schedule for a rookie logging time in
sixty games including twopost-season contests. He would record hisfirst red-lighter and add ten more helpers this season. Anthony
was selected to the 2019 USHL All-Rookie team.

2018-19 Nolan Krenzen
2018-20 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2019-20 Omaha Lancers (USHL)
2020-Present University of Nebraska (NCAA)


This was worn during this season by USHL and Musketeer rookie Nolan Krenzen. The front has a sewn-on embroidered crest
and USHL patch on right chest. All numbers are two color tackle-twill and a single color attached nameplate. Alternate logo
crests on both shoulders. Manufacturer tagging sewn in the collar and heat applied above the name plate. Fight Strap. Game
socks. Size L. Nolan was another rookie that had a busy season; just a single game. He would record his first junior goal and
add seven more assists. He is currently committed to play for the University of Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks following
his USHL career.

2018-19 Brady Smith (Alternate)
2016-17 Bloomington Thunder (USHL) * 2017-18 Central Illinois Flying Aces (USHL) * 2018-19 Sioux City Musketeers

2019-20 Colorado College (NCAA) * 2020-21 Lone Star Brahmas (NAHL) * 2021-Present University Wisconsin / Stevens Point.

Worn this season by Brady Smith. Multi-layered sewn-on script crest. Three color tackle-twill numbers on shoulders and back.
Alternate logos on both shoulders. Team logo above the single color attached nameplate. USHL crest on front collar. Fight Strap.
Game Socks. Manufacture tagging in collar and on lower back hem. Made by K1 Sportswear. Brady would log a single season
with the Musketeers. Prior to that he played a pair of season in Illinois for the Bloomington Thunder and Illinois Flying Aces.
He would record a pair of goals and add nine assists this season. He is currently playing at the iniversity of Wisconsin-
Stevens Point (NCAA).

2018-19 Sample Jersey (Parker Ford)

This is a sample jersey for the 2018-19 season from K1. It is sent to the team for a final approval before the initial manufacturer

of the team set. One can see that on the sample, that any white details were changed to match the already utilized
Vegas Gold. K1 on back hem lowered/different color. Some of the striping pattern was also changed.

2018-19 Cross Check Cancer
October 27th, 2018

2018-19 Military Appriciation
November 3rd, 2018

USS Sioux City Warm-up Jersey
2017-18 Cedar Rapids RoughRiders (USHL) * 2018-19 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) 2019-Present Sacred Heart University (NCAA)

These commemorative warm-up jerseys were worn three times this season; one on the road in Des Monies and twice at home
against the Waterloo Black Hawks and the Fargo Force. They were auctioned off during the latter game. These jerseys commemorated
the commissioning of the US Navy’s newest combat vesselthe USS Sioux City. Light-weight fine mesh with screened front logo.
Screened Musketeer logos on both shoulders. No fight strap.Back had heat applied single color players numbers and names.
Autographed.Manufacturer tag in collar and on right hem. Made by K1. Size XL.

Zach Plucinski
2018-19Musketeers/Omaha Lancers * 2019-Present Omaha Lancers


These were worn during the 2018-19 season by Zach Plucinski. Bauer Gloves. Musketeers logo on both gloves. Size 14″ in cuff. Zack
played a singleseason for the Musketeers logging twenty-seven games and lending assistance on two Musketeers tallies.


These three removed name plates after a mid-season trade send him to Omaha. He would finish the season playing for the Lancers
where he would record his first goal on March 22nd, a win over the Fargo Force and add three additional assists.

Ben Kraws
2017-19 Musketeers * 2019-21 Miami University of Ohio (NCAA) * 2021-Present Arizona State (NCAA)
Used during Ben’s second season, 2018-19 with the Musketeers.Bauer Supreme 2S Pro. Ergo Spine model features TeXtrene
Technology, a thin-light weight paddlewith a reinforced spine to give it strength. Pattern stamped “KRAWS”. Three layered taped
knob. Ben would take on the starting duties this season, seeing time in forty-nine USHL contests. Recording twenty-four wins and
twenty-two losses and that includes six in either overtime or shootouts. Ben is currently playing at Arizona State University (NCAA)

Anthony Kehrer
2018-20 Musketeers (USHL) * 2010-Present University of Wisconsin (NCAA)

Used during the 2018-19 season by Anthony Kehrer. First season of Bauer stick exclusivity by the USHL Bauer Supreme 2S stick.
Black taped handle. Pattern stamped (Kehrer) Blade half waxed.

Ian Malcolmson
2017-18 Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL/Janesville Jets (NAHL) * 2018-20 Musketeers
2020-Present Northern Michigan University (NCAA)

Used during the 2018-19 season by rookie Ian Malcolmson. First season of Bauer stick exclusivity by the USHL. Bauer Supreme
2S stick. Black stick knob take with white band contain player number. One dot on handle represents first choice game stick.
Pattern stamp (Malcolmson). Ian would play a complete season; scoring his first USHL/Musketeer goal, a game-winner on
October 23rd against the Des Moines Buccaneers. He would also record a dozen assists this first season. He would return the
following season and named Musketeer team Captain.

Martin Pospisil
2017-19 Musketeers * 2019-Present Stockton Heat/Calgary Wranglers (AHL)

Used during the 2018-19 season by Martin Pospisil. First season of Bauer stick exclusivity by the USHL Bauer Supreme 2S stick.
Green taped handle. Pattern stamped (Pospisil) P-92 Left Two season with the Musketeers. Drafted by the Calgary Flames in
the 2018 NHL draft. He is currently playing for the Calgary Wranglers, formerly the Stockton Heat, in the AHL.

Marcus Kallionkieli
Musketeers 2018-19 * 2019-20 Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL) * 20-21 Henderson Silver Knights (AHL)

2021-Present Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL)
Used during the 2018-19 season by Marcus Kallionkieli. P-92 left hand pattern. White handle and blade tape. Single season
with the Musketeers.
Marcus was drafted by the Las Vegas Golden Knights in the 2019 NHL draft and is
currently playing for the Brandon Wheat Kings in the WHL.

Jake Sibell
2017-18 Minnesota/Brookings (NAHL) * 2018-19 Sioux City Musketeers USHL) * 2019-21 Aberdeen Wings (NAHL)
2021-Present Niagra University (AHA)

Used by Jake Sibell during the 2018-19 season. Bauer Supreme 2 Ergo S1+ Tape above paddle. Pattern Stamp ” Sibell”

Parker Ford
Musketeers 2017-19
2017-19 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2019-23 Providence Collegwe (NCAA)
2022-Present Manatoba Moose (AHL)

Used by Alternate Captain Parker Ford during the 2018-19 season. Bauer Nexus 2N Pro. Green taped handle, white band with
number. Bottom half of blade waxed only. Pattern stamp “Ford”. Parker played a pair of seasons in Sioux City. During this second
season he would record nineteen goals and twenty-four assists. He was a member of the Team USA Junior A Challenge Cup gold
medal team. Parker is currently playing in the American Hockey League for the Manatoba Moose.

Season Notes: The USHL season is Canceled on March 18th due to the Covid-19 Pandemic Declaration.
An Anderson Cup (regular season) Champion is awarded but there is no post-season/Clark Cup play.

Jersey Notes: The Musketeers are slated to again wear three different regular season game jerseys (Green, Black & White).
There will also be the two traditional special game jerseys including the Military Appreciation and the Cross Check Cancer jerseys.

Green and white helmets will be worn this season with Musketeers logo on sides. No player number on front and back of helmet.
Shield/Head logo on both sided of both white and green helmets. Small USHL sticker on back right.
The Musketeers wear a special warm-up jersey in November; Alzheimer’s Awareness.

Austin Heidemann
Musketeers 2019-20
2018-19 Green Bay Gamblers (NCAA) * 2019-20 Sioux Falls Stampede/Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
2020-Present Mercyhurst University (NCAA)

Worn this rookie season by Austin Heidemann. This has an embroidered heat applied front crest as well as heat applied shoulder
patches and USHL crest on the right chest. Two-color sewn-on twill numbers. Single color sewn letters with attached nameplate.
Manufacturer tagging in collar and logo heat applied on neckline and above nameplate. Fight strap. Game socks. Made by K1 Sports.
Size XL. During his rookie season in Green Bay and second season in Sioux Falls, he recorded twenty-seven points and eleven
points respectively. He logged just
four games with the Musketeers. Austin is currently playing at Mercyhurst (NCAA).

2019-20 Ethan Harrison
2018-19 Shreveport Mudbugs (NAHL) * 2019-20 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)

2020-Present Bentley University (NCAA)

Ethan Harrison wore this one during his single season in Sioux City.This has an embroidered heat applied front crest as well as
heat applied shoulder patches and USHL crest on the right chest. Two-color sewn-on twill numbers. Single color sewn letters with
attached nameplate. Manufacturer tagging in collar and logo heat applied on neckline and above nameplate. Fight strap. Game socks.
Made by K1 Sports. Size L. Ethan would see time in forty-six games where he posted seven goals and nine assists; including his first
USHL goal and assist in an 8-2 win over the Tri-City Storm on October 8th. He is currentlly playing at Bentley University (NCAA)

2019-20 Nolan Krenzen
2018-20 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2019-20 Omaha Lancers (USHL)

2020-Presaent University Nebraska/Omaha (NCAA)

This has an embroidered heat applied front crest as well as heat applied shoulder patches and USHL crest on the right chest.
Two-color sewn-on twill numbers. Alternate Captain “A” not attached. Single color sewn letters with attached nameplate. Manufacturer
tagging in collar and logo heat applied on neckline and above nameplate. Fight strap. Game socks. Made by K1 Sports. Size L.

This was worn during Nolen’s second season in Sioux City. He logged thirty-one games before a trade moved him to Omaha.
He would record four goals and thirteen assists here in Sioux City and add another goals and five assists after his move south.
He is currently playing in Omaha for the University of Nebraska.

2019-20 Ben Doran

4th All-Time Games Played by a Musketeer (185)
2019-23 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2023-Present Bowling Green State University (NCAA)

This one was worn by Ben Doran during his rookie season. This has an embroidered heat applied front crest as well as
heat applied shoulder patches and USHL crest on the right chest. Three-color sewn-on twill numbers. Single color sewn
letters attached nameplate. Manufacturer tagging in collar and logo heat applied on neckline and above nameplate. Fight strap.
Game socks. Made by K1 Sports. Size L. Ben would see time in forty-three games and record three goals and seven assists.
Two of those red lighters,
including the game-winner, coming in just his second game of the season; an 8-2 win over the Tri-City
Storm on October 18th, 2019.
He has committed to play at Bowling Green State University.

2019-20 Cross Check Cancer
October 26th, 2019

2019-20 Military Appreciation Night
November 9th, 2019

 

2019-20 Gabe Blanchard (Stick)
Musketeers 2019-21 * 2021-Present UMass (NCAA)

Picture Coming Soon!!!

Used during the 2019-20 season by rookie Gabe Blanchard. Bauer Vapor Fly Lite. Stamped BLANCHARD. Stick is a P28.
Left handed shot.White taped handle.Black taped blade. Used during the first of two seasons playing for the Musketeers. During
this rookie season Gabe would grab four goals, including his first on December 6th, with a game winner over the Des Moines
Buccaneers. He would also add eleven assists this season. He is currentlly playing at UMass (NCAA)

Joel Maatta
2019-21 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2021-Present University of Vermont (NCAA)


Used during the 2019-20 season by rookie Joel Maatta. Bauer Vapor Fly Lite. No custom pattern stamp. Stick is a P92.
Left handed shot. Greentaped handle with white band at base with player number “16”. Blade tape removed.

Sam Stange
2017-20 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2019-20 Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL)
2020-Present University of Wisconsin (NCAA)

Used during the 2019-20 season. Bauer Vapor. Shiny White taped handle. Single strip of tape down shaft. Pattern stamped Stange.
P-92 Right handed

Ethan Harrison
Musketeers 2019-20
2018-19 Shreveport Mudbugs (NAHL) * 2019-20 Musketeers (USHL) * 2010-Present Bentley University (AHA)

Used during the 2019-20 season by rookie Ethan Harrison. Bauer Nexus 2N Pro. White taped handle with “7” at the base. No custom
player stamp. Uses pattern P88 with a 77 flex. Right handed shot.

Kirklan Irey
2018-19 Bismark Bobcats (NAHL) * 2019-22 Musketeers (USHL) * 2011-Present Bemidji State University (NCAA)
Used during the 2019-20 season by rookie Kirklan Irey. Bauer Nexus 2N Pro. White taped handle with “20” at the base. No custom
player stamp. Uses pattern P92 with a 77 flex. Left handed shot.

Season Notes: This is also a Covid-19 restricted season with the Leage limiting inter-conference play, reducing the amount of regular
season games. Play-offs are back on this season however, only the first four team in each conference make the cut and the first
and second rounds are requced to three game mini-series. The finals remain a best of five series.

Jersey Notes: There are no third jerseys this season.
The annual Cross Check Cancer promotion is canceled this season. Military Appriciation Night is still on.
First season for JOG (Join Our Game) manufactured jerseys

Ben Doran

Most Careere All-Time Musketeer Regular Season Games Played (185)
2019-23 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) *2023-Present Bowling Green State University (NCAA)

Worn during Ben’s second season as a Musketeer. Sewn-on fully embroidered front crest. Two color twill numbers. Single color twill
letters on attached nameplate. Heat applied embroirdered shoulder patches and USHL patch on right chest. Manufacturer tagging in
collar. Fight Strap. Game Socks. Manufactured by JOG Athletics. Size AL-52.
Ben saw time in twenty-two games recording a goal
and three assists this season. He would go on to a rare four season USHL careere all with the same team. Along the way he helped
the Musketeers to a 2022 Clark Cup Championship; the teams fourth in franchise history.

Ben would go on to be one of only four other all-time Musketeers to play in over 200 regular and post-season games.
(Dave Davies, Sammy Nelligan, Dan Wurden & Tommy Olczyk)

2020-21 Kirkland Irey
Musketeers 2019-22
2018-19 Bismark Bobcats (NAHL) * 2019-22 Musketeers (USHL) * 2011-Present Bemidji State University (NCAA)

Worn during the 20-21 season by Kirklan Irey. This has an embroidered heat applied front crest as well as heat applied shoulder patches
and USHL crest on the right chest. Two-color sewn-on twill numbers. Single color sewn letters with attached nameplate. Manufacturer
tagging in collar. Fight strap. Game socks. Made by JOG (Join Our Game). Size 54. Kirklan would go on to play three seasons in Sioux
City. Next season’s Team Captain would help lead the Musketeers to their fourth Clark Cup Championship. This second season he would
record ten goals and eighteen assists including a game winner on March 26th against the Sioux Falls Stampede.


Millitary Appriciation Night
January 2nd, 2021


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This marks the Musketeers 50th Season as members of the USHL .

Notes: Musketeers wear four different styles of jerseys this season; the traditional white regular season jersey is tweaked a bit with the addition of additional striping on the sleeves and body, a green regular season jersey and two specialty jerseys; Cross Check Cancer and Military appreciation.

There is no black third jersey this season.

Musketeers wear two different helmets this season; white and green. Player number in the front and back. 50th anniversary logo stickers on
both sides. Matisse Kivleineks memorial sticker on back above number. ID sticker on back left.

Feb 11th they warm up in Audri Brown jerseys. There is a silent auction during the third period.
March 11th Pack the House for Pautsch warm-up jersey. There is a silent auction during the third period.

50th Season White Jerseys

Sioux City harkens back to its traditional roots, sporting the original Tri-State logo, numbers and letters, patches
are all enhanced with metallic gold detailing representing the Musketeers 50th Annaversary. The jerseys five total
stripes represent each decade of historic Musketeer hockey. The inside collar detailing reminds everyone when it all started,
way back in 1972. A special 50th annaversary shoulder patch on both sides

Mikey Adamson
2022 USHL Clark Cup Champions

Musketeers 50th Season * Alternate Team Captain
2020-22 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2022-Present University of Massachusetts

This one was worn by Mikey Adamson during the 2022 Clark Cup championship season. These white jerseys have a
sewn on crest with an added Clark Cup finals patch on the right chest. Screened USHL logo on the neckline. Two color
numbers on back and shoulders. Two color attached nameplate. 50th season patches on both shoulders. Fight strap.
Game socks. Manufacturer tagging in collar. Established 1972 on collar. Made by JOG Athletics (Join Our Game). Size
AM-50. Mikey started his second season as one of the team’s Captains, recording a goal and a dozen assists.
Unfortunately, a mid-season injury sidelined him for the remainder of the regular season. He is currently playing
at UMass (NCAA)

Bennett Schimek

2022 USHL Clark Cup Champions

Musketeers 50th Season

2019-20 Omaha Lancers (USHL) * 2020-22 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * Providence College (NCAA)

This one was worn by Bennett during the 2022 Clark Cup championship season. These white jerseys have a sewn on
crest with an added Clark Cup finals patch on the right chest. Screened USHL logo on the neckline. Two color
numbers on back and shoulders. Two color attached nameplate. 50th season patches on both shoulders. Fight strap.
Game socks. Manufacturer tagging in collar. Established 1972 on collar. Made by JOG Athletics (Join Our Game). Size
AXL-54. This season Bennett recorded thirteen goals and twenty-three assists during the regular season. He would also
grab three post-season goals, two of them game winners, and three additional assists as the Musketeers go on to win their
fourth Clark Cup Championship.

Tomi Leppanen
2022 USHL Clark Cup Champions

Musketeers 50th Season

Musketeers 2021-23 (USHL)

This was worn during Tomi’s rookie season. These white jerseys have a sewn on crest with an added Clark Cup finals
patch on the right chest. Screened USHL logo on the neckline. Two color numbers on back and shoulders. Two color
attached nameplate. 50th season patches on both shoulders. Fight strap. Game socks. Manufacturer tagging in collar.
Established 1972 on collar. Made by JOG Athletics (Join Our Game). Size AXL-54. Tomi would see time in fifty-four
games recording four goals and ten assists. He would also register a goal and an assist on the way to the Musketeers
fourth Clark Cup Championship. This jersey is now a part of the TB collection.

50th Season Green Jerseys
The new style front crest is also detailed in metallic gold representing the Musketeers 50th Anniversary this season.
Three gold stripes on the sleeves and hem represent the three Clark Cup Championships the Musketeers have won over
that time. The inside collar detailing reminds everyone that they “Play for Sioux City”. The special shoulder patch on
both sides is also adorned annaversary metallic gold detailing.

Owen Fowler

2022 USHL Clark Cup Champions

Musketeers 50th Season

2919-21 Des Moines Buccaneers (USHL) * 2020-21 Omaha Lancers (USHL)
2021-22 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2022-Present UMass-Lowell (NCAA)

These green jerseys feature a fully embroidered front crest including letters and logo. Two-color numbers on shoulders
and back. Stripes are sub laminated. 50th season patches on both shoulders. USHL Logo screened on the front neckline.
Clark Cup Finals patch on right chest. Single color sewn-on contrasting name plate. Game Socks. Fight Strap. Manufacturer
tagging in collar. Play for Sioux City on collar. Made by JOG Athletics (Join Our Game). Size AXL-54. Owen Joins the
Musketeers in early February and adds additional spark to the Musketeers eventual charge to the Clark Cup Championship.
Just like in Omaha, he stays atop the penalty minutes leader board collecting 196 total minutes this season. He also
grabs three more goals and ten assists for the Musketeers. In just three short months, Owen goes from new guy to
team leader & fan favorite!!! He is currentlly playing for the University of Massachusetts at Lowell (NCAA).

Cross Check Cancer
October 23rd, 2021


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Millitary Appriciation Night
November 13th, 2021


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2021-22 40-Man Camp Jerseys

Jersey Notes:
The Musketeers wear two different regular season style jerseys this season. The traditional white jersey is altered a bit to represent
last season stripping pattern sans the metallic gold piping.
The green jersey incorporates a new color of green mixed in
with the traditional green and gold colors. There is no black third jersey this season.

Musketeers wear one game jerseys for Pink in the Rink (October 22nd) Military Appreciation Night (November 12th)
and Dew City (January 21st). These jerseys are auctioned after the game.

Musketeers wear an Aubri Brown jersey (Febryary 5th) and these are sold via a silent auction during the third period.

Musketeers wear two different color helmets this season; green and white. Helmets made by Bauer. Model XXXX Clip Change
visor by Bauer. Model XXXX.
Green: Round Musketeer sticker on both sides of helmet. Two color, white outlined player numbers on front and back. ServePro
sticker back left. White: Round Musketeer sticker on both sides of helmet. Two color, green outlined with yellow player numbers
on front and back. ServePro sticker back left.

Patrick Reilly
2022-23 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)  * 2023-24 Trail Smoke Eaters/Coquitlam Express (BCHL)
2024-Present Princeton University (NCAA)

This was worn by Patrick Reilly during his rookie season. Heavy weight material. Fully embroirered sewn-on front crest. Two-
color tt numbers on back and on both shoulders. Two color tt letters on attached name plate. Heat applied/sewn-on soulder logos.
Sub laminated USHL logo on front neckline and Clark Cup Championship season on back inside collar. Manufactuer tag in collar.
Game socks. Fight strap. Made by JOG (Join Our Game) Athletics. Size 54. (On loan from the PR collection).
Patrick joins
the Musketeers with two prior seasons experience playing for the New Jersey Rockets U18 AAA developmental team.
He would
see time in a dozen games this season. The following season he would split time between the Trail Smoke Eaters and the
Coquitlam Ecpress in the BCHL. He is currentlly playing at Princeton University (NCAA). 

Garrett Brown
2022 Clark Cup Champions
2022 USHL Bio-Steel All-Star & Prospects Team

2021-23 Musketeers * 2023-Present University of Denver (NCAA)

Worn this season by Returning veteran and Clark Cup Champion Garrett Brown. Heavy weight material. Fully embroirered
sewn-on front crest. Two color tt numbers on back and on both shoulders. Two color tt letters on attached name plate. Two
color tt “A” on left chest. Heat applied/sewn-on soulder logos. Sub laminated USHL logo on front neckline and Clark Cup
Championship season on back inside collar. Manufactuer tag in collar. Game socks. Fight strap. Made by JOG (Join Our Game)
Athletics. Size 54. Garrett is back for a second season see time in thirty-six games recording three goals and thirteen assists
befor a mid-season trade would move him to Waterloo. The prior seson, the rookie would play a complete schedule;
recording
four goals and a dozen assists. He would play in the USHL Bio-Steel All-Star game, that spring he would be selected by the
Winnapeg Jets in the 2022 NHL draft. 

Colin Kessler
2016-19 Culver Military Academy * USHS-Prep) * 2022-24 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
2024-Present University of Vermont (NCAA)

This on was worn by rookie Colin Kessler. Front crest and shoulder logos are embroirered directly to jersey. Two color
tackle-twill numbers on back and shoulders. Two color letters on attached name plate. Heavy weight jersey material. Sub
laminated USHL logo on front neckline and Play for Siouxland on the inside back collar. Manufactuer tag in collar. Game
socks. Fight strap. Made by JOG (Join Our Game) Athletics. Size 52. During this rookie season, Colin saw time in sixty
regular season games; recording five goals including a game winner on October 21st against the Tri City Storm and ten
assists. He would go on to play an additional season in Sioux City befor playing at the University of Vermont (NCAA) 

Dylan Godbout
2012-24 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2024-Present The Ohio State University (NCAA)

This on was worn by Dylan Godbout. Front crest and shoulder logos are embroirered directly to jersey. Two color
tackle-twill numbers on back and shoulders. Two color letters on attached name plate. Heavy weight jersey material. Sub
laminated USHL logo on front neckline and Play for Siouxland on the inside back collar. Manufactuer tag in collar. Game
socks. Fight strap. Made by JOG (Join Our Game) Athletics. Size 54. Prior to this season, Dylan grabbed a couple of
Musketeer games. Returning for his first full season, he would see time in a complete sixty-two game schedule; record
fourteen goals and thirty-three assists. His forty-seven points put him amoung the team’s top four scorers.

Pink in the Rink
October 22nd, 2022

 

Military Appriciation Night
November 12th, 2022

2022-23 Dew City Jersey
January 21st, 2023

For one night only Sioux City becomes Dew City wearing special Mt. Dew game jerseys. January 21st against the
Lincoln star the Dew City Musketeers beat the Stars 4-1. The jerseys are auctioned at the completion of the games
with porceeds going to Camp High Hopes.
Note: Plain white game socks worn with the Dew City jerseys.

 

Jersey Notes:
The team wears just two main colors this season; green and white. Both are a call back to the orginal season reflecting on the
traditional stripping of jerseys from that time period. The Green jersey featue the Musketeer head logo with “Siouxland” printed above
the logo. The ninety’s Puck Man logo is also embroirdered on both shoulders.
White jersets  feature the traditinal Musketeers logo.
There is no third jersey this season.

Starting in November the team wears special Big Frig warm-up jerseys. Big Frig is a locally founded company producing comercial
grade coolers, tumblers, cups and other related drinkwears. They also
wear one game only jerseys for Pink in the Rink (October 21st)
Military Appreciation Night (November 11th) and Dew City (December 9th). These jerseys are auctioned after the game.
Musketeers wear an Aubri Brown jersey (Febryary 17th) and these are sold via a silent auction during the third period.

Musketeers wear two different color helmets; green and white. Helmets by Bauer (Model: RE-AKT 150 S) with Bauer Pro-Clip Visor. 
Green: Round Musketeer sticker on both sides of helmet. Two color, white outlined player numbers on front and back. ServePro
sticker back left. White: Round Musketeer sticker on both sides of helmet. Two color, gold outlined with green player numbers
on front and back. Fremont Tire sticker on back.  AJ#7 (Adam Johnson) Sticker added early in the season back right.

Finn Loftus “A” (White)
2021-24 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)  * 2024-Present University of Massachusetts (NCAA)
Coming Soon
 

 

Liam Hupka (White)
2022-24 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2014-Present University Minnesota-Mankato (NCAA)
Coming Soon
 

 

Max Strand
 2022-24 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2014-Present University of Vermont (NCAA)

   
Worn by Max Strand during his second season. Heavy weight jersey material. Fully embroidered sewn-on front crest.
Siouxland and Puck-man shoulder logos embroidered directly on the jersey. All Numbers and Alternate Captain’s
“A” are two-color tt as is the attached nameplate. Sub laminated USHL logo on front collar and on neckline, the years of
Sioux City’s Clark Cup Championships. Fight Strap. Game Socks. Manufacturer tagging in collar. Made by JOG (Join
Our Game). Size AL-52. 
Max would log a complete season playing in all sixty-two regular season games. Recording
fifteen goals, three of them game-winners, and thirty-six assists, his fifty-one points was third best among team
scorers. He would have thirteen multi-point games including a pair of three point outings against Lincoln and
Omaha. Max has committed to play at the University of Vermont (NCAA) next season.

Did You know…Max received the 2021-22 Minnesota Mr. Hockey Award. This is presented the the best high school player
in the state. 

Hagen Burrows
2023-Present Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) * 2024-Present University of Denver (NCAA)