The Laker Wingers Lost to the Sioux Falls Sioux on Friday Night
After an uneventful first period, the Lakers got off to an impressive start in the second with Brandon Koch, Will Gavin, and Parker Brown scoring goals for Sioux Falls before Sioux Falls tied it with three goals of their own in the third.
Northeastern forward Steven Agriogianis has entered the transfer portal. Hailing from New Jersey, Agriogianis scored two goals and five points during his debut weekend for the Huskies last season.
Early Life and Education
Steven Agriogianis is a versatile winger with high competitive level and strong hockey intelligence, who stood out at this summer’s USA Hockey Select 16 Player Development Camp at Delbarton High School. Agriogianis makes smart passes while being relentless on pucks.
From E.T. director Steven Spielberg to Christian martyr Saint Stephen, this name boasts an illustrious past. Pronounced “steh-FEN,” this classic boy’s name means crown or wreath and is related to Dutch name Stefan ( stfn). Sometimes abbreviated Steve or Stevie, it makes an excellent choice for sons of any family – Agriogianis was born in Cincinnati Ohio before attending University of Colorado Boulder before moving west for entertainment industry pursuits in California.
He possesses excellent patience with the puck, slowing the game down to become an effective two-zone player at the next level. Furthermore, his vision and hockey IQ make smart passes in the offensive zone.
Agriogianis earned Northeastern’s Rookie of the Week honor after posting five points over two games this weekend with two goals and three assists, according to Northeastern Huskies Blog. A native of New Jersey, Agriogianis struggled throughout his first 20 games this season with injuries hindering him in doing so. Following season end he entered transfer portal and will join Mercyhurst of Atlantic Hockey where forward Julian Kislin will also play out his graduate-year eligibility eligibility next season.
Achievement and Honors
Steven Agriogianis found some good memories from the loss, scoring his first career goal and making some effective passes that found open players.
He also provided an assist on Zach Solow’s first goal of the game for either team, which should help to build on his rookie season next season and see tangible results on the ice.
He joins Cayden Primeau (Bishop Eustace), Marc Johnstone (St. Joe’s Metuchen), and Jon Bendorf (The Hun School) as New Jersey players selected in both rounds of the 2015 USHL Draft. All six will play college hockey this fall.
Agriogianis’ family lives in East Hanover, New Jersey. One of his brothers, Nicholas Agriogianis, also plays professional hockey – currently for the Central Illinois Flying Aces of the USHL where he has made 24 games and recorded two goals and nine assists over 24 games played with them. Both sons of Heather and Steve Agriogianis.
Northeastern Hockey Blog reports that Agriogianis recently entered the transfer portal. His time at NU was marked by injuries and limited playing time; Mercyhurst may be part of Atlantic Hockey, while former teammate Julian Kislin will attend Sacred Heart for his graduate year.
Agriogianis is an avid follower of the Philadelphia Flyers. He has attended multiple games with his father and brothers. Furthermore, Agriogianis enjoys listening to Paul Simon and Bob Dylan’s music.