Justin Hache

#73D,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 202
Born:
Birth Place: Petit-Roucher, New Brunswick
Draft: 2012 7th round (208th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • Illustrated Review: Breaking down the options on the Bruins' top line wing
    Sports Illustrated

    Illustrated Review: Breaking down the options on the Bruins' top line wing

    Since he broke into the NHL in 2009, Boston Bruins forward Brad Marchand has skated nearly 4,500 minutes with Patrice Bergeron at even strength. The two wingers that logged the most time next to Bergeron and Marchand are still in the league, but no longer on the Bruins' roster: Tyler Seguin and Reilly Smith.

  • Sabres prospect Petersen named Richter finalist — will he sign in Buffalo?
    ProHockeyTalk

    Sabres prospect Petersen named Richter finalist — will he sign in Buffalo?

    On Thursday, the five Richter Award finalists for the top NCAA goalie were announced and — to nobody’s surprise — Buffalo draftee and Notre Dame product Cal Petersen was among the five. Petersen, 22, finished the year with a 21-11-5 record, .928 save percentage, 2.14 GAA and six shutouts, backstopping the Irish to the NCAA championships. Petersen’s focus is currently on making the Frozen Four. But once that’s done, attention will undoubtedly turn to the pro game. Taken in the fifth round (129th overall) at the ’13 draft, Petersen has become one of Buffalo’s more prized young assets. GM Tim Murray addressed as much in a recent interview with WGR 550 radio. “We like him, obviously a lot, as a prospect,”

  • Why wasn't Pavel Buchnevich in the lineup last night?
    SNY

    Why wasn't Pavel Buchnevich in the lineup last night?

    Tanner Glass replaced Pavel Buchnevich in the Rangers lineup last night after being a scratch for two straight games. Glass played 6:50, had a fight in the second period, 1 shot on goal and 2 hits. He played 2:45 in the first, 2:01 in the second and 2:04 in the third. Alain Vigneault said before the game that due to some bumps and bruises the Rangers had some game time decisions and he said after the game that the opponent being the Islanders also played into the decision. Vigneault said I just thought that making those two changes would help us out and for the most part our group as a whole played a strong game." On Monday, Vigneault said that Buchnevich played well against Minnesota but again