CBJ Prospect Profiles: Summer 2010
Matthew Rust and Trent Vogelhuber
Tuesday, 08.17.2010 / 11:31 AM / Features
By Blue Jackets Staff - Writer
Matthew Rust was selected by the Florida Panthers in the 4th round (101st overall) in 2007. He was acquired by trade from the Panthers for Mathieu Roy.
In 2009-10, Rust played in 45 games for the Michigan Wolverines of the CCHA. He scored 13-27-40 along with a +21 and 24 penalty minutes.
In 2008-09, Rust played in 37 games for the Michigan Wolverines of the CCHA. He scored 11-11-22 along with a +18 and 39 penalty minutes. He also played for Team USA in the World Juniors and in 6 games recorded 3-1-4 and 10 penalty minutes.
In 2007-08, Rust played in 38 games for the Michigan Wolverines of the CCHA. He scored 12-11-23 along with a +13 and 69 penalty minutes.
First job… golf caddy at his local golf course
If he wasn’t playing hockey he would be… playing golf
One of his goals… climb a mountain
Hockey hero… Joe Sakic
Favorite athlete… John Daly
Favorite vacation spot… Mexico
Trent Vogelhuber was selected by the Columbus Blue Jackets in the 7th round (211th overall) in 2007.
In 2009-10, Vogelhuber played in 42 games for the Miami (OH) Redhawks of the CCHA. He scored 8-4-12 with 30 penalty minutes while leading Miami to consecutive Frozen Four appearances.
In 2008-09, Vogelhuber played in 29 games for the Miami (OH) Redhawks of the CCHA. He scored 2-2-4 with 22 penalty minutes while leading Miami to a Frozen Four Runner-up title.
In 2007-08, Vogelhuber played in 2 games for the Des Moines Buccaneers of the USHL. He scored 0-1-1 before suffering from another season ending knee injury.
In 2006-07, Vogelhuber played in 31 games for the St. Louis Bandits of the NAHL. He scored 10-16-26 with 24 penalty minutes before suffering a season ending knee injury.
His goal in life… travel to all 7 continents
Favorite movie… Greenstreet Houligans.
Most memorable hockey moment… going to the Frozen Four 2 years in a row
Would switch places with… Christiano Ronaldo
Favorite sports team… San Diego Chargers
Favorite Restaurant in Columbus… House of Japan