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Players of the Week & Honor Roll
Week of  Sept. 30, 2014


Co-Offensive Player of the Week:

       
Anthony Merante and Nick Siracuse - Lockport Express

Merante notched one goal and two assists in Saturday's 9-3 win, and two goals and one assist in Sunday's 6-5 loss.
Siracuse scored one goal and two assists in Saturday's win. He also found the back of the net twice in Sunday's lost, and registered one helper in that game as well. 

 

Defensive Player of the Week:

 
JC Moritz - Cape Cod Islanders

Moritz registered one goal Saturday and one goal Sunday in the Cape Cod Islanders series against the New England Stars.
 

Northern States Junior Hockey League Top Performers:

Justin Apgar, Jersey Shore Wildcats, scored two goals and registered one assist on Friday.
Raymond Falso, Syracuse Stampede, netted one goal Friday night, as well as two goals and one assist on Saturday.
Robert Gavallese, Junior Mariners, registered one goal and one assist on Saturday against the Maine Wild.
Jake Latham, New England Stars, for his offensive effort resulting in one goal and one assist in Saturday's win against the Cape Cod Islanders.
Drew Lupardo, Maine Wild, for his outstanding conduct on and off the ice, and his two goals and one assist this weekend against the Junior Mariners. 
Charles Antoine Malenfant, Cape Cod Islanders, who scored the game-winning goal against the New England Stars on Sunday. 
Dane Pauls, New England Stars, for keeping the Stars in two close games this weekend, allowing only 2 goals on 27 shots on Saturday and 2 goals on 40 shots on Sunday.
Marc Schlaeger, Jersey Shore Wildcats, for his shutout on Sunday against the Stampede, stopping 21 shots.
Austin Wesley, Roc City Royals, scored two goals on Sunday in his team's 6-5 win.
 
 
 

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