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Players of the Week & Honor Roll
Week of  Feb. 11, 2014



 


Offensive Player of the Week:

    Andrew Paterson - Junior Mariners 

Paterson netted a hat trick on Saturday and one goal and one assist on Sunday in his team's weekend series against the Cape Cod Islanders. Paterson is a '94 of Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia. He has 9 goals and 4 assists in his 30 games played this season.  
 

Defensive Player of the Week:

  Zac Totten - Syracuse Stampede 

Zac Totten, goaltender for the Stampede, was key in both team's wins this weekend against the Maine Wild. He stopped 28 shots for a shutout on Saturday and helped the Stampede win Sunday's game in a shootout.
 

Northern States Junior Hockey League Top Performers:

 
Travis Blinkhorn, AHI Fighting Spirit, had one goal Saturday and one goal Sunday against the Wilkes-Barre Miners.
Ryan Chauvin, AHI Fighting Spirit, had one goal Saturday and one goal Sunday against the Wilkes-Barre Miners.
Ryan Donahue, New Engalnd Stars, netted one goal and registered one assist on Sunday.
Brian Glover, New England Stars, netted one goal on Sunday against the Moose.
Dylan Jenkins, Jersey Shore Wildcats, netted two goals and registered one assist against the Wilkes-Barre Miners. 
Stas Kolotvin, Maine Wild, netted two goals in Sunday's game against the Syracuse Stampede.
Preston Nowak, New England Stars, registered a hat trick on Sunday against the Moose.
Adam Person, Jersey Shore Wildcats, scored two goals and one assist against the Wilkes-Barre Miners.
Parker Sanderson, Maine Moose, registered a hat trick Sunday against the New England Stars.
Alex Shalamov, Cape Cod Islanders, registered one goal and one assist on Friday against the Mariners.
Daniel Vaysberg, Jersey Shore Wildcats, had one goal and two assists against the Wilkes-Barre Miners. 
Colin Walsh, Junior Mariners, scored four goals and had one assist on Saturday against the Islanders.
 

Team of the Week:

    Syracuse Stampede
   
   The Stampede swept the Maine Wild this week, blanking them 4-0 and edging them in a shootout 4-3. Syracuse is now 4 points behind  the AHI Fighting Spirit in league standings, with a 30-7 record with one shootout loss. The team also has the lowest goals against in the  NSHL with 88 goals.


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