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January 12, 2022

Former Team NAHL and Fairbanks Ice Dogs goalie Mattias Sholl was named the CCHA Rookie of the Week.

Atlantic Hockey Defensive Player of the Week: Parker Revering, D, AIC (Brooking Blizzard) - AIC senior Parker Revering was brilliant in a weekend sweep at Holy Cross. The Alexandria, Minn., native helped hold the Crusaders to just 44 shots over two games, and in Sunday's victory the blueliner set up the go-ahead tally and added a goal less than seven minutes later to put the game out of reach. Revering posted a +2 rating on the weekend for the Yellow Jackets. This is his first Atlantic Hockey weekly honor of the season.

Atlantic Hockey Goalie of the Week: Jacob Barczewski, Canisius (Janesville Jets) - Canisius junior Jacob Barczewski posted a 1-1-0 record in helping lead Canisius to a split of its league series at Army West Point last weekend. The O’Fallon, Mo., native made a career-high 42 saves on his birthday to help backstop the Golden Griffins to a 5-3 victory in the opener on Friday. He stopped the final 21 shots he faced, including all 20 in the third period as Canisius was out-shot by Army, 20-3, in the final frame. In the series finale, he made 34 saves on 36 shots faced in a 3-0 setback. Nineteen of his 34 stops came in the first period as he held the Black Knights to just one goal despite the Griffs being out-shot, 20-6. This is Barczewski’s third Atlantic Hockey weekly honor of the season.

CCHA Forward of the Week: Nathan Smith, Minnesota State (Aberdeen Wings) - Minnesota State junior forward Nathan Smith tallied six points on two goals and four assists as the No. 1-ranked Mavericks earned a two-game home league sweep over Ferris State. Smith had a goal and two assists in Friday's 7-1 win and a goal and two assists in Saturday's 7-0 victory. He was plus-four on the weekend and won 25 of 32 face-offs (.781). Smith now leads the nation in scoring with 33 points (13G, 20A) in 22 games played.

CCHA Goaltender of the Week: Dryden McKay, Minnesota State (Corpus Christi/Springfield) - Minnesota State senior goaltender Dryden McKay recorded two wins, one shutout, a .971 save percentage (SAV%) and a 0.50 goals against average (GAA) in the weekend sweep over Ferris State. McKay Stopped 33 of 34 shots on the weekend and turned aside all 17 shots in Saturday's 7-0 win over the Bulldogs for eighth shutout of the season, extendeding his NCAA Division I men's hockey shutout record with 32. McKay leads the country in wins with 20 (stands 20-3-0 on the season), ranks second in the nation with a 1.18 goals against average and is fifth in save percentage (.935).

CCHA Rookie of the Week: Mattias Sholl, Bemidji State (Fairbanks Ice Dogs) - Bemidji State freshman goaltender Mattias Sholl recorded two wins on the weekend, a .961 save percentage (SAV%) and a 1.00 goals against average (GAA) in a home sweep of Lake Superior State. He stopped 49-of-51 shots on the weekend starting with 28-of-29 shots in Friday's 5-1 victory followed by 21-of-22 saves in game two. Sholl posted a 2-0-0 record in 119:50 minutes of play.

ECAC Player of the Week: Nick Abruzzese, F, Harvard (New Jersey Titans) - In the Crimson’s lone game of the week, Abruzzese (Jr. - Slate Hill, N.Y.) registered a three point night, scoring and assisting twice in a win over Union. He found the back of the net on the power play in the opening frame, while his assists came on the first and last goals in a 4-1 victory on Saturday afternoon. In his teams last three games, the Harvard captain has registered nine points on three goals and six assists.

ECAC Goalie of the Week: Ian Shane, Cornell (Bismarck Bobcats) - For the second consecutive week, Shane (Fr. - Manhattan Beach, Calif.) earns Goalie of the Week honors. In his first two collegiate starts this weekend, the freshman backstopped Cornell to a sweep at North Dakota, marking thee first time since UND’s program started in 1946 that an ECAC Hockey program has swept a two-game set at the Fighting Hawks. He finished the weekend with 55 saves on 59 shots, boasting a .932 save percentage.

Hockey East Defender of the Week: Colton Huard, D, New Hampshire (Aberdeen Wings) - Colton Huard (Fr., D; Foothill Ranch, Calif.) tallied a goal and three helpers for four points and was a leader of a defense that only allowed one goal in a 5-1 win over Clarkson. His three assists and four points were both career bests. This was his first multi-point game of his career. He scored the game-winner which was the first of his career. The last time a UNH player recorded four points or more was Angus Crookshank on Feb. 6, 2021 against UMass Lowell. He has two goals and seven assists for nine points this season.

NCHC Defenseman of Week: Nicklas Andrews, Colorado College (Brookings Blizzard) - Andrews doubled his season point total from the blue line, while helping lead CC to a sweep at Miami. He notched his first collegiate multi-point game on Friday with a pair of assists, while playing on a penalty kill unit that went a perfect 7-for-7 in a 5-1 victory. The next night, Andrews scored his third goal of the season, tying the game at 3-3 in the second period of an eventual 4-3 victory. Andrews ended the weekend with three points on a goal and two assists. He blocked two shots, as well, with one each night, and posted a +1 plus/minus in the series. The Tigers finished 9-for-10 on the penalty kill in the series and limited Miami to four goals all weekend with Andrews on the blue line. On the season, Andrews now has three goals and three assists for six points in 17 games. This is his first career NCHC weekly award.

 
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