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February 17, 2022

Louis Boudon was named the Forward of the Week in the CCHA.

Atlantic Hockey Goalie of the Week: Kyle McClellan, Mercyhurst (Austin Bruins) - Mercyhurst’s Kyle McClellan continued his strong late-season run with a pair of wins over visiting RV/UR RIT this weekend. The Manchester, Mo., native stopped 76-of-78 Tiger shots in the two-game set, including 34 shots in a 1-0 shutout to open the series on Friday. He capped his week by stopping 42-of-44 RIT shots in Saturday’s 4-2 Laker win as Mercyhurst completed the sweep. The game two performance was McClellan’s seventh game with 40 or more saves this season. This is his third Atlantic Hockey weekly award of the season and his third in as many weeks.

CCHA Forward of the Week: Louis Boudon, Lake Superior State (Northeast Generals) - Lake Superior State junior forward Louis Boudon led the Lakers to a weekend sweep over Ferris State with five points (2G, 3A) in the pair of games. In Friday’s 5-3 win, Boudon scored the Lakers first goal of the game to tie the game at one. The Grenoble, France native tallied the primary assist on the game winning goal which was scored on the power play late in the third period. Boudon capped off his three-point effort with an assist on an empty net goal to seal the Laker win. The Laker captain followed with his second multi-point game of the weekend in Saturday’s 4-0 win over the Bulldogs as he scored the game’s first goal at 4:36 with a power play goal. The goal, which stood as the game winner, marked Boudon’s fourth game winning goal of the season. The center added an assist on his team’s second goal of the game, also scored on the power play to close out the weekend with five points in two games. Following the weekend series, Boudon leads the Lakers with 33 points (13G, 20A) in 29 games this season, which ranks sixth among all CCHA skaters this season.

CCHA Defenseman of the Week: Jake Willets, Lake Superior State (Amarillo/Fairbanks) - Lake Superior State junior defenseman Jake Willets led the Laker blueliners this weekend with four points (3G, 1A) in a weekend sweep against his former team, the Ferris State Bulldogs. Willets had a career night in Saturday’s 4-0 win over the Bulldogs as he scored three goals and added an assist in the victory to post his first career multi-goal game and as well as a single-game career high four points. Willets became the first Laker defenseman in program history to record a hat trick. The defenseman’s first point of the game came early in the first period when he recorded an assist on Boudon’s eventual game winning goal. Willets added his first goal of the game, which came on the power play, at 5:36 of the first period to give the Lakers a 2-0 lead. The Monroe, Mich. native tallied his second goal of the game at 13:39 of the first period and Willets capped off his natural hat trick at 8:43 of the second period with his fifth goal of the season. With the three goals, Willets set a new season-high in goals and became the fourth defenseman in the NCAA to record a hat trick this season.

Hockey East Goalie of the Week: Mike Robinson, New Hampshire (Springfield Jr. Blues) - Mike Robinson (Sr., G; Bedford, N.H.) posted a 1.02 goals against aver- age and a .967 save percentage as he went 1-1-0 on the week. He made 58 saves on the 60 shots he faced. Robinson made 26 saves and allowed two goals in a 3-0 setback at Vermont, while he recorded his second shutout of the season and the ninth of his career as he made 32 saves over No. 13 UMass Lowell in a 3-0 win.

NCHC Goalie of the Week: Zach Driscoll, North Dakota (Austin Bruins) - Driscoll was near perfect against Colorado College, allowing only a pair of power-play goals to backstop North Dakota to a sweep of the Tigers. On Friday, he made 24 saves in a 3-2 victory, while not allowing an even-strength goal and nearly scoring a goal himself. The next night, Driscoll turned aside all 23 shots he faced to earn his second shutout of the season in a 4-0 victory. On the weekend, Driscoll finished with a .959 save percentage, stopping 47 of 49 shots, while posting a 1.00 goals-against average. On the season, he improved to 15-9-1 with an .899 save percentage and a 2.44 GAA, including a .952 save percentage during UND’s recent six-game homestand.

NCHC Honorary Goalie of the Week: Zach Stejskal, Minnesota Duluth (WBS Knights) - Playing in his first game since being diagnosed with testicular cancer less than four months ago, Stejskal made 20 saves in 40 minutes of relief to help Minnesota Duluth to a 3-2, comeback victory at Denver. Stejskal stopped 20 of 22 Denver shots for a .909 save percentage to pick up his second win of the season. The UMD win snapped Denver’s nine-game winning streak and marked the Pioneers first home loss this season. Stejskal has now played in three games this season, last appearing Oct. 15 against Michigan prior to his diagnosis.

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