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CCHA Weekly and Monthly awards flooded with NAHL alums.

March 7, 2024

Tanner Kero tallied 7 points in four games on the road for the Colorado Eagles (Photos: NMU, Ashley Potts)

Weekly Awards

CCHA

CCHA Forward of the Week: Jackson Jutting, Bemidji State (Minnesota Magicians) - Jutting led all CCHA skaters with four points on two goals an two assists last week, leading the Beavers to their second-ever MacNaughton Cup title with a sweep of Minnesota State. Scoring one game-winning goal, he was a +3 with four shots on goal and two blocks at the defensive end of the ice. On Friday, he recorded a season-best four points, scoring twice and picking up two helpers in a 6-0 Bemidji State victory.

CCHA Defenseman of the Week: Mitch Wolfe, Bemidji State (Minnesota Wilderness) - Wolfe paced all conference blueliners with three points last weekend, including scoring his first collegiate goal and contributing two assists. His plus-minus of +6 was tops among all CCHA skaters and he notched two shots and two blocks. On Friday, he assisted on the final goal in Bemidji State’s 6-0 – MacNaughton Cup-clinching – victory over Minnesota State. He then potted the game-winning goal in a 2-0 triumph in the regular season finale on Saturday.

CCHA Goalie of the Week: Beni Halasz, Northern Michigan (New Mexico Ice Wolves) - Halasz went 2-0-0 with league-bests in goals-against average (0.50) and save percentage (.979), helping the Wildcats to a sweep of Bowling Green last weekend. Stopping 47-of-48 shots in the series, he earned his second shutout of the year and fifth of his career on Saturday, making 20 saves in a 1-0 victory. 

CCHA Rookie of the Week: Branden Piku, Lake Superior State (Maryland Black Bears) - Piku recorded his first collegiate two-goal game on Friday night, including the game-winner, helping the Lakers to a 4-1 victory over Ferris State in their regular-season finale. Posting a +2 in the contest with a team-high five shots on goal, he broke a 1-1 tie five minutes into the second period and added a second 10 minutes later to give Lake Superior State a 3-1 lead.

via: ccha.com

 

ECAC

ECAC Defender of the Week: Pierson Brandon, Colgate (Aberdeen Wings) - Brandon secures Defender of the Week honors with a solid performance on the blueline, showcasing his two-way skills by notching four points in the Raiders' 6-2 victory against Rensselaer. Brandon scored the second and fourth goals of the night and added assists on Nick Anderson and Ross Mitton’s goals, finishing with an impressive two goals and two assists. The senior defender closed the weekend with six shots on goal and a favorable plus-minus of four.

via: ecachockey.com

 

NCHC

NCHC Goalie of the Week: Ludvig Persson, North Dakota (Lone Star Brahmas) - Persson backstopped North Dakota to a sweep of then-No. 12 Western Michigan, including shining on Saturday’s Senior Night with a shutout to secure the Penrose Cup. The Swede made more than 30 saves both nights, starting with 34 stops in Friday’s 5-3 victory. The next night, his final regular-season home game, Persson turned aside all 35 shots he faced, including 13 in the final frame, in a 3-0 whitewash for his fifth shutout of the season and second in four games. The 35 saves marked a season high and his 10th career shutout, while earning him First Star of the Game honors.

via: nchchockey.com

 

AHL

AHL Player of the Week: Tanner Kero, Colorado Eagles (Marquette Rangers) - Kero recorded four goals, three assists and a plus-7 rating in four road games for Colorado last week. In Abbotsford on Tuesday night, Kero notched a goal and an assist to help the Eagles to a 5-2 victory. He scored again in a 4-3 overtime victory over the Canucks on Wednesday before registering the first four-point game of his career on Friday, picking up two goals and two assists as Colorado erased a four-goal deficit and defeated Calgary, 5-4.

via: theahl.com

 

Monthly Awards

Atlantic Hockey 

Atlantic Hockey Goaltender of the Month: Connor Hasley, Bentley (Odessa Jackalopes) - Hasley was undefeated in February (3-0-1) and didn't allow more than two goals in any of his four starts. The North Tonawanda, N.Y., native led Atlantic Hockey in goals-against average (1.23) and save percentage (.952). He had a 32-save shutout at Canisius on Feb. 9 and stopped 30 shots and posted a .968 save percentage in a 5-1 win at Holy Cross on Feb. 22. In the final game of the regular season, Hasley stopped 22 shots against Sacred Heart and helped Bentley win the shootout with two saves to clinch home ice for the first round of the Atlantic Hockey Postseason. This is his second career Atlantic Hockey monthly honor.

via: atlantichockeyonline.com

 

CCHA

CCHA Forward of the Month: Adam Flammang, Bemidji State (St. Cloud Blizzard) - Flammang led all CCHA skaters in points, goals, plus-minus, and game-winning goals in the month of February, leading the Beavers to a 6-1-1 record. Sixth in shots, he converted 21.7% of his attempts into goals, while dishing out three assists. Opening the month on a six-game point streak, he had a four-point weekend (3 goals, 1 assist) at Northern Michigan on February 9 and 10, helping the Beavers to five points in the standings. Taking just one minor penalty over eight games, he also chipped in with four blocks at the defensive end of the ice.

CCHA Defenseman of the Month: Eric Pohlkamp, Bemidji State (Minnesota Magicians)

Pohlkamp paced all conference blueliners with seven points in games during February, scoring three goals and assisting on four more, while posting a +3 plus-minus. One of his tallies was a game-winner, while another came on the power play. He was second among all skaters in both shots on goal and blocked shots, helping Bemidji State to a 6-1-1 record, including a 5-0-1 mark in CCHA play. Notching at least one point in six contests, he had a goal and an assist on February 9 at Northern Michigan, leading the Beavers to a 4-2 victory. He closed out the month by scoring the game-winning goal at St. Thomas on February 24 in a 3-1 victory.

CCHA Rookie of the Month: Cole Moore, Bowling Green (Aberdeen Wings)

Moore posted a 3-2-1 record with a 2.05 goals-against average and a .946 save percentage in six games during the month of February, stopping 193-of-204 shots over 322:20 minutes of action. He recorded 30 or more saves in each of the last four contests, including a high of 37 in a 4-2 victory over Lake Superior State on February 10. At St. Thomas on February 16, he stopped all 32 shots he faced in relief, helping the Falcons to a 3-3 tie and a shootout win. 

via: ccha.com

 

ECAC

ECAC Goaltender of the Month: Ian Shane, Cornell (Bismarck Bobcats) - Shane secures consecutive Goaltender of the Month honors with another stellar performance in the crease, posting a 5-1-2 record for the Big Red. The junior netminder recorded his sole shutout in February, marking his third of the season, in a 3-0 victory against Brown. Shane made 157 total saves, boasting a .929 save percentage, and allowed 12 goals for a 1.47 goals-against average.

via: ecachockey.com

 

AHL

AHL Goaltender of the Month: Ivan Prosvetov, Colorado Eagles (Minnesota Magicians) - Prosvetov allowed two goals or fewer in each of his eight starts during February, going 8-0-0 with a 1.25 goals-against average, a .959 save percentage and two shutouts while stopping 231 of 241 shots overall. Prosvetov notched back-to-back shutouts against Henderson, making 15 saves on Feb. 23 and 27 stops on Feb. 24, before closing out the month with a 32-save performance at Abbotsford on Feb. 27.

via: theahl.com

 

 
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