(Games of Dec. 6-12)
(Summaries by Patrick Ramsdale)
Forward Christopher Friberg, New York Aviators
Friberg (‘02/Stockholm, Sweden) put on a clinic during New York’s three-game weekend. He opened the weekend with a two goal, one assist performance in the Aviators 6-1 victory over the Rockets. Friberg came back the next day and posted three assists as New York took down Buffalo in game one of the weekend series. The Stockholm native followed that up with a hat trick and an assist in the Aviators dominant victory on Sunday. Friberg is currently on a six-game point streak in which he has recorded multiple points in all six. He has 41 points (21G-20A) through 22 games this season.
Defense: Michael Harrel, Wilkes-Barre Scranton Knights
They say everything is bigger in Texas and the Frisco native brought a Texas sized performance this weekend as the Knights went 3-0. Harrel found the scoresheet in Thursday’s 5-2 victory over Utica with an assist late in the first period. He would then go on to score in back-to-back games against the Hitmen as he extended his point streak to five games.
Goaltender: Luke Remenyi, Wilkes-Barre Scranton Knights
Remenyi (‘04/Deerfield Beach, Fla.) has been a brick wall in net for the Knights this season as he took to the crease in two of the Knights games this past week. He stopped 14-of-16 shots faced in the 5-2 victroy over the Jr. Comets. He then followed that up with his second shutout of the season against the Jersey Hitmen. Remenyi currently sits on a perfect 9-0 record this season and is just one of three goalies who has not recorded a loss yet this season in as many games played.
New England Division
(Summaries by Britt Hart)
Forward: Adam Skarda, Northern Cyclones
Skarda (’02 / Praha, Czechia.) and the Northern Cyclones picked up four points in the standings this past week with wins over the New Hampshire Monarchs and Twin City Thunder. The ’02 forward continues to produce for the Cyclones as he was able to tally five assists throughout the two games, two against the Monarchs and three against the Thunder. With these five points, Skarda’s point total increases to 21 points in 15 games.
Defenseman: Lucas Magliozzzi, Boston Junior Bruins
Magliozzi (’05 / Burlington, Mass.) and the Boston Junior Bruins picked up two wins this past week over the New Hampshire Monarchs and Boston Advantage. During the contest with the Monarchs, the ’05 defender was able to net not only his first goal of his junior career, but his second as well.
Goaltender: Matthew Ogonowski, Twin City Thunder
Ogonowski (’03 / Pipersville, Pa.) appeared in his first two games of the season for the Twin City Thunder and was able to split the week going 1-1 playing the South Shore Kings and the Northern Cyclones. Over the course of these two games, the Pennsylvania native wracked up 90 saves on 95 shots and recorded the win against the Kings. With these impressive numbers, the netminder’s save percentage stands at .947.