Men's Weekly Release



MARSHFIELD, Mass. – The New England Hockey Conference (NEHC) men's weekly awards were announced for games through Sunday, November 20. Brett Norman (Dawson Creek, B.C.) of University of Southern Maine earned NEHC Player of the Week honors after his performance over the weekend. Skidmore College teammates Jack McDonald (King City, Ont.) and Tim Allen (Smithfield, R.I.) were selected as Goaltender and Rookie of the Week respectively.

Player of the Week
Brett Norman – University of Southern Maine
(Junior, Forward – Dawson Creek, B.C.)

player In two weekend games against nationally-ranked teams, Norman had a hand in six out of seven goals as USM split the weekend trip. Norman scored USM's first goal and had an assist on the second in a 4-2 loss at Babson. The next day, he passed out four assists in a 5-2 upset in over #4 UMass Boston.

Goaltender of the Week
Jack McDonald - Skidmore College
(Senior, Goaltender – King City, Ont.)

player Stopped 32 shots in Skidmore's 3-2 overtime win against #12 Norwich. Down 2-0, the Thoroughbreds scored twice in the final 2:53 to force overtime. McDonald had four saves in the final minute of regulation and first minute of overtime during a 5-on-3 Norwich power play.

Rookie of the Week
Tim Allen – Skidmore College
(Freshman, Forward– Smithfield, R.I.)

player In a 2-0 weekend Smith had a goal and three assists. The freshman forward set-up the overtime game-winner in Skidmore's 3-2 win over Norwich and scored his first collegiate goal and had two assists in a 6-4 win over St. Michael's.



Honor Roll

Tommy Munichiello – Babson College
(Sophomore, Forward – Weymouth, Mass.)

Munichiello scored three times as nationally-ranked Babson extended its winning streak to five with a pair of victories over the weekend. He had two goals, including the go-ahead tally, in Friday's 4-2 triumph over Southern Maine and then scored an empty netter to help the Beavers defeat Daniel Webster, 3-1, on Saturday

AJ Johnson – University of Southern Maine
(Freshman, Forward – Newton, Mass.)

Johnson earned three points against two nationally ranked teams. Johnson had an assist on USM's first goal of an eventual 4-2 loss at Babson. He then scored his first two collegiate goals in the Huskies' 5-2 win over #4 UMass Boston.

Braeden Ostepchuk – Norwich University
(Junior, Goaltender– Lethbridge, Alta.)

Ostepchuk was brilliant on Saturday stopping all 24 shots he faced to record his first shutout of the season and the eighth of his career. Ostepchuk kept the Cadetsin the game when they were thoroughly outplayed in the first period, getting outshot 11-3 by Castleton.

Jeremy Carignan – Saint Anselm College
(Sophomore, Forward– Amos, Que.)

Carignan had a career-high three points on two goals and one assist for Saint Anselm in a 7-2 win over Stonehill on Wednesday night. The sophomore scored once and set up another goal 40 seconds apart in a four-goal second period for the Hawks, while also scoring in a three-goal third. He was also 6-for-8 in faceoffs and a +1 in the win.


RECENT RESULTS
Day Date Visiting Team   Home Team   Box Score
Wed
11/16/16
Stonehill
2
at Saint Anselm
7 Box
Fri
11/18/16
Southern Maine
2
at Babson
4 Box
Fri
11/18/16
Saint Michael's
0
at Castleton
7 Box
Fri
11/18/16
Norwich
2
at Skidmore
3 OT Box
Fri
11/18/16
Daniel Webster
1
at UMass Boston
6 Box
Sat
11/19/16
Norwich
4
at Castleton
0 Box
Sat
11/19/16
Saint Michael's
4
at Skidmore
6 Box
Sat
11/19/16
Southern Maine
5
at UMass Boston
2 Box
Sat
11/19/16
Daniel Webster
1
at Babson
3 Box
Sat
11/19/16
New England College
3
at Hamilton
4 Box