Central Hockey League
For the 2nd straight week, the Central Hockey League's Player and Goalie of the Week come from the same team.
This time is the Tulsa Oilers as goalie Kevin Armstrong and forward T.J. Craig win the weekly honors for the week of November 9 thru 15 as the Oilers contuine their strong start to the CHL Season as they sit in 2nd place in the CHL Northern Conference just behind defending Northern Conference Champion Colorado Eagles. Last week, it was Mike Brown and Joe Guenther for the Amarillo Gorillas to sweep both awards.
For T.J. Armstrong, a strong week on the PP where he scored 3 of his 4 goals which takes his season total to 9 goals, in addidtion to 9 assists (18 points total ) which takes him to 2nd in the team scoring with 18 points, also in the top 5 is teammate Rob Hisey whos the current overall leader in league scoring with 24 points (10G 14A).
This Weeks Stats
Games played: 3
Recent Players of the Week
10/19/09: Joe Guenther, Amarillo Gorillas
10/26/09: Jeff Pierce, Odessa Jackalopes
11/2/09: Rob Hisey, Tulsa Oilers
11/9/09: Philippe Plante, Odessa Jackalopes
Kevin Armstrong won the goaltender of the week by winning all 3 starts against the Mississippi Riverkings twice and the Rapid City Rush. He best night came on Tuesday against Mississippi where he turned away 36 saves in a 6-5 win. The Goalie from Winnipeg, Manitoba after that game against Mississippi where he gave up just 3 goals in the other 2 games against the Rush back on Friday and the Riverkings on Saturday.
Both T.J. Craig and Kevin Armstrong will receieve a gift pack from Oakley
This Weeks Stats
Games Played: 3
Saves: 87 of 95
Previous Goaltender of the Week
10/19/09: Mike Brown, Amarillo Gorillas
10/26/09: Ray Jean, Mississippi Riverkings
11/2/09: Doug Groenestege, Missouri Mavericks
11/9/09: Jean-Philippe Levasseur, Laredo Bucks
American Hockey League: Tyler Eckford of the Lowell Devils
United States Hockey League
Forward: Brodie Reid, Lincoln Stars
Defensemen: Andrej Sustr, Youngstown Phantoms
Goalie: Troy Grosenick
North American Hockey League
North Division: Collin Saint-Onge, Marquette Rangers
South Division: Bryce Johnson, Topeka Roadrunners
Central Division: Bryce Mckenzie, Bismarck Bobcats
West Division: Nardo Nagtzaam, Alaska Avalanche
Goalies: Chris Kamal, Alexandria Blizzard
Western Hockey League
Matt Calvert, Brandon Wheat Kings
Ontario Hockey League
Ethan Werek, Kingston Frontenacs
Quebec Major Junior Hockey League
Philippe Cornet, Rouyn-Nornda Huskies
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