Congratulations to these Players Of The Week from the USPHL Premier’s Northern Divisions (New England, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic).
Forward: Guillaume Bose, Northern Cyclones.
Three teams, eight points surrendered to this high-scoring ‘98 from San Jose, Calif. Bose posted a pair of helpers on Friday night, Jan. 11, as the Cyclones began a three-game winning streak. Two days later, he scored a power play goal and four assists. In a midweek tangle with the Islanders Hockey Club, he added one more assist for a big eight points. The leading scorer of the Cyclones with 47 points in 31 games, he was able to crack the top 20 overall in league points.
Defense: Danylo Sukhonos, New York Aviators.
The Aviators gained three points over the weekend against the Jersey Shore Whalers and Philadelphia Hockey Club, and their Ukrainian star blueliner continues to be in the middle of the action. He picked up three assists in their win over Jersey Shore, including one one the power play game-winner. On Sunday, he assisted on a key late goal with under one minute remaining in regulation, which shockingly did not stand up as the GWG.
Goal: Cam Walsh, Boston Junior Bruins.
After a tough couple outings his team went through against Springfield, Walsh (‘98/Salem, N.H.) went out and shut down the New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs on Monday, stopping all 37 shots he faced from a team that was 15 points higher in the standings. Walsh is a three-year USPHL junior veteran and holds a .907 save percentage on the season.