Ottawa, Ontario – The Central Canada Hockey League, Tier 2 is proud to announce its CCM Performers of the Month for February.
Player of the month:
Alexandria Glens ’99 born forward Kevin Howson takes home the CCM Player of the month. The St-Lazare, QC native had 18 points (9G/17A) over 11 games in the month of February.
The 18 year old lead his team to an 8-1-2 record and finished the season with 24 goals, 40 assists, 64 points in his first year of Tier 2 hockey. He also had a seven game goal streak to end the year.
Our CCM Player of the Month honourable mentions go out to Joey Laird of the Perth Blue Wings and Sebastien Plante of the Casselman Vikings.
Laird, 20, lead Perth to a 10-1-1 team record with 21 points (8G) and a four goal game on February 18th.
Plante, 20, lead Casselman to a 9-1 team record with 25 points (12G) and three Hat Tricks in February.
Rookie of the month:
Our Top Performing Rookie for February goes out to Richmond Royals forward Ryan Pawlikowski. The Kemptville 73s prospect had 18 points (9G/9A) and helped his team to four victories in the month of February.
He finished the season with a four game point streak including a Hat Trick against Char-Lan. He had a total of 28 goals, 33 assists, 61 points in his first year in the CCHL Tier 2.
The Rookie of the Month Honorable mentions go to Connor Noonan of the Renfrew Timberwolves and Ty Nicholson of the Westport Rideaus.
Noonan, 18, recorded 17 points and recorded a goal in his final six games. He had at least a point in eight of nine games in February.
Nicholson, 16, recorded 13 points and had a seven game point streak in February.
Goalie of the month:
The CCHL2 Goalie of the Month is Alex Zoutis of the Westport Rideaus. Zoutis, 18, went 4-1 with a 1.38GAA/.950SV% and recorded two consecutive shutouts against Renfrew and Whitewater.
He finished the season with 15-5-1 record and a 2.30GAA/.930SV% in 22 starts on the year during his second season with Westport.
The Honorable Mentions for Goalie of the month go to Jonathan Peacock of the Perth Blue Wings and Nicholas Rousseau of the Alexandria Glens.
Peacock, 19, went 4-0 with a 1.74GAA/.936SV% in four games.
Rousseau, 18, had a 1.96GAA/.935SV% and recorded a shutout plus, he helped lead his team to six victories in his nine games.
By: Mason Detre, Communications Intern