Ottawa, Ontario – The Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League is proud to announced it’s week 11 stars of the week. The first star goes to Ben Langille of the Perth Blue Wings, second star is awarded to Char-Lan Rebels forward Bradley Fraser and third star went to Westport Rideaus goaltender Nathaniel Boyes. Honorable Mention goes to Riley MacDonald of the Embrun Panthers.
First Star: ’02 F Ben Langille, Perth Blue Wings (3G / 3A)
Langille, 19, is having a terrific season with the Perth Blue Wings. This season, he leads the EOJHL with goals (21), seconds in assists (22) and points (43). The Stittsville, Ontario played in three games in a row on the weekend by collecting three goals and three assists. He started the week off by collecting two goals and three points in a 6-2 win over Brockville on Dec 12th. On Dec 13th against Carleton Place, he had 1G/1A in a 5-4 victory and then he had an assist on Dec 14th in a 5-1 loss to Westport. Langille is currently on a 14 game point streak (15G / 15A) which is the longest of his EOJHL career.
Second Star: ’04 F Bradley Fraser, Char-Lan Rebels (3G / 2A)
Fraser, 17, had three goals and two assists in three games. Fraser spent time with the Cornwall Colts this season for 13 games until he was sent to the Rebels. Fraser had four points in 13 games during his first season in the CCHL. He started the week strong by scoring two shorthanded goals in a 3-2 win over Casselman. He added one assist against Winchester and then 1G/1A against Richmond. He led his team to a 2-1 week.
Third Star: ’04 G Nathaniel Boyes, Westport Rideaus (2 wins, 0.50 GAA / .973 SV%)
Boyes, 17, was terrific in between the pipes in two games. He made 72 saves on 74 shots in wins over Athens and Perth. The first game against Athens on Dec 10th, Boyes made 33 saves while allowing only one goal. He would do the same thing against Perth on Dec 12th, but made 39 saves in a 5-1 win. The Gloucester, Ontario native is 6-7 in 13 games, posting a 3.65 GAA / .899 SV%. He is in his first season in the EOJHL.
Honorable Mention: ’02 Riley MacDonald, Embrun Panthers (4G / 1A)
MacDonald, 19, had an impressive week by tallying four goals and one assist in two games. He collected 1G/1A in a win over Alexandria on Dec 10th. On Dec 11th, he scored his first career EOJHL hat trick in a blowout win. MacDonald is riding a three game point streak (5G / 1A). The Cornwall, Ontario native was held pointless throughout his first five EOJHL games, but has turned it around ever since. He has 11 goals and 12 assists in 23 games this season.