TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2013
BCIHL PLAYER OF THE WEEK
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
FREDEMAN NAMED BCIHL PLAYER OF THE WEEK
LANGLEY, British Columbia – Trinity Western men’s hockey goaltender Harry Fredeman (Ladner, B.C.) has been named the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League's Player of the Week for the week ending October 27th.
Fredeman led the Spartans to a pair of home wins over Victoria Friday and Saturday, boosting TWU's regular season record to 4-1.
On Friday, the 21-year old netminder was the difference in a game where his team was outshot by a 38-21 margin. Fredeman allowed just a pair of goals – to Eli Wiebe during a 16-shot second period and to Mitchell Bell on a power-play late in the third.
Then, on Saturday afternoon, Fredeman shut down the Vikes offence entirely to the tune of a 42-save shutout. His tremendous play peaked during a 24-save middle frame.
Fredeman is unbeaten in four starts this season and currently leads all BCIHL starters with a 1.15 goals-against average and .966 save-percentage.
Fredeman is the second Spartan this year to earn player of the week honours after JP Villeneuve (Georgetown, Ont.) also did so in the week ending on Oct. 7.
Runners up for this week's award include Simon Fraser University forward Nick Sandor, Thompson Rivers University forward Duncan Schulz and University of Victoria goaltender Robert Simmons.
PREVIOUS PLAYER OF THE WEEK WINNERS:
October 21st - Connor McLaughlin (Selkirk College)
October 14th - Aaron Enns (Simon Fraser University)
October 7th - JP Villeneuve (Trinity Western University)
September 29th - Josh MacDonald (Thompson Rivers University)
Last Updated: 2013-10-29