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NAHL Alumni Update

January 25, 2024

Travis Shoudy netted the overtime winner Saturday against Lake Superior State

Atlantic Hockey 

Atlantic Hockey Rookie of the Week: Ryan Mansfield, Bentley Univ. (Odessa Jackalopes) - Mansfield notched his first career hat trick in the Falcons’ 8-4 win over Mercyhurst on Saturday. The Burlington, Ont., native scored the game's first goal just 1:10 into the first period, and scored again in the second and third periods to become the third Bentley player to net a hat trick this season. Mansfield also assisted on a pair of goals for a five-point night to equal the single-game high by an AHA player this season. This is his first career Atlantic Hockey honor.



CCHA Defenseman of the Week: Travis Shoudy, Ferris State (Austin Bruins) - Shoudy led the Bulldogs to a weekend sweep of Lake Superior State, netting two goals and posting a CCHA-best +3 rating. On Friday, he scored a goal on four shots in a 5-3 home win over the Lakers. He then netted the overtime-winner in a 3-2 Ferris State triumph on the road on Saturday. For the weekend, he registered six shots on goal and blocked two defensively.

CCHA Goaltender of the Week: Mattias Sholl, Bemidji State (Fairbanks Ice Dogs) - Sholl went 0-1-1 with a 1.95 goals-against average and a .949 save percentage, making a CCHA-best 74 saves to help Bemidji State to a pair of points at Michigan Tech, last weekend. He turned away 28 shots in a 2-1 loss to the Huskies on Friday, before stopping 46-of-48 in a 2-2 tie on Saturday, in which the Beavers won the shootout. Helping the BSU penalty kill to a 5-for-6 weekend, he saved 12-of-13 shots while shorthanded. 



ECAC Defender of the Week: Alex Pineau, Brown (Minnesota Wilderness) - Pineau earned Defender of the Week honors with a standout performance on the blueline for the Bears. Pineau extended his scoring streak, netting his third consecutive goal in Friday’s game at St. Lawrence. The first-year defender showcased his playmaking skills the following night, recording two assists, including one on the game-winning goal in overtime to defeat Clarkson 3-2. Pineau maintained a positive plus-minus of two throughout the road trip weekend.


Hockey East

Hockey East Player of the Week: Harrison Scott, Maine (Amarillo Bulls) - Scott led Hockey East with four goals on the weekend and added an assist for five points, including a hat trick on Saturday night that included the game-winning goal and a power-play goal. He had one goal and one assist on Friday night. He finished second in the league with 24 face-off wins and also blocked two shots and had six shots on goal and a plus-three rating to help Maine to a two-game sweep of UMass Lowell.

Hockey East Goaltender of the Week: Arsenii Sergeev, UConn (Shreveport Mudbugs) - Sergeev made a career-high 43 saves on 44 shots in a 2-1 win at No. 17 New Hampshire on Sunday afternoon, including 16 in the first period, 15 in the second, and 13 on 14 shots in the final frame.



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