2016-17 CHC Weekly Release #12

2016-17 CHC Weekly Release #12

MARSHFIELD, Mass. – The Colonial Hockey Conference (CHC) weekly awards were announced for play through Sunday, February 5.  SUNY Canton's Tess Adams (Calgary, Alta.) earned Player of the Week recognition. Vendela Jonsson (Linkoping, Sweden) of Endicott College and Maddison Devlin (Campbell River, B.C.) of Morrisville State College were named Goaltender and Rookie of the Week respectively.  

Player of the Week

Tess Adams – SUNY Canton
(Sophomore, Forward – Calgary, Alta.)

Adams finished the weekend with 3 goals and 2 assists as the Roos picked up a key Colonial Hockey Conference sweep with 4-2 and 5-1 victories against Becker College. The sophomore recorded the eventual game-winning goal in Saturday's victory and followed that up having a hand in four of the five Roo tallies on Sunday as she finished with two goals and two assists. 

Goaltender of the Week

Vendela Jonsson – Endicott College
(Sophomore, Goaltender – Linkoping Sweden)

Jonsson was the difference in Endicott's 1-1-0 week against Morrisville State as the sophomore goaltender registered 47 saves, a .922 save percentage, and a .201 goals against average in two starts for the Gulls.

Rookie of the Week

Maddison Devlin – Morrisville State College
(Freshman, Forward – Campbell River, B.C.)

Devlin contributed to a 1-1 weekend for the Mustangs, posting two goals against Endicott College. In Friday afternoon's battle, Devlin collected a rebound and put the puck home to give the Mustangs a 2-0 lead at the 7:31 mark of the third period. Her second goal of the weekend came early in the second period in the eventual 3-2 loss. Devlin finished with a +1 rating while on the ice for the Mustangs over the weekend.


Honor Roll

Chelsea Blackburn – Stevenson University
(Junior, Forward – Westland, Mich.)

Blackburn became the program's all-time leading point scorer after finishing with a goal and two assists in the Mustangs' 9-2 victory over Salem State on Friday. The junior forward finished the weekend series with a +3 rating and went 20-for-32 at the face-off dot.