Bedard, Blaase, Server selected CPJHL Players of the Month for November
The Canadian Premier Junior Hockey League today announced its Forward, Defenseman and Goaltender of the Month awards for November.
FORWARD OF THE MONTH
Anthony Bedard, Maniwaki Mustangs
Bedard averaged better than three points per game in totaling 28 points (15 goals, 13 assists) in nine games.
He had eight multi-point games, including a six-point game (four goals, two assists) on Nov. 10 versus the Coldwater Ice Wolves and another four-goal game on Nov. 24 against the Seaforth Generals.
A native of Val d’Or, PQ, the 1999-born Bedard leads the Mustangs and the CPJHL in scoring with 37 goals and 65 points in just 20 games.
DEFENSEMAN OF THE MONTH
Jarrett Blaase, Scarborough Wexford Raiders
In six games last month, Blaase registered six goals and an assist with the Raiders while playing solid defensively. He tallied a hat trick with an assist on Nov. 24 against the Coldwater Ice Wolves.
On the season, the 2001 birth year has compiled 10 goals and 15 points in 17 games.
GOALTENDER OF THE MONTH
Matthew Server, Essa Stallions
Server went 3-0 last month, picking up wins on Nov. 10 against the Muskoka Anglers, Nov. 17 against the Maniwaki Mustangs and Nov. 24 versus the Grey Highlands Hawks.
He only allowed six goals all month, good for a .938 save percentage and a 2.00 GAA.
The 1999 birth year from St. Louis, Mo., leads the CPJHL with a 1.50 GAA and .941 save percentage, while his eight wins are tied with Essa teammate Ethan James and two other goalies.