Wake up, start your week, and dive into the Monday Morning GDI Goalie News! Who stopped the most shots… which netminder rebounded from a tough loss… who had the best performance of the week? Look below, get your goalie fix to start the week. Here we go!
Mowat The GDI Goalie of the Month for the MFMHL:Mowat who hails from Glenboro finished the month with a 3-0-1 won-loss record and to date leads the MFMHL in all goaltending stat catagories including Save % of .979 and GAA of 0.50 for the first place Hawks. Mowat has a 6-0-2 record in MFMHL play and a season record with the Hawks of 11-4-2 recording 6 shutouts while posting a GAA of 0.94 and a Save % of .961. Mowat was a member of Team Manitoba and played in every game at the Hockey Canada U18 Nationals in November helping Manitoba to their highest finish ever, a Silver Medal. Last April Mowat was named the Top Goaltender at the Hockey Canada Esso Cup and helped her team win the National Midget Championship. Mowat has trained with GDI over the past two years through 1v1 personal training sessions. In addition to her training she also participated in The Rink - Training Centre's 3v3 NCAA/CIS games throughout July and August. ___________________________________________________________________________
Hovedebo Says No Way To 43 Bullets Thrown At Him:Myles Hovdebo made 44 saves in a 4-3 shootout victory over the Weyburn Red Wings to help the La Ronge Ice Wolves go 2-1 on a 3 game road trip. The Ice Wolves played 3 games in 3 days from Friday to Sunday, facing Notre Dame, Estevan, and Weyburn. Hovdebo came up on the wrong end of a close game as he couldn't get the 'W' against the Notre Dame Hounds on Friday night. That evening he stopped 31 of 33 as the Wolves lost by a score of 3-1. In redemption, he went into Weyburn with a drive to get his team a win. For his case it was another battle as the game went into a close shootout. This time around he pushed the Ice Wolves to a 4-3 win. ___________________________________________________________________________
Kasdorf Turns Aside 36 for RPI Victory:
Time Union - Jason Kasdorf turned back 36 shots as visiting RPI picked up its first ECAC hockey win of the season in impressive fashion, a 6-1 pasting of Yale on Friday in New Haven, Conn. The Engineers (4-6-3, 1-5-1) put the game away early in the third period. Leading 3-1, RPI scored three more times in the first 7:19 of the final period to take an insurmountable 6-1 advantage. For more on the article Click Here.___________________________________________________________________________
THE WEEKLY WORD:
Head over to The Rink Training Centre Blog at www.therink.ca on Wednesday to catch THE WEEKLY WORD for all the news on the players training at the centre! Wednesday reports on players are written by The Rink's Jon Cara and Monday reports on skill development are written by The Rink's Dave Cameron._________________________________________________________________________________________