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50-save effort earns Player of the Week nod for Trinity Western's Currie
Monday, March 12, 2012 - Submitted by BCIHL Media
Trinity Western University goaltender Kevin Currie has been named the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League's Player of the Week for the week ending March 11th.

Currie put in one of the season's most impressive goaltending performances on Sunday, shutting down the University of Victoria Vikes offence to the tune of one goal on 51 shots. The Langley, B.C. product stopped 41 shots through two periods -- including 27 saves in the middle frame -- before finally being beat by a Dustin Taylor shot early in the third.

Even then, Currie held down the fort with 13 third period saves, allowing his team the opportunity to tie the game and press for a win.

Currie joined Trinity Western midseason after the departure of John-Paul Chapman and was receiving just his second start on Sunday afternoon.

Runners up for this week's award include Trinity Western University forward Brendan Long and University of Victoria forwards Mark Prest and Dustin Taylor.

PREVIOUS PLAYER OF THE WEEK WINNERS:

March 4th - Jake Lynn (Eastern Washington University)

February 26th - Ben Van Lare (Simon Fraser University)

February 19th - Patrik Martin (Okanagan College)

February 12th - Brent Sutherland (University of Victoria)

February 5th - Brandon Long (Trinity Western University)

January 29th - Bret Kellogg (Eastern Washington)

January 22nd - Cody Rose (Thompson Rivers University)

January 15th - Jono Ceci (Simon Fraser University)

January 8th - Matthew Bell (University of Victoria)

November 28 - Chris Glen (Okanagan College)

November 21 - Andrew Fisher (Thompson Rivers University)

November 14 - Miles Houston (Okanagan College)

November 7 - Spenser Wong (Selkirk College)

October 31 - Tim Zwiers (Trinity Western University)

October 24th - Ben Van Lare (Simon Fraser University)

October 17th - Jordan Wood (Selkirk College)

October 10th - Bret Kellogg (Eastern Washington)

 

Thursday, November 27
Listen to the Inside the BCIHL podcast featuring SFU forward Trent Murdoch
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Wednesday, November 26
Simon Fraser University Men's Hockey launches new team website
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Tuesday, November 25
UVic Vikes say "Thank You" following record-setting fan turnout on Friday
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Monday, November 24
UVic's Hykawy named Player of the Week after netting 5 goals from blueline
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Saturday, November 22
Gordon, Matthys combine to lead TWU over Eastern, nab league-best 8th win
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