This year, FOX Sports Midwest and the Blues salute the best young hockey players from the Mid States Club Hockey Association. Players will be selected by coaches for their play both on and off the ice and will be highlighted on FOX Sports Midwest and a Blues game. Congratulations to our winners, perhaps we will see them Bommarito Automotive Group Mid States Hockey Championship in March.
Coaches and Club Presidents - If you need additional information or a Player of the Week nomination form, contact Debbie Hayes at 314-330-0012 or email@example.com
NAME: Keegan Hegger
TEAM: St, John Vianney High School
Keegan stopped 45 shots in a Vianney 2-1 win over previously unbeaten St. Louis University High. Keegan has proven to be a solid keeper for the Griffins and has dressed for every varsity during this season. He currently has a 3.20 GAA.
NAME: Anthony Willis
TEAM: Fort Zumwalt East
Last week Anthony allowed only 2 goals on 68 shots and earned his first shutout of the regular season in a 3-0 win over Fort Zumwalt South.
NAME: Levi Wright
Levi is the captain for the Wildcats and has been a leader in every game. He had two goals on Monday. November 20th, in a 3-3 tie against Seckman. He had 3 goals on Friday, November 24th, in a 9-2 win against Eureka. His week ended with 5 goals in two games for the week.
NAME: Jack Williams
Jack's play against Vianney in a 3-1 victory was steller and Jack stopped 43 of 44 shots. The game was a one goal game until his MICDS teammates netted on an empty net goal in the last minute of the game
NAME: Tyler Brown
Player of the Week is Chaminade Junior forward, Tyler Brown. This is Tyler's second year on the Varsity Red Devils
Tyler scored three goals and added three assists, helping the Chaminade Red Devils beat Lindbergh this week. He, also, added one assist in a 5-4 victory over Kirkwood.
NAME: Hampus Blomdahl
Hampus, a Junior from Sweden, recorded 32 saves on 35 shots in Friday nights 5-3 win over CBC. 11 of those saves came in the third period when CBC was given a 10 minute power play. With several key players out of town Hampus came up big for the Red Devils. This was Chaminades first win over CBC since 2013.