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Trio of Stangs Earn POW Honours

By Mustangs News, 03/12/13, 3:15PM CST

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Congrats boys!

CANALTA HOTELS SJHL PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Godric Tham, Melfort Mustangs

1992 F Godric Tham (Calgary AB) recorded points in each of his team’s first five playoff games as he led the Mustangs to a three game series sweep over the Battlefords North Stars and into a 1-1 split through the first two games with the heavily favored Humboldt Broncos in the North Division semi-final.  Tham enters game three against Humboldt on a four game goal scoring streak and has 5-goals and 5-assists in 5-postseason games.

CANALTA HOTELS SJHL DEFENSEMAN OF THE WEEK
Brandon Parrone, Melfort Mustangs

1992 D Brandon Parrone (Peoria AZ) has become an ice time minutes eater for the Mustangs as they continue their Cinderella drive in the playoffs and he’s also become a prominent offensive contributor with 1-goal and 3-assists in 5-playoff games.  Parrone had all three of his assists in the Survivor Series against the North Stars.  He scored in a game one victory against Humboldt.

CANALTA HOTELS SJHL ROOKIE OF THE WEEK
Hudson Morrison, Estevan Bruins

1994 F Hudson Morrison (Souris MB) has been very consistent through the first half a dozen games of the playoffs, scoring two goals and two assists in six games.  Morrison had points in each of the last three games against the Kindersley Klippers in the Sherwood Division survivor series before being held off the scoresheet in a game one loss to Yorkton.  He was back on track with an assist in a Bruin game two victory.

CANALTA HOTELS SJHL GOALTENDER OF THE WEEK
Jesse Wilkins, Melfort Mustangs

1992 G Jesse Wilkins (Calgary AB) set the tone for how he was going to play in the playoffs when he made 34-saves on 35-shots in game one against Battlefords in the Survivor Series and he’s been extremely sharp ever since.  Wilkins is 4-and-1 in the postseason with a 2.55-GAA and a .938-SPCT.  Even in Saturday night’s loss to Humboldt, Wilkins turned away 40-shots.  He stopped 50-of-52 in the game one overtime victory on Friday night