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RBC Player of the Month

FEBRUARY 2014

For period ending March 4th

RBC SJHL PLAYER OF THE MONTH:  Brett Boehm, Yorkton Terriers

1994 F Brett Boehm (Martensville SK) had points in eleven of thirteen games during the last month and finished with 11-goals and 12-assists overall.  His run included a four game stretch in mid-February where he had 13-points.  He ends the regular season on a seven game point scoring streak and for the season ends up with 31-goals and 35-assists in 48-games played.

SASKTEL SJHL GOALTENDER OF THE MONTH:  Kale Thomson, Yorkton Terriers

1993 G Kale Thomson (Yorkton SK) may have saved his best for last in the regular season as he was scorching hot down the stretch, going 9-1-and-1 with two shutouts and a 1.72-GAA as well as a .944-SPCT.  Thomson also set an SJHL single season with eight shutouts and ended up with a 1.89-GAA overall and a league leading 31-wins.  His save percentage was a sparkling .934.

SJHL DEFENSEMAN OF THE MONTH:  Chase Norrish, Yorkton Terriers

1993 D Chase Norrish (Strongfield SK) had a consecutive point scoring streak of twelve games snapped at the end of the regular season, but still finished with 5-goals and 16-assists in just 13-games during the time period.  Norrish had a goal and six assists during a three game home stand in late February and he winds up leading the league in offense amongst defensemen, with 9-goals and 36-assists in 56-games.

SJHL ROOKIE OF THE MONTH:  Ryland Pashovitz, Humboldt Broncos

1995 G Ryland Pashovitz (Saskatoon SK) set a single season SJHL record with a 1.60-goals against average in his first year as a junior.  He ended that first season on a high note, going 5-and-3 with a 2.13-GAA and .923-SPCT to go along with one shutout.  On the season, Pashovitz also ended up leading the league with a .948-SPCT and posted an 18-8-and-3 record in addition to having five shutouts.  Unofficially, five shutouts in a season is an SJHL rookie record.