Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League

Players of the Week November 15-21

Nolan Doell capped off his last game with the Ice Wolves with a hat-trick. He was just traded to the Melfort Mustangs on November 23rd. Photo Credit: Marla Possberg Photography

SGEU MVP OF THE WEEK: Nolan Doell, La Ronge Ice Wolves

A proud farewell for the now former La Ronge Ice Wolf. Doell was traded to the Melfort Mustangs on the morning of November 23rd. Before that, he helped lead La Ronge to back-to-back victories over the Weyburn Red Wings, scoring a goal in a 6-3 win on Thursday, before netting a hat-trick in a 6-5 win on Friday, his final game with the Ice Wolves.
Weekly Stats: (2gp, 4g-0a-4pts, 2 PIMS)
Runner Up: Brandon Della Paolera, La Ronge Ice Wolves

RBC FORWARD OF THE WEEK: Drew Kuzma, Weyburn Red Wings

Although the Red Wings lost all three games this week, there’s no doubting who led the offense along the way. Kuzma scored his 5th goal of the year in a 4-2 loss to the Nipawin Hawks on Tuesday. He then had his highest single game output this season, scoring his first career hat-trick and adding an assist in a 6-5 loss to the Ice Wolves on Friday. The St. Albert, AB native now has 15 points in 20 games this year.
Weekly Stats: (3gp, 4g-1a-5pts, 2 PIMS)
Runner Up: Andrew Schaab, Nipawin Hawks


Fouquette was tied for the league lead in points scored this week among all SJHL’ers, let alone defenseman. The 2004 born rookie blueliner exploded for four points in the Wolves 6-3 win over the Red Wings in Thursday, before picking up another helper in the 6-5 win on Friday. With the Wolves trade of Nolan Doell making it look like they’re heading into a rebuild, Tre Fouquette plans to be a major facet of future Ice Wolves’ teams as long as he is there.
Weekly Stats (2gp, 0g-5a-5pts, 0 PIMS)
Runner Up: Parker Jasper, Yorkton Terriers


The workhorse goalie from Humboldt continued his absurd stretch of playing time this past week. Ramsay started his 13th and 14th game in a row for the Broncos picking up back-to-back victories. Ramsay has gone and even more impressive 13-1 during that stretch. The league leader in wins (19), minutes (1364), and saves (610) stopped 26 of 28 and both attempts in the shootout in a 3-2 (SO) win over the Nipawin Hawks on Saturday. Less than 24 hours later he denied 33 of 34 in a 5-1 win on the road over the Notre Dame Hounds.

Weekly Stats: (2GP, 2-0-0-0, 3GA, 59/62, 1.44 GAA, .952 SV%,)
Runner up: Brett Sweet, Kindersley Klippers

DIRECTWEST SJHL ROOKIE OF THE WEEK: Cash Arnsten, Kindersley Klippers

The trio of Arnsten, Tylin Hilbig, and Logan Linklater combined for 7 points in the Klippers’ final win this week. The former SJHL first overall pick nabbed an assist in their 2-1 loss on Friday. He then got a touch on all three goals (1g, 2a) in a 3-2 win over the Melville Millionaires on Saturday,  scoring the game winner late in the third period.
Weekly Stats: (4, 1g-3a-4pts, 2 PIMS)
Runner up: Clay Sleeva, Yorkton Terriers