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Player of the Week 2018-2019

Week 4 – Jeremy Link – Winnipeg Blues

Thanks to three consecutive wins in net, goaltender Jeremy Link of the Winnipeg Blues has been named the Recycle Everywhere MJHL Player of the Week.

Link, 20, was outstanding last week, reflected in a stingy 1.33 GAA and .956 save percentage. One of Link’s wins was a shutout effort.

Link, who hails from Winnipeg, sports an overall 6-2 record this season for the Blues who own a 7-3 record this season.

The runners up are 20 year old goaltender Isaac Labelle of the Waywayseecappo Wolverines and 17 year old forward Kolton Shindle of the Portage Terriers.

Week 3 – Nathan Halvorsen – Selkirk Steelers

Selkirk Steelers’ Nathan Halvorsen has been named the Recycle Everywhere MJHL Player of the Week.

Halvorsen, 20, recorded eight points (6-2) in 4 games played. The Winnipeg native is currently tied for first in points for the Steelers.

The runners up are 18 year old forward Matt Osadick of the Swan Valley Stampeders and 18 year old forward Carter Sawchuk of the Dauphin Kings.

Week 2 – Codey Behun, Winnipeg Blues

Winnipeg Blues’ Codey Behun has been named the Recycle Everywhere MJHL Player of the Week.

The 18-year-old Winnipegger recorded four points (2-2) in two games last week for the Blues, who are 2-2 after four games. He currently sits tied for second in league scoring with seven points.

The runners up are 19 year old forward Josh Maucieri of the Swan Valley Stampeders and 20 year old goaltender Isaac Labelle of the Waywayseecappo Wolverines.

Week 1 – Drew Anderson, Waywayseecappo Wolverines

Waywayseecappo Wolverines’ have enjoyed a strong start (2-0) to the new season, thanks in large part to the outstanding play of forward Drew Anderson, who has been named the Recycle Everywhere MJHL Player of the Week.

Anderson, 20, recorded six points (2-4) in the pair of Wolverine wins. Last year he finished second in team scoring after being acquired from Steinbach.

Anderson, who hails from Portage, aims to play college hockey after he graduates from junior A.

The runners up are 19 year old goaltender Brennan Kitchen of the Dauphin Kings and 17 year old forward Colton Friesen of the Winkler Flyers.