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Logan finished the regular season with a league leading 80 points (26G, 54A)in 45 games played.

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   Kootenay International Junior Hockey League:
Regular Season Done, Playoffs Commence
Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - Submitted by Chase Heat

REGULAR SEASON DONE, PLAYOFFS COMMENCE

 

After 47 Regular Season games the CHASE HEAT achieve 1st place in their Doug Birks Division and claim home ice advantage for the first two rounds of the Playoffs.

 

This Friday the 24th at the Art Holding Memorial Arena the intensity increases as the HEAT face the Revelstoke GRIZZLIES in a best of 7 opening round.  Game 2 goes Saturday the 25th at AHMA at 7:00 pm.  Games 3 and 4 shift to the Revelstoke Forum on Monday the 27th and Tuesday the 28th.  Game 5 if necessary is in Chase on Thursday March 2nd, Game 6 in Revelstoke on Friday the 3rd and Game 7 back in Chase on Saturday the 4th.  The winner of this series will meet either the 100 Mile House WRANGLERS or Kamloops STORM in the 2nd round starting March 7th.

 

The past weekend saw the HEAT in two meaningless games to wrap up the Regular Season.  Friday night at AHMA resulted in a 9-0 victory over the Sicamous EAGLES.  In this contest Nic Bruyere earned a shutout, Travis Beaubien reached 100 points in his Junior career, Josh Bourne enjoyed a five point night including a hat trick and Spencer Farstad had 2 goals and 2 assists. In the 2nd game the HEAT travelled to 100 Mile and saw the tables turned taking an 8-2 trashing.  A bright note saw Zachary Fournier achieve 100 points in his Junior Career, all with the HEAT.

 

Michael Fidanza finishes the campaign with 23 goals and 43 assists for 66 points, for a 4th place tie in overall KIJHL scoring.  Josh Bourne finishes in 10th place with 28 goals, 29 assists for 57 points.  Nic Bruyere finishes 5th is save percentage at 0.922 and 10th in goals against average at 2.71.

 

In other news the 6th Annual HEAT Awards Banquet took place Sunday the 19th at the Adams Lake Indian Band Conference Centre.  Over 200 enjoyed a succulent meal provided by tireless HEAT Volunteers. Guest Speaker Kathy Salmon provided a powerful speech on the “Power of Positive Thinking”, which had everyone in attendance participating.  Ms. Salmon is a former luge Olympian and 6 time Canadian Champion.  Head Coach Brad Fox gave a passionate address thanking all those who have made his 7 years to this point in Chase a very rewarding experience.  Those fortunate to receive awards and accolades were;

 

MVP: Nic Bruyere, Michael Fidanza (tie)         

Top Defenceman: Pat Brady

Rookie:  Evan Hughes                                     

Top Scorer:  Michael Fidanza

Most Sportsmanlike:  Spencer Farstad             

Most Dedicated:  The TEAM

Warrior: Spencer Farstad, Kolten Moore (tie)  

Unsung Hero:  Grady Musgrave

Most Improved:  Ryan Okino                            

Game Star:  Nic Bruyere

Schlolastic:  Landon Russell                             

Fan Favourite:  Pat Brady

 

The Volunteer of the Year Award was given to the very worthy Rick “Julio” Iglesias , Trainer , for his ongoing sacrifice day in and out, to make the HEAT a success!


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PLAYER GP G A P
Logan Styler (CR) 45 26 54 80
Colin Bell (OC) 44 25 46 71
John Moeller (CR) 44 34 35 69
Carter Jones (SB) 47 26 40 66
Michael Fidanza (CH) 45 23 43 66
Riley Pettitt (SS) 45 22 43 65
Paxton Malone (CVT) 47 26 38 64
Judd Repole (OC) 46 16 44 60
Brett Witala (KC) 40 27 31 58
Josh Bourne (CH) 44 28 29 57

Kootenay Conference: Eddie Mountain Division
TEAM GP W L T D OL PTS
Creston
47 36 9 1 0 1 74
Kimberley
47 33 13 0 0 1 67
Fernie
47 26 18 1 0 2 55
Col Valley
47 14 29 0 0 4 32
Golden
47 5 37 1 0 4 15
Kootenay Conference: Neil Murdoch Division
TEAM GP W L T D OL PTS
Beaver Val.
47 38 5 1 0 3 80
Castlegar
47 30 16 0 0 1 61
Nelson
47 21 21 1 0 4 47
Grand Fork.
47 20 21 3 0 3 46
Spokane
47 8 38 0 0 1 17
Okanagan/Shuswap Conference: Doug Birks Division
TEAM GP W L T D OL PTS
Chase
47 31 12 2 0 2 66
100 Mile
47 27 12 3 0 5 62
Kamloops
47 23 17 1 0 6 53
Revelstoke
47 19 25 1 0 2 41
Sicamous
47 10 36 0 0 1 21
Okanagan/Shuswap Conference: Okanagan Division
TEAM GP W L T D OL PTS
Osoyoos
47 37 8 1 0 1 76
Summerland
47 34 9 1 0 3 72
Kelowna
47 20 22 2 0 3 45
North Okan.
47 15 29 2 0 1 33
Princeton
47 12 29 1 0 5 30
PLAYER GP W GAA SV%
Liam Aitken (OC) 17 14 1.69 .938
Tallon Kramer (BVN) 35 28 1.81 .935
Jared Breitkreuz (SS) 10 9 1.84 .912
Jakob Severson (100M) 12 8 2.02 .933
Brock Lefebvre (CVT) 29 21 2.46 .913
Patrick Ostermann (CVT) 20 15 2.47 .908
Jason Sandhu (KS) 26 12 2.55 .924
Adam Jones (OC) 32 23 2.56 .913
Matthew Huber (SS) 36 24 2.66 .907
Nic Bruyere (CH) 36 24 2.71 .922
Only goalies with 6 or more GP are shown.