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And the winner is... CO Hockey Hub Player of the Week revealed: April 17-23

By Trevor Squire, SportsEngine, 04/29/22, 9:45AM MDT

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Hub exclusive: See who fans voted as the HPHL Player of the Week.

Player of the Week Winner

Jonathan Carrel, Arapahoe. Carrel turned aside 20 of 21 shots in the final period to thwart a Front Range Rangers comeback in a 4-3 victory on April 22. He stopped 46 of 48 shots for a .958 save average.

Player of the Week candidates

 

Noah King, Arvada West. After giving up the game’s first two goals, King stopped 30 straight shots in the final two periods to help Arvada West clinch a 4-2 win over Cherry Creek V2 on April 22. He finished the game with 43 saves and a .956 save average.

Owen Trevino, Monarch. Trevino found the back of the Greeley Freeze net in overtime to clinch a 6-5 comeback victory and his first hat trick of the season on April 22. He also had an assist for four points total.

Sadie Bellissimo, Polar Bears. Bellissimo put forth a performance fitting of her last name on April 23, stopping a season-high 62 shots in a 0-0 draw with Coyotes East that saw overtime.

Chamberlain Nocera, Ralston Valley. Nocera posted a stalwart 29-save shutout in a 6-0 Ralston Valley victory over WLTV on April 23. 

Charlie Benisch, HTB. Benisch scored four goals to aid a 6-5 upset over Denver East on April 23.

Carson Forkner, Greeley Freeze. Forkner capped an impressive weekend with a three-goal, two-assist performance in a 7-4 win over Arapahoe on April 23. He finished the week with 13 points in three games.

Caleb Clark, Arvada West. Clark provided all the offense for Arvada West, scoring every goal in a 4-1 win over Ralston Valley V2 on April 23.

Cam Piggott, Longmont. The High Plains Hockey League’s leading scorer contributed in a different way on April 23. He tallied two goals and posted a season-high five assists for seven points in a 8-4 win over Fossil Ridge.

Caiden Boucher, North Alliance. Boucher weathered an onslaught from the start, stopping 20 first-period shots en route to a 47-save shutout and a 2-0 win against Mountain Ice on April 23.

Stats as of April 27

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