North Division Star of the Week: Dryden McKay, goalie, Springfield Jr. Blues
The Springfield Jr. Blues got back on track this past weekend with a road sweep of the Johnstown Tomahawks. Goaltender Dryden McKay, 17, got the start in both games and only allowed a single goal in the two wins. On Saturday, the native of Downers Grove, Illinois, made 27 saves for his first career NAHL shutout as the Jr. Blues blanked the Tomahawks, 2-0. On Sunday, McKay (5’11/160) made 32 saves in a 4-1 win. For the weekend, McKay stopped 59 of a possible 60 shots on goal. For the season, McKay as a 10-9-1 record with a 2.68 goals against average and a 91.7% save percentage. “I think the entire team played real well in front of Dryden, but he was great in Johnstown this past weekend. He played very technically sounds in an important weekend for us to get back on track,” said Springfield head coach Tony Zasowski.
2nd Star: Evan Feno, F, Janesville Jets
Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Alex Blankenburg, G, Keystone Ice Miners – Michael Maiden, F, Keystone Ice Miners – Brandon Schultz, F, Janesville Jets