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Durzi Dazzles

Toronto | by Bayshore News Staff  

OHL & CHL Awards

courtesy attackhockey.com 

 

Ontario Hockey League Monthly Awards

 

Owen Sound Attack defenceman Sean Durzi is the OHL Defenceman of the Month for October.

Durzi led all defenders with 20 points including 7 goals.

On the season, Durzi leads the OHL in assists with 17 and is third in the league in points with 25 over 14 games.



St. Louis Blues prospect Jordan Kyrou of the Sarnia Sting is the OHL Player of the Month for October after leading
 the league with 12 goals 13 assists and 25 points in 12 games along with a plus/minus rating of plus-9.

Kyrou had points in 11 of 12 contests, helping the Sting string together a franchise record 13-straight victories


Sarnia Sting overage netminder Justin Fazio has been named the Vaughn OHL Goaltender of the Month for October after playing to a perfect 8-0-0-0 record with a 2.48 goals-against average and a .939 save percentage.

Fazio enters the month of November on a nine game winning streak



Barrie Colts forward Andrei Svechnikov has been named the OHL Rookie of the Month for October after leading all
 newcomers with nine points including seven goals and two assists over just five games along with a plus/minus rating of plus-6.

Svechnikov recorded three different multi-point performances, starting the month with his first career OHL hat-trick on Oct.
 5th vs. North Bay.



The Canadian Hockey League announced that forward Aaron Luchuk of the Windsor Spitfires is the CHL Player of the Week for the week ending October 29 after recording nine points in three games including four goals and five assists with a plus-minus rating of plus-2.

Luchuk delivered two multi-point performances last week for the Spitfires who picked up a pair of victories on the road.  His week was highlighted by a career-high five points in a 7-2 bounce back effort Friday night against the Sudbury Wolves following a 4-0 loss on Thursday to the North Bay Battalion.  The five-point production included his first career hat-trick and earned him one of two straight first star honours.  He also received first star recognition on Sunday with a goal and three assists in a 5-4 win against the Owen Sound Attack finishing the week tied for the lead in overall OHL scoring with 28 points and alone atop the goals race with 15.

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