MO--- The United Hockey League
(UHL) announced Monday that Fort Wayne Komets right wing Jonathan Goodwin has
been named Sher-Wood UHL Player of the Week and Fort Wayne Komets goaltender
Kevin St. Pierre has been named Southern Sports Supply UHL Goaltender of the
Week for the period ending Sunday, October 29th,
Goodwin completed the week
with six points (3g, 3a) and plus-2 rating in two games played. He had five
points (2g, 3a) in Friday's 7-3 victory vs. Rockford. Both goals came in the
first period as one was shorthanded and the second was on the power play. He
was on the ice for six of Fort Wayne's seven goals. On Saturday, Goodwin netted
a goal in the 4-1 win vs. Bloomington. The 24-year-old native of Weymouth,
Massachusetts currently leads the Komets with nine points (5g, 4a) which also
ranks tied for eighth in the UHL. He is riding a four-game point streak and a
three-game goal streak.
Other players nominated for
the Sher-Wood UHL Player of the Week include: Elmira left wing Scott Wray, Flint
forward David Frawley, Kalamazoo defenseman Casey Handrahan, Muskegon center
Todd Robinson, Port Huron center Ryan Markham, Quad City right wing Chad
Woollard, and Rockford left wing Kaleb Betts.
Pierre finished the week with a
2-0-0 record, a 2.00 goals against average (GAA), and a .923 save percentage
(SPCT). On Friday, he made 33 saves in the 7-3 win vs. Rockford. He then made
15 saves in the 4-1 win vs. Bloomington on Saturday. St. Pierre has played
every minute in net this season for the Komets and leads UHL goaltenders in that
category (298:55). The 31-year-old Sherbrooke, Quebec native is currently
riding a three-game win streak and has 2.61 GAA and .915 SPCT this season.
Other goaltenders nominated
for the Southern Sports Supply UHL Goaltender of the Week include: Bloomington's
Steffan Braunlich, Chicago's Marty Magers, Elmira's Kris Tebbs, Flint's Bryan
Worosz, Kalamazoo's Ryan Nie, Muskegon's Clayton Pool, Port Huron's Dustin
Traylen, Quad City's Jason Tapp, and Rockford's Frederic Cloutier.