Erstwhile local earns atlantic hockey weekly honours

Spencer Graboski (Quesnel, B.C.) has been named the Rookie of the Week by Atlantic Hockey.

  • Mar. 13, 2014 12:00 p.m.

Sacred Heart men’s hockey forwards Drew George (Regina, Sask.) and Spencer Graboski (Quesnel, B.C.) have been named the Travel Team USA Player and Rookie of the Week by Atlantic Hockey, the conference announced on Tuesday.

The duo had a combined nine points as the Pioneers swept Bentley to move into ninth place in the league.

Graboski was named Rookie of the Week after scoring two goals with two assists in this weekend’s sweep of second-place Bentley.

He had the game-tying goal late in the third period of Friday night’s 5-4 win, then had a goal and two assists for a career-high three points in the win at Bentley on Saturday.

Graboski has scored a goal in each of his last three games, and has eight points in the last four games.

Sacred Heart wraps up the regular season with a pair of games against UConn at Milford Ice Pavilion this weekend.

 

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