Connor Henry, Sr. Forward (Fairfield Prep)
Henry was one of the main reasons the Jesuits were able to go into the Mt. St. Charles Face Off Tournament and come out champions. Henry finished the three game tournament with 7 points including 5 goals.
Avery Clair, Sr. Forward (Glastonbury)
|Clair has been a one man wrecking crew for the Tomahawks|
Clair notched two goals in Glastonbury's 3-1 win over West Haven locking down third place in the WH Xmas Tournament. Clair's consistent play and effort are reason for Tomahawks fans to celebrate because without him, who knows where'd they'd be.
CK Keator, Sr. Forward (St. Joseph)
Normally back to back hat tricks would warrant player of the week but given the competition in comparison to Henry's, Keator is a runner up. After a slow start by his standards, Keator has exploded and St. Joseph is starting to round into the team we thought they'd be.
David White, Sr. Forward (Fairfield Prep)
White continued to lead Fairfield Prep and added 8 points in their three games in the Mt. St. Charles Face Off. White chipped in with 2 goals and 6 helpers on the week.
Luke Vendetto, Jr. Forward (Cheshire)
Doing all he can do with a less than offensive Cheshire club, the junior notched four goals on the week in losing efforts at the WH Xmas Tourney. Vendetto has been one of the lone bright spots this year for the Rams.
Kyle Lynch, So. Forward (Notre Dame-West Haven)
Another unheralded player stepping up for the Knights. Sophomore Kyle Lynch added three goals of his own this week at the WH Xmas Tourney. If NDWH keeps getting efforts from up and down the roster like this, they'll be hard to beat.
|Keator with back to back hat tricks this week|