CTHSHockey's D1 Week One Player of the Week
I was tempted to give the nod to Austin Hansen who's single handedly gotten his team into states, but Vizzo's production has come against the best of the best all year. The kid just doesn't take a game off and as much as he dents the scoresheet he dents opponents physically and willfully. This week Vizzo notched 11 points (5 G, 6 A) in three games including the game winner on a length of the ice rush to come from behind to beat ND Fairfield in overtime.
Austin Hansen, Sr. Forward (West Haven)
Hansen's six goal effort is not being ignored. In fact, the senior leader finished the week with 9 points (8 G, 1 A) picking up his Westie brothers and carrying them through the end of their schedule.
David White, Sr. Forward (Fairfield Prep)
White continued his dominance of Hamden (18 points vs. Dragons for his career) with two goals and two assists Saturday at the Lou. White finished with 7 points (3 G, 4 A) on the week.
Matt Wikman, Jr. Forward (Fairfield Prep)
Wikman popped home four goals against East Haven and had 6 points (4 G, 2 A) on the week to help lead the Jesuits.
Greg Zullo, Sr. Forward (NDWH)
The senior Knight center chipped in with six points (2 G, 4 A) this week and continues to be one of the state's best penalty killers.
Christian La Croix, Jr. Forward (ND Fairfield)
La Croix has done everything for the Lancers this season and while this week wasn't a complete standout week in terms of statistical production, his constant awareness around the puck causes opponents to key him allowing for production from others. He had (3 G, 2 A) on the week.
Jack Gethings, Jr. Forward (Xavier)
It's hard to say Gethings is the Falcons' most talented player because of their impressive depth, but he's definitely their most consistent. Gethings netted 5 points (2 G, 3 A) this week.
Andrew Meoli, Jr. Forward (Xavier)
Meoli has started to appear more and more on the Xavier scoresheet. This week he pitched in with 5 points (3 G, 2 A) of his own.
Jim Morrissey, Jr. Forward (West Haven)
Hansen's right hand man, the Batman to his Robin, had helpers on five goals this week. (0 G, 5 A).
FCIAC Tournament Standouts (only one QF was played for each of these players but they certainly made their presence known)
Brendan Hathaway, Sr. Forward (Darien)
The Wave leader potted a hat trick in Darien's 5-0 QF win over Stamford.
Vin Rella, Sr. Forward (Ridgefield)
The Tiger captain also added a hat trick in his team's QF round matchup, a 5-2 win over Trinity Catholic.
Harry Stanton, Jr. Forward (New Canaan)
The speedster Stanton knocked home 2 goals and added an assist on one more in the Rams' 4-2 win over Greenwich.
CK Keator, Sr. Forward (St. Joseph)
Keator scored twice and added an assist to propel the Cadets to a 5-1 win over Fairfield Warde-Ludlowe.