Wednesday, May 18, 2011

A Little More on Hyman

For the season, Zach had 42-60--102 in 43 games played. He had just 24 PIMs, ten of which came in the last game of the season for "inciting an opponent", whatever that means. He had 27 points on the power play and five short-handed goals, along with three game-winners. In the playoffs, he had 3-5--8 in 7 games.

In the 43 games he played, he was held off the scoresheet on just four occasions. His season included a 27-game point streak, which contained five 5+ point games and four hat tricks. He had three 7-point games during the season.

He finished the year third in goals and second in points in the CJHL.

There are several clips of him on Youtube, and for that, we thank you.
Highlight video from Feb. 2010:

From the 3 Nations Tournament:

And an OT Game-Winner in the playoffs:

In other news, Mike Spath is hearing that there are three finalists for the vacant Assistant Coach position and that a decision could be made as soon as next week. The finalists are Matt Herr, Bill Muckalt, and Brian Wiseman. Muckalt is a head coach in the NAHL, Herr has been Kent's head coach in the prep ranks for quite some time, and Wiseman is an assistant in the AHL.

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