CALGARY, Alberta (October 6, 2014) – The CJHL 3 Stars for the month of September 2014 are Marc-Anthony Therrien (Princeville Titan, QJHL), Devin McDonald (Camrose Kodiaks, AJHL) and Tyler Feaver (Whitby Fury, OJHL).
1st STAR – MARC-ANTHONY THERRIEN, F, Princeville Titan, QJHL (8 GP, 11 G, 11 A, 22 PTS)
Marc-Anthony Therrien of the Princeville Titan is the QJHL offensive Player of the Month for September 2014. The 20-year-old center has compiled an excellent record of 11 goals, 11 assists and 22 points in 8 games including 1 three-goal game, 5 power-play goals, 3 game winners, 5 multiple-point games and a differential of +10. The Titan posted the best league record for the month of September with 7 wins and only 1 loss including the best goal against average (2:25). Overall this season, Therrien leads the league in scoring with a record of 13 goals, 13 assists and 26 points in 9 games including a differential of +13.
2nd STAR – DEVIN MCDONALD, G, Camrose Kodiaks, AJHL (8 GP, 7 W, 1 L, 1.50 GAA, .947 SV%)
Devin McDonald was the Alberta Dodge Dealers AJHL Player of the Month for the opening month of the 2014-2015 season. McDonald has started the season with a 7-1-0 record and 2 shutout victories. Devin McDonald (Calgary, AB) leads the AJHL in wins (7) and shutouts (2) and is amongst the Top 3 in Goals Against Average (1.50 GAA) and Save Percentage (.947%). The 20 year-old goaltender has concluded the month of September with 4 consecutive wins. He was twice named as the Viterra AJHL Star of Game in September, including a game during the 8th Annual Surge Energy AJHL Showcase.
3rd STAR – TYLER FEAVER, G, Whitby Fury, OJHL (6 GP, 6 W, 0 L, 1.56 GAA, .938 SV%)
Tyler Feaver, a fourth year veteran backstop, got off to the best start of his young career, 6-0-0, allowing just nine goals during his first six starts of the season to lead the OJHL with six victories, already more than a third of his totals last season. Ranked third during the month with both his 1.56 goals against average and .938 save percentage, Feaver's stellar play had the Fury positioned well in the always tough East Division standings. Perhaps even more impressive was that all six of his wins came during an extended road trip to kick-off the season. After kicking things off with a 31 save victory on opening night versus North York, Feaver reeled off the winning streak, including his third career shutout over Burlington.
Honourable Mentions: Cody Gratton, Cochrane Crunch (NOJHL), Adam Dauda, Pembroke Lumber Kings (CCHL), Jordan McNaughton, Truro Bearcats (MHL)
About the CJHL 3 Stars of the Month – The CJHL 3 Stars of the Month is one of the league’s national awards created to recognize Junior A hockey's best players and coaches. In addition to the 3 Stars of the Month, the CJHL also presents annual awards for Most Valuable Player, Top Forward, Top Defenceman, Top Goaltender, Rookie of the Year, Coach of the Year and Top NHL Prospect.