Missouri's Mathieu Corbeil Named Oakley CHL Goaltender of the WeekNovember 27, 2012 - Central Hockey League (CHL) Press Release
In recognition of his achievement, Corbeil will receive a special gift from Oakley. To learn more about all of Oakley's products, visit www.oakley.com.
The Montreal native has won back-to-back starts stopping 50 of 52 shots (.962 save percentage). Corbeil held both the Fort Worth Brahmas and the Bloomington Blaze to only one goal each (4-1, 6-1 respectively) and for the season has lowered his goals against average to 2.89.
CHL Goaltending Leaders
Assigned to the Mavericks from the Chicago Wolves (the AHL affiliate of the Vancouver Canucks), Corbeil had a chance before last week's games to work with the Canucks goaltending coach, Dan Cloutier.
This is Corbeil's first professional season after four seasons in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. Last season with the Saint John Sea Dogs, Corbeil posted an outstanding 37-10-1.
Oakley CHL Goaltender of the Week
Mathieu Corbeil, Missouri Mavericks
Games Played: 2
Save %: .962
Oakley CHL Goaltender of the Week Previous Winners
Oct. 23- Steve Silverthorn, Allen Americans
Oct. 30- Joe Palmer, Quad City Mallards
Nov. 6- Kevin Regan, Wichita Thunder
Nov. 13- Ian Keserich, Tulsa Oilers
Nov. 20- Kieran Millan, Denver Cutthroats
Nov. 27- Mathieu Corbeil, Missouri Mavericks
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