Cyclones' Goaltender Druce named Sher-Wood player of the week in SPHL
The Twin City Cyclones and Southern Professional Hockey League announced today that Goaltender Kevin Druce, 24, has been named the Sher-Wood Player of the Week in the SPHL for the week ended November 22, 2008. Druce is the first goalie to win the award this season.
The Kingston, Ontario native, in his second season with the Cyclones, was outstanding in recording two wins including a shutout, the first in the SPHL this season. He started with a 4-2 win against Huntsville on Thursday and followed that up with his first professional career shutout, a 5-0 win against Richmond on Saturday. He stopped 62 of the 64 combined shots he faced in the two games and recorded a .969 save percentage in his two victories.
"Kevin had two excellent games back to back and TC fans and team management are pleased that he was recognized by the SPHL with the Sher-Wood award" said Head Coach Mark Richards.
The Twin City Cyclones are members of the SPHL, the leader in Single "A" Hockey.
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