Ice Bears Sweep Weekly League Awards
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - After an amazing weekend that saw the Ice Bears split a four game series with the first place Channel Cats, several Ice Bears were recognized by the league for their outstanding performances. Ice Bear forward K.J. Voorhees was named the South East Hockey League Player of the Week. In four games against the Cats, he scored five goals, three of which came as a hat trick on Saturday night, and added three assists for eight points. Voorhees now has tallied a career high 36 goals for Knoxville. He's third in the SEHL in scoring with 36 goals and 31 assists for 67 points. His 36 goals put him second in the league, while his 31 assists rank him third in the SEHL.
Voorhees wasn't the only Ice Bear to be recognized by the league. Rookie goalie Adam Barbour was named the South East Hockey League Goaltender of the Week. Barbour won one overtime game in Huntsville on Friday night, but lost the second one in overtime on Monday. On the week, he stopped 71 of the 76 shots that he faced. Barbour, who started his professional career this season in Winston-Salem, has posted a 2.48 goals against average and a 93.4 save percentage in two games with the Ice Bears.
Also recognized by the league as a top performer on the week was Ice Bear forward Craig Desjarlais who tallied four goals and three assists in four games.
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