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Nolan & Mori Named To IHL All-Rookie Team

April 21, 2010 - International Hockey League 2 (IHL 2) - Flint Generals News Release

FLINT, MI - The International Hockey League (IHL) announced today that Flint Rookie goaltender Rob Nolan and Rookie winger John Mori were both named to the IHL All-Rookie Team.

Nolan, Robby_MediumThe 24-year-old Rob Nolan, a native of Sherwood Park, Alberta had a stellar season between the pipes for the Generals, finishing the year second among IHL goaltenders in minutes played (2679:40), second in saves (1,339) and tied for fourth in save percentage (.912). Nolan sported 19-22-3-1 record, and held the league's best save percentage among rookie netminders (.912). He recorded his first professional shutout on December 26th, stopping all 26 shots he faced against Dayton. Nolan also won 3 IHL Goalie of the Week Awards during the 2009-2010 season as well as being named the co-winner of the Generals Rookie of The Year Award.

Mori, John_MediumJohn Mori, a 23-year-old native of Westport, Connecticut completed his rookie season ranked second among IHL rookies in scoring with 65 points. He scored a total of 27 goals and 38 assists, which ranked him second in both categories. He led the IHL in shorthanded tallies, scoring six this season. He had a total of eight multi-game point streaks this season, including two seven-game streaks. Mori received 2 IHL Player of the Week Awards, 1 IHL Rookie of the Week Award and 2 IHL Rookie of the Month Awards. John also was named the winner of the Generals Most Valuable Player Award.

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