SPHL Goalie of the Year
March 28, 2006 - Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) News Release
HUNTSVILLE, AL - Florida Seals goalie, Terry Denike, has been named the SPHL Goalie of the Year by the league's seven coaches.
The Burlington, Ontario native led the SPHL in wins with 28 and minutes played with 2831:40 minutes. He finished third in goals against average with a 2.97 mark and fourth in save percentage at 91.0.
"I want to thank the coach's for voting me top goalie in the league," Denike said. "This is really a team award as the guys in front of me were a big help in my personal success."
Denike finished with a 28-13-6 record and recorded two shutouts. He led the Seals to a third place finish in the SPHL standings.
"Terry has earned this award with his great play this season," Seals head coach, Tommy Stewart, said. "He has led us throughout the year and truly deserves the honor because of his hard work and play this season."
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