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Texas' Jeff Harvey Named Oakley CHL Goaltender of the Week

December 28, 2010 - Central Hockey League (CHL) News Release

TEMPE, AZ -The Central Hockey League announced today that Texas' Jeff Harvey has been named the Oakley Central Hockey League Goaltender of the Week for the period ending December 26, 2010.

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The new addition to the Brahmas went 2-0 last week stopping 52 of 53 shots (.981 save percentage) allowing just one goal. He began the week shutting out the Tulsa Oilers at the BOK Center on Tuesday (33 saves). He followed that up by stopping 19 of 20 shots in relief of Kevin Beech during the Brahmas 6-3 win at Odessa. Harvey entered the game in the first period with his team trailing 2-0 but gave the Brahmas time to come back and win the game.

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Harvey began the season in Bossier-Shreveport where he posted a 3-0 record but the lack of room and opportunity forced the Mudbugs to waive him to the delight of the Brahmas who he has posted a 2-1 mark for in three decisions. Overall, the St. Albert, Alberta native is 5-1-0 with a 2.70 goals against average and a .915 save percentage.

Oakley CHL Goaltender of the Week Jeff Harvey, Texas Brahmas (Weekly Totals) Games Played: 2 Record: 2-0-0 GAA: 0.58 Saves: 52 Save %: .981

Oakley CHL Goaltender of the Week - - Previous Winners Oct. 19 - Trevor Cann, Tulsa Oct. 26 - Marco Emond, Bloomington Nov. 2 - Juliano Pagliero, Rio Grande Valley Nov. 9 - Torrie Jung, Laredo Nov. 16 - Matt Lundin, Evansville Nov. 23 - Levente Szuper, Arizona Nov. 30 - Michel Robinson, Odessa Dec. 7 - Levente Szuper, Arizona Dec. 14- Ian Keserich, Tulsa Dec. 21- Jeff Jakaitis, Dayton Dec. 28- Jeff Harvey, Texas

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