Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Recruit Blake Tatchell Named SJHL League MVP


UAA Seawolves recruit Blake Tatchell was today named the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey Leagues Most Valuable Player for the 2011-2012 regular season.  Below is the text from the SJHL announcement.
1991 F Blake Tatchell (North Battleford SK) finished second in the SJHL scoring race with 42-goals and 44-assists.  He also finished 31-points ahead of the next highest scoring player on his team.   In addition, the Stars were pretty much guaranteed a win whenever Tatchell recorded two points or more.  His hockey career will continue next Fall at Alaska-Anchorage (NCAA Div I).
The North Stars finished 2nd in the 6 team Bauer Divison with a 41-15-0-2 record in 58 games.  Tatchell, a 5'10" 180lb left-handed center played in 57 games.  The North Stars have a bye in the first round of the league playoffs.

Congratulations to Blake on this very nice recognition.

4 comments:

AKfan said...

Awesome! Congratulations Blake!!

Alaskana said...

Very cool, congrats Blake! I can't wait till next fall to see the incoming talent, should be an exciting final year in the 'classic WCHA'.

Suze said...

I agree Alaskana, I think next years class is going to be solid!

Anonymous said...

ya blake!!!!!!

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