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Reston and Virden Drugs Player of the Month

 

2018-2019 SEASON
October 2018 – Hunter Cloutier

Hunter Cloutier is the Virden and Reston Drugs Player of the Month for October.  Come check our their stores for your Pharmacy and Grocery needs.

The second year forward has scored 8 goals 6 assists through the first 16 games of the year.

Oil Capitals Management had this to say:

“Hunter has had good start to the year and has proven himself to be a good scorer in our league. He is an important piece of our power play and is not only a good scorer but a good play maker as well.  His confidence has really grown this year and you can see it in his play.  He came into camp in great shape and really wanted to prove to can take his game to the next level this year.”

Management went on to say, “There were a number of guys who have battled hard over the first month plus of the season.  Our older guys; Dalke, Kanaski and others have also carried us through a difficult time to start the season. Jack Einarson and Tristan Cross have also been difference makers at times to start the year.”

 

Congrats Hunter!

 

2017-2018 SEASON

FEBRUARY 2018 – DYLAN THIESSEN

Dylan Thiessen is the Meyers Norris Penny player of the month for February.

The 20-year-old forward had four goals and six assists in 10 games in the month of February.

“Dylan has played his best hockey of the year over the last month of the season,” said Jamie Hodson, director of business and hockey operations for the Oil Caps. “Dylan is used and is counted on in all situations and is a dependable guy for our team. A 200-foot player who takes care of both sides of the puck. Although Dylan was the nominee, we had many great guys who had a good month and this months award was not an easy decision.”

Congrats Dylan!