PJ Bridges Named South Division Star Of The Week
Two shutouts and 31 saves in two games against the Jackalopes last week has earned RoadRunners goaltender PJ Bridges the Easton South Division Star of the Week. And for amassing 2 goals and four assists over the weekend, Jasen Fernsler garnered an honorable mention.
From the NAHL website:
South Division Star of the Week: PJ Bridges, goaltender, Topeka RoadRunners
It was a perfect week (literally) for Topeka goaltender PJ Bridges. The 20-year-old from Waterford, Michigan, who was picked up by the RoadRunners in late October has really solidified the position for Topeka and this past week was another example of that as Bridges (6’0/185) posted two shutouts in two home starts over the Odessa Jackalopes. On Thursday night, Bridges stopped all 16 shots that came his way in a 4-0 win. On Friday, he made 15 saves in a 7-0 shutout of the Jackalopes. In seven starts this season, Bridges already has three shutouts, a goals against average of 1.27 and a save percentage of 95.1%. “PJ has been a huge addition to the team,” said RoadRunners head coach Scott Langer. “He is a leader and he comes to work everyday. His work ethic sets him apart and he is a player capable of being an NCAA Division I goalie someday.”
2nd Star: Maurin Bouvet, forward, Corpus Christi IceRays
Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Dylan Abood, defenseman, Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees – Roman Ammirato, forward, Amarillo Bulls – Jake Durflinger, forward, Corpus Christi IceRays – Jasen Fernsler, forward, Topeka RoadRunners – Tyler Gernhofer, forward, Amarillo Bulls – Nick Schmit, goaltender, Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees – Will Vosejpka, forward, Wichita Falls Wildcats