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BCHL alums St. Denis, Wilson take ECAC Hockey weekly honours
Thursday, November 20, 2014 - Submitted by BCHL Media/ECAC Hockey

After going head-to-head last weekend in ECAC Hockey action, Travis St. Denis of Quinnipiac and Jared Wilson of RPI shone brightly enough to earn weekly conference awards.

Wilson, who split time between the Alberni Valley Bulldogs and Vernon Vipers, took the rookie of the week honours while Trail and Penticton alum St. Denis was player of the week.

St. Denis' Bobcats got the better of RPI on Nov. 15, a 3-1 victory where he shone scoring all three goals. He also scored the game-winner the previous night in the last minute of play for a 4-3 win over Union. The pair of game-winners for the Trail product are two of the six he's scored so far this season and he's fourth in team scoring with eight points.

In 203 BCHL games, 149 of them with Trail, St. Denis notched 99 goals and 127 assists for 226 points.

Wilson scored the game-winning marker in a 3-1 win over Princeton Nov. 14 and had four shots for the night. Against St. Denis and the Bobcats the next night, he assisted on the Engineers lone goal in the 3-1 defeat. He was +1 for the weekend and now has two goals and an assist for the season.

In 107 games with the Bulldogs and Vipers, the 6-foot-3, 190-pound Calgary native scored 18 goals and 50 assists to go along with 163 penalty minutes.

Colin Greening

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