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NCDC 2023-24 Atlantic Division Players Of The Week

Week of Feb. 8, 2024

Games of Feb. 1-7, 2024

 

By Joshua Boyd / NCDCHockey.com 

 

Forward: Will Rassier, Mercer Chiefs

Rassier (‘04/Princeton, N.J.) had his best run of games since joining the Chiefs out of the NAHL in November, posting four goals and an assist in the last three games, including a 2-1-3 line to start February. He helped the Chiefs sweep the Jersey Hitmen to kick off the month. Rassier currently has 13 points in 17 games. Rassier also led the team in plus-minus with a +3.  

Defense: Camden Carver, Mercer Chiefs

Carver (‘04/Detroit, Mich.) put up two assists over the start of February, and his 17 takeaways were good for second on the team during the sweep of the Hitmen. Carver joined the Chiefs out of the prestigious Belle Tire AAA and Victory Honda AAA programs. In 31 games, he has nine assists for the season. 

Goaltender: Chace Hale, Rockets Hockey Club

The third-year NCDC veteran Hale (‘03/Pittsburgh, Pa.) had one of his best NCDC weekends of his career, first stopping all 44 shots from the defending Dineen Cup Champion P.A.L. Jr. Islanders in the first of two games. In the second, he stopped 31 of 32 for a 4-1 victory to complete the sweep. For the season, he has five victories and he also holds a .905 save percentage for his career. 

Rookie*: Nick Jarmain, Rockets Hockey Club 

Jarmain (‘05/Moorestown, N.J.) scored a goal and added two assists for three points against the P.A.L. Jr. Islanders this past weekend. Jarmain is on a three-game scoring streak and has improved to 13 points in 37 games this year. Jarmain joined the Rockets out of The Hill School, where he also played with current Rocket Caden Olenczak. 

 

* = ’04 or younger / 10 Tier II games or less in prior seasons

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