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Michal Stinil NAHL South Div Player Of The Week

Photo courtesy of Rebekah Bing photography: Lone Star Brahmas forward named NAHL / Bauer Hockey South Division Star Of The Week.

 

Lone Star Brahmas forward Michal Stinil was named the NAHL / Bauer Hockey South Division Star of the Week.

The 6’ 0” – 175 pound native of Decin, Czech Republic racked up four points in the Brahmas sweep of the Odessa Jackalopes at NYTEX Sports Centre. In game one on Friday night, opened the scoring 13:41 into the first on his way to a three point night and a 3-1 Brahmas win.

Just 43 seconds later Stinil picked up the secondary assist on Blake Evennou’s eventual game winning goal. His third point of the night came with another secondary assist on Matt Guerra’s second period tally. Both of Stinil’s assists came on the power play.

Saturday night Stinil scored a power play goal of his own 1:00 minute into the second period. Lone Star would go on to win a wild one 7-5 to complete the sweep and vault the Brahmas last place in the South Division to fourth place just three points behind third place Shreveport.

Stinil has logged nine points on the season with 5G-4A in 10 games played on the season. Two of his five goals have come on the power play. He is also a +2 and has recorded 27 penalty minutes so far.

Photo courtesy of Rebeka Bing Photography: Austin Grzenia South Division Player of the Week Honorable Mention.

Austin Grzenia also had a big weekend earning South Division Player of the Week Honorable Mention. The Macomb, MI native brings a physical presence to the ice with his 6’ 1” – 196 pound frame.

While he was held off the score sheet on Friday night, Grzenia was front and center in game two. He accounted for 2G-1A in the contest helping the Brahmas to a 7-5 win in their biggest offensive output of the season.

Grzenia’s firs goal came on the power play at 1:28 of the second period. After the Jackalopes had scored three straight to pull within one goal, Grzeia opened the third period with a goal to push Lone Star’s lead back to two. He would add the only assist on a Jack Sampson insurance goal late in the third.

In seven games played so far this season, Grzenia has five points on 3G-2A to go along with a +2 and six penalty minutes. One of his three goals have come via the power play.

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