Book named SFMAAAHL Sec­ond Star in Novem­ber

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Novem­ber’s Third Star goes to a sec­ond year for­ward from the Notre Dame Hounds. Maeve McGauley was the of­fen­sive leader for a Notre Dame team that posted six wins dur­ing the month. McGauley reg­is­tered 19 points over eight games.

In four of the eight games, McGauley recorded four points, which cat­a­pulted her to the top of the SFMAAAHL’s scor­ing race. The 15-year-old prod­uct of Wilcox has eas­ily sur­passed her 2012-13 to­tals and will be looked upon to lead the Hounds as they work to move into a po­si­tion in the top four of the league’s standings.

Jasey Book, a fif­teen year-old rookie goal­tender from Lore­burn, has been named Novem­ber’s Sec­ond Star. The Swift Cur­rent Wild­cat’s goal­tender went un­de­feated in Novem­ber win­ning all four of her starts in­clud­ing one shutout win.

Book stopped 104/110 shots faced this month help­ing the Wild­cats to a 6- 2 record in Novem­ber. Book added to her im­pres­sive sta­tis­tics with two shootout wins. Over the course of the two shootouts Book stopped 16 of 17 shoot­ers she faced. De­spite her rookie sta­tus, Book has pro­vided the Wild­cats with a for­mi­da­ble pres­ence in net.

The First Star of Novem­ber goes to Jes­sica Vance, the vet­eran goal­tender for the Prince Al­bert Bears. In ad­di­tion to pro­vid­ing Team Saskatchewan with ex­cel­lent goal­tend­ing at the Na­tional Cham­pi­onships in early Novem­ber, Vance con­trib­uted to help a young Bears squad ex­pe­ri­ence a suc­cess­ful month.

Vance posted wins in all four of her starts in­clud­ing two shutouts. Her strong play re­sulted in a .962 save per­cent­age and a 1.22 GAA in Novem­ber.

Vance is in her fourth sea­son back­stop­ping the Bears. She has been a calm­ing and sta­bi­liz­ing force for the 2013-14 Bears while pro­vid­ing the lead­er­ship ex­pected of one of the league’s most ex­pe­ri­enced play­ers.

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