The Merrimack College men's hockey group declared its yearly finish of season grants over the range of four days, which finished Thursday evening with the last honor uncovered via online entertainment.
Max Newton, Mac Welsher, Hugo Ollas and Jordan Seyfert all procured grants for the Warriors from the past season. Newton was selected the group's most important player, while Welsher was named the uncelebrated yet truly great individual of the year, Ollas was selected thelatest phenom and Seyfert was respected with the Tim Burke grant for diligence, sturdiness and devotion to the program.
Newton accumulated perhaps the most productive hostile seasons for the school in the beyond long term. He had 38 focuses on the mission on account of 14 objectives and 24 helps, which tied for the most places in a solitary season at Merrimack in the beyond 11 years. He was reliably one of the top go head to head men in all of the NCAA and finished with a .601 achievement rate, which was the seventh-best in the country among those qualified. He likewise got four show of dominance objectives and obstructed 23 shots.
Welsher transformed into a consistent presence in the Warrior setup as a last six forward. He finished the year with a .481 achievement rate at the go head to head speck, had a +1 on-ice rating and counted eight focuses on six objectives and a couple of aides. Three of those objectives came in a similar game, as he ordered a full go-around Feb. 4 against New Hampshire.
One of the top green beans goalies in the entire country, Ollas set up a good foundation for himself as a solid choice between the lines in 2021-22. He finished the season with a 10-6-0 imprint with one shutout, a .920 save rate and a 2.24 objectives against normal. His objectives against normal was the third-best in the NCAA among first year players and he won the beginning position before the year's over and was in objective for Merrimack's season finisher prevail upon Maine.
A story that had created throughout the course of recent years, Seyfert attempted to get back on the ice for the 2021-22 mission and turned in serious areas of strength for a season. He defeated season-finishing wounds during both the 2019-20 and 2020-21 missions and returned this previous winter to score two objectives and add six helps for eight places in 20 appearances. He was additionally offered a public distinction during the Frozen Four weekend, as he was granted the 2022 Hockey Commissioners Association Derek Hines Unsung Hero Award.