Dauphin’s Guillaume Naud heads up ice with the puck Sunday in Neepawa. (CHARLES TWEED/BRANDON SUN)
Dauphin Kings sniper Guillaume Naud has been named the Manitoba Junior Hockey League’s player of the week.
The 20-year-old Quebec native, who was named the MJHL’s most valuable player last week, had two goals and eight points in four games for the league-leading Kings. Naud has 28 goals and 79 points in 57 games this season.
Neepawa Natives forward Drake Lindsay, 17, was named a runner-up for this week’s award.
The Kings (44-11-2), who have won 17 games in a row, remain ranked fourth in the country in the latest Canadian Junior A hockey rankings.
» Brandon Sun
Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition February 26, 2013