Daniel Ryder named the CHL Player of the Week

By pbadmin

CHL Press Release

Toronto – The Canadian Hockey League announced today that Peterborough Petes forward Daniel Ryder is the CHL Player of the Week.

Ryder was named the CHL’s Player of the Week after scoring six goals and 11 points in two games last week. Ryder improved his season totals to six goals and seven assists for 13 points in four games which leaves him tied for first in OHL scoring. Ryder led the Petes with two goals and four assists in a 7-2 win over the visiting Oshawa Generals and followed that effort with a four goal performance in a 5-1 win over the Ottawa 67’s. Ryder potted a shorthanded goal in both games and earned first star selection in both contests.

Brett Robertson of the Prince George Cougars was the WHL Player of the Week after scoring three goals and nine points in four games. Charles-Antoine Messier of the Baie-Comeau Drakkar was the QMJHL’s Offensive Player of the Week after the 18 year-old had four goals and seven points, including a game-winner and a shorthanded marker. Ryan Mior of the P.E.I. Rocket was the QMJHL’s Defensive Player of the Week as well as the ADT CHL Goaltender of the Week after registering two wins, including his first shutout, while posting a 1.00 goals-against-average.

2006-07 CHL Players of the Week

Oct 2 – Daniel Ryder, Peterborough Petes