NOJHL names its Eastlink 3 Stars of the week

SUDBURY, Ont. – The Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League announced Tuesday that forwards Ryan Theriault of the Powassan Voodoos along with Dylan McMahon and Max Khull of the Blind River Beavers have been named its Eastlink TV 3 Stars of the Week for the period ending Nov. 12.

RYAN THERIAULT, (F) POWASSAN VOODOOS – In a pair of outings last week, Theriault had a goal and an assist in each of them helping the league-leading Voodoos secure victories vs. Rayside-Balfour and at Kirkland Lake.

The 20-year-old Hanmer, Ont., product has now scored once, and added a helper, in each of his past four games. He also has points in six straight contests.

Now in his fifth NOJHL campaign, Theriault is approaching 200 games played in the league.

Through his first 196 match-ups he has scored 67 times, assisted on 82 others for 149 points.

DYLAN MCMAHON, (F) BLIND RIVER BEAVERS – The 17-year-old Kanata, Ont., native picked up points in all three contests Blind River played during the time frame, which were a trio of victories for the Beavers.

Wednesday he had a goal in a triumph at the Soo Eagles, assisted on another in a win at Elliot Lake Friday before capping off his efforts with four points, including his first career hat trick as Blind River skated to a road decision at Espanola.

McMahon has now tallied 11 times in 27 games this season and assisted on five others.

Through his first 78 NOJHL contests he has 50 points to his credit on 27 markers and 23 helpers.

MAX KHULL, (F) BLIND RIVER BEAVERS – In two match-ups with Blind River before joining Team NOJHL in preparation for the Eastern Canada Cup All-Star Challenge, Khull struck for five tallies in away wins vs. the Soo Eagles and Elliot Lake.

The 18-year-old from Echo Bay, Ont., currently leads the league in offensive production with 35 points having scored 17 times while helping set-up 18 others.

Khull is also a point-per-game player in the NOJHL throughout his career to date having accumulated 135 points in as many outings on 54 goals and 81 assists.


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Eastlink TV 3 Stars

Week 1
Brandon Gordon, (G) Soo Thunderbirds
Artem Bortovskiy, (G) Hearst Lumberjacks
Max Khull, (F) Blind River Beavers

Week 2
Gregory Trudeau-Paquet, (F) French River Rapids
Dayton Murray, (D) Powassan Voodoos
Garret Boyonoski, (G) Blind River Beavers

Week 3
Jordan Picard, (F) French River Rapids
Zach Bannister, (F) Kirkland Lake Gold Miners
Gregory Trudeau-Paquet, (F) French River Rapids

Week 4
William Bucsis, (F) Elliot Lake Wildcats
Giordano Finoro, (F) Rayside-Balfour Canadians
Noah Bennett, (D) Cochrane Crunch

Week 5
Evan Spencer, (F) Elliot Lake Wildcats
Marshal Nikitin, (F) Kirkland Lake Gold Miners
Carter McPhail, (G) Soo Eagles

Week 6
Harrison Israels, (F) Powassan Voodoos
Nick Techel, (F) Soo Eagles
Jordan Spadafore, (D) Rayside-Balfour Canadians

Week 7
Michael Corson, (G) Blind River Beavers
Tyson Gilmour, (F) Powassan Voodoos
Max Johnson, (F) Hearst Lumberjacks

Week 8
Kyle Herbster, (F) Cochrane Crunch
Jacob Palmerio, (F) Soo Eagles
Eric Jackson, (G) Timmins Rock

Week 9
Ryan Theriault, (F) Powassan Voodoos
Dylan McMahon, (F) Blind River Beavers
Max Khull, (F) Blind River Beavers