Brady Hjelle Named CCHA Goaltender of the Week

January 29, 2013 at 11:00a    by Chris Lauderback    
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Ohio State's senior goaltender, Brady Hjelle, continued his outstanding season with three goals allowed against 64 saves in OSU's two-game sweep of Lake Superior State. The award was Hjelle's fourth of the year and he's currently ranked third in the NCAA with a 1.60 goals-against average and is 2nd in the nation with a .946 save percentage.


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Dougger's picture

What da Hjelle?!
Impressive! only allowed four goals once and three goals once. hopefully they get more W's!

I like football

NC_Buckeye's picture

Anyone catch the games against Lake Superior last weekend? Saturday they put a butt whooping on the Lakers (6-1). Jellie was most impressive.
Wished I still lived back home; I'd have season tickets.

William's picture

Went to a ton of games last year, but I haven't been to one yet this year. I'll probably catch the series against Notre Dame this week. Had no idea Hjelle was having such a great season though. 

Haybucks's picture

Don't forget your teddy bear!  
The 3rd-annual Teddy Bear Toss donations to the Ronald McDonald House is Saturday.
http://www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com/sports/m-hockey/spec-rel/012913aaa.html
 
 

The time to stop talking is when the other person nods his head affirmatively, but says nothing. - Henry S. Haskins

 

Hovenaut's picture

Congrats to the young man, nice to see some OSU ice hockey news. Here's to continued success.

toledobuckeyefanjim's picture

Keep those wins coming, Buckeye icemen.

buckeyedude's picture

Good work, young man!

 

 

bigbadbuck's picture

I just watched the game today on BTN........is his last name pronounced Jelly?  For some reason I couldn't understand the announcer when they said his name.... Also was i right when i heard that this is the last year of the CCHA?..What is going to happen next year?

prevetbuck's picture

I'm pretty sure (but not 100% positive) it is pronounced basically like "jelly".
 
And as of next year, there will be Big Ten Hockey.

Haybucks's picture

Yep, goodbye CCHA and some pretty good rivalries, especially with Miami.  Hello B1G Hockey with Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Ohio State, Penn State and Wisconsin.  Each team will play the 5 others four times for 20 conference games.  This will let each team have a 2-game weekend series home and home with all teams.  It's about as fair a setup as you can hope for.
Bowling Green, Ferris State, Lake Superior, Miami, Northern Michigan, Notre Dame and Western Michigan are non-conference opponents now.  
Hopefully, the BTN will be scheduling weekly air time for conference games next year!

The time to stop talking is when the other person nods his head affirmatively, but says nothing. - Henry S. Haskins

 

NC_Buckeye's picture

Upvote for this:

Hopefully, the BTN will be scheduling weekly air time for conference games next year!