Selkirk College forward Dallas Calvin has been named the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League’s BCHL Grad of the Month for November.
Calvin was nearly unstoppable during the month, picking up points in all eight games he played. He scored four goals and collected nine assists in total, and in the process led the Saints to a 5-2-0-1 record to maintain top spot in the league standings.
The 23-year old continues to sit atop the BCIHL scoring race and has a commanding lead on his competition. His 30 points are 13 more than the league’s next highest scorer, and his 20 assists alone trump all other skaters’ point totals.
Calvin played games over five BCHL seasons, initially as an affiliate player with the Trail Smoke Eaters before signing with Vernon at the beginning of the 2013/14 season. He scored eight points in 11 regular season games as a Viper, but his breakout season came as a 20-year old back with his hometown team in Trail.
He dressed in 32 regular season games for the Smoke Eaters during the 2014/15 campaign, scoring 16 times and picking up 29 assists. His 1.41 points per game average was sixth best in the BCHL that season. He committed to Selkirk College at the conclusion of the season and won a BCIHL championship with the Saints as a rookie in 2016.