Simon Fraser University forward Brendan Lamont has been named the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League’s BCHL Grad of the Month for January.
Lamont keyed the Clan attack during the month, scoring four times and adding five assists in seven appearances.
He picked up points in five of those games, including back-to-back three-point performances in a pair of wins over Vancouver Island University. His nine points came during a month where Simon Fraser surged to a 5-1-0-1 record.
The 23-year old has been a consistent offensive performer for SFU since joining the team for the 2015/16 BCIHL campaign. He led the team with 25 points last season and currently sits third in Clan scoring with 16 points through 19 games.
Lamont played four years in the BCHL, initially signing with the Merritt Centennials prior to the 2011/12 season. He suited up in 129 games over two seasons in Merritt before joining the Trail Smoke Eaters and then the Penticton Vees.
The Langley product was traded to Coquitlam in January of 2014 and had his best season with the Express, scoring 25 goals and adding 38 assists during the 2014/15 season. His 63 points that year were the 14th most in the BCHL. His overall totals in the league included 48 goals and 136 points in 268 regular season and playoff games.