Cranbrook’s Tyson Dyck named October High School Player of the Month

Cranbrook Bucks forward Tyson Dyck has been named the October High School Player of the Month, presented by Eligibility Wizard.

This award is for players 18-years-old or younger who are attending high school full time and is based on in-class and on-ice performance.

Dyck averaged a point per game for the Bucks in October, starting his campaign with two goals and an assist on opening night and rolling from there with a five-game point streak to begin the season. He finished with seven points during the month.

The 17-year-old attends Mount Baker Secondary in Cranbrook and is just as impressive in the classroom as he is on the ice. He has recently received several grades of 95 per cent or higher, including such classes as Chemistry, Social Studies, English and Math.

Dyck currently sits in a tie for sixth in league scoring with 19 points in 13 games for a Cranbrook team that finds itself in fourth place in the Interior Conference with a .615 winning percentage.