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Chilliwack Chiefs forward Dawson Good and Penticton Vees forwards Josh and Bradley Nadeau have been named the BCHL 3 Stars of the Week.
1st Star – Dawson Good (F) – Chilliwack Chiefs
On Friday, the 19-year-old University of Vermont commit scored Chilliwack’s third goal of the game early in the second period and added a pair of assists in a 6-0 win over the Merritt Centennials.
On Saturday, Good broke a 1-1 tie seven minutes into the third frame and added a second just over four minutes later to guide the Chiefs to a 4-1 win over the Coquitlam Express and clinch second place in the Coastal Conference standings.
The 19-year-old is the Chiefs second-leading scorer with 55 points in 51 games, including 37 assists, which is also second on the team.
2nd Star – Josh Nadeau (F) – Penticton Vees
The 2003-born forward scored the game-winning goal Wednesday night in Wenatchee, putting the Vees ahead of the Wild midway through the final frame in a 4-3 Penticton win.
Nadeau picked up where he left off on Friday in a home matchup against the West Kelowna Warriors. He had a goal and two assists, leading a third-period comeback to force overtime in an eventual 4-3 defeat.
On Sunday evening, the University of Maine commit recorded his second straight three-point effort, notching a goal and two helpers in Penticton’s 10-2 home victory over the Merritt Centennials on the final day of the BCHL regular season.
Nadeau finishes the year as the league’s sixth-leading scorer with 72 points in 54 games and second in goals with 40.
3rd Star – Bradley Nadeau (F) – Penticton Vees
The 16-year-old earned first-star of the game honours on Wednesday night in Penticton’s 4-3 win over the Wenatchee Wild. Nadeau scored a power-play goal early in the second to tie the game and assisted on the game-winning goal in the third.
On Friday, he registered a pair of assists in the Vees 4-3 overtime loss to the West Kelowna Warriors. Nadeau finished out the week with a two-goal performance in his team’s 10-2 victory over the Merritt Centennials on the last day of the season.
He finishes his rookie campaign as the Vees third-leading scorer with 46 points in 49 games on 20 goals and 29 assists. Nadeau recorded two points in each of his final four games to close out the year.
Vernon Vipers F Cameron MacDonald: 1GP – 2G – 2A – 4PTS
Cranbrook Bucks G Nathan Airey: 1GP – W – SO – 1.000 SV% – 0.00 GAA
Nanaimo Clippers G Cooper Black: 1GP – W – SO – 1.000 SV% – 0.00 GAA
Chilliwack Chiefs G Cole Savage: 1GP – W – SO – 1.000 SV% – 0.00 GAA