One Rebels Player Named Second Star, Another Receives Honorable Mention

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JAMESTOWN – For their performances in their series against the New Jersey Titans, Rebels winger Liam Hansson was named the NAHL’s Eastern Division Second Star of the Week and goaltender Noah West was given an honorable mention on Tuesday. 

Hansson finished the two game series vs. the Titans with six points.






In Friday’s game, Hansson scored two goals and added two assists in Jamestown’s 5-2 victory. In game number two Saturday, Hansson tallied a pair of assists which helped the Rebels walk out with a 5-3 win.

This season in 43 games played, the Bergen, Norway native has scored eight goals and has 28 points. Between the pipes for both games of the series, West posted a 0.944 save percentage, finishing with 84 saves on 89 shots faced.



So far this season, the Roberts Wesleyan committed athlete is 14-21-0-1 in 37 games. West is allowing 2.60 goals per game, has a 0.919 save percentage and has posted a pair of shutout victories for Jamestown.

The Rebels will return to action on Friday night at 7 p.m., in which they will be on the road to take on the Maryland Black Bears, who are currently holding the final playoff spot in the East.











Jamestown will go into that series in fifth-place in the Eastern Division.

 

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