Forwards Justin Kendall and Kevin Dineen were both honored by the NAHL for their strong play this past weekend.
Kendall, a native of nearby Holmen, WI, had his best weekend thus far in his young junior hockey career. It started Friday night against the Minnesota Wilderness – the defending Robertson Cup Champions – in Cloquet, MN where he contributed two of the four Chill goals. On Saturday night Kendall and the the Chill returned home for the first time since January 23rd in front of a full crowd looking to best the Austin Bruins in the season series. Kendall came up big including assisting on Larry Jungwirths goal in the first and scoring the tying goal in the third to force overtime. With four points on the weekend, Kendall now has 14 points on the season including seven goals and seven assists.
Dineen, native of Fairbault, MN, finally found his groove since joining the Chill organization at the end of December. Friday night against the Wilderness he provided three helpers on four of the Chill goals, and another Saturday night against the Bruins. In 12 games played with Coulee Region, Dineen now has two goals and six assists.