Rapid City's Boron Named Oakley Goalie of the Week


Rapid City’s Tim Boron Named Oakley CHL Goaltender of the Week

GLENDALE, AZ (January 15, 2013) –The Central Hockey League announced today that Rapid City Rush goaltender Tim Boron has been named the Oakley Central Hockey League Goaltender of the Week for the period ending January 13, 2013.   

In recognition of his achievement, Boron will receive a special gift from Oakley.  To learn more about all of Oakley’s products, visit www.oakley.com

Boron was spectacular in his two appearances last week beating the Wichita Thunder by a 3-1 score on back-to-back nights.  On Friday, the Winnipeg native made 35 saves including stopping all 23 shots he saw in the second and third periods combined.  On Saturday, he outdid his previous night’s performance with a 42-save effort including a perfect 16-save third period.  He combined to stop 77 of the 79 shots he faced helping the Rush to back-to-back wins for the first time since early December.

CHL Goaltending Leaders

On the season, Boron is 11-7-2 with a 2.65 goals against average (sixth in the CHL) and a .921 save percentage (fourth in the CHL).


Oakley CHL Goaltender of the Week
Tim Boron, Rapid City Rush 
(Weekly Totals)
Games Played: 2
Record: 2-0-0
GAA: 1.00
Goals Allowed: 2
Saves: 77
Save %: 0.975

Oakley CHL Goaltender of the Week Previous Winners

Oct. 23- Steve Silverthorn, Allen Americans
Oct. 30- Joe Palmer, Quad City Mallards
Nov. 6- Kevin Regan, Wichita Thunder
Nov. 13- Ian Keserich, Tulsa Oilers
Nov. 20- Kieran Millan, Denver Cutthroats
Nov. 27- Mathieu Corbeil, Missouri Mavericks
Dec. 4- Kristofer Westblom, Fort Worth Brahmas
Dec. 11- Kevin Regan, Wichita Thunder
Dec. 18- Aaron Dell, Allen Americans
Dec. 25- Torrie Jung, Wichita Thunder
Jan. 1- Neil Conway, Quad City  Mallards
Jan. 8- Mike Clemente, Missouri Mavericks
Jan. 15- Tim Boron, Rapid City Rush
 



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