Naylor named BCHL Player of the Month

in regular season

 

January 5, 2020

Nanaimo Clippers goaltender Jordan Naylor has been named the FortisBC Player of the Month for the month of December.

Naylor led the BCHL with a .940 save percentage in the month and was also tops in goals-against average with a mark of 1.83. His two shutouts were also the most in December.

The 19-year-old from Aldergrove, B.C. won four of his eight starts in the month. His best stretch came when he recorded back-to-back shutouts against the Merritt Centennials on Dec. 15 and the Victoria Grizzlies on Dec. 20.

Naylor now leads the BCHL with a .945 save percentage on the season and is tied for the lead with five shutouts. His 1.71 goals-against average is also second-best in the league.

Honourable mentions

Coquitlam Express F Ethan O’Rourke: 8GP – 8G – 4A – 12PTS
Coquitlam Express G Clay Stevenson: 5GP – 5W – .919 SV% – 1.97 GAA
Victoria Grizzlies F Cody Monds: 7GP – 4G – 8A – 12PTS
Powell River Kings G Derek Krall: 7GP – 5W – SO – .933 SV% – 2.19 GAA
Merritt Centennials F Hunor Torzok: 11GP – 10G – 1A – 11PTS
Alberni Valley Bulldogs D Tim Gould: 10GP – 1G – 10A – 11PTS
West Kelowna Warriors D Nicolas Ardanaz: 10GP – 10A – 10PTS