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Winterhawks’ Glass named WHL Player of the Week

 

Calgary, AB – The Western Hockey League announced today that Portland Winterhawks forward Cody Glass has been named the WHL Player of the Week for the week ending March 12, 2017.

Glass registered eight points (5G-3A) in four games to help the Winterhawks go 3-1-0-0 and clinch a berth into the 2017 WHL Playoffs.

On Wednesday, March 8, Glass recorded two goals and two assists in a 5-4 win versus Prince George and was named first star as the Winterhawks punched their ticket to the post-season. On Friday, March 10, Glass provided two goals once again, one of which came on a power play and served as the game-winner, earning first-star recognition in a 4-2 win at Spokane. After being held off the scoresheet on Saturday, March 11, in a 6-3 loss versus Seattle, Glass bounced back with another first-star performance the following day, scoring the game-tying goal and setting up the game-winner moments later as the Winterhawks muzzled the Everett Silvertips by a 4-3 margin on Sunday, March 12.

This is the second occasion Glass has been recognized as WHL Player of the Week this season after he was first tabbed with the honour for the week ending October 9, 2016.

Glass

The 17-year-old product of Winnipeg, MB, is enjoying a stellar campaign in this his NHL Draft year. His 93 points rank sixth in WHL scoring, while his 61 assists sit sixth among league leaders as well. In January, he was listed eighth among North American skaters in NHL Central Scouting’s Midterm Rankings for the 2017 NHL Draft and shortly thereafter represented Team Orr at the 2017 Sherwin-Williams CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game in Quebec City.

The 6-foot-2, 179-pound centre is projected as a potential first-round selection at the 2017 NHL Draft.

Originally selected by the Portland Winterhawks in the first round (19th) of the 2014 WHL Bantam Draft, Glass has recorded 120 points (42G-78A) in 135 career WHL regular season games.

WHL Player of the Week
Sept. 23 – Sept. 25: Chad Butcher, Medicine Hat Tigers
Sept. 26 – Oct. 2: Sam Steel, Regina Pats
Oct. 3 – Oct. 9: Cody Glass, Portland Winterhawks
Oct. 10 – Oct. 16: Tyler Benson, Vancouver Giants
Oct. 17 – Oct. 23: Kale Clague, Brandon Wheat Kings
Oct. 24 – Oct. 30: Kailer Yamamoto, Spokane Chiefs
Oct. 31 – Nov. 6: Connor Hobbs, Regina Pats
Nov. 7 – Nov. 13: Adam Brooks, Regina Pats
Nov. 14 – Nov. 20: Alexander True, Seattle Thunderbirds
Nov. 21 – Nov. 27: Jayden Halbgewachs, Moose Jaw Warriors
Nov. 28 – Dec. 4: Sergey Zborovskiy, Regina Pats
Dec. 5 – Dec. 11: Calvin Thurkauf, Kelowna Rockets
Dec. 12 – Dec. 18: Deven Sideroff, Kamloops Blazers
Dec. 26 – Jan. 1: Adam Brooks, Regina Pats
Jan. 2 – Jan. 8: Brayden Burke, Moose Jaw Warriors
Jan. 9 – Jan. 15: Tyler Wong, Lethbridge Hurricanes
Jan. 16 – Jan. 22: Tyler Soy, Victoria Royals
Jan. 23 – Jan. 29: Jake Bean, Calgary Hitmen
Jan. 30 – Feb. 5: Kole Lind, Kelowna Rockets
Feb. 6 – Feb. 12: Mathew Barzal, Seattle Thunderbirds
Feb. 13 – Feb. 19: Ethan Bear, Seattle Thunderbirds
Feb. 20 – Feb. 26: Nick Henry, Regina Pats
Feb. 27 – March 5: Tyler Wong, Lethbridge Hurricanes
March 6 – March 12: Cody Glass, Portland Winterhawks

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