Zaremba earns MASCAC top honor for PSU Men’s Hockey
Panther senior helped Panthers regain first place
PLYMOUTH, N.H. – A senior on the Plymouth State University men's ice hockey team was recognized Monday with top weekly recognition from the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC).
Senior assistant captain Chris Zaremba was named MASCAC Player of the Week for his efforts in a pair of wins last week. Zaremba was a key component who helped the Panthers win two games and move back into first place in the MASCAC.
A 5'8", 170-pound forward, Zaremba tallied three goals in PSU's 2-0 week, including a power play marker and a game-winner. He scored once in Thursday's 4-2 win over Westfield State and added two more goals, including the game-winner, in Saturday's 4-3 triumph over Framingham State. His third-period power play goal against Framingham ended up as the game-winner.
Zaremba, who missed four games earlier this season, has played in 16 games and ranks second on the team with eight goals and tied for fifth with 12 points (8-4-12). Three of his eight goals were game-winners.
Plymouth State, 12-6-2 overall, is atop the MASCAC standings with a 9-3-2 league mark with four games remaining. PSU has a week off before returning to the ice this Saturday, Feb. 11, with a visit to Salem State University.
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