Prince Rupert's Frank Slubowski continues to impress in NCAA hockey at the University of Western Michigan.

Slubowski named CCHA rookie of the month

Prince Rupert Minor Hockey product Frank Slubowski continues to receive accolades competing for the University of Western Michigan Broncos.

Prince Rupert Minor Hockey product Frank Slubowski continues to receive accolades competing for the University of Western Michigan Broncos in the NCAA.

Slubowski, who is in his first year with the team after competing in the BCHL,was named the Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) Rookie of the month for February. During that time he had a record of 4-3-1 with a .917 save percentage and an impressive 1.87 goals against average. During the four wins, Slubowski allowed just four goals and allowed just seven even strength goals during the eight games.

So far this season Slubowski has logged over 1,500 minutes in net with a save percentage of .904 and a goals against average of 2.16. Slubowski finished third among goaltenders in the CCHA in terms of goals against average, eighth is save percentage and sixth in winning percentage.

The Broncos finished tied for second in the CCHA standings with a 14-10-4 record and 50 points, just four points back of first place Ferris.

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