Matt Pufahl named WHL Player of the Week (updated)

The WHL announced today that Tips defenseman Matt Pufahl was named the WHL Player of the week. Pufahl had four goals and two assists last week as the Tips went 3-0-1-0 on their road trip.

So congrats to Mr. Pufahl. I can’t remember the last time an Everett player was named the Player of the Week, so he ended a lengthy drought for the Tips.

—- UPDATE, 2:30 p.m.

Shout out to @thenwchica on Twitter for the assist on this.

The last Everett player to earn Player of the Week honors before Pufahl was Kellan Tochkin for November 15-21, 2010. So it’s been a while.

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