FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CALGARY, AB – Future Considerations Hockey today announced Noah Juulsen of the Everett Silvertips as the Crash Conditioning draft eligible Defenseman of the month for January.
Juulsen was impressive for the Silvertips over the course of 12 games in January. The 17-year-old Abbotsford, BC native recorded two goals and 12 assists. He now has six goals and 40 points in 49 games this season.
“Juulsen continues to exceed expectations this season,” Future Considerations WHL head scout Zenon Herasymiuk said. “As a sophmore blueliner he has taken on a big role with the Everett Silvertips and has become an integral part of their defensive group. We love his raw physicality and strength, but his rapid improvement in his transition game is another contributing factor to his rise up the draft boards.”
Juulsen is currently 48th in Future Considerations’ midterm ranking for the 2015 NHL Draft.
Also considered for the award was Loïk Léveillé of the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles. Léveillé had three goals and 13 points in 12 games.
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JANUARY — Noah Juulsen — Everett Silvertips
DECEMBER — Ivan Provorov — Team Russia
NOVEMBER — Nicolas Meloche — Baie-Comeau Drakkar
OCTOBER — Ivan Provorov — Brandon Wheat Kings
SEPTEMBER — Ryan Pilon — Brandon Wheat Kings