Brody Willms’ perfect weekend was recognized by the Western Hockey League on Monday.
After picking up back-to-back shutout wins this past weekend, the Moose Jaw Warriors’ netminder was named WHL Goaltender of the Week for the second time this season.
Willms had to make just 35 combined saves between the two games, but while he wasn’t the busiest goaltender, he made some key stops to allow his team to pick-up two big wins, knocking off the Lethbridge Hurricanes, 2-0, on Friday and the Kootenay Ice, 6-0, on Saturday.
This is the first time in Willms’ WHL career that he’s had shutouts in two straight games. He has four clean slates this season.
The 19-year-old goalie is 30-7-1-2 through 41 appearances this season. He has a 2.94 goals against average and a 0.902 save percentage.
The Warriors return to the ice for three games against the Regina Pats this week, starting on Wednesday in the Queen City.