Air Force sophomore Jacques Lamoureux was named the Atlantic Hockey Association Player of the Week for his performance in four games last week. The award is his third of the season and the seventh weekly honor earned by an Air Force player this season.
The center from Grand Forks, N.D., had six points, including five goals, in four games last week. Lamoureux scored three power play goals and leads the nation with 11 PPG. He scored the game-winner against UConn, Jan. 3, with three minutes remaining in the Falcons’ 4-3 victory in Storrs, Conn. The game-winner was his fifth of the season which leads the nation. He scored two goals in that game and then added two more in the 3-2 loss at Yale, Jan. 4. He is second in the nation with 17 goals and ranks third with 30 points.
Air Force, ranked 14th in the nation with a 15-4-1 overall record, is off until Jan. 16-17 when the Falcons, first in the AHA with a 12-1-1 mark, host Canisius in a two-game league series at 7:05 p.m. each night at Cadet Ice Arena.
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