OKLAHOMA CITY – Brendan Williams had a huge month in November to help the Warriors move into 1st place in the South Division, scoring 14 (7G+7A) points in nine games played.
The San Juan Capistrano, California, native earned a +8 rating in his nine November games and increased his season totals to 23 (11G+12A) points in just 17 games played. Williams had three game-winning goals during the month and recorded at least a point in eight of the nine contests and had five multi-point games.
“As a team we had a nice month of November and Brendan led the way offensively for us. His biggest impact offensively is the way he can create time and space for himself with puck protection and his willingness to fight off checks. A lot of his production comes around the net which has been a huge part of our group having success consistently. His positioning and awareness away from the puck in the defensive zone is a big contributing factor to our transition game. We couldn’t be happier for Brendan with how hard he has worked and his commitment to our team’s success,” said Warriors head coach Garrett Roth.
“I’d say what made our team able to have such a great month, is how close our team has become on and off the ice. Every game we know we’re battling for the guy sitting right next to us in the locker room, so I think that has kept everyone motivated to leave it all out there every game,” said Williams. “My goals for the remainder of the season are to commit to an NCAA Division 1 hockey program, but more importantly to win the Robertson Cup.”