One former Valley Jr Warriors player has enjoyed quite a rookie season at Suffolk University!
Jeff Rose, who served as a netminder for the Warriors during the 2006-07 season, was named the Goalie of the Year by the ECAC Northeast
Hockey League. Rose was also a first team All-ECAC Northeast Conference
finished the 2009-10 season with one of the best statistical seasons ever put
together by a Suffolk netminder. His .919 save percentage and 2.68
goals against average was the best in Suffolk program history, while
his 11 victories in goal were the second most ever. Rose set the
previous record with 13 wins in 2007-08 during his freshman campaign.
are very proud of Jeff’s accomplishments and recognition this past
season. He has been a tremendous leader for our team both on and off
the ice, both in practice and in games. Every night he gave our team an
opportunity to win with his play, and his efforts and leadership skills
made us a better team overall,” said Suffolk Hockey Head Coach Chris Glionna.
finished the year ranked second in the league in save percentage, fifth
in goals against average and fourth in winning percentage (.568) with
an overall record of 11-8-3. Rose was named ECAC Goalie of the Week
consecutively during the final three weeks of the season, and once
before on January 4. That week Rose was also named Cod Fish
Bowl Tournament Most Valuable Player. During the two-day tournament
Rose stopped 83 of the 87 shots he faced, including a 52 save effort in
the Championship Game, a 2-1 victory over host UMass.-Boston.
Rose also served as an Assistant Captain for the Rams this past season.
To learn more about the VJW Junior A & B programs, please contact Andy Heinze at email@example.com.