CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. —
A Charlottetown Islander and a resident of China Level, P.E.I., have been acknowledged for his or her work within the classroom.
Noah Laaouan, a 19-year-old defenceman with the Islanders, and Logan Kelly-Murphy, a blue-liner with the Cape Breton Eagles, are their respective groups’ Scholastic gamers of the month for January.
The Quebec Main Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) not too long ago introduced the recipients for every group.
Each are enterprise college students with Laaouan, a Halifax native, finding out at UPEI and Kelly-Murphy, who turns 20 subsequent week, attending Cape Breton College.
Two different gamers with Island connections had been additionally acknowledged.
Carter Murchison, a 16-year-old ahead, obtained the award for the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies.
Murchison is the son of former Summerside D. Alex MacDonald Ford Western Capital Bruce Murchison, and his grandmother, Judy Murchison, is a former group president of the Caps. The Capitals drafted him within the sixth spherical in 2020, however he made the Huskies out of camp after being a third-round decide within the QMJHL.
Murchison is a Grade 11 scholar at Charles P. Allen Excessive Faculty in Bedford, N.S., and is finding out on-line.
Angus Sales space, a 16-year-old defenceman, earned the honour for the Shawinigan Cataractes. The Islanders drafted Sales space within the fourth spherical of the 2020 drafted and traded him to Shawinigan for a second-round decide in 2022 in August.
Sales space is within the secondary 5 program at Académie les Estacades.