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Ravens’ Porowski named CIS rookie of the year

Mitch Porowski Rookie of the Year

Mitch Porowski (Ottawa) was named CIS rookie of the year in men’s hockey at the All Canadian banquet held in Saskatoon Wednesday night.  He becomes the first major award winner from Carleton University since the Ravens entered OUA hockey in 2007. Coach Marty Johnston was thrilled of the recognition and thought it was well deserved. “His consistent dominance in the offensive zone protecting the puck and driving the net made him an impact player throughout the season.”

Mitch led the Ravens in goals, points, power play goals and game winning goals and ranked 1st in goals and second in scoring in the playoffs.  In his inaugural OUA campaign Porowski collected 19 goals and 19 assists which was tops among east division rookies, 14 points ahead of second place. His 38 points ranked the arts student sixth overall in the OUA.

“Mitch had an outstanding season, he was a factor both on the power play leading the OUA in PP goals and 5 on 5 leading our forwards in plus minus during the regular season.  We expect Mitch to continue his progress next year having gone through a full season in the CIS.” Johnston added.

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