MENU

FIDDLER-SCHULTZ NAMED CENTRAL DIVISON ALL-STAR

The Western Hockey League unveiled their divisional award winners Thursday afternoon. Riley Fiddler-Schultz was named to the Central Division Second All-Star Team.

Fiddler-Schultz finished the 2021-22 campaign with a season’s best in the WHL and a new career high in goals and assists recording 28 goals and 41 assists for 69 points.  Serving as the Calgary Hitmen’s leading scorer, Fiddler-Schultz also was named Player of the Year, Humanitarian of the year and earned the 3 star selection award at the 2021-22 Hitmen Team Awards.

Fiddler-Schultz recently completed his fourth season with the Hitmen after having been drafted by Calgary n the 7th round in the 2017 WHL draft.

Other members of the Second All-Star team include Justin Hall (Lethbridge), Jake Neighbours (Edmonton), Simon Kubicek (Edmonton), Isaac Poulter (Swift Current) and Owen Pickering (Swift Current)

More News
HITMEN SELECT TEN IN 2022 WHL PROSPECTS DRAFT
5 days ago
HITMEN SELECT REESE HAMILTON FOURTH OVERALL IN 2022 PROSPECTS DRAFT
5 days ago
HITMEN MAKE TWO PICKS IN 2022 WHL U.S. PRIORITY DRAFT
6 days ago
Western Hockey League to host 2022 U.S. Priority and Prospects Drafts this week
7 days ago
RE/MAX Presents: WHL Talk Today Game Nights campaign raises nearly $20,000 for CMHA branches in Western Canada
3 weeks ago
3:23
THE 20s - ZIMMERMAN, ALLAN & STEVENSON
4 weeks ago