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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)

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