Chilliwack Chief alum wins award in National Collegiate Hockey Conference

Abbotsford’s Kohen Olischefski enjoyed the finest weekend of his NCAA hockey career.

Chilliwack Chiefs alum and current University of Denver player Kohen Olischefski has been named Forward of the Week in the National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC).

Playing for the No. 4 ranked Pioneers in a pair of games against the University of Miami (Ohio) last weekend, the Abbotsford native produced three goals and five points.

Olischefski tallied twice in a 3-2 win Friday and potted a goal with two assists in a 5-2 win Saturday.

The junior is enjoying a career-best season, with eight goals and 17 points in 26 games. In 101 career games at the U of Denver, Olischefski has 17 goals and 36 points.

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