Brendan Furry was named Forward of the Week, Ronnie Attard picked up the award for defensemen and Isaiah Saville was selected among goalies.
The Storm won Friday and Saturday to extend their winning streak to four games, before losing on Sunday. Tri-City is 25-7-1-1 overall.
Saville had a 38-save shutout in Friday’s 3-0 win over the Waterloo Black Hawks.
Furry, from Toledo, Ohio, has 13 points in eight games since joining the Storm from the Omaha Lancers. He had a goal and two assists Friday, then had a goal and three assists in Saturday’s 5-2 win over Waterloo. He had one more assist in Sunday’s 4-2 loss in Omaha.
Attard had a goal and two assists Friday, then added two more assists Saturday and one Sunday. The Western Michigan University commit from White Lake, Michigan, is third among USHL defensemen with 26 points and leads the league in plus-minus at plus-25.
Saville is a University of Nebraska-Omaha commit from Anchorage, Alaska. The former U.S. Junior Select Team goalie is 16-2-1-1 and leads the league in both goals against average (1.64) and save percentage (.939).
Brendahn Brawley made 25 saves in a 7-0 win over the Connecticut RoughRiders. Kevin Brown and Dante Gattone scored two goals each.
Thomas McLaron made 21 saves in a 3-0 win over host Walpole. Nick Daluisio had a goal and an assist. Defense was the key for the four teams that went 2-0 at the showcase.
Thomas Rocco had the game-winning goal and an assist in Friday’s 6-3 win, then another goal and assist in Saturday’s 4-3 shootout victory.
The Northeast Division has just four teams this season, so the Binghamton Junior Senators, Oswego Stampede, Skyland Kings (Stockholm, New Jersey) and Niagara Falls PowerHawks already knew they would participate in the postseason.
LEADERS MEET: The Granite City Lumberjacks used four third-period goals Sunday to beat the St. Louis Junior Blues, 5-2, in a meeting of NA3HL division leaders.
Blake Spetz, from St. Michael, Minnesota, scored twice.
Knierim, a 20-year-old from Chicago, has 22 points in 31 games with the Fighting Saints this season.
Feeney, 20, from Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania, has a 1.73 goals against average over two seasons with the team.
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