Michael Hails receives his MVP plaque.

Michael Hails ‘mane’ man for Lions

Former Glacier Kings goalie is MVP as Lindenwood University wins conference championship

Former Comox Valley Glacier Kings goalie Michael Hails is enjoying a terrific freshman year at Lindenwood University. On Feb. 21-22, he led the Lions to the 2015 Central States Collegiate Hockey League Conference tournament championship.

Hails, who played for the G-Kings in 2012-13 and 2013-14, was named tourney MVP. The 20-year-old Coldstream, B.C. native finished the tournament 2-0-0 with a sparkling 1.37 GAA and .959 save percentage.

Lions’ assistant coach Mark Abney notes Hails stopped 31 of 32 shots in a 2-1 overtime win over #2 seed Robert Morris and 40 of 42 in a 3-2 win over #1 seed Ohio.

“Michael finished the regular season with a 9-2-0 record, 2.34 GAA and .930 save percentage. He also had a great start in the classroom, earning a perfect 4.0 grade point average.” Abney added.

 

Lindenwood University (in St. Charles, Missouri) now turns its attention to the American Collegiate Hockey Association Div. 1 national championships.

 

 

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