Beck rookie of the week

Alaska Nanooks forward Colton Beck was named the league
Alaska Nanooks forward Colton Beck was named the league's rookie of the week after an impressive weekend.
— image credit: photo courtesy of Paul McCarthy

Colton Beck was named the Central Collegiate Hockey Association rookie of the week after a multi-point weekend.

Beck, a freshman left-winger for the Alaska Nanooks, scored twice and added an assist in a 5-1 victory over the Alaska Anchorage Seawolves last Friday.

He followed that up the next night with a shootout goal the next night in helping the Nanooks retain the Alaska Airlines Governor’s Cup for in-state bragging rights between the two hockey teams.

The 20-year-old Beck, who played his junior A hockey with his hometown Langley Chiefs, has four goals and 12 assists in 34 games.

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