SHL Player of the Week – Week 10

Fritz Kronstein

The SHL selected Michigan Gray Wolves D Fritz Kronstein as its Player of the Week.  Kronstein is one of the league’s rising stars, and his two-way skill was on full display this week as he helped his team to a 4-0-1 record.  The 25-year-old blueliner had a 10-point week, including 9 assists, while providing his usual lock-down defense.  With Kronstein leading the way, Michigan outscored opponents 24-3 on the week.

On Saturday, Kronstein had a goal and five assists in the Wolves’ 13-0 mauling of Seattle.  On Tuesday, he had a pair of assists to key a 5-1 win over Kansas City.  On Friday, Kronstein set up the game-tying Hunter Bailes tally as Michigan came from behind to beat Saskatchewan 2-1.

“Strong team defense is the engine that drives this team,” said Wolves coach Ron Wright, “and Fritz is one of the cylinders in that engine.  He’s such a hard-working, unselfish player.  Whatever he can do to help this team win, he does it.”

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