Pistons goaltender Matt Radomsky has been named Recycle Everywhere MJHL Player of the Week.
Radomsky is in his 2nd year with Steinbach, and the Winnipeg native had a great week posting back-to-back shutouts in his 2 starts. The 18 year old stopped 21 shots during Wednesday’s win over the Dauphin Kings at the 2017 MJHL Showcase. Then he backed that up with a 30 save shutout on Sunday against the Waywayseecappo Wolverines.
“I think my preparation before games has been really successful,” Radomsky said. “Being mentally and physically ready to play, regardless of who we’re playing is crucial.”
Overall, Radomsky has made 18 starts this past year, posting an 11-5-0 record with a 2.75 GAA. He also leads the MJHL with 4 shutouts this year. “Our team has been playing great, so I can’t take all the credit for shutting teams out.”
Radomsky and the Pistons are in Virden this Thursday to take on the Oil Capitals in the final game before the Christmas break. He says that they need to continue to do what has made them successful during this 7 game win streak.
“We need to come out strong by playing our game, playing it simple, fast and physical, and just continuing to wear teams out” Radomsky explained. “I think it’s important we take full advantage of the Christmas break. Guys might be a bit sore, beat up, or injured. So the Christmas break will give us a good amount of time to recharge and re-energize.”