An Okotoks Oiler forward has been named the Pizza 73 AJHL Player of the Week.
Owen MacNeil had eight points, including one goal and seven assists in three Oiler wins from November 20-26.
The 2003-born forward from Calgary is in his rookie season in the AJHL.
MacNeil extended his active point streak to four games and 11 points last week as the Oilers also extended their win streak to five games.
Okotoks is 6-0-1 in their last seven contests with four of the games in that span going to overtime.
MacNeil recorded three assists in a 5-1 win over the host Calgary Canucks on Monday, November 20.
He opened the scoring on Friday, November 24 against the Olds Grizzlys scoring what turned out to be the winning goal in a 7-0 shutout.
It was MacNeil's third consecutive three-point game with a goal and three assists.
He added two assists in a 5-4 overtime win over the second-place Sherwood Park Crusaders on November 25 and earned the Viterra AJHL Player of the Game award.
Brody Mortensen of the Canmore Eagles is the Alberta Ford Dealers AJHL Defensive Player of the Week with a six-point performance in back-to-back wins.
For a third time this season, Logan Sawyer of the Brooks Bandits is the Inter Pipeline AJHL Rookie of the Week.
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