BOSTON, MA -- Nathan Pickett and the New Hampshire Avalanche were a perfect 6-0-0 in the month of March, as they rolled their way to their second consecutive EHL Championship. The '99 native of Auburn, MA was named the MVP of the EHL Playoffs, after posting a 1.17 goals against average to go along with a .958 save percentage. Pickett was a true anchor for his team while standing tall between the pipes in every postseason game.
Looking ahead, Pickett will now set off for Suffolk University this fall, where he will look to carry over the success of his lone season in the EHL. Combined between the regular season and the playoffs, the 6'1 netminder owned a record of 30-2-0, to go along with a 1.57 goals against average, a .942 save percentage, and six shutouts.
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Pickett ('99) was the best player in the EHL during the month of March, going 6-0-0 and holding his opponents to just over a goal per game. (Photo Credit - Dan Hickling/Hickling Images)