Former Los Angeles Jr. King Trevin Kozlowski was named the Atlantic Hockey Association (AHA) Goaltender of the Month for November.
A junior at West Point, Kozlowski backstopped Army to a seven-win month, forging a 7-2-0 record in nine November games.
He was a primary factor in Army’s impressive penalty-kill streak which came to an end after 683 minutes and 48 straight penalties killed and the league’s top-ranked scoring defense.
Over the month, he led the league in wins, ranked third in goals-against average and fifth in save percentage.
Kozlowski had two separate three-game win streaks in the month - all league games which helped vault Army to a tie atop the AHA standings. He had at least 20 saves in six of nine games with his season-high 35 coming in a 4-1 win at American International College on Nov. 26.