The BC Hockey League (BCHL) announced the Three Stars for the month on Tuesday, with Penticton Vees forwards Bradly and Josh Nadeau named the First and Second Stars of October.
Bradly, 17, racked up 24 points (13, 18A) in 14 games. The winger registered five game-winning goals, including two in overtime. He also scored six power play goals. Bradly was recently named the Second Star of the Week, for the week ending October 30th. He was also named the First Star of the Week back on October 17th. The University of Maine commit leads the BCHL with 31 points (13G, 18A) in 14 games. Bradly leads the BCHL in goals and assists. He is currently riding a 14-game point streak and has scored in each of his last five games.
Josh, 19, had 27 points (9G, 18A) in 14 games. He was named the Third Star of the Week, for the week ending October 30th after he put up seven points (4G, 3A) in three games. He was also named the First Star of the Week on October 4th. He has points in nine-straight games. Josh Nadeau sits second in the BCHL in scoring. His 18 assists are tied with younger brother Bradly for most in the BCHL. Josh too is committed to Maine.
Forward Aydar Suniev (10G, 10A) and defenceman Ryan Hopkins (5G, 11A) received Honourable Mentions.
NOTE: All games up to this point were considered by the BCHL, including those played at the end of the September.