Hurst Unselfish Play A Hole In One!

by Coach Elliott on February 6, 2006

Senior Tim Hurst has been a big part of the Northview offense for over three years now, and were not just talking about his 6’ 1” and 215 pound stature. The power forward has combined his physical presence along with soft hands to make him one of the Northwest Hockey Conferences most dominant forwards.
Tim came to Northview for his freshman year after deciding against following his older brother Dan to St. Francis. Not only did the Wildcat Icers benefit from this decision, but the golf team did as well. His considerable skills on the golf course helped them reach states during his junior year. Now Tim wants his hockey skills to help the Wildcats hockey team to a state trip of their own. Tim Currently ranks among the top 20 players in Northview history in points.
Tim has always been known for his unselfish play on the ice as he sets up his teammates for goals. But it has been his unselfish attitude in the locker room this year that has helped the Cats to a first place standing in the NHC.

Tim has had to give up some of the limelight of previous years in helping the cats prepare for the state playoffs. With a First team all-league selection from his sophomore season already on his resume he would gladly trade all of those personal awards this year for a league title and a shot at a state final four berth. He currently ranks fourth on the team in points as he and his senior line mates make up one of the most dominant lines in NV history.
Tim should also be commended for his work in the classroom and in his personal life. He is a solid student at Northview and has used the support of his family and friends to make the right call when it comes to the tough decisions that face young people today. Congratulations Tim on a great career at Northview! You have made your family and coaching staff very proud. Good luck with the rest of your season and in the future.

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