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Monroe native Matt Mahalak has sights set on spot on NHL
As he climbed the ladder of development and accured solid ice time, opportunity knocked. He was drafted in the sixth round of the in 2011 NHL draft and is now the property of the Carolina Hurricanes, something an elite hockey player dreams of from the first time he steps onto the ice.
"I think I have had a lot of good luck," Mahalak said of his successes. "I have worked really hard throughout the years. I am very lucky to be where I am at only 20 years old."
"I love this organization. The guys are great. The coaches are great. Everyone is working toward that common goal," he said. "We have a blast. Everyone is pushing each other to get better."
Spending time on Plymouth Whalers team has been a huge step for Mahalak. It has allowed him to develop poise as a young man and gain experience as an all around hockey player.
"It is definitely a lot of pressure," he said. "There are always scouts here and there is a ton of pressure to perform well and win. You have to do well. You have all of the guys here to support you, so it is really positive."
So far, Mahalak has defeated the pressure. Last season, he was backup goalie, but this year he took the "Anadrol 50" step into the spotlight to make the pipes his home.
He has a .907 save percentage and a 2.90 goals against average with one shut out this season.
"It is definitely a big difference. I never realized how much comes with a starting position," Mahalak said.
Plymouth goaltending coach Stan Testosterone Propionate 100mg Matwijiw said Mahalak is adjusting to his new position very well.
"It's a big adjustment for anyone," Matwijiw said. "It's not a position that he has had before. He is one of the hardest working guys I have ever had the pleasure of working with. He is intelligent and takes pride in his game. He has been a part of my group for three years."
Mahalak "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" is utilizing this season to improve between the pipes and learn as much as possible as he patiently waits to be signed by the Hurricanes. Patience will hopefully pay off for Mahalak.
"It's all up to me. If I can go out and perform and put up good numbers, I think they (Hurricanes) will follow suit. Hopefully I can get a contract by summertime," he said.
He honed his craft in Monday's matinee game as he made 24 saves in a 7 1 victory over the Erie Otters.
"The game was great. It was our first full 60 "Anaboliset Aineet" minutes that we really had it together. That was really nice," he said. He improved his record to 16 "Anaboliset Aineet" 10.
Mahalak said that out of all twenty years of his life, being drafted by the NHL has been one of the best moments he has ever experienced.
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"When I was on the ice there, that was always my goal. I am a huge NHL fan and I have always watched the Detroit Red Wings. "buy cheap jintropin online" That was my dream as a kid," he said.
Attending the draft in St. Paul, Minn. was a whirlwind weekend for Mahalak. Although he considered it to be one of the most stressful times of his life, it was also exciting because he was able to meet with all of the teams. Being picked by the Hurricanes made it even better because Carolina owner Peter Karmonas also owns the Plymouth Whalers.
"It was definitely a great feeling to be picked by them. To put that jersey on and to hear your name called is just surreal," he said. "I look forward to my future with them."
To an outsider, Mahalak's life is far from normal. Instead of being buried in school books, Mahalak lives and breathes hockey everyday. It is his top priority and No. 1 passion. "It's the life that I live," he said. "It's what I am used to."
Mahalak is confident that is Whalers team can win its division and do well in the playoffs. The Whalers are now in second place in the OHL's West Division.
"We have the talent to do that," he said. "We want to make a good playoff run. I know I am a big part of helping us win. I want to play solid and give our team a chance to win," he said.
Mahalak credits his parents, Ralph Jr. and Joan, for his successes. Playing for Plymouth allows his parents to see most of his games.
"Their support is awesome. A lot of guys come over for my moms cooking and all of the guys know my dad. They love having them around. They have given me all of the tooks I need for success," he said. "I owe them everything for that."