WAKEFIELD, Mass. -- University of Maine sophomore forward Devin Shore (Ajax, Ontario) was named the Hockey East Warrior Hockey Player of the Week on Monday, Dec. 16. Shore scored a goal and dished out five assists as Maine swept AIC in a weekend series. It is the second time this season that Shore has been honored, as he was named co-player of the week on Nov. 25.
Shore scored a goal and added four assists in Maine's 7-1 win over American International on Friday night. The five points were a new career high for Shore.
Shore added an assist on Saturday night as he extended his points streak to seven games. Over than span he has six goals eight assists for 14 points.
Shore leads the Black Bears in scoring with seven goals and 12 assists for 19 points. Shore and the Black Bears return to action on Saturday, Dec. 28 when they face Princeton in the first game of the Florida College Classic.
Aaron began his career at WVII in March of 2008. He attended Old Town High School, where he graduated in 2004. From there he moved on to the New England School of Communications, majoring in Sports Broadcasting and Journalism. Originally a sports radio major, Aaron co-hosted a weekly sports radio show on WHSN called This Week in Sports while also doing play by play and color commentary of Husson Eagle sporting events. He also spent a semester as the stations sports director. After his sophomore year he realized he had run out of radio classes to take, so he began taking TV courses while also working at Stephen King’s sports station WZON. Aaron graduated from NESCom in May of 2008 with a degree in communications, and was named the top broadcast journalist of his class. Since joining ABC-7 and Fox Bangor he has won multiple Maine Association of Broadcasting Awards.
In his free time Aaron likes, surprise, to watch sports and play sports. From mountain climbing to basketball, there are very few sports Aaron doesn’t enjoy. He also likes traveling when he gets the chance, and is happy he has been able to pursue his passion for sports while staying close to his family. You can follow him on Twitter at @AaronRJackson, and you can catch him weeknights at 6, 10 and 11 on ABC-7 and Fox Bangor. He can also be reached via email at [email protected].