Pargac Named Rookie of the Month by FHL

Winston-Salem, NC - The Federal Hockey League released it's monthly awards for December on Friday and Carolina's Jiri Pargac was named Rookie of the Month by the league.

Pargac, a native of Novy Jicin in the Czech Republic, earned the award with a 10 goal and 18 point effort effort over 11 games played during December. After returning to the lineup December 7th from an injury and accumulating no points, Pargac then went on a tear registering points in the next 10 games straight including back-to-back multi goal games against Mentor on December 28 and 29.

Pargac finished the month on a 10-game point streak, a 4-game goal streak, and six goals and nine points over his last four games. Pargac also notched two game winning goals in December, both coming against the Elmira Enforcers.

Pargac is the second monthly award winner the Thunderbirds have had this season. Henry Dill won goaltender of the month for the month of November.