What a month it was for Broncos netminder Reid Dyck as he has been named the WHL’s Goalie of the Month.

The Boston Bruins prospect was named Goalie of the Week twice in the month of February, earning the honours on the week of February 5, and then again on the week of February 26.

Through 10 starts in February, Dyck earned a 9-0-1-0 record to go along with a 1.81 goals-against-average, and a .931 save percentage, with one shutout. His shutout was a 26-save effort on February 2 in Regina. His monthly high was a 33-save victory against Red Deer on February 6.

Over the month, Dyck only allowed three goals or more twice and allowed one goal or less in four games.

On the season, Dyck is now up to a 19-6-2-0 record, a .915 save percentage, and a 2.59 goals-against-average in 28 appearances this season.

The Broncos hit the road this weekend to take on Red Deer and Edmonton on Friday and Saturday.