ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- Century's Lyncoln Bielenberg-Howarth has been holding court on the ice all season long.
Known as the Law Firm, he's been dismissing goalies like cases this year, leading Class AA in points for juniors with 17 goals and 19 assists in just 15 games.
"It's cool to be leading all juniors in points," he said. "All props to the guys I'm playing around, they're doing it for me. If you watch, it's them. I'm just helping."
Bielenberg-Howarth has been at the heart of the best start to a boys' hockey season in Rochester this year, guiding his team to an 11-3-1 record.
"Lyncoln is an electric player," said Panthers head coach Josh Klingfus. "He brings a lot to the ice, a lot of energy. It all comes to Lyncoln's hard work on and off the ice. Lyncoln wants to become a player after high school, and he will, but he has to continue that progress."
Earlier in the season, the Panthers won the Kiwanis Championship for the second year in a row. LBH had one of his best games of the year -- a two goal, two assist performance.
"Lyncoln is one of those kids that doesn't like to lose. Not at any games," Klingfus said. "Even the little tick tack games that we play, smothering games, you know he's angry when he loses."
"To win [the Kiwanis] two years in a row is pretty impressive," Bielenberg-Howarth said. "It's a team goal that we had, which means it's good for us. It's good to meet your goals and accomplish them."
Now, LBH has his sights set on the state tournament -- something no Double-A Rochester team has done in more than a decade.
"You got to be hungry all the time," he said. "This is our year. We want to get there."
Lyncoln Bielenberg-Howarth of the Century Panthers hockey team is this week's KTTC Athlete of the Week.