Foxs Wins League MVP

From The MHL:

The Maritime Junior Hockey League (MHL) is pleased to announce that Stephen Fox of the Amherst Jr. ‘A’ Ramblers is the 2020-21 Player of the Year. The 20-year-old from Newtown, N.S. finished second in league scoring with 28 goals and 31 assists in 34 games played, just two points behind Truro’s Bair Gendunov.
In his final season, Fox’s points per game nearly doubled from 2019-20, from 0.96 to 1.74, which placed him fifth in the MHL. He also took just 20 penalty minutes this season.
Fox led the league in shorthanded goals with five, which helped him to an MHL-best seven shorthanded points.
He was tied for the most powerplay assists in the league with twelve, placing him second in total powerplay points with eighteen. Fox also tallied the most game-winning goals with five.
He was one of three players to have a six-point game this season, including five goals. That single-game goal total was also an individual high in the MHL.
Fox ended the regular season on a nine-game goal-scoring streak, with thirteen in total during that period, which was the longest such streak in 2020-21. He also had an active ten-game point streak, with 25 total points.
Fox was named the Gongshow Top Forward for March/April after racking up 25 points in eleven games for the Ramblers down the stretch. He was named an honourable mention for the award in December with four goals and six assists in five games. Fox was also named a Player of the Week five times.