LeBlanc and Strang Named MHL All Stars

(Photos: Paul Morrison Photography)

The Amherst Ramblers would like to congratulate Coen Strang on being named to the South Division all-star team and to Lyam LeBlanc on being named MHL Rookie all-star team.

From the MHL:

Defense – Coen Strang (Amherst Ramblers)

The 19-year-old from Moncton, N.B. had the fourth-most points for an MHL defensemen this season with 45. Strang’s 36 assists were also third among blueliners, in addition to his ten goals. He had the second-most powerplay assists among defensemen at seventeen, helping to hold the second-most powerplay points with 21. Strang was also one of three defensemen with three game-winning goals this season. He started his season with a four-assist performance on September 20th against Pictou County, which would be his highest point total of the season. Strang had ten multi-point games overall. He was named Top Defenseman in November and January and was named to the Eastlink South Team of the Week five times.

Goaltender – Lyam Leblanc (Amherst Ramblers)

The 18-year-old from Trois-Rivières, Quebec had a record of 14-6-1-0 with 3.68 goals against average in 24 games. Leblanc had the fifth-best save percentage in the MHL at .908. He was one of only two goaltenders to post a shutout this season, which was a 32-save performance in Amherst on January 28th against Yarmouth. Leblanc was named the Top Rookie in January and an honourable mention for Top Goaltender that month, where he went 5-0-0-0 with a 2.61 goals against average, .928 save percentage and one shutout. He was named to the Eastlink South Team of the week once this season.