Thursday, April 26, 2007

Fury's Robinson named UHL's most valuable

The United Hockey League announced Thursday Muskegon Fury center Todd Robinson has been named the 2006-07 Sher-Wood UHL Most Valuable Player as selected by league head coaches, general managers and members of the media.

The 28-year-old native of Trail, British Columbia led the UHL with 79 assists and 123 points. He was the only skater to amass more than 100 points this season, and his total was the 23rd-best season by a player in UHL history. He also led the league with 11 game-winning goals, tying him with seven other players for the UHL single-season record. He ranked second in the league with 44 goals and a plus-38 rating.

Robinson put together several of the longest scoring streaks of the season. Three times he had point scoring streaks of 10 games or more, and his 13-game streak (8g, 12a) from Jan. 26-Mar. 2 tied for the longest in the UHL this season. In addition, he had the second-longest assist streak (10 games) and the third-longest goal-scoring streak (six games) this year.

Robinson was named the Sher-Wood UHL Player of the Month for October, November and January. He was selected to the 2007 UHL All-Star Classic, recording one goal and four assists in the game. Last week, Robinson was named to the UHL All-Star First Team. He is the second consecutive Muskegon Fury player to earn UHL Most Valuable Player honors.


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