The MHL has announced its Three Stars of the Month for February.
BRODIE MACARTHUR – SUMMERSIDE WESTERN CAPITALS
February’s first star is Summerside Western Capitals forward Brodie MacArthur. In seven games, the 18 year old from Summerside scored three goals and added 14 assists. MacArthur started the month off with a bang, recording five assists on February 1st against the Miramichi Timberwolves. In addition, he recorded one four point outing and three two point games. MacArthur recorded a point in each game during the month, ending February on a remarkable 31 game point streak that dates back to October 29th. Currently in his second full season with the Western Capitals, MacArthur, who was named the second star of the month in the MHL for January, sat second in the league scoring race with 79 points in 40 games entering the month of March.
ALEXANDRE JACOB – EDMUNDSTON BLIZZARD
Second star honors go to Edmundston Blizzard forward Alexandre Jacob. Although he appeared in only five games during the month, the 20 year old from Dieppe, New Brunswick scored four times and added nine assists. Jacob’s final three games of the month played a pivotal role in the Blizzard’s march towards maintaining top spot overall in the MHL standings. On February 16th, he registered five points against the St. Stephen Aces. On the 18th, it was a three point effort against the Yarmouth Mariners. Finally, Jacob produced a pair of points versus the Miramichi Timberwolves on the 24th. Jacob finished the month tied for the team lead in scoring with 60 points in 43 games.
SEBASTIEN CORMIER – SUMMERSIDE WESTERN CAPITALS
The third star of the month is Summerside Western Capitals defenseman Sebastien Cormier. In seven games, the 20 year old from Stratford, PEI scored five goals and added six assists. Cormier’s high water mark for the month was a three point effort versus the St. Stephen Aces on February 19th, one of three multi-point games for the third year MHL veteran. A first round selection of the Western Capitals in the 2014 MHL Draft and last year’s recipient of the MHL Community Spirit Award, Cormier has already attained a new career high for points in a season with 32 in 45 games entering the month of March.