Quad City's Mickey Lang Wins Oakley Three Stars Player of the Year
March 28, 2013 - Central Hockey League (CHL) News Release
GLENDALE, AZ (March 26, 2013) - With the conclusion of the regular season, the standings earned over the past six months as stars of the game are complete and Quad City forward Mickey Lang is the Oakley Three Stars Player of the Year.
Players were awarded five points for being a game's first star, three points for being named the second star and a single point for being named the third star of the game.
Lang edged out CHL Most Valuable Player and Joe Burton Scoring Champion Sebastien Thinel (Missouri) by just six points as Lang finished with 63 points and Thinel finished with 57 points. Lang finished second in the league's MVP race and was fourth in the league in scoring.
The Flock's scoring star was named the first star of the game seven times, the second star eight times and the third star four times. The Hillsdale, New Jersey native finished the regular season with 83 points including 41 goals (second in the league). Also helping his star output was the fact that he led the league with 11 game winning goals.
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