Augusta's Matt Auffrey Voted SBK Most Valuable Player
April 1, 2011 - Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) News Release
CHARLOTTE, NC - The Southern Professional Hockey League on Friday announced that Matt Auffrey of the Augusta RiverHawks has been selected as the SBK Most Valuable Player in a vote of league coaches and media representatives.
In one of the closest votes in league history, Auffrey edged out Fayetteville's Chris Leveille and Pensacola's Chris Wilson, who tied for second in the balloting.
Auffrey, who led the expansion RiverHawks to a second-place finish in the regular season, was second in the SPHL in plus-minus (+19) and assists (49), while finishing third in points (70) and shorthanded goals (2 - tied). Auffrey also finished in the top 15 in goals, penalty minutes and power play assists.
SPHL Most Valuable Player Award Winners
2010-11 - Matt Auffrey, Augusta RiverHawks
2009-10 - Rob Sich, Fayetteville FireAntz
2008-09 - Travis Kauffeldt, Huntsville Havoc
2007-08 - Kevin Swider, Knoxville Ice Bears
2006-07 - Rob Sich, Fayetteville FireAntz
2005-06 - Matt Carmichael, Huntsville Havoc
2004-05 - Kevin Swider, Knoxville Ice Bears
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