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Wichita's Matt Robinson Leads \'Oakley Three Stars' for February

March 1, 2012 - Central Hockey League (CHL) News Release

GLENDALE, AZ (March 1, 2012) -Wichita Thunder forward Matt Robinson, Evansville IceMen forward Todd Robinson and Texas Brahmas goaltender Mark Guggenberger have been named the "˜Oakley Three Stars "˜ for the month of February/2012.

For winning the "˜Oakley Three Star Player of the Month' for February, Matt Robinson will receive a special gift from Oakley. Learn more about Oakley's products at

Players are awarded five points for first star recognition, three points for a second star nod and a single point for being named the third star of the game. Keep up with the season-long standings and quest to be the Oakley Three Star Player of the Year at

First Star - Matt Robinson, F, Wichita Thunder

Robinson finished the month with 12 goals with five of them serving as game winners and 18 points. He was named first star four times and the second star three times, good for 29 points. The Surrey, British Columbia native has 29 goals and 21 assists on the season.

Second Star - Todd Robinson, F, Evansville IceMen

Robinson recorded a point in every game during the month of February which serves as the longest point streak in the CHL this season (15 games). During the month, the Trail, British Columbia native was named the first star four times, the second star twice and the third star once accounting for 27 points. On the season, Robinson leads the league with 80 points (21-59=80).

Third Star - Mark Guggenberger, G, Texas Brahmas

Guggenberger was the top goaltender during the month posting a 9-1-1 record with three shutouts and a 1.21 goals against average. The Richfield, Minnesota native was named the first star four times and the third star twice, good for 22 points. Guggenberger leads the league with a 1.82 goals against average and a .930 save percentage.

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