Binghamton, NY – The Federal Prospect Hockey League announced today that Columbus River Dragons forward Justin MacDonald has been named the Player of the Month for February.

MacDonald was named the Player of the Month for the 2nd consecutive month after playing in 9 games and accumulated 8 goals and 17 assists for 25 points for the month. He remains as the league’s top scorer with 83 points. He had another perfect month scoring at least one point in every game. Justin’s point a game streak going into March currently stands at 28 games, a league record. MacDonald has been perfect for the months of December, January and February and has been held pointless in 2 games this season, November 18th and November 25th.

The 33- year-old is from Newmarket, Ontario, Canada and has played professionally since the 2011-12 season appearing in the FHL/FPHL, SPHL and ECHL. The River Dragons are his third FHL / FPHL organization that he has played for. The others are the 1000 Islands Privateers (2012-13) and the Watertown Wolves (2014-15, 2021-22). He was named one of the top forwards of the FHL in the 2014-15 season playing for the Watertown Wolves. Justin was named the FPHL MVP for the 2021-22 season in addition to being one of the top forwards that season. He led the league that year with 117 points, 70 goals and 10 game winning goals.

Justin’s Father-in-Law, Tim Kerr played in the NHL with the Philadelphia Flyers, New York Rangers and Hartford Whalers.