MAC DONALD NAMED FPHL PLAYER OF THE MONTH FOR FEBRUARY
Syracuse, NY – The Federal Prospect Hockey League announced today that Watertown Wolves forward Justin MacDonald has been named the Player of the Month for February.
MacDonald played in 13 games for the Wolves during the month and recorded 17 goals with 18 assists for 35 points to retake leading the league in scoring.
Justin’s best games in February were back-to-back games against the Danbury Hat Tricks on February 11th (3 Goals and 2 assists) and 12th (3 goals and 1 assist) when he scored a total of 9 points. He also had another outstanding weekend in Carolina when he scored 3 assists on February 5th and 3 goals and 1 assist on February 6th against the Thunderbirds.
The 31-year-old is a native of Newmarket, ON, Canada. MacDonald has played professionally since 2011. He has previously spent time in Northern New York having played with the 1000 Islands Privateers (2012-13) and with the Wolves in 2014-15. Justin has also played in the SPHL and ECHL.
His father-in-law, Tim Kerr, played in the NHL (1980-93) with the Philadelphia Flyers, New York Rangers and Hartford Whalers.