Ryan Vendramin of the Sarnia Legionnaires has been named January’s offensive player-of-the month in the Western Jr. ‘B’ hockey loop.
The big forward had eight goals and 11 assists for 19 points in a dozen games played.
Vendramin, a native of Sault Ste. Marie, has now won three such awards in his career. He also captured the offensive player of the month trophy in February 2014 and again in February 2015.
Here’s how he won his latest trophy:
Jan. 7 – Vendramin had three goals and two assists as the Legionnaires edged the Strathroy Rockets 8-7.
Jan. 13 – He scored once and set up a second tally as Sarnia tied the London Nationals 5-5.
Jan. 14 – Vendramin had a goal and an assist in a 5-3 loss to London.
Jan. 21 – He had an assist in a 5-3 loss to Chatham.
Jan. 22 – In a 4-3 overtime victory at St. Thomas, Vendramin scored the winner.
Jan. 28 – Vendramin collected two helpers as the Legion crew dumped St. Marys 6-3.
Jan. 30 – In a game against Lambton Shores, he had a goal and two assists as Sarnia skated off with a 6-4 victory.
Jan. 31 – Vendramin closed out the month with a goal and two assists as Sarnia rallied from a three-goal deficit to defeat Strathroy 4-3.
The Legionnaires have won two individual awards so far this campaign. Brett Storr won the Western Jr. ‘B’ defensive player of the month in December.