Thursday 27 August 2009

Great Scott! Tommies add MJAHL MVP

The St. Thomas University Tommies have added another piece to their offensive puzzle in MJAHL leading scorer and Most Valuable Player Jordan Scott.

This season's Most Valuable Player award goes to scoring champion Jordan Scott of the Yarmouth Mariners. Scott led the league with 89 points in 53 games this season (35 goals and 54 assists). In 2007/2008, Scott finished 5th in scoring with 70 points as he helped lead the Mariners to a Kent Cup Championship. [MJAHL]

Jordan was also the 2008 - 2009 MJAHL First Team All-Star at centre []

Tommies' Head Coach Mike Eagles calls Jordan "a good player that has continued to improve and is determined to prove himself in the AUS [who] gives us more depth offensively."

A sought-after CIS recruit, Jordan chose to come to St. Thomas where he will have at least one familiar face to skate with in former Halifax Wolverine teammate Corey Banfield.

Daily Gleaner Article


  1. a sought after CIS recruit, and he comes to our team! Gotta love it! Hopefully he follows in Bowers and Banfield's footsteps and becomes a fantastic addition in the green and yellow and white.


  2. A sought after CIS recruit, please. I'm sure that the Golden Bears were just drooling over this guy.