Florida's Roy wins ECHL Scoring Title
PRINCETON, N.J. – The ECHL on Monday announced that Mathieu Roy of the Florida Everblades has won the league scoring championship with 89 points (38g-51a).
Colorado’s Michael Forney was second with 79 points (35g-44a) followed by Jacob Cepis of Trenton with 76 points (25g-51a), and Florida’s Matthew Pistilli (25g-50a) and Gwinnett’s Casey Pierro-Zabotel (22g-53a) who both finished with 75 points.
Roy, who also led the league with 38 goals, is the first player since Kevin Baker in 2008-09 to lead the ECHL in both goals and points. The 26-year-old was named to the All-ECHL First Team last week. He finished the season tied for fourth in the league with 51 assists, was tied for fourth with 21 power-play assists and was second with 32 power-play points.
A native of Amos, Quebec, Roy has 281 points (123g-158a) in 393 career ECHL games with Pensacola and Florida and he has added 17 points (9g-8a) in 31 Kelly Cup Playoffs games. Roy captained the Everblades to their first-ever Kelly Cup title in 2012.
ECHL Leading Scorer Award Winners
|2013||Mathieu Roy||Florida Everblades||89 points|
|2012||Dustin Gazley||Elmira Jackals||85 points|
|2011||Justin Donati||Elmira Jackals||94 points|
|2010||Tyler Donati||Elmira Jackals||114 points|
|2009||Kevin Baker||Florida Everblades||102 points|
|2008||David Desharnais||Cincinnati Cyclones||106 points|
|2007||Brad Schell||Gwinnett Gladiators||110 points|
|2006||Alex Leavitt||Alaska Aces||91 points|
|2005||Scott Gomez||Alaska Aces||86 points|
|2004||Tim Smith||Columbia Inferno||95 points|
|2003||Buddy Smith||Arkansas RiverBlades||104 points|
|2002||Louis Dumont||Pensacola IcePilots||102 points|
|2001||Scott King||Charlotte Checkers||101 points|
|2000||John Spoltore||Louisiana IceGators||119 points|
|1999||John Spoltore||Louisiana IceGators||109 points|
|1998||Jamey Hicks||Birmingham Bulls||119 points|
|1997||Ed Courtenay||South Carolina Stingrays||110 points|
|1996||Hugo P. Belanger||Nashville Knights||144 points|
|1995||Scott Burfoot||Erie Panthers||97 points|
|1994||Phil Berger||Greensboro Monarchs||139 points|
|1993||Trevor Jobe||Nashville Knights||161 points|
|1992||Phil Berger||Greensboro Monarchs||130 points|
|1991||Stan Drulia||Knoxville Cherokees||140 points|
|1990||Bill McDougall||Erie Panthers||148 points|
|1989||Daryl Harpe||Erie Panthers||122 points|