The 31-year-old posted an even or better rating in 11 of his 12 games during the month, including a +4 on Feb. 3 against Elmira and a +3 on Feb. 4 at Elmira, Feb. 12 at Indy, Feb. 17 at Wheeling and Feb. 28 against Adirondack.
A native of Milo, Alberta, Henry is tied for fifth among defensemen, and is tied for seventh overall in the league, with a +24 rating in 52 games this season. He leads Beast defensemen with 25 points (8g-17a) and his 147 shots on goal rank second among ECHL blueliners.
Henry has posted 97 points (33g-64a) in 190 career ECHL games with Brampton, Florida and Stockton. He has recorded 69 points (22g-47a) in 307 career American Hockey League games with Rochester, Charlotte, Syracuse, Oklahoma City, Abbotsford and Chicago.
Prior to turning pro, Henry tallied 73 points (12g-61a) in 270 career games in the Western Hockey League with Moose Jaw and Red Deer.
Top Plus Performer(s) for Each Club: Adirondack - Stepan Falkovsky (+7); Alaska - Ryan Trenz (+5); Allen - Mike Gunn and Miles Liberati (+9); Atlanta - Justin Buzzeo (0); Cincinnati - Dylan Nowakowski (+9); Colorado - Matt Garbowsky (+13); Elmira - Ian Young (+4); Florida - Josh Wesley (+14); Fort Wayne - Gabriel Desjardins (+10); Greenville - Brandon Alderson, Bretton Cameron, Troy Donnay, Michael Joly and Angelo Miceli (+7); Idaho - Aaron Harstad (+5); Indy - Nick Grasso and Andrew Huckleby (0); Kalamazoo - Kyle Bushee (+7); Manchester - Daniel Doremus (+5); Missouri - Dane Fox (+8); Norfolk - Frankie Simonelli (+3); Orlando - Brenden Miller (+11), Quad City - Chris Francis (+5); Rapid City - Michael Young (+11); Reading - Robbie Czarnik (+7); South Carolina - Joey Leach (+7); Toledo - Simon Denis (+11); Tulsa - Chris Joyaux (+4); Utah - Taylor Richart (+5); Wheeling - Jarrett Burton (+3) and Wichita - Mike Moran (+1).