Tylor Spink is AMI Graphics/ECHL Plus Performer of Month

Toledo Walleye forward Tylor Spink is the AMI Graphics ECHL Plus Performer of the Month for October after leading the league with a plus-minus rating of +8.


The 23-year-old posted an even or better rating in six of Toledo’s seven games in October including a +3 on Oct. 22 in a 6-5 overtime win against Brampton. Spink recorded a +2 rating on Oct. 15 at Atlanta and on Oct. 18 at Cincinnati.


Spink ranks second among ECHL rookies with six assists and eight points in seven games this season. A native of Williamstown, Ontario, Spink made his pro debut last season, recording nine points (2g-7a) in seven games with the Walleye while also appearing in two games with Toronto of the American Hockey League.


Prior to turning pro, Spink tallied 115 points (47g-68a) in 133 career collegiate games at Colgate University.       


In recognition of his accomplishment, AMI Graphics will present Tylor Spink with a personalized Plus Performer of the Month Banner during an on-ice ceremony at an upcoming Walleye home game.


Runners Up: Ryan Penny, Reading; Simon Denis and Tyson Spink, Toledo; and Chris Rumble, Wichita (+7).


Top Plus Performer(s) for Each Club: Adirondack – Mikkel Aagaard and Roman Dyukov (+5); Alaska – Stephen Perfetto and Peter Sivak (+5); Allen – J.P. LaFontaine and Eric Roy (+5); Atlanta – Ben Marshall – (+6); Brampton – Chris Leveille (+6); Cinicnnati – Saverio Posa (+3); Colorado – Jake Marto (+6); Elmira – Todd Christian, Paul Geiger and Charlie Mosey (0); Florida – Matt Mackenzie and John McCarron (+6); Fort Wayne – Dan Milan (+5); Greenville – Desmond Bergin, Joe Houk, Matt Johnson and Paul Zanette (+2); Idaho – Jefferson Dahl (+5); Indy – Kevin Lynch (+4); Kalamazoo – Justin Taylor (+5); Manchester – Justin Agosta (+6); Missouri – Shawn Pauly, Reed Seckel and Dmitrii Sergeev (+1); Norfolk – Jeff DiNallo, Aaron Harstad and Zach Pochiro (0); Orlando – Adam Brace and Patrick Watling (+1); Quad City – Alex Petan and Sam Warning (+3); Rapid City – Anthony Mastrodicasa (+3); South Carolina – Steven McParland and Marcus Perrier (+1); Tulsa – Dan DeSalvo (+6); Utah – Mike Banwell (+4) and Wheeling – Derek Army (+4).