Feser Named WHL Western Conference Player of Year
The Tri-City Americans season has been over for a couple of weeks, but the honors keep rolling in for Justin Feser.
Feser has been named the WHL Western Conference player of the year and the conference's nominee for WHL player of the year.
Feser, who led the team in scoring this year with 106 points while finishing fourth overall in the league, also broke the league's iron man mark which had stood for a couple of decades.
Feser played in 321 straight games over his career--a mark which does not take into account the more than fifty playoff games he played in during the streak's tenure.
Feser was signed by the Coyotes organization after the season to a tryout contract. Adam Lowry of Swift Current is the Eastern Conference nominee. The award will be handed out May 1st