Todd Robinson (C)
His 14th pro season and his second with the IceMen. Through his first 13-pro seasons, has amassed more scoring points than any other player in all of pro hockey, including the NHL. In 871-career games, has authored 1,226-points, averaging 1.41 points per game. Included in total numbers are 334-goals, 892-assists, averaging over an assist a game in his pro career. Five time minor pro league scoring champion including 4-such crowns over the past 6-seasons and 3-scoring titles in the last 4-years, finishing #2 in that other season. Last season, in 2011-12 captured his first-ever CHL scoring championship with 92-points in playing all 66-games, on 23-goals and league-best 69-assists. His 30-PPA also topped the CHL. 69 assists were 10-more than the rest of the league. Finished a very close second in the CHL/MVP balloting. Named to the CHL First All-Star Team, appearing in the CHL All-Star Game 1/11/12 in Arizona. In the CHL’s annual “Best of the Best Poll,” captured #1 honors for “Best Overall Player,” “Best Playmaker,” and “Best on the Power Play.” Was #2 for “MVP to his Team,” Face-Offs, Stickhandler and Team Leader. The IceMen Team Captain finished #2 as well in the CHL’s annual “Three Stars” leaders. Three times he was acclaimed CHL Player of the Week, marking the first time in 6-years that an individual player had claimed the coveted award on a trio of occasions. November 2011, was the CHL”s #2 Star for the Month; February 2012, earned #3 Star plaudits. Also last season, assembled longest point streak in CHL of 17-games; 17(11-17-28). Also essayed 10-game streak; 10(3-15-18). Registered assists streaks of 11and 9-games respectively. For his IceMen team in ’11-12, topped the team in PPG (9); multiple point games (23) and OTSO 4/7. His 5-game goal streak; 5(5-5-10) was also team best for ’11-12. In 2010-11, his lone season with CHL Odessa, it was the lone season of the last 4 that he did not win the league scoring crown, finishing #2 in the loop. In his career, has been named an All-Star 9-times; reached 100-points in 8-seasons; named league-wide MVP 3-times; won the league’s post-season scoring title 3-times. His best season came in 2006-07, recording a Muskegon club record and career-best 123-points on career-best 44-goals along with 79-assists. Spurred Muskegon to 3-league championships in 4-years; 2001-02, 2003-04 and 2004-05. In 2001-02, named the UHL Colonial Cup Playoffs MVP, scoring the GWG/OT at 4:16 of OT in Game #6 of the Finals against Elmira on an electrifying breakaway to capture the crown for Muskegon. Career playoff numbers: 123-games; 37-goals; 117-assists; 154-points for per game average of 1.25.