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Toledo’s Keenan, Worcester’s Vesey share AMI Graphics ECHL Plus Performer of the Month

Tuesday, February 1st
Toledo’s Keenan, Worcester’s Vesey share AMI Graphics ECHL Plus Performer of the Month

Toledo Walleye forward Conlan Keenan and Worcester Railers’ forward Nolan Vesey are the co-recipients of the AMI Graphics ECHL Plus Performer of the Month after both posted a plus-minus rating of +13 during January. Keenan was even better in 10 of his 12 games in January, including a +5 on Jan. 5 at Fort Wayne and a +3 on Jan. 7 at Kalamazoo. The 26-year-old has 20 points (10g-10a) and a +10 rating in 37 games with the Walleye this season and has totaled 29 points (16g-13a) in 65 career ECHL games with Toledo and Tulsa. Prior to turning pro, Keenan tallied 172 points (86g-86a) in 110 career games at SUNY-Geneseo. Vesey posted an even or better rating 10 of his 12 games in January, including a +4 on Jan. 29 against Fort Wayne and a +3 on January 28 at Maine. He was a +10 over his final five games in the month. The 26-year-old has 19 points (6g-13a) and a +10 rating in 29 games with the Railers this season while also skating in three games with Springfield of the American Hockey League. A native of North Reading, Massachusetts, Vesey has posted 35 points (11g-24a) in 76 career ECHL games with Worcester and Wichita while adding four points (1g-3a) in 28 career AHL games with Springfield and Bakersfield. Prior to turning pro, Vesey tallied 82 points (39g-34a) in 145 career games at the University of Maine. In recognition of their accomplishment, AMI Graphics will present Conlan Keenan and Nolan Vesey with a personalized Plus Performer of the Month Banner during an on-ice ceremony at an upcoming home game. Runners-Up: Fedor Gordeev, Iowa; Patrick McNally, Reading and Luke Martin, Utah (+12). Top Plus Performer(s) for Each Club: Adirondack - Paul Meyer (+1); Allen - Kris Myllari (+7); Atlanta - Derek Nesbitt and Cody Sylvester (+8); Cincinnati - Josh Burnside and Dajon Mingo (+4); Florida - Xavier Bouchard, Levko Koper and Chris McKay (+7); Fort Wayne - Shawn Boudrias and Will Graber (+3); Greenville - Brett Kemp (+8); Idaho - Mason Mitchell (+4); Indy - Jordan Schneider (+8); Jacksonville - Colin Markison (+1); Kalamazoo - Logan Lambdin and Tanner Sorenson (+9); Kansas City - Nick Pastujov (+9); Maine - Zach Malatesta (+3); Newfoundland - Brennan Kapcheck (+3); Norfolk - Marly Quince (+9); Orlando - Tyler Bird (+6); Rapid City - Jake Wahlin (+5); South Carolina - Nate Pionk (0); Trois-Rivières - William Leblanc (+6); Tulsa - Nathan Larose (+6); Wheeling - David Drake and Bobby Hampton (+2) and Wichita - Logan Fredericks (+3). 

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