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Florida's Darcy is AMI Graphics/ECHL Plus Performer of the Month

Tuesday, January 31st
Action photo of Cam Darcy of the Florida Everblades

Florida Everblades’ forward Cam Darcy is the AMI Graphics ECHL Plus Performer of the Month for January after posting a league-best +15 rating in 13 games. Darcy posted an even or better rating in 12 of his 13 games in January, highlighted by a +3 on Jan. 21 against Savannah, as well as five games where he was a +2. The 28-year-old is fifth in the ECHL with a +25 rating to go along with 25 points (8g-17a) in 35 games this season. A native of South Boston, Massachusetts, Darcy has 50 points (13g-37a) in 55 career ECHL games with Florida and Kalamazoo while adding 86 points (27g-59a) in 263 career American Hockey League games with Syracuse, San Antonio, Utica and Binghamton. Prior to turning pro, Darcy posted 130 points (56g-74a) in 121 career games in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League with Cape Breton and Sherbrooke and 50 points (25g-25a) in 106 career games in the United States Hockey League with Muskegon and the U.S. National Development Team. In recognition of his accomplishment, AMI Graphics will present Cam Darcy with a personalized Plus Performer of the Month Banner during an on-ice ceremony at an upcoming Everblades’ home game. Runner-Up: Alex Kile, Maine (+14). Top Plus Performer(s) for Each Club: Adirondack - Xavier Parent (+9); Allen - Xavier Bernard (+6); Atlanta - Kaid Oliver (+7); Cincinnati - Matt Berry (+6); Fort Wayne - Mark Rassell (+4); Greenville - Max Martin (+9); Idaho - Patrick Kudla (+9); Indy - Spencer Watson (+7); Iowa - Cole Stallard (+1); Jacksonville - Louka Henault and Ryan Lohin (+7); Kalamazoo - Brennan Blaszczak (+5); Kansas City - Nate Knoepke (+5); Newfoundland - Brennan Kapcheck and Simon Kubicek (+8); Norfolk – Griffin Lunn (+4); Orlando - Jaydon Dureau (+3); Rapid City - Carter Robertson (+7); Reading - Shane Sellar (+11); Savannah - Jake Pappalardo (+2); South Carolina - Benton Maass (+8); Toledo – Riley McCourt (+11); Trois-Rivières - Connor Welsh (+2); Tulsa - Jimmy Soper (+5); Utah - Kyle Pouncy and Cam Strong (+5); Wheeling - David Drake (+7); Wichita - Dominic Dockery and Brayden Watts (+3) and Worcester - Nick Fea (+4). 

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