Player Spotlight: Kory McEwan Team: Fort William North Stars (Sijhl)
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June 7, 1985
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May 11 2006
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Position: Forward
Shoots: Right
Height: 6'0
Weight: 190
Birthdate:
Hometown: Thunder Bay, ON

Kory McEwan is currently in his third season with the Fort William North Stars and is an alternate captain with Fort William. McEwan was the North Stars leading point scorer (60g, 50a) during the regular season, won the SIJHL scoring championship (119 points) and was named the SIJHL player of the month for October after registering 21 goals and 12 assists in 12 games. Kory also led his team and the SIJHL in playoff scoring with 10 goals, 10 assists and 20 points in seven games played and was the top scorer at the 2006 Dudley Hewitt Cup (10g, 10a, 22pts). Kory has won the SIJHL Championship twice (2004--06). Favourite NHL Player: Tony Amonte. Favourite NHL Team: Chicago Blackhawks.
Coaches Report

“Kory brings every facet to the game that you can image. On the ice he has grit, great worth ethic and defensive ability. In the dressing room, he is a great leader” Said Fort William North Stars head coach Todd Howarth. “The one thing he can flat out do is score goals. An amazing competitor, he just competes all the time and reads the ice really well.”

STATISTICS

REGULAR SEASON

PLAYOFFS

YEAR TEAM GP G A PTS PIM GP G A PTS

PIM

03-04 Thunder Bay Kings 19 15 9 24 - - - - - -
04-05 FWFN North Stars 58 35 47 82 189 - - - - -
04-05 Dudley Hewitt Cup - - - - - 4 0 2 2 18
04-05 FWFN North Stars 50 69 50 119 11 7 10 10 20 35
05-06 Dudley Hewitt Cup - - - - - 8 10 12 22 35

 

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