St. Lawrence University junior forward Greg Carey has been named the Hogan Hockey/ECAC Player of the Month for the month of February.
Carey led the nation in goals and was second in points in eight games in the month of February, scoring nine goals and registering 13 points. He had five power play goals and three game-winning goals as the Saints went 5-2-1 to jump into the race for a first-round bye in the ECAC Hockey playoff race.
Carey ran his goal-scoring streak to 11 games with at least one goal in each game in the month of February, tying the SLU record for consecutive games scoring a goal which was first set by Neale Langill in 1952. He is fifth all-time in career goals among three-year players for the Saints with 63 and his 17 goals in league play are the most for a Saint player since Mike Lappin scored 18 in the 1991-92 season.
The Saint junior wing was also nominated for Player of the Month for January and has scored 13 goals and 11 assists for 24 points since the first of the year. He leads the nation in goals, goals per game and points heading into the final weekend of the regular season.
Carey is the second player this season to earn ECAC Player of the Month, joining Kyle Flanagan who won the award in October.