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Nick Robertson is the OHL’s most sportsmanlike player

It could be a very busy awards season for Nick Robertson and today he picked up some new hardware in the form of the William Hanley Trophy for the OHL’s Most Sportsmanlike Player.

From the OHL press release:

An 18-year-old product of Northville, Mich., Robertson was within striking distance of a Petes franchise single season goal-scoring record of 63 held by Scott Tottle (1983-84) when the season came to a premature end. He ended the year three goals shy of 100 on his OHL career, owning 174 points (97-77–174) over 162 career regular season games in a Petes uniform after being the club’s first round (16th overall) pick in the 2017 OHL Priority Selection. Robertson was widely recognized in the 2019-20 OHL Coaches Poll, finishing in six different categories including the Eastern Conference’s Most Dangerous in the Goal Area along with Best Shot. He represented the United States in the 2020 IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship and was a second round (53rd overall) pick of the Toronto Maple Leafs in 2019.

Nick Robertson will now be a nominee for the CHL’s Most Sportsmanlike Player. He’s very good.