Los Angeles native, Jr. Kings grad de Mey pins down WCHA Forward of the Month honor
Former Los Angeles Jr. King Vincent de Mey has been named the WCHA Forward of the Month for October.
A sophomore forward at Northern Michigan University, the Los Angeles native ranks No. 2 nationally in power-play goals with three and is third in the entire NCAA with a 1.00 goals-per-game average.
He scored at least one point in each of the Wildcats’ six October contests (six goals, two assists) to lead the league in goals, power-play goals (three), power-play points (four) to rank second in points scored for the month.
de Mey tallied a career-high two goals at then-No. 20-ranked Boston University to lead the Wildcats to a 4-3 victory on Oct. 19.
He tallied a goal in five of the Wildcats’ six games in October, earning de Mey WCHA Forward of the Week honors twice (Oct. 14 and 21) – the only two-time winner for the month in the league.
The accolade marks the first time de Mey has earned the WCHA Forward of the Month award.
(Nov. 6, 2019)