ESTERO, Fla. — Florida Everblades defenseman Logan Roe was named on Monday night the Most Valuable Player of the 2020 Warrior/ECHL All-Star Classic in Wichita, Kansas, after helping lead the Eastern Conference to the championship of the event.
Playing in his first career ECHL All-Star Classic, Roe led all players with seven points, scoring two goals and adding five assists in the span of five games, with each game consisting of one seven-minute period of three-on-three play.
A native of Fort Myers, Florida, Roe was appointed captain of the Eastern Conference squad prior to the event. The fifth-year pro also represented the Eastern Conference in the hardest shot contest in the skills competition, which took place between the games on Monday night.
Roe, who has a career-high 33 points (10g, 23a) for the Everblades this season, raced out to a strong start on Monday and potted a goal and two assists in the first game. He then notched three more points (1g, 2a) in the semifinals of the All-Star Classic's tournament segment — the semifinals followed three round-robin games for each team — to help get the Eastern Conference to the championship game. Roe and the Eastern Conference squad then earned the title with a 4-3 victory over the Western Conference in the final game of the night.
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