Contest & Promos

Michigan High School Hockey Player of the Year Contest 2019!

Thanks to our great friends at National Coney Island for sponsoring the 2019 Michigan High School Hockey Player of the Year Contest!

Voting for the 2019 Michigan High School Hockey Player of the Year contest – sponsored by our great friends at National Coney Island – has closed!  

Congratulations to all of this year’s contestants on their terrific seasons, and to our FINAL FOUR candidates below!! 

Congratulations to this year’s Champion, Sam Evola of Detroit Country Day – our 2019  Michigan HS Hockey Player of the Year winner!!

And finally, while you are totally enjoying the Winter  Sports Season – don’t forget to grab a few friends and head to one of National Coney Island’s 20 great restaurants across SE Michigan! 

Cam Blanton

Trenton | Defense - Senior

What Coaches are saying: “Smart and skilled defenseman who excels at jumping into the play to create scoring opportunities. His greatest attribute is the strength of his skating, which allows him to play good defense and become an offensive threat” – Chad Clements, Head Coach Trenton.

Rylan Clemons

Detroit Catholic Central | Forward - Senior

What they are saying: “His play-making ability has caught up to his skating, and he has become absolutely dangerous all over the ice, as the pace of the game changes when he is out there. He was off the charts at the showcase, and when you look at the numbers he is putting up on the season, he was a guy we all wanted to see at the showcase, and he did not disappoint.” – Anonymous North American Hockey League scout

Sam Evola

Detroit Country Day | Goalie - Senior

What Coaches are saying: “Great Goaltender, Great kid, outstanding competitor. He accomplished everything last year, and still decided to come back to his school and Michigan HS hockey. That says a lot. He has the skills, the demeanor and the determination to do it all again, and carry it on to the next level, he’s a high end prospect for sure.” -Anonymous Michigan Developmental League Coach.

Zach Robinson

Brownstown Woodhaven | Forward - Senior

What Coaches are saying: “Zach has grown so much as a player since he first came on the Michigan High School scene. Anyone who thinks he is only a goal scorer has not seen him play much lately. He has grown into a 200 foot player and a leader for his team. The fact that he is able to produce at the level he does, knowing that other teams are scheming to stop him, only speaks to Zach’s level of play and dedication to his team.” – Anonymous Michigan Developmental League Coach.