Connor McMichael named OHL Player of the Week for 2nd time this season

Connor McMichael of the London Knights. Terry Wilson/OHL Images

For the second time this season, London Knights forward Connor McMichael has been named the OHL’s Player of the Week.

In a pair of weekend wins, the Washington Capitals prospect posted four goals and four assists, which included a career-high six points in London’s overtime win over Erie on Friday night.

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To add to his big night, McMichael also potted the overtime winner. He is the first Knights player to record six points in a game since Robert Thomas on Oct. 27, 2017.

McMichael continued his strong weekend with a goal and an assist in Sunday’s 5-1 road win over the Oshawa Generals, extending his run of consecutive multi-point performances to six.

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McMichael will represent Team OHL in this week’s CIBC Canada/Russia Series.

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