Bair Gedunov has been named today as an All-Star at right wing for the Eastlink South Division, in a tie with Amherst’s Stephen Fox.
From the MHL’s awards article:
The league’s leading scorer, Gendunov had 29 goals and 32 assists in 33 games. The 20-year-old from Toronto, Ontario was traded from South Shore to Truro in late November and went from scoring one point per game to averaging over two points per game with the Bearcats. Overall, his 1.85 points per game was second only to Edmundston’s Joshua Nadeau.
Gendunov led the MHL in goals and assists, powerplay goals with 12, and powerplay points with 23. He finished the regular season on an eight-game point streak, with 24 in that time, and an active eight-game assist streak, with fourteen since late February, which was the longest of the season by any player.
Gendunov was named Gongshow Top Forward in December and January/February, along with being an honourable mention in March/April. He was also named Player of the Week six times this season.