2005-06 OHL and CHL Humanitarian of the Year Property of Tampa Bay

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An updated article featuring this player is available here: Mike Angelidis

Mike Angelidis played four seasons in the Ontario Hockey League from 2002-03 to 2005-06, all with the Owen Sound Attack. Mike scored 25 goals over his first three seasons then exploded for 53 in his final campaign with the Attack.

His 53 goals were good for third in the OHL. He was chosen as a First Team All-Star and was selected as the Most Improved Player in the Western Conference in the annual coaches poll. More importantly, Angelidis was awarded with the Dan Snyder Trophy as the Ontario Hockey League’s Humanitarian of the Year. Mike was also selected as the CHL’s Humanitarian of the Year.

Undrafted, Angelidis was quickly brought into the Carolina Hurricanes system upon graduation. He played four season with Carolina’s affiliate in the American Hockey League, the Albany River Rats and wore the ‘A’ on his jersey. Over the summer of 2010, Mike signed a one-year two way contract with the Tampa Bay Lightning and has spent the season so far with their AHL affiliate, the Norfolk Admirals.


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