Nick Blankenburg 16’: Finishing off his high school hockey career winning a state championship was a lifelong dream for hockey player, Logan Jenuwine ‘16. The Romeo hockey team accomplished that goal on March 12th with a 6-4 win over Livonia Stevenson.
Accomplishing his own personal goal on Sunday March 20th, Logan won the Michigan Mr. Hockey award after putting up 96 points this season. Logan had 21 points in the last 5 games of the season. Jenuwine also earned a total of 233 points in three years of playing high school hockey.
“It’s awesome to receive this award,“ Jenuwine said. “I couldn’t have done it without my teammates and supporters. I’m very happy and anxious to continue my hockey career and see where it takes me.”
The Mr. Hockey award is the most prestigious award in the state of Michigan for a high school hockey player.
Past winner Justin Abdelkader from Mona Shores won this award back in 2004, now he is playing for the Detroit Red Wings in the National Hockey League.
Logan doesn’t know quite yet on where he wants to continue his hockey career, but with his talents and skills on the ice, wherever Logan goes he will be successful.