Cornwall - Mar. 19, 2011 - In a few short years, Cornwall native Jeff Legue has grown to become a fan favourite for the Sheffield Steelers of the Elite Ice Hockey League.
Now, he's also grown to become a favourite of the journalists who cover the English league.
The former Cornwall Colts sniper has been voted a second team all-star by Ice Hockey Journalists UK, the organization that represents the writers who cover the sport in the United Kingdom.
Legue and his Steelers are enjoying another successful season on the ice, and they are currently in a race for the overall regular season title. Legue currently sits 12th in league scoring, with 39 goals and 39 assists in 55 games.
The Cornwall native is now in his fourth season with the English team, and he's enjoyed plenty of success across the pond, having won one league title and two playoff championships over the past three seasons.
The 29-year-old forward enjoyed a great junior hockey career with his hometown Colts before going on to star with Ferris State University in the NCAA.
Beyond his time in England, Legue has also spent time in the ECHL as well as in Germany.
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