Mahfouz Named FPHL MVP

by Jon Kliment

The Elmira Enforcers of the Federal Prospects Hockey League are proud to announce that the FPHL MVP of the Year is none other than Captain Ahmed Mahfouz.


Mahfouz, 31 from Ottawa, ONT Canada, had another terrific year in an Enforcers uniform. Through 36 games played Mahfouz scored 23 goals and 61 assists for 84 total points which was two higher than his total from last season. Ahmed has played in 401 total FPHL games with 835 points and has been the face of the Enforcers franchise since their inception. This is Mahfouz’s third time as the MVP of the season, while he has also received playoff MVP once, FPHL Rookie of the year back in 2010-2011, and Forward of the Year for the past two seasons.


“Ahmed is a fan favorite here in Elmira and was one of the first people we aimed to acquire when we first announced the franchise. Getting him in an Enforcers uniform set the tone for the franchise and has played a huge role in the success of the past two seasons.” Robbie Nichols said.