Vick Corona is a former player for the Ultimate Royals who played from 2004-2015 for a total of eleven seasons. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest two-way players in the league, and is known by his moniker The All Around. He is a two-time SHL Cup champion who once played on the same line as Oliver Marton before the Royals signed Sid Friar. Since then, he shifted to the second and third line, establishing a veteran and complete presence.
During the 2012-2013 Season, Vick announced his retirement. He has won six of the Corona Trophy (known before as the Two-Way Trophy), having the most of any player in nine seasons. Because of his exceptional shut down play he is said to be the greatest two-way player in the league. During 2016, the Two-Way trophy was renamed in his honour after his retirement.
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