After each team submitted nominees for every award, coaches from each of the 11 MJHL clubs held a vote in which winners were selected for six of the seven league awards except the Mike Ridley Award – which is given out annually to the league’s highest point scorer following the completion of the regular season. Josh Tripp is currently the frontrunner, as he sits comfortably in first place with 33 goals and 79 points – six points up on the second place man.
Two members of the Portage Terriers earned year-end honours, while two players from the Swan Valley Stampeders were also recognized, alongside one winner from the Virden Oil Capitals and another from the Winnipeg Blues. The First Team, Second Team and Rookie All-Star Teams were also announced Friday.
MJHL Award Winners Listed Below:
MVP Award nominees:
Jeremy Link, Josh Tripp, Isaac Labelle
Rookie of the Year Award nominees:
Owen Murray, Colby Jaquet, Drake Burgin
Top Goaltender Award nominees:
Isaac LaBelle, Jeremy Link, Matthew Radomsky
Top Defenceman Award nominees:
Quintin Sudom, Troy Williams, Riley Shamray
Sportsmanship Award nominees:
Tony Apetagon, Ben Dalke, Ty Barnstable
Coach of the Year Award nominees:
Paul Dyck, Blake Spiller, Barry Wolff
MJHL First Team All-Stars
G – Jeremy Link, Matthew Radomsky
D – Quintin Sudom, Troy Williams
F – Josh Tripp, Bradly Goethals, Tony Apetagon
MJHL Second Team All-Stars
D – Riley Shamray, Tristen Cross
F – Nathan Halvorsen, Ty Barnstable, Brendan Martin
MJHL Rookie Team All-Stars
G – Nathan Moore
D – Owen Murray, Colby Jaquet
F – Jay Bucholz, Reece Henry, Kyle Bettens
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