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Kamloops Blazers 2013-24 season awards

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March 15, 2014 - 10:15 AM

KAMLOOPS – The Kamloops Blazers handed out their 2013-14 regular season awards on Friday night before the final home game of the season against the Prince George Cougars.

Forward Cole Ully was given the Vern Seaman Memorial Trophy as the team’s top scorer. The 18-year-old was also awarded the CH Day Memorial Trophy as the Blazers most valuable player.

Defenseman Ryan Rehill took home three awards including the Eldon Dever Trophy as Best Defenseman, the Doris Rubel Award as Most Dedicated player and the Dean Evason Award showing Inspirational Leadership and Ability.

2013-14 Awards

Most Improved Player
Edson Harlacher & Nick Chyzowski

Diamond in the Rough
Matt Revel & Collin Shirley

Three-Star Award
Bolton Pouliot

Eldon Dever Trophy - Best Defenceman
Ryan Rehill

Doris Rubel Award – Most Dedicated Player Award
Ryan Rehill

Community Involvement
Bolton Pouliot

Bob Winters Memorial Trophy - Grinder of the Year
Chase Souto

+/- Award
Matt Needham

George Stewart Sr. Award – Excellence in Hockey & Education
Nick Chyzowski & Nathan Looysen

Andy & Molly Clovechok - Rookie of the Year
Edson Harlacher

Rick Anderson Memorial Trophy - Unsung Hero
Josh Connolly

Dean Evason Award - Inspirational Leadership Ability
Ryan Rehill

Vern Seaman Memorial Trophy - Top Scorer
Cole Ully

CH Day Memorial Trophy – MVP
Cole Ully

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