The Kamloops Blazers announced their 2014-2015 award winners before the final game of the regular season against the Prince George Cougars at Interior Savings Centre on March 21.
The CH Day Memorial Trophy, given to the team MVP, went to Cole Ully, who also won the Vern Seaman Memorial Trophy, which is given to the top scorer.
Goaltender Connor Ingram won three awards — the Radio NL 3 Star Award, the Andy and Molly Clovechok Rookie of the Year Award and the George Stewart Sr. Award for Excellence in Hockey and Education.
Ingram split rookie-of-the-year honours with Deven Sideroff.
Michael Fora was named the team’s best defenceman and given the Eldon Dever Trophy.
Matt Needham picked up two awards — the Dean Evason Award, handed out to the player who demonstrates the most leadership ability, and the Kamloops This Week Plus-Minus Award.
Brady Gaudet was one of three graduating 20-year-old players, along with Joel Hamilton and Logan McVeigh, and he also won the Rick Anderson Memorial Trophy for being the Blazers’ unsung hero and the Blazers Booster Club Award for community involvement.
The Doris Rubel Award was handed out to Kamloops’ most-dedicated player, Nick Chyzowski.
Jake Kryski received the Fifth Avenue Jewellers Diamond in the Rough Award, Quinn Benjafield earned the M.J.B. Most Improved Player Award and Luke Harrison won the Bob Winters Memorial Trophy for being the grinder of the year.