Most Valuable Player 2016-2017

Our Most Valuable Player trophy is sponsored by Johnny Oduya of the NHL.

We had a really tough decision with this one.  Our three (3) nominees were very strong, and supported their team incredibly.

Our first nominee was Donny Kerfoot of the spitfires/" 4320 rel="nofollow" target="_self"> Sukhumvit Spitfires.  Donny started late this year, and in his first game he was a substitute on Hooters Nana.  When the spitfires/" 4320 rel="nofollow" target="_self"> Sukhumvit Spitfires lost Geoff McIntyre to an upper body injury, they were able to pickup Donny for the remainder of the season.

Donny Kerfoot - Sukhumvit Spitfires
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Our second nominee was Mike Wilson of Sport Corner-Titanium.  Mike had an great 2016-2017 season with supporting his team in many ways.  When Zak Garofolo had to step down as the captain for Sport Corner-Titanium, Mike stepped up to take his place and really helped push his team to a second place finish during the regular season and in winning the SHL Championship Cup!

Mike Wilson - Sport Corner-Titanium
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Our third nominee was Patrik Lundback of Aware.  Patrik also had a great 2016-2017 season.  He helped his team give Sport Corner-Titanium a run for it’s money throughout the regular season.  Not only that, with his help, they forced Sport Corner-Titanium to three games in the best of three series in the semi-finals.

Patrik Lundback - Aware
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This was a hard decision for the committee/" 4433 rel="nofollow" target="_self">League Committee, but because of his 14 goals and 22 points as well as helping to lead his team to first place in the regular season, the committee/" 4433 rel="nofollow" target="_self">League Committee decided to award the inaugural Johnny Oduya MVP Trophy to Donny Kerfoot.

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