Portland's team leader in goals, assists also named Booster Club fan favorite

COURTESY PHOTO: PORTLAND WINTERHAWKS/KEITH DWIGGINS - Seth Jarvis of the Portland Winterhawks races to the puck against the Vancouver Giants.They didn't have the opportunity to be recognized by their fans, but the Portland Winterhawks this week announced the winners of their team awards for the 2019-20 Western Hockey League season:

Seth Jarvis, who led the team in goals and assists, was voted by his teammates as winner of the Most Valuable Player Award.

Jarvis also won the Donald D. Ickes Memorial Award as the Winterhawks Booster Club fan favorite.

The Winterhawk Award was shared by team captan Johnny Ludvig and goalie Joel Hofer. The award goes to the players who demonstrate character, leadership, heart and soul.

Ludvig also won the Jann and Robert Boss Best Defensive Player Award.

The Sportsmanship and Ability Award was shared by Mason Mannek and Kade Nolan. The award is given to the player who displays excellent sportsmanship along with quality play.

The Scholastic Player of the Year Award went to Lane Gilliss.

The Rookie of the Year Award went to Tyson Kozak.

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