Winnipeg Satelites held their annual awards dinner Saturday night at Alfie's
handed out their annual player awards as well as saying thank you to their four
Presenting the awards were Satelites head coach Taylor Lemon and assistant
Kyle Collins was awarded the Satelites leading scorer award after leading the
goals and 38 assists for 68 points, good for second overall in league scoring.
Scott Douglas was awarded the Satelites
2014-2015 Rookie of the Year award. After a successful high
career with the Kelvin Clippers of the WHSHL Scott was invited to camps in
the USHL, from there he
to the NAHL and made the roster of the Wichita Falls Wildcats. After 14 games
injuries cut short his junior
and after a year and a half off he came to the Satelites for the 2014-15 season
where he rediscovered his
for the game.
The Satelites next award was the Hardest Working Player award and it was shared
by Derek Ramage
Bryan MacKenzie. These two players never took a shift off, it was a 100% effort
every shift of every
from the start of the season to the end.
The Satelites next award went to second year player Ben Ingimundson. The
"For The Boys" award goes
the Satelites player who demonstrates "outstanding commitment and
dedication to the hockey club".
The Satelites Coach's Choice award was
shared this year by two Satelites, Kevin Haines and Sean Murray.
award goes to the player or players who the coaches feel they can send out in
any pressure situation and
The Satelites Playoff MVP Award this
season again went to starting goaltender Marc Hildebrand. Marc's tenacity
the pipes gave the Satelites a chance every chance to win in the playoffs as we
were in every game till the
The Satelites Regular Season MVP award this year went to leading scorer Kyle
Collins. Kyle played in all 32
for the Satelites this season and even when he wasn't putting points on the
board he was a major factor
the Satelites success this season.
And lastly, the toughest part of any season is saying goodbye to your graduating
Carriere, Jason Campbell, Kevin Haines and Kyle Collins all played their last
as Satelites. They all
played 3 great seasons with the Satelites and played an important role in who
were as a team on and off the ice. We wish them well on all their future endeavors.