The Keystone Junior Hockey League is excited to announce it's award finalists for the leagues' Most Valuable Player. The Most Valuable Player award is bestowed upon an individual determined to be the most valuable to his team during the regular season.
The three nominees (listed in no particular order) are as follows:
Chavez Constant, OCN Storm - Chavez Constant is a veteran for the OCN Storm and was the top scoring defenseman on the team this season. In 28 games, Constant put up 17 goals and 40 assists for 57 points. Putting up 2.0 points per game he anchorred the Storm from the backend and helped them secure home ice in the KJHL semifinals. He also led his team in powerplay assists with 13.
Dennis Scatch, Cross Lake Islanders - Dennis Scatch is another veteran, and also the captain of the Cross Lake Islanders. In 28 games, he lead the team in scoring putting up 22 goals and 56 assists for 78 points. His 2.8 points per game and 10 powerplay assists led his team and helped them secure home ice in the survivor series.
Tyrome Spence, Peguis Juniors - Tyrome Spence is a key player in the success of the Juniors. Leading his team and the league in scoring this season, Spence put up a whopping 74 goals and 47 assists in 25 games. His 4.8 points per game helped his Juniors team wrap up third place in the regular season. He also led his team with 10 powerplay goals to go along with 6 shorthanded goals.
Congratulations to all of the nominees!
The League MVP will be announced on March 18, 2020. Keep an eye on the league website and social media for further details.