Cougars, Braves hand out team awards

Goalie Tanner McGaw named MVP of the Saanich Braves season

Following the Victoria Cougars silver medal finish at the Cyclone Taylor Cup on Sunday the club held its annual year-end banquet on Tuesday, handing out the season’s award winners.

The Saanich Braves also recently released their award winners at the team’s year-end banquet.

The Cougars’ Steve Axford and Braves’ Ty Jones shared their respective teams’ top scorer awards, having tied for the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League scoring title with 75 points each.

Goalie Tanner McGaw was named the Braves’ MVP for appearing in 35 games and playing the most minutes in the league, 2,018.

Full list of awards in stats section below.

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