Fort St. John Huskies hand out 2019-20 team awards, end win streak at 16

All good things must come to an end eventually. The Fort St. John Huskies won their 16th game in a row against the County of Grande Prairie Kings 6-5 on Feb. 7, only to blow a late lead to the North Peace Navigators the next day, losing 4-2 and ending an incredible strech of wins that saw the Huskies outscore opponents 99-43.

However, there was no disappointment to be found, as the team and their families went straight to the Fort St. John Legion after the Feb. 8 game to hand out player awards at their annual banquet.

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Jared Loewen won his third-straight best defenceman award, and was named the team’s MVP.

“The sky is the limit for this guy, and is the epitome of a guy being rewarded for the hard work and practice he puts in,” said coach Todd Alexander about Loewen.

The entire evening was a celebration of the Huskies outstanding season — they have locked up first place for the playoffs and have won 23 of their last 25 games. Now, they turn their attention towards winning a third-straight Senator’s Cup Championship.

The Huskies have two more games to play in the regular season — Friday, Feb. 14 at home against the Fairview Flyers, and Saturday, Feb. 15 in Peace River against the North Peace Navigators. The Huskies will then have a bye for the first round of the NWJHL playoffs.

Huskies Team Awards

Most Valuable Player
Jared Loewen

Outstanding Leadership and Dedication
Jeridyn Loewen

Presidents Award
Bill and Kelly Snow

Rookie of the Year
Connor Kindrat

Top Scorer
Gary Loewen

Unsung Hero
Joel Bourgeois

Best Defenceman
Jared Loewen

Most Popular Player
Aiden Tegart

Most Exciting Player
Brady Marzocco

Most Gentlemanly Player
Nils Nemec

Grit and Grind Award
Dean Whitcomb 

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