(Okanagan Rockets / Vernon) has been named the
2020 U18AAA (Major Midget) Player of the Year
. He finished the season with 47 points in 40 games to finish eleventh in scoring and first among defencemen.
Moger's presence was noted around the league as he was overwhelmingly voted the top defenceman in the program.
"This was the most fun year of hockey I've ever had," said Moger. Our team was awesome; it was a really good group of guys. I played with two (2) defense partners and they were amazing and it really helped me out a lot and our forwards were incredible."
"We rallied together and started playing for each other. So many players could have won this award."
He played last season with the North Zone Midget AA team and has committed to play with the Trail Smoke Eaters of the BC Hockey League (BCHL) next season.
(Greater Vancouver Comets / Port Moody) has been named the
2020 U18FAAA (Female Midget) Player of the Year
. She led the league in points while setting a new record for most all time points in the league.
Buglioni represented Canada at the Women's U18 National Championship in Slovakia season and led the team with four (4) points in five (5) games to bring home silver. She is set to attend Ohio State next season.
"I am honoured and overwhelmed by the recognition at the U18FAAA level as there are so many good players in our league," commented Buglioni. I am glad that I spent all my U18 years in this league and am very thankful for the opportunities that it has given me."
"I have developed a lot over the past three (3) seasons with our head coach Mark Taylor and am very grateful for the impact he has left on my career and the league. BC Hockey has provided me with incredible experiences and support through my time in the league and three (3) years on Team BC. This is the cherry on top to end off this chapter of my hockey career here in BC!"
"I am looking forward to continuing to play hockey and education in the NCAA at Ohio State. I am very fortunate to be going to a top-class university and continue to grow as a student, player and person."
(Cariboo Cougars / Prince George) has been named the
2020 U16AAA (Minor Midget) Player of the Year
. He was undrafted in the Western Hockey League (WHL) this season, but his play this year led him to be listed by the Kelowna Rockets in December. Cousins played for the North Central Bantam AA team last season and won the BC Hockey Bantam Tier 1 Championship.
"It's a huge honour to be recognized as Player of the Year," said Cousins. "I had so much help from my coaches and teammates and I am really proud of this. We have an amazing program up north with the four (4) teams that really focuses on developing everyone."
"We had an awesome season on and off the ice. We bonded really well together and I think that led to the success we had this season."
(North Island Silvertips / Port Alberni) is the
2020 U15AAA (Major Bantam) Player of the Year
. He led the league in scoring with 52 points in 30 games on a struggling sixth place team.
"This season has been amazing in so many ways; from almost winning our first tournament, bonding with a great team and playing at a high level while still living at home has been incredible," commented See. "I can't say enough great things about what our coaches did for me this season."
"It was an amazing feeling when Brad and Zed (head coach and general manager) called to tell me the news. I couldn't believe it."
"The main reason I love hockey is the level of competition it holds and the camaraderie between my teammates. Hockey has given me friendships that will last a lifetime."