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NAHL announces 2014-15 Division Awards

April 23, 2015

The four players who won MVP honors include (clockwise from top left): Atte Tolvanen (Minot), Chandler Madry (Fairbanks), Matt Jurusik (Janesville) and Sebastian Vidmar (Lone Star).

The North American Hockey League (NAHL) has announced its All-Division teams and honors for the 2014-15 season.  The divisional teams and honors represent the four divisions in the NAHL: Central, Midwest, North and South Divisions, as voted upon and selected by the league’s 24 head coaches.  The awards are based on performance during the 2014-15 regular season.
 
Central Division
 
All-Central Division Team
Forward: Trevor Boyd, Austin Bruins
Forward: Blake Lizotte, Minot Minotauros
Forward: Evan Giesler, Bismarck Bobcats
Defense: Jon Lizotte, Minot Minotauros
Defense: Ian Scheid, Austin Bruins
Goalie: Atte Tolvanen, Minot Minotauros
 
Central Division Most Valuable Player & Goalie of the Year: Atte Tolvanen, Minot Minotauros
Central Division Forward of the Year: Blake Lizotte, Minot Minotauros
Central Division Defenseman of the Year: Ian Scheid, Austin Bruins
Central Division Coach of the Year: Marty Murray, Minot Minotauros
Central Division General Manager of the Year: Chris Tok, Austin Bruins
Central Division Organization of the Year: Minot Minotauros
Central Division Academic Achievement Award: Kyle Haak, Aberdeen Wings
Central Division Community Service Award: Cullen Willox, Bismarck Bobcats
 
Midwest Division
 
All-Midwest Division Team
Forward: Chandler Madry, Fairbanks Ice Dogs
Forward: Adam Lovick, Coulee Region Chill
Forward: Darian Romanko, Minnesota Wilderness
Defense: Sam Becker, Minnesota Magicians
Defense: Ivan Chukarov, Minnesota Wilderness
Goalie: Adam Carlson, Coulee Region Chill
 
Midwest Division Most Valuable Player & Forward of the Year: Chandler Madry, Fairbanks Ice Dogs
Midwest Division Defenseman of the Year: Ivan Chukarov, Minnesota Wilderness
Midwest Division Goaltender of the Year: Adam Carlson, Coulee Region Chill
Midwest Division Coach of the Year: Trevor Stewart, Fairbanks Ice Dogs
Midwest Division General Manager of the Year: Rob Proffitt, Fairbanks Ice Dogs
Midwest Division Organization of the Year: Fairbanks Ice Dogs
Midwest Division Academic Achievement Award: Alex Trapp, Minnesota Wilderness
Midwest Division Community Service Award: Jack Gessert, Kenai River Brown Bears
 
North Division
 
All-North Division Team
Forward: Zach LaValle, Janesville Jets
Forward: Trevor Cope, Soo Eagles
Forward: Brandon Schultz, Janesville Jets
Defense: Zach Yoder, Janesville Jets
Defense: Lester Lancaster, Springfield Jr. Blues
Goalie: Matt Jurusik, Janesville Jets
 
North Division Most Valuable Player & Goalie of the Year: Matt Jurusik, Janesville Jets
North Division Forward of the Year: Zach LaValle, Janesville Jets
North Division Defenseman of the Year: Zach Yoder, Janesville Jets
North Division Coach of the Year: Joe Dibble, Janesville Jets
North Division General Manager of the Year: Joe Dibble, Janesville Jets
North Division Organization of the Year: Janesville Jets
North Division Academic Achievement Award: Dryden McKay, Springfield Jr. Blues
North Division Community Service Award: Alex Smith, Janesville Jets
 
South Division
 
All-South Division Team
Forward: Sebastian Vidmar, Lone Star Brahmas
Forward: Wes Michaud, Corpus Christi IceRays
Forward: Kenny Hausinger, Odessa Jackalopes
Defense: Daniel Brickley, Topeka RoadRunners
Defense: Matt Koch, Wichita Falls Wildcats
Goalie: Matej Tomek, Topeka RoadRunners
 
South Division Most Valuable Player & Forward of the Year: Sebastian Vidmar, Lone Star Brahmas
South Division Defenseman of the Year: Matt Koch, Wichita Falls Wildcats
South Division Goaltender of the Year: Matej Tomek, Topeka RoadRunners
South Division Coach of the Year: Dan Wildfong, Lone Star Brahmas
South Division General Manager of the Year: Paul Baxter, Wichita Falls Wildcats
South Division Organization of the Year: Lone Star Brahmas
South Division Academic Achievement Award: Jack Kelly, Topeka RoadRunners
South Division Community Service Award: Travis Howe, Corpus Christi IceRays
 
The remainder of the NAHL 2014-15 season awards including the All-NAHL Teams, Most Valuable Player, Forward of the Year, Defenseman of the Year, Vaughn Goaltender of the Year, Rookie of the Year, Coach of the Year, General Manager of the Year and Organization of the Year, along with the Academic Achievement Award and Community Service Award, will be all be announced on Monday, April 27th.
 
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