The Chilliwack Chiefs celebrated the end of their 2012-13 season by handing out awards at an awards brunch Sunday.
Last year's co-MVP will have the award to himself this year, as Mitch Gillam was handed the BMO Most Valuable Player Award.
That's not the only award staying with its previous honoree as Chiefs captain David Thompson was handed the Seven Sushi Orland Kur-tenbach Award for Top Defenseman for the second consecutive year.
After battling for the team's scoring lead for the entire campaign, Austin Plevy claimed the Joey Potskin Top Scorer Award. Plevy, who also won the Kel Mor Fan Favourite Award, finished with 73 points, just two more than linemate Luke Esposito, who was able to console himself with the Elite Trophies Rookie of the Year Award.
Fresh off scoring his first goal of the year, Eric Roberts was named the Ross Beebe Scholastic Player of the Year.
Jaret Babych won the Crunch of the Year award, while defenceman Cooper Rush was handed the John Tunnicliffe Memorial Award for Most Improved Player.
Chilliwack's Josh Hansen, meanwhile, lifted Prime Signs Harmony Cup as the team's unsung hero.
Spencer Graboski and Shay Laurent shared the Younies Family Restaurant Don Nicols Sr. Memorial Community Minded Award.
And Ben Masella and Alex-andre Perron-Fontaine shared the Bess & Cliff Brew Most Dedicated Player Award.
Gillam was also handed the first-star award, while Plevy claimed second-star honours and Ryan Donohoe grabbed the third star.
Along with all the hockey players, Kelly Dyck was honoured with the Ron Englebrecht Volunteer of the Year Award.