West Kelowna’s Warriors defenseman Tyson Jugnauth has been named a finalist for the BCHL defenseman of the year.
The BCHL's Defensive Award is given to the defenceman deemed to be the best at his position.
This year's finalists are:
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The 17-year old finished with 50 points (nine goals, 41 assists) in 52 games this season. He was second in the BCHL in goals by a defenseman and in total points by a defenseman. Only Victoria’s Clark Hiebert had more points (56).
Jugnauth’s 50 points were also the second-most by a Warriors defenseman in team history.
Hiebert and Coquitlam’s Matthew Campbell are also nominated for the award.