Lucas Barker named MVP as Wolf Pack dominate PJHL awards

North Van also nabs top scorer, defenceman and goalie awards

The North Van Wolf Pack dominated the PJHL awards, announced today, in much the same way they dominated the 2019-2020 PJHL season.

Wolf Pack captain Lucas Barker led the way in awards as well, earning league MVP honours after finishing second in the league in both goals and points.

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Wolf Pack blueliner Jacob Callas picked up the league’s best defencemen award, scoring 13 points and 38 assists in 38 games to finish second in the league amongst defencemen with 51 points.

The Wolf Pack awards lineup was completed by Bradley Cooper, who picked up the best goaltender award. Cooper, who was option 1A alongside 1B Eric Clark in a dominant goaltending tandem, was first in the league in goals-against average and wins, second in shutouts and sixth in save percentage.

Rounding out the Wolf Pack awards parade was Alex Suprynowicz, the only player to pot more points than Barker. Suprynowicz was named the PJHL’s scoring champion, leading the league with 77 points in 41 games.

North Van put together an epic regular season that saw the team win 40 games to set a new PJHL record, a feat made all the more impressive given the fact that it was accomplished in just 44 games. The PJHL season was 48 games long up until the 2009-10 season. 

The Wolf Pack, defending league champions, made it back to the PJHL finals with an 8-1 playoff record, but the final series was cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns.

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