CSSHL Announces Championship MVPs

The CSSHL has announced the nine division MVP’s of their respective Western and Eastern Championships.

U15: Bronsyn Mouille- Northern Alberta Xtreme

NAX cruised to their second straight U15 Western Championship and was led offensively by Mouille and his 21 points, 6 more than the next highest. The Peace River, AB forward had 62 points in 26 regular season games.

U15 Jaggar John – Northern Alberta Xtreme

John finished the Western Championships with a record 19 points in 5 games, surpassing Kyle Crnkovic’s record of 18. John would lead NAX to their second straight U15 Prep Western Championship with four assists and the overtime winner in a 6-5 win over Edge School. The Fort McMurray, AB forward recored 38 points in 27 regular season games.

U17 Prep Tier I: Brendan Rudolph – Calgary International Hockey Academy

Rudolph finished fourth in Championships scoring but his hat-trick and one assist in the finals propelled CIHA to a 5-4 OT win over Prairie Hockey Academy as CIHA captured their first ever CSSHL Western Championship. The Seattle Thunderbirds 2023 WHL Draft pick finished the regular season with a team high 59 points in 31 games.

U17 Prep Tier II: Lucas Benn – St. George’s School

A seventh round selection by the Kamloops Blazers at the 2023 WHL Draft, Benn tallied 3 goals and 8 assists in 5 playoff games, including 2 assists in a 3-2 overtime win over SAHA in the finals. He would finish the regular season with 32 points in 29 games.

U17 Prep Tier III: Mark Lee – BWC Academy White

Lee posted 13 points in 5 playoff games including a goal and three assists in the Championship Finals to lead BWC Academy White to a 6-3 win over Shawnigan Lake. The Busan, South Korea forward finished the regular season with 24 goals and 16 assists in 26 games.

U18 Prep: Landon DuPont – Edge School

With 16 points in 5 games the Calgary, AB underage defenseman tied the U18 Prep Western Championships record set by Arizona Coyotes forward Dylan Guenther. He recorded a division best 11 assists, including 1 in the Championship Final as Edge defeated NAX 3-2 in overtime to secure back-to-back championships. DuPont tallied 62 points in 30 regular season games, a new record for defensemen in the U18 Prep division.

Female U18 Prep: Chloe Primerano – RINK Hockey Academy Kelowna

The University of Minnesota commit set Female U18 Prep Western Championship records with 15 assists and 20 points in 5 games as RHA Kelowna earned their third straight championship. During the regular season the Vancouver, BC defenseman led all skaters with 35 goals, 54 assists and 89 points, all Female U18 Prep single season records.

Eastern U17: Dominic Schnarr – Bishop’s College School

Schnarr recorded nine points in five Eastern Championship games including a hat-trick and an assist in the Finals to lift Bishop’s College to their first ever CSSHL Championship. The Woodstock, NB forward tallied nine points in eight regular season games.

Eastern U18: Oliver Kiraly – Ontario Hockey Academy Prep

Kiraly posted a 3-0-0 record with a 2.75 GAA and .898 SV% to lead OHA Prep to a 6-2 win in the Eastern Championship Finals. He would make 41 saves in the finals while scoring the second goalie goal in CSSHL history, and the first in the Eastern Division. The Budapest, Hungary netminder finished the regular season with a 10-1-1 record, 2.47 GAA and .920SV%.