Legionnaires Brandon Layman Runner Up for Western Jr. B MVP Award

TUESDAY MARCH 1, 2016
COMMUNITY NEWS


BY DAN McCAFFERY


Brandon Layman of the Sarnia Legionnaires was named a runner up for the Western Jr. 'B' hockey loop's Most Valuable Player Award Monday. Shown here congratulating Layman is assistant general manager Jim Drexler.
Submitted photo by Anne Tigwell
 

Brandon Layman of the Sarnia Legionnaires and Ethan Sarfati of the Lambton Shores Predators were both named runners-up for the Western Jr. 'B' hockey loop's Most Valuable Player Award on Monday.

Layman, who scored just eight goals last year (and only one during his rookie campaign) was a vastly improved player this season. In fact, he scored 24 times and added 28 assists for 52 points in 50 games.

Sarfati was also named to the first all-star team and won an award as the conference scoring champion. He finished the season with 78 points to his credit, including 30 goals.

Another Predator, Sarnia native Franco Sproviero, was named to the first all-star squad and was chosen as the loop's best rearguard.

Carson Brookshaw of the St. Thomas Stars won the MVP award.

 

 

 

 







 

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