High School Hockey Player of the Year - 2014!

High School Hockey Player of the Year - 2014!

Thanks to Warrior Sports for sponsoring another great Hockey contest, congrats to our 2014 Winner - Andrew Sawyer of Trenton!!


Video: Andrew Sawyer - Warrior Sports High School Hockey Player of the Year Winner! (click video below to play)


Video: HS Hockey Player of the Year Update March 3, 2014 (click video below to play):


Video: HS Hockey Player of the Year Update Feb 15, 2014 (click video below to play):


Voting has ended in the 2013-14  Michigan High School Hockey Player of the Year Contest!

Congratulations to ALL of our Final Four contestants in the Warrior Sports Hockey Player of the Year award and our 2013-14 Winner: Andrew Sawyer of Trenton!!!

Who do YOU think is the Top High School Hockey Player in Michigan?


Andrew Sawyer - WINNER!!!

Andrew Sawyer - WINNER!!!

Trenton  | Senior - Forward

His constant work creates opportunities in the offensive zone for all Trenton players.Very dangerous downlow for what should be another solid Trenton team.      
 

Christopher Brown

Christopher Brown

Cranbrook  | Senior - Forward

All around player who uses an active motor at BOTH ends of the ice. The type of "do it all" player every team covets. Committted to play at Boston College next year.        

Dominic Lutz

Dominic Lutz

Livonia Stevenson  | Senior – Forward

Reigning Mr. Hockey player of the year from the 2013 contest. Strong and quick forward who also features one of the hardest shots you will see at this level. Has elevated his play in crunchtime for the Spartans, still one of the best teams in D2.    

Tyler Irvine

Tyler Irvine

Livonia Stevenson  | Forward

Intelligent and smart are two words that often come up when Coaches are asked to describe Irvine. One of the leading point, and assist leaders in the State, Irvine is relentless on the puck, and has that play-making ability to create something out of nothing. One of the big reasons that Livonia Stevenson is the defending D-2 Champions, and poised for a repeat this season.