Brayden Foreman has won the 2021-22 Frank McKinnon Memorial Trophy.
The award is presented every year to the player who best exemplifies sportsmanship paired with outstanding hockey ability.
This season, Foreman has tallied 20 goals and 58 points in 37 games, along with 16 penalty minutes. He also reached his 150th MJHL game and 50th MJHL goal this year, all with the Winnipeg Blues.
“Brady has been a great leader for the Blues the past four years,” said Blues head coach Taras McEwen.
“It’s great to see him get recognized with this award.”
Foreman is the first Blues player to win the award since Connor Cleverley in 2013.