Meek played parts of one season in Vernon last year, playing in 50 games with the Vipers collecting (6-goals-10-assists-16-points) after coming over in a trade with the Victoria Grizzlies. On October 8th 2014 the Grizzlies traded Brandon Egli, Mitch Meek & Future Considerations to the Vipers for Aydan Macdonald & Jake Emilio. Over the off season the Vipers traded Meek in a three way deal with West Kelowna & Prince George. On July 9th 2015 the Vipers traded Meek to West Kelowna for Mac Ferner before the Warriors traded Meek to Prince George for Luke Harrison. The Spruce Kings traded Meek to Cowicha on August 12th 2015. In 48 games with the Capitals this year, Mick Collected (5-goals-26-assists-31-points).
Mitch Meek's Player Profile:
MacDonald was recruited by the Vipers, started the 2014-15 season playing in just five games that season before being traded to the Victoria Grizzlies on October 8th 2014 along with Jake Emilio for Brandon Egli, Mitch Meek & future considerations. After one season in Victoria the Grizzlies traded MacDonald to Cowichan May 19th 2015. In 58 games with the Capitals this season MacDonald picked up (15-goals-13-assists-28-points).
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Duncan Lions Club Award Winners
March 16, 2016
Duncan, BC – The Cowichan Capitals held the club’s annual Duncan Lions Club awards banquet Tuesday night with Storm Phaneuf picking up the most hardware including team MVP, fan favourite, and the 3 star award.
It was also a big night for Matt Hudie as the 19 year-old picked up Rookie of the Year as well as Most Sportsmanlike Player. Corey Hoffman and Ayden MacDonald share the Playoff MVP award as both put up big offensive numbers in the Caps playoff series with Powell River but also did excellent work in all three zones.
Veteran defenseman Ben Verrall earned the Unsung Hero award while graduating forward Pat Geary picked up the Coach’s Award for his leadership, professionalism, and dedication both on and off the ice. Chris Harpur earned the Defensive Defenseman award while fellow blue liner Josh Owings took home the Most Improved Player nod. Ryan Burton earned the Faceoff Award for the second straight season for his fantastic work on the draw.
It was a fun evening celebrating the past season and recognizing graduating players and those moving on to college hockey next year. On behalf of the Capitals, thank to you all those moving on and to those players returning for next season, it’s a bright road ahead!
White Spot Most Valuable Player – Storm Phaneuf
Playoff MVP – Corey Hoffman/Ayden MacDonald
Rookie of the Year – Matt Hudie
Top Defensive Defenseman – Chris Harpur
Duncan Rotary Club Coach’s Award – Pat Geary
Most Inspirational – Adam Osczevski
Unsung Hero – Ben Verrall
Leading Scorer – Kade Kehoe
Most Popular Player – Storm Phaneuf
CVRD Most Sportsmanlike Player – Matt Hudie
Most Improved – Josh Owings
Top Gun Defenseman – Mitch Meek
Faceoff Award – Ryan Burton
3 Star Award – Storm Phaneuf
Jeff Price Memorial Volunteer of the Year – Natasha Winter