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S75 Prague Phantoms Team Awards


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:prg: Announcing the S75 Prague Phantoms’ Team Awards as voted by the players and management. :prg:


Best Defenseman

Wolf Stansson Jr @Cornholio


In Stansson Jr’s eighth and final season as a Prague Phantom, he led all Phantoms with a career-high 51 assists, 11 power play goals and three shorthanded assists, was second on the team with 64 points, and led Prague blueliners with 152 PIM and 184 hits, both career-highs.


Others Receiving Votes: Cinnamon Block, Seabass Perrin



Unsung Hero

Pengu @Pengu, Woody McPine @HearnNation67


For the second straight season, nine different players received votes for the Unsung Hero award but two players received two votes each.


Center Pengu was acquired in the off-season to give the Phantoms some depth down the middle after losing Dagmar Havlova. He added a deft shot and silky playmaking as he was third in goals with 25 and fourth in scoring with 60 points. His 35 assists, 336 shots, 35 shot blocks and 4 game-winning goals were all career-highs and proved his versatility and two-way play gave the Phantoms a spark on most nights.  


In his third season as Prague’s Numero Uno in the net, McPine bailed the team out on many nights when the Phantoms went through sloppy stretches. He set career-highs in games played (65), wins (27), and shots against (2375).


Others Receiving Votes: Wolf Stansson Jr, Ondrej Ohradka, John LeClair II, Seabass Perrin, Cinnamon Block, Dan Baillie Jr, Zachariah Kisslinger



Most Energetic

Thomas Landry II @Doomsday


Landry II was his usual truculent self in S75 leading the team in PIM (166 – a career-high) and hits (262). He was also a buzzsaw around the net as he threw a team-leading and career-high 372 shots at opposing goalies. This is his third Most Energetic award.


Others Receiving Votes: Ondrej Ohradka, Seabass Perrin, Pengu, Gary Tarantino, John LeClair II



Most Gentlemanly

Seabass Perrin @Seabass


Although he plays hard on the ice, veteran Seabass Perrin has always been a gentleman off it. He focused more on offense in his final seasons and he only had 76 PIM in S75 but led the Phantoms with 172 blocked shots. This is his second Most Gentlemanly award.


Others Receiving Votes: Pengu, Ondrej Ohradka, Gary Tarantino, Thomas Landry II, Riley Knight Gee



Rookie of the Year

Zachariah Kisslinger @Zach Kisslinger


The only freshman on the Phantoms in S75, the hulking Canadian defenseman put together a solid rookie season. He contributed seven points and blocked 88 shots while averaging just under 18 minute a game.



Most Valuable Player

Thomas Landry II @Doomsday


The breakout season that Phantom fans had been waiting for from star forward Thomas Landry II finally happened. The American led the Phantoms with career-highs in goals (35 – tying a franchise record), points (82), shots (372), PIM (166) and new franchise records in power play assists (21) and points (29). He also led the team in plus/minus (-8) and game-winning goals (6) and had 22 more points than the next best forward.


Others Receiving Votes: Wolf Stansson Jr, Seabass Perrin, Woody McPine, Ondrej Ohradka



Phantom of the Year

Ondrej Ohradka @animal74


During the last season, the Slovakian winger gave it his all on the ice and off of it, pushing himself and his teammates as they played to earn a playoff spot. Unfortunately, the Phantoms were mathematically eliminated before the season was finished and it was only then that Ohradka announced his retirement. His locker room presence and dedication to the Phantom brand led to his teammates voting him Phantom of the Year for a third and final time as a farewell gift and a silver lining to a disappointing season.


Others Receiving Votes: Thomas Landry II, Seabass Perrin, Wolf Stansson Jr


3-Stars Award

Woody McPine @HearnNation67


The young Canadian netminder stood on his head many nights for the Phantoms to the tune of being named 1st Star of the Game a team-leading 6 times and was named a Star of the Game a total of 17 times.


Player 1st 2nd 3rd Star Points Total Stars
Woody McPine 6 5 6 340 17
Thomas Landry II 4 5 7 290 16
Ondrej Ohradka 4 5 3 250 12
Pengu 4 4 1 210 9
Seabass Perrin 2 5 4 200 11
Gary Tarantino 2 1 5 130 8
John LeClair II 1 2 3 100 6
Wolf Stansson Jr 1 3 1 100 5
Dan Baillie Jr 1 1 4 90 6
Cinnamon Block 0 1 4 60 5
Riley Knight Gee 1 0 1 40 2
Nicolas Fomba 1 0 0 30 1
Zachariah Kisslinger 0 0 0 0 0
Andre LeBastard 0 0 0 0 0



Congrats to all the winners!

#Phamily: @omgitshim @Garrett @flyersfan1453 @wcats @KnightRiley @efiug @Andre LeBastard

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