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After each game, the HSN writer gave 3-2-1 based on who they believed to be the most valuable player on the day.

O’Kane scored 32 points, courtesy of eight 3 point performances, to win by two points from AIHL MVP Jeff Martens from the Newcastle North Stars.

Matt Puntereri from the Goodall Cup winning Sydney Ice Dogs was 3rd on 29 points.

O’Kane had a great year, his first in the AIHL, scoring 30 goals to go with 21 assists for 51 points, finishing seventh in the league scoring charts.

Congratulations Pat on a great season and a well deserved award.

Top Ten

1. Pat O’Kane – 32

2. Jeff Martens – 30

3. Matt Puntereri – 29

4. Anthony Kimlin – 25

5 . Jack Wolgemuth – 24

6. Dominic Osman – 23

7. Michael Forney – 22

8. Kenny Rolph – 22

9. Pier-Olivier Cotnoir – 21

10. Simon Barg – 21