Jason Fram, Spokane Chiefs captain, collected three awards as the Western Hockey League team saluted its players during the final home game of the regular season last weekend.
Fram was named the Chiefs’ Player of the Year, Players’ Player and received the John “Hitman” Hern Defenseman of the Year award for a second straight year.
The 20-year-old, in his fifth and final season as a Chief after being an eighth-round selection in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft, is 10th in franchise history in career games with 310 and is the second-highest scoring defenseman. He entered the weekend with 185 points.
Evan Fiala and Tyson Helgesen, 18-year-old defensemen, shared the Coaches Award, the tie a first in franchise history; Fiala was the Humanitarian of the Year; center Jaret Anderson-Dolan, 16, was Rookie of the Year; forward Kailer Yamamoto, 17, was named the Ken Rabel Most Sportsmanlike Player of the Year; and defenseman Dalton Hamaliuk, 17, was the Scholastic Player of the Year.
Letters of intent
College of Idaho football – Logan Magro, WR; Mike Plaster, FB; Colton Engel, DB, all of Sandpoint.
Lewis-Clark State volleyball – Shaelyn Pearson, S/DS, Ferris; Claire Ahmann, MH, Logos of Moscow, Idaho.
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