Five members of the Penticton Vees were honoured by the BC Hockey League Friday, as the league announced its major award winners.
Goaltender Corey Milan was named the league's top netminder with a league best 2.56 goals against average.
Milan and back-up Bryan Mountain were awarded the Wally Forslund Trophy as the league's best netminding duo.
Deron Cousens was named the top defenceman in the Interior Conference. Cousens finished fourth in team scoring with 16 goals and 51 points.
Club scoring leader Steve Cameron was named the most sportmanlike player in the Interior. Cameron picked up just 20 minutes in penalties while tallying 71 points.
Bruno Campese got the Interior Conference nod as coach of the year. Campese guided the Vees to a second straight Interior Conference regular season championship.
Kyle Turris of the Burnaby Express was named the league's Most Valuable Player.
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