Yorkton Terriers, D
Chase Norrish had 45 regular season points, to comfortably take the scoring crown among defensemen, and the SJHL Defenseman Of The Year honour. That scoring pace however, pales in comparison to what Norrish has done in the playoffs leading up to the Canalta Cup Final. Norrish leads not only all defensemen, but all players, with 14 points (7g-7a). He had a hat trick in Game 3 against Notre Dame in the Quarters, and scored in four of the five games vs Humboldt in the Semis, including the overtime winners in both Game 4 and 5.
Melville Millionaires, G
With Melville goalie Isaiah Plett leading the league in minutes played, there wasn't a lot of time left over for rookie back up Richard Palmer. Palmer went 6-5-1 during the regular season, and his last start was February 1st. Then, with Plett battling an illness, Palmer got the nod for Game 5 of the SJHL Semi-Final in Battlefords, and came up with a 31-save shutout in the Millionaires' 2-0 win, propelling them into the Canalta Cup Final against Yorkton.
Yorkton Terriers, GM
One of the few people with ties to both the Terriers and Millionaires' organizations, Don Chesney looks for his second championship as GM of the Terriers. Chesney played for the Millionaires in the early 1970's, and was an Assistant Coach in Melville in the early '90s. His coaching career took him to Yorkton ten years later, and he's been back again as GM since the 2010-2011 season, building the team that captured last season's Canalta Cup.