Estevan Bruins, F
The league's leading scorer leads his club into the Wildcard Series this week, and Austin Daae has a chance to take home some serious hardware at the end of the season. The Estevan product put up 30-goals and an SJHL-best 71 points in his 20-year-old campaign, and is the Viterra Division's representative for both the Player Of The Year, and League MVP honours. The Bruins go up against the Flin Flon Bombers in the 7th vs 10th Wildcard Series.
Yorkton Terriers, G
The SJHL has a new single season shutouts record holder, as Yorkton's Kale Thomson racked up 8 in 2013-2014. His 31 wins were also a league best, and with the defenesmen he had in front of him, it's no shock that the Terriers led the league in fewest goals against with 125. Thomson wasn't the only goaltender to re-write the record books this season, as Humboldt's Ryland Pashovitz set the new GAA standard, with a 1.60 mark, while Battlefords' tender Michael Gudmandson tied the previous mark, posting a 1.74 GAA. Thomson is the Viterra Division's nominee for Top Goalie, Pashovitz is the Kramer's Top Rookie, and Gudmandson is the Kramer's rep for MVP.
Nipawin Hawks, F
Tayler Balog set career highs in his 19-year-old season with 15-goals and 49-points. Balog centred a line with Tad Kozun, who went on to lead the league with 38 goals. The Hawks appeared in control of the Sherwood Division around the midway point of the season, but surrendered it to Melfort, before nearly taking it back during the final weekend. The Hawks will start their Wildcard Series on the road in Notre Dame, and will be leaning on Balog and Kozun to supply the offense.