S54 SMJHL Award Show

honkerrs
Anchorage Armada Senior Member
bUt WhAt aBoUt fRaNs ElLeR~!!~!~!
EricNCSU
SMJHL GM Senior Member
Congrats to all the winners and big shoutout to my fellow Sportsman and Defensive nominees. I'm flabbergasted to win one of them, much less both.
First IIHF Goal  S51 WJC Game 7 vs Canada: 2. Prospects NA , Eric Hudson 1 (Ethan Duncan 1, Zoltan Topalo 2) at 17:01
First SJHML Goal  S52 Game 7 vs Anchorage: 9. St. Louis Scarecrows , Eric Hudson 1 (Yamamoto Mitsuharu 3) at 2:20
Tayjay
Registered Member 07192020, 12:16 PMMutedfaith Wrote:Giveaways aren't a defenseive stat otherwise I would be a horrible vote for best two way forward, Either way it was an honor to be nominated.07182020, 10:11 AMZomp Wrote: wtf where's taylor johanssonDGR is a terrible stat to base awards on because it tells you how good you did for your role, not necessarily compared to the rest of the league. So thats not a factor. Because two guys playing 100% the same game but with dufferent roles assigned could see large differences in GR.
Tayjay
Registered Member
hhh81
SMJHL GM McElroy Stan
So y'all want vote totals?
hhh81
SMJHL GM McElroy Stan
I'll give you ya damn vote totals!
hhh81
SMJHL GM McElroy Stan
Ideen Fallah (MVP)
Jimmy Wagner – 22 points (three 1st, two 2nd, one 3rd) Ryuuji Minamino – 12 points (one 1st, two 2nd, one 3rd) Keith Lee – 10 points (one 1st, one 2nd, two 3rd) Rikard Hammarberg – 6 points (one 1st, one 3rd) Rocco Berni – 5 points (one 1st) Taylor Johansson – 5 points (one 1st) Jaska Seppala – 4 points (one 2nd, one 3rd) A Jobin – 3 points (one 2nd) Santtu Rasanen – 3 points (one 2nd) Adam Friedland  1 point (one 3rd) Eric Hudson  1 point (one 3rd) Mathias Chouinard (Best GM) Fuzz & cpetrella  27 points (four 1st, two 2nd, one 3rd) Katth & Naosu  15 points (one 1st, three 2nd, one 3rd) JNH & SDCore  15 points (one 1st, two 2nd, four 3rd) BDonini & nykonax  8 points (one 1st, one 2nd) Citizen of Adraa & Krash  5 points (one 1st) Capt_Blitzkrieg & EricNCSU  1 point (one 3rd) NONAME & LordBirdman  1 point (one 3rd) Zach Miller (Dedicated) Ryosuke Sato  30 points (four 1st, three 2nd, one 3rd) Burlok Sulfurgold  10 points (two 1st) Jaska Seppala  8 points (one 1st, 1 second) Jimmy Wagner  6 points (one 2nd, three 3rd) Reid Sutherland  5 points (one 1st) Ryuuji Minamino  4 points (one 2nd, one 3rd) Jack Kanoff  3 points (one 2nd) Cal Labovitch  3 points (one 2nd) Adam Scianna  1 point (one 3rd) Edward Williams  1 point (one 3rd) A Jobin  1 point (one 3rd) Quilha Agante (Defenseman) Adam Friedland  20 points (four 1st) Adam Scianna  11 points (two 1st, one 3rd) Sven Yxskaft /  10 points (two 1st) Colin Lambert  10 points (three 2nd, one 3rd) Ben van Dijk  5 points (one 2nd, two 3rd) Will Windsor  4 points (one 2nd, one 3rd) Jukka Timonen  3 points (one 2nd) Bork Lazer  3 points (one 2nd) Bradley Barkov  3 points (one 2nd) Matthew Sawful  1 point (one 3rd) PBJ Souppan  1 point (one 3rd) Tinke Jutila  1 point (one 3rd) Brandon Holmes (Defensive Forward) Eric Hudson  24 points (three 1st, three 3rd) JeanUhtred RagnarssonTremblay  16 points (three 1st, one 3rd) Keith Lee  9 points (two 2nd, three 3rd) Simothy Drunkebird  6 points (two 2nd) Cal Labovitch  5 points (one 1st) Matthew Forrester  5 points (one 1st) Ethan Duncan  3 points (one 2nd) Taylor Johansson  1 point (one 3rd) C.T. Carragher  1 point (one 3rd) Burlok Sulfurgold  1 point (one 3rd) Patrick Shepherd  1 point (one 3rd) Tom Corcoran (Goalie) Cillian Kavanagh  25 points (three 1st, three 2nd, one 3rd) A Jobin  16 points (two 1st, two 2nd) Name Redacted  13 points (two 1st, one 2nd) Cale Amundsen  10 points (two 2nd, four 3rd) Leo Bloomfield  6 points (one 1st, one 3rd) Frans Eller  2 points (two 3rd) Vyacheslav Onoprienko (Underrated) Thor Odinson  26 points (four 1st, two 2nd) Keith Lee  19 points (two 1st, three 2nd) Guy LeGrande  12 points (one 1st, two 2nd, one 3rd) Santtu Rasanen  5 points (one 1st) Johnny Shuffleboard  5 points (one 2nd, two 3rd) Carlos Brown  4 points (one 2nd, one 3rd) Taylor Johansson  2 points (two 3rd) Ethan Duncan  1 point (one 3rd) Patrik Shepherd  1 point (one 3rd) Brandt Underton  0 points Brody Witzel (Playoff MVP) Strom Chamberlain  30 points (four 1st, three 2nd, one 3rd) Dwight Knight  22 points (three 1st, two 2nd, one 3rd) Sven Yxskaft  7 points (one 1st, two 3rd) Ethan Price  4 points (one 2nd, one 3rd) Ryuuji Minamino  4 points (one 2nd, one 3rd) Kwame Dakari  3 points (one 2nd) Panda Panico  1 point (one 3rd) Adam Friedland  1 point (one 3rd) Esa Anrikkanen (Rookie) Colin Lambert  38 points (seven 1st, one 2nd) Ryu Jones  14 points (one 1st, two 2nd, three 3rd) Chris Goodname  6 points (two 2nd) Peter Ramsey  6 points (two 2nd) Johnny Shuffleboard  3 points (one 2nd) Teddy Park 2 points (two 3rd) Axel Foley  1 point (one 3rd) Taylor Gervais  1 point (one 3rd) Nicolae Antonescu  1 point (one 3rd) Raymond Lindsay (Player’s MVP) Ryuuji Minamino  37 votes Jimmy Wagner  17 votes Rikard Hammarberg  12 votes Jaska Seppala 7 votes Cillian Kavanagh 5 votes Adam Friedland: 2 votes A Jobin , Axel Mezaros , Cale Amundsen , Colin Lambert , Danny Marston , Ethan Price , Santtu Rasanen , Stan Hanson /  1 vote each
luketd
SHL GM Gone Fishing
where am I? snubbed
hhh81
SMJHL GM McElroy Stan
“There’s one more award”, I hear you say. You’re right. This one gets its own post though, because we had one of our weird ones. Every so often, I notice a situation where a player wins a very divided award (let’s say, like 7 different players getting first place votes and no one appearing on more than two ballots). In those cases, I revisit with the committee to talk more, and see how people want to proceed. This year, we had a very close preliminary vote (one vote separated two finalists, and the lead appeared on only three ballots).
Without revealing who the people were, I asked a procedural question to the group—how do we feel about a player winning an award that only appeared on 3 of 9* ballots, with 13 different players getting votes? I didn’t disclose who the top vote getters were prior to the discussion, as I wanted the focus to be on the process, rather than the specific result. The committee discussed and shared they would be interested in a revote with the field narrowed slightly. We revoted with only the top 8 players (everyone who appeared on two or more ballots) included, and there was a much clearer final result from that vote. For transparency’s sake, I will include both lists here. Ron Bolt (Most Sportsmanlike) – Preliminary Vote Mats Marner  15 points (three 1st) Eric Hudson  14 points (two 1st, one 2nd, one 3rd) Sven Svenson  8 points (one 1st, one 2nd) Keith Lee  8 points (one 1st, one 2nd) A Jobin  5 points (one 1st) Ryosuke Sato  5 points (one 2nd, two 3rd) Luffy Richard  4 points (one 2nd, one 3rd) Ben van Dijk  4 points (one 2nd, one 3rd) Jason Desrouleaux  3 points (one 2nd) Zoltan Topalo  3 points (one 2nd) Bradley Barkov  1 point (one 3rd) Ryuuji Minamino  1 point (one 3rd) Edward Williams  1 point (one 3rd) Ron Bolt Final Vote Eric Hudson  22 points (three 1st, two 2nd, one 3rd) Ryosuke Sato  14 points (one 1st, two 2nd, three 3rd) Mats Marner  12 points (one 1st, two 2nd, one 3rd)) Sven Svenson  8 points (one 1st, one 2nd) Keith Lee  7 points (one 1st, two 3rd) A Jobin  5 points (one 1st) Ben van Dijk  4 points (one 2nd, one 3rd) Luffy Richard  0 points As you can see, there was some vote shifting. I want to reaffirm the only person on the committee who knew anything more than who the finalists were was me (and my ballot from 1st to 2nd vote did not change). I provided the list of the new final finalists, and, when asked, provided the justifications each person gave on their ballots for voting for each person. After a rereview and reconsideration of the information, this is what the committee decided. I think the process is a good and fair one. *Normally there are 9 ballots. JHS failed to submit a ballot for awards and has been removed from the committee. This meant there were only 8 ballots for each of these awards. Future vote totals will be a little higher. 
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