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As voted on by BCHL broadcaster's the league's All Star nominations were released today.

Despite a great team performance on the season, the Cents only had one individual singled out by the league's play by play men: Nick Granowicz.

Granowicz had an electrifying season in what will be his only year in the BCHL. His 10 game-winning goals were a BCHL best, his 32 goals on the season were 7th, and his total of 59 points was good enough for 16th in the league. For his efforts he was named a Second-Team All Star.

The Macomb, Michigan native is committed to play hockey at the University of Michigan next season and will join former Centennials forward and NHLer turned Coach, Bill Muckalt.

Granowicz joins Head Coach Joe Martin as the only two Centennials to be recognized by the BCHL in year end awards.

Here are the 2019 BCHL All-Stars:

First Team
F – Alex Newhook, Victoria Grizzlies
F – Ryan Brushett, Powell River Kings
F – Kevin Wall, Chilliwack Chiefs

D – Carter Berger, Victoria Grizzlies
D – James Miller, Penticton Vees

G – Jack LaFontaine, Penticton Vees

Second Team
F – Mike Hardman, West Kelowna Warriors
F – Nick Granowicz, Merritt Centennials
F – Matt Holmes, Chilliwack Chiefs

D – Layton Ahac, Prince George Spruce Kings
D – Aiden Hansen-Bukata, Nanaimo Clippers

G – Logan Neaton, Prince George Spruce Kings

All-Rookie Team
F – Kent Johnson, Trail Smoke Eaters
F – Kevin Wall, Chilliwck Chiefs
F – Matt Holmes, Chilliwack Chiefs

D – Nick Bochen, Prince George Spruce Kings
D – Pito Walton, Coquitlam Express

G – Aidan Porter, Vernon Vipers

 

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