Levi named CJHL Player of the Year

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Devon Levi of the Carleton Place Canadians was named Canadian Junior Hockey League player of the year, Hockey Canada announced Thursday.

Levi, eighth among North American goaltenders by Central Scouting, posted a 34-2-1 record with a Central Canada Hockey League-leading 1.47 goals against average and .941 save percentage in 37 games with Carleton Place.

The 18-year-old had previously been named the CCHL’s most valuable player, goaltender of the year and top prospect. He earned national honors as most valuable player, top goaltender and top rookie in the CJHL, as well. Levi was also named tournament MVP at the 2019 World Junior A Challenge, leading Team Canada East to its first appearance in the gold medal game since 2016.