The AJHL's MVP this season, is 17 year old Okotoks Oilers star, Dylan Holloway.

Holloway, who's still a year away from draft eligibility, had a banner year as he leads the AJHL in scoring this season with 40 goals and 48 helpers.

He also suited up for Team Canada West at the World Junior "A" Hockey Challenge, and the CJHL Prospects game.

He also won a gold medal with Canada at the Hlinka-Gretzky Cup.

Oilers Captain, Kyle Gordon, won the league's Most Dedicated Player Award Thursday, February 28.

The Oilers are home to Brooks Friday, March 1, as they play the first of back to back games against the Bandits to end the regular season.

They're in Brooks for the season finale, Saturday, March 2.

The take on the Calgary Canucks in their best of five first round playoff series starting next week.

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