Dryden GM Ice Dogs Braeden Allkins Wins Scoring Title

SIJHL Hockey
Dryden Iced Braedwn Alikins wins scoring title.
Dryden Iced Braedwn Alikins wins scoring title.

THUNDER BAY, Ont. – The Superior International Junior Hockey League announced Monday that Dryden GM Ice Dogs forward Braeden Allkins has officially captured its year-end regular season scoring title for 2016-17.

Allkins topped all SIJHL skaters in offensive production with 97 points in 54 games played, that featured a league-best 53 goals along with 44 assists.

His totals also established a new club mark for goals and points in a single season.

The 20-year-old Golden, B.C. product also led the way in SIJHL power play markers with 16 and game-winning goals with eight.

His four shorthanded tallies tied him for first in league play.

Allkins becomes the just the third Dryden player in the 16-year history of both the franchise and the SIJHL to win the league scoring title.

He joins Cole Golka (89 pts) and Nicholas Doiron (85 pts) on this exclusive list that led the way in points back in 2014-15 and 2007-08 respectively.

The following is the SIJHL’s all-time regular season scoring leaders by season:

SIJHL all-time single-season scoring leaders
2016-17 Braeden Allkins Dryden GM Ice Dogs 97
2015-16 Dylan Robertson Fort Frances Lakers 88
2014-15 Cole Golka Dryden GM Ice Dogs 89
2013-14 Lucas Debenedet Fort Frances Lakers 113
2012-13 Mike Dietrich Minnesota Wilderness 78
2011-12 Byron Katapaytuk Fort Frances Lakers 85
2010-11 Austin Adduono Wisconsin Wilderness 82
2009-10 Trevor Gamache Fort William North Stars 80
2008-09 Trevor Gamache Fort William North Stars 103
2007-08 Nicholas Doiron Dryden Ice Dogs 85
2006-07 Chris Bryson Schreiber Diesels 129*
2005-06 Kory McEwen Fort William North Stars 119
2004-05 Spencer Bodnar Fort William North Stars 87
2003-04 Steve Atkins Fort William North Stars 77
2002-03 Trevor Karasiewicz Thunder Bay Bulldogs 105
2001-02 Trevor Karasiewicz Thunder Bay Bulldogs 85
*-League record
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