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Kootenay Ice's Sam Reinhart, right, is named WHL Player of the Year, winning the Four Broncos Memorial Trophy, in Calgary on Wednesdy April 30, 2014. (Larry MacDougal/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Kootenay Ice's Sam Reinhart, right, is named WHL Player of the Year, winning the Four Broncos Memorial Trophy, in Calgary on Wednesdy April 30, 2014. (Larry MacDougal/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

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Kootenay Ice captain Sam Reinhart is the Western Hockey League’s player of the year.

The 18-year-old centre from Vancouver led the Ice in scoring with 36 goals and 69 assists in 60 games.

Reinhart also had six goals and 17 assists in 13 playoff games for the Ice, who were eliminated in the second round.

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Reinhart is also a top-ranked prospect for the NHL entry draft in June.

He is the son of former NHL defenceman Paul Reinhart.

His brother Griffin plays for the WHL’s Edmonton Oil Kings and another brother Max is a Calgary Flames prospect.

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