Ernie Love Trophy stays in Wct. as Mayor & Dorowicz split honor.

Forwards Spencer Dorowicz (Olds Grizzlys) and Colten Mayor (Whitecourt Wolverines) are the co-winners of the Ernie Love Trophy as the Scoring Champions with 75 points in the regular season.

Colten Mayor (St. Albert, AB) completed his first AJHL season with points in 16 of his last 17 games.  The 20 year-old opened the 2013-2014 season with a 5 point game, and continued on for 31 goals, 44 assists and 75 points.  Mayor led the AJHL with 1.4 points per game

Mayor was selected as the Pro Hockey Life Player of the Game 10 times in the regular season, and scored 4 game winning goals.  The Wolverines Team Captain was tied in a tight scoring race amongst North Division opponents with four of the top five scorers hailing from divisional rivals.

Spencer Dorowicz (Olds, AB) scored 40 goals, 35 assists and 75 points to lead the South Division and the AJHL in scoring this season.  The 20 year-old scored a league leading 9 game winning goals, 15 powerplay goals, and recorded 3 hat tricks.  He was named the Pro Hockey Life Player of the Game 13 times in the regular season and was a finalist for the AJHL MVP Award.

Spencer is in his fourth season with the Grizzlys and has committed to Robert Morris University for the 2014-2015 season.  Throughout his AJHL career, he amassed 179 points in 223 games for the Grizzlys.  Dorowicz scored 43 points in the 2012 and 2013 seasons, before breaking out with a 75 point performance this year.

The recipient of the 2012-2013 Ernie Love Trophy was Mathieu Guertin of the Whitecourt Wolverines, who won the scoring race with 95 points.  The last member of the Olds Grizzlys to win the AJHL Scoring Champion Title was Dana Lattery in 1999-2000, who was also a co-winner with 108 points (64 game schedule).   The Scoring Champion has been awarded to co-winners four times in the 50 year history of the Alberta Junior Hockey League.