Jeff Carter will need to find a little more room on his mantle after the Soo Greyhounds captain was honoured with three awards on Sunday.
The Greyhounds honoured their players for their regular season accomplishments in front of the Memorial Gardens faithful before Sunday's regular season finale against the London Knights.
While Jeff Carter was honoured three times, rookie defenseman Brad Good and Jordan Smith also celebrated a pair of award selections.
Carter was presented with the Q-104 Trophy as the team's most valuable player, collected the Esposito Family Trophy as top scorer and was voted by his teammates as the Pete Taylor Memorial Trophy winner as the player's player winner.
Carter led the team with 36 goals and 30 assists for 66 points in 57 games.
Good was selected as the team's Pepsi Canada Trophy winner as rookie of the year while collecting the Sault This Week Trophy as the scholastic player of the year for his efforts in the classroom.
Sault product Jordan Smith was named the Mike Desjardins Memorial Trophy winner as the team's top defenseman while Tyler Kennedy captured the Dr. Bill Kelly Trohpy as the most gentlemanly player.
Andrew Desjardins was selected as the Cooper's Crane Trophy winner as most improved player and Brad Staubitz was named the Sault Star Trophy winner for being the team's unsung hero.
The John Reynolds Memorial Trophy was handed out to Debbie and John Campbell for their years of dedication to the Greyhounds organization.
Local coaching veteran Abbie Carricato was also honoured with the Mike Zuke Memorial Trophy for his dedication to minor hockey in the Sault.
Awards that were not handed out on Sunday were presented on Monday as Smith and Jeff Larsh shared the Dawson & Keenan award for best plus/minus rating with a +12. Scott Dobben was named the winner of Molson Cup Three Stars Award.