Adam Lowry was named the WHL's player of the year.
Lowry, the team's third-round pick from the 2011 draft, finished the regular season with 45 goals and 43 assists, and he also had five points in five games in the playoffs. The 20-year-old also made his AHL debut, getting an assist in nine games. "Making that switch to center really opened up the ice for me," said Lowry. "As I've gotten stronger I've been able to hang onto the puck longer and win more battles. I'm going to continue to work on getting stronger -- I know the guys in the AHL and NHL are a lot bigger and stronger. "As I get stronger I think that will help with my skating and overall versatility." Lowry will attend the Jets' development camp in the summer prior to heading to the Jets' training camp.