Kerfoot wins Fenton award as Coquitlam Express prep for playoffs

A Coquitlam Express player has been named winner of one of the BC Hockey Leagues five major individual awards.

And he’s in good company.

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Forward Colton Kerfoot was awarded the Bob Fenton Trophy for the league’s most sportsmanlike player. 

It’s an award previously won by his brother, former Express player Alex Kerfoot.

The West Vancouver natives are the second brother tandem to win the Fenton Trophy; the others were Paul and Steve Kariya, another North Shore tandem, who both went on to play in the National Hockey League.

Colton Kerfoot is in his second season with Coquitlam. In 56 games, he has racked up 23 goals and 53 and has only had 12 penalty minutes.

The Express kick off the BCHL playoffs this week, playing Friday (March 4) and Saturday in Chilliwack and hosting the Chiefs on March 7 and 8 at Poirier Sport and Leisure Complex.

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