Calgary Flames prospect Patrick Sieloff picked up three awards at the annual Windsor Spitfires Awards on Sunday.
The 18 year-old Ann Arbor, MI product was named the Tim Horton's Best Defenceman of the Year, shared the Scott Miller Award with Kerby Rychel and claimed the Jake Pollen Hardest Working Spitfire of the Year award.
The Scott Miller Award goes to the player(s) who show the most commitment to the team, both on and off the ice, throughout the season. The Jake Pollen Hardest Working Spitfire is presented annually to the player whose hard work in the gym, the community and on the ice has helped make the organization better.
Sieloff played 45 games this season before being sidelined by a groin injury. He scored three goals and 11 points and accumulated 85 PIM in that span. He was named one of the Spits assistant captains at the start of the 2012-13 season despite it being his first year in the league.
The Flames selected Sieloff in the second round (42nd overall) of the 2012 NHL Draft.