Paterson, MacInnis, Llewellyn up for hardware at tonight’s OHL awards

The Kitchener Rangers could be bringing home some hardware Tuesday night.

Three players are finalists in the OHL’s year-end awards.

Rangers goalie Jake Paterson is up for Goaltender of the Year and Overage Player of the Year. The Mississauga native posted a .929 save percentage in 26 games with the Rangers, going 14-10-1-1 in that stretch.

Centre Ryan MacInnis is Kitchener’s finalist for the Red Tilson Trophy for Most Outstanding Player of the Year. The Arizona Coyotes signee had 25 goals and 37 assists in 67 games this past season and was recognized by the Rangers as the team’s Most Valuable Player.

Darby Llewellyn is nominated for Most Sportsmanlike Player of the Year. The Ann Arbor, Michigan-raised winger was also named the Most Gentlemanly Player at the Rangers’ year-end banquet in April.

The OHL awards will be handed out at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto.

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