Langley Rivermen forward Zac Masson (right) was the co-recipient of the FortisBC Energy player of the year award. Jenna Hauck Black Press file photo

Masson earns share of Energy award

Langley Rivermen forward was named FortisBC player of the game a dozen times

Langley Rivermen forward Zac Masson earned a share of the FortisBC Energy player of the year award.

Throughout the season, one player from each game — separate from the three stars — was recognized for their hard work on the ice.

Masson and Wenatchee Wild forward Colin Burston both earned the distinction a dozen times over the 58-game season.

Masson, who was in his final year of junior last season, posted career highs in goals (15), assists (39) and points (54) in 2016/17.