The 2001 born Dollard-des-Ormeaux, QC native and Northeastern University commit adds the most prestigious award of all to his already full trophy case, which already includes CJHL Most Valuable Player, Top Goaltender and Top Rookie honours, as well as earning Top Prospect and Most Valuable Player in the CCHL. Levi led the entire country with a 1.47 GAA and 8 shutouts, while finishing 2nd in Wins (34) and third in SV% (.941).
On top of back-stopping Carleton Place to their seventh straight regular season title, Levi also participated in the CJHL Top Prospects Game and represented Canada East at the 2019 World Junior A Challenge, helping them to a Silver Medal and earning tournament MVP. He is the 8th ranked North American goaltender for the upcoming NHL Entry Draft.
“Devon is just a special person and athlete,” said Canadians Head Coach Jason Clarke. “There is not a selfish bone in his body, which makes him the best teammate I have ever seen in this program in over 11 years. He has been an MVP to his teammates, goalie partner, our organization and community. His personality and his love for being at the rink is infectious.”
Levi is the first player from the CCHL to be named CJHL Player of the Year since Carleton Place Canadians forward Andrew Sturtz brought home the honour in 2014.