The seven-team league held its annual awards dinner at the Murphy’s Community Centre in Charlottetown.
Cummiskey finished second in the league scoring race, two points behind Spencer McAllister of the Mid-Isle Matrix. In 30 regular-season games, Cummiskey recorded 57 points – 26 goals and 31 assists.
McAllister, who was presented with the top scorer award, registered 38 goals and 21 assists for 59 points.
Spencer Ross of the Kings County Kings was recognized as the league’s top defenceman. Ross recorded 22 points – four goals and 18 assists – in 30 regular-season games.
Zach Geldert of the Charlottetown Abbies was announced as the league’s top goaltender. In 16 regular-season games, Geldert recorded a 13-2-1 (won-lost-tied) record along with a 2.82 goals-against average.
Abbies forward Matt Lange was named the most sportsmanlike player. In 27 regular-season games, Lange was assessed 26 penalty minutes.
The Red Devils were presented with the regular-season championship after going 18-7-5.
The guest speaker was Dylan Taylor, a former player and coach with the UPEI Panthers and current player scout for the UNB Varsity Reds’ men's hockey team.
Taylor’s message was about key lessons he learned about life through his experiences in hockey. He stressed the importance of respect, work ethic, dreaming big and getting an education in his advice to the players.
Also at the head table was Phillip Brown from the Charlottetown Minor Hockey Association, who reminded teams of the first-ever recipient of the Drew Power Leadership Award coming from the midget AAA Abbies during the Spud minor hockey tournament. The award went to Abbies captain Mark MacMillan.
The criteria used to select the recipient included a player who displays outstanding work ethic; puts team goals above personal goals; inspires, encourages and stands up for teammates; loves hockey, and displays a high level of commitment.
P.E.I. Midget AAA Hockey League all-stars:
Goal - Zach Geldert (Charlottetown)
Defence - Spencer Ross (Kings County)
Defence - Jeff Gaudet (Western)
Forward - Patrick Cummiskey (Pownal)
Forward - Spencer McAllister (Mid-Isle)
Forward - Nick MacDonald (Charlottetown)
Goal - Alex Smith (Mid-Isle)
Defence - Jackson Donovan (Charlottetown)
Defence - Mark Burke (Pownal)
Forward - Jason Gallant (Western)
Forward - Harrison Hayden (Pownal)
Forward - Connor Smith (Sherwood