Isac Nordstrom, Falmouth

• Finished with 31 points despite missing six games due to injury.

• Two-time state champion.

• Has been invited to attend and play hockey as a post-graduate student at Kimball Union, Cushing Academy and Kents Hill.

• Nordstrom should win the award because: There are not many — if any — better two-way players in the state.

• Andrew Whipple on Nordstrom: “Unbelievable. I played him in the playoffs last year and … he deserves the Travis Roy Award. He’s great. He’s fast, he’s big, he’s got good hands, he can see the ice really well.

Andrew Whipple, South Portland/Waynflete/Freeport

• Finished senior season with 42 points.

• Three-year captain, all-state selection as a junior.

• Plans on majoring in business at the University of New Hampshire or Endicott College.

• Whipple should win the award because: He excels at setting up teammates and making those around him better.

• Isac Nordstrom on Whipple: “He’s a great player, a strong, fast skater and it’s fun to watch him play.”

Bradford Berube, St. Dominic Academy

• 106 career regular season points (40 as a senior) while missing just one game in his career.

• Played key role in Saints’ three Eastern A titles in last four years.

• Plans upon pursuing a junior or post-grad season after graduation.

• Berube should win the award because: He has elite speed and play-making abilities.

• Cody Martin on Berube: “He’s great. He’s fast, he’s talented and a good player.”

Cody Martin, Lawrence/Skowhegan

• Led Eastern Class A in both goals and points.

• Three-sport athlete, carries a 3.75 GPA in the classroom.

• Intends on playing both football and baseball at Endicott.

• Martin should win the award because: He is as good of a pure goal scorer as there is in the state.

• Bradford Berube on Martin: “He’s pretty good. He’s a good skater, good passer (and) he has nice hands. He can rip a shot too. He really could take it home. Any one of the contenders for the Travis Roy could.”

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