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Spitfires phenom Hall wins MVP, makes all star team at Memorial Cup

RIMOUSKI, Que. - Windsor Spitfires phenom Taylor Hall was named most valuable player of the MasterCard Memorial Cup and also made the tournament all-star team on Sunday.

Hall, a candidate to be the top pick in the 2010 NHL draft, had two goals and six assists in six games.

The top scorer was in the tournament was Jamie Benn of the Kelowna Rockets with five goals and four assists, while Yannick Riendeau of the Drummondville Voltigeurs was most sportsmanlike player and Marco Cousineau of Drummondville was named top goaltender.

The all-star team had Cousineau in goal, Kelowna's Tyler Myers and Windsor's Ryan Ellis on defence, and Hall, Benn and Patrice Cormier of the Rimouski Oceanic at forward.

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