A tremendous season led to a heap of hardware for Diamond Energy Female Midget AAA Wildcats captain Taylor Lind.

In her third-and-final season of Sask Female Midget AAA Hockey League action, Lind racked up three awards.

Lind most-notably was named 'Hayley Wickenheiser League MVP', also earning the 'Kelly Bechard Top Scorer' award, as well as a nod as a 'First Team All-Star'.

She became the third Wildcat to earn an MVP award, joining Bailey Habscheid in 2009-10, and Jasey Book in 2015-16.

The Shaunavon product posted a career-high 60 points (29 G, 31 A), playing in all 28 regular-season games. The point total was a dozen more than second place in the league scoring race.

Lind said that she had more success at the offensive end this season, and in her career, keeping stats off the mind.

"I think just keeping it positive, constantly working to get better, and not focusing on that," she said. "When I focus on that, I find that I struggle putting the puck in the net - just going out and having fun."

The regular-season honours round out Lind's total at seven awards over three years.

In 2016-17, Lind was named the 'Dana Antal Top Rookie', won her first of two 'Kelly Bechard Top Scorer' awards after posting 58 points (36 G, 22 A), while also being named a 'First Team All-Star'.

Into 2017-18, Lind's lone award came via another 'First Team All-Star' nod, as she finished third in league scoring with 53 points.

Lind ended her regular-season run with some lofty numbers on the SFMAAAHL all-time rankings.

Second all-time: 170 points
Second all-time: 2.05 points-per-game
Third all-time: 97 goals
Sixth all-time: 77 assists

As a 2002, Lind will graduate with the 2001 class, and is set to join former Wildcats captain Taylor Kirwan at Lindenwood University for the 2019-20 season.

After checking boxes on every individual honour possible for the forward, all that's left is the biggest feat yet.

"It's obviously awesome and it's very exciting that that stuff is noticed, but the only way that it can make it better is to finish off with a league championship here," said Lind.

Lind and the Wildcats get their league semi-final series underway Saturday afternoon, as they're in the provincial capital taking on the Regina Rebels for Game 1 at 4:45 p.m.

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