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Richmond, VA (SportsNetwork.com) - Villanova junior quarterback John Robertson and William & Mary senior defensive end Mike Reilly were named CAA Football offensive and defensive players of the year, respectively, on Tuesday. Coach of the year honors went to New Hampshires Sean McDonnell, whose 10-1 squad ended the regular season with the No. 1 ranking. Other award winners: William & Mary senior place-kicker John Carpenter (special teams); Albany wide receiver Josh Gontarek (offensive rookie); Delaware defensive tackle Blaine Woodson (defensive rookie); and Albany senior wide receiver Jake Meek (Chuck Boone Leadership). New Hampshire placed five players on the CAA first team and a conference-high 13 across first, second and third teams. 2014 ALL-CAA FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (As voted on by the head coaches) OFFENSE QB - John Robertson, Villanova, Jr. RB - Mikal Abdul-Saboor, William & Mary, Jr. RB - Darius Victor, Towson, So. FB/HB - Seth Fisher, Richmond, Jr. WR - R.J. Harris, New Hampshire, Sr. WR - Michael Johnson, Delaware, Sr. WR - Tre McBride, William & Mary, Sr. TE - Nick Boyle, Delaware, Sr. TE - Harold Spears, New Hampshire, Sr. OL - Mike Coccia, New Hampshire, Sr. OL - Austin Gund, Richmond, Sr. OL - Bruce Johnson, Maine, Jr. OL - Andrew Jones, William & Mary, Jr. OL - Vince Kowalski, Villanova, Sr. PK - John Carpenter, William & Mary, Sr. KR - Derrick Joseph, Towson, Sr. PR- Casey DeAndrade, New Hampshire, So. DEFENSE DL - Ryan Delaire, Towson, Sr. DL - Sage Harold, James Madison, Sr. DL - Evan Kelly, Richmond, Jr. DL - Victor Ochi, Stony Brook, Jr. DL - Mike Reilly, William & Mary, Sr. LB - Andrew Bose, Rhode Island, Sr. LB - Don Cherry, Villanova, Jr. LB - Christophe Mulumba Tshimanga, Maine, So. LB - Luke Rhodes, William & Mary, Jr. CB - Davonte Anderson, Stony Brook, Sr. CB - Casey DeAndrade, New Hampshire, So. 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LeBrun: Stevens would have had an interview - at very least - with the Hurricanes, Penguins and Canucks but he decided to stay put in Los Angeles, where he was promoted from assistant head coach to associate head coach. I spoke to Stevens and the one thing thats out there that he claims is absolutely false is that this promotion is not about a succession plan. There have been rumours that hes in line to replace Darryl Sutter as coach at some point in the next couple of years. Those are not true, according to Stevens. He stayed because he wants to be there and one day if he wants to be head coach, it will probably happen somewhere else. On the trade front, three centres are drawing a lot of attention. Amongst them is Joe Thornton, who has a no-movement clause. Would he willing to waive it? LeBrun: Joe Thornton has yet to tell the San Jose Sharks he wants to be moved somewhere. Right now, Thornton wants to stayy in San Jose.dddddddddddd Could that change by the end of the summer? I suppose it could before the end of the summer. In the meantime, teams who are intrigued are calling San Jose. Amongst those teams are the Detroit Red Wings. Thornton is from St. Thomas, not too far from Detroit but, again, none of that talk means anything until Thornton decides to tell the Sharks he does not want to be a part of the rebuilding plan, and that has not happened at this point. A lot of talk surrounding Ryan Keslers availability and the availability of Jason Spezza, who after Bryan Murray spoke at the general managers meeting, sounds like its a fait accompli hes moving. LeBrun: Once we get to the draft in Philadelphia it looks like things will really heat up on the Spezza trade front and on the Ryan Kesler trade front, obviously with first-round picks being involved next Friday night. The Anaheim Ducks are real wild card in all of this. We know they want another centre and they tried to get Kesler at the trade deadline in March but failed. The Ducks have talked to Ottawa about Spezza and have talked to the Canucks, again, about Kesler but the price is too high. I think the Senators would love to get their first round pick back from Anaheim, which they traded for Bobby Ryan, but I dont think Anaheim is willing to make that deal. McKenzie: Keep on eye on the Boston Bruins; they have surplus of defencemen. Obviously, Zdeno Chara and Dougie Hamilton wont be moved but Johnny Boychuk, Dennis Seidenberg, Adam McQuaid, Kevan Miller, Torey Krug and Matt Bartkowski, who are all NHL-caliber defencemen. Dont be surprised if they move one of those players for a forward. The Bruins are still looking to sign Jerome Iginla and whether that deal gets done or not will dictate their needs this off-season. Could restricted free agent P.K. Subban draw an offer sheet this summer? Dreger: Hell definitely be a prime target but it is hard to say that it is likely to happen. 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