Jaroslav Cesky landed the English Premier League player of the year after a stunning debut season for Bracknell Bees.
The Czech forward, who had posted more than 100 points at an average of more than two a game, said: “I really enjoy playing here in Bracknell. It's a great organisation with fans who have stood behind us all season long.
“This award is a real honour - it's a fantastic league, with great players, especially the imports, many of whom I played against in the United States. I never thought I would get this kind of award. It's greatly appreciated by me, I'm shocked."
Peter Russell scooped the EPL coach of the year gong after steering Slough Jets to a second-placed finish in his first season in charge after replacing Steve Moria.
Russell, who also helped Great Britain Under-20s to World Championship gold, said: “I don't think anyone expected us to be where we are, it's been a good season and it's so nice to be recognised.
“It's still been tough - we played with three imports for a lot of the season - but the mix in the team has been fantastic. The league is tougher than ever but this has been the most fun I've had."
EPL`s first All-Star team - Goaltender: Gregg Rockman (Slough Jets); Defencemen: Leigh Jamieson (Milton Keynes Lightning), Lukas Zatopek (Milton Keynes Lightning); Forwards: Tony Hand (Manchester Phoenix), Jaroslav Cesky (Bracknell Bees), Blaz Emersic (Slough Jets).
EPL`s second All-Star team - Goaltender: Barry Hollyhead (Milton Keynes Lightning); Defencemen: Mindy Kieras (Basingstoke Bison), James Morgan (Peterborough Phantoms); Forwards: Ed Courtenay (Manchester Phoenix), Ondrej Lauko (Basingstoke Bison), Michal Pinc (Bracknell Bees).