Vancouver Stealth captain Curtis Hodgson has been named a finalist for the National Lacrosse League's most sportsmanlike player award.

Vancouver Stealth captain Curtis Hodgson has been named a finalist for the National Lacrosse League's most sportsmanlike player award.

Stealth captain up for honour

Curtis Hodgson announced as one of finalists for NLL's sportsmanlike award

Vancouver Stealth captain Curtis Hodgson has been named one of the three finalists for the National Lacrosse League’s sportsmanship award.

Hodgson, a defender, registered just six minutes in penalties while playing in all 18 games this past season. The 11-year veteran also had one goal and five points as well as collecting 45 loose balls.

The other nominees for the award are New England Black Wolves forward Kyle Buchanon and Rochester Knighthawks transition player Jordan Hall.

The winner will be announced on Sept. 29 at the NLL awards ceremony in Toronto.