Annual MHAL Player Awards, News (Lambeth Minor Hockey)

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Annual MHAL Player Awards
Submitted By Trevor Bailey on Sunday, February 16, 2014
Lambeth Minor Hockey has four player awards that are available annually:
Bill Evans Sr. Memorial Award - all-round upstanding MHAL player
Darcy Thompson Memorial Award - MHAL goalie
Judy Desrosiers Memorial Award - Bantam or Midget defenceman
Gord Ross Sr. Memorial Award - Bantam or Midget offense player



Coaches please forward your player nomination to MHAL (E-mail: [email protected]).  Please provide a description of why your player is eligible for the award.   Presentation will be done at the MHAL Annual General Meeting.

BILL EVANS SR. MEMORIAL AWARD

Ø Established in 1983 and funded from the Bill Evans Sr. Memorial Fund

Ø Presented annually to the MHAL player who shows ability, leadership and is academically sound – an all around upstanding junior citizen.

Ø Recommendation will be put forth by Bill Evans and approved by the Minor Hockey Association of Lambeth Executive (if necessary the Executive will put forth name(s) and approve the recipient).

 

DARCY THOMPSON MEMORIAL AWARD

Ø Established in 1986 to recognize Darcy’s extraordinary commitment to community sports in Lambeth.

Ø Presented annually to the M.H.A.L. goalie who best exhibits leadership, character and athletic achievement.

Ø Selection is by the Minor Hockey Association of Lambeth Executive.

 

JUDY DESROSIERS MEMORIAL AWARD

Ø Presented to the defensive defenceman whose Lambeth Minor Hockey career best exemplifies the spirit of the game of hockey as follows:

Ø A bantam, midget or juvenile defenceman

Ø Has shown leadership both on and off the ice with a true dedication to the game of hockey achieved with hard work as a strong, dependable team player

Ø Selection is by the Minor Hockey Association of Lambeth Hockey Executive

 

GORD ROSS SR. MEMORIAL AWARD

Ø Best offensive player in Bantam or Midget

Ø Established in 2011 to recognize Gord’s extrordinary commitment to Lambeth Minor hockey




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