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Award Winners!
Submitted By Tracy Hennekam (new email) on Monday, January 11, 2021
Awards are been presented each year in recognition of players who demonstrate qualities of leadership and sportsmanship. Both on and off the ice.  It's about respect for the sport and for each other.
While we have been limited on numbers to "gather" the following individuals should still be recognized for their outstanding achievement.




The Pete Finn Award:
Awarded to a Timbit and Sr. Initiation level player that loves the game.
Peter Finn was the President for Emily Omemee Minor Hockey for many years.  He was the founder of the mites program when other centres didn't make time for this age group.  Peter taught the kids to respect each other, respect their opponents and to remember it's just a game for fun.  Peter also wanted every kid to give 100% all the time and to play as a team, not as an individual.
Timbit:      Austin Milne                     Sr. Initiation - Sullivan Plaunt

Executive Award:

Presented to the most outstanding Tyke Player (Now Minor Novice)
Lukas Mumford

Ken Byers Memorial Award:
Presented to players that show the most heart and spirit towards the love of hockey.
Novice 3C - Mya Metcalfe Novice OMHA - Cameron Barber Atom 3C - Alex Carmichael
Atom AE - Preston Hobbs Atom OMHA - Evan Mitchell Peewee 3C - Riley McKerr Peewee OMHA - Sam Thurston

Alan Hawman Memorial Award:
The Alan Hawman award has been presented to Bantam players that exemplify sportsmanship and teamwork for the past 37 years within our organization.
Alan was respected by his teammates and coaches. He worked hard and loved playing the sport. He was the assistant team captain in his final year of hockey and received the most sportsmanlike trophy in recognition of his quiet leadership both on and off the ice.  Alan was diagnosed with Leukaemia in his Bantam year of hockey and lost his battle with this illness at the age of 17.  This award has been presented each year since in recognition of players who likewise demonstrate those qualities of leadership and sportsmanship.
Bantam 3C - Avery Armour     Bantam OMHA -Rhys Walden

Most Dedicated and Improved Player in the Organization for the season:
Levi Salmans

Rein Devries Volunteer of the Year:
Awarded to an outstanding association volunteer.
Leanne Mitchell







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