Young hockey players recognized at annual Awards Night

Ron Robinson Award – presented by Curtis and Rachelle Robinson

Awarded by FSJMHA to recognize the years of service by Ron Robinson as a coach and a member of the executive. This is presented to a Pre Novice player who shows sportsmanship and citizenship on and off the ice and true enjoyment of the game.

Winner: Landon Alexander

 

Esso Medals were awarded to three players on each team who have been chosen for his or her dedication, sportsmanship or skill improvement

Earl Alexander & Sons

Most Dedicated: Bryan Mannoly

Most Sportsmanlike: Kyler Merwin

Most Improved: Braden McCormack

Petroleum Association Midget Tier II

Most Dedicated: Michael Maksymic

Most Sportsmanlike: James Ross

Most Improved: Hayden Harsch

 

Earl Alexander Award – presented by Zelpha Alexander

Presented by FSJMHA to recognize the organizational work carried out by Earl Alexander in the early years of the association. This award is presented to a Novice player showing sportsmanship, leadership and true enjoyment of the game.

Winner: Brooke Disher

 

Bantam Esso Medals

Canadian Tire

Most Dedicated: Cade van Dale

Most Sportsmanlike: Cody Bird

Most Improved: Riley Crawford

Royal Bank

Most Dedicated: Ashley Milligan

Most Sportsmanlike: Nick Page

Most Improved: Liam Ratcliffe

Knights of Columbus Bantam Tier II

Most Dedicated: Austin Baxter

Most Sportsmanlike: Jacob Lang

Most Improved: Tavis Viens

Flint Energy Bantam

Most Dedicated: Deklan Mengering

Most Sportsmanlike: Craig Grimes

Most Improved: Joel Bourgeois

 

Dale Palmer Award-House Player in Atom Division

Presented by FSJMHA to recognize the leadership provided by Dale Palmer over the years to many young players in the association. This award is presented to an Atom player who shows excellent leadership on and off the ice, as well as good sportsmanship and true enjoyment of the game.

Winner: Josh Goeson

 

Kinsmen Award – Development Player in Atom Division

Presented by FSJMHA to recognize the leadership and generosity shown by the volunteers of the Kinsmen Club of Fort. St. John. This award is presented to an Atom player who shows excellent leadership on and off the ice, as well as good sportsmanship

Winner: Brophy Dunne

 

PeeWee Esso Medals

Shopper’s Drug Mart

Most Dedicated: Cache Willson

Most Sportsmanlike: Rylan Wheeler

Most Improved: Nick Baxter

AAA Safety

Most Dedicated: Colten Punter

Most Sportsmanlike: Austin Zacharias

Most ImprovedI: Jason Lee

OilWest

Most Dedicated: Seth Sutherland

Most Sportsmanlike: Anthony Garner

Most Improved: David Shipalesky

Tom’s Construction

Most Dedicated: Dawson Phillips

MS: Davin Klassen

Most Improved: Cameron Irwin

Ross H. MacLean PeeWee Tier II

Most Dedicated: Connor Bowie

Most Sportsmanlike: Jayden Greyeyes

Most Improved: Adam Melnyk

 

Corey Lee James Schultz Memorial Award – presented by Kristy Wagner

Presented on memory of Corey who passed away at the age of 14. Corey played hockey with heart and his own style of energized spirit. His sense of humor was shared and enjoyed by all. This award is presented to a Pee Wee player in our rep system who exemplifies this type of spirit toward the game, both on and off the ice.

Winner: Reid Jacobs

 

June Godberson Memorial Award – presented by Kristy Wagner

Presented in memory of a very special person who believed in keen competition. She always felt people should be given the opportunity to excel in their sport showing sportsmanship, leadership abilities and true enjoyment of the game. This award is open to all Pee Wee players.

Winner: Connor Bowie

 

Mike Brandmann Memorial award – presented by Chris Brandmann

Presented in Memory of Mike, who passed away at the age of twenty. Mike immigrated to Canada with his family in 1980. Hockey became the central focus of his life. Mike loved the game and worked hard to become the best player possible. Mike finished his hockey career as a member of the Midget Rep Team. This award is presented to a Pee Wee player who is dedicated to hard work and who displays a love for the game.

Winner: Isaac Wagner

 

Atom Esso Medals

Alpine Glass

Most Dedicated: Kegan Ostle

Most Sportsmanlike: Kade Jacobs

Most Improved: Justin Schaefer

Integra Tire

Most Dedicated: Josh Goeson

Most Sportsmanlike: Robert Wick

Most ImprovedI: Dakota Krahn

Northern Metalic

Most Dedicated: Hunter Gibb

Most Sportsmanlike: Tiana Brown

Most Improved: Jacob Jungen

Pomeroy

Most Dedicated: Cheere Peters

Most Sportsmanlike: Kennedy Morgan

Most Improved: Jack Corr

Pimm’s Production Atom 9 yr old Development

Most Dedicated: Quin Disher

Most Sportsmanlike: Lyndon Fell

Most Improved: Ryan O’Conner

Kin Club Atom 10yr old Development

Most Dedicated: Noah Lang

Most Sportsmanlike: Tyler Musgrove

Most Improved: Garret Busche

 

Bryan Phillips Memorial award – presented by Kristy Wagner

Presented in memory of Bryan Phillips for sportsmanship, contribution to team play and pure enjoyment of the sport of hockey, not necessarily being the best player. Bantam house players only can qualify for this award.

Winner: Dawson Young

 

Gary Flake Memorial Award – presented by Bruce Craig

Presented in memory of Gary Flake who was a member of our association and passed away at the age of 13. Gary was perfect example of the qualities we are looking for in the recipient of this award. Gary was a gentleman, sportsmanlike and good citizen in all aspects of his life. Players in the Bantam age group are eligible for this award.

Winner: Austin Craig

 

Novice Esso Medals

Sharp

Most Dedicated: Colby Busche

MS: Owen Lang

Most Improved: Reese Holden

Northern Spring, Brake & Steering

Most Dedicated: Kash Pittam

MS: Nathan Gibson

Most Improved: Kane Pittam

PNG

Most Dedicated: Brooke Disher

Most Sportsmanlike: Kaelen Hynes

Most Improved: Eddie Scarfo

Royal Canadian Legion

Most Dedicated: Evan Wagner

Most Sportsmanlike: Tate Marston

Most Improved: Preston Barrows

Bartek

Most Dedicated: Garren Dumanowski

Most Sportsmanlike: Colin Szoo

Most Improved: Cayl Samounty

 

MacLean Herron Award – presented by Lucas MacLean

Presented in honour of Ross H. McLean and John Herron in recognition of their example of “Service About Self” in all aspects of the community. They sponsored the first Pee Wee Team in Fort St. John in the 1955-1956 season and supported all other junior sports. This Award is presented for athletic ability, scholastic performance and citizenship. Players in the midget age are group are eligible for this award.

Winner: Jeff Heber

 

Kenny Kosick Memorial Award – presented by Kristy Wagner

Presented in memory of Kenny Kosick who passed away at the age of 18. Kenny started his hockey career withFSJMHA and represented the game as a true sportsman and leader. Players in the midget age group are eligible for this award on the basis of gentlemanly and sportsmanlike conduct.

Winner: Michael Maksymic

 

Pre-Novice Esso Medals

Pat Preston

Most Dedicated: Landon Alexander

Most Sportsmanlike: Zane Marston

Most Improved: Carson Chipsea

Twilight Pressure Controls

Most Dedicated: Marcus Pasichnyk

Most Sportsmanlike: Landon Hansen

Most Improved: Keynnan Marquardt

Rhyason

Most Dedicated: Caleb Hadland

Most Sportsmanlike: Preston Gessner

Most Improved: Jet Conway

Windsor Plywood

Most Dedicated: Hayden Mycock

Most Sportsmanlike: Paige Brown

Most Improved: Adrianna Hartnell

 

Fort St. John Eagles Women’s Hockey Team Most Dedicated Female Award – presented by Ann Sawyer

Presented to a female minor hockey player who displays dedication to the sport of hockey and consistent effort and sportsmanship.

Winner: Cassidy Bell

 

Kirschner Goal Tender Award – presented by Kristy Wagner

Presented to the goaltender showing sportsmanship, ability, participation and enthusiasm for the game. This award is open to all ages and can be chosen from team or division.

Winner: Cameron Smethurst

 

Referee of the Year Award – presented by Brett McLean

Presented to the referee that shows dedication, consistency and fairness to the game of hockey, and is a strong supporter of the minor hockey program. Referees of all ages are eligible for this award

Winner: Daniel Forrest

 

Coach of the Year Award – presented by Kristy Wagner

This award is presented to the coach who shows respect for officials, opponents and parents, and demonstrates concern for all round development of the players. Nomination is also based on the merits of enthusiasm, leadership and positive impact on players.

Winners: David Alexander & Rich Calliou

 

Doug and Yvonne Wiles Recognition Award – presented by Kristy Wagner

Presented to an individual or sponsor who has dedicated his or her time to the betterment of our Minor Hockey Program and who has helped in the areas where his or her son or daughter is not involved. Those eligible for this award are sponsors, coaches, managers, executive members, referees or adults in any other capacity who have been strong supporters of Minor Hockey at all age levels for many years.

Winner: Brett McLean

 

Hugo Brandmann Memorial Parent Volunteer Award – presented by Chris Brandmann

This award is presented in memory of Hugo Brandmann who loved our national sport and was always willing to volunteer his time for the benefit of our youth. This award recognizes the many hours that parents contribute to the Minor Hockey program where their child is involved to make that division or team an enjoyable and positive hockey experience.

Winner: Jeremy Garner

 

Rotary Fair Play Award – presented by Alec Pryndik

The Rotary Fair Play Award is awarded to the pee wee house team who shows team spirit and sportsmanship.

Winner: Shopper’s Drug Mart

 

Fort St. John Rep team won their All Peace Banner, which was presented to the Ross H. MacLean PeeWee Flyers.

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