Minor AAA Petes Hand Out Year-End Awards, News (Peterborough Minor Petes)

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Minor AAA Petes Hand Out Year-End Awards
Submitted By PMHC on Thursday, April 5, 2018
On Tuesday April 3, 2018, the Peterborough Minor Hockey Council celebrated the end of the 2017-18 hockey season with their annual awards banquet at the Kinsmen Centre.


Master of ceremonies Pete Dalliday, co-host of 100.5 FM Fresh Mornings with Pete and Catherine, kicked off the evening by interviewing Minor AAA Petes alumni players Josh Wainman of the Erie Otters and Matt McNamara of the hometown Peterborough Petes.

Their message to the young players, have fun, enjoy your time, and thank your parents for everything they do for you and their sacrifices so you can play AAA hockey.

All team sponsors were recognized with an appreciation plaque:

Rob Eggleton - Nadeau’s Collision Service

Paul Berardi - Berardi Brothers Plumbing and Repairs

Scott Fitzsimmons - Fitzsimmons Towing and Repair

Paul Crowley - Canadian Hockey Enterprises

Julie Russelle - Russelle Chiropractic Wellness Centre

Shawn Woolridge - Evinrude Blades

Billy Smith - BillySmithSells.ca

Dwight Corcoran – Drain Brothers Excavating

Steve Parkes - Rehill Building Supplies

Duane Foley - Foley Bus Lines

Cory Luedtke - Boston Pizza

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Rear (L-R): Ryan Baily, Riley Bates, Ben Lukinuk, Andrew Thake, Darryl Moore, Ryan Ready, Matt Bowen, Donna Johnston, Jim Burchell
Front (L-R): Nathan Twohey, Jacob Crough, Morgan Hyndman, Lewis Chatten, Camden Burke


Award Winners Included:

Goaltender’s Award presented annually to the goaltending duo with the best goals against average. - Lewis Chatten and Morgan Hyndman.


The Chris Fee Award
is presented annually in memory of Chris Fee presented annually to a Major Atom player who is voted by his teammates to be a player who plays the game of hockey with passion, skill and is well respected and liked by his teammates. – Camden Burke


The Wally Beavis Award
is presented annually in memory of Mr. Wally Beavis and is presented to a Major Peewee player who has demonstrated sportsmanship, strong team play, and places the interests of their team and teammates ahead of himself. – Jacob Crough


The Shane Norris Award
is presented annually in memory of Shane Norris to a Major Bantam player who has demonstrated outstanding achievement in scholastic and sportsmanship. The winner of this award is presented with a cheque for $300.00. – Andrew Thake


The John Leahy Award
is presented annually in memory of John Leahy to a player on the Midget team, who has demonstrated great dedication, leadership and sportsmanship. - Riley Bates


OHL Peterborough Petes Education Fund Scholarship/Bursary Award
is presented to a graduating AAA Petes player who is pursuing the trades or post-secondary education. . The recipient of the award is a deserving student who has given back to their community. He has demonstrated an excellent work-ethic on and off the ice, at school and is an ambassador of the minor Petes organization. - Ryan Baily

The James Johnston Memorial Award is an organization-wide award that was created in memory James Johnston. This award is presented annually to a minor Petes player who exemplifies James Johnston’s character and skill.

Nominees from each team:

Novice – Jack Hatton

Minor Atom – Declan Ready

Major Atom – Tyler Bolton

Minor Peewee – Sam Corcoran

Major Peewee – Nicholas Tripp

Minor Bantam – Nick Roode

Major Bantam –Nathan Twohey

Minor Midget – Will Cranley

Major Midget – Nolan Seto

James Johnston Memorial Award winner – Nathan Twohey

 

The David James Award was created in memory of David James and is presented annually to a minor Petes player who exemplifies David James’ character.

Nominees from each team;

Novice – Nathan White

Minor Atom – co-nominees Morgan Hyndman and Lewis Chatten

Major Atom – Masen Johnston

Minor Peewee – Colby Wood

Major Peewee – Alex Whitney

 Minor Bantam – Chase DeNoble

Major Bantam – Connor Lever

Minor Midget – Ben Lukinuk

Major Midget – Ryan Bailey


David James Memorial Award winner – Ben Lukinuk  


The Vali Ali Manager of the Year Award is presented annually to a team manager for dedicating their time and energy, who works hard behind the scenes in making sure that a team is successful both on and off the ice.Donna Johnston


Trainer of the Year Award
presented annually to the team Trainer who has demonstrated outstanding dedication and service in the areas of safety and risk management as well as a commitment to the values of safety and enjoyment.Darryl Moore


Technical Coach of the Year Award
presented annually to a head coach who has demonstrated a high level of coaching ability with a focus on technical skills and a proven commitment and dedication to his players both on and off the ice.Matt Bowen


Coach of the Year Award
presented annually to a head coach who is admired for dedicating his time and energy, works hard making sure that the team's success is both on and off the ice, leads by example and gives effort above and beyond what is necessary.Ryan Ready


The President’s Award
is presented annually to honor a volunteer in the Peterborough Minor Hockey Council who has provided many hours of dedicated Service to the Council.Jim Burchell


Esso Player Achievement Awards

Novice

Most Dedicated – Garrett Jones

Most Improved – Joseph Hulsman

Most Sportsmanlike – Jack Nichols

Minor Atom

Most Dedicated – Colin Fitzgerald

Most Improved - Aiden Stabler

Most Sportsmanlike – Graydon Walst

Major Atom

Most Dedicated: Ben Bowen

Most Improved: Calum Couch

Most Sportsmanlike: Holden Rutherford

Minor Peewee

Most Dedicated - Porter Martone

Most Improved - Rowan Stewart

Most Sportsmanlike – Joel Kosobucki

Peewee          

Most Dedicated - Lucas Moore

Most Improved - Bobby Crowe

Most Sportsmanlike – Kohl Millitz

Minor Bantam

Most Dedicated- Daniel Clark

Most Improved- Briar Hislop

Most Sportsmanlike- Ryan Bell

Bantam

Most Dedicated- Jack Faulkner

Most Improved- Cody Beavis  

Most Sportsmanlike- Matthew Campbell

Minor Midget

Most Dedicated- Will Cranley

Most Improved-Austin Pearce

Most Sportsmanlike- Luc Reeve

Major Midget

Most Dedicated- Jacob Seyers

Most Sportsmanlike- Jack Dobie

Most Improved- Riley Wade

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