Awards handed out

Boundary Minor Hockey Association awards banquet and AGM gave a shout out to Earl Lindsay for his 25 years as an official with the kids.

In a bookend sort of wind-up to the minor hockey season Lynne Wickens made this quilt that was raffled at the awards banquet. At the start of the season her husband Wayne had made a bench out of hickey sticks that sits just inside the dressing room entrance to the arena. The Bohn family won the quilt.

The Boundary Minor Hockey Award Banquet was held last week in the BCSS gymnasium.

Awards were given to the following players:


James Norris Trophy – Savanna Elliot

Hart Award – Danny Macfarlane

Frank Selke Trophy – Wade MacDonald

Calder Trophy – Quinn Johnson

Lady Byng Award – Skyra Elliot

Heart – Ayden Colin

Pee Wee

James Norris Trophy – Ben Macfarlane

Hart Award – Rylonn Elliot

Frank Selke Trophy – Sarah MacDonald

Calder Trophy – Grayson Fromme

Lady Byng Award – Kayden Eaton

Heart – Marcus Getz


James Norris Trophy – Shane Kappes

Hart Award – Patrick Cudworth

Frank Selke Trophy –

Robert McLaren

Calder Trophy – Alex Batten

Lady Byng Award – JT Boltz


What the trophies and awards mean:

Hart Trophy – Most valuable player on the team (any position).

James Norris Trophy – Defense who demonstrates the greatest all-around ability in the position.

Calder Trophy – Most proficient first-year player; could also go to the most improved.

Frank Selke Trophy – Forward who best excels at the defensive aspects of the game.

Lady Byng Award – The player who exhibits the best sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct combined with a high standard of playing.

Heart Trophy – Each team has a perpetual trophy (as well as a keeper) that is given to an outstanding player. The criteria are as follows: a player who demonstrates passion, dedication, sportsmanship and proficiency in the game. This player should demonstrate excellent leadership, enthusiasm and respect, on and off the ice, as well as in and out of the dressing room. Where possible, the player should have contributed in some other way to the game, the association, and/or to the betterment of hockey in the Boundary.

H – heart (dedication, passion)

E – empathy, enthusiasm

A – ability

R – respect for coaches, other players and one’s self

T – time contributed to team as well as to others

The Boundary Minor Hockey Association also recognized Earl Lindsay for his 25 years as an official with the league.


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