MMHA 2018-2019 Award Nominations (Midland Minor Hockey Association)

Print MMHA 2018-2019 Award Nominations
Due by April 5th, 2019
  1. MMHA 2018-2019 Award Nominations

    Note: You are not required to complete the entire form. You may nominate players or volunteers only for specific awards.

    Please be sure to provide as much detail and positive feedback about your nominations as you can so the executive can review and chose the best recipient possible for each of these well-earned awards.

    Thank you in advance and we look forward to receiving your MMHA Awards nominations!

Bill Jones Memorial Novice Award
Most Desire, Dedication and Determination for NOVICE Division
ESSO Achievement Atom Award
Most Improved Player for ATOM Division
Roy Burke Memorial Peewee Award
Best all round effort Peewee Division
WM Campbell Peewee Award
Peewee Local League Goaltender of the year
Roy Perrault Memorial Bantam Award
Most Desire, Dedication and Determination for BANTAM Division
K Merritt Memorial Midget Award
Most Desire, Dedication and Determination for MIDGET Division
Terry “Tiger” Moore Memorial Goalie Award
Best All-Around Goalie in MMHA
Duggan Fuels Coach Award
Local League Coach of the Year
Mike Robitaille Memorial Coach Award
Rep/AE Coach of the Year
George Dudley Memorial Award
Person who has contributed the most to MMHA
Danny Wood Memorial Trainer Award
Danny Wood was a true friend and supporter of Midland Minor Hockey. He served on the MMHA executive for more than a decade and was a lifetime member. He was always there whenever anyone needed something in a pinch. It didn’t matter if you were a local or a visiting player – he had whatever was forgotten at home; gloves, helmet, you name it. In his memory, the Midland Minor Hockey Association has created the Danny Wood Memorial Trainer Award. It will be given annually at the MMHA banquet.
  1. Criteria: 1. Recipient has completed the Hockey Trainers’ Certification Program. 2. Abides by the Hockey Trainers’ Certification Program Code of Ethics. 3. Advocates safety for all participants and embodies the values of enjoyment, fair play, sportsmanship, education and integrity in the game of hockey. 4. Rostered to a current MMHA team as a Trainer.
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