Lambton AAA Annual Banquet & Awards, News (Lambton Jr. Sting AAA Hockey )

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Apr 07, 2016 | webadmin | 2767 views
Lambton AAA Annual Banquet & Awards
Lambton AAA Association held its annual banquet and awards event on Thursday, April 7 at the Dante Club.  Congratulations to the following winners....

Lambton AAA Team of the Year - Minor Atom - Coached by Brad DuryMinor_Atom_Team_of_the_Year.jpg
Coach of the Year - Alex McFadden
Pictured with President Mike Kelly
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Minor Atom MVP - Casey Schouten
Pictured with Coach Brad Drury & President Mike Kelly
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Major Atom MVP - Jace Grail
Pictured with Coach Cory Pageau & President Mike Kelly
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Minor Peewee MVP - Quinton Johnson
Pictured with Assistant Coach Chris Knowles & President Mike Kelly
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Major Peewee MVP - Jett Morningstar
Pictured with Coach Jason Polera & President Mike Kelly
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Minor Bantam MVP - Blake Bulter
Pictured with Coach Alex McFadden & President Mike Kelly
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Minor Midget MVP - Joey Ferrera
Pictured with Coach Jordan Pennesi & President Mike Kelly
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Major Midget MVP - Max Geoffrion
Pictured with Assistant Coach Glen LaCoeur & President Mike Kelly
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Builder of the Year - Darryl Moore
Pictured with President Mike Kelly
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Volunteer of the Year - Caroline Vallee
Pictured with President Mike Kelly
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