Kimberley Dynamiters present annual awards

The Kimberley Dynamiters Hockey Club held their annual awards night last Sunday at the Kimberley Conference Centre.

Recipient of the most hardware was Brock Palmer, who was awarded MVP, Most Popular, Best Forward, and Leading Scorer. He also received a Century Club award for playing over 100 KIJHL games. Presenting the MVP award are James Leroux and Derek Stuart. Sponsored by Melody Motors.

The Scholastic Award went to Leith Olafson, presented by Amber Anderson and Carson Loftsgard. Sponsored by High Point Plumbing and Heating.

The Community Service award went to Noah Danforth, presented by Robyn Wardle and Carson Loftsgard. Sponsored by BDO.

Most Improved Player was Beau Larson, presented by Mark Anderson and Byron Garrels . Sponsored by Players Bench.

Most Sportsmanlike Player Ryan Piva. Presented by Kim Leroux and Todd White. Sponsored by Western Financial.

Cam Reid is Rookie of the Year, presented by Nancy Seblosky and Jeff Keiver. Sponsored by Grubstake Pizza.

Unsung Hero is Daniel Anton. Presented by Karrie Hall and Byron Garrels. Sponsored by Coaches.

Cam Russell is the Most Inspirational Player, presented by Troy Pollock and Derek Stuart. Sponsored by Chalet GM.

This year’s 20 year olds are Lucas Chilton, Jack Verstraete, Brock Palmer and Cam Russell. Sponsored by Kimberley Dynamiters Executive.

The Best Defenceman is Lucas Chilton, presented by Mark Anderson and Jeff Keiver. Sponsored by Mark Creek Market.

Dan Graber won the Coaches Award, presented by Head Coach Derek Stuart. Sponsored by the coaches.


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