Hyundai Terriers present annual awards

The Yorkton Hyundai Terriers had been preparing for its annual awards banquet following the cancellation of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League season.

And then the situation changed again in the face of COVID-19, and the banquet and awards had to be cancelled too.

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But, the Terriers have taken the opportunity to present the team’s individual team awards, SJHL Awards, and Division Banner before the players departed back home for the offseason.

Here are your 2019/20 Award Winners:

Volunteer of the Year – Yorkton Terriers Hockey Club -- Garry Loutitt

Scholar Athletic Award –Yorkton Terriers Hockey Club – Philippe Bond

Chaplain’s Award – Team Chaplin John Anderson – Alec Zawatsky

Community Service Award – Ed Ruf Memorial – Alec Zawatsky

Unsung Hero Award – Park's Jewellery – Jordan Guiney

Mr. Hustle Award – Yorkton Co-op – Taphorn and Keenan Taphorn

Most Gentlemanly – Yorkton Terriers Hockey Club – Riley Egan

Mr. Personality – Jamie Standish Memorial – Steven Norum

Most Improved – Schoenroths & Wolfe Memorial – Colby Vranai

Most Popular Player – Amos Border Memorial – Chantz Petruic

Rookie of the Year – Dr. Roodt – Brett LeGrandeur

Most Valuable Defenseman –Yorkton Terriers Hockey Club – Tyson Janzen

Most Valuable Player – Guy Lamb Memorial Trophy – Chantz Petruic

Top Scorer – Yorkton Terriers Hockey Club -- Chantz Petruic

Coaches Award – The Josh Campbell Memorial Trophy – Ryan Ries

President’s Trophy– donated by Gene Krepakevich – Chantz Petruic

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