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CENTRAL ONTARIO JUNIOR C
ANNUAL AWARD WINNERS
MOST VALUABLE PLAYER
Terry Snoddon accepts the Erv Downey Memorial Award as the MVP for the Central League from last year's winner, team mate Kurtis Moore.
The presentation was made in Little Britain on Saturday, February 14th.
Terry Snoddon of the Little Britain Merchants accepts the award for top scorer for the Central League from Convener, Liz Basinger.
ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
Port Perry MoJack, Blake Shaw, accepts the Percy Macklin Memorial Award from Convener, Liz Basinger.
The presentation was made in Port Perry on Sunday, February 15, 2015.
Uxbridge Bruins, Jake Joosten and Brandon Francey received the Smith Family award for team goaltending. At the conclusion of the regular season, the duo posted a GAA of 2.45 to lead the Central League.
2014-2015 AWARD WINNERS
Cougar Cup (Playoff Champions):
Regular Season Champions: Uxbridge Bruins
Smith Family Trophy (Team Goaltending): Uxbridge Bruins
Elinor Gilliam Memorial Trophy (Scoring Champion): Terry Snoddon, Little Britain
Erv Downey Memorial Trophy (MVP): Terry Snoddon, Little Britain
Percy Macklin Memorial Trophy (Top Rookie): Blake Shaw, Port Perry
2014 - 2015 PLAYER OF THE MONTH
Brad Down - Clarington Eagles
Pat Young - Fitzsimmons Lakefield Chiefs
Terry Snoddon - Little Britain Merchants
Travis Brault - Fitzsimmons Lakefield Chiefs
FEBRUARY PLAYER OF THE MONTH
The Central Ontario Junior "C" Hockey League is pleased to announce that Travis Brault of the Fitzsimmons Lakefield Chiefs has been selected as the Ontario Hockey Association's Player of the Month for January/February.
Travis is a 4th year veteran with the Chiefs who excels as a power play forward and penalty killer. Over the final 11 games of the regular schedule, Travis garnered 21 points which put him solidly on top of the Chiefs scoring list.
Off the ice, Travis volunteers as a timekeeper for minor hockey in Peterborough and is a Kawartha Food Share volunteer. He has been certified for non violent crisis intervention and safeTALK and is listed on the Trent University Dean's Honour Roll.
Honourable mentions are extended to Little Britain Merchant, Brett Doble and North Kawartha Knight, Christian Lachapelle for their performance during January and February.