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Awards

Congratulations to all the 2018/2019 Award Winners

 

ATOM "C" PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD

This annual award is awarded to a second-year Atom "C" player demonstrating dedication to the game, playing to the best of his ability, team play, good sportsmanship, leadership, and the earned respect of teammates.

BEN O’NEILL

 

ATOM "A" - FRED DESROCHERS TROPHY

This annual award was donated in 2002 by Fred DesRochers, who is a RMHA Life Member, was a coach, divisional manager, and President in the 1970’s and 80’s. After leaving RMHA, he was owner of the Richmond Sockeyes. This award is given to the Atom Rep player who developed most and contributed most to their team.

DYLAN THOMAS

 

PEEWEE "A" - RCMP TROPHY – JIMMY NG AWARD

This annual award was donated in 2002 by the RCMP in memory of their deceased colleague JIMMY NG. It is awarded to the PeeWee "A" player who best exemplifies team play, leadership, and value to the team.

JAMIE HIKEDA

 

PEEWEE "C" PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD

This annual award is be awarded to a second-year PeeWee "C" player demonstrating dedication to the game, playing to the best of his ability, team play, good sportsmanship, leadership, and the earned respect of teammates.

GREGORY BIAN

 

BANTAM REP AWARD

This annual award is awarded to a second-year Bantam player demonstrating dedication to the game, playing to the best of his ability, team play, good sportsmanship, leadership, and the earned respect of teammates.

BRAEDEN SIHOTA

 

BANTAM "C" PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD

This annual award is awarded to a second-year Bantam "C" player demonstrating dedication to the game, playing to the best of his ability, team play, good sportsmanship, leadership, and the earned respect of teammates.

NATHAN CHU

 

NOAH YELIZAROV MEMORIAL TROPHY

Noah Yelizarov played hockey for RMHA from Novice to Juvenile. In 2004, at age 18, he died tragically in an accident in Thailand while touring with his friends. Noah loved playing hockey, especially being a goalie. This award is given to a deserving graduating Midget player, with first choice going to a goalie.

JONAH PIPKE

 

MIDGET "C" PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD

This annual award is awarded to a third-year Midget player demonstrating dedication to the game, playing to the best of his ability, team play, good sportsmanship, leadership, and the earned respect of teammates.

TANNER PERESCHITZ

 

JUVENILE "A" - LORNE WILLIAMS TROPHY

This annual award is dedicated in the memory of Lorne Williams, former goalie of the Winnipeg Monarchs, was part owner and general manager of the Sockeyes when they won two Provincial Junior A Championships. He died in an industrial accident Saturday, June 21, 1997. This award is given to the player who contributed most to a Juvenile rep team during the most recent season

EJ SHAW

 

T.K. MEMORIAL AWARD

Third-year Juvenile-aged players are eligible for nomination. Criteria for nomination shall be a Player with dedication to the game, playing to the best of their ability, team play, good sportsmanship, the earned respect of teammates and leadership. Coaches may nominate two players per Juvenile team.

This award is in memory of Terry Kelly who died in 1998. Terry Kelly was the son of Shirley Kelly and stepson of Lorne Williams. He played for RMHA through Juvenile and then in the Seafair Industrial League.

MERRICK ROBERTS

JUSTIN GETZ

 

PAT QUINN SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT

KAZ SODA

 

LORNE FRAME MEMORIAL AWARD - Hockey Player of the Year

To be eligible for nomination, the Player must be a third-year Midget Player. The Player should be maintaining a minimum "C" scholastic grade average in school and have not received more than three (3) suspensions since September 1 of the Award season under consideration. Criteria for nomination shall be Player dedication to the game, playing to the best of one’s ability, team play, good sportsmanship, the earned respect of teammates, and leadership. Coaches may nominate two Players per Midget Team. Lorne Frame was one of the founding members of RMHA, and registrar of RMHA for four years. He passed away suddenly on March 5, 1973 at age 55. Lorne was a strong booster of all divisions and put great emphasis on sportsmanship. After his death, a large trophy case at Minoru was donated to the City in his name.

MICHAEL GILL

RYAN BEETSTRA

 

BRUCE ALLISON AWARD

This trophy is awarded to the player registered with RJMHA who contributes time and effort back into the Association. Bruce Allison was a former RMHA President and a President of PCAHA

JOSHUA FREELAND

 

JR Coach of the Year – NOVICE - PEEWEE

JOE MENDOZA

 

Sr Coach of the Year – BANTAM - JUVENILE

SASCHA POGOR

 

Jr Assistant Coach of the Year – NOVICE - PEEWEE

RICK HIKEDA

 

Sr Assistant Coach of the Year – BANTAM - JUVENILE

HAROLD HAIT – 17 YEARS OF SERVICE

 

Jr Team Manager of the Year – NOVICE - JUVENILE

JULIA CHUN

 

Sr Team Manager of the Year – BANTAM - JUVENILE

MICHELE FREWIN

 

MEL PARK AWARD

This award is given to an on-ice official who best exemplifies excellence in officiating and who displays the capability and desire to further his/her officiating skills. Mel Park was killed in an industrial accident December 5, 1975 at age 47. He was Division Manager for the eight-team Bantam Division that year.

COLE CHO

 

EXCELLENCE IN OFFICIATING AWARD

This award is presented to the on-ice official who best exemplifies excellence in officiating. The criteria are for outstanding service and competence as an on-ice official, dependability and dedication to maintaining the standards of officiating. Nominations are accepted from the Referee-in-Chief, referee assignors, coaches and players.

HOLDEN SCHNEIDER

 

ROOKIE OFFICIAL OF THE YEAR

This award is presented to the rookie referee who best exemplifies excellence in refereeing. Criteria are competence, dependability, and dedication to refereeing. Nominations are accepted from the Head Referee, referee assignors, coaches and players.

QUINN TEIFFEL

 

OFFICIATING MENTOR OF THE YEAR AWARD

TANNER PERESCHITZ

 

BOB O’BARA MEMORIAL AWARD

This trophy is awarded annually to an adult who has contributed far and beyond the anticipated levels of time, devotion and loyalty to the improvement of hockey in the Richmond Minor Hockey Association.

Bob O’Bara was an assistant coach and Member-at-Large on Board of Directors for RMHA. He died on the way home from a Vancouver Canucks game in 1974 when his son was 10 years old.

NIGEL SHACKLES

SHAWN HILL

ACHILLES MALARI

 

PEGGY MAASKANT AWARD

Peggy was there for the kids from sun up to sundown. Always willing to go the extra mile to ensure the kids were taken care of.

CAROLYN HART

MAHAMMAD KESHVANI

DENISE MENENDEZ

 

PLAYER-COACH MERITORIOUS AWARDS

TRAVIS ALLEN

JOSHUA FREELAND

JONATHAN ILIN

ERIC JOHAL

KYLE WONG

Richmond Jets Minor Hockey Association

As one of the largest minor hockey associations in British Columbia, the Richmond Jets Minor Hockey Association offers an integrated (boys and girls) minor hockey program from Initiation to Juvenile. Featuring both recreational ("C") and competitive ("A") streams, our programs operate out of the three different facilities in the City of Richmond: Richmond Ice Centre (RIC), Minoru Arenas (Stadium and Silver Rinks), Richmond Oval (North and South rinks).

Contact Us

PO Box 94488, Richmond, BC  V6Y 2V6

(604) 454 4494
info@richmondjetsmha.com

We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.

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