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It was a night of Awards in the Dog Pound

League Awards waiting to be handed out.

MJHL Commissioner Kim Davis was on hand last night to hand out the league awards earned by this year’s Terriers.

First up earning the Hockey Ability and Sportsmanship Award was Jeremey Leipsic. Jeremey sits atop the scoring race where he’s been all season averaging 1.7 points per game earning just 12 penalty minutes in 58 games played to date. Jeremey also earned a spot on the first All Star team.

Also earning All Star team nods were Chase Brakel for the 2nd All Star Team and runner up for the MVP award and Layne Toder for the Rookie All Star Team.

Mark Killam was up next to hand out the award for Fan Favorite as voted on by the fans and sponsored by the Portage Co-op and the award went to Jeremey Leipsic.

The last award for the evening was the Liquor and Lotteries IMPACT Player of the month for February presented by Jason Bond. Jeremy Leipsic picked up the award earning 20 points  in 11 games

The Terriers Ladies Auxiliary will be having their annual Awards night banquet this Saturday at the Canad Inn. Please contact Jean or Colleen for tickets if you are interested in attending.

Colleen 204-856-2727 or Jean 204-856-3719