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Terriers’ Awards Banquet

This year’s graduating players Ryan Hendrix, Riley Thiessen, Josh Martin and Carter McMurdo.

It was the Portage Terriers Awards Banquet tonight at the Canad Inns in Portage la Prairie.

Terriers’ Forward Jeremey Leipsic was the big winner of the night taking home 3 individual awards. Top Scorer, Sportsmanship with Ability and Fan Appreciation voted on by the fans and awarded on ice at the last home game.

16 year old Layne Toder picked up the nod for Rookie of the year while Chase Brakel picked up MVP.

Graduating player Ryan Hendrix was also a multi award winner picking up, Outstanding Team Player and the Community Spirit Award.

Below are all of tonight’s award winners

Rookie of the year – Layne Toder

Best Defensemen – Riley Thiessen

Most Improved Player – Cody Thompson

Top Scorer – Jeremey Leipsic

Most Valuable Player for Central Plains – Cody Thompson

Best Defensive Forward – Ty Barnstable

Sportsmanship with Ability – Jeremey Leipsic

Community Spirit Award – Jared Roy, Ryan Hendrix and Ryan Sokoloski

Best Defensive Defenseman – Kain Stevenson

Outstanding Team Player – Ryan Hendrix

Most Valuable Player – Chase Brakel

Fan Appreciation – Jeremey Leipsic

Geno Romanow Award of Dedication – Mike, Mackenzie and Kate Jordan

Veteran Awards

Riley Thiessen – 2 years

Ryan Hendrix – 2 years

Carter McMurdo – 1 year

Josh Martin – 1 year