The 2017/2018 PMAHA Awards Presentation & Annual General Meeting is set for April 26th and we need you to contribute:
* of events (for the annual year-in-review slideshow), and team photos if you won/win a PCAHA league or playoff banner. Email me directly with photos or links to a cloud storage of your choice. .
* . This is a great chance to recognize someone in your Hockey Association. Absolute . Email me your nominees and a brief rationale for your selection. The executive would like to begin the candidates review as soon as possible so please submit your entries right away.
Award categories are as follows:
Awarded to player based on overall hockey ability, attitude in the sport, desire to succeed, attendance, and performance in school. Exhibits additional efforts towards hockey other than playing, such as refereeing or mentoring of younger players, etc.. – Atom & above
Coach who instills sportsmanship, winning attitude and dedication to their team. Coaches can be from any division and level
The individual must be a player in the Midget division who best exemplifies dedication, a love of the game and a willingness to work hard on his own behalf and for the good of the team. Must display a sense of fairness to both the opposition and his own team. While the ability level of the player should be reasonably good, it should always be taken in context with the above criteria.
Midget player/Referee (must be in grade 11 or 12) who has showed good sportsmanship, leadership and character. Also based on hockey ability and performance, good school grades and community participation.
Player with perspective, determination and dedication. Has managed to overcome an obstacle. – All divisions
Based on yearlong statistics, overall attitude, parental support, community outreach and the ability to overcome obstacles. Atom & up.
Works on behalf of the Executive and Team. Excellent attitude and shows availability to assist when needed.
Overall hockey ability, attitude, desire, attendance, and school results. Exhibits additional efforts towards hockey other than playing, such as refereeing, helping other coaches, etc. – Atom & above
The award goes to the graduating Bantam player that has exemplified an ambition to play at a higher level and has demonstrated this intention through hard work and leadership on his team over the past season.
The award goes to the player who demonstrates leadership, a positive attitude, sportsmanship, and is a community-driven individual – Atom & above