Former Rebels Receive Awards, News (TCDMHA)

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Jul 10, 2011 | Vonnie Crawford | 1634 views
Former Rebels Receive Awards
At the Owen Sound Junior B Greys Awards night held at the Scenic City Golf Course, 2 former TCDMHA Rebels received awards.

Matt Gowland received the Arnold Shaw Memorial Most Improved Player Award.  Matt suffered a broken ankle during the Greys 1st Exhibition game.  Matt continued to persevere until about Christmas when he was able to return to the ice.  Matt's hard word and determination continued for the balance of the season

Tyler Crawford was presented The Howard Hindman Leadership Award and The Owen Sound Police Association Community Service Award was jointly presented to Tyler & Nikolas McIver. 

A complete list of Jr B Greys award winners is available at www.osgreys.com

The Greys will be hosting their Training Camp for the 2011-2012 season on July 22nd - 24th at the Owen Sound Coliseum we wish all TCDMHA players that have been selected to return to the main camp the best of luck.

10 weeks until tryouts.......... enjoy your summer
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