Apr 14, 2014 | webmaster | 2720 views
2014 ALLIANCE Hockey Awards
The ALLIANCE Hockey Awards Program was introduced during the
2001-02 season to formally recognize the efforts and achievements of
ALLIANCE Hockey members who dedicate themselves to furthering the great
game of hockey.
ALLIANCE Hockey Awards include:
Coach of the Year Award,Trainer of the Year Award, Referee of the Year Award, Volunteer of the Year Award and the Award of Merit.The ALLIANCE Hockey Awards Program began in 2001 with the first awards being presented at the 2001 ALLIANCE Hockey Annual General Meeting. The tradition has since continued with awards being bestowed upon local Association individuals who have dedicated themselves to the ideals of ALLIANCE Hockey; who have worked tirelessly for the improvement of their local Association and ALLIANCE Hockey and who have had a notable impact on the game.
ALLIANCE Hockey is aware that there are many individuals dedicating their time and efforts to making this great game even better for those who participate across the ALLIANCE.
Any ALLIANCE Association may nominate a person/people for these awards by forwarding a nomination letter to ALLIANCE Hockey outlining the services the nominee has provided for minor hockey. Nomination letters must come to the ALLIANCE Hockey office via a local Association Representative and must be received on or by May 1, 2014.
Recipients are nominated by their respective local Associations and winners are presented with a plaque and gift. A commemorative plaque also hangs in the ALLIANCE Hockey Corporate Office recognizing the achievements of all recipients.
ALLIANCE Hockey encourages each Member Partner Association to submit nominations.
Click here for a full list of past recipients and an outline of award qualifications.