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Submitted By ALLIANCE Hockey on Sunday, May 26, 2019
London, ON - The 2019 ALLIANCE Hockey Awards Luncheon was hosted on May 25, 2019 in London, ON honouring six of the Association's best!  The annual event was an opportunity to present awards to 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.  

Award nominations are submitted by the local Associations and are presented in the following categories:
Referee, Trainer, Coach and Volunteer of the Year.
The ALLIANCE Hockey Executive Committee also awarded two Awards of Merit at this year's ceremony.


Congratulations to all of the 2019 award recipients and THANK YOU for your notable impact on the game!


2019 ALLIANCE HOCKEY TRAINER OF THE YEAR
Terry Martens, Chedoke Minor Hockey Association
 
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2019 ALLIANCE HOCKEY REFEREE OF THE YEAR
Ron Guse, Cambridge Minor Hockey Association 

-accepted by Marshall Copp

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2019 ALLIANCE HOCKEY COACH OF THE YEAR
Tom Babcock, Lambton Jr. Sting  


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2019 ALLIANCE HOCKEY VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR
Krista Schnittker, Elgin Middlesex Hockey Alliance

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2019 ALLIANCE HOCKEY AWARD OF MERIT
Matthew Zuccato, Windsor AAA Zone 

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2019 ALLIANCE HOCKEY AWARD OF MERIT
George Ziotek, Brantford Church Hockey League 


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