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Premier BHLCongratulations to all the members that participated in the Downsview Park Premier 2012 Fall program. The following individuals were recognized for their outstanding performances.

The Leading Scorer for the season was Mississauga Hawks Captain Matt Tremblett who amassed an astounding 43 points in 14 regular season games. Matt averaged 3.1 points per game. The Hawks scored 82 goals with Matt being part of over 50% of the Hawks offence. Regarded as a true offensive threat, Matt proved he is the elite scorer of the Premier Division.

Leading his club to a first place finish and a jump of six spots from the previous season this year’s Coach of the Year is Marcel Vieira of the Metro Orangemen. The Orangemen finished with a 13-2-3 record to best all other teams and earned a first round bye in the process. With Marcel at the helm the Orangemen have many bright years ahead of them as Premier contenders.

The Rookie of the Year is awarded to a player who has had his first taste of Premier action. This season there was one man that took the division by storm and logged mega minutes. Justin Rita of the North York Hitmen was used in all crucial situations in his rookie campaign. He will be relied on heavily in future years. Congratulations Justin.

This year’s Top Forward is awarded to Paul Duarte of the Toronto Thunder. Finishing second in the scoring race by one point Paul produced 42 scoring points for the high powered offence of the Thunder. Paul is regarded as a solid two way player and is crucial to the success of the Thunders chase of the Premier Championship.

Leading the Premier Fall Division with 13 wins this season’s recipient as Top Goaltender is awarded to Anthony Ferrante of the Vaughan Red Wings. This young acrobatic goaltender is the cornerstone of the VRW and they will lean on him heavily in the upcoming post season series. Ferrante has many fantastic filled seasons ahead of him and the future is definitely bright for this breakthrough youngster.

Playing defense in the Premier Division might be the toughest position of all to excel at. Regarded as the leader of the young Metro Orangemen this year’s winner as Top Defencemen is Chris Creador of the Metro Orangemen. Chris is the total package possessing speed, strength, vision and leadership qualities that are unmatched. A vital piece in the success the Orangemen have attained this season, Chris is a three time All Star with many more accolades to come.

Congratulations to all the 2013 award winners on performing up and above all expectations.

Peter Lorusso
Premier Commissioner


#2 Joe 2013-03-09 04:10
chris creador wins MVP defencemen with 6 points . are you serious . theres so much more better players out there who deserve it . ( dan conte , adam carreira , carlo ace , ) i guesss thats what happens when you kiss ass so much . its a complete joke. so much politics in ball hockey its not even funny . pick people based on how they play . not how there respected or present themselves . complete JOKE ! your right ROB creador has lost his step .
#1 Rob 2013-02-28 11:45
Quick question. Mr. Larusso I would like to know why Chris creador won MVP defence man ? He didn't put up much numbers and from what I saw being around the rink quite frankly he was one of there poorer dman this season. Guys like Adam , Danny Pacheco deserved it more then him if you we're selecting a guy fr that team based on how they lead the leagues in goals against. The hawks had the same amount of goals against and had a few dman in the top 20 in points which would be more deservingly of the award based not only on those facts but also the fact there starting net minder went down and played the last stretch of the season with a below par goalie. I'm not saying who should win this award but just that it was unfairly given . Chris has lost a step or two and isn't the dominate defence man he was a few years ago. Thanks

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