2020 BANQUET AND AWARDS CEREMONY CANCELLED
FORT FRANCES LAKERS 2020 AWARDS RECIPIENTS
MVP (sponsored by RBC) – Kyle Uzelman
PITA (sponsored by Rusty Myers Flying Service) – Tyler Malpass
Best Defenceman (sponsored by Revco/Ange and Dave Petsnik) – Mackenzie Flett
Most Sportsmanlike/Gentlemanly Player (sponsored by the McPherson Family) – Benjamin Hoefler
Most Improved Player (sponsored by Super 8) – Noah Loveday
Leadership Award (sponsored by Boston Pizza) – Noah Loveday
Most Dedicated Player (sponsored by Badiuk’s Powersports) – Alex Bugeja
Bev Kotnik Award (sponsored by Fort Frances Lakers Board of Directors) – Alex Bugeja
Rookie of the Year (sponsored by Fort Frances General Supply) – Kiernan Bailey
Congratulations to all of this year’s awards recipients! We are so proud of you!
LAKERS DONATION APPRECIATION FATHER’S DAY DRAW postponed to a later date due to the COVID-19 pandemic – Date TBA
Anyone who has purchased tickets will be contacted soon with the option to a) keep your name on ticket(s) and participate in the draw at a later date or b) have money returned
Prize: 12′ 2019 Princecraft Seasprite, 2019 Mercury 4 stroke Motor & Karavan Trailer
Tickets: $5.00 each or 5 for $20.00 – available at all Lakers home games & Lakers Board members and volunteers
Draw Date: June 21, 2020
Donation sponsor: Nestor Falls Marine
2020 DUDLEY HEWITT CUP CHAMPIONSHIP – CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC – Visit https://www.cjhlhockey.com/en/ for updates
April 29 – May 2, 2020
Fort Frances Memorial Sportsplex
2020 Dudley Hewitt Tournament Passes are on sale at Tagg’s Source for Sports, CC Complex, Lakewood Tire, Fort Frances Memorial Sports Centre front desk and Lakers home games at the merchandise table. Passes are $100 for all 8 games. Contact John Kotnik at 807-276-4207 for more information or to purchase your pass today.
HUMBOLDT BRONCOS – WE PLAY FOR THEM
As a part of the nation-wide tribute to the Humboldt Broncos, the Fort Frances Lakers raised a memorial banner at our season opener on Friday, September 28, 2018. The banner will remain in the IFK Arena throughout the season.
Little Laker, Declan Scott (pictured) paid a special tribute to every life lost in the tragic event of April 6, 2018.