Winnipeg AAA held their annual awards banquet this past Thursday. Many GDI Goalies heard their names announced as either nominees or award winners!
Provincial Midget AAA:
Mitchel Adamyk: Provinicial Midget AAA MVP & Impact Player of the YearMitchel Adamyk of the Winnipeg Wild took home two of the biggest awards from the AAA Awards banquet. First, he was named the Most Valuable Player for the Provincial Midget AAA category. Later on in the night he was named the AAA Impact Player of the Year. The Impact Player award goes to the most outstanding player in all levels of AAA hockey. Adamyk was the instrumental in the Winnipeg Wild capturing the league championship this season. Adamyk led in every goaltending category for the playoffs with a 1.83 Gaa and .936 Sv%. Adamyk posted a 9-1 record during the playoffs with the only loss coming in the form of a 1-0 loss in overtime where he stopped 49 of 50 shots. Adamyk has trained with GDI for many years through 1v1 Lessons, GDI Prospect Clinics and the Total GDI Academy.
City Midget AAA:The city midget AAA category saw 6 GDI Goalies nominated for the Top Goaltender award with Logan Thiessen of the Hawks being named the Top Goaltender and MVP. Miles Minor (Monarchs) Tyson Gautier (Sharks) Nik Anderson (Warriors), Wyatt Emes (Selects), Riley Sveistrup (Lightning) were all nominated for the City Midget AAA Top Goaltender Award.
Bantam 1 AAA:Brody Lawson of the Winnipeg Warriors was named the Bantam 1 AAA Top Goaltender. GDI Goalies Isaac Poulter (Monarchs) and Dawson Rattai (Sharks) were also nominated for Top Goaltender.
Bantam 2 AAA:Connor Murphy of the Winnipeg Monarchs was named the Top Goaltender for the Bantam 2 AAA category. Noah Gilbert (Hawks), Nik Jerris (Warriors), Fraser Senebold (Sharks) were also all nominated for the award. Honourable mention goes to Dante Giannuzzi who along with Murphy were a part of the Monarchs squad that went undefeated during the regular season. GDI would like to congratulate all of the award winners and nominees on their fantastic seasons! We look forward to working with all of you this off-season! ______________________________________________________________________________________
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