Oldtimers make time for hockey banquet

Team Home Hardware received the championship trophy for being the number 1 team in the 100 Mile House Oldtimers Hockey Association playoffs.

Team Home Hardware received the championship trophy for being the number 1 team in the 100 Mile House Oldtimers Hockey Association playoffs.

The 100 Mile Oldtimers Hockey Association put the finishing touch on its season on April 24 with a banquet and awards event at Creekside Seniors Activity Centre.

Home Hardware was the playoff champion team, with TIM-BR Mart second, Interlakes Building Supplies third and Sunrise Ford fourth. A&W finished fifth in the playoff series.

Dave McArthur was named the league’s best forward and MVP, while Glenn Wood received the award for best defenceman.

Dave Oshanek, at 75 years of age, received the award for the oldest player and most sportsmanlike was Ron Graves who was presented with the Tom Steel Memorial trophy.

Top scorer in the league was Greg Lund and Phil Doddridge won the award for best goalie.

A special award was given to Bruce Stusrud for his 25 years of refereeing for minor hockey.