GoldMiners Award Winners and All-Stars


NOJHL Scoring Champion

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Brayden Stortz accepting the Jimmy Connors Memorial Trophy, as the NOJHL's Scoring Champion, from KL GoldMiners Director of Hockey Operations, Dave Bolger.

A huge 4 point night in the season finale, gave the Welland, Ont product, an even 100 points and the NOJHL scoring title, by one!

Brayden, a crowd favorite also established a new club record with his 100 point season.

NOJHL G.A.A. Leader

Tyler Mazzocato, accepting the Wayne Chase Memorial Trophy, for the NOJHL's Lowest Goals Against Average, from KL GoldMiners President, Jim Taylor.

Tyler, a 17 yr old Jr A rookie and Kirkland Laker, boasted the League's best G.A.A., among qualifiers, at 2.12. Mazz also logged a .923 Save Percentage, which was 2nd best in the league. Tyler finished the regular season with a record of 16 wins, 2 losses with 1 shutout.

CCM 1st Team All-Star

Logan Fredericks, named CCM 1st Team All-Star Left Winger, accepting his plaque from KL GoldMiners Director of Hockey Operations, Dave Bolger.

The 20 year old speedster from Millstone Township, New Jersey, led all NOJHL shooters in goals with 51, also finished 3rd in League scoring with 89 points. The NOJHL's Gongshow Gear Player of the Month for February, also led the league in Powerplay goals with 15, notched 6 game winning goals and was held off the scoresheet just once, in his final 20 games.

CCM 1st Team All-Star

Carla Vine, accepting her CCM 1st Team All-Star Trainer plaque from KL GoldMiners President, Jim Taylor.

Carla, a 3 time All-Star, is a key component of the GoldMiners operation, and it is nice to see her rewarded for her efforts. Carla is among the best Jr A trainers in the country, as evidenced by her multiple selections to the training staff of Team NOJHL, who participated at the Eastern Canada Cup Challenge. 

CCM 2nd Team All-Star

Brayden Stortz, accepting his CCM 2nd Team All-Star Center plaque from KL GoldMiners Director of Hockey Operations, Dave Bolger.

Brayden capped off a great season, winning the scoring title on the final night. Finishing with a league best 100 points, a league leading 62 assists, 38 goals, 5th in the league and 26 powerplay points, again, 5th best. Brayden also represented Team NOJHL at the Eastern Canada Cup Challenge.