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2004 National Midget Championship Award Winners Announced
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April 23, 2004
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KENORA, ON – At the 2004 National Midget Championship Awards Banquet on Friday in Kenora, Ontario, the Championship Directorate announced all individual award winners for the 2004 National Midget Championship.

2004 National Midget Hockey Championship Winners/ Recipiendaires des prix de la Championnat national de hockey midget 2004

Air Canada Most Valuable Player/Joueur le plus utile Air Canada
Francis Pare – College Charles-Lemoyne (Quebec)

Most Sportsmanlike/Plus gentilhomme

Kyle Dorowicz – Red Deer Optimist Chiefs (Pacific)

Top Goaltender/Meilleur gardien de but

Tyler Gordon – Kenora Stars (Host)

Top Defenceman/Meilleur defenseur

Jeff Terminesi – Toronto Marlboros (Central)

Top Forward/Meilleur attaquant

Tyler Dittmer – Brandon Wheat Kings (West)

Top Scorer/Meilleur compteur

Francis Pare – College Charles-Lemoyne (Quebec)

Esso Most Dedicated Award/Scholarship/Bourse du joueur le plus devoue Esso

Jordan Knox – Cornwall Thunder (Atlantic)

Semi-final action takes place on Saturday, April 24 with the College Charles-Lemoyne (Quebec) taking on the Kenora Stars (Host/Ontario) at 3:00 pm (Eastern) and the Red Deer Optimist Chiefs (Pacific) facing the Brandon Wheat Kings (West) at 7:00 pm (Eastern)


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