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ECSHL PRESENTS AWARDS

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The East Coast Senior Hockey League handed out its awards for the past season Thursday night.

 

Jeremy Nicholas of the Southern Shore Breakers was named the league’s Most Valuable player for the regular season.

 

The rookie of the award award went to Kris Hodge of the Cb Blues.

Top defenseman was Justin Pender of the Clarenville Caribous.

Coach of the Year was Jonathan Kavanagh of the CB Blues

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