BC Hockey announced today that South Island Thunderbirds forward Wesley Myron has been named the Major Midget League Player of the Month for January. Myron finished the month of January with eight (8) goals and eight (8) assists for a total of 16 points. In addition to his outstanding play on-ice, he has excelled in the classroom maintaining an honour roll standing over the past two (2) years.
“Wesley was made an assistant captain at the start of January and has responded with great leadership on and off the ice,” said Thunderbirds head coach Rob Milliken. “Coming back from a rib injury that kept him out of action in December, he was the leading scorer for our team in January.”
As well as being named Player of the Month, Myron will receive a gift from Mission-Itech on his selection.
Wesley Myron was chosen from a high calibre list of nominees for this prestigious award. The runners up in no particular order are as follows:
North Island Silvertips – Brenden Forbes
Vancouver North West Giants – Michael Aviani
Fraser Valley Bruins – Justin Kirsch
Greater Vancouver Canadians – Zach Yuen
Valley West Hawks – Mark Jordan
Kootenay Ice – Stuart Walton
Vancouver North East Chiefs – Matthew Genovese
Okanagan Rockets – Tyler Parfeniuk
Cariboo Cougars – Gus Correale
Thompson Blazers – Matt Pouncey
The BC Hockey Major Midget League was established in 2004 to provide elite level 15, 16 and 17 year olds an opportunity to play within their own age group. Playing at this high level and be developed for the next level of hockey. These teams have an opportunity each year to compete for the National Midget Championship.
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