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Worcester Sharks Booster Club Announces Award Winners

Thursday, April 16, 2015

 

The Worcester Sharks Booster Club held their Annual Awards Banquet last night. The event honors Sharks players with various awards and is the Booster Club's chance to give back to local charities in the Worcester area.

Last night, the Booster Club donated $634 to Sharks Coach Roy Sommer's charity - Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress. The $634 represented $1 for each AHL win Sommer had as a coach (616), plus three more dollars for a win in the last three games of the regular season, and an additional $15 to represent the number of wins the Sharks will need to win the Calder Cup. 

"We joked that if the Sharks don't win, Coach Sommer will have to give the $15 back," said Worcester Sharks Booster Club President Rich Lundin.

The Booster Club also made a $1,000 donation to the Worcester Junior Sharks Youth Hockey. "It's something we have always supported," said Lundin. "And it's something that Mike Myers and former Worcester IceCat Shawn Heaphy are involved with."

Finally, the Club announced that they will have enough charitable money to donate school supplies and Christmas presents to Friendly House, as they do every year, even though Worcester will not have a team. The total donation to the Friendly House is $2,000.

Here Are the List of the Sharks Award Winners:

Best Offensive Player: Bryan Lerg

Best Defensive Player: Matt Taormina

“Tough Guy” Award: Jimmy Bonneau

Rookie of the Year:  Aaron Dell

Seven Hills 7th Player Award: John McCarthy

Fan Favorite: Jimmy Bonneau

Most Valuable Player: Evan Trupp

Best Single Game Performance: Jeremy Langlois - Natural Hat Trick 1/21/15 @ POR

 

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