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Legionnaires Players Earn Top Awards
FEBRUARY 25, 2015

By Dan McCaffery

The Sarnia Legionnaires had a banner night at Monday's annual Western Jr. 'B' hockey awards banquet in Leamington.

In fact, four Legionnaires were honored, including forward Davis Boyer and defenceman Tyler Prong, both of whom named to the first all-star team.

Boyer was also a Most Valuable Player runner-up.

Goalie Andrew Masters, meanwhile, was chosen as February's netminder of the month and forward Ryan Vendramin was selected as offensive player of the month.

Here's how they earned their hardware:

Davis Boyer:

Boyer scored 29 goals and 44 assists during the regular season, finishing second in the conference scoring race. In one unforgettable contest last October, he was credited with six goals and two helpers. And that set a modern franchise record.


Tyler Prong:

Prong had three goals and 17 helpers in just 39 games. He was also an important part of the Sarnia power-play, picking up six points while the Legionnaires enjoyed a man advantage.


Andrew Masters:

Masters posted a 5-1 won-lost record in February. Along the way he defeated the first place Leamington Flyers and the fourth ranked LaSalle Vipers. His conquest of the Vipers came right in LaSalle.


Ryan Vendramin:

Vendramin had nine goals and six assists during the seven games the Legionnaires played in February.

Included in his stats were a pair of four-point games.










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