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Peters named Great North Midget League MVP

Friday, February 15, 2013   by: Chris DawsonThe North Bay Midget Trappers forward Tyler Peters has been named the winner of the Great North Midget League’s Quinn Sports Trophy for the league’s Most Valuable Player.

Tyler led the league in goals with 48 and had a total of 74 points.

Tyler is a 2012 draft pick of the OHL Sudbury Wolves. He was also named to the GNML’s First All Star Team.

The Midget Trappers are also please to announce that Jake Staples was named to the GNML’s Second All Stat Team.

Other GNML award winners include:

Regular Season Scoring Leader – Anthony Stefano – Sault Ste. Marie North Stars

Rookie of The Year – Brenden Locke – Kapuskasing Flyers

Best Goalie – Jacob Kment – Sault Ste. Marie North Stars

Most Gentlemen Player – Jaren Bellini – Sault Ste Marie North Stars

Top Forward – Matt Pinder – Sault Ste Marie North Stars

Best Defensemen – Jack MacLeod – Sault Ste Marie North Stars

Top Executive – Jerry Young – Nickel City Sons

1st Team All Star

Anthony Stefano – Sault Ste Marie North Stars
Tyler Peters - North Bay Trappers
Matt Pinder – Sault Ste Marie North Stars
Jack MacLeod – Sault Ste Marie North Stars
Brenden Pheasant – Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves
Jacob Kment – Sault Ste Marie North Stars

2nd Team All Star

Michael Laidley – Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves
Jake Staples - North Bay Trappers
Malcolm Bilton – Nickel City Sons
Brennan Roy – Kapuskasing Flyers
William Wuerch – Kirkland Lake Legion 87’s
Andrew Lefebvre – Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves

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