The Peewee team arrived at the rink just in time to see the Bantams cap off their perfect 26-0 season with a championship win.
The Bantams couldn't leave knowing the Peewees were ready to take the ice and could cinch their championship if they pull-offed a back to back win.
Both teams won their respective championship games and were crowned the best of the Dallas Star Travel Hockey League (DSTHL).
Each year our Association takes time to honor players at every level for their accomplishments during the season.
Awards by Team: Coaches for each team award the player(s) who exemplify the best qualities in these categories:
Commissioners' Cup: Since 2007-08, the Commissioners' Cup is awarded annually to one player in the organization who epitomizes the qualities of good sportsmanship, physical fitness, outstanding leadership and hockey skill. Typically one player from each team is nominated by the coaches for this top honor, but only one player, chosen by the Association Commissioner, can be the winner.
The 2010-11 Commissioners Cup nominees were:
|Peewee Black||2011||8th Annual Texas Shootout "Peewee Gold Champions"|
|Peewee Silver||2011||Taos (NM) Tournament - 2nd place|
|Peewee (Black)||2011||President's Day Tournament Champions|
|Peewee (Black)||2010||Texas Shoot-out Champions|
|Squirt||2010||RGV International Hockey Tournament Champions|
|Squirt||2009||Texas Shoot-out Gold Champions|
Joe Sammons Scholarship winners, Forest Wilson and Kyle Neil
2009-10 Commissioner Cup Award Nominees. Pictured from left to right, Everest Schnieder, Liam Brown, Jeremy Jackson, Danny Rosengard and Ryan Salgado
Retiring Coach Wayne Morrison is honored during the award ceremony.
Cosch Brian Shantz congratulates the squirt team for stepping up during the season.
Coaches Mike Sultan and Jeff Campbell take the opportunity to thank the Peewee Silver team for meeting their goals for a successful season.
Coach Doug Tresnak jokes with Peewee Black about the ups and downs of 2010-11.
Bantam Silver sits in the front row, waiting to be called by Coach Chassie
The Bantam Black team, while small in number, is big in heart.
Midget Coach Kelly congratulates Danny Rosengard for being the toughest guy on the team and this year's Midget Unsung Hero