This award is presented annually to a member team of Hockey PEI at any level.  Although team success is a considering factor for this award, it is not merely based on wins, losses, and championships. Teams considered for this award should have demonstrated other qualities such as team sportsmanship and fair play.


Charlottetown, PE – The Jaguars had an incredible season, finishing first in the league with a record of 19-1-1 for a total of 39 points. They scored a total of 64 goals for their team while only allowing 9 in their own net. On top of their regular season, the Jaguars placed 1st in the George Trainor Holiday Classic and 3rd in the NRMHA Sweetheart Tournament.


To achieve this, the entire team of girls worked together, were kind to each other, and celebrated one another as each hit personal milestones. When the team was down, they rallied together and always made the best of any situation. The coaching leadership taught the girls how to play respectfully and care for each other.


The atmosphere in the dressing room, on the bench and in the stands, is what attributed to such a great season for the Jaguars. They never lost their spirit, dedication, and sportsmanship throughout the entire season. The team bonded over team meals, parties, and supporting the UPEI Women’s Hockey Panthers in their playoff run.


At such a young age, the North River Girls Atom Jaguars are all truly great examples of how athletes of all ages should carry themselves both on and off the ice.


It is with great pride that we present this year’s Team of the Year award to the North River “Atom” Girls Jaguars.



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