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Published on April 04, 2012

Captain Erik Jackaman was tied for the team’s top scoring, earning 35 points for the 2011-12 regular season. He is pictured holding his Top Scorer Award with the team’s new governor, Judy Rideout.

Published on April 04, 2012

Right-winger Ryan Getson tied with Royals Captain Erik Jackaman for the Top Scorer Award, both earning 35 points during the regular season. Pictured presenting the award to Getson is vice-president Dale Evans.

Published on April 04, 2012

Jordan Morash was named Top Defenseman. Presenting the award were vice-president Dale Evans and governor Judy Rideout.

Published on April 04, 2012

Jeffrey Longaphy received the Top Rookie Award. Presenting the award were vice-president Dale Evans and governor Judy Rideout.

Published on April 04, 2012

The Player's Choice Award went to defenseman Nathan Little.

Published on April 04, 2012

The Most Valuable Player Award went to goaltender Jacob McKendry, who recorded a total of five shutouts during the 2011-12 regular season. Presenting the award were vice-president Dale Evans and governor Judy Rideout.

Published on April 04, 2012

For his longtime support of the Windsor Royals, Brad Hazel received a commemorative plaque from the hockey franchise. Pictured presenting the award were vice-president Dale Evans and governor Judy Rideout.

Published on April 04, 2012

For his longtime support of the Windsor Royals, equipment manager Fred Marshall received a commemorative plaque during the March 28 award night.

The Windsor Royals held their annual year-end banquet March 28 at the Spitfire Arms Pub.

Five players received their jerseys and a team photograph as they will no longer be able to play in the Nova Scotia Jr. B Hockey League. The players were Captain Erik Jackaman, Assistant Captain JF Lefort, goaltender Tyler Whynot, defenseman Jordan Morash and right winger Ryan Getson.

Getson and Jackaman tied for the Top Scorer Award, both earning 35 points during the regular season, and Morash was named Top Defenseman.

Jeffrey Longaphy received the Top Rookie Award and Allan Power took home the Most Improved Award.

The Player's Choice Award went to Nathan Little while the Most Valuable Player Award went to goaltender Jacob McKendry.

For their long-time support of the Windsor Royals, Fred Marshall and Brad Hazel received commemorative plaques.

Organizations: Nova Scotia Jr. B Hockey League, Player's

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