Is your family beginning to wonder how you'll fill the void that's coming when Polar Cap hockey wraps up for the season? How about more hockey!
This award honors Kellen Binger, who had to hang up his jersey after playing his last Polar Cap Squirt B hockey game due to a kidney transplant that he received when he was 8 years old. Now a high school freshman, Kellen still remains very active in the winter time with his new hobby, snowboarding.
To honor Kellen, each year the Squirt B players and coaches select a player on their team who is a leader and a playmaker, shows determination and character on and off the ice, and loves to play hockey.
Congratulations to Avery Pliner (Blue) and Joe Clark (Green) on being honored as this year's Kellen Binger Award recipients. Avery is the son of Dan and Dawn Pliner while Joe is the son of Randy Clark and Lori Schiek. Kellen and his family were on hand to present the award this past weekend. Thank you to Kellen and his family for honoring two special young men.