Awards (Burlington Girls Hockey Club)

Print2019 Award Winners
Vern Neal Award
Individual that has demonstrated a long-term time commitment to the Barracudas organization
In 2011, the Barracuda hockey community lost one of its most dedicated and tireless volunteers. His name was Vern Neal and we want to be sure his memory stays alive. As such, the VERN NEAL award is presented annually to an individual that has demonstrated a long-term time commitment to the Barracudas organization.
  • Marty Savoy
    Rep and House League
The Team That Rockx Award
The team that has shown the biggest commitment to our community while embracing the true meaning of team spirit.
Barb Rockx was a long-standing CUDAS volunteer who generously donated her time to the BGHC, having a profound and lasting impact on our organization. Her willingness to give selflessly to help advance women's hockey in Burlington speaks to both her strength and quality of her character. Our organization is stronger with her leadership. To carry the torch that Barb lit so brightly — and leverage her awesome last name — we have created The Team that Rockx Award! This award recognizes a team t
  • Atom HL
Pauline Vasiliaskas Spirit Award
Deserving female volunteer
During the 2004-2005 hockey season the Barracuda hockey community lost one of our hockey moms. Her name was Pauline Vasiliaskas. We want to ensure her memory stays alive. From the time her daughter joined the Barracuda’s organization Pauline was involved in the team in some capacity whether it be a parent rep, other volunteer or providing financial contributions. Pauline exemplified the true SPIRIT of a volunteer, always wanting "doing" and never expecting anything in return.
  • Barb Erickson
    House League
BGHC Scholarship
Graduating player attending post-secondary
The scholarship winner will demonstrate evidence of a history of involvement within the BGHC organization beyond that stated above for eligibility, including but not limited to volunteering, mentoring, assistant coaching, and/or refereeing.
  • Emily Morden
    Rep and House League