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Martyniuk Nominated For Canadian Junior Hockey League Top Goaltender Award
The Canadian Junior Hockey League announced Friday the finalists for its Top Goaltender Award for the 2017-18 campaign.
Each of the finalists were determined through balloting by each of the CJHL’s 10-member leagues for their respective efforts during the course of the regular season.
For the 37th consecutive season, Winkler Flyers qualified for the MJHL playoffs ─ thanks in large part to the outstanding play of tireless goaltender Troy Martyniuk. The native of Winnipeg was a workhorse for the Flyers, leading all MJHL goaltenders in minutes played: 2,797. He also recorded a league-high 28 wins. Nicknamed “Marty”, the 20-year-old was recently voted the league’s top goaltender, in addition to being voted to the league’s second team all-star team. Among his many accomplishments, he was named the MGEU-MJHL goaltender of the month for November. He broke into the MJHL when he was 16 with Dauphin Kings. He would also play with Wayway Wolverines before finding a permanent home with the Flyers. He’s a second generation MJHLer following his father Wayne who played defence for the St. James Canadians.
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Martyniuk has been training with GDI since the opening of The Rink Training Centre through 1v1 Lessons, Summer Camps and the G1 Off-Season Program.