The Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL) is proud to announce, Colten Miller as the recipient of the 2021-22 RBC | MJHL Community Award.
During the regular season, each MJHL member team nominated a worthy player who made a positive contribution in their local community. All 12 players nominated displayed outstanding citizenship and sportsmanship both on and off the ice and a commitment to volunteerism. RBC graciously made a donation on each player’s behalf to their respective local school division.
Colten Miller was selected as the top ambassador overall for his work volunteering in a number of areas during this season in Virden. According to Oil Capitals Head Coach/General Manager, Tyson Ramsey, Colten is always first to lend a helping hand.
- Virden Junior High Terry Fox Run
- Reading assistant at Goulter School
- Volunteering at Home Hardware in connection with Social Justice Committee
- Helping with Intramurals at Mary Montgomery School
- Virden Minor Hockey mentor
- Assist with Virden’s annual hockey school
- Volunteer at breakfast club
Beyond the initial donation that was made and split between four schools in Virden on behalf of Colten, RBC is making an additional donation in his name.
“Colten has displayed outstanding citizenship and sportsmanship both on and off the ice and an amazing commitment to volunteerism so far during his time in the MJHL. He is a very worthy recipient of this recognition and we are very proud to have Colten in the MJHL,” Kevin Saurette, MJHL Commissioner shared.
Congratulations, Colten and thank you to all MJHL players who make a positive impact in the province. RBC is proud to support and recognize the outstanding work of all MJHL teams who enhance the communities they serve.