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Virden Oil Caps’ Cusmano named MJHL Manitoba Pork Peak Performer of Month

With a philosophy of community involvement, Dylan Cusmano of the Virden Oil Capitals has been named the MJHL Manitoba Pork Peak Performer for the month of January.

Cusmano, 20, was involved in a number of community activities, taking part in the Mary Montgomery Elementary School Activity Day, and then led gym classes for the Goulter Elementary School.

This is Cusmano’s first season with the Oil Caps, coming over from Dryden Ice Dogs. He grew up playing in the Aldergrove (B.C.) Bruins Minor Hockey system. He enjoys listening to music, listing classic rock and Pink Floyd as his go-to music selections.

A self-admitted TV enthusiast when not at the hockey rink, he lists his favourite shows:  How I Met your Mother and Star Wars. He has a younger brother (Evan) who plays for Weyburn Red Wings (SJHL).

After graduating from junior hockey, Cusmano aspires to play pro hockey in North America or Europe.

Image caption: Dylan Cusmano (back right) and Derek Cross take part in Goulter Elementary School Gym last on Friday, January 29th, 2016