Four North American Hockey League (NAHL) graduates are among the 18 college hockey players nominated for the 2010 BNY Mellon Wealth Management Hockey Humanitarian Award.
The honor is awarded annually to college hockey’s finest citizen and seeks to recognize college hockey players - Division I or Division III, male or female - who give back to their community in the true humanitarian spirit.
The former NAHL players nominated are: New England College senior Jon Globke (Youngstown Phantoms/Springfield Jr. Blues); Williams College senior Zach Miller (Bismarck Bobcats/Fairbanks Ice Dogs); Augsburg College junior Mario Mjelleli (Fairbanks Ice Dogs/North Iowa Outlaws); and University of Massachusetts senior Brett Watson (Billings Bulls).
The finalists will be announced later this month, and the recipient will be announced at the Frozen Four in Detroit on April 9.
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