2018-2019 Team Awards

Graduate Hughie Sheppard corralled the Community Services Award. The hometown forward is set to suit up with the Niagara Purple Eagles in 2019/2020

Tyler Bortkiewicz captured the Heart and Soul award. The rookie might have a few options next season, including coming back to the Bombers in 2019/2020.

Luka Profaca picked up the Rookie of the Year honours for his strong play with the Bombers. Should he return he’ll be a strong commodity on the Brampton blue line in 2019/2020

Noah Church compiled the Best Defenceman honours. The Bombers could have one of the best bluelines in the Midwestern Conference in 2019/2020 should all the pieces fall into place, including this Oakville product.

Brandan Fisher wins the Scoring Championship and was one of two players to hit the 40 point plateau (Hughie Sheppard). If he decides to return for his twenty year old season he’ll be a strong candidate to wear the C.

Marcus Didiano was named the team’s MVP with 29 points and 3 game winning goals. He’ll be a welcome return for his final year of junior hockey in 2019/2020.

Braeden Ferguson is recognized as the Long Standing Service winner. The hometown rearguard is the franchise leader in Games Played and could set a new benchmark if he chooses to return in 2019/2020