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#11 Justin Doiron

February 24, 2017
By Gerry Hale



Justin Doiron
Hammonds Plains, NS
6'0", 185 lbs
20, Forward

Bearcat-of- the-Week honours went to third year Bearcat, Justin Doiron. In a must –win game against Amherst last Friday, he assisted on a first period shorthanded effort, then scored late in the second to pad the lead. The grinders often go unnoticed on the score sheet but clearly their efforts along the way and on the penalty-kill make winning possible. He’s a durable, reliable forward who has played all but one game since becoming a Bearcat.

He came to the Bearcats with three years of Midget experience under his belt. In the first year, with the Titans, he experienced a Provincial Championship. In his final year as a Halifax McDonald, he scored 12 and assisted on 19 others. He picked up another 16 points in the playoff run which resulted in Championship at the Provincial and Atlantics level and a trip to the Telus Cup. He also gained some exposure as an affiliate with the Moncton Wildcats and was awarded the President’s Award for Most Improved Player (Midget). The 2013 Bearcat pick reported for the 2014-2015 season and quickly adjusted to the Bearcat game.

KUDOS

Hats off to the Bible Hill Kinsmen and their Partnership with the Bearcats for contributing $5,000.00 to local charities this year. In the last 15 years, they have contributed $70,800.00 to the chosen charitable organizations. That’s awesome.

The Bearcat career High for goals scored in a single season was 41, by T.J. Smith during the 2005-2006 season. Kyle Tibbo’s five goal weekend tied that mark, with six games remaining – wow.

ON TAP

Tonight, the Bearcats are in Yarmouth to face the Mariners at 7:30 pm.

Sunday, Truro travels to Dieppe to face the Commandos at 2:30 pm.

Truro’s final home game is set for Wednesday, March 1 against Yarmouth, 7:00 pm at the RECC.





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