Punnett Takes Home the “Gord Bones Memorial Trophy”

Connor Punnett was awarded the Gord Bones Memorial trophy on Friday night!

The trophy dedicated to former long-time season ticket holder, Gord Bones, is presented annually by the Bones family to the “Most Improved Colts Player” voted upon by the Barrie Colts Coaching staff.

Punnett, who is in his fourth year as a member of the Colts, is having a breakout season where he has registered 48 points (14 Goals, 34 Assists) in 65 games played. The hard-hitting defenceman had a previous career-high 11 points last season.

“Connor has come into this season and showed that he put a lot of work into his game to get better and become one of the most relied upon defenceman in this league. It’s a credit to him for his focus and determination on and off the ice and we’re incredibly proud of him as a coaching staff” Commented Head Coach & GM, Marty Williamson.

Past Winners:
– 2015-16 – Michael Webster
– 2016-17 – Lucas Chiodo
– 2017-18 – Joey Keane
– 2018-19 – Jet Greaves
– 2019-20 – Tyson Foerster
– 2021-22 – Beau Akey

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