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Preds, Hall seek most improved players

by Staff Writer / Nashville Predators

As a youth hockey player growing up in Kalamazoo, Mich., Nashville Predators forward Adam Hall received a Most Improved Player award. The award motivated him to try harder, which in turn helped Hall to become the professional hockey player he is today. As part of the Nashville Predators' continued efforts to support local youth hockey, the Predators organization is proud to join Hall in introducing the Most Improved Player award for House and Travel youth hockey players in the Nashville area.

Nashville youth hockey coaches, we need your help! Tell us about the most improved player on your team. He or she could win $500 towards new hockey equipment! One House League player and one Travel League player will each be given the award in April 2006.

Contest Rules and Eligibility:

  • Only head coaches may nominate player(s) on their team
  • Nominees must be House & Travel ice hockey players ages 18 and under residing in the Nashville area
  • Completed applications must be submitted by March 31, 2006
  • Two winners (one for House Leagues and one for Travel Leagues) will receive $500 towards new hockey equipment

If you are the head coach of a Nashville area youth hockey player and would like to nominate him or her for the Adam Hall Most Improved Award, please download and print the application (below), fill it out and fax it to (615) 770-2309, Attn: Youth Hockey by March 31, 2006. For more information, contact the Nashville Predators Youth Hockey Department at (615) 770-2371.

Download and print: Adam Hall Most Improved Player Award application (PDF)

The Adam Hall Most Improved Player Award will also be given to a House League and Travel League youth hockey player back in Hall's hometown of Kalamazoo, Mich. For more information, please contact Kalamazoo Optimist Hockey Association Program Director, Brian Tulik at (269) 349-PUCK, ext. 2.


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