Burgess Receives Education Award at OHL Banquet

Sudbury Wolves forward CONNOR BURGESS attended the OHL Award ceremony at the HOCKEY HALL OF FAME GRAND HALL on Tuesday in Toronto where he was the recipient of the IVAN TENNANT MEMORIAL AWARD as the league’s top high school student. Connor maintained a full four-course load, including such subjects as advanced functions and university prep chemistry earning a 94.8% average at Lasalle Secondary School. Burgess played in 28 games as a rookie, recording an assist and four penalty minutes, before being sidelined with a knee injury in mid-January.

The Sudbury Wolves would like to congratulate Connor for his hard work this past season!

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