NWCAA Association Awards


This award is in honor of the late Michael Gee.  Michael was a 15 year old NWCAA player that suddenly lost his life due to an undetermined heart condition in 2005.  Michael's legacy will live on through the Michael Gee award.  This award goes to a player on each U16 AAA team and will be nominated by his coach as most deserving player on the team.  This will be determined on the combination of athletic performance, positive attitude, team commitment and the player being a positive ambassador.

PETER SCHILLER AWARD - Most dedicated player

This award is presented a player who is recognized as the “go-to-person” or the player most relied on by the team not only for their skill, talent and ability but for being a great teammate on and off the ice and an upstanding community member that represents the NWCAA with the highest of personal standards.

VERN STUART AWARD - Player of the year.

This award is presented to the Top Player in the Association.  The Top Player combines tremendous on ice talent and work ethic with impeccable off ice habits and leadership that truly make a positive difference not only on their team but within the NWCAA.


The Kyle Block Scholarship is in memory of Kyle Alfonso Block, known by his many friends, teammates and fellow musicians for his quick wit, kind heart and adventurous spirit. After graduating from William Aberhart High School, Kyle attended the University of British Columbia where he achieved top honours in Engineering and Economics. He went on to study law at the University of Saskatchewan.

Kyle had a passion for hockey and music and believed strongly in equal opportunity for all. In his long and high-level hockey career, Kyle played for the NWCAA, on teams such as the U16 AAA Stampeders and then the U18 AAA Flames from 2001 to 2005. Then moving on to Junior A Yorkton Terriers 2005 to 2008 and the UBC Thunderbirds from 2008 to 2010.

Established in memory of Kyle, a $1000.00 scholarship will be awarded annually to recognize the top, 17-year-old, Student-Athlete on the North West Calgary Midget AAA Flames.

Eligibility and Criteria:

Current member on the North West Calgary U18 AAA Flames.
Must be 17 years old at the beginning of the season.
Candidates must submit a 500 – 1000 word essay including the following
Current academic status/ High School academic achievements
Explain future education plans (what institute, field of interest, Etc.)
Future hockey plans (Junior, WHL, College, Etc.)
Leadership/ extracurricular activities/ community involvement
Unofficial academic transcript must be attached

Deadline to submit application is March 31. Please submit essay/transcript to Vince Gaudet

PRESIDENT'S  AWARD - Volunteer of the year

NWCAA Annual Awards