Kurtis Bartliff Earns OHA Player of the Month Award, News (Huron Perth Lakers)

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Oct 13, 2007 | Goetz | 1224 views
Kurtis Bartliff Earns OHA Player of the Month Award
The Mid-Western Junior Hockey League (MWJHL) announced that Listowel Cyclone forward Kurtis Bartliff has won the OHA Player of the Month award for September.


Kurtis scored 7 goals and added 6 helpers to lead the league in scoring after the first month of the season.

Kurtis, a longtime Laker who hails from Clinton, played Major Midget for the Huron Perth Lakers last season.

Congratulations Kurtis!
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