Steve Ludzik had a distinguished junior career with the Ontario Hockey League’s Niagara Falls Flyers, amassing 125 goals and 233 assists, for a total of 358 points.
The Western Ontario Athletic Association boasts longevity and a rich history of community service. The W.O.A.A., a non-profit corporation, currently coordinates programs for 390 minor hockey teams, 5l women's hockey teams, 14 Senior hockey teams and 8 softball teams for a total of 463 teams.
Hazel McCallion, businesswoman, politician and mayor of Mississauga from 1978-2014. One of Canada's longest-serving mayors, McCallion led her city for 12 consecutive terms, only retiring at age 93. Nicknamed “Hurricane Hazel” for her brash political style, she oversaw the development of Mississauga from a semi-rural bedroom community into the sixth-largest
Dave Perkins was born Midland, Ont, in 1953. Dave moved to Toronto 1958, so he actually well remembers both the baseball Maple Leafs and when the hockey Maple Leafs did things like win Stanley Cups. Dave attended Ryerson Journalism and began working at Globe and Mail in 1973.
The 2012 Sandy Hawley Award Winner is Darryl Sittler. In the credit where credit is due department, Darryl Sittler wants to spread this honour around. Which is how come one of the most popular Maple Leafs that ever was is dedicating his Sandy Hawley Award to the folks who provide