Category: Aware

2017-2018 Aware Uniforms Revealed Soon

Slight adjustments are coming to the AWARE uniform for the 2017/2018 season. In collaboration with our sponsor and uniform manufacturer JOG Sportswear International we have tweaked the jersey and socks to look even better than last year!

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Best Defenseman 2016-2017

The Best Defenseman Trophy is sponsored by Sport.

We had some incredible defenseman during the 2016-2017 season of the SHL, so it was really hard choosing three (3) defenseman and then choosing the best defenseman from those three (3).

The first nominee for the Best Defenseman was Adrian Meyers from the Sukhumvit Spitfires.

The second nominee for the Best Defenseman was Jari Eerikainen of Sport Corner-Titanium.

The third nominee and winner was Patrik Lundback from the Aware!  Not only did Patrik win the Best Defenseman, he also helped coach the Thai National Hockey Team to a 2017 Asian Winter Games gold medal!

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Rookie Of The Year 2016-2017

Our Rookie of the Year trophy is sponsored by HAUS No3.  The Rookie of the year also get some training at HAUS No3.

The Rookie of the Year trophy is awarded to the player, aged 23 years or younger at the start of the season, that was the most proficient in his first SHL season.

Our first nominee for Rookie of the Year was #26 Chanokchon “Tan” Limpinphet of the Aware.  Tan had a very good season, finishing off the 2016-2017 regular season with 10 points.

Our second nominee was #73 Krittapad “Peam” Jaratwuttipreeda of the Sukhumvit Spitfires.  Peam had a very solid season finishing off the 2016-2017 regular season with 2 points on the season.

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Best Goalie 2016-2017

The Best Goalie Trophy, sponsored by the Pro Shop, is awarded to the goalkeeper having played a minimum of 10 games with the best combined record of fewest goals scored against and the best save percentage during the regular season.

Our first nominee was Lance Parker from the Sukhumvit Spitfires.  The Spitfires didn’t start off with Lance when the 2016-2017 got started, they had Jason Cotsmire, but they lost him to a lower body injury early in the season.  Also, Lance didn’t started off his career by substituting for the Aware in a game, getting the first SHL shutout of the season.  After that, he signed on with the Spitfires and helped bring them from last place to first place in the regular season.

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Hooters Nana vs Aware November 27th Rolling Stone Pizza Player of the Game

Game 4 of the Siam Hockey League was highlighted by a dominating performance from Aware’s Captain Patrik Lundback. Known mostly for his saucer passes, he was a workhorse in his own end and also scored 2 goals; receiving The Rolling Stone Player of the game award for his efforts.

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