March 7th, 2022
Drumheller Dragons Captain Myles Hilman is the recipient of the Don McNabb Memorial Trophy as Most Dedicated Player. The award is presented annually to the player voted as the most dedicated to his team.
“Myles has been instrumental in changing the culture and identity of our dressing room” stated Dragons GM / Head Coach Kevin Hasselberg. “We appointed Myles as the Captain of our team as a 17-year-old and supported him as he worked hard at changing attitudes, beliefs and values. Myles”™s leadership has created a room reflecting the value of team and togetherness.”
“His work ethic and dedication are second to none and never does Myles take a night off. As the leader, he absorbs the struggles and distributes the successes, putting his teammates first utilizing a servant leadership style. Myles is driven by his love of the game, his competitiveness, and his dedication to family.”
“Above all else, Myles expresses gratefulness and extends his appreciation to others, Myles recognizes the privilege it is to represent an organization that extends beyond just the Junior A team, it reaches further into the community and into the Provincial league that he competes in every night.”
The University of Nebraska-Omaha commit recorded 47 points (24G, 23A) in 47 games and was tied for the team lead in goals. Hilman (Sylvan Lake, AB) is in his third and final season with the Dragons.