Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League

Carter McKay make “Final Four” of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League RBC Community Ambassador Award.

It is down to the Final Four for the 2021-2022 Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League RBC Community Ambassador Award.
Notre Dame’s Kevin Anderson, La Ronge’s Connor Abric, Kindersley’s Jaxon Georget, and Melville’s Carter McKay have been selected by fan vote from among the 12 submissions, and it will now be down to the decision of the coaches around the SJHL.
All RBC & SJHL Community Ambassador Team members are recognized for having “displayed outstanding citizenship and sportsmanship both on and off the ice.,” and a $1,000 donation will be made on each of their behalf to a local school. The final prize is in the running for the RBC Community Award, which includes an additional $2,500 donation to the winner’s community.
The Melville Millionaires and entire community are proud to see Carter in the “Final Four”.   Good luck in the final voting !
Carter McKay, Melville Millionaires
McKay, a 2005 birth year, is the second-youngest regular (not affiliated) player in the league and has not looked out of place in the slightest while playing a gritty, heavy game as a forward on a young Millionaires squad.
As a local to Melville, Carter has been a regular participant and aid at numerous Melville Minor Hockey practices, and was an important part of the planning and execution of the “Melville Hometown Christmas Event”. He has a fan-favourite around the Horizon Credit Union Centre and is always willing to donate his time and energy to the many community events and fan-engagement opportunities in Melville.
“I was born and raised in Melville, and played all my minor hockey here,” he said.
“The thing I love most about our community is the support shown by the fans and the sponsorships. I also love the long-standing tradition of the Mils carried on by our city.”