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Manfredi selected as KIJHL 2006-2007 League MVP
Thursday, April 05, 2007

Congratulations to Anthony Manfredi, an 18 year-old goaltender with the Kamloops Storm, who has been selected as the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League Most Valuable Player of the 2006-2007 league season!

Manfredi finished the season with 23 wins and a 91.92 save percentage to help the Storm win the highly competitive Okanagan/Shuswap divisional title. 

Anthony’s hockey related achievements also include being selected to BC Hockey’s 2004 U16 Zone 8 Team Cariboo – North East/Yukon and competing in the 2004 BC Winter Games.  In 2005 Anthony was selected to BC Hockey’s U17 Team North.  He also competed at the 2005 U17 CCM BC Cup and was selected as one of the top six goaltenders in BC which lead him to the 2005 U17 Provincial Development Camp. 

Anthony will receive a one week conditioning camp at the highly regarded Twist Conditioning facilities in Burnaby, BC along with a plaque from the KIJHL.    
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