Good deed in Powassan


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December 21, 2015

While attending a recent home game of the Powassan Voodoos of the Northern Ontario Jr. Hockey League, young Keaton Lefebvre, who is a goalie for the Atom House League’s Powassan Hawks, had an unfortunate accident which resulted in a broken nose.

The youngster, who is a big fan and supporter of the NOJHL Voodoos, was forced to miss some playing time with his team, due to the injury.

When Voodoos general manager Chris Dawson heard of young Lefebvre’s misfortune, he arranged a special gift for to cheer him up — an autographed action photo of a Powassan NOJHL player.

“He was so excited when he received it, he went out and posted a shutout in next game,” said Lefebvre’s coach with the Powassan atoms, Dean Paul.

“I commend Chris Dawson and his kindness to the community,” said Pauli. “He truly is an ambassador for the the Voodoos and the NOJHL.

PHOTO: Young Keaton Lefebvre, with his Powassan Voodoos autographed photo.


What you think about “Good deed in Powassan”

  1. Keaton I am so proud of you! I may just be your babysitter but I see your love for hockey and how much hardwork you do at home, on the ice at practices and games. Your a smart kid and very loving. Very proud but maybe not as much as your hockey Nammy, who should be rexognized in our community as well for many things she does.

  2. Great job by the Powassan Voodoo in going the extra mile to reward this child and great job by Keaton in earning a shutout.

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