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Goaltender Laforest Judged Best By Rangers

April 1, 1991

Paul Stewart, Staff Writer

Press & Sun Bulletin

Trees stood a little bit taller.

Thatís probably why Binghamton Rangers goalie Mark ďTreesĒ Laforest was selected as the Binghamton Rangersí Most Valuable Player by his teammates and presented the award after Sunday nightís game with Baltimore.

Laforest had a 25-14-2 record, 3.16 goals against average and .902 save percentage for the Rangers this season.  He was one half of the Rangersí talented goaltending tandem.  The other was Sam St. Laurent, who received the Rangersí Booster Club Board of Directors award for outstanding play.

Laforest also received the Roto Rooter Star of the game award for being the Rangersí player most often chosen as a star of the game at home and on the road.  St. Laurent took a similar honor for the home games.

Captain Joe Paterson received a number of awards.  Included were the Booster Clubís MVP award; the teamís Presidentís award for all around performance on and off the ice; and the March of Dimes Community Service Award.

Defenseman Jeff Bloemberg received the Sportsmanship Award, and center Brian McReynolds was given the Owners award for the forward that best excels on defense.

Left wing Daniel Lacroix was selected by teammates as the Paul Crowley/7th Player award winner for bring an unsung hero.

To no oneís surprise, longtime Binghamton hockey supporter Hans Peterson was once again given the Super Fan award.

 
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