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Rivermen coach finalist for national award

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Langley Rivermen's Bobby Henderson was a nominee for the CJHL coach of the year award.
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Langley Rivermen head coach Bobby Henderson was a finalist for the Canadian Junior Hockey League coach of the year award.

Henderson had won the Joe Tennant Memorial Trophy last month as the top coach in the BCHL after guiding the Rivermen to a 37-13-3-5 record, which was a league best.

The national winner of the award was Spruce Grove Saints' Jason McKee of the Alberta Junior Hockey League.

The winner was announced on May 14.

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