Letourneau Named CCHL MVP

Ottawa, ON – The Central Canada Hockey League is pleased to announce Renfrew Wolves forward Jace Letourneau has been awarded the Most Valuable Player for the 2023/24 season.

The 2004 born Arnprior, ON native has 85 points (40G, 45A) in 55 games of action. Playing two full seasons with the Renfrew Wolves and 27 games with the Pembroke Lumber Kings, Letourneau has 114 career points (49G, 65A) in 126 games.

“Jace has been with the Wolves now for two seasons and has been a leader on and off the ice since he walked into training camp last fall. He continues to get stronger each season with confidence, development and Strength. Jace has learned to play hard and compete consistently which has earned him the recognition he deserves of being the elite player in the CCHL and earned him a D1 scholarship with Clarkson University. Jace has a pro shot and is dangerous around the net and moves extremely well for a player his size. Jace takes his off ice serious working on his craft during the off season and staying in tip top shape. We are proud to be part of Jace’s path to College hockey and look forward to watching him along his journey knowing we were part of his process.” Says Renfrew Wolves Head Coach Ryan Leonard.

Prior to entering the CCHL, Letourneau played for the Ottawa Valley Titans U14AAA/U15AAA and the Pembroke Lumber Kings U18AAA.