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Sarnia Hockey's Very Own Liam Henderson To Compete On CBC's Canada's Smartest Person Junior
Submitted By Amanda Madere on Tuesday, October 23, 2018
HL Peewee player Liam Henderson will compete to become Canada's Smartest Person Junior on November 14th at 8pm on CBC. Coach Glen Fenwick had this to say about Liam:



"Liam greets you with a firm handshake and an air of positivity. He loves hockey and is a great spirit on the team while always playing and practicing to the best of his abilities. This well spoken young man includes everyone in a conversation. He has exceptional observational abilities. I have no doubt that he can win Canada’s Smartest Person Junior."

Click HERE to read more about this exceptional young player! Best of luck Liam from everyone at SHA!

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