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The Hockey Community Has Lost A Star
Submitted By Amanda Madere on Wednesday, March 6, 2019
On February 28, 2019, Sarnia Hockey's very own Jesse Morningstar passed away.  Jesse was known for his love of many different sports, with hockey being his passion.   There have been so many kind words used to describe Jesse, with warrior and beast being the most common.  He is remembered as someone who never quit and gave 110% to everything he did.  Sarnia Hockey Association wishes to extend our sincerest condolences to Jesse's family.  Our thoughts are with you, and we thank you for sharing a part of his life with us, his Hockey Family. 

Jesse is pictured here with his 2017/2018 team, top row, first player on the left side
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