Schives Wins Marius-Fortier Trophy

Dylan Schives QMJHL

Dylan Schives of the Quebec Remparts – Photo by Bee Tee

Tilbury’s Dylan Schives was the winner of the Quebec Remparts’ Marius-Fortier Trophy, as the player most involved in the community.

He is also the Remparts’ nominee for the QMJHL’s Humanitarian of the Year.

“My actions in the community allow me to set a good example for the younger generations, as well as for my teammates,” Schives said in a team news release. “I grew up with two important models around me, my uncle Roger and my friend, whom I considered a brother, Aaron. Both of us left, but they taught me that despite their physical or mental disabilities, these people have a lot to offer and we can learn a lot from them.”

Schives, who is in his second season with the QMJHL’s Quebec Remparts had 8 points in 45 games from the Remparts’ blueline. The former Chatham Maroons defenceman is making an impact on the ice, and in the community.

“Whenever I participate in events, the important thing is that the happiness we bring to the people we meet and one thing they will remember for a long time. I am proud of what I accomplish and I understand the importance of our presence with them. Now it’s my turn to give back to the community. At just 18 years old, I still have a lot to learn to become a model, but every day I put all the effort necessary to achieve it.”

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