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My name is Jason, from Oshawa. I have been a Wikipedian since September 28, 2005. I edit mostly articles on Canadian places, ice hockey biographies, or ice hockey history. I am actively researching information on Hockey Canada, and the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association. I also frequently work on articles related to the Ontario Hockey League, and the Canadian Hockey League. Please leave a message at the bottom of my talk page if you want to contact me!

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Flibirigit, in honour of all your helpful work on the Project: Ice Hockey and articles surrounding ice hockey, please accept this barnstar. BoojiBoy 18:03, 29 May 2006 (UTC)
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For your tireless work on the hockey articles, and especially for putting in those long season-by-season records tables on the Springfield Indians article, so I don't have to do so!  RGTraynor  13:29, 10 April 2007 (UTC)
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For all your fine hockey work over the years ... you’re part of the original Hockey Barnstar class! Ravenswing 21:54, 9 March 2012 (UTC)
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Thanks for fantastic ongoing work on improving/expanding/copyediting the hockey articles, of which your recent overhaul of hockey (and war) hero Edward Lyman Abbott is a shining example. Glad to see you came out of retirement and decided to "lace them up again". Jmg38 (talk) 05:53, 25 January 2018 (UTC)