Sean Farquharson has been one of the most consistent players on the Niagara Falls Canucks this season.
Jeff Blay, Special to The Standard
Jeff Blay is a graduate of Niagara College's journalism print program. He interned with the Ontario Hockey League's Niagara IceDogs in the Media Relations department for two seasons followed by The Hockey News magazine. He started his journalism career working at the Peace River Record-Gazette in Peace River, Alberta, before returning to the Niagara region to write for the Thorold Niagara News. Jeff also covers the Thorold Jr. B Blackhawks on Thursday nights for the St. Catharines Standard.
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