Montour selected to Ontario Lacrosse Hall Of Fame

(Photo By Lax Magazine) Ken Montour made his mark with the Bandits

By Neil Becker Sports News No doubt it was a magical moment for former NLL Buffalo Bandits goalie Ken (Monster) Montour who as of recently can now be referred to as an Ontario Lacrosse hall of famer. Recently Montour who has had a decorative career starting as a young boy playing Minor Box for his home town of Six Nations achieved that ultimate thrill of being chosen for this year’s class among the Ontario Lacrosse Hall Of Fame Inductees.  Chosen in the player’s category Montour won all sorts of individual awards growing up such as the Larry Ruse Award for being the number one goaltender in midget in the OLA and Indigenous Games field lacrosse goalie in St. Paul Minnesota in 1995. Continuing to excel Montour in 1996 and 1999…

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