Colin ‘Toledo’ Robinson was presented with the Larry Ashley Award in recognition of his commitment to the sport of hockey in the community. The Kamloops Blazers athletic therapist began his career as a trainer in the WHL in 1995. Prior to joining the Blazers in 2005, “Toledo” worked as the athletic therapist for the Swift Current Broncos and was part of Team Canada’s training staff at two IIHF World Junior Championships and at the World Under-18 Hockey Challenge. He was also chosen as an athletic therapist in three CHL-NHL Top Prospects Games and was a member of the training staff at five WHL All-Star Games. This season, the veteran trainer surpassed 1,500 WHL games.