MUSKEGON–It is with a heavy heart that the Muskegon Voyagers professional hockey organization mourns the loss of all-star goaltender Trevor Boardway.

Trevor’s dedication to his family, the game of hockey, his teammates and his all-star caliber craft will be forever the rich legacy he leaves with us.

A highly respected and loved teammate, Trevor was an original charter member of the Voyagers team and a major, key contributing member of all three consecutive Voyagers MIHL League Championships.

Through his first two seasons, Trevor was ranked as the No. 1 goaltender in the MIHL.

During his third season, though injured, and with Voyagers coach Derek Smith experiencing health issues, Trevor stepped in behind the Voyagers bench to assist, lending his steady, guiding hand in staying the course for a third consecutive Championship.

The Boardway Barricade” and its prominent presence became so instrumental in the birth, growth and stability of the young league that the MIHL’s annual award for the top goaltender now bears his name in his honor – “The Trevor Boardway MIHL Goaltender of the Year.”

Trevor is survived by his wife Nicole and daughters, Brooklyn and Nova.

The Voyagers organization will continue to provide additional information as it becomes available.