Former St. FX X-Men Hockey standout Nathan Chiarlitti has received more honours for this
achievements both on and off the ice.
Chiarlitti, who just wrapped up his five year varsity career with McGill, was named to the Google Cloud Academic All-America Team. The distinction was awarded by the College Sports Information Directors of America, recognizing the top student-athletes in the U-S and Canada, for their combined performances athletically and in the classroom.
Chiarlitti, who recently signed with the Sydney Ice Dogs of the Australian Ice Hockey League, is currently enrolled in a master’s degree program in exercise physiology at McGill.
A former St. FX men’s hockey standout has received a prestigious award through one of hockey’s most storied franchises. Every year, the Montreal Canadians present the Guy Lafleur Award of Excellence and Merit to amateur level players who show exceptional performance on the ice and academically.
Nathan Chiarlitti spent three seasons with the X-Men before heading to McGill University this past season. Nathan volunteers in various initiatives, including the ParticipACTION, a minor hockey mentorship program, the Best Buddies program and takes part in the Thyroid Oncology Research at the QEII Health Sciences Centre, in Halifax.
The Montreal Canadiens award recipients of the Guy Lafleur Awards of Excellence each receive a $6,000 scholarship over a 3-year period