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MJHL Announces Players of the Month for September

RBC-MJHL Player of the Month

The RBC MJHL Player of the Month for October is forward Bradley Schoonbaert of the Steinbach Pistons.

Schoonbaert, 20, tallied 33 points (15-18) in 16 games. The native of Brandon is currently leading the MJHL scoring race.

The runners up are 19 year old forward Connor Barley of the Selkirk Steelers and 20 year old forward Matt Christian of the Winkler Flyers.

Sher-Wood-MJHL Defenceman of the Month

The Sher-wood Defenceman of the month is 19 year old Darby Gula of the Steinbach Pistons. In addition to being solid on the blueline, he showed his offensive flare with 20 points (3-17) in 16 games.

The runners up are 19 year old Tristen Cross of the Virden Oil Capitals and 20 year old Mackenzie Dwyer of the Portage Terriers.

MGEU-MJHL Goaltender of the Month

The MGEU Goaltender of the Month Troy Martyniuk of the Winkler Flyers. The 20-year-old Winnipegger posted an impressive 9-3 record, highlighted by two shutouts. His GAA is 2.08, with an outstanding save percentage of .931.

The runners up are 18 year old Matthew Radomsky of the Steinbach Pistons and 20 year old Hayden Dola of the Selkirk Steelers.

IBAM-MJHL Rookie of the Month

The IBAM Rookie of the month is 17 year old Justin Lee of the Virden Oil Capitals. The rookie blueliner from Waskada, Mb., played in all key situations and tallied 13 points (2-11) in 14 games.

The runners up are 18 year old forward Austin Heidemann of the Steinbach Pistons and 18 year old forward James Maxwell of the Waywayseecappo Wolverines.

Manitoba Pork Peak Performer of the Month

The Manitoba Pork Peak Performer of the Month is 20 year old forward Jordan Martin of the Neepawa Natives.

A four-year veteran of the Native, “Marty” has always been an ambassador for the program and the league. He regularly volunteers to help with residents in Neepawa’s Country Meadows Seniors Residence.

Martin has been on the ice helping with minor hockey practices and helps out with Breakfast Club minor hockey skill development.

Martin, who hails from Winnipeg, is employed by Hylife in Neepawa where he oversees two other Neepawa players. Jordan is an assistant captain for the club for the second year, and has started the season off well with 15 points (4-11).