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Player Of The Week 2012-2013

Week 29 – Justin Dalebozik – Steinbach Pistons

Justin Dalebozik of the Steinbach Pistons has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending April 21.

Dalebozik, 20, has been a key contributor in the Pistons’ run to the MJHL championship. The Treherne native recorded four points (3-1) over a two-game span for the Pistons, who now travel to Nanaimo, B.C. for the Crescent Point Energy Western Canada Cup.

The runners up are 20 year old forward Guillaume Naud of the Dauphin Kings and 20 year old goaltender Corey Koop of the Steinbach Pistons.

Week 28 – Daniel Taillefer – Steinbach Pistons

Daniel Taillefer of the Steinbach Pistons has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending April 14.

The 17-year-old forward was hero of the hour last Saturday, scoring the overtime winner in Game 4 of the MJHL final against Dauphin Kings. His OT winner capped a career game as it was his third goal of the game. In total, the La Broquerie native recorded five points (4-1) in three playoff games.

The runners up are 20 year old forward Jesse Sinatynski of the Dauphin Kings and 19 year old forward Justin Augert of the Steinbach Pistons.

Week 27 – Guillaume Naud – Dauphin Kings

Guillaume Naud of the Dauphin Kings has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending April 7.

The 20-year-old forward recorded five points (0-5) in three playoff games for the Kings, who battling Steinbach Pistons for the MJHL championship.

Naud, who hails from Quebec City, was also recently named the MJHL’s nominee for the CJHL Player of the Year award.

The runners up are 19 year old forward Justin Augert of the Steinbach Pistons and 20 year old forward Justin Dalebozik of the Steinbach Pistons

Week 26 – Channing Brescianni – Winnipeg Blues

Channing Brescianni of the Winnipeg Blues has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending March 31.

The 19-year-old defenceman recorded five points (0-5) in three playoff games last week.

The runners up are 19 year old forward Daulton Siwak of the Dauphin Kings and 19 year old forward Justin Augert of the Steinbach Pistons.

Week 25 – Kyle Rous – Steinbach Pistons

Kyle Rous of the Steinbach Pistons has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending March 24.

Rous, who hails from Winnipeg, has been a major factor in the Pistons’ playoff success. The 20-year-old defenceman recorded six points (0-6) in four games for the Pistons who are in the Addison Division final against Winnipeg Blues.

The runners up are 20 year old goaltender Jeremy Pominville of the Dauphin Kings and 20 year old forward Richard Olson of the Steinbach Pistons.

Week 24 – Justin McDonald – OCN Blizzard

Justin McDonald of the OCN Blizzard has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending March 17.

The 20-year-old goaltender was outstanding for the Blizzard, reflected in a 3-1 record, 1.75 GG and .949 save percentage.

The runners up are 20 year old forward Guillaume Naud of the Dauphin Kings and 20 year old goaltender Reed Peters of the Winkler Flyers.

Week 23 – Justin Dalebozik – Steinbach Pistons

Justin Dalebozik, 20, of the Steinbach Pistons has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending March 10.

The product of Treherne scored a hattrick and recorded six points in total (4-2) in two playoff games for the Pistons.

The runners up are 19 year old forward Mitch Van Teeling of the Dauphin Kings and 20 year old goaltender Corey Koop of the Steinbach Pistons.

Week 22 – Reed Peters – Winkler Flyers

Reed Peters of the Winkler Flyers has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending March 3.

Peters, who hails from Morden, was outstanding down the stretch for the Flyers, posting a 4-1 record and GAA of 2.20. In a winner-take-all showdown against Selkirk for the final playoff spot in the Addison Division, Peters backstopped the Flyers to victory.

The runners up are 20 year old goaltender Corey Koop of the Steinbach Pistons and 20 year old forward Guillaume Naud of the Dauphin Kings.

Week 21 – Guillaume Naud – Dauphin Kings

Guillaume Naud of the Dauphin Kings has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending February 24.

Naud, who was recently voted MVP of the MJHL, tallied eight points (2-6) in four games for the Kings, who are atop the Sher-Wood Division. The 20-year-old native of Quebec City has 28 goals and 79 points after 57 games.

The runners up are 17 year old forward Drake Lindsay of the Neepawa Natives and 19 year old goaltender Byron Spriggs of the Winnipeg Blues.

Week 20 – Jon Gaudet – Dauphin Kings

Jon Gaudet of the Dauphin Kings has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending February 17.

Gaudet, who hails from Winnipeg, put on a scoring display, reflected in nine points (7-2) in three games. The 20-year-old forward now sits atop the MJHL scoring race with 81 points – one more than teammate Jesse Sinatynski.

The runners up are 20 year old forward Brett Lafond of the Waywayseecappo Wolverines and 20 year old goaltender Corey Koop of the Steinbach Pistons.

Week 19 – Justin Augert – Steinbach Pistons

Justin Augert of the Steinbach Pistons has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending February 10.

The 19-year-old forward led all MJHL scorers last week with 11 points (4-7) in four games. Over that span, Pistons went 3-1 and now sit third in the Addison Division with 27 wins and 57 points.

The runners up are 18 year old forward Zack Waldvogel of the Portage Terriers and 19 year old goaltender Isaiah Plett of the Winnipeg Blues.

Week 18 – Reed Peters – Winkler Flyers

Reed Peters of the Winkler Flyers has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending February 3.

The 20-year-old goaltender, who hails from Morden, was outstanding last week, reflected in two wins and a sparkling GAA of 1.00 and save percentage of .966.

The runners up are 19 year old goaltender Byron Spriggs of the Winnipeg Blues and 18 year old goaltender Brian Archibald of the Dauphin Kings.

Week 17 – Jared Morris – Winnipeg Blues

Jared Morris of the Winnipeg Blues has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending January 28.

Morris, 19, had an outstanding week, reflected in 10 points (5-5) in four games ─ all victories ─ for the Blues who sit atop the Addison Division with 32 wins and 65 points. Morris is enjoying an outstanding season with 26 goals and 50 points after 45 games.

The runners up are 20 year old forward Brett Pinkerton of the Waywayseecappo Wolverines and 19 year old goaltender Isaiah Plett of the Winnipeg Blues.

Week 16 – Tristan Keck – Winkler Flyers

Tristan Keck of the Winkler Flyers has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending January 20.

The 17-year-old rookie exploded for 10 points (6-4) over a four-game span. Keck, who hails from Morris, recorded a hattrick in a victory over Neepawa. He sits second in club scoring with 20 goals and 43 points.

The runners up are 19 year old goaltender Byron Spriggs of the Winnipeg Blues and 20 year old forward Myles Nykoluk of the Steinbach Pistons.

Week 15 – Trent Genyk – Steinbach Pistons

Trent Genyk of the Steinbach Pistons has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending January 13.

The 20-year-old forward, who hails from Winnipeg Beach, recorded seven points (3-4) in four games for the Pistons, who won three games during his hot streak. Pistons sit fourth in the Addison Division with 20 wins and 42 points.

The runners up are 20 year old forward Russell Turner of the Waywayseecappo Wolverines and 18 year old forward Ryan Leaf of the Virden Oil Capitals.

Week 14 – Isaiah Plett – Winnpeg Blues

Isaiah Plett of the Winnipeg Blues has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending January 6.

The 19-year-old goaltender was stellar last week, reflected in a 2-0 record, 2.00 GAA and .933 save percentage. For the season, Plett has a 14-7 record in 1,253 minutes played. Thanks to a three-game winning streak, Blues sit atop the Addison Division with 24 wins and 48 points.

The runners up are 20 year old forward Jory Mullin of the Winkler Flyers and 19 year old forward Justin Augert of the Steinbach Pistons.

Week 13 – Hudson Friesen – Selkirk Steelers 

Hudson Friesen of the Selkirk Steelers has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending December 23.

Hudson, 19, recorded eight points (2-6) in three games for the red-hot Steelers, who are riding a five-game winning streak. Steelers are tied for first in the Addision Division with Winnipeg Blues, both clubs having 44 points.

The runners up are 19 year old forward Dylan Butler of the Portage Terriers and 20 year old forward Jesse Sinatynski of the Dauphin Kings.

Week 12 – Zack Waldvogel – Portage Terriers

Zack Waldvogel of the Portage Terriers has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending December 16.

The 18-year-old Terriers’ forward recorded seven points (2-5) in four games for the defending MJHL champions, who sit third in the Addison Division with 18 wins and 37 points.

The runners up are 19 year old forward Parker Thomas of the Selkirk Steelers and 19 year old forward Dylan Favell of the Swan Valley Stampeders.

Week 11 – Myles Nykoluk – Steinbach Pistons

Myles Nykoluk of the Steinbach Pistons has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending December 9th.

The 20-year-old forward recorded five points (2-3) in three games for the Pistons who sit fourth in the Addison Division with 13 wins and 28 points.

The runners up are 18 year old forward Colin Baudry of the Swan Valley Stampeders and 20 year old defenseman Thomas Ward Cardinal of the OCN Blizzard

Week 10 – Hudson Friesen – Selkirk Steelers

Hudson Friesen of the Selkirk Steelers has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending December 2.

The 19-year-old from Oakbank recorded five points (4-1) in two games for the Steelers, are riding a three-game winning streak. The Steelers sit second in the Addison Division with 15 wins and 32 points.

The runners up are 19 year old forward Tyler Grove of the OCN Blizzard and 18 year old forward Zack Waldvogel of the Portage Terriers.

Week 9 – Russell Turner – Waywayseecappo Wolverines

Russell Turner of the Waywayseecappo Wolverines has been named the inaugural winner of theRecycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending Nov. 24.

Turner, 20, recorded eight points (5-3) in three games for the Wolverines, who are riding a two-game winning streak. The Sher-Wood Division club sits fifth in its division with 11 wins and 24 points.

The runners up for the Recycle Everywhere/MJHL Player of the Week were 20 year old forward Kyle Bodnarak of the Winnipeg Blues and 19 year old goaltender Adam Iwan of the Portage Terriers.

Week 8 – Tyler Grove – OCN Blizzard

Tyler Grove of the OCN Blizzard has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Weekk, ending November 18.

The veteran forward recorded nine points (6-3) over a four game span for the Blizzard who sit first in the Sher-Wood Division. Grove, 19, hails from Selkirk.

The runners up are 20 year old goaltender Landon Noel of the Swan Valley Stampeders and 16 year old goaltender Ty Edmonds of the Virden Oil Capitals.

Week 7 – Garrett Johnston – Swan Valley Stampeders

Garrett Johnston of the Swan Valley Stampeders has been named theRecycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending November 11.

Johnston, a 17-year-old rookie defenceman from Winnipeg, was a playmaking phenom with seven assists in a four-game span. He also chipped in a goal for the Stamps, who sit second in the Sher-Wood Division with 12 wins and 25 points ─ six points back of leading OCN Blizzard.

The runners up are 19 year old forward Wilson Dumais of the OCN Blizzard and 18 year old forward Justin Derlago of the Selkirk Steelers.

Week 6 – Dylan Favell – Swan Valley Stampeders

The Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week for the week ending November 4, 2012 is 19 year old forward Dylan Favell of the Swan Valley Stampeders (3 goals, 4 assists in 4 games played). The runners up are 18 year old forward Garick Gray of the OCN Blizzard and 19 year old goaltender Trent Michalick of the Selkirk Steelers.

Week 5 — Erik Pushka — Selkirk Steelers

Eric Pushka of the Selkirk Steelers has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending October 28.

Pushka, 19, was a key figure in the Steelers’ current three-game winning streak. The native of Dugald recorded eight points (1-7) for the Steelers, who are tied for second in the Addison Division with seven wins and 15 points ─ seven behind leading Winnipeg Blues.

The runners up are 20 year old forward Dylan Reimer of the Swan Valley Stampeders and 20 year old forward Connor Cleverly of the Winnipeg Blues.

Week 4 — Kyle Rous — Steinbach Pistons

Kyle Rous of the Steinbach Pistons has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending October 21.

The 20-year-old defenceman showed he’s not only a steady man along the blueline, but also demonstrated his offensive skills with five points (1-4) and an impressive  +7 rating over a three-game span for the Pistons who sit third in the Addison Division with five wins and 11 points ─ five back of division leading Winnipeg Blues.

The runners up are 20 year old goaltender Landon Noel of the Swan Valley Stampeders and 20 year old goaltender Jeremy Pominville of the Dauphin Kings.

Week 3 — Tristan Keck — Winkler Flyers

Tristan Keck of the Winkler Flyers has been named Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending October 14.

The Flyers’ rookie forward was a key figure in the club’s recent back-to-back wins with seven points (3-4) over the two games. Keck, who turned 17 last month, is a product of the Morris hockey system and has made a quick adjustment to Junior A hockey.

The Flyers, who are 4-4-2, sit third in the Addison Division with 10 points ─ four back of leading Winnipeg Blues.

The runners up are 19 year old forward Brenden Hurley of the Dauphin Kings and 20 year old goaltender Justin McDonald of the OCN Blizzard.

Week 2 — Richard Olson — Virden Oil Capitals

Richard Olson of the Virden Oil Capitals has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending October 7th.

The 20-year-old forward from Winnipeg showed his scoring prowess when he recorded four points (2-2) in two games for the Oil Capitals, who sit second in the Sher-Wood Division with three wins and eight points after seven games.

The runners up are 20 year old goaltender Corey Koop of the Neepawa Natives and 20 year old defenseman David Haaf of the Waywayseecappo Wolverines.

Week 1 — Jake Heisinger — Winnipeg Blues

Jake Heisinger of the Winnipeg Blues has been named the Recycle Everywhere-MJHL Player of the Week, ending September 30th.

Heisinger, 20, has been a key figure in the Blues’ strong start this season, reflected in a 5-0 record and first-place status in the Addison Division. The Blues’ veteran forward has tallied three goals and seven points in three games.

Manitoba hockey fans will likely recognize the name Heisinger ─ Jake’s father is Craig Heisinger, Senior Vice President & Director, Hockey Operations/Assistant General Manager of the Winnipeg Jets.

The runners up are 20 year old goaltender Justin McDonald of the OCN Blizzard and 19 year old forward Parker Thomas of the Selkirk Steelers.