The RBC Player of the Month for September is Drew Anderson of the Waywayseecappo Wolverines.
Anderson, 20, is off to a great start this season, reflected in nine points (2-7) in four games played ─ all victories for the Wolverines.
Anderson, who hails from Portage, has aspirations of playing college hockey after he graduates from junior A.
The runners up are 20 year old forward Josh Tripp of the Swan Valley Stampeders and 18 year old forward Codey Behun of the Winnipeg Blues.
Telus-MJHL Defenceman of the Month
The Telus defenceman of the Month for September is Curtis Ireland of the Steinbach Pistons.
Ireland, 18, was solid on the Pistons’ blue line, in addition to contributing offensively with five assists in four games. Ireland hails from Brandon.
The runners up are 20 year old Quintin Sudom of the Swan Valley Stampeders and 20 year old Nick Doyle of the Waywayseecappo Wolverines.
MGEU-MJHL Goaltender of the Month
The MGEU Goaltender of the Month is Michael Davis of the Swan Valley Stampeders.
Davis, 19, went undefeated in three starts, highlighted by a shutout win. The native of St. Albert, AB, currently has a 1.67 GAA and save percentage of .937.
The runners up are 20 year old Isaac Labelle of the Waywayseecappo Wolverines and 20 year old Brennan Kitchen of the Dauphin Kings.
IBAM-MJHL Rookie of the Month
The IBAM Rookie of the Month for September is Colton Friesen of the Winkler Flyers.
The 16 year old forward from Winnipeg is adjusting nicely to Junior A hockey, as he collected four assists in as many games.
The runners up are 18 year old forward Tyler Van Deynze of the Portage Terriers and 18 year old forward Carter Sawchuk of the Dauphin Kings.
Manitoba Pork Peak Performer of the Month
The Manitoba Pork Peak Performer of the Month for September is Nolan Ferguson of the Selkirk Steelers.
Since arriving in Selkirk, Ferguson has been active in the community and region surrounding Selkirk. A native of Abbotsford, BC, he delivered Steelers’ season tickets to fans and sponsors. He also found time to participate in the Run for the Cure cancer run in Selkirk. He also attended the Terry Fox Run in Selkirk as a volunteer.
Ferguson, 20, was also active in Beausejour, helping with minor hockey practices. With the Steelers he has helped the team get off to a good start in the MJHL.
Congratulations to Nolan for his commitment to the community as the Manitoba Pork Performer for September.