Thanks to 17 points in 11 games, the RBC Player of the Month for October is Josh Tripp of the Swan Valley Stampeders.
Tripp, who hails from Swan River, scored seven goals and added 10 assists during a very hot October, which was highlighted by one game-winning goal, one powerplay goal and one short-handed goal.
The 20-year-old currently leads the MJHL scoring race with 27 points.
The runners up are 20 year old forward Brady Tatro of the Steinbach Pistons and 18 year old forward Mackenzie Belinski of the Neepawa Natives.
Telus-MJHL Defenceman of the Month
The Telus Defenceman of the Month for October is Quintin Sudom of the Swan Valley Stampeders.
Sudom, 20, who was a runner-up for this award in September, showed off his offensive skills with 16 points (9-7) in 11 games. The 6-foot-2, 200-pound blueliner hails from Fort McMurray, Ab.
The runners up are 20 year old Troy Williams of the Steinbach Pistons and 20 year old Griffin Chwaliboga of the Winnipeg Blues.
MGEU-MJHL Goaltender of the Month
The MGEU Goaltender of the Month is Matthew Radomsky, 19, of the Steinbach Pistons.
The Piston veteran put together a 7-3 record in October with a 1.97 GAA and .921 save percentage. The native of Winnipeg also recorded one shutout in October.
The runners up are 20 year old Isaac Labelle of the Waywayseecappo Wolverines and 19 year old Noah Giesbrecht of the OCN Blizzard.
IBAM-MJHL Rookie of the Month
The IBAM Rookie of the Month for October is Reece Henry of the Portage Terriers.
The 18-year-old forward recorded 13 points (1-12) in 11 games in October. The native of Regina currently sits second in rookie scoring.
The runners up are 17 year old defenceman Colby Jaquet of the Selkirk Steelers and 18 year old defenceman Drake Burgin of the Winkler Flyers.
Manitoba Pork Peak Performer of the Month
The Manitoba Pork Peak Performer for the month of October is Swan Valley Stampeders defenceman Tanner Glasrud.
Affectionately nicknamed “Rudy” by his teammates, the 18 year-old rookie from Delano, Minnesota is hard to miss as he stands 6-foot-7.
Tanner volunteers with the Swan Valley Minor Hockey Association as well as regularly assisting with reading and physical education programs at Heyes School. He also helped Swan Valley Communities That Care set up Spooktober-Fest at the local museum, volunteered at Extra Foods, Co-Op and the local curling club.
He was also a guest star on the Swan Valley Stampeders’ YouTube channel for the Junior Stampeder Reporter. Tanner is clearly making a positive impact both on the ice and in the Swan Valley region.