Midwestern Conference (Goaltender) Leo Lazarev



Leo Lazarev (Moscow, Russia) picks up his second player of the month award for the Waterloo Siskins, previously winning in December. Lazarev and the Siskins finished the regular season strong, coming up just short of catching Elmira for second place in the Midwestern Conference. For the month of February, Leo was 6-1-0 with a 2.12 GAA and .936 SV%. The 16 year old Russian goaltender finished the season with the 7th best GAA in the GOJHL at 2.31 and tied 2nd best for SV% at .928.

Midwestern Conference (Defenseman) Andrew Brubacher



Andrew Brubacher (Elmira, ON) was instrumental in helping the Waterloo Siskins to an 8-1 record in February as the Siskins made a run at second place. The 6’2 175lbs blueliner is in his third year with the Siskins and played key minutes on the Siskins penalty kill and was a leader on the back end with 5 points in February including a game winning OT goal in Listowel and a three point game in an important win over Elmira. Brubacher finished the season with 7 goals, and 21 assists for 28 points.

Midwestern Conference (Forward) Adam Dauda



Adam Dauda (Kitchener, ON) was the offensive leader for the Cambridge Winter Hawks this season, leading the team with 61 points in 48 games on 26 goals and 35 assists. The 6’0 190lbs forward scored 15 of those points in February (8 G, 7 A) as the Winter Hawks tried to catch Stratford for 4th in the Midwestern Conference. Dauda, who came to Cambridge from Elmira at the start of the season, tripled his point production from last season.


Western Conference (Goaltender) Paolo Battisti



Paolo Battisti (Windsor, ON) is the second LaSalle Vipers goaltender to earn this award this season as Cameron Zanussi won previously in October. Battisti is in his first year with the Vipers and split the goaltending duties with Zanussi. The 6’4 210lbs goalie is an imposing figure between the pipes and led the Vipers to a strong second place finish in the Western Conference. In February, Paolo had a strong 2.59 GAA and .914 SV%, with a record of 5-1-1 as the Vipers came up just short of Leamington for top spot in the West.

Western Conference (Defenseman) Braden Hellems



Braden Hellems (St. Thomas, ON) from the St. Thomas Stars is a very composed player and is one of the smoothest skaters in the entire league. He was the Stars’ highest scoring defenseman and was always matched up against the opponents’ top forwards. The 5’9 185lbs defender finished the season with 31 points, 6 of those coming in the month of February. Hellems leads by example both on and off the ice, setting the standard for what is expected from St. Thomas Stars players.

Western Conference (Forward) Ryan Vendramin



Ryan Vendramin (Sault Ste. Marie, ON) of the Sarnia Legionnaires is a scoring threat every time he is on the ice and is a total team player. Vendramin finished the season with 62 points in 47 games (28 G, 34 A), finishing second in team scoring behind Josh Kestner who won this award in November. At 6’3 175lbs, Vendramin uses his skill, as attested by only having 2PIM on the season. In February Ryan Vendramin put up 17 points in 8 games (7 G, 10 A) and finished the season with points in 12 straight games.

Golden Horseshoe Conference (Goaltender) Colin Furlong



Colin Furlong (Cambridge, ON) claims his fourth Player of the Month award of the year (September, October and January). Furlong finished the regular season with a 2.04 GAA, good enough for 2nd best in the GOJHL and a .927 SV% (5th in the GOJHL) to go along with an incredible 40-3-1 record (13 more than any other goaltender in the league). In February, Furlong posted a 2.13 GAA and .923 SV% to go along with a 6-2-0 record.

Golden Horseshoe Conference (Defenseman) Kyler Nixon



Kyler Nixon (Alliston, ON) is also picking up his fourth Player of the Month award of the year, (September, October and January). Nixon finished the season with 82 points in 49 games, good enough for 5th overall in GOJHL scoring, 1st for defensemen, with 27 more points than his closest competitor. In February, the 5’11 175lbs defender added 1 goal and 11 assists in 8 games to pad his lead in defensemen scoring.

Golden Horseshoe Conference (Forward) Blake Luscombe



Blake Luscombe (Burlington, ON) is a second year forward for the Ancaster Avalanche and earns his first player of the month honour. Luscombe finished the season with 57 points in just 38 games and helped the Avalanche finish in 5th place in the Golden Horseshoe Conference, one point ahead of Niagara Falls. The 5’9 170lbs forward had his best month of the season in February, scoring 8 goals and 11 assists in 10 games for 19 points, including a 5-point game against Port Colborne to finish the season.





Golden Horseshoe Conference (Goaltender) Colin Furlong



Colin Furlong (Cambridge, ON) claims his third Player of the Month award of the year, winning previously in September and October. Furlong and the Corvairs extended their second long winning streak of the season into the month of January, winning all 10 games in the month with Furlong earning victories in 7. For the month, Furlong was 7-0-0-0 with a 2.53 goals against average and a .913 save percentage. On the season the 6’1 175lbs goaltender is an incredible 34-1-2-0 with a 2.07 GAA and .927 save %.

Golden Horseshoe Conference (Defenseman) Kyler Nixon



Kyler Nixon (Alliston, ON) is also picking up his third Player of the Month award of the year, after similar honours in September and October. Nixon is the engine of the Pro-Fit Corvairs offense from the backend, leading all GOJHL defense in scoring with 71 points in 42 games. In January Nixon scored at least one point in all 10 games, compiling 3 goals and 16 assists for 19 points, including a 5 point night in Fort Erie. The 5’11 175lbs defender is currently on a 13 game point scoring streak and in 5th place overall in league scoring.

Golden Horseshoe Conference (Forward) Cody Brown



Cody Brown (Wasaga Beach, ON) is another repeat winner, winning the same honour previously in October. Brown is currently 3rd in league scoring with 80 points in 34 games. In January he scored 11 goals and added 15 assists for 26 points in 10 games, highlighted by a hat trick in a big win over Thorold. The 6’1 185lbs forward has scored at least a point in all but two games this season and is a key component of the high scoring offense in Caledonia.

Midwestern Conference (Goaltender) Nicholas Caldwell



Nicholas Caldwell (New Liskeard, ON) and the Stratford Cullitons struggled earlier this season but Caldwell and the Cullies are riding high with a 10 game winning streak. Caldwell’s play between the pipes has been instrumental during the winning streak and particularly in the month of January. In January, the 5’11 185lbs goalie posted a record of 6-0 with a 2.02 goals against average and .933 save percentage.

Midwestern Conference (Defenseman) Ryker Killins



Ryker Killins (Kincardine, ON) is in his second season with the Stratford Cullitons and leads all defensemen in the Midwestern Conference with 40 points in 40 games this season.  He is also the top goal scoring defenseman in the GOJHL with 15 goals on the season. In January the 5’9 173lbs defender had 2 goals and 3 assists for 5 points in 8 games.  His commitment to defensive zone play in addition to his exceptional offensive skills was recently recognized by receiving a NCAA Division 1 scholarship to Ferris State University for September 2015.

Midwestern Conference (Forward) Derek Elliot



Derek Elliot (Staffa, ON) is in his first year with the Listowel Cyclones and is already their top scorer with 30 points in 34 games. The 17 year old forward scored 3 goals and added 7 helpers for 10 points in 7 games for the Cyclones in January. Elliot, standing 5’10 170 lbs will be counted on heavily in the playoffs for Listowel as they moved some of their veteran players to other teams prior to the trade deadline.

Western Conference (Goaltender) Austyn Roudebush



Austyn Roudebush (Toledo, OH) is in his second season with the Leamington Flyers and is no stranger to goaltending awards as he was a co-recipient of the Roy Caley Award for Lowest Team GAA in the Western Conference last season. Roudebush was spectacular in January, winning all 5 starts, 2 by way of shutout, with a minuscule goals against average of 0.78 and a save percentage of .973. The imposing 6’3 200lbs netminder improved his season totals to 18-3-1-1, 2.10 GAA and .926 save %, and Leamington’s current 10 game winning streak has moved them into top spot in the Conference.


Western Conference (Defenseman) Cole Chevalier



Cole Chevalier (Belle River, ON) is in his third season with the Leamington Flyers and does not show up on the score sheet, but is the shutdown defenseman that every team in the league wishes they could have. Chevalier is always on the ice against the top offensive lines and is a major reason the Flyers are the stingiest team in the Western Conference. The 5’11 170lbs defenseman and his Leamington teammates look to continue their strong defensive play as the regular season winds down as they battle LaSalle and Chatham for top spot.


Western Conference (Forward) Kyle Brothers



Kyle Brothers (Watford, ON) stakes claim to the award for the second month in a row and third time this season. Brothers started the month of January with 3 straight hat tricks (after finishing December with 2 straight games with hat tricks) and ended the month with 17 goals and 12 assists for 29 points in 9 games. In those 9 games the Chatham Maroons won 8 times and Brothers had the game winning goal in 5 of those games. The 6’1 170lbs scoring machine continues to lead the league in scoring, hitting the 100 point mark with 48 goals and 52 assists in 39 games.



Western Conference (Goaltender) Jacob Keogh



Jacob Keogh (Barrie, ON) was traded from Cambridge to Chatham on December 1 and has been the spark needed for the Maroons as they went 7-0 in December, with Keogh between the pipes for all 7 wins. Keogh, standing 6’2 230lbs is an imposing figure in net for the Maroons, posting a 2.00 goals against average and .934 save percentage for the month. Jacob is still undefeated with Chatham as they continue to climb the Western Conference standings.

Western Conference (Defenseman) Matt Fuller



Matt Fuller (London, ON) is in his third season with the London Nationals and is currently the top scoring defenseman in the Western Conference with 32 points in 33 games and 5th in league scoring for defensemen. Fuller runs the Nationals’ power play and is the shutdown guy on their penalty kill. The 6’0 180lbs defender picked up 2 assists in 6 games in December and will be counted upon heavily down the stretch if London wants to repeat as Sutherland Cup Champions.

Western Conference (Forward) Kyle Brothers



Kyle Brothers (Watford, ON) earns his second player of the month honours of the season, after being selected in October. Brothers took over the lead in league scoring with 24 points on 9 goals and 15 assists in December in only 7 games, averaging almost 3.5 points per game in the month. The 6’1 170lbs forward has been increasing his lead on top of the scoring list and currently has 76 points through 31 games after scoring 74 points in 44 games last season with the Lambton Shores Predators.

Golden Horseshoe Conference (Goaltender) Knick Dawe



Knick Dawe (Penetang, ON) has been a steady force in net for the St. Catharines Falcons all season long, teaming with Jonathon D’Ilario to form one of the top goaltending tandems in the GOJHL. The Falcons are currently on a 14 game winning streak and Dawe’s play has been key as he won all 4 games he played in December, posting a miniscule goals against average of 1.23 and save percentage of .961. On the season, the 6’0 180lbs goalie is now 17-2 with a goals against of 2.59 and save percentage of .913 as the Falcons battle Caledonia for top spot in the Golden Horseshoe Conference.

Golden Horseshoe Conference (Defenseman) Broderick Kelly



Broderick Kelly (St. Catharines, ON) has returned for his second season with the St. Catharines Falcons after spending last year with the Niagara Ice Dogs of the Ontario Hockey League. Kelly has played a key role in keeping the Falcons near the top of the standings since rejoining the team in October. The 5’11 195lbs defender has 15 points in 24 games, but it’s his strong play in his own end that earns him player of the month honours for December, while adding 2 goals and a helper in the month offensively.

Golden Horseshoe Conference (Forward) Johnny Curran



Johnny Curran (Niagara Falls, ON) is the leading scorer for the Niagara Falls Canucks with 50 points through 34 games, good for a tie for 10th overall in the league. In his third season with the Canucks, Curran had a very strong month of December, scoring points in all 8 games, totalling 10 goals and 10 assists for 20 points. The 5’10 150lbs forward is currently on a 10 game point streak as his Canucks battle for position in the Golden Horseshoe Conference.

Midwestern Conference (Goaltender) Leo Lazarev



Leo Lazarev (Moscow, RUSSIA) is in his first year with the Waterloo Siskins and the 16 year old has been nothing short of spectacular. The Siskins are currently riding an 11 game winning streak and Lazarev has been a key player in those wins. For the month of December, Lazarev earned 5 wins with an incredible 1.20 goals against average and sparkling .962 save percentage, including back to back wins over the Kitchener Dutchmen who were chasing the All-time Jr. B winning streak record.

Midwestern Conference (Defenseman) Eric Cimino



Eric Cimino (London, ON) is currently 9th in league scoring for defensemen with 27 points in 34 games. At 5’11 195 lbs, the defenseman had a strong month of December with 7 points in 7 games while helping the Siskins extend their winning streak with his strong defensive play. Cimino will be counted on to keep putting points on the board while playing strong defensively in front of goaltenders Lazarev and Ryan Hergott, as the Siskins battle with the Elmira Sugar Kings and Kitchener Dutchmen for top spot in the Midwestern Conference.

Midwestern Conference (Forward) Craig Martini



Craig Martini (Guelph, ON) is enjoying a breakout season in his second year with the Guelph Hurricanes with 51 points in 35 games, already doubling his total of 25 points in 49 games last year. The 5’11 180lbs forward scored 5 goals and added 9 assists in December in 9 games. Martini is currently 9th in league scoring and follows teammate Matt Lippa’s who claimed the honour last month.






Midwestern Conference (Goaltender) Marc Williams


Marc Williams (Waterloo, ON) has been chosen for the second straight month as top goaltender in the Midwestern Conference. Williams’ Dutchmen are currently riding a 23 game winning streak and his play between the pipes has been a big part of the streak. Williams has not lost a game since September 15th and went 9-0-0 in November. The 5’11, 175lbs goalie posted a 1.41 goals against average and .955 save percentage for the month as he continues to improve his numbers month by month.

Midwestern Conference (Defenseman) Kyle Ellis



Kyle Ellis (Drayton, ON) is the second straight Kitchener Dutchmen defenseman to claim this honour, following John Divo last month. The 5’10, 170lbs defender tallied 3 goals and 5 assists in 9 games in November and is now 5th in team scoring. Ellis has scored 2 game winning goals for the Dutchmen this season as the team continues their winning ways.

Midwestern Conference (Forward) Matt Lippa



Matt Lippa (Richmond Hill, ON) is in his second season with the Guelph Hurricanes and he has already surpassed his points total from last season. Lippa scored 8 times in November, while adding 16 assists for 24 points in just 10 games. The 5’10, 170lbs forward’s month was highlighted by two big games as he scored 5 points against Listowel on the 2nd and 6 points against Brampton on the 22nd. Matt currently stands tied for 7th in league scoring with 42 points through 28 games.

Western Conference (Goaltender) Liam Herbst



Liam Herbst (Etobicoke, ON) has been a key contributor for the London Nationals this year, helping the Nationals to an 8-2-0 record in November. Liam went 4-1-0 for the month, with a 2.57 goals against average and a .903 save percentage. The 6’1, 170lbs netminder missed all of the 2012-13 season following knee surgery, so a month like November will be a major boost to his confidence. Herbst was selected in the 1st round (22nd overall) by the London Knights in the 2012 OHL Priority Draft.

Western Conference (Defenseman) Kurtis Sander



Kurtis Sander (Barrie, ON) is in his second season with the Strathroy Rockets and was also chosen as the top defenseman in the Western Conference last November. The defender scored 1 goal and added 4 assists in November, but it is his steady play defensively that makes him a key player for the Rockets. The 5’9, 170lbs defenseman plays in every situation for the Rockets, powerplay, penalty killing and late in games. Sander will be called upon to play strong in December as the Rockets enter a tough part of their schedule.

Western Conference (Forward) Josh Kestner



Josh Kestner (Huntsville, AL) had a pretty good month for the Sarnia Legionnaires, scoring 12 goals and adding 8 assists in 9 games as his Legionnaires went 6-3-0 in November. Kestner leads the team with 45 points on the season as they continue to chase the top teams in the Conference. The 6’1, 165lbs forward was also rewarded for his strong play this season by committing to play for the University of Alabama-Huntsville next season in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association in the NCAA. Kestner is currently in 4th place in league scoring with 45 points in 28 games.

Golden Horseshoe Conference (Goaltender) Blake Richard



Blake Richard (Grimsby, ON) is in his third season in the GOJHL and helped backstop the Ancaster Avalanche to a very solid month of November as the team went 7-2-0. Richard started all but two of those games, going 4-1-0 and posting a 2.40 goals against average and a .938 save percentage. The 6’2, 175lbs goaltender is now 6-3-2-1, 3.05, .917 on the season and is a main reason the Avalanche are in a battle for third place in the Golden Horseshoe Conference with Thorold and Welland. Blake was drafted in round 11 (210 overall) by the Kingston Frontenacs in the 2010 OHL Priority Selection.

Golden Horseshoe Conference (Defenseman) Harrison Domagala



Harrison Domagala (Oakville, ON) is in his first season with the Ancaster Avalanche. The 6’1, 195lbs defenseman is the Avalanche’s top scoring defenseman and 4th on the team with 21 points in 25 games on the season. Four of those points came in 8 games Domagala played in November, including a 3 point game against Fort Erie on the 21st. Harrison is a key contributor to Ancaster’s powerplay and has been a force defensively all season long.

Golden Horseshoe Conference (Forward) Zach Nieminen



Zach Nieminen (Ajax, ON) is in his second season with the Ancaster Avalanche (previously the Stoney Creek Warriors) and currently sits in 3rd place in league scoring with 50 points in 27 games. Nieminen had a monster month of November, scoring 12 times and adding 11 assists for 23 points in just 9 games. The 6’2, 195lbs forward has been chasing the league’s leading scorers all season and is currently only 2 points out of top spot.





Western Conference (Goaltender) Cameron Zanussi



Cameron Zanussi (Clarington, ON) has been a key component of the LaSalle Vipers sitting on top of the Western Conference through the first third of the season. Zanussi went 5-1 in the month of October, posting a goals against average of 2.13 and a save percentage of .905. The 6’ 165lbs goaltender in his first year with the Vipers has played big following the departure of veteran tender Taylor Speed, who joined the University of Windsor Lancers in September. Zanussi posted a shutout against the Port Colborne Pirates in St. Catharines during the GOJHL Showcase.

Western Conference (Defenseman) Brett Langlois



Brett Langlois (Tecumseh, ON) has provided a strong veteran presence on the LaSalle Vipers blueline after playing in Leamington for the past two seasons. Langlois tallied six assists in October while playing steadying defense and anchoring the Vipers’ top defensive pair. The big 6’2 210lbs defender plays on both the penalty kill and powerplay, helping lead the Vipers to an early first place standing in the Western Conference.

Western Conference (Forward) Kyle Brothers



Kyle Brothers (Watford, ON) was a Western Conference All Star last year for the Lambton Shores Predators, and following a trade to the Chatham Maroons he has picked up right where he left off last season, putting points on the board. Brothers scored 6 goals and added 11 assists for 17 points in 8 games in the month of October for the Maroons. The 6’1 170lbs forward who started his junior hockey career with the Alvinston Jr. C Flyers in 2010-2011 is currently 3rd in GOJHL scoring and has been climbing up the list as the season has progressed.

Golden Horseshoe Conference (Goaltender) Colin Furlong



Colin Furlong (Cambridge, ON) is the back to back winner of Goaltender of the Month for the Golden Horseshoe Conference as his Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs have started the season undefeated. Furlong has carried the workload for Caledonia, starting all but one of their games. For the month of October, the 6’1 175 lbs goalie posted a 1.77 goals against average with a .925 save percentage for 9 wins in 9 games. On the season, Furlong is a remarkable 18-0, with 1.69 goals against average and .936 save percentage as Caledonia has started the season 19-0.

Golden Horseshoe Conference (Defenseman) Kyler Nixon



Kyler Nixon (Alliston, ON) is also a back to back winner, repeating as Defenseman of the Month for the Golden Horseshoe Conference. Nixon continues to lead the league in defenseman scoring with 36 points through 19 games for his Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs. In October, Nixon scored 4 goals and added 17 assists in only 10 games. The 5’11 175 defenseman is chasing teammate Connor Murphy for the GOJHL scoring title, sitting 8 points behind through the first 2 months of the season.

Golden Horseshoe Conference (Forward) Cody Brown



Cody Brown (Wasaga Beach, ON) of the Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs rounds out the sweep of this month’s Golden Horseshoe Conference awards for Caledonia. Brown, who played last season with the Barrie Colts of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) has fit in nicely with the Corvairs. Brown’s first game with his new team was on October 4 against St. Catharines where he scored 2 goals and added 3 assists. For the month of October, the 6’ 165lbs forward picked up 12 goals and 12 assists for 24 points in just 10 games.

Midwestern Conference (Goaltender) Marc Williams



Marc Williams (Waterloo, ON) has been an important part of the early season success for the Kitchener Dutchmen who have won 14 straight games, all 9 they played in October, and sit in first place in the Midwestern Conference. The 5’11 175lbs goaltender posted a 1.38 goals against average and a sparkling .954 save percentage for October, winning all 5 of his starts. In his second year with the Dutchmen, Williams has 3 shutouts, as does teammate Matt Greenfield, combining for 6 shutouts to lead the league as a goaltending tandem.

Midwestern Conference (Defenseman) John Divo




John Divo (Kitchener, ON) is a big strong defender who is playing in his third full season with the Kitchener Dutchmen. Divo’s strong defensive play, along with 7 points in October, including a 3 point game against Cambridge on October 8, earned him the recognition for this month. The 6’4 200lbs defenseman has 13 points so far this season in 19 games and has helped the Dutchmen to the top of the Midwestern Conference standings.

Midwestern Conference (Forward) Keli Grant




Keli Grant (Kingston, ON) is the top scorer so far this season with the first-place Kitchener Dutchmen with 31 points through the first 19 games. Grant had an excellent October, scoring 10 goals and 6 assists for 16 points in 9 games for the month. The 5’10 180lbs forward is in his third season with the Dutchmen and is looking to surpass his 54 points from last season.






Golden Horseshoe Conference (Forward) Roger Sherwood



Thorold Blackhawks’ forward Roger Sherwood had an impressive start to the season, collecting 20 points, with 7 goals and 13 assists in just 9 games. Sherwood closed out the month with an impressive 6 point effort against the Fort Erie Meteors with a hat trick and 3 helpers. The 6’5, 225lbs Hamilton, Ontario native has helped the Blackhawks get off to a good start in the Golden Horseshoe Conference as they currently sit tied for 3rd place.

Golden Horseshoe Conference (Goaltender) Colin Furlong




Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs’ goaltender Colin Furlong had a perfect month of September to earn Player of the Month honours. Furlong earned the ‘W’ in all eight of Caledonia’s wins in the month, posting a sparkling 1.26 GAA and .954 Save Percentage. The 6’1 keeper from Cambridge has added to his totals already in October, and continues his unbeaten streak to start the season.

Golden Horseshoe Conference (Defenseman) Kyler Nixon



With their hot start to the season, it is only fitting to see another player from Caledonia chosen as a Player of the Month as Pro-Fit Corvairs defenseman Kyler Nixon earns the honour for September. Nixon, from Alliston, Ontario sits atop the GOJHL scoring list for defense after tallying 1 goal and 12 assists in 8 games in the month of September. Nixon scored at least one point in 7 of Caledonia’s 8 games in September, finishing the month with multiple points in the last 4 games.

Midwestern Conference (Forward) Christian Mroczkowski



Christian Mroczkowski of the Waterloo Siskins was chosen as the Midwestern Conference Forward of the Month on the strength of 13 points in the Siskins first eight games of the season. Mroczkowski, the 5-10 forward from Wellesley, Ontario started the season with a hat trick against Guelph and added 5 more during September for a total of 8 goals in 8 games.

Midwestern Conference (Goaltender) Hayden Neuman



Elmira Sugar Kings’ goalie Hayden Neuman won all six of his starts for the month of September, earning him honours as Goaltender of the Month. Neuman posted a .956 Save Percentage for the month, allowing only 9 goals. The native of Newmarket, Ontario looks to continue his strong play as the Sugar Kings seek a second Sutherland Cup in four years.

Midwestern Conference (Defenseman) Craig Johnson



The Elmira Sugar Kings currently sit atop the Midwestern Conference, a big reason for their position is the strong play of defenseman Craig Johnson, who has earned Defenseman of the Month honours for September. Aurora, Ontario’s Johnson picked up 1 goal and 3 assists for the month and played steady defense all month long to help his team keep the puck out of their net.

Western Conference (Forward) Michael Verboom



Chatham Maroons Captain Michael Verboom was named the Forward of the Month for the Western Conference for September based on his strong play, tallying 16 points.  The 5’11, 175lbs centre from Iona Station, Ontario lead the Maroons in scoring with 7 goals and 9 assists for the month of September.  Michael was dominant in the September 10th game versus Lambton Shores where he recorded 5 points (3G, 2A).

Western Conference (Goaltender) Trevor Wheaton




Trevor Wheaton has been an early season standout for the Leamington Flyers, leading the GOJHL in GAA. Wheaton’s strong play in September has earned him the honour of Goalie of the Month for the Western Conference in September. Essex, Ontario’s Wheaton, posted 4 wins without a loss in September, with a 1.25 GAA and .945 Save Percentage. The 5’11, 180lbs goalie is a big reason for the Flyers’ early season success.

Western Conference (Defenseman) Jake McGhee




Defenseman Jake McGhee is in his third season with the Leamington Flyers, and his solid defensive play has earned him Defenseman of the Month honours for the Western Conference for September. The 5’11, 180lbs blue-liner has helped make Leamington one of the hardest teams in the Western Conference to score against.