Tyler Parr, Goalie of the Mitchell Hawks with a record of 5:2, and 2.70 goals against
Josh Brown, Forward for the Orillia Terriers with 9 goals, and 6 assists.
Alex Lepizzera, Goalie of the Clarington Eagles who started 6 games in October with a 5:1 record, 2 SO, and a 1.50 GAA, .937% save pct. He is a great leader in the dressing room and an always positive attitude teammate.
Reid Lambert, Forward for the Napanee Raiders is a 17-year-old rookie, who has stepped in and registered 11 points in 10 games to lead the older-aged team in scoring. This includes 2 GWG. Reid never takes a shift off, plays physically and has earned special teams ice that was not promised to him. He has managed to stay out of the box, despite his rough and rugged play. This past month, he came with 2 points of his 36 game total in his one full season of AAA hockey.
JD, McNeil, Captain of the Dundas Blues. He has played 9 games in October and had 9 goals and 5 assists. He led all PJHL rookie scorers. “He’s a great kid that leads by example every time he steps on the ice. JD is always one of the hardest workers every time whether a practice or a game.” (Steve Aglor, Dundas GM)
Kyle Baker, Forward for the Woodstock Navy Vets. Kyle played 9 games in October and had 9 goals and 11 assists. He led the Doherty division in scoring and was 2nd in the PJHL!! “Kyle is a relentless competitor and a great leader for our hockey club. He shows up to the rink each and every night ready to compete and perform at his highest level. His work ethic, competitiveness, leadership, and high skill set have helped lead us to great team success, as well as personal success with him being named Player of the month for October.” (Darren Youing, Woodstock Navy Vets Head Coach)
Joe Capirchio, Captain of the Mt. Brydges Bulldogs. He was born and raised in Mt. Brydges playing minor hockey there and then moving on to AAA for the Elgin Middlesex Chiefs and Lampton Sting. Two years of Jr. B and then he came home at the beginning of the 2019/2020 season for the Bulldogs. Right now Joe sits at 6 goals and 14 assists.
Brodie Conlon, forward for the Mooretown Flags. Brodie led the Stobbs Division in goals in the 2019/20 season before the pandemic and is on pace to chase that title again with 9 goals currently.