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Forward of the Month

Peter Henderson

Peter Henderson Wisconsin Whalers

Wisconsin forward Peter Henderson, 19, stood out among his peers in November as the forward from Libertyville, Illinois, recorded an outstanding point total of 19 points in just nine games during the month as the Whalers put together a 6-1-2 record. Henderson (5’11/175) had six goals and 13 assists during the month and was also a +10. He registered at least a point in eight of the nine games and had seven multi-point games. He began the month with a three-point effort, which included the game-winning goal in a 4-2 win over La Crosse on November 1st. He had another three-point game in a win over La Crosse on November 16th and followed that up with a four-point effort in a win over Peoria on November 22nd. Henderson leads the NA3HL in scoring with 39 points in 24 games played and also leads the league with 24 assists. “Peter has been one of our most consistent players all season.  He sees the ice vey well and uses his speed and skill to his advantage,” said Wisconsin Whalers head coach Tom McDermott.

Runner-Up: Brandt Miller, Helena Bighorns

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Andrew Bond, Cincinnati Swords – Cade Boreing, Gillette Wild – Scott Coash Jr., Chicago Jr. Bulldogs – Kegan Couture, Bozeman Icedogs – Jace Cseter, La Crosse Freeze – Tyler Dalton, Cleveland Jr. Lumberjacks – Brandon Desrosiers, Southern Tier Xpress – Justin Dunn, Point Mallard Ducks – Kayne Fedor, Dallas Jr. Stars – Brett Gravelle, North Iowa Bulls – Alex Johanson, Topeka Capitals – Aharon Lara, Twin City Steel – Eli Lynn, Pittsburgh Vengeance – Dallas Marvin, Granite City Lumberjacks – Mark McGee, Toledo Cherokee – Ryan Mezera, Breezy Point North Stars – Tyler Sworsky, Alexandria Blizzard – Dakota Ulmer, West Michigan Wolves – Ian Wiljanen, Billings Bulls

Defenseman of the Month

Nick Trefry

Nick Trefry Helena Bighorns

Helena defenseman Nick Trefry, 19, helped his team to a 7-2 record during November. The native of Upland, California, recorded eight points in nine games during the month, which included four goals and four assists. He was also a +4 during the month. Trefry (6’1/190) started the month on a four-game point streak, which included a goal and a +3 effort in a 7-1 win over Glacier on November 7th. He had another +3 effort and a three point game in another win over Glacier back on November 22nd. For the season, Goor is tied for the NA3HL lead in scoring for defensemen with 23 points in 18 games played. He also ranks 3rd among NA3HL defensemen in plus/minus with a +20 rating. "Nick has had a great start to the season and has been a large contributor to our success thus far. It is not often a defenseman can play 200 feet like Nick has been able to do this season. We look forward to continuing his development everyday and see what else he brings to the table the rest of the season as a leader and high minute defenseman,” said Jon Jonasson, head coach of the Helena Bighorns.

Runner-Up: Noah Gilreath, Point Mallard Ducks

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): David Bogart, Toledo Cherokee – Jared Bromberg, La Crosse Freeze – Jack Cleaver, Gillette Wild – Gavin Cummings, Pittsburgh Vengeance – Mitchell Gwost, Granite City Lumberjacks – Travis Hall, Dallas Jr. Stars – Henry Hearon, Chicago Jr. Bulldogs – Will Holtan, Wisconsin Whalers – Avery Huibragtse, Cleveland Jr. Lumberjacks – Ralfs Karelis, Billings Bulls – Sam Naegele, North Iowa Bulls – Jake Nicks, Bozeman Icedogs – Colin O’Connor, Topeka Capitals – Corey Siwula, West Michigan Wolves - Chris Skordilis, Twin City Steel – Gena Zabeline, Cincinnati Swords

Goalie of the Month

Robbie Goor

Robbie Goor Twin City Steel

Twin City goalie Robbie Goor, 18, was just about perfect during the month of November. The native of Anoka, Minnesota, appeared in four games during the month of November and allowed just a single goal. Goor (6’3/200) faced 99 shots during the month and stopped 98 of them. In his first two games on the month, Goor posted back-to-back shutouts of Breezy Point on November 7th and 15th. He then made 41 saves in a 4-1 win at Minnesota on November 22nd. He finished the month with a relief appearance against Breezy Point in which he stopped all 11 shots that came his way. During November, Goor would end up with two shutouts, a 0.29 goals against average and a 99% save percentage. For the season, Goor has an 8-4 record with a 2.72 goals against average and a 91.0% save percentage. “The month that Robbie had was outstanding.  He helped us ride out a 5 game win streak, which places us 3rd in our division. Robbie's confidence is growing everyday which is contagious around the team.  He has all the tools to repeat November again in December,” said Twin City General Manager Bryant Black.

Runner-Up: Tommi Ahlgren, North Iowa Bulls

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Brian Baker, Pittsburgh Vengeance - Glen Bates, Toledo Cherokee – Alex Feese, Gillette Wild – Sam Harden, Chicago Jr. Bulldogs – Alex Kruger, Helena Bighorns – Brandon Kruger, Cincinnati Swords – Chris Mallon, Dallas Jr. Stars – Kendall Meyer, Granite City Lumberjacks – Kyler Patenaude, West Michigan Wolves – Jacob Pelton, Topeka Capitals -  – Denijs Romanovskis, Bozeman Icedogs – Alec Rounds, Cleveland Jr. Lumberjacks – Cam Scheuren, La Crosse Freeze – Cole Semchak, Billings Bulls – David Volkmann, Wisconsin Whalers – Billy Wagner, Point Mallard Ducks

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La Crosse311811238.613
West Michigan301811137.617
St. Louis31919321.339
Southern Tier281810036.643
Great Falls27243048.889
Point Mallard241310127.563
Sugar Land29721115.259
North Iowa29245048.828
Granite City29236046.793
Twin City311613234.548
Breezy Point33824117.258
December 20, 2014
Peoria 5St. Louis 3  
La Crosse 3Chicago 7  
Texas 4Point Mallard 3  
S. Tier 5Cincinnati 1  
West Michigan 4Toledo 1  
Alexandria 3Twin City 1  
Glacier 0Gillette 3  
Yellowstone 0Helena 11  
Nashville 6Topeka 2  
Sugar Land 7Dallas 2  
Breezy Point 1Granite City 3  
Bozeman 2Great Falls 9  
Minnesota 2North Iowa 14  
Metro 7Pittsburgh 6 (OT)
December 21, 2014
Texas 3Point Mallard 2 (OT)
Metro 2Pittsburgh 1 (OT)
La Crosse 6Chicago 5  
S. Tier 8Cincinnati 2  
Bozeman 2Helena 8  
Peoria 6St. Louis 2  
Toledo 2Cleveland 3 (SO)
December 31, 2014
Twin City at Alexandria7:10 PM
Great Falls at Billings7:30 PM
Gillette at Yellowstone7:30 PM
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