Jack Hatton St. Louis Jr. Blues
Leading the NA3HL Forwards in January for goals, points, points per game, and +/- was the Jr. Blues’ 19-year-old Jack Hatton. The Naperville, IL native scored 15 goals (2 SHG and 3 PPG), and had 8 assists for 23 points at a 3.83 pace of points per game through January. Hatton was +24 all in six games played. “Jack has been an offensive threat for us all year. He is a natural goal-scorer and always puts himself in position to score. He had a monster month for us, and helped our club will 6 games in January,” said General Manager and Head Coach Chris Flaugher.
Runner-Up: Christian Ward, Missoula Jr. Bruins
Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Austin Braley, Northeast Generals – Austin Lewis, Wisconsin Whalers – Blake Bennett, Lockport Express – Brad Becker, Binghamton Jr. Senators – Brad Estrada, Helena Bighorns – Brady Dahl, Granite City Lumberjacks – Davis Van Gemerden, Louisiana Drillers – Jacob Friedman, Cincinnati Thunder – Jake Cox, Point Mallard Ducks – Luc Kreuser, New Ulm Steel – Mathias Tellstrom, Metro Jets – Melker Kroon, Texas Jr. Brahmas – Michael Gulawsky, Jersey Shore Wildcats – Mike Zenone, Wooster Oilers – Oscar Lande, Syracuse Stampede – Ricky Kwapich, Toledo Cherokee – Sascha Figi, Atlanta Capitals – Sean Mallonee, North Iowa Bulls – Tegan Harrington, Great Falls Americans – Thomas Delaney, Euless Jr. Stars – Tyler Briley, La Crosse Freeze