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