By Mike Stackhouse
RBC PLAYER OF THE MONTH: MacGregor Sinclair, Battlefords North Stars
1998 F MacGregor Sinclair (Irma AB) capped his month with a seven point game against La Ronge on November 28th, on his way to a brilliant stretch in which he scored 12-goals and 9-assists in 11-games played. Sinclair also went six straight games to finish the month with, at least, two points in every game. Sinclair also had a hat trick on November 24th against Notre Dame and had points in 9 of his 11 games overall. As of this writing, Sinclair has 20-goals and 21-assists in 24-games on the year. Runner-up: Kaelan Holt, Estevan.
IBAS DEFENSEMAN OF THE MONTH: Clayton Eisler, Melville Millionaires
1997 D Clayton Eisler (Edmonton AB) has been a key factor in the Mils’ recent turnaround. The team captain had 4-goals and 7-assists in 13-games played during the month of November. His biggest contribution was a 3-goal, 3-assist effort in a weekend sweep over the Yorkton Terriers on November 24th and 25th. He ended the month with points in four of his last five games. Overall, he has 7-goals and 12-assists in 29-games. Runner-up: Levi Kleiboer, Battlefords.
SASKTEL GOALTENDER OF THE MONTH: Jacob Standen, Notre Dame
1997 G Jacob Standen (High River AB) led the Hounds with a 5-1-0-and-2 record during the month of November. He posted a 1.59-GAA and .935-SPCT. He shutout La Ronge on November 17th with 17-saves. He had a five game stretch in which he allowed only four goals total and he gave one goal or less in six of his eight games overall. Standen is 11-5-and-3 with a 2.11-GAA and .926-SPCT. He has two shutouts. Runner-up: Jake Anthony, Nipawin.
MYSASK 411 ROOKIE OF THE MONTH: Jordan Kazymyra, Weyburn Red Wings
1999 F Jordan Kazymyra (Regina SK) ripped 8-goals and 4-assists in 12-games this past month, emerging as the top threat on the Red Wings forward ranks Kazymyra had two stretches of consistent output, scoring four goals and six points in three games played November 4-10 and then again from November 17-21 when he had goals in three straight games. He has 11-goals and 8-assists in 22-games this season. Runner-up: Jared Hamm, Notre Dame.