Travis Strunk, North Jersey Aspen Kings Black
With a quick first step leading to breakaway speed, Strunk has been a big contributor for North Jersey. With two multi-goal games, and five tallies on the season, Strunk has been a great compliment to the Aspen Kings top-six. 

Theo Herman, New Jersey Bandits
The speedy forward has been a big playmaker for the Bandits, registering eight assists in nine games. Herman’s keen vision has helped him throughout the season, but when given the chance, he’ll take the shot– putting in three goals this year, as well. 

Rhone Armijo, Rockets Hockey Club
A natural goal-scorer, Armijo has 10 tallies on the season. With a hard, quick shot, Armijo has been able to fool goalies, while also alluding attacking defenders in order to create time and space for himself. 

Shane Hicks, Grundy Senators
Putting up seven goals and 12 points this season, Hicks has been a big players in Grundy’s season. Adding more firepower to the top-six, Hicks has only been off the scoresheet twice this season in eight AHF contests. 

Bradan Fisher, Team Philadelphia
As a point-per-game player, Fisher has put up six goals and 10 points on the year. Fisher is clutch, as well, with two of his six goals being game-winners for Team Philadelphia.  


Carter Faas, Ashburn Xtreme
A key part of the Xtreme’s defense, Faas has helped the squad only allow two goals in seven AHF contests. Responsible for his own end, Faas has also chipped in four points in five games and is riding a three-game point streak heading into the Showcase. 

Tyler Jason, New Jersey Bandits
Leading the defense in goals with three, Jason has been able to throw in his offensive skills with his defensive play. With his all around play, Jason has been able to help the Bandits into the second spot in the U13AA standings. 


Tyler Um, North Jersey Avalanche
Sporting a 1.67 GAA in three games, Um has been solid in his starts for the Avalanche. By playing his angles well, Um has been able to stymie the opposition by giving them very little to shoot at. 

Neil Sharma, Tomorrow’s Ice Selects
Facing over 30 shots a game, Sharma has been solid for the Selects during the season. His .890 save percentage ranks third in the U13AA ranks, while also making timely saves to keep his team in the game.