Another week, another award for Adam Jonak.
The Midwest Jr. Hockey League has announced its most-recent players-of-the-week and the high-scoring Jonak was again recognized.
The awards are voted on by league coaches, general managers and league staff.
Forward of the Week: Adam Jonak, MC Monarchs
Now a two-time winner of the award this season, the 1994-born Jonak played just one game last week for the Monarchs but piled up three goals, six assists, nine points as MC cuffed the Alpena Flyers 11-3.
Defenseman of the Week: John Urmetz, Decatur Blaze
Urmetz made his season debut last weekend as the Blaze kicked off its inaugural season in Decatur with a three-game sweep over the Berkley Bruins.
A 1994-born Cleveland native, Urmetz recorded five assists in the three games, while also playing 30 minutes-plus per outing.
Goaltender of the Week: Paul Stomper, Decatur Blaze
Stomper, a 1994 birthdate out of Chicago, won all three games for Decatur last weekend, including pitching a 22-save shutout in a 5-0 win over Berkley.
Overall this season, Stomper has a record of 3-0 with a 2.00 goals-against-average and a .928 save percentage.
Rookie of the Week: Brett Farley, Alpena Flyers/Cam Givens, Traverse City Hounds
Farley came into last weekend with just two points on the year but in three games (one against MC and two against the Detroit Fighting Irish), the 1996-born Cadillac, Mich., product produced four goals, four assists, eight points.
A Traverse City native, Givens previously won this award and shares it this week after scoring five goals and adding an assist in the Hounds three-game road sweep of the Michigan Ice Dogs.
PHOTO: Adam Jonak (right) of the MC Monarchs, with teammate Jarrad Vroman.