The Midwest Jr. Hockey League has announced its players of the week for the period ending November 16.
The awards are voted on by coaches, general managers and MWJHL staff.
The envelope, please.
Forward of the Week: Patrick Rogowski, Traverse City Hounds
Rogowski, a second-year skater with the Hounds, recorded three goals and three assists for a six-point outing as Traverse City defeated the Detroit Fighting Irish 9-1.
On the season, Rogowski leads Traverse City in scoring with 18 goals, 16 assists, 34 points.
Defenseman of the Week: Jarrad Vroman, MC Monarchs
Now a two-time winner of the award, the 1997 birth-year blueliner played just one game last week, netting a goal in the Monarchs 5-3 win over Detroit.
Vroman — who is on the watch list of at least a couple of teams in the North American Hockey League — regularly plays 30-35 minutes a game on the MC defence.
Vroman leads all MWJHL defenders in scoring with four goals, 24 assists, 28 points.
Goaltender of the Week: Chris Boyd, Michigan Ice Dogs
Boyd picked up a win and a shootout loss last weekend as the Ice Dogs split with the Alpena Flyers.
Overall, Boyd has a 4-4-3 record, .915 save percentage and 3.29 goals-against average.
Rookie of the Week: Austin Stefan, Detroit Fighting Irish
One of the youngest players in the league with a 1998 birth date, Stefan earned his third win of the season with a 16-save performance as the Fighting Irish beat the Soo Firehawks 3-1.
For the season, Boyd has a 3-0 record, .880 save percentage and 3.18 goals against average.