CALGARY, Alberta – The Gongshow CJHL 3 Stars for the month of October 2015 are Nathan Park (Portage Terriers, MJHL), Scott Conway (Penticton Vees, BCHL) and Lucas Batt (Carleton Place Canadians, CCHL).
1st STAR – NATHAN PARK, G, Portage Terriers, MJHL (12 GP, 12 W, 0 L, 0.99 GAA, .953 SV%)
Nathan Park of the defending RBC Cup champion Portage Terriers is the MJHL Player of the Month. Park could easily be nicknamed Mr. Perfect for the month of October. He was all but unbeatable in the nets reflected in a perfect 12-0; with an almost perfect GAA of 0.99 and heady save percentage of .953. A native of Edmonton, Park was perfect in five games, posting shutout victories. Recently, he was named the MJHL's MGEU goaltender of the month. Park, 20, says he strives for excellence each and every start in the nets.
2nd STAR – SCOTT CONWAY, F, Penticton Vees, BCHL (12 GP, 11 G, 15 A, 26 PTS, 2.2 PPG)
Scott Conway of the Penticton Vees is the BCHL Player of the Month for October 2015. Conway posted 11 goals and 15 assists for 26 points as the Vees went 12-0 for the month. The native of Basingstoke, England had at least one point in each October game and was named a game star on four occasions. He had five game-winning goals and had five games where he registered three points. The 6-foot, 190-pound forward is on an 18-game point streak and has been held off the scoresheet just once this season.
3rd STAR – LUCAS BATT, F, Carleton Place Canadians, CCHL (10 GP, 9 G, 14 A, 23 PTS, 2.3 PPG)
The Player of the Month for CCHL is Canadians forward Lucas Batt. Batt amassed 23 (9G, 14A) points in 10 games helping the Canadians to an 8-2 record for October. The Canadians forward earned (5) game stars for the month of October. The Lewisporte, NL native currently leads the league in scoring with 42 (17G, 25A) points in 24 games and was selected to represent the Robinson division in the upcoming Eastern Canada Cup All-Star Challenge (ECCASC).
Honourable Mentions: Joël Caron, Sainte-Agathe Montagnards (QJHL), Anthony Rinaldi, Kingston Voyageurs (OJHL), Brinson Paschinuk, Bonnyville Pontiacs (AJHL).