Tanner MacMaster of the Camrose Kodiaks leads the Pro Hockey Life Award Standings as of October 31st, 2013. Tanner has received the Pro Hockey Life Star of the Game award four times in October and a total of seven times throughout the opening two months of the season. MacMaster leads the Pro Hockey Life Award Standings with 35 points.
Each of the 480 AJHL regular season games features the Pro Hockey Life Stars of the Game, recognizing a player from each team deemed to be that night's top player. Every time a player is recognized as a Pro Hockey Life Star of the Game throughout the regular season, they will receive 5 points towards the pursuit of the Pro Hockey Life Award presented at the end of the season.
Tanner MacMaster is a 17 year old forward from Calgary, Alberta. MacMaster is in his second AJHL season after capturing the AJHL Rookie of the Year Award in 2012-2013. MacMaster has committed to Boston College.
Storm goaltender Nick Kulmanovsky and Pontiacs forward Spencer Foo are tied for second place in the Pro Hockey Life Award Standings with 30 points and six Pro Hockey Life Stars of the Game selections.
Pro Hockey Life Award leaders as of October 31, 2013:
- Tanner MacMaster, Camrose Kodiaks 35 points
- Spencer Foo, Bonnyville Pontiacs 30 points
- Nick Kulmanovsky, Grande Prairie Storm 30 points
Pro Hockey Life Award leaders as of September 30th, 2013:
- Connor Collett, Calgary Mustangs 20 points
- Trace Elson, Whitecourt Wolverines 20 points
- Curtis Skip, Drumheller Dragons 15 points
- Marc Olivier-Daigle, Drayton Valley Thunder 15 points
- Spencer Dorowicz, Olds Grizzlys 15 points
- Spencer Foo, Bonnyville Pontiacs 15 points
Tanner MacMaster, Camrose Kodiaks 15 points