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Viterra Cup Standings – December 2015

Posted January 11th, 2016 @ 12:00 am

For the second consecutive month, there was a four-way tie on top of The Viterra Cup Standings.  Matt McNair (Okotoks Oilers), Chase Olsen (Olds Grizzlys), Matt Forchuk (Canmore Eagles) and Tyler Maltby (Sherwood Park Crusaders) have each received the Viterra AJHL Star of the Game award 9 times and lead the Viterra Cup Standings with 45 points. 

Ryan Kruper (Sherwood Park Crusaders) holds down second place with 40 points and 8 Viterra AJHL Star of the Game awards.

Each of the 480 AJHL regular season games conclude with the Viterra AJHL Star of the Game Award, which recognizes a player from each team deemed to be that night's top player.  Every time a player is recognized as a Viterra AJHL Star of the Game throughout the regular season, they will receive 5 points in the Viterra AJHL Star of the Game Standings.

Viterra AJHL Star of the Game leaders as of December 31, 2015:
Matt McNair, Okotoks Oilers 45 points
Chase Olsen, Olds Grizzlys 45 points
Tyler Maltby, Sherwood Park Crusaders 45 points
Matt Forchuk, Canmore Eagles 45 points
Ryan Kruper, Sherwood Park Crusaders 40 points

Viterra AJHL Star of the Game leaders as of November 30, 2015:
Matt McNair, Okotoks Oilers 40 points
Chase Olsen, Olds Grizzlys 40 points
Tyler Maltby, Sherwood Park Crusaders 40 points
Matt Forchuk, Canmore Eagles 40 points
Ryan Kruper, Sherwood Park Crusaders 35 points
Dondre Watson, Whitecourt Wolverines 35 points

Viterra AJHL Star of the Game leaders as of October 31, 2015:
Bobby McMann, Bonnyville Pontiacs 30 points
Matt McNair, Okotoks Oilers 30 points
Ryan Kruper, Sherwood Park Crusaders 30 points
Chase Olsen, Olds Grizzlys 25 points
Matt Forchuk, Canmore Eagles 25 points
Tyrell Mappin, Drumheller Dragons 25 points
Zach McNeill, Calgary Canucks 25 points

Viterra AJHL Star of the Game leaders as of September 30, 2015:
Bobby McMann, Bonnyville Pontiacs 25 points
Matt McNair, Okotoks Oilers 20 points
Zach McNeill, Calgary Canucks 20 points