January Players of the Month

The CSSHL has announced the six division winners of the January Player of the Month.

U15: Aiden Andrews – RHA Kelowna

With 11 goals and 7 assists in 6 games in January the Vancouver, BC forward now sits second in team scoring with 40 points in 25 games. His 23 goals are most on his team and rank seventh among all U15 skaters. Last season Andrews tallied 13 points in 27 U15 games with RHA Kelowna.

U15 Prep: Ryker Doka – Notre Dame Hounds

With 18 points in 12 games this season Doka sits 12th among all U15 Prep defensemen. His 1.50 points per game is second among defensemen only to Brock Cripps (3.00). In five games in January the Regina, SK product recorded five goals and eight assists. After starting the season with 0 points in his first 4 games, he has since tallied 18 points in his last 8 games.

U17 Prep: Cole Fisher – South Alberta Hockey Academy

A forward from Dunmore, AB, Fisher tallied 11 goals and 8 assists in 8 games in January. Selected in the 11th round of the 2022 WHL Draft by the Lethbridge Hurricanes, Fisher currently leads his team in goals (15) and points (30) in 19 games. Fisher spent last season with the Edge School U17 Prep team, tallying 14 points in 29 games.

U18 Prep: Brendyn Van Oene – Shawnigan Lake School

A 2022 WHL Draft ninth round pick by the Brandon Wheat Kings, Van Oene tallied 7 goals and 8 assists in just 3 games in January. On the season he sits second in team and 10th in league scoring with 46 points in 27 games. Now in his third CSSHL season, the Shawnigan Lake, BC forward has 142 points in 95 career CSSHL games.

Female Prep: Morgan Jackson – Shawnigan Lake School

Jackson tallied 7 goals and 10 assists in 4 games in January, bringing her season total to 51 points in 16 games, second most in the Female Prep division. In 42 career CSSHL games the Courtney, BC forward has 109 points. Committed to Northeastern University for the 2024/25 NCAA season, Jackson has represented Team Canada U18 twice, winning gold in 2023 and bronze in 2024.

Eastern U18: Gabriel Le Houillier – Bishop’s College School

With 5 goals and 7 assists in just 2 games, Le Houillier and Bishop’s burst onto the scene in January, having not played and CSSHL games in 2023. The Lorraine, QC forward currently sits with 8 goals and 11 assists in 5 games. His 3.80 points-per-game is best among all Eastern U18 Prep skaters.