Forward: Deven Ralph, New Jersey Rockets.
Say it with us, folks - 15 games, 16 goals, 21 assists, 37 points. That gives Ralph 2.47 points per game so far, not to mention three game-winners for the Rockets.
The top line for that New Jersey team also includes Carson Wahlers, who also had 37 points, and Nicholas Jinks with 26. Any one of those guys could be here, but registering better than a goal per game through the end of October certain gave Ralph the edge over his fellow Rockets.
Ralph (‘99/Red Bank, N.J.) could be on his way to a second straight 100-point season in the USPHL Elite.
Honorable Mentions: Matt Irwin, Northern Cyclones; James Fusaro, New Jersey Hitmen.
Defense: Owen Haas, New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs.
This might be the last time you see Haas with this honor, as he earned certainly a bigger honor - a call-up from the Elite Monarchs to their Premier team.
After 10 games, Haas had seven goals (two on the power play) and three assists for 10 points. He did this while also helping the Monarchs to become the second best defensive team in the league up to Nov. 1, giving up just 24 goals in their first 11 games en route to an 11-0 start to the season.
Honorable Mentions: Daniel Chwab, New York Aviators, Rocco Maniaci, New Jersey Hitmen.
Goal: Ryan Selman, New Jersey Hitmen.
After his first six games in net, Selman had given up just six goals in 305 minutes. He entered November undefeated at 6-0, and held a league-leading 1.18 goals against average and a .938 save percentage to go with it.
It’s no surprise the Hitmen led the league in defense, since the save percentage between both Selman and creasemate Logan Beattie were identical at .938.
Honorable Mentions: Logan Beattie, New Jersey Hitmen; Paul Coats, New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs.