Adrian Holesinsky Janesville Jets
Janesville Jets forward Adrian Holesinsky, 20, stood out among his NAHL peers in November, leading all players in scoring with 17 points (3 goals, 14 assists) in nine games played as the Jets maintained their lead in the Midwest Division with a 7-1-1 record. The native of Cadca, Slovakia, recorded at least a point in eight of the nine games and had six multi-point games along with a +5 rating. For the season, Holesinsky (6’0/180) is tied for the NAHL scoring lead with 30 points and is also tied for the league lead in assists with 22. “Adrian was a big part to our success over this past month. He made big plays for us all month and scored big goals in key situations. He makes everyone around him better everyday. He is an elite player with an elite skill set and a high hockey IQ which is why he is a NCAA Division I prospect,” said Jets head coach Joe Dibble.
“I think the team really came together in November. The feeling here is one of family and everyone feeds off of one another,” said Holesinsky. “I think the goal for me the rest of the season is to hopefully earn an NCAA Division I scholarship and help my team win a Robertson Cup Championship.”
Runner-Up: Luke Radetic, Kenai River Brown Bears
Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Khristian Acosta, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights – Colin Bilek, Northeast Generals – Gianluca Esteves, Aston Rebels – Kevin Fitzgerald, Aberdeen Wings - Tobias Fladeby, Bismarck Bobcats – Will Hammer, Minnesota Magicians – Max Harper, Topeka RoadRunners – Travis Kothenbeutel, Austin Bruins – Mason Krueger, Corpus Christi IceRays – Matt Long, Springfield Jr. Blues – Tim Nicksic, Minnesota Wilderness – Charlie Singerhouse, Amarillo Bulls – Joe Sofo, Coulee Region Chill – Reid Stefanson, Minot Minotauros