December 6, 2023, Mississauga, Ontario – The Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL) announced today that Patrick Saini of the Haliburton County Huskies (Photo by Shawn Muir / OJHL Images) has been named the Warrior East Conference Player-of-the-Month for November after he led the entire 24-team league with 22 points in 10 games.

The captain of the Huskies scored nine times and assisted on 13 goals in November. Saini had four-point games against Markham (Nov. 11) and Aurora (Nov. 25) – including a hat trick against the Tigers.

Saini is in his fifth season with the franchise, after signing with the then Whitby Fury in 2019. The 20-year-old is tied for seventh in scoring in the OJHL this season with 21 goals and 24 assists during 30 games. He has three game-winning goals and one scored while shorthanded.

The Toronto product is projected to end the season with 84 points, 18 more than he had last year, which was his previous best in the OJHL. 

Patrick will be presented with an OJHL watch from Baron Championship Rings at a Huskies home game.


Barret Joynt of the Trenton Golden Hawks was runner-up to Saini as the East Conference Player-of-the-Month. The 20-year-old Kingston native scored 10 goals and had five assists in eight games. Joynt played four seasons with Wellington of the OJHL before being acquired by Trenton this season. He has 20 goals – including four game-winners – and 26 assists so far and is on track for an 89-point season.


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About the OJHL – “League of Choice”

The Ontario Junior Hockey League is the largest Junior ‘A’ league operating under the auspices of the Canadian Junior Hockey League with 24 member clubs. A proud member of the CJHL and Ontario Hockey Association, the OJHL was originally named the Ontario Provincial Junior ‘A’ Hockey League and it was formed out of the Central Junior ‘B’ Hockey League in 1993-94. With a long and storied history of developing players for the next level, including U SPORTS, the NCAA, CHL, minor pro ranks and the NHL, the OJHL has more than 40 NCAA Division 1 commitments already this season.

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