CALGARY, AB. – The Western Hockey League announced today that forward Adam Lowry, of the Swift Current Broncos, has been named the HUSKY WHL Player of the Month for December.

The 19 year-old forward collected 21 points through the month of December finding the net 13 times and accumulating eight assists to go along with a +7 rating.  Lowry picked up multiple points in five games, three games where he gathered three or more points and two three goal performances.  He holds the longest goal scoring streak in the WHL thus far this season at eight games (Dec. 5 – 28), scoring 13 goals in that span, and is currently on the third longest point streak at 15 games (Nov. 27 – present), gathering 27 points in that span.  Lowry efforts also earned him a Three Star selection seven times, with three being 1st Stars. 

Lowry currently sits seventh among all WHL scorers with 53 points (25 goals, 28 assists) in 41 games played.  The Swift Current Broncos finished December with a 6-6-0-0 record, which included a five game road trip through the B.C. Division, and currently sit 7th in the WHL Eastern Conference with a 17-19-3-2 overall record for 39 points.

From Calgary, AB, Lowry is in his fourth full season with the Swift Current Broncos.  The Broncos selected Lowry in the 4th round in the 2008 WHL Draft and was a 3rd round – 67th overall pick in the 2011 NHL Draft by the Winnipeg Jets.

His accomplishments make Adam Lowry a deserving choice as the HUSKY WHL Player of the Month for December. 

HUSKY – proud sponsor of the WHL Education Program and the Canada West WHL Graduate of the Month.

2012-13 HUSKY WHL Player of the Month
December:  Adam Lowry, Swift Current Broncos
November:  Brendan Leipsic, Portland Winterhawks
September/October:  JC Lipon, Kamloops Blazers

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