Jack Silverberg named to the 2022 Inter Pipeline All Academic Team North Division

The Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) is proud to announce the 2022 Inter Pipeline AJHL All-Academic Team.   The 16 players selected each demonstrate qualities of an exceptional student-athlete working to further their athletic and academic pursuit.

“Inter Pipeline is proud of our long-standing relationship with the AJHL and its support of young athletes aspiring towards excellence in all aspects of their lives,” says Anita Dusevic-Oliva, Senior Vice President, Corporate Services at Inter Pipeline. “This scholarship program and its support of young Albertan athletes continuing their education through hockey aligns with Inter Pipeline’s commitment to the communities where we live, work and operate.”

The 2022 Inter Pipeline AJHL All-Academic Team recognizes players regarded as having commendable dedication to their studies at either the high school or post-secondary level, along with a grade score reflective of their academic success.

2022 Inter Pipeline AJHL All-Academic Team

Blackfalds Bulldogs – Lucas Massie
Bonnyville Pontiacs – Alex Power
Brooks Bandits – Heath Armstrong
Calgary Canucks – Riley Hearn
Camrose Kodiaks – Griffen Fraser
Canmore Eagles – Emanuel Hudson
Drayton Valley Thunder – Jack Silverberg
Drumheller Dragons – Will Christian
Fort McMurray Oil Barons – Brendan Wang
Grande Prairie Storm – Wesley Golden
Lloydminster Bobcats – Matthew Swanson
Okotoks Oilers – Tucker McRae
Olds Grizzlys – Parker Scherr
Sherwood Park Crusaders – Jaron Desnoyers
Spruce Grove Saints – Nikola Jovanovic
Whitecourt Wolverines – Tyler Mahan
As part of a long-standing partnership with the AJHL, Inter Pipeline also offers a scholarship program to provide one current or former AJHL Athlete with a $1,500 scholarship towards their post-secondary education. The scholarship is awarded to the player deemed most deserving among the applicants (one per AJHL team) based on their proven qualities in the areas of leadership, sportsmanship, dedication and citizenship.

The Alberta Junior Hockey League continues to be a premier developmental League for student-athletes striving to capitalize on their athletic and academic abilities with over 400 AJHL alumni compete on College and University teams across North America each season.