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Watch Now: NAHL Plays of the Week, Mar. 20-26

This week the goalies chime in as we see some incredible sprawling saves, as well as, some serious snipes including another candidate for goal of the year.    read more

NAHL announces Bauer Divisional Stars of the Week

Honors this week go to Bismarck goalie Severi Isokangas, Johnstown forward Donovan Ott, Springfield goalie Jordan Greenfield-Flemon and Amarillo forward George Mika.    read more

Watch: NAHL Now Alumni Series with Jacob Hetz

The NAHL Now Alumni Series sits down with former Fairbanks Ice Dogs, NAPHL and current Ferris State forward Jacob Hetz.    read more

Saturday Scores: Minot, Aston claim division titles with wins

The Minot Minotauros won the Central Division with a 3-2 win in Brookings, while Aston claimed their second straight East title with a sweep of Northeast.    read more

Friday Finals: Ice Dogs roll to 5th straight win

A big night from Hunter Wendt gave the Fairbanks Ice Dogs their 5th straight win as the continue to move towards a playoff berth.    read more
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Nick Cardelli

Nick Cardelli Brookings Blizzard

Brookings Blizzard forward Nick Cardelli, 19, had a memorable month of February as the Blizzard stayed in the thick of the Central Division playoff race. The native of Wood Dale, Illinois, played in nine games during the month and totaled 14 points (6 goals, 8 assists) to go along with a +6 rating. Cardelli (5’10/175) had five multi-point games during the month of February. He was also named to the Central Division team for the 2017 NAHL Top Prospects Tournament, where he recorded an assist in two games. For the season, Cardelli is tied for 2nd in team scoring with 43 points in 46 games played. “Nick has played well all year, but last month he took his game to a new level with compete and scoring. I think that his play with his line mates Brandon Kruse and Brenden Stanko had been he difference,” said Blizzard head coach Dan Daikawa.

“Being in the battle we are involved in the Central Division for one of the top four playoff spots has really made our team focus each and every game. I really have to credit my linemates, who have all been very good,” said Cardelli. “I think we have the talent on this team to make a run for the Robertson Cup. If we make the playoffs, I think we can be a dangerous team. After that, I would love to get an NCAA Division I scholarship and play college hockey,” said Cardelli.

Runner-Up: Nick Bruce, Johnstown Tomahawks

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Alex Adams, Minot Minotauros - Carson Dimoff, Aberdeen Wings - Hampus Eriksson, Fairbanks Ice Dogs - Steven Ipri, Amarillo Bulls - Matt Long, Springfield Jr. Blues – Brad Power, Corpus Christi IceRays - Nick Rosa, Wichita Falls Wildcats - Caleb Schroer, Coulee Region Chill - Jensen Zerban, Aston Rebels

Matt Doran

Matt Doran Coulee Region Chill

Third-year NAHL and Coulee Region defenseman Matt Doran, 19, had the best month of his regular season in February as he kept the Chill within shouting distance of a playoff spot in the Midwest Division. The 6’1/190 lbs. native of Chesterfield, Minnesota, was 2nd in team scoring during the month with eight points (3 goals, 5 assists) and a +4 rating in just seven games played. Doran, who is an NAPHL alum having played for the Omaha AAA 16U team during the 2013-14 season, had two multi-point games and enters the month of March riding a five-game point streak. In 41 games played this season, Doran has 21 points. “Matt has a lot of experience at this level and we are excited about the breakout month he had in February.  Matt provided the veteran presence we needed to get us headed in the right direction after January.  He has brought some offense on the power play and a physical presence in our own end.  We look forward to Matts continued production down the stretch in a tough Midwest playoff race,” said Chill head coach Ryan Egan.

“I think we have been playing a lot better as a team lately. We are in a battle for the playoffs, so there isn’t a lot of room for error. It allows me to have more confident and not be afraid to step up and create some offense,” said Doran. “We want to finish the season on a high note and make a good playoff run. Beyond that, I would like to play NCAA Division I hockey, get a degree and hopefully move onto play professional hockey,” said Doran.

Runner-Up: Marc Sullivan, Fairbanks Ice Dogs

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Marcus Chorney, Amarillo Bulls - Jacob Dittel, Minot Minotauros – Cody Fleckenstein, Corpus Christi IceRays - Jordan Muzzillo, Springfield Jr. Blues - Tyler Vold, Minnesota Wilderness - Jonathan Waring, Wichita Falls Wildcats


Austin Park

Austin Park Minot Minotauros

Minot Minotauros goalie Austin Park, 18, did himself one better in the month of February.  As the runner-up for the Goaltender of the Month award in January, the native of Highlands Ranch, Colorado, took his game to the next level in February as the Minotauros widened their lead in the Central Division. Park (5’11/174) appeared in five games and played a total of 308 minutes during the month. He posted a 1.36 goals against average and stopped 148 of a possible 155 shots, which was good for a 95.5% save percentage in February. Park posted a 4-1-0 record in the month, which included back-to-back shutouts on February 11th and 17th.  “Austin has really come into his own the last couple of months.  He gives a chance to win in each of his starts, and that's all you can ask for in a goalie.  It wasn't easy for him as we had three quality goalies in camp, but he worked his tail off everyday and responded when he received a chance.  It's a great story and you root for kids like that.  He plays with confidence and competes, and our group believes in him,” said Minot head coach Marty Murray.

Park said that one of the major reasons for the improvements in his game was due to the success of the team in front of him. “I think getting more comfortable with the pace and gaining more confidence has been huge. It doesn’t happen without my teammates. They are all responsible defensively and that makes us very solid in our own zone, which makes my job a lot easier,” said Park. “I want to play at the highest level I can, but mainly would like to go to an NCAA Division I school to play hockey and get a great education.”

Runner-Up: Erik Gordon, Fairbanks Ice Dogs

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Brad Arvanitis, Coulee Region Chill - Nikita Babintsev, Amarillo Bulls – Cam Burggrabe, Corpus Christi IceRays - Jordan Greenfield-Flemon, Springfield Jr. Blues - Jack Leavy, Aston Rebels - George McBey, Wichita Falls Wildcats - Trevor Micucci, Minnesota Wilderness - Forbes Ploszaj, Aberdeen Wings - Vinnie Purpura, Johnstown Tomahawks

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Central Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
y - Minot Minotauros 56 36 16 4 0 76
x - MN Wilderness 56 30 20 4 2 66
Aberdeen Wings 56 28 23 3 2 61
Brookings Blizzard 56 27 24 4 1 59
Bismarck Bobcats 56 27 27 1 1 56
Austin Bruins 56 21 27 3 5 50
East Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
y - Aston Rebels 55 43 9 2 1 89
x - Johnstown Tomahawks 55 37 14 3 1 78
x - New Jersey Titans 55 33 19 1 2 69
x - Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights 57 27 25 1 4 59
Northeast Generals 56 3 50 3 0 9
Midwest Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
y - Janesville Jets 53 38 11 0 4 80
MN Magicians 56 29 21 3 3 64
Fairbanks Ice Dogs 57 30 24 2 1 63
Coulee Region Chill 54 28 24 2 0 58
Springfield Jr. Blues 55 25 26 3 1 54
Kenai River Brown Bears 57 12 43 2 0 26
South Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
y - Lone Star Brahmas 59 43 14 2 0 88
x - Shreveport Mudbugs 55 34 16 2 3 73
x - Corpus Christi IceRays 55 29 17 4 5 67
x - Wichita Falls Wildcats 55 29 20 4 2 64
Odessa Jackalopes 55 22 25 6 2 52
Amarillo Bulls 56 19 27 8 2 48
Topeka RoadRunners 55 18 32 4 1 41
March 25, 2017
MN Magicians 1 Springfield 4
Aston 9 Northeast 1
New Jersey 4 Johnstown 5
Minot 3 Brookings 2
Shreveport 5 Wichita Falls 4
Bismarck 4 MN Wilderness 1
Odessa 4 Amarillo SO
Coulee Region 6 Austin OT
Topeka 1 Fairbanks 2
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 2 Kenai River SO
March 28, 2017
Janesville at Springfield 7:05 PM
March 30, 2017
Johnstown at Northeast 7:00 PM
Janesville at Coulee Region 7:00 PM
Kenai River at Fairbanks 7:00 PM
Wichita Falls at Odessa 7:05 PM
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