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NAHL Alumni Update

It was another big week for NAHL alumni, particularly in the NCAA Division I ranks, as six different players were honored by their respective conferences.    read more

Watch Now: NAHL Top 10 Plays of the Week, Oct. 17-23

This may be the best week yet for some jaw-dropping goals and sprawling saves that makes the NAHL one of the best junior leagues in North America!    read more

Future Prospects Tournament Champions crowned from October event

The Alaska Oilers (14U), MNEPDL Northwest (16U) and Gopher State Gold (18U) won the first NAHL Future Prospects Tournament event of the year in Blaine, MN.    read more

NAHL announces Bauer Divisional Stars of the Week

Honors this week go to Bismarck goalie Will Ulrich, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton forward Matt Kidney, Fairbanks forward Daniel Haider and Shreveport forward Eriks Zohovs.    read more

Sunday Wrap-Up: Mudbugs complete three-win weekend

The Shreveport Mudbugs won their third game of another successful weekend at home.    read more
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Matt LaddColorado College
Croix EvingsonUniversity of Massachusetts-Lowell
Brandon BussiSt. Lawrence University
Brandon KruseBowling Green State University
Joe CampolietoUnion College
Joey StradaArizona State University
Gage MackieArizona State University
Paul CotterWestern Michigan University
DJ PetruzzelliQuinnipiac University
Todd GoehringSacred Heart University

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Will Ulrich Will Ulrich Bismarck Bobcats


Matt Kidney Matt Kidney Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights


Daniel Haider Daniel Haider Fairbanks Ice Dogs


Eriks Zohovs Eriks Zohovs Shreveport Mudbugs

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George Mika

George Mika Amarillo Bulls

Amarillo Bulls veteran forward George Mika, 19, had a great month of September, finishing 2nd in scoring with 13 points, which was only one point behind teammate Kosta Likourezos. The native of Naples, Florida, finished with 5 goals and 8 assists and a +4 rating in 8 games during the month. Mika (5’11/181) had a five-game point streak during the month, which included 7 points at the NAHL Showcase as the Bulls went 3-0-1 at the event. 2016-17 marks his third year playing in the NAHL. In 83 career NAHL games, he has recorded 60 points. “Obviously, his point totals have contributed greatly to our success, but the bigger picture for George is the all-around player he has become. He plays at both ends of the ice, he plays on special teams, he is our best face-off man and he provides us with the leadership we need to be successful,” said Bulls head coach Matt Nicholson.

Runner-Up: Parker Mismash, Bismarck Bobcats

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Andrew Bellant, Aston Rebels – Ryan Burnett, Wichita Falls Wildcats – Kevin Dineen, Coulee Region Chill – Jack Gates, Janesville Jets - Andrew Hart, Topeka RoadRunners – Dalton Hunter, Johnstown Tomahawks – Austin Kamer, Lone Star Brahmas – Ryan Kero, Fairbanks Ice Dogs – Matt Kidney, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights – Matt Long, Springfield Jr. Blues – Frankie Melton, Shreveport Mudbugs – Jack Murphy, Minot Minotauros – Brad Power, Corpus Christi IceRays – Brendan Skarda, Minnesota Magicians

Croix Evingson

Croix Evingson Shreveport Mudbugs

September saw the debut of the Shreveport Mudbugs into the NAHL, which included the great play of defenseman Croix Evingson. The 6’5/210 lbs. native of Anchorage, Alaska, made an immediate impact for the Mudbugs, who posted a 3-2-1 record in their first six games of the season. The 19-year-old had 8 points in just six games during the month, which also included a +8 rating. Evingson also posted two three-point games during the month and had one goal and seven assists. “Croix is a legitimate NCAA Division I prospect. He has been a very solid player for us and we were excited to get him in the NAHL Draft this summer. We rely heavily on him in all situations and his combination of size and puck-moving ability makes him a great all-around defenseman,” said Shreveport head coach Karlis Zirnis.

Runner-Up: Jordan Fralich, Bismarck Bobcats

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Joseph Camplieto, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights – Matt Denman, Minnesota Magicians – Jake Dittel, Minot Minotauros - Seamus Donohue, Wichita Falls Wildcats – Matt Doran, Coulee Region – Cody Fleckenstein, Corpus Christi IceRays – Zak Galambos, Johnstown Tomahawks – Simon Loof, Lone Star Brahmas – Adam Roeder, Janesville Jets – Jake Rosenbaum, Topeka RoadRunners – Keenan Sabatini, Springfield Jr. Blues – Jeff Solow, Amarillo Bulls

Luke Kania

Luke Kania Minnesota Wilderness

Veteran goalie Luke Kania, 20, made an immediate impact for the Wilderness in his first action of the season, which came at the NAHL Showcase. The native of Chicago, Illinois, picked up right where he left off in last year’s Robertson Cup by putting up some incredible numbers in the month of September. Kania (6’2/190) posted a 3-1-0 record and allowed just five goals in four games. He faced a total of 138 shots and made 133 saves, which was good for a 96.2% save percentage and a 1.26 goals against average in September. The Brown University recruit also had one shutout in a 3-0 road win in Springfield on September 30th. “Luke gives us a chance to win every night. He carries himself like a true professional and has taken on a leadership role this year and earned a lot of respect from his teammates.  He is a player that we have great confidence in and is an elite goaltender at this level,” said Wilderness head coach Tim Madsen.

Runner-Up: Mareks Mitens, Aston Rebels

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Nikita Babintsev, Amarillo Bulls – CJ Boothe, Fairbanks Ice Dogs – Evan Fear, Springfield Jr. Blues – Daniil Gerasimov, Minnesota Magicians – Eric Gordon, Lone Star Brahmas - Colt Hanks, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights – Jonny Hogue, Odessa Jackalopes – Drew Hotte, Johnstown Tomahawks – Lucas Murray, Minot Minotauros – John Roberts, Shreveport Mudbugs – Mike Rockwell, Topeka RoadRunners – Derek Schaedig, Janesville Jets – Will Ulrich, Bismarck Bobcats – Tomas Vomacka, Corpus Christi IceRays

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October 23, 2016
New Jersey 3WBS Knights 6  
Topeka 1Shreveport 4  
October 27, 2016
Shreveport at Corpus Christi10:00 AM
WBS Knights at Northeast1:00 PM
Lone Star at Odessa7:05 PM
October 28, 2016
WBS Knights at Northeast1:00 PM
Fairbanks at Coulee Region7:00 PM
Johnstown at Aston7:00 PM
Janesville at Springfield7:05 PM
Lone Star at Odessa7:05 PM
Shreveport at Corpus Christi7:05 PM
MN Wilderness at Brookings7:05 PM
Minot at Austin7:05 PM
Wichita Falls at Amarillo7:05 PM
Kenai River at MN Magicians7:15 PM
Bismarck at Aberdeen7:15 PM
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