NAHL announces Bauer Hockey Stars of the Week

Honors this week go to Josh Giuliani (Austin), Jake LaRusso (Northeast), Sam Rice (Chippewa), and Tanyon Bajzer (Odessa).    more 

Chippewa goaltender Gajan makes NCAA DI commitment

Chippewa Steel goalie Adam Gajan has committed to play NCAA Division I hockey for the University of Minnesota-Duluth.    more 

Watch: NAHL Weekend Recap, Nov. 28-Dec. 4

We had a lot of overtime and shootout thrillers this past weekend in the NAHL. Let's take a look!    more 

Saturday Scores: Generals close gap in East with sweep

The Northeast Generals got a big weekend from Jake LaRusso as they swept the 1st place Maryland Black Bears.    more 

Friday Finals: Brahmas snap Warriors streak to move ahead in South

Thanks to a close 4-3 win on Friday over Oklahoma, the Lone Star Brahmas regained the lead atop the South Division.    more 


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Gavin Moffatt

Gavin Moffatt Wisconsin Windigo

Wisconsin Windigo goalie Gavin Moffatt, 18, was lights out and nearly perfect in the month of November as his team climbed the standings in the Midwest Division. The 6’0/170 lbs. native of Darien, CT, started a won all four games during the month, allowing just a single goal during the month, stopping 147 of 148 shots in the process, and posted three shutouts. Moffatt was named the Midwest Division Star of the Week in back-to-back weeks and is currently riding a shutout streak of 238+ minutes. For the season, Moffatt has a 5-3-0 record with a 1.73 goals against average and a .948 save percentage. “Gavin was awesome for us this November and was a big part of our good month as a team. He is incredibly calm for a younger goalie, and nothing seems to faze him. He has a great attitude every day, and I look forward to watching him continue to develop and grow,” said Windigo head coach Blake Hietala.

“Our team success this month has come from our trust in each other. The coaches and older players stress this and as the season has gone on, we’ve become closer and closer as a group. Everybody has confidence in their teammates and knows that they can rely on them. This has allowed us to take a big leap as a team this month and find success,” said Moffatt. “My short-term goal is to help the team make playoffs and potentially win the Robertson Cup. My longer-term goals are to play NCAA hockey and hopefully play at a professional level.”

Runner-Up: Ethan Robertson, Austin Bruins

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Patriks Berzins, Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks – Carter Clafton, Amarillo Wranglers - Will Craig, New Mexico Ice Wolves – Mitchell Day, North Iowa Bulls – Daniel Duris, Oklahoma Warriors – William Gramme, Lone Star Brahmas – Toby Hopp, Northeast Generals – Jakub Krbecek, Philadelphia Rebels – Linards Lipskis, Bismarck Bobcats – Bryant Marks, Kenai River Brown Bears – Cole Moore, Aberdeen Wings – Gergely Orosz, Odessa Jackalopes – Alec Rajalin-Scharp, Johnstown Tomahawks

Jack Malinski

Jack Malinski Austin Bruins

Austin Bruins defenseman Jack Malinski, 20, capped off a strong month of November by helping the Bruins widen their lead atop the Central Division. The 5’11/180 lbs. native of Lakeville, MN, led all NAHL defensemen during the month with 10 points (all assists) in eight games played, along with a +10 rating. Malinski recorded at least a point in seven of the eight contests during the month and had three multi-point games. His 16 points is currently tied for 8th among all NAHL defensemen so far this season. “Jack has been great for us in all aspects of the game. He’s a true leader on and off the ice. We are looking forward to Jack continuing to play well and earning that NCAA Division I commitment that he has been working for,” said Bruins head coach Steve Howard.

“We have a great group of guys and we’re all pulling in the same direction. I have a lot of good teammates around me who are playing good hockey which makes it easier for me. Our team does a good job of focusing on the game ahead and not looking at past victories or accomplishments,” said Malinski. “We would like to make a big run at the Robertson Cup. A long term goal would be to play college hockey and hopefully have the opportunity to continue playing after that.”

Runner-Up: Joey Potter, Fairbanks Ice Dogs

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jackson Anderson, Aberdeen Wings – Jack Christen, Odessa Jackalopes – Tommy Delfarno, Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks – Tyler DesRochers, Johnstown Tomahawks – Matt DeSpirit, Northeast Generals – Isaac Deveau, North Iowa Bulls – Dominic Foglia, Philadelphia Rebels – Garrett Horsager, Oklahoma Warriors – Caleb Huffman, Kenai River Brown Bears – Dillon Kuntz, New Mexico Ice Wolves – Cole Mickel, Wisconsin Windigo – Ray Murakami, Lone Star Brahmas – Michael Neumeier, Bismarck Bobcats

Brendan Williams

Brendan Williams Oklahoma Warriors

Oklahoma Warriors forward Brendan Williams, 20, had a big month of November to help his team move into 1st place in the South Division. The 5’9/161 lbs. native of San Juan Capistrano, CA, appeared in nine games during November and recorded 14 points (7 goals, 7 assists) along with a +8 rating. Williams had three game-winning goals during the month and recorded at least a point in eight of the nine contests and had five multi-point games. For the season, Williams is currently 2nd in team scoring with 23 points in just 17 games played. “As a team we had a nice month of November and Brendan led the way offensively for us. His biggest impact offensively is the way he can create time and space for himself with puck protection and his willingness to fight off checks. A lot of his production comes around the net which has been a huge part of our group having success consistently. His positioning and awareness away from the puck in the defensive zone is a big contributing factor to our transition game. We couldn't be happier for Brendan with how hard he has worked and his commitment to our team’s success,” said Warriors head coach Garrett Roth.

“I’d say what made our team able to have such a great month, is how close our team has become on and off the ice. Every game we know we’re battling for the guy sitting right next to us in the locker room, so I think that has kept everyone motivated to leave it all out there every game,” said Williams. “My goals for the remainder of the season are to commit to an NCAA Division 1 hockey program, but more importantly to win the Robertson Cup.”

Runner-Up: Cameron Ricotta, Fairbanks Ice Dogs

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Yusako Ando, New Mexico Ice Wolves – Chase Davis, Amarillo Wranglers – Logan Dombrowsky, North Iowa Bulls – Anthony Galante, Johnstown Tomahawks – Emerson Goode, Odessa Jackalopes - Nash Jacobsma, Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks – Jake LaRusso, Northeast Generals – Will Laychur, Lone Star Brahmas – Luke Levandowski, Wisconsin Windigo – Gavin Morrissey, Austin Bruins – Patrick O’Connell, Aberdeen Wings – Adam Pietila, Bismarck Bobcats – Connor Sedlak, Philadelphia Rebels – Martin Ulvebne, Corpus Christi IceRays

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Central Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
Austin Bruins 24 17 3 1 3 38
Minot Minotauros 25 13 10 1 1 28
North Iowa Bulls 26 13 11 2 0 28
Aberdeen Wings 23 12 8 1 2 27
Bismarck Bobcats 25 10 12 2 1 23
St. Cloud Norsemen 23 9 12 1 1 20
East Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
Maryland Black Bears 28 20 6 2 0 42
Northeast Generals 26 14 9 3 0 31
New Jersey Titans 26 14 11 1 0 29
Maine Nordiques 21 12 8 1 0 25
Johnstown Tomahawks 23 10 10 3 0 23
Philadelphia Rebels 25 9 15 0 1 19
Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks 27 2 22 1 2 7
Midwest Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
MN Wilderness 26 16 8 1 1 34
Fairbanks Ice Dogs 29 15 11 3 0 33
Chippewa Steel 27 15 10 1 1 32
Kenai River Brown Bears 27 15 11 1 0 31
Janesville Jets 26 12 8 2 4 30
Anchorage Wolverines 26 11 10 4 1 27
Wisconsin Windigo 25 12 12 1 0 25
Springfield Jr. Blues 24 11 13 0 0 22
South Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
Lone Star Brahmas 22 18 2 1 1 38
Oklahoma Warriors 22 17 4 0 1 35
New Mexico Ice Wolves 22 13 7 1 1 28
Shreveport Mudbugs 24 11 9 2 2 26
Amarillo Wranglers 22 11 9 1 1 24
Odessa Jackalopes 22 9 12 0 1 19
El Paso Rhinos 22 9 13 0 0 18
Corpus Christi IceRays 24 6 14 4 0 16
December 2, 2022
Maryland 2 Northeast 4
Minot 3 Austin 5
El Paso 5 Corpus Christi OT
North Iowa 1 Springfield OT
New Mexico 0 Shreveport 3
St. Cloud 1 MN Wilderness 0
Aberdeen 1 Bismarck 6
Amarillo 3 Odessa OT
Maine 4 New Jersey OT
Fairbanks 3 Chippewa 6
Oklahoma 3 Lone Star 4
Anchorage 3 Kenai River 2
Danbury 2 Philadelphia 4
December 3, 2022
North Iowa 4 Springfield 1
Maine 6 New Jersey OT
Maryland 3 Northeast OT
MN Wilderness 4 St. Cloud 1
Minot 1 Austin 5
New Mexico 3 Shreveport OT
Aberdeen 3 Bismarck 1
Amarillo 2 Odessa 5
Danbury 3 Philadelphia SO
Fairbanks 3 Chippewa 4
Oklahoma 0 Lone Star 4
Anchorage 5 Kenai River 2
December 6, 2022
Danbury at New Jersey 7:00 PM
December 8, 2022
Oklahoma at New Mexico 6:30 PM
Maine at Johnstown 7:00 PM
Lone Star at Odessa 7:15 PM
December 9, 2022
Oklahoma at New Mexico 6:30 PM
MN Wilderness at Chippewa 7:00 PM
Minot at St. Cloud 7:00 PM
Springfield at Wisconsin 7:00 PM
Lone Star at El Paso 7:00 PM
Kenai River at Anchorage 7:00 PM
Austin at Aberdeen 7:15 PM
Shreveport at Amarillo 7:15 PM
Corpus Christi at Odessa 7:15 PM
Maine at Johnstown 7:30 PM
Philadelphia at Maryland 7:30 PM
Northeast at New Jersey 7:30 PM