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NAHL Weekend Preview

October 18, 2019
It is a full schedule this weekend in the NAHL with 12 games on Friday and 12 games on Saturday as the division races continue to heat up.
 
The NAHL had more NCAA Division 1 commitments this week as players continue to develop and showcase their skills.
 
The big news this past week was the NAHL officially announcing their 27th team as Wichita Falls, Texas will be the eighth team in the South Division starting in the 2020-21 season.
 
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In the Central Division this weekend, the Austin Bruins will try and slow down the Bismarck Bobcats, who have won five straight games. The 1st place Minnesota Wilderness are 7-3 in their last 10 games and look to continue their momentum with a home series against the Aberdeen Wings. The final series has the Minot Mintauros trying to snap a small two-game skid as the host the St. Cloud Blizzard.
 
In the East Division, the red-hot and 1st place New Jersey Titans will look to extend their winning streak as they host the Maine Nordiques. 2nd place is up for grabs in the series between the Johnstown Tomahawks and WBS Knights, as the two clubs are separated by a single point for 2nd place in the East. The final series is a big one for both Maryland and Jamestown, as both teams need points to start climbing out of the bottom of the standings. The Northeast Generals are idle.
 
In the Midwest, the 1st place Chippewa Steel are idle, so the rest of the teams look to gain ground as the 2nd place Kenai River Brown Bears will host the Minnesota Magicians. The Fairbanks Ice Dogs are 5-0-1 in their last six games and look to continue their winning ways as they host the Janesville Jets. The final series is an out-of-division match-up as the Springfield Jr. Blues host the Topeka Pilots from the South.
 
In the South Division, the Corpus Christi IceRays, who are tied for the top spot with Topeka, will be in Shreveport for a series against the 4th place Mudbugs. Two teams on the outside looking in of the playoff picture, Odessa and New Mexico, will do battle this weekend in West Texas. The final series sees the continuation of the ‘Battle of the Cattle’ as the Lone Star Brahmas host the Amarillo Bulls, looking to avenge last weekend’s sweep in Amarillo.
 
FRI, OCTOBER 18
Johnstown at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton - 7:00 PM EST
Maryland at Jamestown - 7:05 PM EST
Maine at New Jersey - 7:30 PM EST
Aberdeen at MN Wilderness - 7:05 PM CST
Topeka at Springfield - 7:05 PM CST
Corpus Christi at Shreveport - 7:11 PM CST
Austin at Bismarck - 7:15 PM CST
New Mexico at Odessa - 7:15 PM CST
Amarillo at Lone Star - 7:30 PM CST
St. Cloud at Minot - 7:35 PM CST
Janesville at Fairbanks - 7:30 PM AKST
MN Magicians at Kenai River - 7:30 PM AKST
 
SAT, OCTOBER 19
Johnstown at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton - 3:00 PM EST
Maine at New Jersey - 7:00 PM EST
Maryland at Jamestown - 7:05 PM EST
Topeka at Springfield - 6:05 PM CST
Aberdeen at MN Wilderness - 7:05 PM CST
Corpus Christi at Shreveport - 7:11 PM CST
Austin at Bismarck - 7:15 PM CST
New Mexico at Odessa - 7:15 PM CST
Amarillo at Lone Star - 7:30 PM CST
St. Cloud at Minot - 8:05 PM CST
Janesville at Fairbanks - 7:30 PM AKST
MN Magicians at Kenai River - 7:30 PM AKST
 
 
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