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NAHL Weekend Preview

January 29, 2021

As the month of January comes to a close, a busy schedule of 22 games are on the slate for NAHL teams in all four divisions this weekend.

This week got off to an early start with a pair of games on Wednesday as Aberdeen played in their lone game of the week and moved their winning streak to seven straight games with a 3-1 win over Minot. The Minnesota Magicians improved their record to 8-1 and moved into 1st place in the Midwest with a 3-2 win over St. Cloud.

It has been another good week of NCAA Division I commitments for the league as four more players made NCAA Division I commitments, bringing the current season total to 216 players who are committed to playing NCAA Division I hockey in 2020-21.

In the Central Division this week, something has to give in Minot as the Minotauros host the St. Cloud Norsemen with both clubs looking to snap extended losing skids. The Bismarck Bobcats travel East to face Fairbanks from the Midwest Division in Marshall, MN. The Austin Bruins have two games this weekend as they host the Chippewa Steel on Friday and travel to the Minnesota Wilderness on Saturday. The Wilderness also play on Sunday as they host the Magicians.

In the East Division, 1st place is on the line this weekend as the 1st place Maine Nordiques take to the road to face New Jersey, while the 2nd place Johnstown Tomahawks will host the Northeast Generals for three games. Maryland and Danbury are both idle.

In the Midwest, there is just one divisional series as the Janesville Jets look to extend their winning streak by hosting Kenai River for three games Friday through Sunday. All the other action is outside of the division as Fairbanks hosts Bismarck, while Chippewa is in Austin on Friday and the Magicians are in Cloquet on Sunday.

In the South Division, 1st place is once again on the line as the Lone Star Brahmas visit the Shreveport Mudbugs for a pair of games with the two teams sitting at 37 points atop the South Division. The Amarillo Bulls, who have won five straight games, will host the New Mexico Ice Wolves for three games. The final series has the Odessa Jackalopes returning home after an extended roadtrip and looking to snap an eight-game slide as they host Wichita Falls, who has won three in a row.

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FRI, JANUARY 29

Northeast at Johnstown - 7:30 PM EST

Maine at New Jersey - 7:30 PM EST

Kenai River at Janesville - 7:00 PM CST

Chippewa at Austin - 7:05 PM CST

New Mexico at Amarillo - 7:05 PM CST

Lone Star at Shreveport - 7:11 PM CST

Wichita Falls at Odessa - 7:15 PM CST

St. Cloud at Minot - 8:05 PM CST

SAT, JANUARY 30

Northeast at Johnstown - 7:00 PM EST

Maine at New Jersey - 7:00 PM EST

Kenai River at Janesville - 7:00 PM CST

New Mexico at Amarillo - 7:05 PM CST

Lone Star at Shreveport - 7:11 PM CST

Wichita Falls at Odessa - 7:15 PM CST

Bismarck at Fairbanks - 7:30 PM CST

St. Cloud at Minot - 7:35 PM CST

Austin at MN Wilderness - 7:35 PM CST

SUN, JANUARY 31

Northeast at Johnstown - 1:00 PM EST

MN Magicians at MN Wilderness - 1:05 PM CST

Kenai River at Janesville - 3:00 PM CST

New Mexico at Amarillo - 3:05 PM CST

Bismarck at Fairbanks - 5:00 PM CST

 
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