24 teams in 24 days series begins this week
August 19, 2013
The North American Hockey League (NAHL) is pleased to be continuing a series exclusively on nahl.com and the NAHL Twitter and Facebook pages, as starting on Tuesday, August 20th the league will spend 24 straight days highlighting all 24 teams leading up to the first NAHL regular season game on September 13th in a series entitled: ‘24 Teams in 24 Days.’
The 24 in 24 series will feature an in-depth look into all 24 NAHL teams, with a new team being highlighted daily, leading all the way up until the start of the regular season on Friday, September 13th as eight NAHL clubs take to the on Opening Night ice to begin the 2013-14 season.
The remainder NAHL teams open their regular seasons at the 11th annual NAHL Showcase in Blaine, Minnesota beginning Wednesday, September 18th.
24 in 24 will go in-depth into each NAHL team and will include interviews with all 24 NAHL head coaches, including all seven of the new NAHL head coaches, as they provide an outlook and break down their rosters and schedule for the upcoming season.
It will also take a look back on the 2012-13 season and how each team fared and what they accomplished. Best of all, 24 in 24 is here to provide the fans of the NAHL with an insiders look at their favorite team and what to expect.
The NAHL season is less than a month away and the majority of NAHL rosters are complete. 24 in 24 will also provide fans with insight on key returning players and players that will be new to each team’s roster.
The planned schedule of featured teams for the 24 in 24 series will be as follows (teams will be featured in alphabetical order):
Tuesday, August 20: Aberdeen Wings
Wednesday, August 21: Amarillo Bulls
Thursday, August 22: Austin Bruins
Friday, August 23: Bismarck Bobcats
Saturday, August 24: Brookings Blizzard
Sunday, August 25: Corpus Christi IceRays
Monday, August 26: Coulee Region Chill
Tuesday, August 27: Fairbanks Ice Dogs
Wednesday, August 28: Janesville Jets
Thursday, August 29: Johnstown Tomahawks
Friday, August 30: Kenai River Brown Bears
Saturday, August 31: Lone Star Brahmas
Sunday, September 1: Michigan Warriors
Monday, September 2: Minnesota Magicians
Tuesday, September 3: Minnesota Wilderness
Wednesday, September 4: Minot Minotauros
Thursday, September 5: Odessa Jackalopes
Friday, September 6: Port Huron Fighting Falcons
Saturday, September 7: Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees
Sunday, September 8: Soo Eagles
Monday, September 9: Springfield Jr. Blues
Tuesday, September 10: Topeka RoadRunners
Wednesday, September 11: Wenatchee Wild
Thursday, September 12: Wichita Falls Wildcats