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Nolan Gagnon

Nolan Gagnon Amarillo Wranglers

Bauer Hockey NAHL Defenseman of the Month: Nolan Gagnon, Amarillo Wranglers

Amarillo defenseman Nolan Gagnon had a great month of January after appearing in 8 games. The native of Metcalfe, ON, CAN combined for 13 points during the month, where he scored 4 goals and 9 assists while  maintaining a +9 rating. Gagnon, 20, was a major contributing factor on special teams, adding a power-play goal and 7 power-play assists. The University of Alaska-Anchorage commit  is the fifth top scoring defenseman in the NAHL this season with 31 points. "Nolan had a fantastic month of January,” Head Coach Ryan Anderson said. “He was able to earn his commitment to Alaska Anchorage and now this honor is icing on the cake and well deserved. His hard work and dedication to do things the right way was rewarded on the ice,” Anderson continued. “He was able to produce for our team offensively due to his skating and hockey sense. He scored big time goals and ran the Power Play that was a difference maker for our team this month."

“The boys played really well,” Nolan Gagnon said. “This would not have been possible without the guys in front of me. I am very appreciative of this award and want to thank the Wranglers organization and the fan base for all of their support.” 

Runner-Up: Connor Brown, Janesville Jets

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Erick Comstock, Wisconsin Windigo – Dillon Kuntz, New Mexico Ice Wolves – Kyle Miller, St. Cloud Norsemen – Scott Miner, Chippewa Steel – Will Murphy, Shreveport Mudbugs – Ian Norkevicus, Fairbanks Ice Dogs – Matthew Rafalski, Bismarck Bobcats – Dylan Shane, Johnstown Tomahawks – Weston Turner, Aberdeen Wings – Max Vig, Oklahoma Warriors – John Wojciechoski, Odessa Jackalopes – Noah Ziskie, Danbury Hat Tricks 

Daniel Duris

Daniel Duris Oklahoma Warriors

True Hockey NAHL Goaltender of the Month: Daniel Duris, Oklahoma Warriors

Warriors netminder Daniel Duris stood tall between the pipes over six games during the month of January. Duris, 20, a native of Martin, SVK played 359 minutes of action and posted a 5-1 record, allowing 10 goals on 178 shots during the month. That was good for a 1.67 goals against average and a .940 save percentage. The 2023 Robertson Cup Champion goaltender has played in 29 games this season where he holds a record of 15-12-2-0 with a 2.40 GAA and a .921 SV%. “Daniel has been fantastic for us all season long,” Head Coach Garrett Roth said. “This past month was an important stretch for us to win games and Daniel led the way with an exceptional month. He has achieved a lot during his time with us and we couldn't be happier for him to be recognized for this award and get his much deserved commitment to Long Island University,” Roth added. “Daniel has continued to prove that he is an elite goaltender in this league and a driving force to our success.”

“I am really happy for the recognition, but It’s the result of the whole team,” Daniel Duris said. “We had a really good month and the guys played unreal in front of me. We have been playing much better since the new year and the atmosphere in the whole team has been really good. I believe that it will continue like this.”

Runner-Up: Max Beckford, Wisconsin Windigo 

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Matthew Alberti, Janesville Jets – Maksim Bely, Odessa Jackalopes – Adam Dybal, Aberdeen Wings – Jackson Fuller, New Mexico Ice Wolves – Lukas Fursten, Danbury Hat Tricks – Klayton Knapp, Bismarck Bobcats – Jakub Krebecek, Philadelphia Rebels – Tyler Krivtsov, Fairbanks Ice Dogs – Owen Lepak, Maryland Black Bears – Connor McDonough, Amarillo Wranglers – Jacob Osborne, Johnstown Tomahawks – Carter Richardson, Maine Nordiques – Eliot Seguin-Lescarbeau, Shreveport Mudbugs – Max Weilandt, St. Cloud Norsemen 

Max Martin

Max Martin Wisconsin Windigo

Bauer Hockey NAHL Forward of the Month: Max Martin, Wisconsin Windigo

Wisconsin forward Max Martin was red-hot during the month of January in the 9 games he played in. Martin, 20, a native of Tawas, MI, was a huge piece in the Windigo’s January success as the team went 8-1 in the month. Martin scored an outstanding 12 goals and handed out 7 assists for 19 points on the month. The Bowling Green State University commit leads the Windigo, and the entire NAHL in scoring with 70 points. “Max’s consistency this season has been impressive and he demonstrated it again with another great month of January,” Head Coach Blake Hietala said. “His work ethic and compete drive his game and his teammates feed off of it. I’m looking forward to seeing how he finishes off the great season he’s having.”

Runner-Up: Hadley Hudak, Springfield Jr. Blues

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Ryan Burke, Shreveport Mudbugs – Reece Cordray, Fairbanks Ice Dogs – Tommy Cronin, Bismarck Bobcats – Grant Dietz, Danbury Hat Tricks – Jack Ivey, Amarillo Wranglers – Luke Janus, Maryland Black Bears – Micheal Kadleck, Odessa Jackalopes – Olivier Lamonthe, New Mexico Ice Wolves – Hagen Moe, St. Cloud Norsemen – Charles Panchisin, Philadelphia Rebels – Peyton Platter, Chippewa Steel – Justin Rapp, Johnstown Tomahawks – Nick Sajevic, Janesville Jets – Austin Salani, Austin Bruins – Jack Seaverson, North Iowa Bulls – Drew Sutton, Oklahoma Warriors – Charles Tardif, Maine Nordiques – Nikolai Tishkevich, Aberdeen Wings 

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Central Division GP W L OTL SOL PTS
Minot Minotauros 45 33 11 1 0 67
Bismarck Bobcats 44 29 12 1 2 61
Aberdeen Wings 46 24 17 2 3 53
Austin Bruins 44 23 18 2 1 49
St. Cloud Norsemen 45 19 15 4 7 49
North Iowa Bulls 44 9 33 0 2 20
East Division GP W L OTL SOL PTS
Maryland Black Bears 45 31 9 2 3 67
Maine Nordiques 45 30 10 1 4 65
Rochester Jr Americans 45 26 14 0 5 57
Johnstown Tomahawks 44 26 16 1 1 54
New Jersey Titans 44 22 19 3 0 47
Northeast Generals 45 22 21 1 1 46
Philadelphia Rebels 45 19 25 0 1 39
New Hampshire Mountain Kings 48 17 26 5 0 39
Danbury Hat Tricks 47 13 26 6 2 34
Midwest Division GP W L OTL SOL PTS
Wisconsin Windigo 46 30 10 3 3 66
Janesville Jets 44 27 14 2 1 57
Anchorage Wolverines 42 25 13 2 2 54
Minnesota Wilderness 46 25 17 2 2 54
Chippewa Steel 46 22 19 3 2 49
Fairbanks Ice Dogs 44 15 23 1 5 36
Springfield Jr. Blues 43 15 22 5 1 36
Kenai River Brown Bears 45 12 29 4 0 28
South Division GP W L OTL SOL PTS
Lone Star Brahmas 50 35 9 3 3 76
Shreveport Mudbugs 46 32 12 0 2 66
El Paso Rhinos 45 28 12 3 2 61
Amarillo Wranglers 47 26 14 5 2 59
New Mexico Ice Wolves 45 22 15 6 2 52
Oklahoma Warriors 45 23 17 3 2 51
Odessa Jackalopes 47 18 23 4 2 42
Corpus Christi IceRays 46 15 27 1 3 34
Colorado Grit 41 9 27 3 2 23