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NAHL February Stars of the Month

February 28, 2024

The North American Hockey League (NAHL) has announced its monthly player awards for the month of February. The Forward of the Month is Tyler Grahme of the Wisconsin Windigo. The Defenseman of the Month is Lukas Klemm of the Johnstown Tomahawks. The Goaltender of the Month is Eliot Seguin-Lescarbeau of the Shreveport Mudbugs. 

Only players who are nominated by their respective teams are considered for the NAHL monthly awards.

Bauer Hockey NAHL Forward of the Month: Tyler Grahme, Wisconsin Windigo

Wisconsin forward Tyler Grahme was on fire during the month of February in the 8 games he played in. Grahme, 19, a native of Bloomington, MN was a major factor in the Windigo’s team success as they went 6-2 in February. Grahme scored an outstanding 9 goals and dished out 5 assists for 14 points on the month. The Dartmouth College commit is the second leading scorer for Wisconsin with 59 points in 48 games played. “Tyler has had a really nice year for us and has been an integral part of our success so far,” Head Coach Blake Hietala said. “He’s taken a huge step offensively this season and is being rewarded on the scoresheet, but the leadership and other areas he excels in, like faceoffs, are so important to our team. I’m glad he’s getting rewarded for another good month.”

“I’m honored to have received the award but I wouldn’t have been able to do it without the help of my teammates,” Tyler Grahme said. “The team this month has been on a roll. WE have a lot of confidence as a team and play with swagger. The focus heading into the playoffs for us is making sure that we dial in our details and consistency.” 

Runner-Up: Massimo Gentile, Rochester Jr. Americans

Honorable Mentions: Taisetsu Ushio, Anchorage Wolverines – Ryan Burke, Shreveport Mudbugs – Michael Kadlecik, Odessa Jackalopes – Yusaku Ando, New Mexico Ice Wolves – Dominik Bartecko, New Jersey Titans – Owen Kerr, Lone Star brahmas – Haden Kruse, Janesville Jets – Damon Furuseth, Austin Bruins – Charles Panchisin, Philadelphia Rebels – Peyton Platter, Chippewa Steel – Michael Coleman, St. Cloud Norsemen – Anthony Cafarelli, Oklahoma Warriors – Will Lawrence, Johnstown Tomahawks – Wyatt Stefan, Danbury Hat Tricks – Topi Puikkonen, Amarillo Wranglers – Kade Kohanski, Bismarck Bobcats – Nate Murray, Minnesota Wilderness – Leonid Bulgakov, Aberdeen Wings – Brady Engelkes, Kenai River Brown Bears – Jeremi Tremblay, Maryland Black Bears – Reece Cordray, Fairbanks Ice Dogs – Aidan Dyer, Springfield Jr. Blues – Jack Seaverson, North Iowa Bulls 

Bauer Hockey NAHL Defenseman of the Month: Lukas Klemm, Johnstown Tomahawks

Johnstown defenseman Lukas Klemm had a fantastic month of February after appearing in 8 games. The Stamford, CT native combined for 13 points during the month, where he scored 3 goals and 10 assists while maintaining a +7 rating. Klemm was also helpful on the power-play where he scored a goal and two assists over the month. The Mercyhurst University commit played on the 2024 NAHL Top Prospect for Team East. This season, Klemm has played in 46 games where he’s combined for 34 points. “Lukas had an outstanding month of February just as he has had all season for us,” Head Coach Mike Letizia said. “He had points in every game and was a rock for us on our back end playing heavy, heavy minutes.  Since becoming a Tomahawk, Lukas has been everything we hoped he would be and more for our team on and off the ice. Additionally, he had a great two games in Pittsburgh at Top Prospects for Team East. His commitment to Mercyhurst was the icing on the cake for a great month individually, and certainly a well-earned and deserved accomplishment for everything he has done this season.”

“I’m very honored to receive Defenseman of the Month,” Lukas Klemm said. “I have had an amazing experience with the Tomahawks. I could not be happier with how far we all have come since the beginning of the season, and I couldn’t thank our coaches enough for everything they have done for all of us. As a team, we need to continue to win as many games as possible, and make sure we don’t lose any games we shouldn’t. We’ve put ourselves in a good spot since Christmas and we need to continue to build off of that into and through the playoffs.”

Runner-Up: Bryce Ingles, Lone Star Brahmas

Honorable Mentions: Noah Ziskie, Danbury Hat Tricks – Conner Brown, Janesville Jets – Liam Fleet, Shreveport Mudbugs – Dylan Gordon, Maryland Black Bears – Connor Brust, Austin Bruins – Sonny Dinubile, Philadelphia Rebels – Kyle Miller, St. Cloud Norsemen – Jackson Anderson, Aberdeen Wings – Landon Fandel, Bismarck Bobcats – Danii Dolzheko, Wisconsin Windigo – Branko Vukas, Oklahoma Warriors – Andon Coles, Springfield Jr. Blues – John Christen, Chippewa Steel – Tyler Pfister, New Mexico Ice Wolves – Kyle DeMarco, Amarillo Wranglers – Riley Mullens, Kenai River Brown Bears – John Wojciechowski, Odessa Jackalopes – Caden Pendo, Fairbanks Ice Dogs 

True Hockey NAHL Goaltender of the Month: Eliot Seguin-Lescarbeau, Shreveport Mudbugs

Mudbugs goalie Eliot Seguin-Lescarbeau was incredible in the crease over the month of February. Seguin-Lescarbeau, a native of Saint-Jerome, Quebec, posted a perfect 6-0 record, allowing only 10 goals off of 161 shots during the month. His time in net during February was good for a 1.25 goals against average and a .940 save percentage. This season, Eliot holds a 22-5-0-1 record, 1.94 GAA and a .926 SV%. “Eliot has been so consistently good for us since day one,” Head Coach Jason Campbell said. “If things are going his way he doesn’t change his demeanor or work habits. If he hits a rough patch you wouldn’t know it as he handles himself like a pro. He’s mature past his years with his game and his attitude. Coach Rich and him have worked hard at fine tuning his game and it has paid dividends so far.”

“This honor means a lot to me as there are so many good goalies in this league and the South division,” Eliot Seguin-Lescarbeau said. “It is a personal honor, but I couldn’t have done it without the help of my teammates. Our team had a good month of February and the guys played very well in front of me in both areas of the ice. We have been able to win very close games as most of our games went in overtime. We are happy and ready to give it all for the rest of the season and excited about the playoffs.” 

Runner-Up: Stephen Peck, Bismarck Bobcats

Honorable Mentions: Linards Lipskis, Wisconsin Windigo – Daniel Duris, Oklahoma Warriors – Liam Beerman, Anchorage Wolverines – Matthew Alberti, Janesville Jets – Ivan Zhigalov, Odessa Jackalopes – Trent Wiemken, Austin Bruins – Owen Lepak, Maryland Black Bears – Florian Wade, Rochester Jr. Americans – Tyler Krivtsov, Fairbanks Ice Dogs – Connor McDonough, Amarillo Wranglers – Croix Kochendorfer, Aberdeen Wings – Max Weilandt, St. Cloud Norsemen – Andy Vlaha, New Mexico Ice Wolves – Carter Wishart, Chippewa Steel – Jack Wieneke, Lone Star Brahmas – JJ Cataldo, Springfield Jr. Blues – Jacob Osborne, Johnstown Tomahawks – Lukas Fursten, Danbury Hat Tricks 
 

 
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