Saturday Scores: Wolverines Push Winning Streak to Double Digits | North American Hockey League | NAHL
North American Hockey League logo North American Hockey League
The League of Opportunity NAHL Combines NA3HL USA Hockey T1ER NAPHL
Download on the App Store
Download on Google Play
Take Your Next Shift as a NAHL Official

Saturday Scores: Wolverines Push Winning Streak to Double Digits

March 10, 2024

Brock James scored in Lone Star's win as the Brahmas became the first team this season to reach 40 wins

Springfield 2 @ Anchorage 3 (OT): Bryce Monrean was the overtime hero for Anchorage as the Wolverines defeated the Springfield Jr. Blues 3-2. Isaac Keller and Brock Devlin traded goals in the opening fame and then in the second Blake Markwell and Keller did the same. After no scoring in the third period, the Wolverines got the game winner from Monrean in the extra period. Vaughn Makar needed just 14 stops to earn the win in goal while Matt Schoephoerster had a busy night, making 42 saves.

Lone Star 6 @ Corpus Christi 2: David Skuhrovec racked up four assists as the Lone Star Brahmas finished up the sweep of the Corpus Christi IceRays. Owen Kerr and Ivan Zadvernuyk each potted a pair of goals while Brock James and Connor Bergeron getting on the scoresheet as well. Dylan Jensen and Stepan Kuznetsov scored for the IceRays in the loss. Jack Wieneke earned the win in goal with 28 saves. Bryan Marks and Logan Rose teamed up to stop 20 shots.

Colorado 3 @ New Mexico 1: Landon West scored twice and added an assist as the Colorado Grit took down the New Mexico Ice Wolves 3-1. The loss snaps a 16 game point streak for New Mexico. Noah Grolnic had the other tally for the Grit while Ty Tuccitto registered the only goal for the Ice Wolves. Jack Erickson was superb, allowing just one goal on 34 shots. Jackson Fuller suffered the loss as he made 33 saves.

Oklahoma 1 @ El Paso 4: Two goals from Camden Bajzer led the El Paso Rhinos to a 4-1 win over the Oklahoma Warriors. AJ Reed and Tim Mathys also got themselves goals in this one. Nathan Rickey had the lone goal for the Warriors. Joey LoVullo got the win in between the pipes as he made 27 saves. Owen Bartoszkiewicz was saddled with the loss, turning aside 22 shots.

Kenai River 4 @ Fairbanks 0: Four different Brown Bears found the back of the net as they blanked the Fairbanks Ice Dogs 4-0 on Saturday night. Dylan Contreras had a goal and an assist in the victory. Carter McCormick, Owen Hanson and Roope Tuomioksa all lit the lamp for Kenai River. Marks Slavinskis-Repe was perfect as he denied all 33 shots thrown at him by Fairbanks. Tyler Krivtsov stopped 30 shots in the loss for Fairbanks.

Janesville 2 @ Wisconsin 3: Jacob Jastrzebski scored twice as the Wisconsin Windigo took down in-state rival Janesville 3-2. Lucas Busch scored his first goal of the season for Wisconsin in this one. Mason Kesselring and Max Wagener netted goals for the Jets. Linards Lipskis was the winner in the blue paint with 17 saves. Matthew Alberti took the loss in net, stopping 21 opportunities.

Austin 1 @ St. Cloud 5: Andrew Cumming notched two goals and an assist as the Norsemen defeated the Bruins 5-1. Kyle Miller had a goal and two assists of his own for St. Cloud. Hudson Blue notched a goal and an assist while Louis Wehmann also scored. Dylan Cook provided all the offense for the Bruins. Max Wellandt was the winner in goal with 26 saves. Vilgot Holm was dealt the loss as he made 25 saves.

Amarillo 2 @ Shreveport 4: Hayden Nichol scored twice as the Shreveport Mudbugs doubled up the Amarillo Wranglers 4-2. After Jack Ivey and Trace Day scored to put Amarillo up 2-0, the Mudbugs responded with four unanswered tallies. Logan Heroux got Shreveport back into the game with his 10th of the season. Lucas Deeb tied the game and the third before Nichol netted the eventual game winner and insurance tally. Nikola Goich stopped 20 shots to earn the win for the Mudbugs. Connor McDonough was given the loss as he made 34 saves.

Bismarck 4 @ Aberdeen 1: The Bismarck Bobcats earned a series split after taking a 4-1 decision in Aberdeen on Saturday. Julian Beaumont led the way with a goal and an assist. Kai Dunits, Tommy Cronin and Evan Hunter all scored as well for Bismarck. Nikolai Tishkevich netted the only goal for Aberdeen. Klayton Knapp was nearly perfect, stopping 29 of 30 shots. Adam Dybal stopped 28 shots for the Wings.

Minot 3 @ North Iowa 0: Netminder Lukas Swedin stopped all 16 shots faced in Minot’s 3-0 shutout win over the Bulls. Trevor Stachowiak broke the deadlock 7:56 into the 1st period with his 12th goal of the season. He buried again in the 2nd to double the lead heading into the 3rd. Adam Mahler put the finishing touches on the victory with an empty net goal late in regulation. Connor Graham had a strong performance in North Iowa’s crease, stopping 55 shots in the loss. 

Maryland 3 @ New Hampshire 2: Samuel Stitz netted his 10th goal of the season in the 2nd half of the final frame to lift the Black Bears past New Hampshire 3-2. After a scoreless 1st, Luke Rubin and Dimitry Kebreau put the visitors ahead by a pair with consecutive goals. Rylan Yates found the back of the net to get the Mountain Kings on the board. Ethan Rosenoff tied the game minutes before Stitz’ game-winner. Colin Ronan kept out 16 shots in the victory while Sebastian Bodnar stopped 42 shots in the loss.

Northeast 3 @ Johnstown 5: Will Lawrence netted a pair of goals including the eventual game-winner in Johnstown’s 5-3 victory over the Generals. Reid Lune and Chase Sandhu both buried for Johnstown in the 1st while Ryan Remick also got Northeast on the board. Alexey Yarmulnik extended the lead early in the middle frame before Brandon Spaulding and Tyler Ramm tied the game heading into the 3rd. Jacob Osborne kept out 34 shots in the winning effort while Ryan Nolan made 27 saves for the Generals. 

New Jersey 3 @ Maine 6: Five Nordique skaters tallied multiple points en route to a 6-3 victory over New Jersey on home ice. Nicholas Bernardo, Jake Bernadet, and Kellen Murphy all tickled twine in the 1st. Tomek Haula and Charles Tardif added goals in the 2nd while Dominick Rivelli, Logan Renkowski, and Ryan Novo kept the Titans within reach with scores. Tardif netted his 2nd of the game in the final frame to seal the win. Carter Richardson made 31 saves in Maine’s crease while Zakari Brice kept out 30 shots for the Titans. 

Rochester 0 @ Philadelphia 6: The Rebels fired off six goals in a dominant shutout victory over Rochester to secure the weekend sweep. Klaus Jogi broke the deadlock with the lone goal in the opening frame. Paddy Fortune and Jared Coccimiglio extended the lead in the 2nd period. Brayton Frick, Ryan Vaites, and Billy Sheridan provided more insurance in the 3rd with goals. Jakub Krbecek was perfect between the pipes, stopping all 27 shots faced in the shutout. Florian Wade made 26 saves for the Jr. Americans. 


Bauer True Temper Hockey USA Hockey
USPA Hockeyak Warroad Howies Hockey Tape Lettermen Sports DASH Digital Auction Showdown K1 Sportswear Official Game Puck
HockeyWolf Bethel University Avis Car Rental Budget Car Rental Ace Rent A Car
Neutral Zone CaptainU NSC Super Rink Source One Digital
Let's Play Hockey Let's Play Hockey USA Hockey Magazine MYHockey Rankings

Terms of Use