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NA3HL alums earn NAHL honors

Two out of the four Stars of the Week in the NAHL are alumni of the NA3HL.    read more

Watch Now: NA3HL Plays of the Week, Oct. 20-26

It was a tough week for the goalies in the NA3HL as offenses were clicking on all cylinders.    read more

Gillette Pink in the Rink a success

The Gillette Wild made almost $7,000 for good causes during their Pink in the Rink Night.    read more

NA3HL announces Divisional Stars of the Week

Honors this week go to Blake Olinyk of La Crosse, Cody Maulsby of Souther Tier, Evan Hauser of Great Falls, Nick Mammel of Nashville and Carmen Dalesandro of North Iowa.    read more

Imperials an important part of the community

In just their second season, the Sugar Land Imperials have become very popular in the Houston, Texas suburb.    read more

Stars of the Weeksponsored by Easton

Central

Blake Olinyk Blake Olinyk La Crosse Freeze

East

Cody Maulsby Cody Maulsby Southern Tier Xpress

Frontier

Evan Hauser Evan Hauser Great Falls Americans

South

Nick Mammel Nick Mammel Nashville Jr. Predators

West

Carmen Dalesandro Carmen Dalesandro North Iowa Bulls

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Forward of the Month

Chance Homerin

Chance Homerin Peoria Mustangs

During the month of September, Peoria forward Chance Homerin, 18, led the Mustangs to 1st place in the Central Division and was the league’s second leading scorer with 10 points. The native of Pekin, Illinois totaled four goals and six assists during the month. Two goals came on the power play and two came while shorthanded. Homerin (6’0/180) registered points in seven out of his eight games played during the month and was named the Central Division Star of the Week on September 9th. “At the start of the season, you need your veteran players to be your best players and that’s exactly what Chance was for us in September. Chance was our best player during the month and he really thrives because of his work ethic.  He plays in all situations and that gives him a great chance to be successful and grow as a player,” said Peoria head coach Tyler Renette.

Runner-Up (tie): Jake Cox, Point Mallard Ducks & Nils Markgren, Pittsburgh Vengeance

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Kendall Bolen-Porter, Helena Bighorns – Andrew Bond, Cincinnati Swords – Joe Costello, Breezy Point North Stars – Brandon Desrosiers, Southern Tier Xpress – Tommy Heinzman, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Tristan Henrichs, Billings Bulls – Josig Rochon, Dallas Jr. Stars – Alex Sauer, Topeka Capitals – Adam Schoenfeld, Wisconsin Whalers – Cam Schwartz, Toledo Cherokee – Jared Sprink, Granite City Lumberjacks – Michael Tratar, West Michigan Wolves

Defenseman of the Month

Michael Straub

Michael Straub Pittsburgh Vengeance

Fourth year veteran defenseman Michael Straub, 20, put together a great month of September as he was second in the league in scoring for all defensemen with eight points (5 goals, 3 assists) in eight games played. His five goals is not only tops for all NA3HL defensemen, but ranks tied for 2nd in the NA3HL. He is also tied for the league lead with three power play goals. Straub (6’1/205) was also a +2 during the month of September.  He registered at least a point in six of the eight games during the month and the Elizabeth, Pennsylvania native also had two multi-point games. “Michael is our captain and as a returning veteran he has displayed great leadership. He is very good at both ends of the rink and has really boosted his level of play,” said Pittsburgh head coach Dave Dorsey.

Runner-Up (tie): Nick Trefry, Helena Bighorns & David Chavis, Metro Jets

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): David Bogart, Toledo Cherokee – Chris Brown, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Ian Eshbaugh, Billings Bulls – Tim Foley, West Michigan Wolves – Tobias Gabrielsen, Granite City Lumberjacks – Noah Gilreath, Point Mallard Ducks – Seyia Hayta, Breezy Point North Stars – Will Holton, Wisconsin Whalers – Alec Hooper, Southern Tier Xpress – Brett Mory, Cincinnati Swords – Colin O’Connor, Topeka Capitals – Marc Peters, Peoria Mustangs – Kody Wagner, Dallas Jr. Stars

Goalie of the Month

Aaron Callan

Aaron Callan Toledo Cherokee

It was a busy month for Toledo goaltender Aaron Callan, 18, in September. He led the league in games played, minutes played, wins, shots faced and saves. The South Lyon, Michigan native totaled 150 saves during the month while posting a very nice 94.9% save percentage and 1.42 goals against average. Four of the six games that Callan (5’11/165) played in during the month were on the road. He was named the East Division Star of the Week back on September 17th.  In his first four games during the month, Callan only allowed two goals. “Aaron played really well during the month. He was big reason we started undefeated.  He has been our best player so far this year. He competes all the time, not just in games. He controls his rebounds very well and he is giving our team a chance to win and coming up with a big save when needed,” said Toledo head coach Kenny Miller.

Runner-Up (tie): Sam Goetsch, Granite City Lumberjacks & Grant Martens, Helena Bighorns

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Tyler Geloneck, Souther Tier Xpress – Billy Hindle, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Chris Johansen, Wisconsin Whalers – Brandon Kruger, Cincinnati Swords - Ross Lipic, Peoria Mustangs – Brett Malkmus, Topeka Capitals – Dakota McDonald, Breezy Point North Stars – Cooper Seedot, Point Mallard Ducks – Cole Semchak, Billings Bulls – Jacob Stack, Pittsburgh Vengeance - Chance Turner, Dallas Jr. Stars – Hunter Vorva, West Michigan Wolves

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Central
 GPWLOTLPTSPCT
Peoria1374216.615
Chicago1566315.500
La Crosse1174014.636
West Michigan1376014.538
St. Louis1468012.429
Wisconsin1356212.462
East
 GPWLOTLPTSPCT
Pittsburgh16104222.688
Metro16106020.625
Toledo1484218.643
Southern Tier1486016.571
Cleveland1448210.357
Cincinnati133917.269
Frontier
 GPWLOTLPTSPCT
Great Falls111100221.000
Gillette1174014.636
Helena761012.857
Billings1064012.600
Yellowstone124719.375
Glacier121835.208
Bozeman91802.111
South
 GPWLOTLPTSPCT
Nashville1081117.850
Topeka1374216.615
Point Mallard1073014.700
Texas1455414.500
Dallas1255212.500
Sugar Land113806.273
West
 GPWLOTLPTSPCT
Granite City13112022.846
North Iowa1394018.692
Twin City1586117.567
Alexandria1082016.800
Breezy Point1541019.300
Minnesota1211013.125
October 26, 2014
Nashville 9Cincinnati 3  
Chicago 3Breezy Point 2  
Pittsburgh 3Cleveland 2 (SO)
Glacier 2Yellowstone 3 (SO)
ScoresWatch
October 31, 2014
Wisconsin at La Crosse7:00 PM
Point Mallard at Nashville7:00 PM
Granite City at Twin City7:00 PM
Gillette at Helena7:05 PM
Yellowstone at Bozeman7:30 PM
Topeka at Dallas7:30 PM
Breezy Point at North Iowa7:30 PM
Cleveland at Metro7:50 PM
West Michigan at Chicago8:00 PM
ScoresWatch
November 1, 2014
Chicago at St. Louis2:00 PM
Pittsburgh at S. Tier5:00 PM
Minnesota at Peoria6:45 PM
Toledo at Cincinnati7:00 PM
Nashville at Point Mallard7:00 PM
La Crosse at Wisconsin7:00 PM
Gillette at Helena7:05 PM
Topeka at Dallas7:30 PM
Billings at Glacier7:30 PM
Twin City at Granite City7:30 PM
Bozeman at Great Falls7:30 PM
Breezy Point at North Iowa7:30 PM
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