Watch Now: NA3HL Plays of the Week, Nov. 17-23

Just a day before Thanksgiving, we stuff you full of great goals with a side of great saves!    read more

Cleveland coach Jacobson wins 400th game

With a win this past Sunday at home against Cincinnati, Cleveland head coach Bob Jacobson won his 400th game.    read more

NA3HL announces Easton Hockey Divisional Stars of the Week

Honors this week go to Nathan Viberg of Wisconsin, Alec Rounds of Cleveland, Brandon Mills of Helena, Alex Johanson of Topeka and Brycon Johnson of Granite City.    read more

NA3HL Showcase less than 2 weeks away

All 31 NA3HL teams to play three divisional crossover regular season games at the Schwan Super Rink in Blaine, MN from December 7-9.    read more

Dumont, Junior Predators finding success in Nashville

JP Dumont may no longer be skating for the Nashville Predators in the NHL, but that doesn’t mean he’s moved on from hockey in Music City.    read more

Stars of the Weeksponsored by Easton


Nathan Viberg Nathan Viberg Wisconsin Whalers


Alec Rounds Alec Rounds Cleveland Jr. Lumberjacks


Brandon Mills Brandon Mills Helena Bighorns


Alex Johanson Alex Johanson Topeka Capitals


Brycon Johnson Brycon Johnson Granite City Lumberjacks

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Forward of the Month

Tanner Skaja

Tanner Skaja Granite City Lumberjacks

The Granite City Lumberjacks are sitting atop of the West Division thanks to a 7-2 record in the month of October. Forward Tanner Skaja, 19, led the Lumberjacks with 16 points (6 goals, 10 assists) in nine games played during the month. The local native of St. Cloud, Minnesota, had four multi-point games during the month. He was named the West Division Star of the Week back on October 7th for his eight points in two games performance. Skaja (6’0/180) also had multi-point games in wins over Twin City, Wisconsin and North Iowa. He was also a +7 during the month. Skaja ranks 2nd on the team in scoring with 18 points in 14 games played. “Tanner has a big offensive upside and is developing into a very good, well-rounded player. He is improving defensively as well and once all that comes together he is going to be someone that is very successful at the next level. It is good to see a local kid really making the most of the opportunity,” said Granite City head coach Brad Willner.

Runner-Up: Joe Burgmeier, North Iowa Bulls

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): David Becker, Twin City Steel – Cody Black, Pittsburgh Vengeance – Andrew Bond, Cincinnati Swords – Joe Costello, Breezy Point North Stars – Trent Dillinger, Gillette Wild – Grant Dukus, Point Mallard Ducks – Ryan Dunner, Texas Jr. Brahmas – Cody Estrel, Toledo Cherokee – Marshall Gevers, Peoria Mustangs – Tommy Heinzman, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Peter Henderson, Wisconsin Whalers – Ryan James, Sugar Land Imperials – Robert Kalata, Great Falls Americans – Gunnar Mogck, Bozeman Icedogs – Alex Sauer, Topeka Capitals – Tom Schmidt, Alexandria Blizzard – Luke Sunde, Southern Tier Xpress – Taylor Trapp, La Crosse Freeze – Michael Tratar, West Michigan Wolves – Pearce Vance, Metro Jets

Defenseman of the Month

Joe Kleven

Joe Kleven North Iowa Bulls

The North Iowa Bulls caught fire in October, going 9-2 and defenseman Joe Kleven, 19, was part of a team defense that limited the opposition to just 11 goals in the 11 games. The native of Prior Lake, Minnesota, also contributed on the offensive side as Kleven had 14 points (1 goal, 13 assists) in just 10 games and was also an astounding +13. Kleven (6’3/225) registered at least a points in every game he played in during the month. He also record three multi-point games in wins over Breezy Point, Twin City and Granite City. For the season, Kleven leads all Bulls defensemen in scoring with 15 points in 13 games played. “Joe is a big defenseman also who has a lot of speed. He has valuable junior experience and is a proven leader. Joe really works hard every time he touches the ice and is a good veteran presence for the Bulls,” said North Iowa head coach Todd Sanden.

Runner-Up: Gavin Mindt, Alexandria Blizzard

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Mathias Ahman, Twin City Steel – Alex Anderson, Wisconsin Whalers – Chris Brown, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Jack Cleaver, Gillette Wild – Andrew Cooley, Topeka Capitals – Gavin Cummings, Pittsburgh Vengeance – Mike Difranco, West Michigan Wolves – Adam Goudelock, Cincinnati Swords – Travis Hall, Dallas Jr. Stars – David Horsmann, Granite City Lumberjacks – Devin Kelly, Metro Jets – Michael Kliment, Great Falls Americans – Frank Muscarella, Sugar Land Imperials – Jake Nicks, Bozeman Icedogs – Tim Weisgerber, Southern Tier Xpress

Goalie of the Month

Evan Hauser

Evan Hauser Great Falls Americans

It was another perfect month for the Great Falls Americans, who remained the only undefeated team in the league with an 8-0 record in October. It all starts with defense for the Americans and a large part of that success is goaltender Evan Hauser. The 20-year-old native of St. Paul, Minnesota, was outstanding during the month as he faced a total of 189 shots in the five games he played in and made 184 saves, good for a 97.4% save percentage. Hauser (6’2/180) posted a perfect 5-0 record during October and was named the Frontier Division Star of the Week on October 28th.  Perhaps the most amazing stat for Hauser during the month was that even though the Americans went undefeated, Hauser faced an average of 37.8 shots per game in that time span. Hauser is tied for the NA3HL lead in wins and ranks 2nd in both goals against average and save percentage. “The first thing that comes to my mind is the consistency Evan has shown. He is motivated because it is his final year of junior hockey and he wants to play at the next level. He is a big part of our success to date. Defense is important to us and it all begins with him,” said Great Falls head coach Jeff Heimel.

Runner-Up: David Johnson, North Iowa Bulls

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Colton Anderson, Sugar Land Imperials – Brian Baker, Pittsburgh Vengeance – Evan Bisek, Alexandria Blizzard – Alex Feese, Gillette Wild – Jesse Garcia, Granite City Lumberjacks – Billy Hindle, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Brett Malkmus, Topeka Capitals – Evan Moyse, Wisconsin Whalers – Quinton Reynolds, Texas Jr. Brahmas – Denijs Romanovskis, Bozeman Icedogs – Jake Stephan, Metro Jets – Hunter Vorva, West Michigan Wolves

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West Michigan20118123.575
La Crosse19108121.553
St. Louis22913018.409
Southern Tier21129024.571
Great Falls18162032.889
Point Mallard18126024.667
Sugar Land2041519.225
North Iowa21174034.810
Granite City20155030.750
Twin City22138127.614
Breezy Point23517111.239
November 22, 2014
Dallas 1Texas 3  
St. Louis 0Topeka 4  
at S. Tier
Cincinnati 4Cleveland 3 (OT)
Wisconsin 6Peoria 2  
North Iowa 4Breezy Point 3  
Chicago 2La Crosse 7  
Billings 6Gillette 4  
Glacier 0Helena 8  
Twin City 4Minnesota 1  
Granite City 3Alexandria 4  
Nashville 7Sugar Land 0  
Yellowstone 4Bozeman 2  
Toledo 2Metro 1  
November 23, 2014
St. Louis 1Topeka 7  
S. Tier 1Pittsburgh 3  
Great Falls 3Helena 1  
Nashville 10Sugar Land 3  
Wisconsin 5Peoria 2  
Cincinnati 0Cleveland 1  
Chicago 3La Crosse 2 (OT)
November 26, 2014
Wisconsin at La Crosse7:00 PM
Yellowstone at Billings7:30 PM
Breezy Point at Granite City7:30 PM
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