Easton Hockey Player Survey

NA3HL, NA3EHL and NAPHL announce Easton player survey

Players from all three leagues to have a chance to win an Easton Stealth HTX sticks.    read more

Rochester completes three-game sweep of Chicago on Sunday

The Rochester Ice Hawks, along with the Texas Jr. Brahmas, St. Louis Jr. Blues and Peoria Mustangs were teams that completed sweeps on Sunday.    read more

Saturday Scores: Yellowstone completes road sweep in Great Falls

The Yellowstone Quake knocked off 1st place Great Falls this weekend, which included another win on Saturday.    read more

Friday Finals: Euless, Rochester and Billings get first wins

The Euless Jr. Stars, Rochester Ice Hawks and Billings Bulls all posted their first wins of the season on Friday.    read more

Watch Now: New feature, NA3HL Top 10 Plays of the Week

The North American 3 Hockey League is pleased to debut their new format for the weekly Plays of the Week segment.    read more

Stars of the Weeksponsored by Easton


Jared Bromberg Jared Bromberg La Crosse Freeze


Michael Tratar Michael Tratar Metro Jets


Alex Feese Alex Feese Gillette Wild


Bayley Marshall Bayley Marshall St. Louis Jr. Blues


Alek Zendejas Alek Zendejas Atlanta Capitals


Matt Flom Matt Flom Granite City Lumberjacks

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Forward of the Month

Luca Valenza

Luca Valenza Sugar Land Imperials

It was a banner month for Sugar Land forwar Luca Valenza. The native of Lausanne, Switzerland, had 11 points in five games played as the Imperials put together a 4-1-0 start in the South Division. During that time, Valenza (5’11/170) was also named the South Division Star of the Week by the NA3HL. Valenza, 18, recorded seven goals during the month and was a +7, with one game-winning goal. He recorded a point in all five games and had four multi-point games. “Luca arrived in Sugar Land in great shape.  I'm not surprised to see him dominate early in the season.  He is not only talented but has a great attitude and work ethic.  I suspect his best hockey is yet to come,” said Sugar Land head coach Jarod Palmer.

Runner-Up: David Min, North Iowa Bulls

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Levi Armstrong, Peoria Mustangs – Lucas Carroll, Granite City Lumberjacks – Joe Costello, Twin City Steel – Mason Graves, Billings Bulls – Ben Henderson, La Crosse Freeze – Peter Henderson, Wisconsin Whalers – Tyler Houmard, Wooster Oilers – Albert Janele, Cincinnati Thunder – Alex King, Gillette Wild – Josh Laven, Breezy Point North Stars – Zach Mitchell, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Auston Palumbo, Pittsburgh Vengeance – Michael Tratar, Metro Jets

Defenseman of the Month

Tom Lindgren

Tom Lindgren North Iowa Bulls

Veteran North Iowa Bulls defenseman Tom Lindgren, 20, has picked up right where he left off last season’s National Championship team. The native of Janesville, WI, had a great month of September, where he was a factor at both ends of the ice. Lindgren (6’0/180) played in four games and had five points. He was also an outstanding +11 during the month. Lindgren’s performance included two multi-point games and one game-winning goal. Last season, Lindgren had seven points in 34 games played with the Bulls. "Tom has had a great start to this season and we expect him to contribute on both sides of the play with consistent defensive play while chipping in on the offensive side as well,” said North Iowa head coach Todd Sanden.

Runner-Up: Jared Bromberg, La Crosse Freeze

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Justin Bioni, Cincinnati Thunder – Marc Candotti, Peoria Mustangs – Luke Erickson, Billings Bulls – Tristan Leberknight, Gillette Wild – Tyler Mros, Granite City Lumberjacks – Adam Schaffer, Pittsburgh Vengeance – Hayden Smer, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Sean Viti, Breezy Point North Stars – Caleb Vosters, Wisconsin Whalers – Trevor Wolf, Sugar Land Imperials - Trevor Woytcke, Twin City Steel

Goalie of the Month

Zach Young

Zach Young St. Louis Jr. Blues

St. Louis Jr. Blues goalie Zach Young, 18, went a perfect 4-0-0 in the month of September, helping the Jr. Blues into 1st place in the Midwest Division. The native of Robertsville, MO, posted a 1.50 goals against average and a 94.7% save percentage during the month as he allowed just six goals on 114 shots. Young (5’10/170) never have up more than two goals and three of the four wins were on the road. He made 30+ saves in wins in Nashville and Peoria. For the past three seasons, Young has played with the St. Louis Selects in the NAPHL. “From the first day of the season, Zach has come in and impressed the coaching staff. He battles and competes every time he's in the net. He is always in position and our record reflects his play in goal,” said St. Louis head coach Chris Flaugher.

Runner-Up: Trevor Kalinowski, Metro Jets

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Tommi Ahlgren, North Iowa Bulls – Brandon Brown, Billings Bulls – Daniel Dolliver, Cincinnati Thunder – Alex Feese, Gillette Wild – Robbie Goor, Granite City Lumberjacks – Gunnar Howg, Twin City Steel – Kevin Mackey, Sugar Land Imperials – Evan Moyse, Wisconsin Whalers – Wes Paupore, Breezy Point North Stars – Nic Piech, Peoria Mustangs – Jacob Stack, Pittsburgh Vengeance – Andrew Wagner, La Crosse Freeze

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La Crosse871014
North Iowa760113
West Michigan942311
Southern Tier103617
Great Falls752010
St. Louis1091018
Point Mallard972014
Sugar Land84408
Twin City760113
Granite City862012
Breezy Point93428
October 11, 2015
S. Tier 2Pittsburgh 5  
Rochester 3Chicago 1  
Cincinnati 1St. Louis 8  
Texas 9Sugar Land 4  
Evansville 4Peoria 5  
October 16, 2015
Metro at S. Tier7:00 PM
Chicago at Twin City7:00 PM
Yellowstone at Helena7:05 PM
North Iowa at Alexandria7:10 PM
Evansville at Atlanta7:30 PM
Great Falls at Billings7:30 PM
Minnesota at Granite City7:30 PM
St. Louis at Point Mallard7:30 PM
La Crosse at Wisconsin7:30 PM
Wooster at Cincinnati8:00 PM
Gillette at Glacier8:00 PM
October 17, 2015
St. Louis at Point Mallard2:00 PM
Evansville at Atlanta3:00 PM
Sugar Land at Louisiana4:30 PM
Metro at S. Tier5:00 PM
Toledo at Pittsburgh6:30 PM
Nashville at Peoria6:45 PM
Wisconsin at La Crosse7:00 PM
Chicago at Twin City7:00 PM
Yellowstone at Helena7:05 PM
Minnesota at Rochester7:05 PM
North Iowa at Alexandria7:10 PM
Billings at Bozeman7:30 PM
Granite City at Breezy Point7:30 PM
Gillette at Glacier7:30 PM
Cincinnati at Wooster7:45 PM
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