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Stars of the Week Week of March 13, 2019sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Matthew Monreal - St. Louis Jr. Blues

Matthew Monreal

Monreal tallied points in each of the Blues’ final three games to close the season on a seven-game point streak, notching 12 total points in three wins over Wausau. On Friday, he bagged his second hat-trick of the season – featuring the game-winning strike – and posted three helpers to mark his first game with five or more points this season. Saturday saw Monreal put up another goal and three assists, while Sunday featured a lighter one goal, one assist showing from the Wauwatosa, WI native. In total, Monreal led the Blues with 32-39—71 in 43 games during the regular season.

2nd Star: Brandon Ratzloff, F, Coulee Region Chill

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Connor Bennett, F, Peoria Mustangs – Zachary Eddington, D, Peoria Mustangs – Logan Geisness, F, Milwaukee Power – Brady Lindauer, F, Coulee Region Chill – Ryan Payne, D, Milwaukee Power – Jacob Wiethaupt, F, St. Louis Jr. Blues

 

Coastal Star of the Week: Dino Mukovoz - Long Beach Sharks

Dino Mukovoz

Looking to enter the Fraser Cup Playoffs on a high note, the Sharks faced a tough two-game test against Cape Cod last week. Mukovoz was massive in their win on Friday, tallying a whopping four goals in a 5-4 OT victory that saw him tie the contest with just 1:01 remaining in the game, then light the lamp for the game-sealing goal in the extra frame. Mukovoz then followed that up with an assist in Saturday’s loss to finish with 18-36—54 in 41 games this regular season, good for second among Long Beach skaters.

2nd Star: Danny Herrle, D, Long Beach Sharks

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): None

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Misha Akatnov - Missoula Junior Bruins

Misha Akatnov

Chasing history in the last weekend of the season, Akatnov etched his name into the NA3HL record books with back-to-back hat-tricks to set both the NA3HL all-time scoring record with 258 points and the NA3HL single-season goals record with 67. In addition, Akatnov posted two assists in both wins over Yellowstone last week. In total, Akatnov’s 67 goals led the entire NA3HL during the regular season, while his mark of 110 points (67g, 43a) ranked fourth among league skaters.

2nd Star: Garrett Peters, F, Great Falls Americans

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jack Harris, F, Yellowstone Quake – Hendrik Robel, D, Great Falls Americans – Dylan Rumpke, F, Yellowstone Quake – Gage Thompson, F, Gillette Wild – Coleman Varty, F, Gillette Wild – Vadim Zubkov, F, Missoula Jr. Bruins

 

Northeast Star of the Week: Eric Melso - Binghamton Junior Senators

Eric Melso

Notching 39 goals in two wins over Niagara Falls last week, Melso and the Senators look more than prepared for their upcoming playoff series against those same Powerhawks. Melso was a key cog in the Senators’ machine-like offense over the weekend, logging 11 points in those two contests and going +14. With 1-3—4 on Saturday and 2-5—7 on Sunday, Melso put up his 11th and 12th games of the year with four or more points. In total, Melso ranked third in the NA3HL with 39-75—114 during the regular season.

2nd Star: Josh Baker, F, Skylands Kings

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jake Cicalese, F, Skylands Kings

 

South Star of the Week: Brandon Speights - Mid Cities Jr. Stars

Brandon Speights

We also saw a playoff preview in the South Division, as the Stars and Brahmas faced off in a three-game set to close out the campaign. Speights posted a goal and an assist across the two games on Thursday and Saturday as Mid Cities fell to Texas in both, but came alive to guide his team to a 5-4 win on Sunday with two goals and another helper for his fourth multi-goal game of the year. Speights closed out his year with points in eight of his last 10 outings to bring his season total to 20-12—32, good for fifth on the Stars.

2nd Star: Andrue Trelstad, F, Texas Brahmas

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Muchal Juscak, F, Mid Cities Jr. Stars

 

West Star of the Week: Jimmy McDermott - North Iowa Bulls

Jimmy McDermott

Entering the week with points in just one of his prior four outings, McDermott looked to piggyback off a strong outing on March 2 to head into playoff action on a good run. He did so in fine fashion, kicking off a two-game set against Peoria with his first hat-trick of the season and the game-winning goal to pace the Bulls’ 4-3 win on Friday. McDermott then scored again on Saturday to push his season total to 22-28—50 in 42 games this year, which ranked fourth among North Iowa skaters.

2nd Star: Oskar Stahl, F, Rochester Grizzlies

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Daymin Dodge, F, Granite City Lumberjacks – Dylan Giorgio, F, Alexandria Blizzard – Lucas Newman, F, Rochester Grizzlies – Joey Petronack, D, North Iowa Bulls – Cooper Smith, F, Granite City Lumberjacks

 

Stars of the Week Week of March 6, 2019sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Jared Wisely - Peoria Mustangs

Jared Wisely

Wisely entered the week mired in a five-game pointless drought, but snapped it in fashion in the Mustangs 7-1 win over the Whalers on Sunday. The Chillicothe, IL native bagged his third two-goal game of the year – including one tally while shorthanded – and added a pair of helpers to top off the victory. In total, Wisely boasts 14-18—32 in 44 games this season.

2nd Star: Mikael Foucher, G, St. Louis Jr. Blues

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Toon De Schepper, D, Coulee Region Chill – Brady Lindauer, F, Coulee Region Chill – Zach Lodes, F, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Tristan Trudel, F, Peoria Mustangs

 

Coastal Star of the Week: Cole Therrien - Northeast Generals

Cole Therrien

The Generals took two key wins last week over New England and Maine, with their attacking efforts spearheaded by Therrien. The forward struck for two goals in each contest and went +2 in the week. Therrien shone brightest in Sunday’s win, as his first tally came on the power play and ended as the game-winner. Since first donning a Generals sweater on Feb. 9, Therrien has amassed 6-2—8 in six games.

2nd Star: None

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): None

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Dylan Rumpke - Yellowstone Quake

Dylan Rumpke

Rumpke played a key role in lifting Yellowstone to its fourth and fifth wins of the season last week – a pair of victories over the Cobras, who now sit just one point ahead of the Quake. He kicked off the weekend set with two assists in a 3-2 win as the Quake leapt out to a 3-0 advantage before holding off a late Butte challenge. Yellowstone’s leading scorer then buried two goals and two more helpers on Saturday en route to a 6-4 win that saw him take his season totals to 21-18—39 in just 30 outings this year. Rumpke currently owns a four-game point streak, during which he has posted 3-6—9.

2nd Star: Alexander Rogers, G, Helena Bighorns

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Lindros Beard, F, Great Falls Americans – Cody Dearing, F, Great Falls Americans – George Stilson, F, Gillette Wild – Justin Sullivan, D, Helena Bighorns – Zach VanCompernolle, D, Gillette Wild – Will Yates, F, Yellowstone Quake

 

Northeast Star of the Week: Seth McArdle - Binghamton Junior Senators

Seth McArdle

A tripleheader on the road against the pesky Skylands Kings awaited the Senators last week, but they came out comfortably on top with three wins, thanks in large part to the efforts of McArdle, who recorded seven points in the set of contests. On Friday, he scored once and assisted on two other goals to lead Binghamton to a 7-3 win. Saturday featured more of the same as McArdle snagged the game-winner and another assist in a 6-1 victory. Finally, on Sunday, the Kirkwood, MO native put up another two assists to inflate his season total to 20-22—42 in 34 matchups. McArdle currently boasts 4-7—11 on his five-game point streak.

2nd Star: Manny Legace, G, Oswego Stampede

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Trevor Christopher, D, Skylands Kings – Dylan Dinzik, D, Skylands Kings – Rich Hart, D, Oswego Stampede

 

South Star of the Week: Vito Carlo - Atlanta Capitals

Vito Carlo

The high-octane Capitals breezed through a three-game set against College Station over the weekend, thanks to a number of quality performances. Carlo was an offensive force from the blue line, with nine points in that span and a cumulative +10 rating. The defenseman played setup man through two games with three assists on Friday and two on Saturday. Sunday saw him chip in with a goal as well – his seventh of the season – as well as three more assists. His season total now sits at 7-36—43, good for fifth among Atlanta skaters.

2nd Star: Thomas Held, G, Texas Brahmas

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Kevin Lake, G, Louisiana Drillers – Stuart Pearson, F, Texas Brahmas – Blake Siewertsen, F, Louisiana Drillers – Quinn Yeager, G, Atlanta Capitals

 

West Star of the Week: Oskar Stahl - Rochester Grizzlies

Oskar Stahl

Stahl had featured on the scoresheet in four of his eight total 2018-19 games with the Grizzlies entering the week’s action, but made an even more significant impact in two wins over Evansville on Friday and Saturday. The Swedish scorer potted his first hat-trick of the campaign to go with an assist on Friday, and posted 1-2—3 in Saturday’s win to cap off a breakout week. He has now potted 6-10—16 in 21 contests this year.

2nd Star: Cam Fagerlee, F, North Iowa Bulls

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Zack DeBoom, F, Granite City Lumberjacks – Joey Fodstad, F, Rochester Grizzlies – Tucker Kruse, F, Alexandria Blizzard – Matt Moran, F, Granite City Lumberjacks – Carter Wagner, F, North Iowa Bulls

 

Stars of the Week Week of February 28, 2019sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Justin Schwartzmiller - Wisconsin Whalers

Justin Schwartzmiller

The Whalers went just 1-2 last week, but Schwartzmiller was in fine form. Entering the week with seven goals in his prior six games, the forward netted a hat-trick on Thursday – his third of the season. Though he was then held scoreless on Friday, Schwartzmiller responded well on Saturday with two goals against a strong Granite City team. In total, Schwartzmiller boasts 33-21—54 in 43 outings this year, and has found the scoresheet in 14 of his last 18.

2nd Star: Brandon Ratzloff, F, Coulee Region Chill

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Aslan Akervik, F, Coulee Region Chill – Jaden Gardner, G, Peoria Mustangs – Sam Hanson, F, Wisconsin Whalers

 

Coastal Star of the Week: Chandler Bilodeau - Maine Wild

Chandler Bilodeau

After seeing his four-game point streak snapped the week prior, Bilodeau suffered another scoreless game on Saturday before rebounding in monumental fashion on Sunday. The forward netted three goals – including the GWG – and three assists to carry the Wild’s 6-5 upset win over the Generals. That explosive outing marked his first game with five or more points this season, and his fourth with three or more in the month of February alone.

2nd Star: Matthew Victurine, F, Long Beach Sharks

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): None

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Christian Ward - Missoula Junior Bruins

Christian Ward

A late addition to the 2018-19 Bruins, Ward has been magnificent in his 11 games this season, notching multiple points in nine of those. Last week was no different, with the Thunder Bay, ON native notching seven more points to bring his season total to 27. Friday saw him bag a pair of goals and an assist as he factored in on all three Missoula markers in a tough 4-3 OT loss to second-ranked Helena. He kept the good times rolling into Saturday’s win over Butte, scoring once shorthanded and setting up a trio of tallies for his fourth game with four or more points since joining the team.

2nd Star: Ricards Groskops, D, Helena Bighorns

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jack Harris, F, Yellowstone Quake – Dylan Rumpke, F, Yellowstone Quake – Drew Scites, G, Great Falls Americans – Gage Thompson, F, Gillette Wild – Coleman Varty, F, Gillette Wild – Ian Zaleski, F, Helena Bighorns – Vadim Zubkov, F, Missoula Jr. Bruins

 

Northeast Star of the Week: Zakary Sparks - Skylands Kings

Zakary Sparks

Sparks came in hot with eight points in two games entering last week’s action, and didn’t cool off a bit through a back-to-back set against the Sharks. Skylands toppled Long Beach in both games by a combined 11-7, with Sparks accounting for seven of those 11 strikes. Sparks nabbed a power-play goal in each contest and set up five goals – two on Friday, three on Saturday – to increase his point streak to four games (7-8—15).

2nd Star: Dylan Dinzik, D, Skylands Kings

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): None

 

South Star of the Week: Andrei Rusakov - Atlanta Capitals

Andrei Rusakov

Atlanta split with top-ranked Texas on the weekend, taking a tight shutout win on Friday before being shutout on Saturday. Rusakov featured heavily with three assists on Atlanta’s four regulation-time goals on Friday, stretching his personal point streak to eight games and marking his third game with three or more points in his last four outings. The Capitals’ second-leading scorer now boasts 22-33—55 on the year and a team high-tying 13 power-play assists after his apple on the man-advantage Friday.

2nd Star: Vito Carlo, D, Atlanta Capitals

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): None

 

West Star of the Week: Lucas Newman - Rochester Grizzlies

Lucas Newman

The name of Newman’s game last week was “clutch,” as the Rochester native helped guide his team to a pair of key wins over North Iowa with well-timed tallies. On Friday, he featured with a third-period goal and two assists en route to a 4-1 win. Saturday presented more of a stage – as the Grizzlies trailed 4-3 with under a minute to play, Newman lit the lamp at 19:26 to force overtime, where he also bagged the game-winning goal. In addition to his two key goals, Newman also notched an assist for his second straight three-point game and third straight multi-point effort.

2nd Star: Jarrett Cammarata, F, New Ulm Steel

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Brad Amundson, F, Granite City Lumberjacks – Dylan Giorgio, F, Alexandria Blizzard – Dylan Mattson, F, Alexandria Blizzard – Vladislav Sorokin, F, Rochester Grizzlies – Montana Streit, F, Granite City Lumberjacks

 

Stars of the Week Week of February 21, 2019sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Brady Lindauer - Coulee Region Chill

Brady Lindauer

Lindauer continues to spearhead the stout Chill attack, flexing his scoring muscle once more with his sixth hat-trick of the season — including the game-winning goal — in Saturday’s win over Peoria. The NA3HL’s scoring leader has potted 117 points in 40 games this year, and, including his assist in Thursday’s victory over Wisconsin, now boasts 42-46—88 across his current remarkable 26-game point streak.

2nd Star: Hunter Muzzillo, D, St. Louis Jr. Blues

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Blake Dangos, D, St. Louis Jr. Blues — Jaden Gardner, G, Peoria Mustangs — Devin Naidow, G, Coulee Region Chill — Stephen Zowin, D, Peoria Mustangs

 

 

Coastal Star of the Week: Valeri Rykov - L/A Nordiques

Valeri Rykov

Rykov burst onto the scene after the turn of the calendar with points in 11 of his first 12 games with the Nordiques, racking up 23-21—44 in that span. Last week featured more of the same, as he recorded his first hat-trick of the season in a six-goal, three-assist explosion on Friday. On Saturday, the Russian forward was at it again, scoring once early before nabbing the game-winning goal and setting up another for his 10th multi-point outing. 

2nd Star: Tami Merilainen, D, Northeast Generals

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jeb Barrett, G, Northeast Generals — Cade Lambdin, F, Long Beach Sharks — Dino Mukovoz, F, Long Beach Sharks

 

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Dillon Hale - Gillette Wild

Dillon Hale

As the Wild split a weekend back-to-back set with the Cobras, Hale stepped up in a big way to end his five-game pointless drought and post four points in the two contests. On Friday, he scored once in regulation to help push his team to a 3-2 SO win, while Saturday saw him log his sixth multi-point game of the season (2-1—3) en route to a tough loss. 

2nd Star: Payton McSharry, F, Great Falls Americans

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Nick Castro, F, Yellowstone Quake — Logan Cooksy, G, Yellowstone Quake — Austin Newson, F, Gillette Wild — Drew Scites, G, Great Falls Americans

 

 

Northeast Star of the Week: Eric Melso - Binghamton Junior Senators

Eric Melso

The Senators have a number of key weapons up front which can make it hard to stand out as an individual, but Melso continues to be a reliable source of offense for his team night in and night out. The Pennsylvania native posted back-to-back multi-goal efforts, including his fourth hat-trick of the campaign on Friday. Melso then went 2-1—3 on Sunday to stretch his point streak to 13 games (12-15—27). In total, Melso has recorded 35-64—99 on the year, good for 3rd in the NA3HL.

2nd Star: Zakary Sparks, F, Skylands Kings

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): — James Clarke, F, Skylands Kings — Dinmukhamed Dzhangarashev, D, Binghamton Jr. Senators

 

 

South Star of the Week: Ivan Matveev - Louisiana Drillers

Ivan Matveev

After being held off the scoresheet for three consecutive games, Matveev erupted for four goals in two wins over Mid Cities last week, including a game-winner and a cumulative +6 rating. Friday saw him log a pair of goals in a 7-3 win, including the sealing strike, before again nabbing two on Saturday to fuel a closer 3-1 decision for the Drillers. Prior to last week’s action, Matveev had not scored more than once in a single game this season. 

2nd Star: CJ Boothe, G, College Station Spirit

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Mitch Dolese, D, Louisiana Drillers

 

 

West Star of the Week: Brendan Studioso - North Iowa Bulls

Brendan Studioso

The Bulls could not have asked for a better week, posting consecutive wins over top Central team St. Louis at home. Studioso played an important role in both contests, with two or more points and a +3 rating in each. He was a star playmaker in Friday’s win, setting up two goals, before finding twine himself on Saturday along with another two assists. Studioso has posted 11 points on his current six-game point streak, and ranks second on the Bulls with 20-30—50 in 40 games this year. 

2nd Star: Cam Fagerlee, F, North Iowa Bulls

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): None

 

Stars of the Week Week of February 14, 2019sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Flavien Fondadouze - Coulee Region Chill

Flavien Fondadouze

Last week’s action was a key opportunity for the Chill to gain ground on the division-leading Blues as they faced off against St. Louis at home three times, taking two wins in that span. Fondadouze was stellar in each hotly contested matchup, logging at least a point in each game after being held pointless in his last outing. He setup the comeback-sparking tally on Friday, scored on Saturday to keep Coulee Region within a goal and absolutely starred on Sunday with two goals and an assist on the GWG. 

2nd Star: Jake Berry, D, Milwaukee Power

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Ivan Bilyy, D, Milwaukee Power — Steve Delikat, F, Wisconsin Whalers — Austin Keil, F, Peoria Mustangs — Matthew Monreal, F, St. Louis Jr. Blues — Jack Radley, F, Peoria Mustangs — Nathan Sargent, F, St. Louis Jr. Blues — Donny Schultz, F, Coulee Region Chill — Trevor Timm, F, Wisconsin Whalers

 

 

Coastal Star of the Week: Cade Lambdin - Long Beach Sharks

Cade Lambdin

The Sharks took a pair of tough losses against Northeast last week, but Lambdin’s stellar season rolled on nonetheless as he accounted for every Sharks tally across their two games. Saturday saw him score twice and assist another in a 4-3 loss before posting his third hat-trick of the season in a 10-3 defeat on Sunday. Lambdin’s 29-25—54 stat line leads all Sharks skaters as he gears up to head to Attleboro for the NA3HL Top Prospects Tournament next Monday. 

2nd Star: Deacon More, D, Northeast Generals

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): None

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Karl Zodda - Butte Cobras

Karl Zodda

No netminder saw more action between the pipes than Zodda, who faced a stunning 202 shots in back-to-back games and stopped an unheard of 94 and 96 pucks in each respective contest.  The Utah native netminder kept his team somewhat within striking distance in both contests, suffering 5-2 and 7-2 defeats despite seeing a whopping 101 shots in each tilt. Zodda’s last three games have seen him post 74, 94 and 96 saves with remarkable .937, .931 and .950 save percentages in that span, and despite his 1-19-0-0 record on the year, he still boasts a respectable .915 mark through 20 games. 

2nd Star: Vadim Zubkov, F, Missoula Jr. Bruins

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Logan Cooksy, G, Yellowstone Quake — Jack Harris, F, Yellowstone Quake — Ian McIntosh, D, Helena Bighorns — Danny Ramos, D, Gillette Wild — Drew Scites, G, Great Falls Americans — Justin Sullivan, D, Helena Bighorns — Gage Thompson, F, Gillette Wild — Evan Williams, G, Missoula Jr. Bruins

 

 

Northeast Star of the Week: Elijah Morris - Oswego Stampede

Elijah Morris

Morris’ fantastic season continued last week, as the Stampede’s scoring leader recorded nine points in three wins, effectively featuring on nearly half of Oswego’s 22 goals. The offensive-minded blueliner posted 2g, 2a on Friday, another two goals on Saturday and scored again on Sunday alongside two more helpers to push his season total to 56 points, good for first among Stampede skaters and fifth among NA3HL defensemen. Morris also went +3, +4 and +5 in each respective tilt, padding his +/- stats from a 0 rating to +12 in just one week of play. 

2nd Star: Zach Burkhart, F, Skylands Kings

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): — James Clarke, F, Skylands Kings — Thomas Liebold, F, Binghamton Jr. Senators —  Ben White, G, Oswego Stampede

 

 

South Star of the Week: Zach Smith - Louisiana Drillers

Zach Smith

Louisiana faced a tough test on the road last week, heading to Mid Cities for a three-game set against the Stars, but passed easily with three straight wins and 20 goals in that span. Of those 20, Smith played a part in eight, scoring two and setting up six to lead the Drillers to victory. A goal and an assist on Friday, two apples on Saturday and his second four-point effort of the season (1g, 3a) on Sunday lifted Smith to 12-27—39 on the year, good for a share of 15th among NA3HL blueliners and fifth among the entire Drillers roster. 

2nd Star: Trevor Borlace, D, College Station Spirit

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Cole Thomas Johnson, F, Atlanta Capitals — Andrei Rusakov, F, Atlanta Capitals — Blake Siewertsen, F, Louisiana Drillers

 

 

West Star of the Week: Sam Ayd - New Ulm Steel

Sam Ayd

With six assists in his last previous five games, Ayd entired the week on a strong streak and carried it through with an impressive five assists in three games. The playmaking blueliner logged one assist on Friday and three on Saturday as the Steel topped Alexandria in back-to-back tilts — a key pair of results as it enabled New Ulm to leapfrog the Blizzard for the final playoff spot in the West — before logging another helper in Sunday’s tough shootout loss to North Iowa. Ayd has now posted nine assists on his current five-game point streak, and boasts 11 in his last eight outings. 

2nd Star: Jimmy McDermott, F, North Iowa Bulls

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Brad Amundson, F, Granite City Lumberjacks — Henry Baribeau, G, New Ulm Steel — Jack Giddings, North Iowa Bulls — Tom Nagle, D, Granite City Lumberjacks

 

 

Stars of the Week Week of February 6, 2019sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Austin Keil - Peoria Mustangs

Austin Keil

Keil and the Mustangs took the ice once last week, running riot in an 11-1 win over Wausau on Friday. The Bloomington, IL native was unstoppable in the contest, bagging a whopping five goals – including the game-winner – and one assist to stretch his point streak to three games (10 points in that span). The tilt marked Keil’s second five-goal effort of the season and fourth outing with three or more points this year.

2nd Star: Ivan Galaguzov, F, St. Louis Jr. Blues

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Bret Bauer, F, Peoria Mustangs – Chuck Bay, F, Milwaukee Power – Jake Berry, D, Milwaukee Power – Stepan Ruta, F, Wisconsin Whalers – Caleb Sauer, G, Wisconsin Whalers – Tom Yurisich, D, St. Louis Jr. Blues

 

Coastal Star of the Week: Valeri Rykov - L/A Nordiques

Valeri Rykov

With points in each of his six games played since first taking the ice with the Nordiques on January 4, Rykov was already hot as he tallied seven points in a pair of wins over Maine and Northeast last week. The Russian forward scored twice in each contest – making it now three consecutive games and six out of eight tilts this season with two goals – and nabbed three assists to round out a 15-goal weekend for L/A. Rykov’s pair of goals on Saturday came with the man-advantage, sealing his first multi-PPG performance of the year.

2nd Star: None

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): None

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Austin Leadbetter - Missoula Junior Bruins

Austin Leadbetter

Leadbetter entered last week with goals in back-to-back matchups, then doubled that streak in a pair of wins over Yellowstone. Friday saw him record a goal and a helper to stretch his point streak to four games. Leadbetter then finished strong on Saturday with the game-winning goal and three assists, bringing his four-game streak total to 4-6—10. In total, Leadbetter ranks eighth amoung Bruins skaters with 8-16—24 in 32 outings this season.

2nd Star: Gage Thompson, F, Gillette Wild

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Cody Dearing, F, Great Falls Americans – Ty Dittman, F, Missoula Jr. Bruins – Jack Harris, F, Yellowstone Quake – Jacob Kaminski, F, Gillette Wild – Payton McSharry, F, Great Falls Americans – Evan Snyder, D, Yellowstone Quake

 

Northeast Star of the Week: Zach Bell - Binghamton Junior Senators

Zach Bell

Binghamton took on Oswego in back-to-back matchups last week, with the Senators taking wins in both by a combined 14-1. Bell factored in on half of those goals with one goal and six assists, marking his second and third straight games with three or more points. On Friday, he set up three tallies in a 5-0 win before adding a goal and three more helpers during the Senators’ 9-1 romp. Binghamton’s fifth-ranked scorer now boasts 29-43—72 in just 31 games this year, good for 16th among NA3HL skaters.

2nd Star: Jake Cicalese, F, Skylands Kings

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Kavan Johnson, G, Skylands Kings

 

South Star of the Week: Stuart Pearson - Texas Brahmas

Stuart Pearson

As Texas swept through a three-game set against Mid Cities last week, Pearson found his footing in a big way after three straight pointless games. The Wisconsin native found twine in all three contests and added two assists along the way to move into fifth in Brahmas scoring. Pearson netted the game-winner on Friday, a power-play marker on Saturday and closed out the weekend with a strong two-goal, two-assist effort on Sunday as Texas strengthened its hold on the South Division.

2nd Star: Bryce Runyan, G, Texas Brahmas

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): None

 

West Star of the Week: Michael Savelkoul - New Ulm Steel

Michael Savelkoul

The resurgent Steel nabbed two wins over Willmar and Rochester last week as they climbed to within three points of fourth-place Alexandria out west. Savelkoul was instrumental in both, scoring twice in Friday’s win over the Warhawks and posting the game-winning goal in overtime as New Ulm topped second-place Rochester. Savelkoul now boasts 5-2—7 on his current four-game point streak and ranks sixth on the Steel with 13-15—28 in 33 games this season.

2nd Star: David Mulligan, G, Granite City Lumberjacks

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Henry Baribeau, G, New Ulm Steel – Brandon Connett, F, Alexandria Blizzard – Ville Hyttinen, G, Alexandria Blizzard – Jimmy McDermott, F, North Iowa Bulls – Hank Nagel, D, North Iowa Bulls – Tom Nagle, D, Granite City Lumberjacks

 

Stars of the Week Week of January 30, 2019sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Brady Lindauer - Coulee Region Chill

Brady Lindauer

Lindauer led the Chill to their fourth and fifth consecutive wins with a stunning 14 points in two games. The high-power Coulee Region attack lit the lamp 30 times over the weekend, with Lindauer factoring in on nearly half of those to take over the NA3HL scoring lead with 102 points in just 38 games this season. His highlight performance came on Friday as he potted five goals and set up four more to record his second nine-point game of the campaign. Saturday then saw him tally two goals and three assists as the Chill won once more.

2nd Star: Zachary Eddington, D, Peoria Mustangs

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Chuck Bay, F, Milwaukee Power – Mikael Foucher, G, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Maris Graudins, F, Milwaukee Power – Austin Keil, F, Peoria Mustangs – Thomas Magnavite, F, Coulee Region Chill – Matthew Monreal, F, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Tanner Mros, F, Wisconsin Whalers – Caleb Sauer, G, Wisconsin Whalers

 

Coastal Star of the Week: Michael Lempiainen - New England Stars

Michael Lempiainen

With their playoff spot in hand, Lempiainen and the Stars knocked off Maine and Cape Cod over the weekend for their eighth win in a row to move within six points of second place. Lempiainen bagged two goals and an assist across the pair of contests, with no point bigger than his overtime game-winner on Friday to help New England topple Maine 2-1. Saturday featured a comfortable 9-1 win for the Stars, with Lempiainen chipping in a goal and a helper to extend his personal point streak to seven games.

2nd Star: Kolye Bankauskas, F, Northeast Generals

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Carson Asper, F, Northeast Generals

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Vadim Zubkov - Missoula Junior Bruins

Vadim Zubkov

Much like Lindauer, Zubkov led an already-hot offense to a pair of key wins over Yellowstone as Missoula grapples with Gillette for the final Frontier playoff spot. The Russian forward nabbed nine points on 16 Bruins goals over the weekend after going pointless in his last outing, including burying his seventh hat-trick of the season and an assist on Saturday. Friday also featured a stout outing from Zubkov, as he scored once and set up four other markers. Remarkably, three of Zubkov’s four goals last weekend came while shorthanded to push him into a four-way tie atop the NA3HL with five SHG’s this season.

2nd Star: Dylan Rumpke, F, Yellowstone Quake

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jack Harris, F, Yellowstone Quake – Austin Leadbetter, F, Missoula Jr. Bruins – Drew Scites, G, Great Falls Americans – Nate Simpson, D, Great Falls Americans – Gage Thompson, F, Gillette Wild – Coleman Varty, F, Gillette Wild

 

Northeast Star of the Week: Mike Padgeon - Binghamton Junior Senators

Mike Padgeon

The Senators faced a strong test from two games against Northeast over the weekend but passed with flying colors, thanks to a pair of game-winners by Padgeon. The forward tallied once to seal a 2-1 victory for Binghamton on Friday, before posting his fourth hat-trick of the year – and second in his last four games – alongside two assists in a 9-2 win over the Generals on Saturday. That outing marked Padgeon’s fourth five-point game in his last six tilts and stretched his point streak to eight games (13g-12a-25pts in that span).

2nd Star: Zach Burkhart, F, Skylands Kings

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Steven Ford, F, Skylands Kings – Eric Melso, F, Binghamton Jr. Senators

 

South Star of the Week: Andrei Rusakov - Atlanta Capitals

Andrei Rusakov

The Capitals went 1-2 in a three-game set against Texas over the weekend, but Rusakov starred throughout the string of games with four goals and a helper in that frame. The Ukrainian forward turned in back-to-back two-goal efforts on Friday and Saturday before adding an assist on Sunday, effectively accounting for two-thirds of Atlanta’s offense. The affairs marked Rusakov’s fourth and fifth multi-goal outings on the season, and the second time that two of those have come in consecutive order for him this year.

2nd Star: Jack Cooper, F, Texas Brahmas

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Cole Thomas Johnson, F, Atlanta Capitals – Blake Siewertsen, F, Louisiana Drillers – Zach Smith, D, Louisiana Drillers

 

West Star of the Week: Ike Taraszewski - Alexandria Blizzard

Ike Taraszewski

Alexandria tallied another pair of crucial upset wins this weekend to make it four wins in a row against higher-ranked divisional opponents, and Taraszewski featured heavily in both. On Wednesday, the Blizzard edged top-ranked Granite City 2-1 on the back of Taraszewski’s overtime winner as well as an assist from the Minnesota native. Taraszewski matched that performance with another 1g, 1a effort to guide the Blizzard past North Iowa 4-2 on Saturday. Taraszewski has now scored in five straight outings after recording a single goal in his first 20 games.

2nd Star: Jordan Olson, D, Granite City Lumberjacks

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jack Giddings, F, North Iowa Bulls – Kyle Hayden, G, Alexandria Blizzard – Jimmy McDermott, F, North Iowa Bulls – Grant Troumbly, F, Granite City Lumberjacks

 

Stars of the Week Week of January 24, 2019sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Justin Schwartzmiller - Wisconsin Whalers

Justin Schwartzmiller

Wisconsin picked up a pair of divisional wins over the weekend to stay on track in their battle with Peoria for the fourth and final playoff spot in the Central. Schwartzmiller spearheaded the Whalers’ attacking efforts with a pair of assists and a +3 rating against Wausau on Thursday, followed by two goals – including the game-winner in overtime – in a 4-3 upset of second-ranked Milwaukee. Schwartzmiller now boasts four consecutive multi-point performances and has potted 10 goals in his last five outings.

2nd Star: Brandon Ratzloff, F, Coulee Region Chill

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jeff Bishop, D, Wisconsin Whalers – Will Baginski, F, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Mikael Foucher, G, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Thomas Magnavite, F, Coulee Region Chill

 

Coastal Star of the Week: Cade Lambdin - Long Beach Sharks

Cade Lambdin

As the Sharks split a weekend back-to-back with Skylands, Lambdin made his mark with two points in each contest, stretching his personal point streak to eight games with 13 points in that span. The Newport, MI native logged a pair of assists and went +2 in an 8-5 loss on Friday before helping Long Beach rebound with two goals in a 6-5 win over the Kings on Saturday. The goals were Lambdin’s first in his last four games, but pushed his season total to an impressive 24 in just 31 games.

2nd Star: None

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): None

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Gage Thompson - Gillette Wild

Gage Thompson

Thompson and the Wild had a field day on offense over the weekend, dropping Yellowstone in two games by a combined 15-3 as the Valley City, ND native logged six points across the two games. Friday saw Thompson score once and set up two goals, while Saturday featured a two-tally effort from the forward to go with another helper. Thompson has now scored in four straight games, part of a run of 11 goals in seven games for him.

2nd Star: Christian Ward, F, Missoula Jr. Bruins

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Connor Frye, D, Missoula Jr. Bruins – Connor Fuchs, D, Bozeman Icedogs – Luke Hartge, F, Yellowstone Quake – Jens Juliussen, F, Great Falls Americans – Jacob Kaminski, F, Gillette Wild – Mikael Levokari, G, Bozeman Icedogs – Jack Olson, F, Great Falls Americans – Dylan Rumpke, F, Yellowstone Quake

 

Northeast Star of the Week: Steven Ford - Skylands Kings

Steven Ford

Ford entered last week already hot with points in three straight, and kept the good times rolling with six more in two games en route to a split with Long Beach. Ford turned in his second straight 2g, 1a performance on Friday to lead Skylands to an 8-5 win before playing setup man on Saturday with three assists in a 6-5 loss. Ford’s now-five-game point streak has seen him record 11 total points, including three straight three-point performances.

2nd Star: Thomas Liebold, F, Binghamton Jr. Senators

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Dylan Saccone, F, Skylands Kings

 

South Star of the Week: Blake Siewertsen - Louisiana Drillers

Blake Siewertsen

The Drillers battled to a pair of wins over Mid Cities in a three-game set last weekend as the top teams both continue to jockey for position in the South. Siewertsen featured heavily for Louisiana, posting five points across the three-game span that saw him net the game-winning goal in both of the Drillers’ victories. The Kentwood, MI native also bagged another goal and two assists, as well as a cumulative +3 rating in the tough divisional matchups.

2nd Star: Josh Linn, F, Mid Cities Jr. Stars

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Blake Campbell, D, Mid Cities Jr. Stars – Mitch Dolese, D, Louisiana Drillers

 

West Star of the Week: Kyle Hayden - Alexandria Blizzard

Kyle Hayden

Hayden turned in two titanic efforts between the pipes over the weekend for Alexandria, backstopping the Blizzard to a pair of upset wins over Rochester with 49 saves on 51 total shots and a shutout. On Friday, Hayden and the Blizzard topped the Grizzlies 3-2 with the netminder turning aside 32 of 34 pucks for the win. Saturday was even more impressive, as Hayden stopped all 17 Grizzlies shots to pick up his third shutout of the campaign – and second in his last three starts – and lift Alexandria to a 3-0 victory.

2nd Star: Jacob Berkowitz, F, Breezy Point North Stars

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Gunner Bourassa, D, Breezy Point North Stars – Zack DeBoom, F, Granite City Lumberjacks – Tucker Kruse, Alexandria Blizzard – Grant Troumbly, F, Granite City Lumberjacks

 

Stars of the Week Week of January 16, 2019sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Blake Holmes - Coulee Region Chill

Blake Holmes

A three-game weekend set saw the Chill take a pair of wins, topping Wausau and splitting with New Ulm. Coulee Region had its usual offensive production up front, but also received a boost from the back end as Holmes chipped in a goal in each game and six total points on the weekend. Holmes twice found twine with the man-advantage, and went +4 through the week. He also logged multi-point games on both Thursday and Sunday, marking the 10th time in his last 13 games the blueliner has posted two or more points. 

2nd Star: Brandon Hay, F, Peoria Mustangs

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Benjamin Beversdorf, F, Milwaukee Power — Caleb Beversdorf, F, Milwaukee Power — Sam Hanson, F, Wisconsin Whalers — Brady Lindauer, F, Coulee Region Chill — Matthew Monreal, F, St. Louis Jr. Blues — Justin Schwartzmiller, F, Wisconsin Whalers — Jacob Wiethaupt, St. Louis Jr. Blues

 

 

Coastal Star of the Week: Connor Barter - New England Stars

Connor Barter

Barter saw action just twice last week but made sure his impact was heavily felt in both contests. The Lowell, MA native potted his first hat-trick of the season on Saturday before adding two more tallies to his total on Sunday, when he also nabbed the game-winner. Barter’s five-goal outburst eclipsed his previous two-game high of four from Oct. 6-7.

2nd Star: Valeri Rykov, F, L/A Nordiques

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Carson Asper, F, Northeast Generals — Sam Frechette, F, L/A Nordiques — Michael Lempiainen, F, New England Stars — Deacon More, D, Northeast Generals — Tom Spero, G, Maine Wild

 

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Vadim Zubkov - Missoula Junior Bruins

Vadim Zubkov

It was a banner outing for Zubkov on Friday as his Bruins toppled second-ranked Helena 8-3 in a game that saw him post a stunning seven points for the second time this season. The Russian forward potted four goals and three helpers to lead his team to victory. And while Missoula dropped Saturday’s rematch, Zubkov still posted a pair of goals, and now boasts 10 markers in his last five games. 

2nd Star: Ben Rinckey, F, Great Falls Americans

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Shane Phillips, G, Gillette Wild — Hendrik Robel, D, Great Falls Americans — Gage Thompson, F, Gillette Wild — Christian Ward, F, Missoula Jr. Bruins

 

 

Northeast Star of the Week: Kavan Johnson - Skylands Kings

Kavan Johnson

Johnson was titanic in goal for Skylands last week with a pair of wins over Oswego and a total save percentage of .953. On Saturday, he faced down 33 of 34 shots and allowed just one goal in a close 2-1 win. Sunday featured more of the same from Johnson despite being on the back end of the back-to-back set, as the netminder turned aside 29 of 31 in a 4-2 victory. 

2nd Star: Mike Padgeon, F, Binghamton Jr. Senators

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Zach Burkhart, F, Skylands Kings — Greg Simmons, F, Binghamton Jr. Senators

 

 

South Star of the Week: Thomas Held - Texas Brahmas

Thomas Held

The Brahmas took two crucial wins on the road at Louisiana last weekend, and while potting 10 goals in two games is certainly a recipe for success, the play of netminder Held was key to Texas’ victories. Held started both games in the back-to-back, even after a monster 45-save showing in a 5-1 win on Saturday. The Orchard Park, NY native followed that effort up with another strong performance on Sunday, allowing just two goals on 34 shots in a 5-2 win for the sweep. In total, Held recorded a stellar .959 save percentage with 77 combined saves across his two starts. 

2nd Star: Josh Linn, F, Mid Cities Jr. Stars

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Ben Cope, D, Louisiana Drillers — Cal Couell, D, Texas Brahmas — Brendan Fehlig, F, College Station Spirit — Matthew Taylor, F, Mid Cities Jr. Stars — Drew Wotta, F, Louisiana Drillers

 

 

West Star of the Week: Grant Troumbly - Granite City Lumberjacks

Grant Troumbly

The Lumberjacks had a bit of a gauntlet to run last week with a road game at Rochester and two at St. Louis, but made it look easy with comfortable wins in all three. Troumbly was at the center of their efforts, scoring in each contest and recording an assist in two. Troumbly’s goal on Saturday stood as the game-winner as the Lumberjacks took the first tilt against the Central Division-leading Jr. Blues. The Bovey, MN native now boasts goals in five straight outings after being held off the scoresheet for two in a row at the Showcase in December. 

2nd Star: Michael Savelkoul, F, New Ulm Steel

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Keegan Bauman, F, New Ulm Steel — Jacob Berkowitz, F, Breezy Point North Stars — Cameron Fagerlee, F, North Iowa Bulls — Casey Hormann, D, Breezy Point North Stars — David Mulligan, G, Granite City Lumberjacks — Dysen Skinner, G, North Iowa Bulls

 

 

Stars of the Week Week of January 9, 2019sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Justin Schwartzmiller - Wisconsin Whalers

Justin Schwartzmiller

The Whalers bolstered their playoff hopes last weekend with a pair of wins over third-ranked Peoria to move within six points of the fourth spot in the Central Division. Schwartzmiller was at the center of Wisconsin’s refocused attack, posting four goals across the two contests, including a hat-trick in Saturday’s 5-3 win. Two of his three tallies in that game came while shorthanded – his first markers of that kind this season. Schwartzmiller now boasts goals in four of his last five games, and his 17 goals and 30 points are both second only to teammate Sam Hanson among Whalers skaters.

2nd Star: Brandon Ratzloff, F, Coulee Region Chill

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Aslan Akervik, F, Coulee Region Chill – Mikael Foucher, G, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Caleb Sauer, G, Wisconsin Whalers – Jacob Wiethaupt, F, St. Louis Jr. Blues

 

Coastal Star of the Week: Zack Mullen - L/A Nordiques

Zack Mullen

Mullen took the ice twice last weekend in a pair of L/A victories over Long Beach. The Parkside, PA native was in fine form after going pointless in the prior contest, logging a total of 1-6—7 on the weekend to lead all Coastal Division Star of the Week nominees. Friday saw him take up the playermaker mantle with four helpers, while Saturday featured a balanced approach from Mullen with a goal and two assists. Mullen’s marker was just his second PPG of the season.

2nd Star: Cade Lambdin, F, Long Beach Sharks

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Valeri Rykov, F, L/A Nordiques

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Mikael Levokari - Bozeman Icedogs

Mikael Levokari

Levokari’s remarkable season went full steam ahead in last week’s play, as the Finnish netminder took a pair of wins over Missoula, 3-2 and 5-2 on Friday and Saturday. Levokari turned aside 62 of 66 total shots across the two games – good for a .939 save percentage – and allowed just two goals in each contest to stretch his current 2.00 GAA or lower streak to four games. Subsequently, his personal winning streak also hit four games with his two wins last week.

2nd Star: Darren Donovan, F, Helena Bighorns

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Daniel Davis, D, Bozeman Icedogs – Cody Dearing, F, Great Falls Americans – Jack Harris, F, Yellowstone Quake – Luke Hartge, F, Yellowstone Quake – Garrett Peters, F, Great Falls Americans – Justin Sullivan, D, Helena Bighorns

 

Northeast Star of the Week: Markus Cook - Binghamton Junior Senators

Markus Cook

Cook led all Northeast Division Star of the Week nominees with seven points in just two games last week, breaking him out of a four-game funk that saw him put up a single assist, which came back on December 17th at the Showcase. Cook logged two goals and an assist on Friday in a win over Skylands, finding twine on a power-play in the contest. He then switched to setup duties on Saturday with four assists. Cook now boasts 59 points in 31 outings this season, good for 19th in the NA3HL.

2nd Star: Adam Morgan, F, Niagara Falls Powerhawks

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jake Cicalese, F, Skylands Kings – Tanner Coleman, D, Oswego Stampede – Manny Legace, G, Oswego Stampede – Jacob Robertson, D, Niagara Falls Powerhawks – Josh Sears, G, Skylands Kings

 

South Star of the Week: Mitch Dolese - Louisiana Drillers

Mitch Dolese

Looking to keep pace with Texas atop the South Division, Dolese and the Drillers topped a scrappy Spirit side twice over the weekend in a back-to-back that featured five total points from the blueliner. Dolese posted a pair of assists in Friday’s win before scoring twice and assisting another on Saturday. The second win marked Dolese’s fourth multi-goal game of the season, and featured his second PPG of the campaign. Dolese currently ranks fourth among all NA3HL defensemen with 15-19—44 on the year.

2nd Star: Quinn Yeager, G, Atlanta Capitals

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Alejandro Apud, F, Louisiana Drillers – Blake Forystek, G, College Station Spirit – Jason Ladzinksi, F, Atlanta Capitals

 

West Star of the Week: Dylan Mattson - Alexandria Blizzard

Dylan Mattson

Entering the weekend on a two-game pointless skid, Mattson set a few season firsts as he broke out in a big way with two goals and a helper on Friday to help the Blizzard to a 4-1 win over Breezy Point. The occasion marked Mattson’s first multi-goal game and first with three or more points in a single game this season. Saturday saw him post two assists, signaling his first back-to-back set of games with multiple points in 2018-19 as well.

2nd Star: Peter Verstegen, F, North Iowa Bulls

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Evan Junker, D, North Iowa Bulls – Blake Spetz, F, Granite City Lumberjacks Lumberjacks – Grant Troumbly, F, Granite City Lumberjacks

 

Stars of the Week Week of January 4, 2019sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Matthew Monreal - St. Louis Jr. Blues

Matthew Monreal

The Blues toppled Wausau with relative ease on the 30th, and Monreal accounted in some fashion for nearly half of St. Louis’ seven strikes. The forward bagged two goals and a helper on the night, helping his side extend their lead atop the Central Division with the rout. Monreal now boasts points in eight straight outings, including five goals in his last two games.

2nd Star: Jaden Gardner, G, Peoria Mustangs

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Will Baginski, F, St. Louis Jr. Blues — Connor Bennett, F, Peoria Mustangs

 

 

Coastal Star of the Week: No Award

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Payton McSharry - Great Falls Americans

Payton McSharry

McSharry erupted in Great Falls’ three games in the final week of 2018, posting 7-5—12 in that span to lead the Americans to victories in each contest. The Anchorage, AK native started off the set of fixtures with a goal and an assist in a tight 4-3 win over Bozeman, then doubled his production the next day with 2g, 2a against Butte. McSharry’s crowning moment(s) came against Missoula on New Year’s Eve, as he notched four goals and two assists in a 10-3 romp past the Bruins. After being held off the scoresheet in the opening two games of the Showcase, McSharry has put up 14 points on his current four-game streak. 

2nd Star: Mikael Levokari, G, Bozeman Icedogs

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Cody Dearing, F, Great Falls Americans — Jack Harris, F, Yellowstone Quake — Elliot Plourde, F, Helena Bighorns — Trevor Prince, F, Missoula Jr. Bruins — Dylan Rumpke, F, Yellowstone Quake — Carver Thompson, G, Helena Bighorns — Vadim Zubkov, F, Missoula Jr. Bruins

 

 

Northeast Star of the Week: No Award

 

South Star of the Week: No Award

 

West Star of the Week: Tom Nagle - Granite City Lumberjacks

Tom Nagle

Top-ranked Granite City flexed its muscle in one game last week, dropping the Blizzard 7-1 on New Year’s Eve. Nagle led from the blue line in the contest, posting a goal and three assists to lead all skaters in the contest and end a personal three-game pointless drought. Nagle’s tally came on the power play — just his third goal with the man-advantage this season. The outburst also helped the blueliner reach a point-per-game pace for the season, now boasting 23 points in as many games.

2nd Star: Dysen Skinner, G, North Iowa Bulls

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Hunter Schwehr, F, Granite City Lumberjacks — Peter Verstegen, F, North Iowa Bulls

 

 

Stars of the Week Week of December 20, 2018sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Austin Keil - Peoria Mustangs

Austin Keil

Keil played a stout role both before and during Peoria’s Showcase run, logging six points in four total games last week. Keil bagged two helpers in a game against Wausau on the 14th to whet his scoring appetite for the Showcase. He then posted back-to-back two-goal efforts, including the GWG in both contests against New England (OT) and Mid Cities. Dating back to Nov. 11, Keil has been held off the scoresheet in two outings, recording 7-12—19 in that span.

2nd Star: Blake Holmes, D, Coulee Region Chill

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Anthony Caserta, F, Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts – Tanner Eskro, F, Wausau Riverwolves – Mikael Foucher, G, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Jaden Gardner, G, Peoria Mustangs – Sam Hanson, F, Wisconsin Whalers – Luke Hefty, D, Wisconsin Whalers – Brady Lindauer, F, Coulee Region Chill – Matthew Monreal, F, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Deric Richison, F, Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts

 

Coastal Star of the Week: Dino Mukovoz - Long Beach Sharks

Dino Mukovoz

Mukovoz saw action in just two of Long Beach’s three contests at the Showcase, but his impact was clearly felt in both games as he led all Sharks skaters with four points in Blaine despite missing out on Monday. The Lithuanian forward logged an assist in a lopsided loss to Coulee Region on Sunday, then potted 1-2—3 in Tuesday’s closer loss to a strong Missoula team. Mukovoz was also a +3 across the two contests, despite the scorelines.

2nd Star: Kolye Bankauskas, F, Northeast Generals

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Chandler Bilodeau, F, Maine Wild – Luke Church, F, Maine Wild – Darren Nathan, G, Long Beach Sharks

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Sterling Morin - Bozeman Icedogs

Sterling Morin

Playing just his first games at the junior level during the Showcase, Morin stepped into the Icedogs lineup and fit in immediately with two goals – including the game-winner over Skylands – in his first outing. Morin then followed that performance up with a goal in each of Bozeman’s two remaining Showcase matchups, striking on the power-play on Monday and marking his team’s only goal on Tuesday.

2nd Star: Austin Leadbetter, F, Missoula Jr. Bruins

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Misha Akatnov, F, Missoula Jr. Bruins – Eric Berglund, G, Helena Bighorns – Luc Cross, F, Helena Bighorns – Mikael Levokari, G, Bozeman Icedogs – Payton McSharry, F, Great Falls Americans – Jack Olson, F, Great Falls Americans

 

Northeast Star of the Week: Nick Snyder - Oswego Stampede

Nick Snyder

Snyder has been on a tear as of late with points in four straight entering the Showcase and kept his good times rolling in Blaine, finding the scoresheet in each contest. Sunday saw the Clay, NY native score his team’s only goal against Rochester. Snyder followed that up with an assist on Monday against Bozeman, and another tally on Tuesday that put the Stampede ahead in the third period before the Stars came back to win on overtime.

2nd Star: Trevor Christopher, D, Skylands Kings

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Colin Burgess, G, Oswego Stampede – Kavan Johnson, G, Skylands Kings

 

South Star of the Week: Bryce Runyan - Texas Brahmas

Bryce Runyan

The Brahmas could not have asked for a better Showcase showing, posting three wins over three other first-place teams to stretch their win streak to a whopping 10 games and strengthen their hold on the South Division. Runyan was a star in two of those contests, stopping 19 of 19 in a shutout of the Helena Bighorns and turning aside 15 of 15 in a shared game with teammate Thomas Held against Binghamton. Since Oct. 12, Runyan has won seven of eight appearances with a .900 or higher save percentage in each victory.

2nd Star: Garrett Schnorr, F, College Station Spirit

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Brandon Fehlig, F, College Station Spirit – Josh Linn, F, Mid Cities Jr. Stars – Ryan Muckensturm, F, Mid Cities Jr. Stars – Brody Nielsen, F, Atlanta Capitals – Riley Sloane, F, Louisiana Drillers – Andrue Trelstad, F, Texas Brahmas – Drew Wotta, F, Louisiana Drillers

 

West Star of the Week: Cooper Hoheisel - Breezy Point North Stars

Cooper Hoheisel

The North Stars impressed many at the Showcase last week, taking all three of their games by a combined 14-6 score. Hoheisel was held off the scoresheet in Breezy Point’s first outing against the NAPHL Selects, but made his presence felt in a big way in their remaining two outings, notching the game-winning goal in each contest and a hat-trick in the second of those. 

2nd Star: Vladislav Sorokin, F, Rochester Grizzlies

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Keegan Bauman, F, New Ulm Steel – Jarod Blackowiak, F, North Iowa Bulls – Dylan Borseth, F, Breezy Point North Stars – Jake Ford, F, New Ulm Steel – Evan Junker, D, North Iowa Bulls – Bailey Sommers, F, Granite City Lumberjacks – Grant Troumbly, F, Granite City Lumberjacks

 

Stars of the Week Week of December 12, 2018sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Deric Richison - Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts

Deric Richison

 As the Thunderbolts continue to hunt an elusive first win of the season, Richison has emerged as a star that is certain to figure into Evansville’s success moving forward. The Pinkerington, OH native found the scoresheet in six of his first 13 games this season, but erupted for 4-1—5  in three games against Wausau last week. Richison netted once Friday and Saturday, then capped off his slate of games with a pair of goals and an assist for his third multi-point outing of the year, and first with at least three points.

2nd Star: Matthew Monreal, F, St. Louis Jr. Blues

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jake Berry, D, Milwaukee Power – Benjamin Beversdorf, F, Milwaukee Power – Anthony Caserta, F, Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts – Jaden Gardner, G, Peoria Mustangs – Thomas Magnavite, F, Coulee Region Chill – Brandon Ratzloff, F, Coulee Region Chill – Tom Yurisich, D, St. Louis Jr. Blues

 

Coastal Star of the Week: Kolye Bankauskas - Northeast Generals

Kolye Bankauskas

With just two goals in his five previous outings, Bankauskas was due for a breakout last week, and did so to the tune of 5-1—6 against New England, Long Beach and Maine. A 5-4 midweek OT loss to the Stars saw him notch one goal, while Saturday featured a more potent attack as Bankauskas tallied twice in a 3-1 victory. His starring effort came on Sunday, where the Coventry, RI native bagged another pair of goals – once on the power play, once while shorthanded – and added a helper to fuel a 6-0 Northeast win.

2nd Star: Cade Lambdin, F, Long Beach Sharks

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Tami Merilainen, D, Northeast Generals – Jack Pensa, F, Long Beach Sharks

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Zach VanCompernolle - Gillette Wild

Zach VanCompernolle

VanCompernolle took the ice just once last week, helping the Wild top Yellowstone 7-0 on Friday. But the 6’6”, 233lbs defenseman made his presence felt in all facets of the game, most noticeably on the scoresheet. VanCompernolle logged a whopping five assists in the win and went +3 on the night, making it two straight games with multiple helpers (seven total in two contests) and a collective +8 across his last four contests. VanCompernolle now boasts 5-20—25 in 24 games this year, which leads all Wild blueliners.

2nd Star: Dylan Olson, F, Great Falls Americans

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Michael Allman, G, Yellowstone Quake – Brady Boyce, F, Great Falls Americans – Cody Grogan, G, Gillette Wild – Ricards Groskops, D, Helena Bighorns – Jack Harris, F, Yellowstone Quake – Trevor Prince, F, Missoula Jr. Bruins – Alexander Rogers, G, Helena Bighorns – Evan Williams, G, Missoula Jr. Bruins

 

Northeast Star of the Week: Steven Ford - Skylands Kings

Steven Ford

Like his Frontier Division counterpart, Ford saw action just once last week as his Kings fell to Long Beach 9-5 in a scoring-laden affair. Ford carried quite the offensive load, though, with a goal and three helpers to account for four of Skylands’ five tallies. His four points on Friday tied him for the most in the contest with the Sharks’ Avery Matthews, who bagged two goals and two assists. Ford went scoreless through four games in November, but has since logged a point or more in two games since the calendar turned to December, moving him into a tie for first in Skylands scoring with 10-24—34 in just 23 games this season.

2nd Star: Wade Moak, F, Oswego Stampede

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Khole Hibbert, F, Skylands Kings – Ben White, G Oswego Stampede

 

South Star of the Week: Andrei Rusakov - Atlanta Capitals

Andrei Rusakov

Rusakov and Atlanta find themselves perhaps a bit further back in the South Division race than they would like, trailing second-place Louisiana by nine points and first-place Texas by 11, but the Ukrainian forward played a key role for the Caps last week as they went 2-1-0 against Mid Cities – who trail them by just two points for third place – in three games last week. Rusakov scored in each of Atlanta’s first two games, including a shorthanded strike on Saturday as he helped fuel a pair of Capitals wins. Atlanta’s third-leading scorer had his four-game point streak snapped by the Stars’ shutout win on Sunday, but has certainly heated up as of late with 5-7—12 in his last eight games and six multi-point postings in that span.

2nd Star: Drew Wotta, F, Louisiana Drillers

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Riley Sloane, F, Louisiana Drillers – Quinn Yeager, G, Atlanta Capitals

 

West Star of the Week: Jake Ford - New Ulm Steel

Jake Ford

New Ulm pulled off not one, but two impressive results in back-to-back games on the weekend, knocking off top-ranked Granite City 3-2 and 6-5 (OT) to hand the Lumberjacks just their fourth and fifth losses of any fashion this season. Ford was at the center of it all, notching the game-winning tally in BOTH contests as he netted a total of three goals across the two games. Both winning markers came at the crucial moment, as Ford took the win at the death on Saturday, finding twine with just 21 seconds remaining in regulation. He then followed that clutch performance with another, scoring with 24 seconds left in overtime on Sunday for his second strike of the game.

2nd Star: Vladislav Sorokin, F, Rochester Grizzlies

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Lukas Brockman, F, Breezy Point North Stars – Jordan Cooper, F, New Ulm Steel – Matthew DeRosa, F, Rochester Grizzlies – Tom Nagle, D, Granite City Lumberjacks – Ryan Pogue, F, Granite City Lumberjacks – Carson Simon, F, Breezy Point North Stars – Dysen Skinner, G, North Iowa Bulls – Peter Verstegen, F, North Iowa Bulls

 

Stars of the Week Week of December 5, 2018sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Mikael Foucher - St. Louis Jr. Blues

Mikael Foucher

As the Blues continue to gain ground on Milwaukee in the Centra Division race, Foucher’s work in backstopping a pair of victories over the Power was outstanding. Allowing a total of just four goals on 69 shots, Foucher earned wins in both matchups — on Saturday and Sunday. The first game needed a shootout to be decided as well, where Foucher shut down the three Power skaters. Foucher finished with a .942 save percentage across his two starts last week, and now boasts an 11-2-1-0 record this season. 

2nd Star: Jaycob Bland, F, Peoria Mustangs

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Chuck Bay, F, Milwaukee Power — Noah Brandau, G, Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts — Nathan Cole, F, Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts — Anthony Fortin, F, Wisconsin Whalers — Luke Hefty, D, Wisconsin Whalers — Brady Lindauer, F, Coulee Region Chill — Connor Losen, D, Coulee Region Chill — Jake Peterson, D, Milwaukee Power — Jarod Wisely, F, Peoria Mustangs - Tom Yurisich, D, St. Louis Jr. Blues

 

 

Coastal Star of the Week: JP Chauvin - L/A Nordiques

JP Chauvin

Chauvin found the scoresheet multiple times in each of L/A’s three outings last week, stretching his point streak from the blue line to nine straight games as the Nordiques earned their 11th, 12th and 13th victories in a row. Friday saw him notch three assists in a win over Cape Cod — his 11th three-plus point outing in 25 games this season. On Saturday, Chauvin took a starring role in a key win over Northeast — who had won 13 in a row coming into the contest — as he assisted on one goal and netted the game-winner to cap off a late-game comeback and help L/A win 3-2. Chauvin rounded out his weekend with yet another multi-point showing, this time adding two helpers in another win over the Islanders. His strong weekend now has Chauvin leading all NA3HL blueliners with 15-41—56 in just 25 outings this season. 

2nd Star: Tami Meriläinen, D, Northeast Generals

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Colby Audette, F, L/A Nordiques — Luke Church, F, Maine Wild — John Driscoll, G, Northeast Generals — Andrew Ghimpeteaneau, G, Maine Wild

 

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Coleman Varty - Gillette Wild

Coleman Varty

Varty — Gillette’s leading scorer — paced the Wild’s offensive efforts over the weekend once again, notching five points in two games. Friday saw him bag a goal and a helper to go alongside a +3 rating. Saturday featured more of the same, as Varty found twine once more, this time on the power-play, and add two more assists. Varty was held pointless through two games from Nov. 17-23, but has since regained his form to post nine points across his last three outings. 

2nd Star: Connor Fuchs, D, Bozeman Icedogs

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Michael Allman, G, Yellowstone Quake — Ethan Becker, D, Gillette Wild — Logan Cooksy, G, Yellowstone Quake — George Nuutinen, F, Great Falls Americans — Brandon Peterson, D, Great Falls Americans — Trevor Prince, F, Missoula Jr. Bruins — Alexander Rogers, G, Helena Bighorns — Isaac Smoldon, F, Bozeman Icedogs

 

 

Northeast Star of the Week: Dinmukhamed Dzhangarashev - Binghamton Junior Senators

Dinmukhamed Dzhangarashev

Dzhangarashev provided a steady jolt to the Senators’ offense from the blue line last week with five points in two games. On Friday, he netted twice and assisted another pair as Binghamton topped Skylands. The rematch on Saturday, while a much closer contest, still heavily featured Dzhangarashev as he was one of three Senators to score in a first-period flurry of three goals that served as enough to win the 3-1 contest. After a largely streaky season from a point-production standpoint, Dzhangarashev has recent come alive on the scoresheet, potting 12 points in his last six games. 

2nd Star: Kavan Johnson, G, Skylands Kings

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Dylan Candleana, F, Oswego Stampede — Trevor Christopher, D, Skylands Kings — Cherokee Fox, G, Oswego Stampede — Manny Sigal, D, Niagara Falls Powerhawks

 

 

South Star of the Week: Brody Nielsen - Atlanta Capitals

Brody Nielsen

Though his Capitals went 1-2 against division rival Louisiana last week, Nielsen was a key cog in each of Atlanta’s efforts, scoring in each game and adding four helpers along the way. The Newport, MI native factored in on each of the Capital’s two goals on Friday with 1g, 1a. Saturday saw Atlanta take an 8-2 win thanks to a goal and three assists from Nielsen, whose four points led all skaters in the contest. On Sunday, Nielsen capped off his weekend with another goal — his team-leading 23rd of the season. 

2nd Star: Parker Mara, F, Texas Brahmas

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Hayden Watzka, F, Louisiana Drillers — Drew Wotta, F, Louisiana Drillers

 

 

West Star of the Week: Carson Simon - Breezy Point North Stars

Carson Simon

With goals in each of his last two outings coming into the week’s action, Simon was already riding a high as he broke out with four goals in two contests last week. Friday’s 8-7 win over Willmar was his crown jewel, as Simon notched a hat-trick in spectacular fashion, netting two third-period goals to tie the game and force OT, then tallying the game-winner in extra time. He then carried his strong play into Saturday, notching an assist and a +2 rating in a 5-4 loss to Granite City. 

2nd Star: Hunter Schwehr, F, Granite City Lumberjacks

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jarod Blackowiak, F, North Iowa Bulls — Zack DeBoom, F, Granite City Lumberjacks — Jimmy McDermott, F, North Iowa Bulls — Dan Wieber, D, Breezy Point North Stars

 

 

Stars of the Week Week of November 28, 2018sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Chuck Bay - Milwaukee Power

Chuck Bay

Bay’s whopping now-22-game point streak featured 3-4—7 from the Duluth, MN native in three games last week, boosting him to the top spot among Power scorers and third in the NA3HL. With 2-1—3 on Wednesday, 1-2—3 on Friday (including the game-winning tally) and another assist on Saturday, Bay has recorded points in every game except one this season, boasting two or more points in 17 of those 22. His five game-winning goals are tied for the most in the NA3HL after his last clinching strike against Wausau on Saturday, and despite failing to find twine with the man-advantage last week, his nine power-play strikes are also tied atop the league ranks.

2nd Star: Ethan Dabbs, F, Milwaukee Power

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): none

 

Coastal Star of the Week: Devun Schneider - Northeast Generals

Devun Schneider

Schneider saw action between the pipes just once last week, but made quite the impact with 50 saves on 52 shots in a 6-2 Northeast win over Cape Cod on Sunday. With the Generals ahead 4-2 entering the final 20 minutes, Schneider stood tall and withstood 17 shots in the final frame alone to help seal his team’s win. The native of Huntley, IL set several season-bests on Sunday with a .962 save percentage and 2.00 GAA, and his 50 saves were a new single-game high for Schneider this season. He also now boasts five straight victories dating back to Oct. 12. 

2nd Star: Andrew McCormick, D, L/A Nordiques

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Josh Dimond, D, Northeast Generals — Daniel Miller, G, L/A Nordiques

 

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Dominic Canic - Bozeman Icedogs

Dominic Canic

The Icedogs went 1-0-1 last week to stretch their point streak to four straight contests, with Canic leading the way in the form of a goal and seven assists in the two outings — effectively accounting for each of his team’s eight total goals in some fashion. The Zagreb, Croatia native’s strong showings garnered the most points last week among NA3HL forwards, and he has now recorded two or more helpers in four straight games. Canic assisted on all four Icedogs goals in Friday’s 4-0 win over Butte, before following that performance up with his first goal in eight games and three more assists to again feature in each of his team’s goals in a close 5-4 OT loss to Missoula. 

2nd Star: Jens Juliussen, F, Great Falls Americans

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Michael Allman, G, Yellowstone Quake — Gage Blatter, F, Bozeman Icedogs — Luc Cross, F, Helena Bighorns — Darren Donovan, F, Helena Bighorns — Cody Grogan, G, Gillette Wild — Luke Hartge, F, Yellowstone Quake — Payton McSharry, F, Great Falls Americans — Coleman Varty, F, Gillette Wild

 

 

Northeast Star of the Week: No Award

 

South Star of the Week: Drew Wotta - Louisiana Drillers

Drew Wotta

Since being held pointless in two straight games on Nov. 10 and 11, Wotta has exploded for two or more points in each of five contests since then, totaling 7-5—12 in that span. Last week’s tripleheader with Atlanta saw his Drillers take two of three from the Capitals, with Wotta notching two goals on Saturday, two assists on Sunday and another two tallies to cap off the series on Monday. Only four other skaters boast more points than Wotta since Nov. 12, and his four goals last week were tied for the league-most in that span.

2nd Star: Tyler Blanchard, F, Texas Brahmas

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jason Ladzinski, F, Atlanta Capitals — Ivan Matveev, F, Louisiana Drillers — Gunner Moore, D, Atlanta Capitals

 

 

West Star of the Week: Sam Ayd - New Ulm Steel

Sam Ayd

The Steel won two of three games last week to reach hockey .500 and move to within four points of Alexandria in fourth place out west, thanks in large part to standout defenseman Sam Ayd. The blueliner featured in each game’s scoring, assisting on a goal in Wednesday’s win over Willmar, helping out on both Steel strikes in Friday’s loss and posting 1-2—3 in Saturday’s 4-3 win over Breezy Point. Ayd’s six-point showing ranked tied for second among NA3HL defensemen last week.

2nd Star: Vladislav Sorokin, F, Rochester Grizzlies

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jared Cammarata, F, New Ulm Steel — Cam Fagerlee, F, North Iowa Bulls — Tom Nagle, D, Granite City Lumberjacks — Ryan Pogue, F, Granite City Lumberjacks — Dysen Skinner, G, North Iowa Bulls

 

 

Stars of the Week Week of November 22, 2018sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Zach Lodes - St. Louis Jr. Blues

Zach Lodes

Lodes led all NA3HL players with nine points in two games from 11/12-11/18, helping St. Louis to a pair of wins in the Central Division. The Ballwin, MO native posted three assists in Saturday’s win, then capped off his weekend with a whopping five goals and a helper in Sunday’s rematch with Evansville for his third and fourth multi-point efforts of the season. Lodes also went +10 across the two contests, marking the first two matchups in which he has posted a +3 rating or better in 20 games this season. Lodes currently ranks tied for fifth in Blues scoring with 11g-11a-22pts on the year.

2nd Star: Chuck Bay, F, Milwaukee Power

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jake Berry, D, Milwaukee Power — Noah Brandau, G, Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts — Ben Giessinger, D, Peoria Mustangs — Luke Hefty, D, Wisconsin Whalers — Sean Hofstetter, F, St. Louis Jr. Blues — Tanner Mros, F, Wisconsin Whalers — Roman Muminawatum, F, Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts — Nick Ulrich, D, Peoria Mustangs

 

 

Coastal Star of the Week: Preston Phelps - Northeast Generals

Preston Phelps

Phelps and the Generals had a full three-game weekend on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, but never let it slow them down. Northeast went 3-0-0 on the weekend, including a pair of back-to-back wins in Oswego. Phelps was consistently impressive, notching multiple points in each contest — the only General to do so — and racking up 3g-4a-7pts through his team’s tripleheader. He recorded the game-winning goal and two assists in Friday’s win over Cape Cod, added another GWG and a helper on Saturday and bagged 1g, 1a on Sunday to effectively double his point production for the season in just one weekend. Phelps now boasts 6g-8a-14pts in 18 games this season.

2nd Star: Cole Ouellette, D, L/A Nordiques

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Kolye Bankauskas, D, Northeast Generals

 

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Elliot Plourde - Helena Bighorns

Elliot Plourde

After being held off the scoresheet for just the first time all season on Nov. 2, Plourde responded with five points in the following two games, and continued to roll last week with four goals and an assist in a pair of Helena wins over Gillette. Friday saw the Seattle native notch his third hat-trick of the season, along with an assist and a +5 rating. On Saturday, Plourde tacked on a shorthanded tally to make it 16 of 18 outings in which he has lit the lamp in 2018-19. Plourde’s 24 goals this season are tied for sixth amongst NA3HL skaters, and only two other players boast more goals in fewer games.

2nd Star: Evan Williams, G, Missoula Jr. Bruins

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Michael Allman, G, Yellowstone Quake — Nick Castro, F, Yellowstone Quake — Trent Cowden, D, Great Falls Americans — Michail Gavrilenko, F, Helena Bighorns — Hayden Groth, F, Bozeman Icedogs — Isaac Smoldon, F, Bozeman Icedogs — Coleman Varty, F, Gillette Wild — Vadim Zubkov, F, Missoula Jr. Bruins

 

 

Northeast Star of the Week: Eric Melso - Binghamton Junior Senators

Eric Melso

Trailing only teammate Mike Padgeon in the NA3HL scoring race, Melso has been on a tear with 62 points 22 games this year as the Jr. Senators continue their dominance in the Northeast Division. Last week featured some balanced attacking play from the native of Philadelphia, as he potted 3g-4a-7pts in two contests for Binghamton. On Friday, he scored once and helped out on two other tallies for his ninth game with three or more points. Saturday saw him have a hand in each of Binghamton’s four tallies, as Melso nabbed two goals and two assists in a 4-2 win over New England. Melso went +5 on the weekend, and ranks third in the league with a season-long +54 to date.

2nd Star: Dylan Gulick, F, Oswego Stampede

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jared Berry, D, Oswego Stampde — Kavan Johnson, G, Skylands Kings — Dylan Saccone, F, Skylands Kings

 

 

South Star of the Week: Mitch Dolese - Louisiana Drillers

Mitch Dolese

Dolese started the season with multiple points in three out of four games, but was limited to one point or fewer in all but one of the succeeding contests leading into last week’s action. In three games from 11/12-11/18, Dolese erupted once more, potting five goals and three assists — finding the scoresheet in each game — to rank tied for second in scoring in that span. Monday night saw him nab an assist in a 3-2 OT loss to Texas, before adding two more helpers and scoring for the first time in nine games on Saturday. Dolese finished the week strong with a remarkable four-goal effort from the blue line in Lousiana’s second win of the back-to-back.

2nd Star: Jason Ladzinski, F, Atlanta Capitals

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Tucker Alspaugh, D, Louisiana Drillers — Gunner Moore, D, Atlanta Capitals

 

 

West Star of the Week: Brendan Studioso - North Iowa Bulls

Brendan Studioso

Riding a streak of three games with at least two points — a streak that would have been six games had he not been held to a single point on Nov. 11 — Studioso kept the good times rolling with 2g-3a-5ps in North Iowa’s back-to-back wins over Breezy Point. Studioso posted a goal and an assist on Saturday and 1g, 2a on Sunday, moving to within a point of team scoring leader Matt Dahlseide. In total, Studioso has found the scoresheet in 15 of 19 games this season, including each one of his last 11 outings. He has also kept a plus-rating in each of his last six games, going +13 in that span. 

2nd Star: Bailey Sommers, F, Granite City Lumberjacks

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jordan Olson, D, Granite City Lumberjacks — Joey Petronack, D, North Iowa Bulls — James Spaargaren, F, New Ulm Steel

 

 

Stars of the Week Week of November 14, 2018sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Jake Berry - Milwaukee Power

Jake Berry

With win in three straight, Milwaukee has cruised to a 15-2-1 record thus far in their first NA3HL campaign. Defenseman Jake Berry has been a key aspect of their high-powered offense, providing 8g-32a-40pts from the blue line this season. Last week, Berry was at his best, posting a goal and a stunning 12 assists on Friday, four goals and a helper on Saturday, and another two assists on Sunday for a three-game total of 5g-15a-20pts last week alone, effectively doubling his season-long point production to date. The Brookfield, WI native is currently riding a five-game point streak, and has found the scoresheet in 13 of 16 outings this season.

2nd Star: Sam Hanson, F, Wisconsin Whalers

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Chuck Bay, F, Milwaukee Power – Jake Faulkner, D, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Mikael Foucher, G, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Kody Kifer, F, Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts – Brady Lindauer, F, Coulee Region Chill – Roman Muminawatum, F, Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts – Brandon Ratzloff, F, Coulee Region Chill – Caleb Sauer, Wisconsin Whalers

 

Coastal Star of the Week: Colby Audette - L/A Nordiques

Colby Audette

As L/A continues its five-game win streak, so too does Audette on his current 12-game point streak, during which he has posted 33 points, including eight in last week’s three games. Friday saw him light the lamp once and help out on four other tallies for his sixth game with three or more points. Audette then followed that effort up with a goal on Saturday and two more assists on Sunday. The Nordiques’ leading point-getter now boasts 16g-23a-39pts in just 18 games this season, good for a 2.17 pt/g pace and a share of 11th in NA3HL scoring.

2nd Star: Dixson Root, F, Long Beach Sharks

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Nathanael Carr, D, Long Beach Sharks

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Misha Akatnov - Missoula Junior Bruins

Misha Akatnov

Posting an eight-goal weekend and becoming the NA3HL’s all-time leading goalscorer is a surefire way to earn Star of the Week honors. Akatnov has scored in nine of his 10 outings this season – including 12 tallies on his current five-game lamplighting streak – and was as potent as ever last week. A hat-trick and four assists on Friday marked his highest single-game scoring output of the season, before following it up with five goals, three assists on Saturday to raise that bar one point higher. In just 10 games, Akatnov has posted 23g-18a-41pts, and has set a blazing pace with 4.10 pt/g – nearly twice the points-per-game of the second-ranked skater.

2nd Star: Gage Thompson, F, Gillette Wild

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Ethan Becker, D, Gillette Wild – Ricards Groskops, D, Helena Bighorns – Mikael Levokari, G, Bozeman Icedogs – Justin Ohnstad, F, Great Falls Americans – Elliot Plourde, F, Helena Bighorns – Evan Snyder, D, Yellowstone Quake – Viktor Wennberg, G, Great Falls Americans – Will Yates, F, Yellowstone Quake – Vadim Zubkov, F, Missoula Jr. Bruins

 

Northeast Star of the Week: Mike Padgeon - Binghamton Junior Senators

Mike Padgeon

The NA3HL’s leading scorer was held off the scoresheet for just the third time in 19 games prior to last week’s action, but bounced back in a big way with 13 points in two games on Saturday and Sunday. Padgeon twice found twine and added two assists in the first game, then erupted for four goals – including the game-winner – and five helpers on Sunday, marking his ninth and tenth outings with three or more points in 23 outings this season. With his winning effort on Sunday, the Philadelphia native’s now four GWG’s on the year rank tied for second in the league.

2nd Star: Zakary Sparks, F, Skylands Kings

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Josh Sears, G, Skylands Kings

 

South Star of the Week: Jason Ladzinski - Atlanta Capitals

Jason Ladzinski

With Ladzinski leading the way, Atlanta picked up three crucial wins last week as they look to catch up to the big dogs in the South Division. The Norcross, GA native paced the Caps’ attack with a pair of goals and four helpers on Friday for his fifth three-plus point effort, then notched another goal and an assist in Saturday’s win. Sunday saw him go cap off a strong weekend with two more goals and three assists to bring his six-game point streak total to 19 points. Ladzinski also found twine on special teams in each contest, notching a shorthanded tally on Friday and a power-play strike on both Saturday and Sunday.

2nd Star: Thomas Held, G, Texas Brahmas

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Tyler Blanchard, F, Texas Brahmas – Nick Sleeper, D, Atlanta Capitals

 

West Star of the Week: Jarod Blackowiak - North Iowa Bulls

Jarod Blackowiak

Blackowiak failed to record a point through his first four contests this season, but has been as consistent as they come ever since. With points in seven of eight outings since then, the Eden Prairie, MN native has seemingly broken out this season, and his eight-point weekend stands as testament. Friday saw him record a whopping four goals – just one game after he nabbed his first multi-goal effort of the season – while Saturday featured more of the same, as Blackowiak recorded another hat-trick and added an assist. Blackowiak recorded a shorthanded tally in each contest, and his third goal on Friday stood as the game-winner.

2nd Star: Grant Troumbly, F, Granite City Lumberjacks

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Daymin Dodge, F, Granite City Lumberjacks – Harrison Stewart, D, North Iowa Bulls

 

Stars of the Week Week of November 7, 2018sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Maris Graudins - Milwaukee Power

Maris Graudins

Milwaukee continued its standout inaugural campaign with a weekend split against rival St. Louis last week, and leading goal-scorer Graudins was in fine form. Friday night saw the Jurmala, Latvia native take control of the game with a pair of goals in the third period, sealing Milwaukee’s 2-1 comeback win over the Jr. Blues. Saturday’s rematch featured more from Graudins, who nabbed a goal and a helper in the 6-5 loss. Graudins’ 12 tallies on the season lead the Power, and he boasts 10 points in his current six-game streak.

2nd Star: Trevor Smith, G, Peoria Mustangs

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Will Baginski, F, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Jake Berry, D, Milwaukee Power – Noah Brandau, G, Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts – Sam Hanson, F, Wisconsin Whalers – Brandon Hay, F, Peoria Mustangs – Dante Jones, F, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Connor Losen, D, Coulee Region Chill – Thomas Magnavite, F, Coulee Region Chill – Trevor Minard, D, Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts – Justin Schwartzmiller, F, Wisconsin Whalers

 

Coastal Star of the Week: Cade Lambdin - Long Beach Sharks

Cade Lambdin

After being held pointless for just the fourth time this season on Oct. 28, Lambdin bounced back in a big way with a four-point effort in Friday’s OT loss to Maine. The forward posted his fifth outing with three or more points this season thanks to a goal and three assists, which led all skaters in the 6-5 contest. Lambdin continues to pace the Sharks in both goals and points, and has posted 7g-8a-15pts in his last seven outings.

2nd Star: Regan Wintle, F, Maine Wild

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Deacon Moore, D, Northeast Generals - Dino Mukovoz, F, Long Beach Sharks – Jeffrey Sidoit, F, Northeast Generals

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Hazen McKay - Bozeman Icedogs

Hazen McKay

Few players have been as consistent as McKay in 2018-19 – the forward’s stunning 2.92 pt/G pace ranks second in the league – and the Bozeman native was firing on all cylinders last week. Four goals and a pair of helpers in Friday’s win, followed up by another two tallies on Saturday, lofted McKay to Star of the Week status in short order. With his eight-point effort across last week’s two games, McKay now boasts at least one goal in 12 of his 13 games this season, having registered 16g-10a-26pts on his current nine-game streak.

2nd Star: Dominic Canic, F, Bozeman Icedogs

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): None

 

Northeast Star of the Week: Colin Burgess - Oswego Stampede

Colin Burgess

Shutting down the Binghamton Jr. Senators this season has been a tall task for any netminder – and doing so twice would take an otherworldly effort. But Oswego’s Burgess proved more than up to the task, stifling the high-octane Sens to just three goals in his two starts as the Stampede offense took care of the rest to knock off Binghamton twice last week. Burgess posted .958 and .978 save percentages in the respective starts, and stopped a stunning total of 90/93 pucks in that span. Burgess has also recorded a .910 save percentage or higher in each of his last seven starts, bringing his season-long total to a .932 in 12 appearances.

2nd Star: Dylan Dinzik, D, Skylands Kings

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Rich Hart, D, Oswego Stampede – Kavan Johnson, G, Skylands Kings

 

South Star of the Week: Josh Linn - Mid Cities Jr. Stars

Josh Linn

Linn starred for Mid Cities early and often in its tripleheader against College Station, totaling eight goals and five assists in three games last week. Friday saw the Eagle River, AK native pot his first hat-trick of the year while helping on three other tallies. Linn posted another pair of goals on Saturday in a 6-2 win, then capped off his weekend with yet another hat-trick and two more assists. Linn currently ranks tied for third in the NA3HL in goals with 21 on the year, having scored in 12 of 15 outings this season.

2nd Star: Kevin Lake, G, Louisiana Drillers

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jason Ladzinski, F, Atlanta Capitals – Blake Siewertsen, F, Louisiana Drillers – Connor Simpson, F, Mid Cities Jr. Stars

 

West Star of the Week: Peter Verstegen - North Iowa Bulls

Peter Verstegen

Verstegen suffered a four-game pointless skid in October, but has since exploded for a five-game point-streak that saw him put up back-to-back two-goal showings last week. The Oshkosh, WI native netted a pair in Friday’s 5-3 win over Alexandria, including the game-winner, before notching another two goals in Saturday’s rematch. Three of his four strikes last week came on the man-advantage, with his PPG streak now hitting three games. The Bulls’ leading goal-scorer has now potted 13 on the year, and ranks tied for second on the team with 20 total points.

2nd Star: Nathan Andrade, F, New Ulm Steel

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Dan Fielding, G, Breezy Point North Stars – Evan O’Connor, F, Breezy Point North Stars – Connor Poczos, G, North Iowa Bulls – Hunter Schwehr, F, Granite City Lumberjacks – Cory Stormer, F, New Ulm Steel – Grant Troumbly, F, Granite City Lumberjacks

 

Stars of the Week Week of November 1, 2018sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Aaron Dickstein - Milwaukee Power

Aaron Dickstein

The Power returned to their winning ways with a pair of victories on the weekend, each backstopped by Dickstein. The Dayton, OH native earned his second Star of the Week title on the back of 46 saves on 48 shots across two games, notching .964 and .950 save percentages in the respective starts. Dickstein now boasts wins in 11 of his 13 starts this season and has suffered just one regulation loss, allowing three or fewer goals in all but one of his outings.

2nd Star: Blake Holmes, D, Coulee Region Chill

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Ty Barnhill, G, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Bret Bauer, F, Peoria Mustangs – Chuck Bay, F, Milwaukee Power – Mikael Foucher, G, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Austin Keil, F, Peoria Mustangs – Gabriel Lessard, G, Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts – Trevor Minard, D, Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts – Brandon Ratzloff, F, Coulee Region Chill

 

Coastal Star of the Week: Colby Audette - L/A Nordiques

Colby Audette

With points in seven straight contests leading into last week’s action, Audette had already broken out this season. But 10 points in two outings marked another milestone achievement for the Colchester, VT native, who is producing at a 2.07 pt/game pace through the young season. On Saturday, Audette notched his second hat-trick of the season – including the game-winner – and three helpers, then followed with another goal and three assists on Sunday. He currently ranks second on the Nordiques in scoring with 24g-17a-31pts in 15 games.

2nd Star: Tami Merilainen, D, Northeast Generals

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Steven Gerbis, F, Northeast Generals

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Luke Hartge - Yellowstone Quake

Luke Hartge

After being held pointless through the first three games of the season, Hartge has erupted for points in seven of eight contests since then, posting 19g-1a-20pts in that span. On Friday, his offensive efforts hit a new high, as Hartge rattled off each of his team’s SEVEN goals in an 8-7 loss. He then responded on Saturday, tallying a hat-trick to lead his team to a 7-4 win. The Naperville Sabres alum now ranks tied for second among all NA3HLers in goals with 19, four behind Binghamton’s Zach Bell.

2nd Star: Jens Juliussen, F, Great Falls Americans

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jacob Kindestin, G, Yellowstone Quake – Viktor Wennberg, G, Great Falls Americans

 

Northeast Star of the Week: Jeff Zero - Binghamton Junior Senators

Jeff Zero

The Jr. Senators have ripped through the majority of their competition this season, and boasting Zero between the pipes has been a crucial part of their success. The netminder was in fine form on the weekend, winning each of his two starts to stay perfect on the year. The Gouldsboro, PA native stopped a total of 62 of 64 shots in that span, shutting out the Kings in Friday’s contest and limiting them to just two goals on 35 shots on Sunday. Zero has posted a .907 save percentage or higher in all but one of his starts during the campaign, and ranks second among goaltenders with five or more starts with a 1.89 GAA.

2nd Star: None

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): None

 

South Star of the Week: Bryce Runyan - Texas Brahmas

Bryce Runyan

The Brahmas and Mid Cities Jr. Stars faced off twice this week in a clash of titans atop the South Division, with Texas snatching wins in both matchups thanks to some stout goaltending by Runyan. In five starts this season prior to this week’s action, Runyan boasted four wins and a .919 save percentage or better in each victory. He kept the strong performances rolling with 57 saves on 61 shots across the two rivalry contests, limiting the the Jr. Stars to two goals in each game. Only the Brahmas and Louisiana Drillers have managed to hold the Jr. Stars’ offense to two goals or fewer this season, making Runyan’s back-to-back showings even more impressive.

2nd Star: Riley Sloane, F, Louisiana Drillers

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Brandon Morgan, F, Louisiana Drillers

 

West Star of the Week: Hunter Schwehr - Granite City Lumberjacks

Hunter Schwehr

After seeing his season-opening six-game point streak snapped on Oct. 20 against Wisconsin, Schwehr responded with a pair of multi-point outings on the weekend. Friday saw the Greenville, WI native put up the game-winning goal and two helpers in a 5-2 win over Willmar. Schwehr then netted the game-winner once again on Saturday, and added three assists in a 7-2 victory over the Warhawks. The Lumberjacks’ second-leading scorer has now notched 4g-13a-17pts as the team continues to battle Rochester for the top spot in the West Division.

2nd Star: Matt Dahlseide, F, North Iowa Bulls

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Zack DeBoom, F, Granite City Lumberjacks – Cameron Fagerlee, F, North Iowa Bulls – Ville Hyttinen, G, Alexandria Blizzard – Caleb Strong, F, Alexandria Blizzard

 

Stars of the Week Week of October 24, 2018sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Tristan Trudel - Peoria Mustangs

Tristan Trudel

As Peoria nabbed three out of four possible points from a weekend doubleheader against division rival St. Louis, Trudel stood out with multiple points in each contest. In Friday’s 5-4 OT loss, Trudel posted a pair of helpers, including the primary assist on Blake Finley’s tying effort with just 25 seconds remaining. Saturday’s 3-2 SO win featured more of the same production from the Dunlap, IL native, as he factored in on both Peoria regulation goals, scoring one and assisting on the other. Trudel now boasts points in each of his last five outings, potting 5g-6a-11pts in that span. 

2nd Star: Noah Brandau, G, Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Benjamin Cope, D, Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts – Hunter Muzzillo, D, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Trevor Smith, G, Peoria Mustangs – Jacob Wiethaupt, F, St. Louis Jr. Blues

 

Coastal Star of the Week: Tyler Rudek - Northeast Generals

Tyler Rudek

The Generals had themselves quite the weekend, handing the L/A Nordiques their first loss in 13 games to start the season on Friday and notching another W over Cape Cod on Saturday. Rudek figured as a standout playmaker in both contests, scoring once and setting up a whopping four other tallies in Friday’s 7-2 win over L/A, before following that showing up with a pair of goals and three helpers in Saturday’s 10-5 victory. Rudek has recorded at least a point in every game played so far this season, and has now notched three consecutive five-point efforts.

2nd Star: Cade Lambdin, F, Long Beach Sharks

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Thad Marcola, F, Northeast Generals – Dino Mukovoz, F, Long Beach Sharks

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Mikael Levokari - Bozeman Icedogs

Mikael Levokari

Entering the weekend on a four-game skid, Levokari and the Icedogs got off on the right foot with a 5-0 shutout win over Butte on Friday, followed by an 8-2 defeat of Yellowstone on Saturday. Levokari starred in each contest, facing down 22 of 22 pucks on Friday and 18 of 20 in Saturday’s win. The native of Finland has posted a .900 save percentage or above in four of his five starts this year, and allowed one goal or fewer in three.

2nd Star: Dominic Canic, F, Bozeman Icedogs

 

Northeast Star of the Week: Colin Burgess - Oswego Stampede

Colin Burgess

Despite starting the two of three games last week that Oswego did not win, Burgess’ performances were second to none. On Friday, Burgess turned aside a whopping 55 of 58 shots in a 3-2 OT loss to Binghamton – just the third time that the high-flying Senators have failed to score more than three times in 14 games this season. On Sunday, he helped the Stampede force another overtime with 28 saves on 29 shots in a 2-1 SO loss to Skylands. With a .948 and .966 save percentage in last week’s respective outings and a two-game total of 83 saves on 87 shots, Burgess now boasts seven of nine total starts with a .910 save percentage or higher.

2nd Star: Zach Bell, F, Binghamton Jr. Senators

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Trevor Christopher, D, Skylands Kings – Wade Moak, F, Oswego Stampede – Jacob Robertson, D, Niagara Falls Powerhawks – Zakary Sparks, F, Skylands Kings

 

South Star of the Week: Michael Redmon - Texas Brahmas

Michael Redmon

The Brahmas continue to tussle with Mid Cities atop the South division, and a pair of crucial wins over College Station have them just two points behind the 10-2-0-0 Stars. Redmon led the way for the surging Brahmas last week, starting off the weekend set with a goal and an assist in a 5-0 shutout of the Spirit. The Ann Arbor, MI native then helped Texas explode for a 17-2 win on Saturday, lighting the lamp twice and setting up another quartet of tallies to bring his weekend total to 3g-5a-8pts. Redmon now boasts four straight multi-point outings and has notched at least a point in each of his 11 games played this season, scoring in eight of those.

2nd Star: Samuli Aarinen, G, Louisiana Drillers

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Stephen Guadalajara, D, Mid Cities Jr. Stars - Josh Linn, F, Mid Cities Jr. Stars

 

West Star of the Week: Ryan Pogue - Granite City Lumberjacks

Ryan Pogue

After notching just five points in his first six games, Pogue kicked off his weekend with a bang, notching four goals and an assist in a 17-1 win over Wisconsin on Friday and scoring again in Sunday’s 8-0 win, also over the Whalers. In just two games, the Bemidji, MN native more than doubled his season-long point total and helped his team to a pair of key victories. Pogue also posted a +5 across the two contests, and has featured as a plus-player in six of eight outings in the 2018-19 campaign.

2nd Star: Brendan Studioso, F, North Iowa Bulls

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jimmy McDermott, F, North Iowa Bulls – Bailey Sommers, F, Granite City Lumberjacks

 

Stars of the Week Week of October 17, 2018sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Thomas Magnavite - Coulee Region Chill

Thomas Magnavite

Coulee Region notched a pair of crucial wins last week as they look to gain ground in the Central Division race, and Magnavite’s back-to-back hat-tricks were a main catalyst for the team’s success. The Chicago native posted two assists to accompany his three tallies in Friday’s 10-1 win over Wausau, then followed it up with another triple and a helper on Saturday, putting forth a strong 6g-3a-9pts in his two-game debut last weekend. Magnavite has already climbed up to third in scoring amongst Chill skaters despite not playing in three of their five outings thus far. 

2nd Star: Matthew Griffin, G, St. Louis Jr. Blues

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Chuck Bay, F, Milwaukee Power – Logan Geisness, F, Milwaukee Power – Dante Jones, F, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Brady Lindauer, F, Coulee Region Chill – Jack Radley, F, Peoria Mustangs – Trevor Smith, G, Peoria Mustangs

 

 

Coastal Star of the Week: Marc Faia - Northeast Generals

Marc Faia

After earning Coastal Division Star of the Week honors for his exploits in week five, Faia continued his outstanding play to become the first player in 2018-19 to receive the award in back-to-back weeks. The forward tallied multiple points in each of Northeast’s three contests, posting two goals and two assists in each of the first two outings before capping off his stellar week with another goal and two helpers on Sunday to take over the league scoring lead with 10g-22a-32pts in just 11 games. Faia has recorded at least one point in each game this season — bagging at least a goal per game in his last five — and has only failed to light the lamp in three of those 11 affairs. 

2nd Star: Colby Audette, F, L/A Nordiques

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Thaddeus Marcola, F, Northeast Generals

 

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Luke Hartge - Yellowstone Quake

Luke Hartge

As his team sought its first win of the campaign last week, Hartge stepped up to lead the way with two markers and an assist in Friday’s 6-5 win over Butte as the Quake added a “1” to the “W” column. The Naperville, IL native starred again in the rematch, notching a hat-trick in a tense 8-7 OT loss to the Cobras. After being held off the scoresheet through three games, Hartge has hit his stride with 8g-1a-9pts in his last four outings. 

2nd Star: Payton McSharry, F, Great Falls Americans

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Nick Castro, F, Yellowstone Quake – Valary Dietz, D, Helena Bighorns – Jens Juliussen, F, Great Falls Americans – Kaden Lindberg, F, Helena Bighorns

 

 

Northeast Star of the Week: Steven Ford - Skylands Kings

Steven Ford

Boasting points in seven of his nine games this season, Ford stood tall for Skylands last week’s split with the Long Beach Sharks. The Kings’ co-leading scorer nabbed a goal and an assist on Saturday, a 5-4 win, before striking once again and posting another pair of helpers in Sunday’s loss. Ford has posted multiple points in six consecutive contests dating back to Sept. 29, recording three or more points in four of those showings. 

2nd Star: Greg Simmons, F, Binghamton Jr. Senators

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Trevor Christopher, D, Skylands Kings

 

 

South Star of the Week: Francisco Clark-Silva - Mid Cities Jr. Stars

Francisco Clark-Silva

Mid Cities’ rapid ascent to the top of the South Division standings has been fueled by a run of five consecutive wins over rival Atlanta, and Clark-Silva was a rock between the pipes during two of the three victories last week. The Boulder, CO native turned aside 23 of 25 pucks on Friday for a .920 save percentage — his highest of the year excluding shutouts — before stonewalling all 24 Capitals shots on Saturday to seal the win for the Jr. Stars. Clark-Silva has won six of his seven starts on the young season — good for a share of second among all goaltenders — and boasts a .911 save percentage in that seven-game span. 

2nd Star: Tyler Blanchard, F, Texas Brahmas

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jack Cooper, F, Texas Brahmas – Ryan Muckensturm, F, Mid Cities Jr. Stars

 

 

West Star of the Week: Matthew DeRosa - Rochester Grizzlies

Matthew DeRosa

With points in two straight heading into the week, DeRosa continued to heat up as he extended his streak to four consecutive outings. The forward notched a goal and an assist in a crucial 5-2 win over Breezy Point on Friday, but his crowning moment came in the following contest. DeRosa found twine twice in regulation time during see-saw affair that featured a pair of late goals by the North Stars to force overtime, then netted the game-winner just a minute and a half into the fourth frame to cap off his first hat-trick of the year and help the Grizzlies to a weekend sweep. DeRosa has skated into third in scoring amongst Rochester skaters with 4g-4a-8pts in his last four outings. 

2nd Star: Zack DeBoom, F, Granite City Lumberjacks

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jacob Berkowitz, F, Breezy Point North Stars – James Curran, D, Breezy Point North Stars – Matt Dahlseide, F, North Iowa Bulls – Jordan Olson, D, Granite City Lumberjacks – Harrison Stewart, D, North Iowa Bulls

 

 

Stars of the Week Week of October 10, 2018sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Sam Hanson - Wisconsin Whalers

Sam Hanson

Wisconsin’s leading scorer was in fine form on the weekend, putting up a scorching 19 points in three games. Hanson boasts points in each of his five games played this season, totaling four points in two games prior to his outburst last weekend. On Friday, Hanson lit up the ice with a pair of goals and six assists to go with a whopping +7 rating, before following that showing up with a hat-trick and four helpers on Saturday. Hanson capped off his weekend with another two goals and two assists on Sunday.

2nd Star: Kody Kifer, F, Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Chuck Bay, F, Milwaukee Power – Will Baginski, F, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Benjamin Cope, D, Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts – Anthony Fortin, F, Wisconsin Whalers – Zach Lodes, F, St. Louis Jr. Blues

 

Coastal Star of the Week: Marc Faia - Northeast Generals

Marc Faia

A model of consistency throughout the young season, Faia starred in the Generals’ three games last week. The Everett, MA native notched four helpers in a 10-2 win on Friday – his second four-point effort in two games. He followed that performance up in Saturday’s 8-4 loss, factoring in on each of his team’s tallies with a goal and three assists. In Sunday’s 8-3 defeat, Faia tallied a goal and an assist, and continues to lead all Generals skaters with 5g-16a-21pts in the young season.

2nd Star: Colby Audette, F, L/A Nordiques

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Tyler Rudek, F, Northeast Generals

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Vadim Zubkov - Missoula Junior Bruins

Vadim Zubkov

With nine points in last week’s two games, and 16 total in his last five outings, Zubkov has broken out in a big way for the Bruins. The Raduzhny, RUS native bagged his first hat-trick of the season and added a helper on Sunday, after a solid showing with a goal and four assists on Saturday. Zubkov has also logged a +10 rating across his last four games, registering a +2 or higher in each contest.

2nd Star: Trent Cowden, D, Great Falls Americans

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Ricards Groskopss, D, Helena Bighorns – Hayden Seitz, F, Helena Bighorns – Keith Zobel, F, Missoula Jr. Bruins

 

Northeast Star of the Week: Zach Bell - Binghamton Junior Senators

Zach Bell

Binghamton has blitzed through opponents at the start of the 2018-19 campaign on the back of several key contributors, with one of those, Bell, making the most of his time to shine last week. Bell kicked off the weekend with four goals in the Senators’ 8-4 win over Northeast, before adding another goal and three assists in an 8-3 victory on Sunday. Bell now trails only Elliot Plourde of Helena in goals with 13 on the year, one behind Plourde’s 14.

2nd Star: Elijah Morris, D, Oswego Stampede

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Trevor Christopher, D, Skylands Kings – Mark Mannarn, F, Oswego Stampede – Dylan Saccone, F, Skylands Kings

 

South Star of the Week: Matej Palfy - Texas Brahmas

Matej Palfy

It was a tense trio of games for Texas last week as they took on the stout Louisiana Drillers, and the Brahmas managed to take points from all three contests thanks to performances like that of Palfy. The Kosice, SVK native defenseman found his offensive game after four games without a point to start the season, notching a goal and an assist on Friday, a 5-4 OT loss. Palfy then led Texas’ resurgence on Saturday, notching two goals and an assist en route to a 4-2 win. The blueliner managed an assist in Sunday’s finale, a 6-5 SO loss, and ended the weekend with a +1 rating amongst the plethora of goals on both sides.

2nd Star: Blake Siewertsen, F, Louisiana Drillers

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Francisco Clark-Silva, G, Mid Cities Jr. Stars – Jack Cooper, F, Texas Brahmas – Josh Linn, F, Mid Cities Jr. Stars – Viacheslav Nilov, F, Louisiana Drillers

 

West Star of the Week: Vladislav Sorokin - Rochester Grizzlies

Vladislav Sorokin

Sorokin has featured heavily in Rochester’s attack so far this season, but his goal-scoring hit a new level as the forward notched back-to-back hat-tricks on Friday and Saturday. Friday’s 5-0 shutout win over Willmar featured Sorokin’s first multi-goal of the campaign, as the St. Petersburg, RUS native bagged a power-play tally and the game-winner. Saturday saw another triple from Sorokin as the Grizzlies skated to a 7-1 victory. Sorokin ended the weekend with a +5 rating and moved into a tie with Richard Szabo atop the Rochester scoring race with 7g-4a-11pts in five games this season.

2nd Star: Dysen Skinner, G, North Iowa Bulls

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Noah Bissett, F, Granite City Lumberjacks – Joey Petronack, D, North Iowa Bulls – Bailey Sommers, F, Granite City Lumberjacks

 

Stars of the Week Week of October 3, 2018sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Aaron Dickstein - Milwaukee Power

Aaron Dickstein

As the Power continue their undefeated start to their first NA3HL season, so too does goaltender Aaron Dickstein, who has backstopped Milwaukee to each of its seven consecutive wins in 2018-19. Dickstein starred in last week’s contest with 29 saves on 30 shots, posting a .967 save percentage — the fourth time in seven starts that he has recorded a save percentage of .962 or higher. 

 

2nd Star: Kody Kifer, F, Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Ivan Bilyy, F, Milwaukee Power - Tyler Dorion, G, Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts - Blake Finley, D, Peoria Mustangs - Luke Hefty, D, Wisconsin Whalers - Cody Layne, D, Peoria Mustangs - Kai Tomita, G, Wisconsin Whalers

 

Coastal Star of the Week: JP Chauvin - L/A Nordiques

JP Chauvin

Chauvin was a model of consistency with his playmaking during L/A’s three games last week, notching multiple points in each contest to help the Nordiques maintain their perfect record through the first eight outings. Chauvin nabbed a pair of assists in the 5-2 win over Northeast, a goal and another two assists in a 9-1 victory over Maine and finally, two more helpers to lift the Nordiques over the Generals once more in a 7-6 shootout affair to bring his three-game total to 1g-6a-7pts last week.

 

2nd Star: Cole Therrien, D, Cape Cod Islanders

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Thaddeus Marcola, F, Northeast Generals - Tyler Rudek, F, Northeast Generals - Joshua Sanchez, F, L/A Nordiques

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Misha Akatnov - Missoula Junior Bruins

Misha Akatnov

Despite last week’s two games marking just his first two appearances for Missoula thus far, Akatnov hit the ground running in a big way. The Tyumen, RUS native posted a hat-trick and two assists in his first skate, a 6-5 win over Gillette, then followed it up with another two goals — including the OT game-winner — and an assist in the Jr. Bruins’ 4-3 overtime win again over the Wild. In just two games, Akatnov has moved into third in team scoring with eight points.

 

2nd Star: Darren Donovan, F, Helena Bighorns

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Connor Frye, D, Missoula Jr. Bruins - Justin Sullivan, D, Helena Bighorns

 

Northeast Star of the Week: Steven Ford - Skylands Kings

Steven Ford

Ford was held pointless through his first two outings of the season, but broke out with points in each of Skylands’ three games last week. The forward posted an assist in the Kings’ 7-4 loss to Binghamton on Friday, then notched his first multi-point effort of the season with a goal and an assist in an 8-7 defeat at the hands of Oswego on Saturday. Ford and the Kings finished the week in style, with the Dallas native notching a hat-trick and an assist to help Skylands to its first win in 2018-19 — a 5-4 decision over Oswego on Sunday. 

 

2nd Star: Elijah Morris, D, Oswego Stampede

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jake Cicalese, F, Skylands Kings - Mark Mannarn, F, Oswego Stampede

 

South Star of the Week: Seth McArdle - Mid Cities Jr. Stars

Seth McArdle

Mid Cities romped to a pair of huge wins over College Station last week, and McArdle featured in different roles throughout the offense as he lit the lamp for the first time(s) this season. During Friday’s contest, McArdle struck for three goals — including a shorthanded effort — as he led the way for his team. On Saturday, McArdle found twine once more in a 9-2 win to continue building on his early success.

 

2nd Star: Gunner Moore, D, Atlanta Capitals

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jason Ladzinski, F, Atlanta Capitals - Nick Solema, F, Mid Cities Jr. Stars

 

West Star of the Week: Brett Meister - Alexandria Blizzard

Brett Meister

Meister put forth a pair of strong showings to help the Blizzard to 15-2 and 12-2 wins over Wausau on Friday and Saturday, recording his first goals of the campaign and leading all Alexandria skaters with 5g-6a-11pts through those two contests. The White Bear Lake, MN native nabbed a goal and three assists on Friday, and followed it up with a whopping four goals and three assists on Saturday to boast a team-high 12 points in four games this season. 

 

2nd Star: Richard Szabo, F, Rochester Grizzlies

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Noah Bissett, F, Granite City Lumberjacks - Jake Hessinger, F, Granite City Lumberjacks - Cole Lehmann, D, Alexandria Blizzard - Connor Poczos, G, North Iowa Bulls - Peter Verstegen, F, North Iowa Bulls

 

Stars of the Week Week of September 26, 2018sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Dante Jones - St. Louis Jr. Blues

Dante Jones

After adding three goals and an assist to his totals last week, Jones now leads the Jr. Blues with seven markers on the year — good for a share of fourth in the league. During a pair of closely-contested matchups in Granite City, Jones led the way with a goal in St. Louis’ 2-1 win in the front half of the back-to-back, then followed it up with two more and a helper during their 6-5 OT loss the next day. Jones has tallied at least one point in each of his five games played thus far, including four multi-point outings. 

 

2nd Star: Toon De Schepper, D, Coulee Region Chill

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jake Berry, D, Milwaukee Power - Benjamin Cope, D, Evansville Jr. Thunderbirds - Tyler Dorion, G, Evansville Jr. Thunderbirds - Corey Evers D, Wisconsin Whalers - Anthony Fortin, F, Wisconsin Whalers - Mikael Foucher, G, St. Louis Jr. Blues - Logan Geisness, F, Milwaukee Power - Brady Lindauer, F, Coulee Region Chill 

 

Coastal Star of the Week: Cole Ouellette - L/A Nordiques

Cole Ouellette

The Nordiques’ second-leading scorer (behind fellow nominee Joshua Sanchez) may not have lit the lamp to the extent of his peers last week, but his work as L/A’s setup man boosts him to the top spot. Oullette notched 11 of his 13 total points in three games last week, scoring once and assisting on a whopping 10 goals in that span. His starring role came during his team’s final contest of the week, a 9-1 win over Skylands in which Ouellette scored once and added five helpers to account for two thirds of the Nordiques’ nine strikes. 

 

2nd Star: Ryan Cortez, G, Long Beach Sharks

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Colin Day, D, Northeast Generals - Dylan Demers, D, Maine Wild - Marc Faia, F, Northeast Generals - William Godbout, D, Maine Wild - Michael Lempiainen, F, New England Stars - Dino Mukovoz, F, Long Beach Sharks - Joshua Sanchez, F, L/A Nordiques

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Coleman Varty - Gillette Wild

Coleman Varty

With a pair of goals and six assists in his two games last week, Varty skyrocketed into the top-10 points leaders in the NA3HL, holding a share of fifth with 3g-9a-12pts. Varty broke out in a big way during Gillette’s opening game of last week against Missoula, a 7-4 win which saw the the Pierre, SD native notch two goals and four assists. The Wild’s leading scorer wasn’t done there, however, as he followed up that showing with a two-assist performance in Gillette’s 3-1 win over Missoula the following day. With 12 points in just four games already, the Wild captain looks set to surpass last season’s 24 points in 47 outings in short order.

 

2nd Star: Drew Scites, G, Great Falls Americans

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Michael Allman, G, Yellowstone Quake - John Bannon, F, Missoula Jr. Bruins - Connor Frye, D, Missoula Jr. Bruins - Devin Hofmann, F, Bozeman Icedogs - Henry Kipper, D, Helena Bighorns - Hazen McKay, F, Bozeman Icedogs - Payton McSharry, F, Great Falls Americans - Nicholas Noel, F, Helena Bighorns

 

Northeast Star of the Week: Marcus Cook - Binghamton Junior Senators

Marcus Cook

As Binghamton continues its rampage through the Northeast Division, its players continue to rack up the points. Cook starred for the Jr. Senators this week with four goals and an assist in two games, including a hat trick on Saturday. Cook now ranks tied for second in goals amongst the high-high-scoring Senators with seven markers this season, which gives him a share of fourth in the league. The Bear, DE native has tallied points in each game thus far, posting at least three points in three of the four games he’s played. 

 

2nd Star: Tom Fornabia, G, Skylands Kings

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Khole Hibbert, F, Skylands Kings

 

South Star of the Week: Blake Siewertsen - Louisiana Drillers

Blake Siewertsen

After putting forth a respectable two goals in two games to start the season, Siewertsen exploded for 4g-5a-9pts in two games last week and now shares the scoring lead amongst Drillers skaters. Siewertsen particularly stood out in Louisiana’s 12-1 win over College Station on Saturday, as the forward notched 3g-3a-6pts in the contest. He followed that showing up with another goal and two assists in the 9-1 victory again over the Spirit on Sunday.

 

2nd Star: Michael Redmon, F, Texas Brahmas

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Viacheslav Nilov, F, Louisiana Drillers

 

West Star of the Week: Brendan Studioso - North Iowa Bulls

Brendan Studioso

Studioso notched his first two goals of the season — including the game-winning tally — during North Iowa’s 7-2 win over Breezy Point on Friday, then carried his strong play into Saturday’s 5-1 win over New Ulm with a pair of assists. The Mulkilteo, WA native shares the team lead in points after his breakout week, which saw him more than triple his point total from his first two outings this season.

 

2nd Star: Zack DeBoom, F, Granite City Lumberjacks

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Daymin Dodge, F, Granite City Lumberjacks - Cameron Fagerlee, F, North Iowa Bulls - Peyton Hart, F, Rochester Grizzlies - Lucas Newman, F, Rochester Grizzlies

 

Stars of the Week Week of September 19, 2018sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Jake Faulkner - St. Louis Jr. Blues

Jake Faulkner

The Blues’ star blueliner kicked off his campaign in style, netting 3g-6a-9pts and becoming the NA3HL’s highest-scoring defenseman in 2018-19 as his team opened up their slate of games with a three-game sweep of Evansville. Faulkner chipped in two goals and two assists in the first contest, a 16-0 rout, then followed it up with another multi-point effort in game two, notching three assists in a 6-0 win. He closed out his week with a goal and an assist in the Blues’ 11-0 win on Sunday. 

 

2nd Star: Aaron Dickstein, G, Milwaukee Power

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Noah Brandau, G, Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts - Tyler Dorion, G, Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts - James Lowry, F, Wisconsin Whalers - Matthew Monreal, F, St. Louis Jr. Blues - Tanner Mros, F, Wisconsin Whalers - Ryan Payne, D, Milwaukee Power - Trevor Smith, G, Peoria Mustangs - Tristan Trudel, F, Peoria Mustangs 

 

Coastal Star of the Week: Cade Lambdin - Long Beach Sharks

Cade Lambdin

The NA3HL’s second-leading point-getter came flying out of the gates in Long Beach’s opening two contests of 2018-19. In the Sharks’ 5-2 win over Cape Cod on Friday, Lambdin netted a goal and three assists. He followed that performance up with another strong showing, striking for four goals and two assists in Saturday’s contest to bring his weekend and season-to-date total to 5g-5a-10pts in just two games. 

 

2nd Star: John Driscoll, G, Northeast Generals

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Chandler Bilodeau, F, Maine Wild - Thaddeus Marcola, F, Northeast Generals 

 

Frontier Star of the Week: Lindros Beard - Great Falls Americans

Lindros Beard

Beard posted an assist on the Americans’ game-winning goal in a 3-2 victory over Yellowstone on Friday night, then followed it up with a four-goal romp in their rematch the next day, tying the league high for individual goals in a game. The Copperton, UT native boasts three power-play markers on the year — all scored in that four-goal game on Saturday — which leads the league and marks the most single-game PPG scored by one player this season.

 

2nd Star: Hazen McKay, F, Bozeman Icedogs

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): John Bannon, F, Missoula Jr. Bruins - Darren Donovan, F, Helena Bighorns - Austin Leadbetter, F, Missoula Jr. Bruins - Braxton Lorenz, D, Great Falls Americans - Elliott Plourde, F, Helena Bighorns

 

Northeast Star of the Week: Eric Melso - Binghamton Junior Senators

Eric Melso

Much like his Coastal division counterpart Lambdin, Eric Melso got off to a hot start during his teams’ first two games of the season. Melso found twine four times and added four helpers during Friday’s game, and posted a +8 rating in Binghamton’s 16-2 win. Saturday featured more of the same, with Melso bagging a hat-trick and two assists in a 16-1 victory. Melso currently paces all skaters in both goals and points, and his eight-point outing on Friday is the most tallied by one player in a single game this season.

 

2nd Star: Ben White, G, Oswego Stampede

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Tommy Kilway, F, Oswego Stampede - Josh Mitchell, G, Niagara Falls Powerhawks

 

South Star of the Week: Jason Ladzinski - Atlanta Capitals

Jason Ladzinski

The Atlanta Capitals kicked off their campaign with a trio of impressive wins over the College Station Spirit, and their leading scorer, Jason Ladzinski, led the pack with two or more points in each contest. The Norcross, GA native recorded two assists in the opening outing on Friday, then broke out with a shorthanded goal and three assists the next day. He ended the weekend with a pair of goals and an assist in Atlanta’s third game, and currently ranks tied for fourth in points among NA3HL skaters. 

 

2nd Star: Mitch Dolese, F, Louisiana Drillers

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Tucker Alspaugh, D, Louisiana Drillers - Josh Linn, F, Mid Cities Jr. Stars - Gunner Moore, D, Atlanta Capitals

 

West Star of the Week: Grant Troumbly - Granite City Lumberjacks

Grant Troumbly

The Lumberjacks have only taken the ice once this season, but Troumbly made his mark quickly. The Bovey, MN native potted a hat-trick — including the game-winning goal — and added an assist in Granite City’s opening win over the Rochester Grizzlies. 

 

2nd Star: Matt Dahlseide, F, North Iowa Bulls

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jordan Olson, D, Granite City Lumberjacks - Val Popowski, D, Alexandria Blizzard - Peter Verstegen, F, North Iowa Bulls

 

Stars of the Week Week of September 12, 2018sponsored by Bauer

Central Star of the Week: Ben Beversdorf - Milwaukee Power

Ben Beversdorf
Beversdorf bagged a pair of goals, including a power-play marker, in Milwaukee’s inaugural NA3HL contest against Peoria, a 4-3 victory for the Power. The Hartland, Wisconsin, native then posted a goal and a helper in the second half of Milwaukee’s back-to-back against Peoria, which the Power won 6-3 to stay perfect in the young campaign. Beversdorf currently paces the Power with 3g-1a-4pts in two games.  
 
2nd Star: Jaycob Bland, F, Peoria Mustangs
Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Maris Graudins, F, Milwaukee Power
 
 

Coastal Star of the Week: Noah Carlock - Long Beach Sharks

Noah Carlock
Carlock picked up right where he left off last season, nabbing the game-winning goal and an assist in Long Beach’s opening outing against the Maine Wild. The Sharks’ second-leading scorer during the 2017-18 campaign, Carlock continued his strong play into Long Beach’s second game of the weekend, also against Maine, posting a pair of helpers in his team’s 5-2 victory. 
 
2nd Star: Luke Church, F, Maine Wild
Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Dino Mukovoz, F, Long Beach Sharks
 

Frontier Star of the Week: Kaden Lindberg - Helena Bighorns

Kaden Lindberg
Lindberg was the only Helena player to record multi-point efforts in each of the Bighorns’ two outings last weekend. The Helena native netted a power-play tally and an assist in the Bighorns’ opening win over the Butte Cobras, and followed that performance up with another strike on the man-advantage in their following game against Missoula, adding another two assists in that 5-2 win over the Jr. Bruins as well. 
 
2nd Star: Jack Olson, F, Great Falls Americans
Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Nicholas Noel, F, Helena Bighorns - Drew Scites, G, Great Falls Americans
 

Northeast Star of the Week: No Award

 

South Star of the Week: No Award

 

West Star of the Week: No Award

 
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