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NA3HL players showcase offense on Day 1 of Top Prospects

In front of over 200 college and junior scouts, NA3HL players thrilled the crowds with a nice display of offense on Day 1.    more 

2019 NA3HL Top Prospects gets underway Monday morning

The 2019 NA3HL Top Prospects is final here! Action begins on Monday at 9am.    more 

Generals, Junior Sens win on Sunday

Jeb Barret led Northeast to a shutout of Maine on Sunday.    more 

Saturday Scores: Bulls punch playoff ticket with sweep

Thanks to a weekend sweep of St. Louis, the North Iowa Bulls became the latest team to punch their ticket to the Fraser Cup Playoffs.    more 

Friday Finals: Chill making push for Central lead

A day after qualifying for the Fraser Cup Playoffs, the Coulee Region Chill now have their sights set on the Central Division title    more 

Central

Flavien Fondadouze Flavien Fondadouze Coulee Region Chill

Coastal

Cade Lambdin Cade Lambdin Long Beach Sharks

Frontier

Karl Zodda Karl Zodda Butte Cobras

Northeast

Elijah Morris Elijah Morris Oswego Stampede

South

Zach Smith Zach Smith Louisiana Drillers

West

Sam Ayd Sam Ayd New Ulm Steel

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Mike Padgeon

Mike Padgeon Binghamton Junior Senators

Padgeon may have seen his league scoring lead vanish in January, but still boasted a stout 24 points in just seven games during the month. Averaging over a goal per game, Padgeon found the scoresheet in each of his seven outings, posting a stout five points in four of those and hat-tricks in two. Padgeon’s shining moments came at the end of the month in a pair of tense tilts against Northeast, during which the forward bagged back-to-back game-winning goals as part of a six-point outburst across the weekend. Including an assist in his first matchup of February, Padgeon has now logged 41-54—95 in 38 games this season, good for second among NA3HL skaters, with his seven GWGs sliding up into second place as well.

Runner-Up: Brandon Ratzloff, Coulee Region Chill

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Misha Akatnov, Missoula Jr. Bruins – Carson Asper, Northeast Generals – Zach Burkhart, Skylands Kings – Dylan Gulick, Oswego Stampede – Andrei Rusakov, Atlanta Capitals – Justin Schwartzmiller, Wisconsin Whalers – Grant Troumbly, Granite City Lumberjacks – Peter Verstegen, North Iowa Bulls – Jacob Wiethaupt, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Drew Wotta, Louisiana Drillers

Toon De Schepper

Toon De Schepper Coulee Region Chill

No team was hotter than Coulee Region during the month of January, with 14 Chill skaters featuring in the top-25 NA3HL scorers last month. De Schepper led all blueliners in that span, posting an 11-game total of 3-25—28 with eight multi-point efforts. De Schepper logged back-to-back three-point outings to kick off the month, before recording his first six-point night of the season to cap off that weekend. The Belgian blueliner closed out his month in style as well, bagging two or more points in each contest during a five-game point streak leading into February. De Schepper has now potted 6-54—60 on the year, good for third in the NA3HL.

Runner-Up: Dinmukhamed Dzhangarashev, Binghamton Jr. Senators

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Vito Carlo, Atlanta Capitals – Trevor Christopher, Skylands Kings – Mitch Dolese, Louisiana Drillers – Jake Faulkner, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Connor Frye, Missoula Jr. Bruins – Rich Hart, Oswego Stampede – Evan Junker, North Iowa Bulls – Jordan Olson, Granite City Lumberjacks – Jack Royer, Wisconsin Whalers

Kyle Hayden

Kyle Hayden Alexandria Blizzard

The Blizzard skyrocketed into playoff position in the West Division thanks to an 8-1 record in the month of January, riding an incredible run of five wins in five starts from Kyle Hayden. Four of those five wins came against opponents ranked higher than Alexandria at the time – including a key overtime win over top-ranked Granite City. In total, Hayden logged 130 saves on 135 shots, allowed no more than two goals in any game and posted two shutouts last month. He finished January with a .963 save percentage and 0.99 GAA, both of which rank third among goaltenders with three or more starts in that frame.

Runner-Up: Jeff Zero, Binghamton Jr. Senators­­­­­­

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Samuli Aarinen, Louisiana Drillers – Mikael Foucher, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Kavan Johnson, Skylands Kings – David Mulligan, Granite City Lumberjacks – Caleb Sauer, Wisconsin Whalers – Dysen Skinner, North Iowa Bulls – Gunner Snyder, Coulee Region Chill – Ben White, Oswego StampedeEvan Williams, Missoula Jr. Bruins – Quinn Yeager, Atlanta Capitals

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Central Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
x - Coulee Region Chill 41 31 8 1 1 64
x - St. Louis Jr. Blues 42 30 9 1 2 63
Milwaukee Power 42 26 13 2 1 55
Peoria Mustangs 42 25 15 2 0 52
Wisconsin Whalers 40 22 18 0 0 44
Wausau RiverWolves 40 9 30 1 0 19
Evansville Jr. Thunderbolts 40 0 40 0 0 0
Coastal Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
y - L/A Nordiques 44 40 4 0 0 80
x - Northeast Generals 43 31 10 1 1 64
x - New England Stars 43 28 11 4 0 60
Long Beach Sharks 40 12 26 2 0 26
Maine Wild 43 10 27 4 2 26
Cape Cod Islanders 41 6 34 1 0 13
Frontier Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
x - Great Falls Americans 44 36 7 0 1 73
x - Helena Bighorns 42 33 7 2 0 68
Bozeman Icedogs 41 25 12 4 0 54
Missoula Junior Bruins 42 24 18 0 0 48
Gillette Wild 41 20 18 2 1 43
Butte Cobras 42 5 34 2 1 13
Yellowstone Quake 41 3 36 2 0 8
Northeast Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
y - Binghamton Junior Senators 42 36 6 0 0 72
x - Oswego Stampede 42 20 19 2 1 43
x - Skylands Kings 40 16 22 1 1 34
x - Niagara Falls PowerHawks 40 2 36 2 0 6
South Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
x - Texas Brahmas 38 33 3 1 1 68
x - Louisiana Drillers 43 30 11 2 0 62
x - Atlanta Capitals 42 22 16 4 0 48
x - Mid Cities Jr. Stars 42 19 21 1 1 40
College Station Spirit 42 2 39 1 0 5
West Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
x - Granite City Lumberjacks 41 33 6 2 0 68
x - North Iowa Bulls 41 29 10 2 0 60
Rochester Grizzlies 41 26 14 1 0 53
New Ulm Steel 42 23 16 0 3 49
Alexandria Blizzard 41 23 17 0 1 47
Breezy Point North Stars 43 12 26 3 2 29
Willmar WarHawks 42 9 31 2 0 20
February 18, 2019
Central Division 5 Coastal Division 3
Northeast Division 1 Frontier Division OT
West Division 6 South Division 2
Coastal Division 3 Frontier Division SO
Central Division 5 West Division 2
South Division 1 Northeast Division 4
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February 19, 2019
Central Division 6 Frontier Division 4
West Division 4 Northeast Division 0
South Division 2 Coastal Division OT
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February 21, 2019
Wausau at Wisconsin 8:00 PM
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