Texas closes out NA3HL regular season with win

On Monday morning, the final NA3HL regular season game of the 2014-15 season was played as Texas beat Dallas, 8-1.    read more

Gongshow Flow of the Month winner for February announced

Cincinnati forward Brenden Williams defies logic with his length of hair, grown during the last six months.    read more

West Michigan and Metro clinch titles on final day

On the final day of the 2014-15 NA3HL regular season, West Michigan and Metro both won to clinch their respective division titles.    read more

Saturday Scores: Central and East come down to the wire

There is a three-way tie for 1st in the Central and a two-way tie for 1st in the East heading into the final day of the regular season.    read more

Friday Finals: Bulls, Americans lock up division titles

The North Iowa Bulls and Great Falls Americans both won on Friday to clinch their respective regular season division titles.    read more
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Hunter Vorva Hunter Vorva West Michigan Wolves

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Ryan Bloom Ryan Bloom Metro Jets

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Gunnar Mogck Gunnar Mogck Bozeman Icedogs

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Devin Pierce Devin Pierce Texas Jr. Brahmas

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Brett Gravelle Brett Gravelle North Iowa Bulls

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Forward of the Month

Ryan Maksimovic

Ryan Maksimovic Chicago Junior Bulldogs

Chicago Jr. Bulldogs forward Ryan Maksimovic was dominant in the month of January. Not only did the 20-year-old native of Northbrook, IL lead the NA3HL in scoring during the month, but he did everything in just six games played. Maksimovic (5’11/180) totaled 17 points during the month, which included 8 goals and 9 assists and a +11 rating. Three of his eight goals were game-winners. Maksimovic registered multi-point games in all six outings and it included back-to-back four-point games in which Maksimovic had a hat-tricks and game-winning goals in both. He continues the month of February on a 9-game point streak. Maksimovic joined the Jr. Bulldogs this season in early December and has been a true offensive force. In just 15 games, he already has 25 points. Maksimovic played in all 48 games for Chicago last season and had 47 points. “Ryan is a high-energy player. A lot of his goals come in the high traffic area where the rebounds are. He’s willing to pay the price to get the puck in the back of the net,” said Chicago General Manager Ken Kestas.

Runner-Up: Ryan Dunner, Texas Jr. Brahmas

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Cameron Birklid, Billings Bulls – Jordan Carey, Breezy Point North Stars - Jake Champaign, Point Mallard Ducks – David Kenney, Granite City Lumberjacks – Zach Koonce, Metro Jets – Nils Markgren Pittsburgh Vengeance – Ryan Martin, Wiscosin Whalers - Andy McGlynn, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Brandt Miller, Helena Bighorns - Bryce Mitzel, Gillette Wild – Steven Nisbet, Bozeman Icedogs – Jay Paul, Twin City Steel – Aaron Torres, Dallas Jr. Stars – Dan Toycen, La Crosse Freeze – Dakota Ulmer, West Michigan Wolves – Tyler Zalecki, Toledo Cherokee

Defenseman of the Month

Noah Gilreath

Noah Gilreath Point Mallard Ducks

The Point Mallard Ducks put together a run in January that clinched them a post-season berth and were able to maintain their level of play thanks to the likes of defenseman Noah Gilreath. The 19-year-old dman from Grosse Ile, MI, had a great month as he played in all 12 games and recorded 13 points, along with a +7 rating. Gilreath managed a point in seven of the 12 games and had two goals and 11 assists. His month included a four-point games and three, two-point games. Gilreath (6’0/178) has 36 points to date, which not only leads all Point Mallard defensemen, but ranks tied for 2nd in the NA3HL among all defensemen. His 28 assists also ranks him tied for 2nd among NA3HL defensemen. Gilreath was selected to compete for the South Division team in the 2015 NA3HL Top Prospects Tournament. “Noah has loads of offensive talent and has develop into a very well-rounded player.  Noah is a strong skater, great puck mover, and competes extremely hard every time he touches the ice.  It has been a pleasure to coach Noah, he leads by example, he is always hungry to learn more and develop his game,” said Point Mallard head coach Craig Bushy.

Runner-Up: Ralfs Karelis, Billings Bulls

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Mathias Ahman, Twin City Steel – Brandon Baker, Dallas Jr. Stars – Chris Brown, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Gavin Cummings, Pittsburgh Vengeance – Mike DiFranco, West Michigan Wolves – Mitchell Gwost, Granite City Lumberjacks – Linder Kenyon, Breezy Point North Stars – Tyler Layle, Metro Jets – Anthony Miller, La Crosse Freeze – Jake Nicks, Bozeman Icedogs – Lance Pennington, Gillette Wild – Nick Trefry, Helena Bighorns - Caleb Vosters, Wisconsin Whalers

Goalie of the Month

Evan Moyse

Evan Moyse Wisconsin Whalers

Wisconsin goalie Evan Moyse, 18, was a workhorse for the 1st place Whalers during the month of January as the native of Olmsted Township, OH, helped his team to a 6-3 record. Moyse (6’2/170) appeared in eight games during the month and posted a 5-2 record. He faced a whopping 269 shots and made 254 saves during the month, which was good for a 94.4% save percentage in January.  He also posted a 2.02 goals against average during the month. Moyse, who played the past two years in the NAPHL for the Cleveland Jr. Lumberjacks, posted his first NA3HL shutout during the month, which came back on Jan. 10 in a 2-0 road win in Peoria. He also made a season-high 51 saves in a 3-2 loss against Granite City on Jan. 25. “Evan has been playing very strong for us. He has really improved every month this season and is playing his best hockey this year. We hope he can keep moving and play well down the stretch for us,” said Wisconsin head coach Tom McDermott.

Runner-Up: Alex Feese, Gillette Wild

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Brian Baker, Pittsburgh Vengeance – Roman Bengert, Point Mallard Ducks – Jesse Garcia, Granite City Lumberjacks – Robbie Goor, Twin City Steel – Jaxson Gosnell, Breezy Point North Stars – Joe Hacker, Texas Jr. Brahmas – Billy Hindle, St. Louis Jr. Blues – Kameron Limburg, Metro Jets – Adam Ranck, Helena Bighorns - Denijs Romanovskis, Bozeman Icedogs - Cameron Scheuren, La Crosse Freeze - Cole Semchak, Billings Bulls – Chance Turner, Dallas Jr. Stars – Hunter Vorva, West Michigan Wolves

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Central
 GPWLOTLPTSPCT
yWest Michigan473115163.670
xWisconsin472913563.670
xLa Crosse472814561.649
xPeoria472319551.543
Chicago471924442.447
St. Louis471330430.319
East
 GPWLOTLPTSPCT
yMetro473213266.702
xPittsburgh473011666.702
xToledo472814561.649
xSouthern Tier472620153.564
Cleveland471724640.426
Cincinnati47638315.160
Frontier
 GPWLOTLPTSPCT
yGreat Falls473410371.755
xHelena473411270.745
xGillette473313167.713
xBillings472516656.596
Bozeman471531131.330
Glacier471031626.277
Yellowstone47934422.234
South
 GPWLOTLPTSPCT
zNashville47424185.904
xTopeka473013464.681
xTexas472615658.617
xPoint Mallard472619254.574
Dallas471033424.255
Sugar Land471135123.245
West
 GPWLOTLPTSPCT
yNorth Iowa47379175.798
xGranite City47339571.755
xAlexandria472816359.628
xTwin City472322248.511
Breezy Point471430331.330
Minnesota47737317.181
March 1, 2015
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Alexandria 6La Crosse 2  
Peoria 1West Michigan 3  
St. Louis 2Wisconsin 8  
Cincinnati 1Pittsburgh 8  
Metro 4Cleveland 1  
Billings 2Great Falls 1  
Minnesota 3Granite City 6  
Dallas 1Texas 6  
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Texas 8Dallas 1  
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