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NA3HL Weekend Preview

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Central

Jacob Best Jacob Best Oregon Tradesmen

East

Grant Goodson Grant Goodson Mass Titans

Frontier

Pablo Frank Pablo Frank Missoula Junior Bruins

South

Noah Easterson Noah Easterson El Paso Rhinos

West

Nicholas Richert Nicholas Richert Granite City Lumberjacks

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Cole Walter

Cole Walter Peoria Mustangs

One of the most consistent goaltenders in the league this season, Walter was reliable as ever for the Mustangs in January, going 5-1-0 and stopping 136 of 145 shots along the way. Kicking off the month with five straight wins, Walter handled St. Louis twice — including notching a 15-save shutout over the Jr. Blues — and Wausau and Oregon once, before splitting the final weekend of the month with the division-leading Grizzlies. The Rochester, MN native stopped an average of 24 pucks per game, and finished the month strong with 22, 38 and 41-save performances. With a 1.59 GAA and .938 save percentage in January to go with his shutout this month, Walter continues to backstop Peoria’s title hopes in his second season between the pipes for the Mustangs.

Runner-Up: Lukas Haugen, Willmar Warhawks

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Chris Branch, Louisiana Drillers — Owen Carlson, St. Louis Jr. Blues — Maxim Currie, Missoula Jr. Bruins — Joe Daninger, North Iowa Bulls — Dolan Gilbert, Texas Brahmas — Rustam Kulizade, El Paso Rhinos — Tim Pundt, Granite City Lumberjacks — Christian Wong-Ramos, Texas RoadRunners

Jacob Cummings

Jacob Cummings Sheridan Hawks

The NA3HL’s leading scorer reached new heights in January, posting at least a point in each of his 10 outings, and multiple points in nine of those as he recorded 11g-18a—29pts — a pace of nearly three points-per-game. Cummings rang in the new year with six goals in his first four games of 2021, recording a pair of four-point efforts in that span. His highlight came from Jan. 9-24, a run of five games that saw Cummings light the lamp in each contest. Perhaps even more impressive is that Cummings’ goal-scoring is not dependent upon power-play time; all but two of his tallies came at even strength. His incredible production helped his season totals swell to 28g-56a—84pts in just 25 games on the year, a mark almost 20 points higher than any other NA3HL skater.

Runner-Up: Liam Bland, Missoula Jr. Bruins

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Noah Bissett, Granite City Lumberjacks — Tyler Blanchard, Texas Brahmas — Jack Campion, North Iowa Bulls — Bryson Fletcher, Great Falls Americans — Joey Gimberlin, New Ulm Steel — Riley Howse, St. Louis Jr. Blues — Jaron Ketterman, Texas RoadRunners — Alex Kupka, Willmar Warhawks — Mark Kurliandchyk, Louisiana Drillers — Reid Lune, Peoria Mustangs — Tyler Nelson, Milwaukee Power

Simon Herz

Simon Herz Sheridan Hawks

Like his teammate Cummings, Herz now sits atop the NA3HL defensemen scoring ranks after a stellar January. The Parker, CO native paced all blueliners with 4g-9a—13pts in 10 games in January, inflating his league-leading scoring totals to 9g-29a—38pts in 26 games. Herz’s offensive consistency was unrivaled last month — he recorded points in eight of 10 games, and multiple points in four of those — yet his defensive game did not suffer. Herz was a plus-player in eight games, and never rated lower than +/- 0 in January, en route to a month-long mark of +20. With his top-class play on both sides of the puck, Herz was a key figure in the Hawks’ journey to a mark of 24 straight wins reached in January, and figures to lead their back end towards championship aspirations.

Runner-Up: Seth Wyatt-Manning, Texas Brahmas

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Joey Boccardi, St. Louis Jr. Blues — Jack Craycroft, Peoria Mustangs — Sean Davidson, Granite City Lumberjacks — Brice French, Texas RoadRunners — Devin Huie, Milwaukee Power — Nate Looft, New Ulm Steel — Ty Lorring, Great Falls Americans — Alex Marschel, Louisiana Drillers — Owen Miley, Missoula Jr. Bruins — Gavin Wendorf, North Iowa Bulls

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Central Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
x - Rochester Grizzlies 33 27 5 0 1 55
x - Peoria Mustangs 33 24 7 1 1 50
x - St. Louis Jr. Blues 33 19 12 2 0 40
Oregon Tradesmen 30 14 16 0 0 28
Milwaukee Power 35 9 26 0 0 18
Wausau RiverWolves 32 5 26 1 0 11
East Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
x - Northeast Generals 30 23 7 0 0 46
Mass Titans 21 11 8 0 2 24
New England Sharks 24 8 11 1 4 21
Springfield Jr. Hat Tricks 19 10 9 0 0 20
Bay State Bobcats 32 10 22 0 0 20
Frontier Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
y - Sheridan Hawks 32 31 1 0 0 62
Great Falls Americans 35 22 11 2 0 46
Gillette Wild 35 20 13 1 1 42
Missoula Junior Bruins 35 20 13 2 0 42
Helena Bighorns 33 15 16 1 1 32
Bozeman Icedogs 33 12 17 2 2 28
Yellowstone Quake 36 11 23 1 1 24
Butte Cobras 35 6 25 3 1 16
South Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
x - El Paso Rhinos 34 26 3 2 3 57
x - Texas Brahmas 32 27 4 0 1 55
Oklahoma City Blazers 32 22 7 2 1 47
Atlanta Capitals 36 18 16 1 1 38
Louisiana Drillers 28 11 14 2 1 25
Texas RoadRunners 39 10 25 3 1 24
Mid Cities Jr. Stars 31 3 28 0 0 6
West Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
x - North Iowa Bulls 31 22 7 1 1 46
Granite City Lumberjacks 26 17 8 0 1 35
Willmar WarHawks 29 14 15 0 0 28
Alexandria Blizzard 29 13 15 1 0 27
New Ulm Steel 27 5 19 3 0 13
February 27, 2021
Wausau 1 St. Louis 4
Springfield 6 Northeast 8
El Paso 7 Louisiana 2
New England 4 Bay State SO
Milwaukee 3 Peoria 6
Oregon 1 Rochester 6
Texas Brahmas 3 Oklahoma City OT
Yellowstone 3 Gillette 4
New Ulm 1 Alexandria OT
Mid Cities 0 Atlanta 6
Granite City 3 North Iowa SO
Sheridan 4 Bozeman SO
Helena 1 Great Falls SO
Butte 2 Missoula 6
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February 28, 2021
Springfield 6 Northeast 8
Mid Cities 0 Atlanta 11
Wausau 0 St. Louis 4
North Iowa 5 New Ulm 6
El Paso 3 Louisiana SO
Granite City 4 Willmar 3
New England 5 Bay State 8
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March 1, 2021
New England at Bay State 12:30 PM
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