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Watch Now: NAHL Plays of the Week, Mar. 11-17

Featuring: Marek Wazny (Maryland), Cam Gaudette (Northeast), Ryan Keane (Jamestown), Matt Vernon (Aberdeen), Donte Lawson (MN Wilderness).    more 

NAHL announces Bauer Hockey Divisional Stars of the Week

Honors this week go to Dante Sheriff (Austin), Luke Mountain (Maryland), Luke Mobley (Fairbanks), and Seth Eisele (Lone Star).     more 

Watch: NAHL Weekend Recap, Mar. 11-17

What a weekend it was in the NAHL, which was filled with overtime wins, playoff berths, and more exciting action!    more 

Briere leads Tomahawks to 45th win of the season

Carson Briere scored his 40th and 41st goals of the season with a 5-2 win over Northeast on Sunday.    more 

Saturday Scores: Wings win Central, Bobcats and Brahmas make playoffs

The Aberdeen Wings claimed the Central regular season crown, while sweeps put Bismarck and Lone Star in the Robertson Cup Playoffs.    more 

Central

Dante Sheriff Dante Sheriff Austin Bruins

East

Luke Mountain Luke Mountain Maryland Black Bears

Midwest

Luke Mobley Luke Mobley Fairbanks Ice Dogs

South

Seth Eisele Seth Eisele Lone Star Brahmas

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Logan Jenuwine

Logan Jenuwine Amarillo Bulls

For the second straight month, Amarillo Bulls and NAHL Top Prospects forward Logan Jenuwine, 20, has been named the Forward of the Month. The 6’2/195 lbs. native of Romeo, Michigan, once again led all NAHL players in scoring in February as he recorded 18 points in eight games, which included nine goals and nine assists. Jenuwine had five multi-point games during the month, which included a five-goal game on February 1st. After playing in the 2019 NAHL Top Prospects Tournament for the South Division team, Jenuwine made his commitment to play NCAA Division I hockey to Arizona State on February 27th. He currently leads the NAHL in scoring with 85 points in just 48 games played, which includes 47 goals. His 47 goals this season ranks 5th all-time in NAHL history as he sits just eight goals behind the NAHL single-season record of 55 with 11 games to play. “Logan has continued to be a leader for us in all situations. His offensive productivity is a result of his compete level and desire to help our team succeed. He is playing some of his best hockey right now and helping our team prepare for the Robertson Cup Playoffs,” said Bulls head coach Rocky Russo.

“February was pretty memorable. Top Prospects was just an awesome experience and I had a great time. It was a cool experience to play with guys that you battle against all season long and for our division to go 2-0 at the event is something we will remember for a long time. As for the Bulls, we still are focused on trying to win as many games as we can and go into the playoffs playing our best hockey,” said Jenuwine. “I think committing to Arizona State was a dream come true and I think it’s a perfect fit for me. I had a great visit there, they have a beautiful campus, and they are a team that is already an NCAA title contender just a couple years after establishing an NCAA program, so all that made for an easy decision for me.”

Runner-Up: Oliver Benwell, Johnstown Tomahawks

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Brad Belisle, Aberdeen Wings – Daniel Chladek, Bismarck Bobcats – Tanner Edwards, Fairbanks Ice Dogs – Sacha Guillemain, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights – Matt Hanewall, Janesville Jets – Zach Krajnik, Kenai River Brown Bears – Aurel Naus, Northeast Generals – Matt Stanton, Minnesota Magicians – Jonathan Young, Maryland Black Bears

Carter Dwyer

Carter Dwyer Johnstown Tomahawks

Johnstown Tomahawks defenseman Carter Dwyer, 21, had a career month during February. The 6’3/190 lbs. native of Exton, Pennsylvania, put up seven points (2 goals, 5 assists) and a +7 rating in eight games during the month. Dwyer, who is in his last season of playing junior hockey in the NAHL, had at least a point in six of the eight games for the 1st place Tomahawks and also had one multi-point game. For the season, Dwyer has nine points in 23 games played. “It was a challenging month for us schedule wise with a lot of games packed into an already short month of February, but we were able to find some success and Carter was a big part of it not only defensively, but also offensively chipping in with timely goals and assisting on others. After missing a big chunk of the first half, he has been a huge part of our team since his return. Carter is a strong two-way defenseman that is a lead by example type guy who gives everything he has every time he steps on the ice. We will rely heavily on his on ice play and off ice leadership heading down the stretch,” said Tomahawks head coach Mike Letiza.

“My confidence has gradually gotten better as this season has gone along and I felt that came to a high point in February. I was injured for a significant portion of the season, so it took some time to get back to where I think I should be,” said Dwyer. “I am hopeful that I can continue to work towards an NCAA Division I commitment and also find a school that has good academics. I think we have a very good team this year and one that has been talking about winning a Robertson Cup since the start of the season. After that, I hope to continue to keep hockey a part of my life for as long as I can and make great connections from the places I go.”

Runner-Up: Brenden Datema, Amarillo Bulls

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Nico Appendino, Bismarck Bobcats – Sean Driscoll, Janesville Jets – Markuss Komuls, Kenai River Brown Bears – Andrew Kruse, Minnesota Magicians – Tim Makowski, Aberdeen Wings – Jed Pietila, Austin Bruins – Ryan Rowland, Northeast Generals – John Stampohar, Fairbanks Ice Dogs

John Roberts

John Roberts Bismarck Bobcats

February was a big month for the Bismarck Bobcats and goaltender John Roberts. The 20-year-old Northern Michigan University commit posted a 6-1-1 record in eight games during the month, posting a 1.85 goals against average and a .937 save percentage as he stopped 224 of 239 shots in February. The 5’9/175 lbs. native of Lansdale, Pennsylvania, also had two shutouts in February, which included a 29-save win over Austin on February 9th and a 24-save win over Brookings on February 22nd. For the season, Roberts ranked 3rd in the NAHL in wins with 23 and is tied for the league lead in shutouts with five. “John is led by his work ethic and character. Every night he’s in the net, he gives his team a chance to win the game.  That's why he’s a leader on and off the ice for us and will be a very good goaltender at the next level,” said Bismarck head coach Layne Sedevie.

“I think our team really played well defensively and tightened things up in February. We were on the outside looking in of the playoff picture and I think we all made a conscious effort to really start focusing on playing better hockey. I think everyone stepped up during the month because we all want this season to continue well into the playoffs,” said Roberts. “I think getting the NCAA commitment to Northern Michigan has really allowed me to focus just on hockey. I want to help my team and teammates as much as I can and hopefully see many of them realize their NCAA commitment dreams. I think we are capable of making a run in the playoffs, so we just have to keep playing well and see what happens.”

Runner-Up: Mattias Sholl, Fairbanks Ice Dogs

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Cole Brady, Janesville Jets – Gavin Enright, Kenai River Brown Bears – David Fessenden, Northeast Generals – Jason Grande, Amarillo Bulls – Ethan Haider, Minnesota Magicians – Carter McPhail, Johnstown Tomahawks – Zach Stejskal, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights – Matt Vernon, Aberdeen Wings

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Central Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
y - Aberdeen Wings 53 40 10 2 1 83
x - Minot Minotauros 54 33 19 2 0 68
x - Austin Bruins 53 30 17 0 6 66
x - Bismarck Bobcats 53 30 18 3 2 65
MN Wilderness 54 23 26 3 2 51
Brookings Blizzard 53 10 39 3 1 24
East Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
y - Johnstown Tomahawks 56 45 7 3 1 94
x - Jamestown Rebels 54 32 14 5 3 72
New Jersey Titans 54 27 24 3 0 57
Northeast Generals 53 20 24 6 3 49
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights 53 22 27 3 1 48
Maryland Black Bears 56 16 34 4 2 38
Midwest Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
x - Fairbanks Ice Dogs 54 33 15 3 3 72
x - MN Magicians 54 32 20 2 0 66
x - Springfield Jr. Blues 54 29 21 3 1 62
Janesville Jets 54 27 22 2 3 59
Kenai River Brown Bears 54 21 27 3 3 48
Chippewa Steel 54 17 34 2 1 37
South Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
y - Amarillo Bulls 53 40 7 3 3 86
x - Lone Star Brahmas 54 28 19 3 4 63
Shreveport Mudbugs 54 25 20 4 5 59
Corpus Christi IceRays 53 25 25 2 1 53
Topeka Pilots 53 20 25 3 5 48
Odessa Jackalopes 53 20 31 1 1 42
March 17, 2019
Johnstown 5 Northeast 2
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March 21, 2019
Fairbanks at Kenai River 7:00 PM
Topeka at Odessa 7:11 PM
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March 22, 2019
Jamestown at New Jersey 7:00 PM
Northeast at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 7:00 PM
Janesville at MN Magicians 7:00 PM
MN Wilderness at Brookings 7:05 PM
Springfield at Chippewa 7:10 PM
Topeka at Odessa 7:11 PM
Corpus Christi at Shreveport 7:11 PM
Minot at Aberdeen 7:15 PM
Austin at Bismarck 7:15 PM
Amarillo at Lone Star 7:30 PM
Fairbanks at Kenai River 7:30 PM
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