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Luca Di Pasquo

Luca Di Pasquo Maryland Black Bears

Maryland Black Bears rookie goalie Luca Di Pasquo, 18, had his best month of his junior career in October. The 6’1/181 lbs. native of Livonia, MI, posted a perfect 4-0 record and allowed just five goals in four starts during the month. Di Pasquo faced 122 shots in the four games and made 117 saves, which was good for a 1.23 goals against average and .959 save percentage in October. That included his first career shutout as he made 28 saves in a 5-0 road win in Danbury on October 30th. For the season, Di Pasquo is current 2nd in the NAHL in goals against averge (1.99) and 3rd in save percentage (.935). “Luca has continued to build his game since Day 1 and is more than deserving of this accolade. He is a great teammate and is always putting in the extra work before and after practice. Luca has a determination and hunger to be a successful NAHL goaltender and has become an NCAA Division 1 prospect. He has made the most of his opportunities so far, and we look forward to seeing him continue to develop in Maryland,” said Black Bears head coach Clint Mylymok.

“I think the biggest factor in my success was focusing on having solid practices, which eventually translated into games. Another huge factor of my success was the help I received in front of me from my team, and the support from my teammates and coaches. Our hard work as a team day in and day out has not only brought us closer but helped us become a better team,” said Di Pasquo. “I want to continue to help my team and make it to Minnesota and win a Robertson Cup Championship with my teammates. I want to continue to develop as a goalie and reach my dream of playing NCAA Division I college hockey, and receive a college education. Eventually, I would love to play professional hockey and create a great life for my family.”

Runner-Up: William Proctor, Odessa Jackalopes

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Damon Beaver, Corpus Christi IceRays – Devon Bobak, Shreveport Mudbugs – Hunter Garvey, North Iowa Bulls – Beni Halasz, New Mexico Ice Wolves – Kayden Hargraves, Fairbanks Ice Dogs - Hudson Hodges, Austin Bruins – Adam Johnson, Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks – Matt O’Donnell, Wichita Falls Warriors – Raythan Robbins, Anchorage Wolverines – Zach Sandy, Minot Minotauros – Arthur Smith, Lone Star Brahmas – Avery Sturtz, Maine Nordiques – Nolan Suggs, Jamestown Rebels – Andrew Takacs, New Jersey Titans – Dominik Wasik, Aberdeen Wings – Jacob Zacharewicz, Minnesota Wilderness

Huston Karpman

Huston Karpman Minot Minotauros

Minot Minotauros forward Huston Karpman, 20, had his best month in an NAHL uniform in October as he tied for the league lead in points during the month. The 5’11/194 lbs. native of Manhattan Beach, CA, had 16 points (8 goals, 8 assists) in nine games played in October, and was also a +9 during the month. The NAPHL grad recorded at least a point in eight of the nine games during the month and had six multi-point games. So far during the 2021-22 season, Karpman has recorded 20 points in 15 games played as he currently leads the Minotauros in scoring. “Huston has been a leader for us in every sense of the word. His ability to get to the middle and create offense has been very impressive over the last month. He has also been extremely valuable for us on the penalty kill. The entire Minotauros organization is excited to continue to watch Huston develop over the course of the season and we congratulate him on his Forward of the Month honors,” said Minot head coach Cody Campbell.

“I am fortunate enough to play with some exceptional players with high-end skill and talent. I owe a lot of my success to those guys. I also have a great coaching staff that works with me weekly to develop me as a hockey player, and more importantly a man. I look forward to continuing to help my team win hockey games and make a push for the Robertson Cup,” said Karpman. “I hope to keep improving my game in all areas and continue an upward trajectory in my development. If I continue to do these things, I hope to earn an NCAA commitment to a winning program. After that, I hope that one day I can play professional hockey.”

Runner-Up: Hunter Longhi, Minnesota Magicians

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Dillan Bentley, New Mexico Ice Wolves – Ethan Benz, Chippewa Steel – Jake Black, Johnstown Tomahawks - Ryan Bottrill, Maryland Black Bears – Austin Brimmer, Shreveport Mudbugs – Gabe Dombrowski, Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks – Brendan Dumas, New Jersey Titans – Tyler Gaulin, Maine Nordiques - Calvin Hanson, Bismarck Bobcats – Dayne Hoyord, Odessa Jackalopes – Brent Keefer, Northeast Generals – Brandon Lajoie, St. Cloud Norsemen – John Lundy, Jamestown Rebels – Alex Malinowski, Fairbanks Ice Dogs – Cade Neilson, Aberdeen Wings – Nicholas Niemo, Lone Star Brahmas – Jens Richards, Austin Bruins – Max Scott, North Iowa Bulls – Talon Sigurdson, Anchorage Wolverines – Drew Vieten, Wichita Falls Warriors – Ethan Wolthers, Minnesota Wilderness

Bobby Metz

Bobby Metz Minnesota Wilderness

Minnesota Wilderness defenseman Bobby Metz, 20, had a productive month of October. The 5’9/175 lbs. native of Bloomfield, MI, recorded eight points (3 goals, 5 assists) in nine games played during the month of October and was also a +4. The Colgate recruit recorded at least a point in seven of the nine games and is currently tied for 2nd among all NAHL defensemen with 13 points so far during the 2021-22 season. “Bobby is one of the hardest working and most committed players we have had play for the Wilderness. He has taken huge strides this season to become the player he is. It will be exciting to see him continue his development this season and move on to play NCAA Division I college hockey at Colgate,” said Wilderness head coach Dave Boitz.

“I really focused on trusting myself. I’ve had great training and I just let my effort flow naturally through my game. My teammates and coaches were crucial to having a good start. Me and my defensive partner have really gelled, and it has shown in our play. I want to focus on continuing my development, helping my team win, and preparing to play in the NCAA,” said Metz. “I’m really looking forward to playing at Colgate. I’ve done a lot of work to continue to prepare myself to include video, workouts, and extra ice to ensure I’m ready when the time comes. Ultimately, it’s a daily process and I have faith in myself and that the work I’m doing will pan out nicely.”

Runner-Up: Cooper Morris, Anchorage Wolverines

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Jon Bell, Minnesota Magicians – Nikolai Charchenko, Minot Minotauros – Vincent Corcoran, Wichita Falls Warriors – Conner Couet, Odessa Jackalopes – Nolan Cunningham, Fairbanks Ice Dogs – Douglas Friberg, Northeast Generals – Connor Gallagher, Lone Star Brahmas – Hugo Gustafsson, Aberdeen Wings – John Hallard, Shreveport Mudbugs – Jeff Hutchinson, New Mexico Ice Wolves – Kadsen Johnson, Maine Nordiques – Joey Potter, North Iowa Bulls – Philip Tornqvist, Maryland Black Bears

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Central Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
North Iowa Bulls 19 13 4 0 2 28
Minot Minotauros 24 13 10 1 0 27
Austin Bruins 21 11 7 1 2 25
Aberdeen Wings 21 10 10 0 1 21
St. Cloud Norsemen 17 9 8 0 0 18
Bismarck Bobcats 22 6 15 1 0 13
East Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
New Jersey Titans 25 16 8 1 0 33
Maryland Black Bears 23 14 6 1 2 31
Northeast Generals 24 13 11 0 0 26
Johnstown Tomahawks 21 10 8 2 1 23
Jamestown Rebels 22 10 9 2 1 23
Maine Nordiques 21 8 11 0 2 18
Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks 22 6 13 3 0 15
Midwest Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
Fairbanks Ice Dogs 24 15 8 0 1 31
Springfield Jr. Blues 24 15 8 0 1 31
Anchorage Wolverines 21 13 7 1 0 27
MN Wilderness 23 13 9 1 0 27
Chippewa Steel 25 13 11 0 1 27
MN Magicians 23 11 8 3 1 26
Janesville Jets 22 9 12 0 1 19
Kenai River Brown Bears 22 4 18 0 0 8
South Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
Amarillo Wranglers 20 15 5 0 0 30
New Mexico Ice Wolves 21 14 6 1 0 29
Odessa Jackalopes 21 13 7 0 1 27
Lone Star Brahmas 20 9 6 4 1 23
Wichita Falls Warriors 21 10 8 3 0 23
El Paso Rhinos 20 9 10 1 0 19
Corpus Christi IceRays 22 8 12 2 0 18
Shreveport Mudbugs 19 5 10 1 3 14
November 24, 2021
Northeast 5 Maine 3
Bismarck 1 Minot 5
New Mexico 3 El Paso 0
MN Magicians 5 MN Wilderness 4
Johnstown 2 Jamestown 4
November 26, 2021
North Iowa 3 Austin 5
Unofficial Final
MN Wilderness 5 Chippewa 7
MN Magicians 3 Janesville SO
Amarillo 2 El Paso 0
New Mexico 1 Corpus Christi 2
Minot 4 Aberdeen 3
St. Cloud 2 Bismarck 5
Shreveport 2 Odessa 4
Jamestown 3 Johnstown OT
Danbury 7 Maryland 4
Maine 3 New Jersey 7
Wichita Falls 5 Lone Star OT
Anchorage 2 Fairbanks 4
November 27, 2021
Jamestown at Johnstown 7:00 PM
Danbury at Maryland 7:00 PM
Maine at New Jersey 7:00 PM
MN Magicians at Janesville 7:00 PM
Amarillo at El Paso 7:00 PM
New Mexico at Corpus Christi 7:05 PM
Minot at Aberdeen 7:15 PM
St. Cloud at Bismarck 7:15 PM
Chippewa at MN Wilderness 7:15 PM
Shreveport at Odessa 7:15 PM
Wichita Falls at Lone Star 7:30 PM
Austin at North Iowa 7:30 PM
Anchorage at Fairbanks 7:30 PM
December 2, 2021
El Paso at Odessa 7:15 PM
Johnstown at Danbury 8:00 PM
December 3, 2021
Johnstown at Danbury 3:00 PM
Aberdeen at Austin 7:00 PM
MN Magicians at Chippewa 7:00 PM
Janesville at Springfield 7:05 PM
Corpus Christi at Wichita Falls 7:05 PM
Amarillo at Shreveport 7:11 PM
El Paso at Odessa 7:15 PM
Jamestown at New Jersey 7:30 PM
MN Wilderness at Fairbanks 7:30 PM
St. Cloud at North Iowa 7:30 PM
Lone Star at New Mexico 7:30 PM
Anchorage at Kenai River 7:30 PM