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NAHL announces Bauer Hockey Stars of the Week

Honored this week are Brendan Kim (St. Cloud), Christian Stoever (New Jersey), Riley Sims (Janesville), and Jere Vaisanen (Amarillo)    more 

Watch: NAHL Weekend Recap, Feb. 22-28

This past weekend saw winning streaks continue and changes at the top in some divisions.    more 

Sunday Wrap-Up: Jets back on top of Midwest with sweep

Nick Leyer and the Janesville Jets completed a weekend road sweep of the Brown Bears thanks to a 4-2 win on Sunday.     more 

Saturday Scores: New Jersey sweep shakes up East standings

The New Jersey Titans shook up the race in the East Division with a sweep of Johnstown.    more 

Friday Finals: Warriors roll to 10th straight win

Carter Korpi and the Wichita Falls Warriors posted their 10th straight win thanks to a 5-1 win on Friday night.    more 


Brendan Kim Brendan Kim St. Cloud Norsemen


Christian Stoever Christian Stoever New Jersey Titans


Riley Sims Riley Sims Janesville Jets


Jere Vaisanen Jere Vaisanen Amarillo Bulls

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Jake Sibell

Jake Sibell Aberdeen Wings

For the second straight month, Aberdeen Wings goalie Jake Sibell, 21, was named the NAHL’s Goalie of the Month as he continued his march towards a record-breaking season. The 6’2/206 lbs. native of Isanti, MN, posted a perfect 7-0 record in seven starts and allowed just two goals during the month. Sibell faced a total of 194 shots in 419 minutes of action and made 191 saves, while also posting four shutouts during the month of January. So far during the 2020-21 season, Sibell is currently the top goalie in the NAHL with a 1.01 goals against average and a .960 save percentage to go along with a perfect 19-0-0 record for the first place Wings. Recently, Sibell announced his commitment to play NCAA Division I hockey for Niagara University next season. During the 2016-17 season, he played in the NAPHL for the Omaha AAA 16U team. “Jake was once again the backbone of this team in the month of January. He continues to do big things and allows us to lean on him in moments when we need him most. He is an incredible teammate on and off the ice, and an incredible asset to the Wings,” said Wings head coach Scott Langer.

“I was thrilled to earn an NCAA Division I commitment, but it doesn’t change anything about what I am trying to do and accomplish this season. I want to keep improving and keep helping my team win hockey games. When this season is over, maybe I will have some time to think more about it, but for right now it is about getting better every day, every practice and every game and putting in the work to be successful,” said Sibell. “I think the numbers I’ve been able to put up to date have been additional motivation for me to keep playing well for my teammates but come game day I try and block out all the noise and just focus on winning games.”

Runner-Up: Andrew Takacs, Amarillo Bulls

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Owen Bartoszkiewicz, Wichita Falls Warriors – Andy Beran, Minnesota Magicians - Guy Blessing, Lone Star Brahmas – Sam Evola, Johnstown Tomahawks – Luke Pavicich, Kenai River Brown Bears – Ian Shane, Bismarck Bobcats - Jacob Zacharewicz, Minnesota Wilderness

Jay Ahearn

Jay Ahearn Johnstown Tomahawks

Johnstown Tomahawks forward Jay Ahearn, 19, helped his club move into 1st place in the East Division during the month of January. The 5’11/180 lbs. native of Staten Island, NY, put up 15 points (11 goals, 4 assists) in just eight games played during the month of January, which also included a +11 rating. Ahearn not only leads the Tomahawks in scoring with 34 points, but he is first in the NAHL with 17 goals and 2nd overall in league scoring. “Jay had an incredible month of January for us, leading to much needed team success. He had an impact on every game it seemed and delivered in many ways. His ability to show up at big times was great for us. Jay delivered at even strength, power play, and short-handed this month. I couldn’t be prouder of his growth as a player this year and he is truly deserving of this honor as Forward of the Month,” said Tomahawks head coach Mike Letizia.

“The team has really bonded and gotten a lot closer as the season has gone on and we have stuck to playing the way we want to play. This is a very unique season, and we have a new appreciation for being around the rink and to be playing hockey. Everyone is doing their part to ensure we have team success first,” said Ahearn. “I just want to help our team win a division title and hopefully win a Robertson Cup. After that, I would love the opportunity to continue my career by playing NCAA Division I hockey.”

Runner-Up: Payton Matsui, Aberdeen Wings

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Andrew DeCarlo, Lone Star Brahmas – Jake Hale, Fairbanks Ice Dogs – Max Helgeson, Kenai River Brown Bears – Devlin McCabe, Minnesota Magicians – Harrison Scott, Amarillo Bulls – Ryan Taylor, Bismarck Bobcats - Thomas Weis, Wichita Falls Warriors – Evan Werner, New Jersey Titans – Hunter Young, Minnesota Wilderness

Vincent Corcoran

Vincent Corcoran Wichita Falls Warriors

Wichita Falls Warriors defenseman Vincent Corcoran, 19, played a big role in helping his club have success during the month of January. The 5’8/160 lbs. native of Plainfield, IL, was solid at both ends of the ice putting up nine points (2 goals, 7 assists) and a +9 rating in 11 games during the month. Corcoran is currently 3rd in scoring this season among all NAHL defensemen with 16 points in 23 games played. “Vinnie has been steady and reliable for us all season. He brings poise and confidence with the puck that allows him to minimize pressure and reduce those long stretches in the defensive zone. Vinnie’s shutdown defensive ability and his offensive production this past month has helped lead the way for our group. He deserves to be recognized as one of the league’s best defenseman with the effort, compete and professional demeanor he brings on a daily basis,” said Warriors head coach Garrett Roth.

“I think most of our success has come when we buy into and play by the system that Coach Roth has established. When everyone is working hard and doing what they are supposed to do, we are a successful team, and that’s what has happened recently in order for us to win hockey games. We have great support here in Wichita Falls and it’s been fun to play here this year,” said Corcoran. “I want to keep working hard and develop to the point where I could earn an NCAA commitment and then help this team make the playoffs and hopefully advance far to the point where we can play for a Robertson Cup title.”

Runner-Up: Mitchell Digby, Lone Star Brahmas

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Thomas Bergsland, Bismarck Bobcats - Grant Docter, Minnesota Wilderness – Andrew Garby, Fairbanks Ice Dogs – Greg Japchen, Amarillo Bulls – Ryan Poorman, Johnstown Tomahawks – Jakob Stender, Aberdeen Wings – Adam Szubert, Kenai River Brown Bears – Hunter Weiss, Minnesota Magicians

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El Paso Rhinos
Central Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
Aberdeen Wings 31 29 1 0 1 59
Bismarck Bobcats 34 18 11 2 3 41
Minot Minotauros 31 13 15 2 1 29
MN Wilderness 24 11 11 1 1 24
Austin Bruins 29 9 16 2 2 22
St. Cloud Norsemen 27 9 17 0 1 19
East Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
Maine Nordiques 34 22 11 1 0 45
Johnstown Tomahawks 30 20 6 2 2 44
New Jersey Titans 31 15 11 1 4 35
Maryland Black Bears 31 12 14 3 2 29
Northeast Generals 37 12 22 3 0 27
Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks 21 11 9 1 0 23
Midwest Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
Janesville Jets 23 14 7 2 0 30
MN Magicians 19 14 5 0 0 28
Kenai River Brown Bears 28 12 14 1 1 26
Fairbanks Ice Dogs 27 11 14 1 1 24
Chippewa Steel 19 6 11 1 1 14
South Division GP W L OTL SOL Pts
Shreveport Mudbugs 30 20 6 2 2 44
Lone Star Brahmas 33 21 11 1 0 43
Amarillo Bulls 31 18 8 2 3 41
Wichita Falls Warriors 29 17 8 1 3 38
New Mexico Ice Wolves 33 10 21 1 1 22
Odessa Jackalopes 32 8 20 2 2 20
February 28, 2021
Northeast 1 Maine 3
Minot 1 MN Wilderness 4
Janesville 4 Kenai River 2
March 3, 2021
St. Cloud at MN Wilderness 7:05 PM
Austin at Chippewa 7:10 PM
Fairbanks at MN Magicians 7:15 PM
March 4, 2021
Fairbanks at MN Magicians 12:30 PM