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NAPHL moves to final day in Blaine

December 19, 2022

The eighth event of the North American Prospects Hockey League (NAPHL) 2022-23 season continued on Sunday, December 18th as teams from the NAPHL's SHOW League once again took to the ice. 

This event will mark the continuation of the 2022-23 regular season for the SHOW League and is taking place at the NSC Super Rink in Blaine, Minnesota from December 16-19.

The event is being played in the cooperation with the 2022 NA3HL Showcase, which will take place from December 18-20 at the Super Rink. All 34 NA3HL teams and coaches will be at the event and all 24 NAHL teams will also have a scouting presence.

SHOW 18U Schedule

SHOW 16U Schedule

SHOW 14U Schedule

Digital Event Program

MerchandiseNAPHL merchandise will be on sale during the event. NAPHL merchandise is sold exclusively and only at NAPHL events and features the hottest and newest styles of sweatshirts, t-shirts, shorts, hats, and more!

Day 3 recaps


14U Division: The Weber Mustangs edged the Arizona Hockey Union in a 4-3 contest. Paden Toula added two goals including the game-winning shorthanded goal. Goaltender Aden Manning took the win in net, turning away 45 shots. The Dallas Penguins scored a second period goal that would be the deciding factor in a 1-0 win against the Vegas Jr. Golden Knights. Nigel McDonald scored the lone goal of the contest while netminder Joseph Lackey posted a 17 shot shutout win. 

16U Division: The Texas Warriors got past the Weber Mustangs in a 2-1 final. Yehor Chizhevsky and Matthew Megwa both scored for the Warriors. Goaltender Walter Jimenez III stopped 25 of the 26 shots he faced. The Tampa Crunch shutout the SISU Thunderbirds in a 5-0 final. Mookie Killen accounted for 4 goals and Goaltender EJ Kotula earned the shutout. The New Mexico Ice Wolves shutout the Clearwater Ice Storm in a 4-0 game. Forward Aiden Garner added two points with a goal and an assist. Goaltender Luka Remec posted a shutout win. The Park City Ice Miners took down the Texas Jr. Brahmas in a 10-1 game. Evan Bain recorded a hat-trick and goaltender Noah Grefe shrugged away 17 shots in the win. A third period push sent the Tampa Bay Jr. Lightning over St. Viator, 2-1. Goaltender Braedyn Sullivan turned away 28 of the 19 shots he faced in the win. The Texas Warriors defeated the Vegas Jr. Golden Knights in a 6-1 final. Goaltender Aden Zirogiannis stopped 14 of the 15 shots he faced. The Florida Jr. Everblades topped the Arizona Hockey Union in a 4-2 score. Israel Buckrop netted two goals and goaltender Gavin Jones turned away 32 shots. The Clearwater Ice Storm demolished the New Jersey Titans in a 12-0 game. Kane Eanes added 4 points with 2 goals and 2 assists while netminder Gregory Politis earned the shutout in net. The Texas Tigers defeated the St. Louis Sting by a wide margin of 9-1. Jake Bamback recorded 5 points with 3 goals and 2 assists. Tyler White picked up the win in net. 

18U Division: The Tri State Spartans topped the Arizona Hockey Union in a 10-3 game. Darcy Koch added 4 goals and Brody Burge added a goal and 3 assists. Goaltender Morgan Heck earned the win in the pipes stopping 11 shots. The Weber Mustangs took an overtime win against the Pacific Ridge Hockey Club, 3-2. Dilan Vallejo netted the overtime game winner and goalie Leonardo Dries took the win topping 15 shots. Overtime was the deciding factor between Denver East High School in a 3-2 final against the Dallas Penguins. Joseph Capra scored in the extra frame and goaltender Jacob Smitherburger picked up the win in net. St. Viator edged the Texas Tigers in a shootout, 6-5. Jake Knieling added a goal, an assist, and the game winning shootout goal. Netminder Dominic Grimaldi turned away 34 shots in the win. The Texas Jr. Brahmas shutout Monument Hockey Academy in a 2-0 game. Goaltender Maverick Sweeny stopped all of the 40 shots he faced. The Portland Winterhawks blanked Golden State Elite in a 1-0 contest. Nicholas Ulyanov posted a 37 shot shutout win. The Clearwater Ice Storm picked up a 5-2 victory against the New Mexico Jr. Ice Wolves. Ashton Gibson added two goals and Goaltender Phillip Tate stopped 19 shots. The Madison Capitols defeated the Lincoln Stars 4-1. Goaltender Travis Visvardra stopped 13 shots in the win. Clearwater Ice Storm added a 5-3 win against St. Mary’s. Ben Reimer totalled 3 points with 2 goals and 1 assist. Goalie Connor Sheridan stopped 17 of 20 shots. The Jersey Whalers topped the Arizona Hockey Union in a 5-1 game. Sam Iannella totalled 4 points with 2 goals and 2 assists. Lowen Newman was great in net stopping 14 shots. The St. Louis Sting added a win over the Anaheim Jr. Ducks, 2-1. Brandt Diel had a two point game and goaltender Ryan Obert stopped 18 shots. The Philadelphia Hockey Club took down the Texas Tigers 5-2. Dante Passio and Colin Helkowski both scored twice. Goalie Matthew Beatty stopped 43 shots in the victory. 

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