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2013 NAHL Top Prospects Rosters - Junior Hockey News

Published: Tuesday, 22 Jan 2013

The North American Hockey League announced the roster assignments for the 2013 NAHL Top Prospects event. 120 NAHL players spread amongst six teams will compete in Troy, Michigan, February 18-20.

t the event, six teams - Dakota, Frontier, Great Lakes, Midwest, Texas and the NAHL 18U Selects - will each play three games. Each team consists of a 20-man roster as nominated by the league's 24 head coaches and then chosen by the NAHL Top Prospects Tournament head coaches and selection committee.  Each of the teams will consist of 12 forwards, 6 defensemen and 2 goaltenders.  The number of players represented by each NAHL team was based on each team's winning percentage within their division as of January 14th.  In addition, there were three wild card players selected to play on the Frontier team.

2013 NAHL Top Prospects schedule:

Monday, February 18th: 
2:00pm - Dakota vs. Great Lakes
4:30pm - NAHL 18U Selects vs. Midwest
7:00pm - Frontier vs. Texas                  

Tuesday, February 19th: 
2:00pm - NAHL 18U Selects vs. Dakota
4:30pm - Frontier vs. Midwest
7:00pm - Great Lakes vs. Texas

Wednesday, February 20th: 
9:00am - Frontier vs. NAHL 18U Selects
11:30am - Texas vs. Dakota
2:00pm - Midwest vs. Great Lakes



posted Jan. 22nd, 2013 - 2:08pm
Stephen Heisler says:
This is better...

posted Jan. 22nd, 2013 - 2:46pm
Christian Poulsen says:
RUNNERS = class!...and at a glance...the rest too

posted Jan. 22nd, 2013 - 3:17pm
Mike Jones says:
How about Minot and Austin send 7 players each. Most out of any other team.

posted Jan. 22nd, 2013 - 3:28pm
robert hutch says:
Leisner not one of the Texas goalies!!!? Interesting.

posted Jan. 22nd, 2013 - 3:48pm
Christian Poulsen says:
Maybe something already in the works for Hunter or maybe needs no distractions that week when the RUNNERS come to town!

posted Jan. 22nd, 2013 - 7:36pm
Mateo Stannard says:
How about Minx, Lanzillotti or Scheppelman for the Jamestown D? All '92 birth years with the size and strength to compete at D1. What's the infatuation with two undersized, average D-men?

posted Jan. 22nd, 2013 - 9:41pm
Bill Smith says:
The Soo coaching staff should be absolutely ashamed of themselves for selecting a player that joined the team in late December and has only played a handful of games. Yet, their uncommitted 92's who have played their butts off all year are slighted and not given the opportunity to showcase their talent in front of the scouts. I also shake my head at excluding their uncommitted 94' goalie (one of the best stats in the league).

A complete shame to disregard the hard work and success that these players have contributed to, yet a part-time player comes in and gets the "reward". I hope this does not upset the team chemistry that Coach Bruno spoke so highly of a couple of months ago.

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