Robertson Cup National Championship set to face off today

All four divisional champions during the regular season also win divisional playoffs
 

EDINA, MINN. -- The 2016 NAHL Robertson Cup Championship begins today and will take place from May 12-15 at the Braemar Ice Arena in Edina, Minn. The Robertson Cup crowns the NAHL’s National Champion. The NAHL, one of the top two junior hockey league’s in the United States, has 24 teams in 11 states. So far during the 2015-16 season, more than 180 NAHL players have committed to NCAA schools and in the past two seasons over 450 players have made NCAA commitments. In addition, 11 NAHL players were listed on the 2016 NHL Central Scouting final list and seven players with NAHL ties were selected in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft.

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Gorowsky bides time, makes mark in Fairbanks

 

By Jane Taffe
Fairbanks Ice Dogs

When the public address announcer at the Big Dipper Ice Arena calls winger Ryner Gorowsky, he rolls the “r” in his last name. In just his second season with the Fairbanks Ice Dogs, Gorowsky has rolled to become one of the top scorers in the North American Hockey League.

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Inside a championship: Wilderness celebrate title

 

The 2014-15 Minnesota Wilderness will forever walk together as Robertson Cup National Champions. The Wilderness claimed the NAHL’s annual award for playoff champion on May 16 with a 4-0 win over the Austin Bruins, sweeping the two-game series on the road.

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This is 40

Entering its 40th anniversary season in 2015-16, the NAHL has become better with age and is in the middle of a Golden Era

 

Entering its 40th anniversary season, the NAHL may be at the peak of its existence. That is thanks in large part to the recent run of success the League of Opportunity has had when it comes to NCAA commitments, NHL Draft picks, fan attendance, team stability and NAHL event success.

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Minnesota Wilderness crowned 2015 Robertson Cup Champions

Behind 26 saves and a shutout from Robertson Cup Finals MVP Brock Kautz, the Minnesota Wilderness were crowned the 2015 NAHL Robertson Cup National Champions thanks to a 4-0 win in Game 2 of the best-of-three series.

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