(Wausau, WI) – After a home game this Friday night versus Peoria the Wausau RiverWolves travel to Blaine, Minnesota for the tenth annual NA3HL Showcase, which is set to take place December 15th through the 17th.
All NA3HL teams will play three regular-season games at the Showcase, which is annually one of the most well-attended and scouted events of the entire season for the league, attracting college and junior scouts alike. The NA3HL Showcase brings every NA3HL team under one roof, which allows scouts to see all the great talent the league has to offer. Not only does the showcase see a large presence of NCAA scouts but NAHL Central Scouting is also in attendance, furthering the chances for players to earn a call up to the NAHL.
Wausau will take on the Yellowstone Quake, Mid Cities Jr. Stars and Missoula Jr. Bruins over the three-day period. They face the Quake on December 15th with puck drop scheduled for 4:00 pm. The puck will drop at 12:30 pm on December 16th against Mid Cities and the RiverWolves will concluded their showcase games with a match-up versus Missoula on Tuesday at 12:15 pm. All games can be seen live on HockeyTV with RiverWolves play by play broadcaster Jake Sennholz on the call.
The Quake are 5th in the Frontier Division with a record of 8-14-2-0. Yellowstone is led by Dylan Rumpke who has 20 goals and 23 assists which averages 1.79 points per game. Michael Allman is the Quake’s starting goaltender. He holds a record of 5-9-1 in the 16 games he has played in. He has a goals against average of 3.79 and a save percentage of .922
Mid Cities Jr. Stars
The Mid Cities Jr. Stars from the South Division hold a 8-10-1-0 record. Their record places them in 4th among the division. RJ Muckensturm is currently the top point getter for the Stars, he has 15 goals and 15 assists for the season. He averages 1.88 points per game. The Stars have one main goaltender by the name of Noah Kinsinger. He is 4-5 in 10 games played with a goals against average of 4.02. His save percentage sits at .912.
Missoula Junior Bruins
Lastly, the Missoula Junior Bruins are 6th in the Frontier Division with a 7-16 record. Cayce Balk is the top point getter for Missoula with 23 points on the season. In goal, expect Larkin Dolan to start for Missoula. The goalie has compiled a 3-7 record through the 10 games he has played. He has a save percentage of .910 to go along with a goals against average of 4.10.