NAHL Announces Minnesota Wilderness Hockey Player, Aaron Myers as NAHL Divisonal Star of the Week

Myers Named NAHL Division Star of the Week

CLOQUET, MN – The North American Hockey League has named Minnesota Wilderness Forward, Aaron Myers, as the Central Division Star of the week. Read the full post here.

Central Division Star of the Week: Aaron Myers, forward, Minnesota Wilderness

Minnesota Wilderness forward Aaron Myers, 19, is putting a great cap on his rookie season in the NAHL. The 5’11/176 lbs. native of Thief River Falls, Minnesota, continued his point production this past weekend in a weekend road split against the Minot Minotauros, totaling six points in two games. On Friday, Myers had a goal and four assists in a 5-4 overtime win. On Saturday, he picked up an assist on the lone goal for the Wilderness in a 5-1 loss. For the season, Myers leads the team in scoring with 50 points 55 games played. “Aaron is an outstanding 200-foot player. He showed again last weekend why he is one of the best all-around players to ever play for the Wilderness,” said Wilderness head coach Dave Boitz.

2nd Star: Adam Pitters, F, Aberdeen Wings

Honorable Mention (alphabetical): Luke Aquaro, F, Brookings Blizzard – Jonathan Bendorf, F, Aberdeen Wings – Daniel Chladek, F, Bismarck Bobcats – Ben Garrity, G, Minot Minotauros – David Raisanen, F, Minot Minotauros – Willy Stauber, D, Bismarck Bobcats – Gabe Wahl, F, Brookings Blizzard