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    2014-15 Playoffs

    All seven top seeds advance to round 2 of the 2014-15 Playoffs.
    Central Division: The Illiana Blackbirds receive a 2nd round bye as the Riverkings and Oilers battle it out for a chance of playing in the Final Four. The Riverkings led the regular season series 5-1.
    Minnesota Division: The Dells Ducks will face the Forest Lake Lakers in a series the Ducks led 4-2 in the regular season and the Rochester Ice Hawks will face the Hudson Crusaders.  Rochester swept the regular season series versus the Crusaders.

    Each victor will advance to the Final Four where one team will be crowned the Bush Cup Champion and earn the opportunity to represent the MnJHL in the National Tournament.

    Playoffs - Round 2

    Central Division

    Playoffs- Round 1

    Austin Luxford - Riverkings
    Sherman Mowery - Ducks

    Playoffs - Round 1

    Creighton Furber - Oilers
    Sandro Aeschlimann-Ducks
    Matiss Kivlenieks - Lakers

    Top Uncommitted 1994's

    2015-16 College Commitments/NAHL Advancements

    Player Team Advancement
    Collin Plitt Wisconsin Rapids Riverkings University of Wyoming ACHA D3
    Tyler Martz Wisconsin Rapids Riverkings Northern Michigan University, ACHA D2
    Matiss Kivlenieks Forest Lake Lakers Coulee Region Chill, NAHL
    Dave Landau Wisconsin Rapids Riverkings Morrisville State Univ NCAA D3
    Bradley Hefner Dells Ducks Morrisville State Univ NCAA D3
    Josh Colleaux Dells Ducks Minot State ACHA D1
    Jacob Bromen Minnesota Owls Waldorf College
    Matt Millendorf Dells Ducks Trinity College

    Playoff Standings

    Dells Ducks

    Rostering two of the leagues top goaltenders the Ducks set a new league record in the GAA category.

    Week 24 Top Performers

    February Players of the Month

    League Playoff Leaders


    Game Win Streak - Rochester Ice Hawks & Illiana Blackbirds -15
    Consecutive games with a goal: Adrien Sebag - 11
    Consecutive games with a point: James Pyle -27
    Consecutive games with a hat trick - Andrew Willner -3
    Consecutive shutoutsSandro Aeschlimann (A) -3
    Consecutive wins-goaltender: Sandro Aeschlimann -14