2012-13 NAHL Schedule Released

SPRINGFIELD, IL –The North American Hockey League has announced the schedule for the 2012-13 season. The Jr. Blues will travel to Alaska this season to play Fairbanks and Kenai River this season. The schedule includes 28 home games, all on Friday and Saturday except a New Years Eve and New Years Day series with the Michigan Warriors. The entire schedule is listed below. Times for all games will be released at a later date.

 

# Date Away Home Rink
1 Wed. 12 Sep. 2012 Springfield TBD Blaine, MN
2 Thu. 13 Sep. 2012 Springfield TBD Blaine, MN
3 Fri. 14 Sep 2012 TBD Springfield Blaine, MN
4 Sat. 15 Sep. 2012 TBD Springfield Blaine, MN
5 Fri. 21 Sep. 2012 Kenia River Springfield Nelson Center
6 Sat. 22 Sep. 2012 Kenia River Springfield Nelson Center
7 Fri. 28 Sep. 2012 Fairbanks Springfield Nelson Center
8 Sat. 29 Sep. 2012 Fairbanks Springfield Nelson Center
9 Fri. 5 Oct. 2012 Springfield Jamestown Jamestown
10 Sat. 6 Oct. 2012 Springfield Jamestown Jamestown
11 Fri. 12 Oct. 2012 Port Huron Springfield Nelson Center
12 Sat. 13 Oct. 2012 Port Huron Springfield Nelson Center
13 Fri. 19 Oct. 2012 Springfield Topeka Kansas Expo
14 Sat. 20 Oct. 2012 Springfield Topeka Kansas Expo
15 Fri. 26 Oct. 2012 Janesville Springfield Nelson Center
16 Sat. 27 Oct. 2012 Janesville Springfield Nelson Center
17 Sat. 3 Nov. 2012 Springfield Johnstown War Memorial
18 Sun. 4 Nov. 2012 Springfield Johnstown War Memorial
19 Fri. 9 Nov. 2012 Sault St Marie Springfield Nelson Center
20 Sat. 10 Nov. 2012 Sault St Marie Springfield Nelson Center
21 Fri. 16 Nov. 2012 Topeka Springfield Nelson Center
22 Sat. 17 Nov. 2012 Topeka Springfield Nelson Center
23 Sat. 24 Nov. 2012 Springfield Kalamazoo West-Borgess
24 Sun. 25 Nov. 2012 Springfield Kalamazoo West-Borgess
25 Fri. 30 Nov. 2012 Springfield Sault St Marie Pullar Stadium
26 Sat. 1 Dec. 2012 Springfield Sault St Marie Pullar Stadium
27 Fri. 7 Dec. 2012 Topeka Springfield Nelson Center
28 Sat. 8 Dec. 2012 Topeka Springfield Nelson Center
29 Fri. 14 Dec. 2012 Kalamazoo Springfield Nelson Center
30 Sat. 15 Dec. 2012 Kalamazoo Springfield Nelson Center
31 Fri. 21 Dec. 2012 Springfield Janesville Janesville Ice
32 Sat. 22 Dec. 2012 Springfield Janesville Janesville Ice
33 Fri. 28 Dec. 2012 Springfield Topeka Kansas Expo
34 Sat. 29 Dec. 2012 Springfield Topeka Kansas Expo
35 Mon. 31 Dec. 2012 Michigan Springfield Nelson Center
36 Tue. 1 Jan. 2013 Michigan Springfield Nelson Center
37 Fri. 4 Jan. 2013 Springfield Port Huron McMorran Main
38 Sat. 5 Jan. 2013 Springfield Port Huron McMorran Main
39 Fri. 11 Jan. 2013 Springfield Kenai River Soldotna S.C.
40 Sat. 12 Jan. 2013 Springfield Kenai River Soldotna S.C.
41 Fri. 18 Jan. 2013 Springfield Fairbanks Big Dipper
42 Sat. 19 Jan. 2013 Springfield Fairbanks Big Dipper
43 Fri. 25 Jan. 2013 Jamestown Springfield Nelson Center
44 Sat. 26 Jan. 2013 Jamestown Springfield Nelson Center
45 Fri. 1 Feb. 2013 Michigan Springfield Nelson Center
46 Sat. 2 Feb. 2013 Michigan Springfield Nelson Center
47 Sat. 9 Feb. 2013 Springfield Kalamazoo West-Borgess
48 Sun. 10 Feb. 2013 Springfield Kalamazoo West-Borgess
49 Fri. 15 Feb. 2013 Springfield Michigan Flint
50 Sat. 16 Feb. 2013 Springfield Michigan Flint
51 Fri. 22 Feb. 2013 Sault St Marie Springfield Nelson Center
52 Sat. 23 Feb. 2013 Sault St Marie Springfield Nelson Center
53 Fri. 1 Mar. 2013 Johnstown Springfield Nelson Center
54 Sat. 2 Mar. 2013 Johnstown Springfield Nelson Center
55 Fri. 8 Mar. 2013 Springfield Michigan Flint
56 Sat. 9 Mar. 2013 Springfield Michigan Flint
57 Fri. 22 Mar. 2013 Springfield Sault St Marie Pullar Stadium
58 Sat. 23 Mar. 2013 Springfield Sault St Marie Pullar Stadium
59 Fri. 29 Mar. 2013 Kalamazoo Springfield Nelson Center
60 Sat. 30 Mar. 2013 Kalamazoo Springfield Nelson Center

 

About the Jr. Blues

The Springfield Jr. Blues are the NAHL’s longest running active team, having joined the NAHL back during the 1993-94 season.  The Jr. Blues are just one of seven NAHL teams to have won multiple Robertson Cup Championships (1996, 1997).  Over 160 alumni have gone on to NCAA Division I and III hockey.

 

About the NAHL

The NAHL, the only USA Hockey-sanctioned Tier II Junior league boasting 28 teams from across North America, prides itself on the social maturity and skill development of student-athletes ages 16-20 with aspirations of advancing to collegiate and/or professional hockey.  To date in 2011-12, over 110 NAHL players have committed to NCAA schools.  Famous alumni of the NAHL include:  Stanley Cup Champion and Conn Smythe/Vezina Trophy winner Tim Thomas, Buffalo Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller and Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane.  For more information, visit www.nahl.com.