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Weekend Preview – Dec. 6 & 7

With this past weekend off, the Chill watched as the Central Division standings shook up around them. The Chill currently sit in third place in the Central Division standings only behind the St. Louis Jr. Blues and the Rochester Grizzlies. This weekend they look to take the edge in a home and home series against the New Ulm Steel. 

On Friday, December 6th the New Ulm Steel come to town for another matchup this season. The two teams have met twice thus far.. During those two meetings, the Chill have come away with both victories. They now look to extend their winning streak against New Ulm this season with a home game on Friday and a road game on Saturday, December 7th in New Ulm. The New Ulm Steel currently sit in fourth place in the West Division as the Chill sit in third place in the Central Division. 

This Friday, December 6th come on down to catch the Coulee Region Chill host the New Ulm Steel for the last home game of 2019! To celebrate the final home game of 2019 were doing Skate with the Chill night! Immediately following the game, jump on the ice and skate with all your favorite Chill players! Puck drops at 7PM! Get your tickets early at: www.crchill.com. Can’t make it? Listen live at: www.couleeregionsportsnetwork.com. Catch Saturday’s game on HockeyTV!

Weekend Recap – Nov. 21 & 24

This past weekend the Chill battled in three games with three different opponents. On Thursday, they came up short at home against the Rochester Grizzlies, traveled to Wausau on Friday and brought home a W, and put on a show as they took down the St. Louis Jr. Blues on Sunday. After the weekend, the Chill remain in second place in the Central Division standings. 

On Thursday, November 21st the Rochester Grizzlies came to Green Island Ice arena for the Chill’s first game of the weekend. Rochester came out flying and scored five goals in the first period to the Chill’s one. The Chill’s goal in the first came from Parker Severson with assist from Marco Escobar and Jacob Best. Rochester carried their momentum into the second period as they found the back of the net two more times. In the third, Rochester would score two more goals as the Chill would only tally up one more goal. That goal came from Marco Escobar with assists from Gijs De Schepper and Jacob Best. The Chill would fall to the Rochester Grizzlies 9-2. Starting in net for the Chill was Devin Naidow. Michael Janke took over halfway into the first period and would stop 37 of the 42 shots he faced on the night. 

On Friday, November 22nd the Chill traveled to Wausau to take on the RiverWolves for their second game of the weekend. After a slow start on Thursday night, the Chill came out flying in the first period of Friday night’s game. The Chill were able to tally up six goals in the first to Wausau’s one. Goals in the first period came from Joey Wiczek, two from Christopher Gilbert, two from Sam VanderHoeven, and another from Lucas Wieser. Many names also contributed to the six goals with assists coming from Chirstopher Gilbert, Branwen Pollett, Joey Wiczek, Gadel Khismatullin, Flavien Fondadouze, and Dylan Dent. During the second period, Wausau would score two goals to the Chill’s one. That goal came from Gadel Khismatullin with an assist from Christopher Gilbert. Wausau would score one more time in the third period while Flavien Fondadouze would find the back of the net twice. Assists on Flavien’s goals came from Ethan McCormack, Christopher Gilbert, Parker Severson, and Jacob Best. The Chill defeated the Wausau RiverWolves with a final score of 9-4. Devin Naidow was in net for the Chill as he stopped 35 of 39 shots on the night. 

 

On Sunday, November 24th the 1st place St. Louis Jr. Blues came to town for the Chill’s third and final game of the weekend. The Jr. Blues struck first in this game with a goal in the first period to take the lead. With no scoring in the second period, the Jr. Blues led 1-0 after two periods. About halfway into the third period, Sam VanderHoeven tied up the game with a goal and an assist from Gadel Khismatullin and Dylan Dent. Shortly after, Flavien Fondadouze was able to find the back of the net for the go ahead goal for the Chill with assists coming from Christopher Gilbert and Ethan McCormack. The Chill, would add to their lead with a third goal in the third period from Gadel Khismatullin with an assist from Sam VanderHoeven. The Chill would rally to put on a show with a comeback in the third period to take down the St. Louis Jr. Blues of a score of 3-1. Michael Janke was in net for the Chill. Janke would let in the first shot he faced in the game. After, Janke played lights out stopping 37 shots on the night. 

Up next for the Chill is a home and home series with the New Ulm Steel on December 6th and 7th! On Friday, December 6th the Steel come to town for another meeting! On Saturday, December 7th the Chill then travel to New Ulm for their second game of the weekend. Get your tickets early at: www.crchill.com. Catch all the action on HockeyTV!

Weekend Preview – Nov. 21, 22 & 24

This past weekend, the Coulee Region Chill were able to come away with four points in three games as they battled twice against the Alexandria Blizzard and once against the Milwaukee Power. The Chill now sit in second place in the Central Division standings as they stare into another three game weekend. 

On Thursday, November 21st the Chill host the Rochester Grizzlies as they come to town for a Central Division matchup. The Chill and Grizzlies have had two meetings this season back in early October in Rochester. In those two meetings each team was able to come away with a victory. The Rochester Grizzlies sit right behind the Chill in the Central Division standings in third place. Now at home, the Chill look to take the edge in the meetings with them. Puck drops at 7:00P.M! 

On Friday, November 22nd the Chill are on the road to Wausau to take on the RiverWolves in another Central Division matchup. The Chill and RiverWolves have had two meetings this season. Each team has hosted a game and came away with a victory. The RiverWolves currently sit in sixth place in the Central Division Standings. The Chill now look to take the lead in their meetings with Wausau on their push to the top of the Central Division standings. Puck drops at 7:30P.M. 

To close out the weekend the St. Louis Jr. Blues come to town on Sunday, November 24th for the Chill’s third and final game of the weekend. The Chill and Jr. Blues have had three meetings this season all in St. Louis. The Jr. Blues have the edge on the Chill in their meetings with two wins to the Chill’s one. Now at home, the Chill look to even up the meetings between them and close out the weekend strong. The St. Louis Jr, Blues currently sit ahead of the Chill in first place in the Central Division standings. Puck drops at 12:00P.M. 

Get your tickets early at: www.crchill.com. Can’t be there? Listen live at: www.couleeregionsportsnetwork.com. Or catch all the action on HockeyTV!

Weekend Recap – Nov. 15-17

This past weekend the Coulee Region Chill had a three game home stand where they were able to come away with four points. With those two wins, the Chill now find themselves in second place in the Central Division standings only behind the St. Louis Jr. Blues. 

On Friday, November 15th the Alexandria Blizzard came to town for the Chill’s first game of the weekend. Coming out strong was the Blizzard as they were first to find the back of the net only two minutes into the game. A quick answer, though, from Marco Escobar would tie the game up at one a piece. The assist on Escobar’s goal came from Gijs De Schepper. Later in the period, the Chill would take a one goal lead with a goal from Flavien Fondadouze with assists coming from Parker Severson and Marco Escobar. Shortly after, Alexandria would tie the game back up. After one period of play, the offense shut off for both teams. With no scoring in the second or third period, this game would head to OT at two goals a piece. At the 3:43 mark into OT Jacob Best scored the game-winner for the Chill with assists coming from Parker Severson and Flavien Fondadouze. In net for the Chill was Michael Janke. Janke was able to help the Chill pull off the OT win while stopping 29 of the 31 shots he faced on the night. 

On Saturday, November 16th the Chill would again host the Alexandria Blizzard for their second game of the weekend. During the first period the Chill were unable to find the back of the net while Alexandria netted two goals to start off the game. Alexandria would then open up the second period with another goal to take a three goal lead. Later in the second, Marco Escobar was able to cut Alexandria’s lead by finding the back of the net with assists from Liam Farrell and Gijs De Schepper. Christopher Gilbert would also cut into Alexandria’s lead with the Chill’s second goal of the night with an assist from Joey Wiczek. Alexandria would score their fourth goal of the night in the last minute of the second period. Alexandria would have a 4-2 lead going into the third period. Marco Escobar was able to score his second goal of the night late in the third to cut the lead to only one goal with assists coming from Jacob Best and Sam VanderHoeven. The Chill would fall to Alexandria by a score of 4-3. In net for the Chill was Devin Naidow. Naidow was able to stop 32 of the 36 shots he faced on the night. 

On Sunday, November 17th the Milwaukee Power came to town for the Chill’s third and final game of the weekend. Starting off the first period, newcomer, Ethan McCormack was able to score two goals for the Chill. Assists on those goals came from Gijs De Schepper, Christopher Gilbert and Zach Cherry. Sam VanderHoeven would also find the back of the net for the Chill to extend their lead to three. Assists on VanderHoeven’s goal came from Jefferson Coffin and Gadel Khismatullin. Sam VanderHoeven would then open up the second period with his second goal of the day with assists from Parker Severson and Gadel Khismatullin. Milwaukee would then score back-to back goals to cut into the cut into the Chill’s lead. Branwen Pollett would take one back for the Chill with only three seconds remaining in the second period with assists from Flavien Fondadouze and Marco Escobar. Only one goal would come in the third period. That goal was scored by Jacob Best with assists coming from both Marco Escobar and Parker Severson. The Chill would close out the weekend with a 6-2 victory over the Milwaukee Power. In net for the Chill was Michael Janke. Janke was able to stop 29 of the 31 shots he faced. 

Up next for the Chill is another 3 game weekend with two at home and one on the road. Thursday, November 21st the Rochester Grizzlies come to town for a Central Division matchup. Puck drops at 7:00P.M. On Friday, November 22nd the Chill are then on the road to Wausau to take on the RiverWolves. Puck drops at 7:30P.M. The Chill then come back to home ice on Sunday, November 24th to take on the St. Louis Jr. Blues. Puck drops at 12:00P.M. Get your tickets early at: www.crchill.com. Can’t be there? No worries! Listen live at: www.couleeregionsportsnetwork.com. Or catch all the action on HockeyTV!

Weekend Preview – Nov. 15-17

This past weekend the Coulee Region Chill battled in a two-game road series against the Breezy Point North Stars. The Chill were able to come away with two victories on the weekend. The Chill remain in third place in the Central Division standings, but are continuing the close the points gap in the standings. The Chill have the potential to climb even higher in the standings this upcoming weekend as they stare into a three-game homestand this weekend against the Alexandria Blizzard and the Milwaukee Power. 

On Friday, November 15th the Alexandria Blizzard come to town for the first game of the weekend. Currently, the Chill lay in third place in the Central Division standings as the Alexandria Blizzard lay in fifth place in the West Division. This will be the first meeting these two teams have this season. The Chill and Blizzard only met once last season in the 2018 NA3HL Showcase where the Chill took a 6-2 victory. Puck drops at 7PM! 

On Saturday, November 16th the Chill and Blizzard meet again for the second game of the weekend. Puck drops at 7PM! This Saturday, November 16th the Chill will be hosting Skate with the Chill! So come on down, bring your skates, and skate with your favorite players!

On Sunday, November 17th the Milwaukee Power come to town for the Chill’s third home game of the weekend! Currently, the Milwaukee Power lay in fifth place in the Central Division standings. In two meetings so far this season, the Chill have come away with two victories. Puck drops at 12PM! 

Get all your tickets for the games early at: www.crchill.com and save $!  Can’t make it to the game,  isten live at www.couleeregionsportsnetwork.com or watch live on HockeyTV!

Weekend Recap – Nov. 8-9

The Coulee Region Chill extended their win streak by two games this past weekend in Breezy Point. With two more marks in the win column the Chill extend their win streak to 4 games and continue in their climb of the Central Division standings. 

On Friday, November 8th the Chill were on the road for their first game of the weekend as they traveled to take on the Breezy Point North Stars in their first of four meetings this season. Only one strike came in the first period for either team. Marco Escobar was able to find the back of the net first in this game.. The assists on that goal came from both Jacob Best and Jefferson Coffin. Into the second period, Jacob Best struck for the Chill’s second goal of the night with assists coming from Marco Escobar and Branwen Pollett. Breezy Point was able to tie this game up in the second period, though, as they scored back to back goals. Gijs De Schepper struck late in the third period for the Chill to retake the lead. Assists on De Schepper’s goal came from both Jacob Best and Parker Severson. The Chill rolled their momentum into the third period as they would score two more goals to secure the victory. A goal from Flavien Fondadouze was the first of two in the period with assists from Sam VanderHoeven and Jacob Best. Jacob Best also netted his second goal of the night for the fifth and final goal from the Chill to secure the victory late in the third. Assists on that goal came from both Gadel Khismatullin and Sam VanderHoeven. 

With that goal, Jacob Best found his name on every mark in the score sheet for the Chill as he scored five points in that game. Michael Janke was in net for the Chill as he was able to save 25 of the 27 shots he faced on the night. 

On Saturday, November 9th the Chill continue their road series with the Breezy Point North Stars in their second game of the weekend. Breezy Point would strike first in this match early in the first period. Shortly after, Christopher Drews answered with a goal for the Chill with assists from both Flavien Fondadouze and Jacob Best. Later on in the first period, Marco Escobar took the lead for the Chill with a power play goal with an assist from Jacob Best. After one period of play the Chill had a 2-1 lead. The Chill’s momentum could not be contained in the second period of this game as they were able to six goals while shutting Breezy Point out. Many names hit the score sheet for the Chill in the second period. The six goals would come from many different players including Sam VanderHoeven, Christopher Gilbert, Lucas Weiser, Flavein Fondadouze, and two goals from Parker Severson. Assists were also spread throughout the team as many different players contributed to these goals. Those names consisted of Marcus Robertson, Gadel Khismatullin, Gijs De Schepper, Flavein Fondadouze, Marco Escobar, Parker Severson, and Sam VanderHoeven. Breezy Point answered with the first goal in the third period. Sam VanderHoven would complete the hat trick in this game with two goals in the third period with assists from Gadel Khismatullin and Flavien Fondadouze. Breezy Point would net one more goal on the night. Marco Escobar closed out the game with the Chill’s 11th and final goal of the night on the powerplay with assists from Gijs De Schepper and Parker Severson. Devin Naidow was in net for the Chill as he was able to stop a whopping 44 shots of the 47 he faced on the night. 

Up next, the Chill are home for three games this weekend as they battle the Alexandria Blizzard on Friday, November 15th and Saturday November 16th. Puck drops at 7PM for those games! The Chill then continue their homestand on Sunday, November 17th as the Milwaukee Power come to town! Puck drops at 12PM! Get your tickets early at: www.crchill,com or listen live at www.couleeregionsportsnetwork.com.

Weekend Preview – Nov. 8 & 9

This past weekend the Chill battled in a two-game homestand against the Milwaukee Power and the Peoria Mustangs. With both victories secured, the Chill were able to jump into third place in the Central Division standings. Coming up this weekend, the Chill travel to the Breezy Point Ice Arena to take on the Breezy Point North Stars in a two-game road series. 

Currently, the Coulee Region Chill sit in third place in the Central Division standings. The Breezy Point North Stars sit in 6th place in the West Division standings. During the 2018-2019 season, the Coulee Region Chill and the Breezy Point North Stars did not meet. They will now meet this upcoming weekend in Breezy Point and again late in January of 2020 as they come to Green Island Ice Arena for a two-game series. 

Game one of the weekend will be held on Friday, November 8th and game two will be held on Saturday, November 9th. Puck drops at 7:30PM both games! Catch all the action on HockeyTV!

Weekend Recap – Nov. 1 & 2

The Coulee Region Chill started off the month of November with a bang as they were able to make two marks in the win column. The Chill took a homestand this past weekend as the Milwaukee Power and Peoria Mustangs came to town. With two victories secured, the Chill were able to make there way up to third place in the Central Division standings with multiple games in hand.

On Friday, November 1st the Milwaukee Power came to town for a Central Division showdown at Green Island Ice Arena. The Chill struck first in this game with a goal coming from Joey Wiczek with assists from both Chris Gilbert and Chris Drews. Shortly after the first goal, Sam VanderHoeven was able to find the back of the net with assists coming from both Flavien Fondadouze and Gadel Khismatullin. After one period of play the Chill lead 2-0. The Chill would net three more goals in the second period to gain a commanding lead. The three goals in the second period came from Sam VanderHoeven, Gadel Khismatullin, and Parker Severson. Many other players hit the score sheet during the second period with assists. Parker Severson, Flavien Fondadouze, Gijs De Schehppe, Jacob Best, and Gadel Khismatullin who all contributed to the three goals scored in the second period. The Chill continued to roll with their momentum into the third period as they scored their 6th goal of the game. That goal would come from Zach Cherry with assists from both Jacob Best and Parker Severson. Jacob Best would score the 7th and final goal from the Chill on the night with assists coming from Zach Cherry and Parker Severson. Milwaukee would deny the shutout with their first goal of the night at the 11 minute mark in the third period. Devin Naidow was in net for the Chill to help them secure the 7-1 victory as he stopped 24 of the 25 shots he faced on the night. 

On Saturday, November 2nd the Peoria Mustangs came to town for the second game of the weekend. Deep into the first period the Chill would hit the score sheet first with a goal coming from Christopher Drews with assists coming from Joey Wiczek and Christopher Gilbert. Peoria would answer with a goal shortly after to tie the game up after one period of play. Early in the second period the Chill would take back the lead with a goal from Christopher Gilbert with an assist coming from Christopher Drews. Again, Peoria would answer with their second goal of the night to tie the game up. Shortly after, Christopher Drews would take the lead for the Chill with his second goal of the night. Assisting that goal was Chritopher Gilbert. After two periods of play the Chill lead by one. Into the third period the Chill would extend their lead with a goal from Flavien Fondadouze with assists by Sam VanderHoeven and Gadel Khismatullin. No more than a minute later, Peoria would answer to cut the Chill’s lead to only one goal. Deep into the third, Sam VanderHoeven would ice the game for the Chill with their fifth goal of the night. Assists on that goal came from both Parker Severson and Branwen Pollett. In net for the Chill was Michael Janke. Janke was able to stop 21 of the 24 shots he faced on the night to help the Chill secure a 5-3 victory over the Peoria Mustangs. 

Up next for the Chill is a two-game road series as they travel to take on the Breezy Point North Stars. Those games will be held on November 8th and 9th. Catch all the action on HockeyTV! 

The Chill will be back on home ice the following weekend as they have a three game home stand on November 15th, 16th, and 17th. Get your tickets early at: www.crchill.com!

Weekend Preview – Nov. 1-2

This past weekend the Chill were able to take down Wausau at home and were unable to get passed Peoria on the road. The Chill sits at the fourth spot  in the Central Division with many games yet to be played. This weekend the Chill take a home stand against the Milwaukee Power and the Peoria Mustangs. 

On Friday, November 1st the Chill will host the Milwaukee Power for their first of their two game home stand this weekend. The Power lay behind the Chill in the Central Division standings in 5th place. The Chill have one meeting with the Power this season. In that one meeting, the Chill were able to secure a 4-1 victory at home. The Chill now look to make another mark in the win column against the Power in their climb of the Central Division standings. Puck Drops at 7PM! 

On Saturday, November 2nd the Chill will host the Peoria Mustangs for their second game this weekend. The Chill are one point behind the Mustangs in the Central Division.  This past weekend the Chill and Mustangs met for their first time this season. The Chill fell to the Mustangs 5-2 in Peoria. Now at home, the Chill look to secure a victory in their climb of the Central Division standings. Puck drops at 7PM! 

Come on down to Green Island Ice Arena on Friday, November 1st and Saturday, November 2nd to cheer on the Chill as they take on the Milwaukee Power and the Peoria Mustangs. Get your tickets early at: www.crchill,com or listen live on Coulee Region Sports Network or watch on HockeyTV!

Weekend Recap – Oct. 25 & 27

This past weekend the Coulee Region Chill hosted the Wausau RiverWolves at home and were able to secure another victory. The Chill also traveled to Peoria and broke their win streak against the Mustangs. 

On Friday, October 25th, the RiverWolves came to town for a Central Division matchup at Green Island Ice Arena. Prior to this game, the Chill were rolling on a three game winning streak looking to get their 4th W in a row. Both teams were scoreless after one period of play.  First to hit the scoresheet in this Central Division matchup was Jacob Best with his 7th goal of the season. Assists on that goal came from both Parker Severson and Christopher Drews. Another Chill goal came later in the period from Gadel Khismatullin with assists from both Flavien Fondadouze and Branwen Pollet. The Chill rolled their momentum into the third period as they struck again at the 2:33 mark in the third. That goal was from Flavien Fondadouze with assists from Gadel Khismatullin and Zach Cherry. A fourth and final goal from the Chill came late in the period to secure the 4-0 victory. Jacob Best would score his second goal of the night with assists coming from both Parker Severson and Chrisopher Drews. Michael Janke was in net for the Chill to help keep the win streak alive. Janke was able to stop 18 of the 18 shots he faced in the game for his first shutout of the 2019-2020 season. 

On Sunday, October 27th the Chill were on the road for their second game of the weekend as they traveled to Peoria to take on the Mustangs in another Central Division matchup. During the first two periods of this game, the Chill were unable to find the back of the net while Peoria was able to score twice. Early in the third period Branwen Pollett was able to find the back of the net for the Chill for their first goal of the night. Assists on that goal came from both Jacob Best and Parker Severson. Peoria answered with another goal no more than a minute later, though. Deeper into the third period, Sam VanderHoeven was able to net the Chill’s second goal of the night with an assist coming from Christopher Gilbert. Peoria would score two more times to secure the 5-2 victory over the Chill. Devin Naidow was in net for the Chill and was able to stop 29 of the 33 shots he faced. 

Up next for the Chill is a two home game stand this weekend! The Milwaukee Power come to town on Friday, November 1st. On Saturday, November 2nd the Peoria Mustangs will be the opponent. Puck drops at 7PM for both games! Come on down to Green Island Ice Arena for these Central Division matchups! Get your tickets early at: www.crchill.com and save $$!