In the first game of the day, the North division took on the South division. The South outshot the North 48-25, but were shutout by the score of 3-0.
Brandon Reinholz had a very good day, getting an assist on the first goal of the game, which was scored by Soo's Michael Sabatin. The second assist went to Janesville's Robin Hoglund.
Then in the third period Reinholz scored the empty-net goal to make the game 3-0. The assists went to Sabatini and Robin Hoglund.
Mitch Hall didn't register a point in the game and was an even on the ice. He did receive a two-minute penalty in the second period for interference.
Cody Bentzel was also in the lineup for the North. He was an even on the day and didn't have any penalties.
Both teams split the time in net with both their goalies. For the North, Port Huron's Alex Blankenburg started the game and played the first 29:57 minutes. He faced 18 shots, turning away all 18.
Springfield's Stefanos Lekkas finished the game and turned away all 30 shots he faced.
Cody Gylling appeared in the game for the south. He didn't have any points in the game, was a even rating, and had two shots on net.
Tomorrow the North plays Midwest at 3:30pm.
The middle game of the day saw the NAHL U18 Selects beat the HPHL team 3-0. No former Tomahawks competed in the game.
The last game of the night saw Midwest take on the Central division, with Central winning the game 4-1.
Former Johnstown Tomahawks' forward Omar Mullan played in the game for Midwest. Mullan didn't register a point and was minus three in the game.
For the Central division team, former Tomahawks' forward Evan Hesse played but didn't have any points. He was a plus 1 and put two shots on the net.