Walker most prolific playmaker among nine Alaska D1 skaters
With 16 points in 16 games, Anchorage’s Nolan Walker has emerged as the most prolific playmaker among the nine Alaska skaters playing NCAA D1 hockey.
The freshman forward at St. Cloud State registered his first point in his first college game and never looked back.
Walker has scored five goals on just 15 shots to give him one of the best scoring percentages in the country.
Anchorage’s Kenny Hausinger is second among Alaskans with 10 points on five goals and five assists in 16 games.
The junior forward at Massachusetts-Lowell put together a terrific three-game stretch in November, when he bagged two goals and four assists.
The former Dimond High star is Alaska’s active career leader in goals (24), assists (24) and points (48) in 84 career games.
Justin Teets of Fairbanks and Alex Carle of Anchorage lead the way for defensemen with five points. Both players have five assists.
Points Player Hometown College Goals Assists
16 Nolan Walker Anchorage St. Cloud 5G, 11A
10 Kenny Hausinger Anchorage Mass-Lowell 5G, 5A
5 Sean Harrison Anchorage Union 2G, 3A
5 Justin Teets Fairbanks Ala-Huntsville 0G, 5A
5 Alex Carle Anchorage Merrimack 0G, 5A
4 Daniel Haider Anchorage Army 2G, 2A
2 Croix Evingson Anchorage Mass-Lowell 0G, 2A
0 Ryan Schwalbe Anchorage Minnesota State 0G, 0A
0 Gage Mackie Anchorage Arizona State 0G, 0A