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Thank You for a Great Season

The Jets 2013-14 season has come to an end. The entire Jets organization would like to thank our great Sponsors, Volunteers, Game night staff, Billet Families, Community Partners, the players, and most of all YOU THE FANS!!! We will do our best to keep you informed with upcomming Jets events throughout the summer leading up to next season!

Jets home Playoff Information

The Jets Return home this Friday night to take on the Michigan Warriors in Game 3 of their best of five series. The Warriors lead the series 2-0 after last weekends games in Flint. Tickets are available online at the Jets website

Ticket prices are $8 for adults and $6 for Kids and senior citizens. Also ten ticket Jet Pack group tickets are available through Jets Operations Manager Greg Hanthorn at or by calling 608-756-2382. 

Tickets for Saturday nights game (If Necessary) will be made available immediately following the game Friday,

Himley Wins North Division Player of the Week

Janesville Jets leading scorer and Air Force recruit Jordan Himley helped the Jets to a home weekend sweep of the Johnstown Tomahawks this past weekend, as well as, a big road win in Springfield. The 20-year-old native of Mundelein, Illinois, had four points (2 goals, 2 assists) in the three wins as the Jets secured the #3 seed for the upcoming North Division playoffs. After a 2-1 win on Tuesday in Springfield, Himley (5’8/165) had a goal and two assists in a 5-3 win over the Tomahawks on Friday. One night later, Himley scored the game-winning goal in a 4-1 win over Johnstown. For the season, Himley led the Jets in scoring with 49 points in 59 games played this season. “Jordan has been a go-to guy all season long and shows the leadership you want from a captain. He always seems to come up with a big goal that changes momentum. He is going to do well at the next level,” said Jets head coach Joe Dibble.

Jet Road Playoff Information


The Jets will play this Friday and Saturday night in Flint, Michigan against the Michigan Warriors.  Here is the information that I received from the Warriors Front Office.

Arena: Perani Arena and Event Center

             3501 Lapeer Road, Flint, Michigan 48503

Tickets: They will go on sale Wednesday Morning at 10am at the Box Office and on Ticketmaster. By calling the Warriors ticket office you can go around paying the Ticketmaster Fees. The Number to the Warriors ticket office is 810-742-9422 ask to speak to Mary.

Tickets will be $7.00 for Adults and $6.00 for Seniors(55+) and Kids(18 & Under).

If you want tickets behind the Jets Bench ask for Section 13



The team will be Staying at the Following Hotel:

Americas Best Value Inn

6075 Hill Rd

Flint, Michigan 48507

Phone 810-233-9000

There is also a Holiday Inn close to the arena. Their number would be -1-888-465-4329

Kautz is winningest goalie in Jets History

Congrats to Janesville Jets goalie Brock Kautz on becoming the winningest goalie in Jets History with victory over the Springfield Jr. Blues on Tuesday.

Kautz    38 wins

Kujava  35 wins

David Jacobson is 3rd with 26 wins.

JETS Jersey Silent Auction is on Now!

Silent Jersey Auction.

We are currently taking Bids on the player’s game worn jerseys. If you can’t attend this weekend’s game you can bid on a player’s jersey by sending your bid and info to Jets Operations Manager Greg Hanthorn at Please specify if you want to bid on the Home White Jersey or the Blue Away Jersey. All bids start at $200 and will go through Saturday night’s game. Also please let us know if you want the jersey signed.

The Jerseys that are available to be bid on are as follows:-

#1 B. Kautz (Both)

#2 I. Janco(Both)

#4 C. Vance (Both)

#5 J. Junttila(Both)

#8 A. Winborg (Both)

#9 A. Duggan (Both)

#10 J. Himley (Both)

#11 R. Marsanico(Both)

#12 Z Yoder(Both)

#13 M. Louria(Both)

#14 A. Smith (Both)

#15 K. Patava(White Only)

#16 A. Schuckuk (Both)

#17 T. Rehm(White Only)

#18 E. Feno (Both)

#19 R. Hoglund(White Only)

#21 B. Schultz(Both)

#22 G. Stueve(White Only)

#24 D. Callin (Both)

#25 M. Bigelbach(Both)

#26 Z Avolio(Both)

#27 T Gonzales(White Only)

#32 No Name(White Only)

#40 L. Halladay(White Only)

#74 N. Petrella( Both)


Friday and Saturday night you will be able to place bidding up until the end of the second period. Make sure you check to see is you have won and you can pay that night. If your bid wins and you are not in attendance you will be notified on Monday.


Former Jet David Jacobson Named D3 Player of the Year!

LEWISTON, MAINE — Junior goaltender David Jacobson of St. Norbert College has been chosen by the nation's ice hockey coaches as the 2014 winner of the Sid Watson Award Award, symbolic of the nation's best Division III men's ice hockey player. The 5-9, 165-pound native of Janesville, Wisconsin, went 22-1-1 this year with a 1.24 GAA and a save percentage of .935. The Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Player of the Year was a prime reason St. Norbert advanced to this weekend's NCAA Division III Men's Ice Hockey Championship in Lewiston, Maine. Jacobson and St. Norbert will meet Geneseo State at 4:00 p.m. on Friday.

Primarily due to the heroics of Jacobson, St. Norbert enjoyed a 13-game stretch from January 18 to March 8 in which they allowed more than one goal in only one game. This streak included seven shutouts and a team GAA of 0.69.

Jacobson first came to St. Norbert as a freshman in 2011-12. He started the season as a backup on a very young team that had graduated 11 seniors from the NCAA Championship team in 2011. In January of 2012, with the team sporting a record of 7-4-4, he took over the starting job and SNC went 14-1-1 on its way to back-to-back NCAA titles. David was rewarded as a second team All-American and as the 2012 Frozen Four Most Outstanding Player. He finished the year with 25 GP, 1.53 GAA and .936 save percentage.

As a sophomore, Jacobson played varsity soccer and led the team in scoring and shots on goal before returning to the hockey team for opening weekend. SNC won the playoff championship and lost to eventual 2013 NCAA Champion UWEau Claire. He was All-Conference and finished the year with 28 GP, 1.61 GAA and .931 save percentage. A first team All American this season, Jacobson sports career numbers of 1.47, .934, and 61-9-5.

The award is named in honor of former Bowdoin College head coach Sid Watson, a three-time winner of the Edward Jeremiah Award as Division III Coach of the Year. Watson won 326 at Bowdoin in a career that spanned from 1959 to 1983. He was also the school's athletic director.

The runner-up for the 2014 Sid Watson Award was Jackson Brewer, a junior forward from Trinity College and Newton, MA.


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More Cowbell!!

We need you to be LOUD AND PROUD this Weekend JETS fans! On Friday night we ask you to bring you cowbells and noise makers and lets raise the roof off the Janesville Ice arena!!
You will get your cue when to ring the cowbells and you could be the lucky winner of a $50 gift card from Culvers!! Lets make some noise and cheer the Jets on to another victory in our chase for the Playoffs!!

Halladay commits to Minnesota!

The Janesville Jets, proud members of the North American Hockey League (NAHL), are pleased to announce that goaltender Logan Halladay has made a commitment to play NCAA Division I hockey for the University of Minnesota of the BIG 10.

Halladay (6’2/180) is 18 years old and calls Cary, North Carolina home. This season, Halladay has appeared in 27 games and has a 16-8-1 record with a 2.32 goals against average and a 93.1% save percentage.

“We are very proud of Logan because this commitment is a result of all the hard work he puts in on and off of the ice. He has a confidence to his game that you don’t usually find in players his age. His compete level is off the charts and he improves his game every day. The Gophers are a first class program with an outstanding staff and they are getting a first class young man, it’s a great match,” said Janesville head coach Joe Dibble.

“I’m extremely thankful for this opportunity that I’ve been blessed by God with to play college hockey for such an unbelievable University. It’s been a lot of hard work and I would like to thank all of my coaches for pushing me to be the best that I could and always helping me get better but especially all of my family members who have been the best support system that I could ever ask for. There is no way I could have made it this far without them so I owe it all to them,” said Halladay.

“It has been a great year here in Janesville so far. The coaching staff and management have given the players every opportunity to succeed and I am extremely thankful for the help and support they have given along the way. We have a special group of guys this year in Janesville and we have all certainly pitched in to help get wins, as well as college commitments. Although we are receiving attention for commitments that we have earned, our number one goal is winning a championship and that is not something that we will stop working for. We are extremely excited to finish out the year strong and make a run for the Robby!” stated Halladay.

Halladay is the seventh player on the current 2013-14 Jets roster to have secured an NCAA Division I commitment, joining Kyle Patava (Army), Nick Petrella (Holy Cross) , Jesse Junttila (Northern Michigan), Michael Louria(UMASS Lowell), Austin Priebe (Air Force) and Robin Hoglund (University of Minnesota).

Hoglund Commits to Minnesota

The Janesville Jets, proud members of the North American Hockey League (NAHL), are pleased to announce that forward Robin Hoglund has made a commitment to play NCAA Division I hockey for University of Minnesota of the Big Ten Conference


Hoglund ( 6’03/205), is 19 years old and calls Moindal, Sweden home.  This season, he appeared in 45 games and has scored 18 goals and had 17 assists for 35 points for the Jets.


“We are very proud of Robin  because this commitment is a result of all the hard work he put in on and off of the ice. Robin pushes himself on and off the ice become a better player everyday,” said Janesville head coach Joe Dibble.  “ Also to have him commit to  a Hockey Institution like the University of Minnesota makes this a great achievement for him”.


“I’m extremely excited about the opportunity I’ve been given to play hockey for the gophers” says Hoglund. “ I believe that they have the best program out there and I really believe I can excel as a hockey player to my full potential in a school like that.” “I came to the U.S. with one goal and that was to play college hockey at the highest level possible and I absolutely found it” according to Hoglund.


“I would like to thank the people that have made this possible” stated Hoglund. The Janesville Jets and all the coaches I’ve played been playing for, my situation in Janesville has been really great with my billet family and roommate.” “But obviously this would not even be possible without my family home in Sweden” says Hoglund. “I cannot thank them enough for everything they have done for me, Thank You.”


Hoglund is the Seventh player on the current 2013-14 Jets roster to have secured an NCAA Division I commitment, joining Kyle Patava (Army), Nick Petrella (Holy Cross) , Jesse Junttila (Northern Michigan), and Austin Priebe (Air Force), Mike Louria (U-Mass Lowell), and Jordan Himley(Air Force).

Get your tickets for this years playoff Run!

The Jets are making a run for a playoff spot and could use your support!! Get your tickets now for some exciting hockey action!

Bring or Find your Sweetheart at the Jets Game!

Don't forget to get to the game early this Friday night to sign up for our "Sweetheart of a Goal" contest. Guess which jet will score the first goal in our Valentines day game against Coulee Region. And we will draw from all the correct entries and the winner will get:
$100 gift card to The Diamond Center
One Night Stay at Baymont Inn & Suites
Dinner for two at Quaker Steak & Lube

Get your tickets and join in the fun this Valentines Day? You never know cupid could strike at the game??

JETS welcome new faces this weekend!

The Janesville Jets would like to wish Mike Louria, Dan Kucerovy, Bryan Kronberger, and Joe Llaurado the best with their new teams. 
We also would like to welcome the following players to the Jets Family. They will all be in the lineup tonight as the Jets take on Port Huron.
#11- Rob Marsanico
#27 Truman Gonzales 
#9 AJ Duggan
#25 Michael Bigelbach
#2- Ian Janco
Puck Drops tonight at 7pm. Also on Saturday night it's Skate with the Jets!!

Jets Coaches Show for the week of 2-4-14

Jets Head coach Joe Dibble joins Operations manager Greg Hanthorn to update the status of the Jets this week.

Skate with the Jets has added guests!

The Second skate with the Jets this season is going to happen Saturday night February 8th. Tickets for this event go quickly so buying in advance is never a bad idea. Come out and skate with your favorite player, take pictures, and get autographs. The Jets will also be joined on the ice by Wrestlers from the JWA and Beloit Snappers Mascot Snappy!!! It’s a great night of family fun following the Jets game with Port Huron.

Halladay, Patava, & Vance make NAHL U18 team

Congratulations go out to Logan Halladay, Carson Vance, and Kyle Patava for being named to the NAHL U18 select team. They will be playing in Troy Michigan February 17 & 18.

Here are the game Schedules:

Monday, February 17th: North vs. South, 1pm – Central vs. Midwest, 3:30pm – NAHL 18U Selects vs. TBA, 6pm

Tuesday, February 18th: Central vs. South, 1pm – Midwest vs. North.

Hoglund & Callin Make Top Prospects

The Jets would like to Congratulate Robin Hoglund and Drew Callin for making the 2014 NAHL Top Prospects Team. They will both be members of the North Division team that will be playing in Troy Michigan February 17 & 18.
Here are the game Schedules:
Monday, February 17th: North vs. South, 1pm – Central vs. Midwest, 3:30pm – NAHL 18U Selects vs. TBA, 6pm
Tuesday, February 18th: Central vs. South, 1pm – Midwest vs. North,

Jets Head Coaches Show 1-24

This week on the Jets head coaches show we welcome Defenseman Bryan Kronberger #9.

Vote for Mauermann for Hobey Baker Award

Hey Jets fans lets get out and vote for Former Jet Ross Mauermann for the Hobey Baker award(! Share this link with all your friends and family. let's support one of the jets family!

"Grand in the Stands" Weekend!!!

This upcoming weekend is a challenge to all the Jets fans out there. We are looking to put a "Grand in the Stands" this weekend each night. We want to show the team that we appreciate all their efforts on and off the ice. So get your friends and family together and come out and show that you support their efforts. Also be as LOUD as you can and make the Janesville Ice Arena a Home Ice advantage.

Jets Coaches Show with Coach Largen

Assistant Head Coach Erik Largen fills in for Coach Dibble this week. Our Jet in the Spotlight is Jordan Himley.

Janesville Jets Head Coaches Show

On this weeks coaches show we meet new assistant coach Erik Largen.

Jets make trade with Dubuque Fighting Saints

The Dubuque Fighting Saints announced today that they have traded forward Joe Llaurado to the Janesville Jets in exchange for defenseman Jeff Alderfer.

Alderfer, 18, was a Dubuque draft pick and spent time with the Fighting Saints in the preseason. The 6-foot-0, 174-pound defender was selected by Dubuque in the 24th round in Phase II of the 2013 USHL Entry Draft. Alderfer attended the Fighting Saints training camp, skating in two preseason games and scoring one goal. He comes to Dubuque from the Janesville Jets of the NAHL where he skated in 20 games this season, registering an assist. Alderfer will wear #6 for the Fighting Saints. 

Llaurado spent 14 games with the Fighting Saints this season, notching two goals and five assists for seven points. The New Berlin, Wisconsin native is committed to Army.

Jets add new faces to lineup

The Janesville Jets welcome back Dan Kucerovy to the team. Dan was in the lineup last weekend at Port Huron. Also the Jets are welcoming Defenseman Alex Smith from the Youngstown Phantoms of the USHL. THe Jets are on the road this weekend as they take on the Michigan Warriors.

Halladay Named Goaltender of the Month in NAHL

FRISCO, TEXAS – The North American Hockey League (NAHL) has announced its monthly player awards for the month of December. The Easton Hockey NAHL Forward of the Month is Tayler Munson from the Fairbanks Ice Dogs.  The Easton Hockey NAHL Defenseman of the Month is Brandon Parker from the Brookings Blizzard.  The Brian’s Custom Sports NAHL Goaltender of the Month is Logan Halladay from the Janesville Jets.  Only players who are nominated by their respective teams are considered for the NAHL monthly awards. 

Brian’s Custom Sports NAHL Goaltender of the Month: Logan Halladay, Janesville Jets

The NAHL has a rich history of producing players that make it all the way to the NHL and although he is just 17-years-old, Janesville Jets goaltender Logan Halladay may be an early candidate of one day joining that long list of names, particularly at the goaltending position. The native of Cary, North Carolina enjoyed a perfect month of December, as the Jets got right back in the playoff race in the North Division. The Jets went 5-1 with Halladay (6’2/180) picking up all five wins and no losses. It capped off a streak of eight consecutive starts that Halladay didn’t lose a game. Halladay allowed just seven goals in six appearances giving him a goals against average of just 1.32 during the month. He stopped 192 of 199 shots that came his way, which was good for a 96.5% save percentage during December. He recorded a career-high 51 saves in a 2-1 win over Springfield back on December 13th. Halladay has a 10-4-1 record to date with a 2.55 goals against average and a 92.7% save percentage, which ranks 9th in the NAHL. He is also an NAPHL graduate, having played for the Carolina Jr. Hurricanes 16U team during the 2011-12 season. “Logan was giving our team confidence and giving us a chance to win every night, which is why we continued to try and ride that momentum. Although he is young, he is a pro when it comes to taking care of himself and making sure he is physically and mentally prepared to handles the rigors of the position,” said Jets head coach Joe Dibble. “We know there are a lot of eyes on him right now, but it is all about the team success with Logan. He puts the Jets first and he knows that his performance is 100% about the team. He is mature beyond his years and has a very bright future ahead of him at the next levels of hockey.”

As for Halladay, he echoed Dibble’s sentiment about team success being first and foremost in his mind, especially with the success in December. “I think we got back to having fun and really tried to take in each moment. Playing at this level is something not a lot of guys get to do, so we tried to focus on just playing in a team concept.  I wanted to slow things down and not put so much pressure on myself. I was happy to be out there and doing well and not let the stats dictate my attitude towards it,” said Halladay. “I would love to play college and pro hockey someday and that is definitely something I think about, but I don’t allow myself to think about it a whole lot. Our coaches have kept us focused on getting better one day at a time and just preparing for the next practice and game. I just want to become a better and more experienced goalie each time I step on the ice.”

Jets Announce New Assistant Coach



Janesville, Wis. - The Janesville Jets, proud members of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) have announced the hiring of Erik Largen as the Jets new assistant coach.  Coach Largen replaces former Jets Assistant Coach Jason Dobes and will begin his duties on January 1, 2014. 

            “I am very excited about Erik joining the Jets. He brings much more to the table then just coaching experience.  He has a great eye for talent and knows what it takes as a coach to develop hockey players on and off of the ice. Erik is very passionate about what he does and cares about his players. This is a tight nit family here in Janesville and we had to make sure we brought the right guy in and we know we found the perfect fit,” said Jets Head Coach Joe Dibble.

Coach Largen comes to the Jets with a wealth of playing and coaching experience.  Largen played in the NAHL for the North Iowa Outlaws and the Southern Minnesota Express prior to playing Division 1 college hockey at the University of Alaska – Fairbanks. 

Largen served as assistant coach of the Fairbanks Ice Dogs of the NAHL in 2009-10 and 2010-11.  The Ice Dogs were the runner-up in the Robertson Cup in 2010 and won the Robertson Cup championship in 2011. 

Largen was head coach of the Twin Cities Northern Lights in the Minnesota Junior Hockey League in 2011-12 and 2012-13.  The Northern Lights compiled an impressive 87-9-2 regular season record under Coach Largen and qualified for the USA Hockey Tier III National Tournament in both years and finished as Tier III National runner-up last season. 

Largen has been an assistant coach with the Tri-City Storm in the United States Hockey League (USHL) this season. 

“It is never easy making a coaching change mid-season, said Jets President Bill McCoshen.  Jason Dobes worked hard and we sincerely appreciate everything he did for the Jets the past 2 ½ seasons.  Our hockey model is different than most teams in our league.  The Jets are young by NAHL standards, but loaded with talent.  My partners and I felt we needed to bring in someone with higher level playing and coaching experience to complement the great work Head Coach Joe Dibble has done in Janesville.  Our primary job as an organization is to develop and promote our players to the highest college level possible, and we believe this move will help us achieve that goal,” said McCoshen.

Halladay & Avolio Recognized by league

Jets Goaltender Logan Halladay and forward Zach Avolio were recognized by the league for their efforts in the two game sweep of Coulee Region this weekend. Congratulations  Logan  and Zach for being recognized by the league. Halladay was named 2nd Star of the week, while Avolio earned Honorable Mention in the North Division.

Jets Announce New Ticket Prices for 2014

The Janesville Jets have announced that for the remainder of the season ticket prices will be as follows. All Adult walk up tickets will now be $9 and Kids and Seniors will be $6. We hope to see more of you for the second half of the season at the Janesville Ice Arena.

Through the eyes of the JETS

Who would play you in a movie?

Jet Life: #25 Mike Sullivan

Meet Jets Captain #25 Mike Sullivan.

Jet Life: #2 Jeff Alderfer

Meet Jets Defenseman #2 Jeff Alderfer.

Checkout Former Jet Ross Mauermann

Jet Life: #16 Alex Shuchuk

Meet Janesville JEt Forward #16 Alex Shuchuk.

Jet Life: #9 Bryan Kronberger

Meet Jet Defenseman #9 Bryan Kronberger.

Halladay North Division Player of the Week

North Division Star of the Week: Logan Halladay, goaltender, Janesville Jets

In just a matter of weeks, the Janesville Jets have gone from being at the bottom of the North Division to now knocking on the door of a playoff spot thanks to a stretch of success that has seen them win six of their last seven games. Jets 17-year-old goaltender Logan Halladay has been front and center behind that success, which included a home sweep this past weekend of the Springfield Jr. Blues. In the two one-goal wins, the native of Cary, North Carolina gave up just three goals and stopped 83 of a combined 86 shots. On Friday, Halladay (6’2/180) made a career-high 51 saves in a 2-1 win and on Saturday, he stopped 32 shots in a 3-2 win.  Halladay’s 93.1% save percentage now ranks 7th in the NAHL and he hasn’t suffered a loss in a game since November 3rd. “Logan has been unbelievable. There is a lot of attention on him right now by NHL and NCAA scouts and he has handled it with maturity,” said Jets head coach Joe Dibble. “He gave up some early goals in both games, but he immediately bounced back and maintained his focus. He plays hard and works hard for this team and that is very inspiring to his teammates.”

Jet Life: #6 Grant Fredric

Meet Janesville Jets Defenseman #6 Grant Fredric

A Christmas Gift to JETS fans

The Janesville Jets want to give a Christmas gift back to our fans this upcomming weekend. The Jets will be taking on the Springfield Jr. Blues on Friday and Saturday night at 7pm. The JETS want to Thank our fans with $6 tickets to both games this weekend. You can your tickets online or at the door. We will also have some great giveaways this weekend. Along with our "Ugly Christmas Sweater" Contest on Saturday night. 

So Make plans to celebrate the holidays this weekend at the Janesville Ice arena. Be loud and Proud JETS Fans!

Jets Head coaches Show 12-13

This weeks Jets Coaches show features #18 Evan Feno.

Who is the Best dancer on the Jets!

You've seen their moves on the Ice. But who has the best ones on the dance floor?

Jet Life: #13 Mike Louria

Meet Janesville Jet #13 Mike Louria

Himley Signs with Air Force!

Jets Forward Himley makes NCAA DI commitment



Janesville, Wis. - The Janesville Jets, proud members of the North American Hockey League (NAHL), are pleased to announce that forward Jordan Himley has made a commitment to play NCAA Division I hockey for the United States Air Force Academy  of the Atlantic Hockey League.


Himley (5’8/165), is 19 years old and calls Mundelein, Illinois home.  This season, he appeared in 26 games and has scored 11 goals and had 16 assists for 27 points for the Jets.


“We are very proud of Jordan because this commitment is a result of all the hard work he put in on and off of the ice. Jordan pushes himself on and off the ice become a better player every day,” said Janesville head coach Joe Dibble.  “ Having Jordan commit to the Air Force Academy, just proves that hard work pays off”.


The United States Air Force Academy offers full scholarships to it’s students with a guaranteed job the day you graduate,  As well as the opportunity to play Division 1 hockey. “I came to Janesville after a few seasons with the Chicago Young Americans” said Himley. “This is my second year as a Jet under Coach Dibble and Coach Dobes”. “I would like to thank these two coaches for the work they have put into me, and I would also like to thank my family for allowing me to play junior hockey to get to the next level” stated Himley.


Himley is the sixth player on the current 2013-14 Jets roster to have secured an NCAA Division I commitment, joining Kyle Patava (Army), Nick Petrella (Holy Cross) , Jesse Junttila (Northern Michigan), Michael Louria(UMASS Lowell) and Austin Priebe (Air Force).

Jet Life: #27 Cole Pierce

Meet #27 Janesville Jet Cole Pierce

Jet Life: #10 Jordan Himley

Meet Janesville Jets #10 Jordan Himley

Jet Life: #24 Drew Callin

Meet Janesville Jet #24 Drew Callin

Robin Hoglund Named North Division Player of the Week

North Division Star of the Week: Robin Hoglund, forward, Janesville Jets
Janesville forward Robin Hoglund, 20, continued his hot streak this weekend as the Jets split a weekend home series with the Soo Eagles. The native of Molndal, Sweden, extended his scoring streak to five straight games with another big weekend as he recorded two goals and two assists and was a +3 three in the two games. On Friday, Hoglund (6’3/205) had a goal and an assist and was +2 in a 4-3 loss. On Saturday, Hoglund repeated his one goal, one assist performance only this time his goal was the game-winner in a 4-1 win. For the season, Hoglund is 3rd on the Jets in scoring with 24 points in 25 games played. “Robin is a guy that has come in here with a great attitude and a work ethic that is contagious,” said Jets head coach Joe Dibble. “The young guys really build off his leadership and he is going to be a very exciting NCAA Division I player someday.”

Meet the Coaches this Friday Night

Just a reminder Jet fans that Miller Beer and HHffrrrggh Inn present the first meet the coaches following Friday nights game. Bring in your ticket stub for great deals from Miller Beer. It will also be your chance to meet and talk with Coach Dibble and Coach Dobes.

Jet Life: #5 Jesse Juntilla

Meet Janesville Jet #5 Jesse Juntilla

Jet Life: Who has the worst Mustache

Jets Coaches Show 12-4-13

Janesville Jets Show featuring #26 Zach Avolio.

Jet Life: The Outtakes

Here are some of the outtakes from the "Jet Life filming.

Jet Life: #74 Nick Petrella

Meet #74 of the Janesville Jets Nick Petrella

Jet Life: #40 Logan Halladay

Meet Janesville Jet #40 Logan Halladay

Meet Jet #18 Evan Feno

Meet Janesville Jet #18 Evan Feno

Meet JET Adam Winborg

Meet #8 Janesville Jet Adam Winborg.

Meet #12 Jets Defense man Zach Yoder

Meet #12 of the Janesville Jets Zach Yoder

Who would eat all the left overs?

With the Thanksgiving holiday over. We wanted to know which JET would eat all the leftovers?

Meet JET Tyler Rehm #17

Meet Jet Forward #17 Tyler Rehm

Meet #11 Jet Zac Keryluk

Meet #11 for the Janesville Jets Zac Keryluk

Meet JET Carson Vance #4

Meet Jet Defenseman #4 Carson Vance.

Meet JET Zach Avolio

Meet #26 Zach Avolio of your Janesville Jets.

Teddy Bear Toss this Friday 11/29

Meet JET Robin Hoglund

Meet #19 Robin Hoglund of the Janesville Jets.

Ring in the Holidays with the Jets in December!


This weeks player guest on the coaches show is #13 Mike Louria


Janesville Jets Head Coach Joe Dibble and Goalie Brock Kautz are this weeks guests with Operations Manager Greg Hanthorn.

Jets welcome your feedback! Please help us improve fan satisfaction by completing this fan feedback survey.

Louria Commits to U-Mass Lowell

The Janesville Jets, proud members of the North American Hockey League (NAHL), are pleased to announce that forward Michael Louria has made a commitment to play NCAA Division I hockey for U-Mass Lowell  of the Hockey East Conference


Louria ( 5’11/170), is 19 years old and calls Wexford , Pennsylvania home.  This season, he appeared in 20 games and has scored 11 goals and had 11 assists for 22 points for the Jets.


“We are very proud of Michael  because this commitment is a result of all the hard work he put in on and off of the ice. Michael pushes himself on and off the ice become a better player everyday,” said Janesville head coach Joe Dibble.  “ Also to have him commit to the school (U-Mass Lowell) that he wanted to be at from the beginning makes this a great achievement for him”.


Louria is the fifth player on the current 2013-14 Jets roster to have secured an NCAA Division I commitment, joining Kyle Patava (Army), Nick Petrella (Holy Cross) , Jesse Junttila (Northern Michigan), and Austin Priebe (Air Force)

JETS donate $3000 from Paint the Rink Pink

The Janesville Jets made a $3000 donation to Mercy Health systems before the game last night. The money was raised during the annual "Paint the Rink Pink" weekend. Pictured are Jets head coach Joe Dibble, Mercy Health System Jere Johnson, and Jets Operations Manager Greg Hanthorn.

Jets Pay tribute to Vets

Janesville Jet players Zach Avolio, Jordon Himley, Zach Yoder, Nick Petrella, Grant Fredrick, and Mike Louria recreate the famous photo from Iwo Jima today at Culvers in Beloit. Thanks Again to all Veterans.

Jets Players Stop by Riverfront Inc

The Janesville Jets players were out in the community again yesterday at Riverfront Inc. Riverfront, Inc is providing a continuum of innovative support for individuals with disabilities so they may live meaningful lives." According to Jets Goalie Brock Kautz there were alot of smiles when we left!

Jets Coaches Show 11/8/13

Our Weekly Coaches show featuring Jets Head Coach Joe Dibble and Jets Operations Manager Greg Hanthorn. Also Player interviews and highlights. So catch it weekly!!

Jets Present check for $3298 to MDA

This past weekend the Jets presented MDA with a check for $3298, from opening weekend fundraising. The Jets teamed up with Kutter Harley Davidson, The South Central Wisconsin Harley Owners group, and MDA in the fundraising effort. There is still some of the game worn limited edition Jerseys available along with the Orange Jets Kutter t-shirts. They are available at all Jets Home Games in our Merchandise booth.

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Janesville Jet Players preform 351 hours of Community Service in October!

Continuing on where they left off last year the Janesville Jets were out in the community in October. The team preformed 351 hours of Community Service. Doing everything from Skaters as Waiters, YMCA Family fun Day, Washington Elementary Octoberfest, and helping our friends from the Beloit Snappers with Trick or treating for children with disabilities in Beloit. The players will be out and about more now that the seaon is in full swing. If your group could use the help of the Janesville Jets email Operations Manager Greg Hanthorn at with all the information.

Jets in the Community this Week

This week Jet players have been very active off the ice preforming community service. On Sunday players took part in the YMCA family fun day from noon til four. On Monday ten players took part in the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Rock County fundraiser at Quaker Steak & Lube. Tuesday players were back out at Washington Elementary School in Janesville from 5-8pm for their annual October fest. And Today players will be at a special trick or treating night for children with disabilities in Beloit at the Fairfield Inn. 

"So far players have put in over 300 hours of community service this month. Also with the holidays things will be picking up even more. I'm very proud to say that Joe and Jason have assembled another fine group of young men. They are always willing to do the community service with a smile and seem to enjoy it" according to Jets Operations Manager Greg Hanthorn.

Jets ask Fans to join the players in support of Movember

NAHL announces continuation of Movember campaign
Fans are encouraged to support their favorite NAHL team and players in recognition of men’s health

FRISCO, TEXAS – The start of moustache season is here and the North American Hockey League (NAHL) and the Movember campaign is calling on all men and women to “Shave the Date: Movember 1.” Movember participants like those in the NAHL are hosting local events across the US on Movember 1 to kick off the moustache movement to change the face of men’s health.

This year, the North American Hockey League (NAHL) has announced that for the second straight season, it will be a part of Movember with their own campaign involving all 24 teams and the over 550+ players in the league. The NAHL Movember campaign is all about bringing back the moustache, having fun and doing it for a serious cause; men's health, specifically prostate and testicular cancer initiatives. Last season, the Odessa Jackalopes raised the most funds of any NAHL team.

Here is how it works… as the official rules of Movember state, all Mo Bros (NAHL players), once registered, must begin clean-shaven on the 1st of Movember and grow just a moustache (no beards, no goatees) for the 30 days of November. For the rest of the month, these selfless and generous men groom, trim and wax their way into the annals of fine moustachery. Also supported by the women in their lives, Mo Sistas, the NAHL and their Movember Mo Bros raise funds for awareness for their Mo-growing efforts. Mo Bros effectively become walking, talking billboards for the 30 days of November.

By joining one of the NAHL teams, fans will automatically be a part of the their team’s NAHL Network page which is a great way to connect with the other teams and individuals and keep up to date with the other Movember Moustache merchants. Fans are also encouraged to tweet pictures of their Mo's (mustaches) to @NAHLHockey.

Participation is really simple - men and women register at Movember to grow or support the Mo. Once registered, Movember participants recruit friends, family and colleagues to donate to their Mo- growing efforts. In 2012, Movember US saw more than 209,000 Americans growing and supporting the Mo, raising $21 million for men’s health to combat prostate and testicular cancer. Donations to your favorite team will accumulate under each teams account. The team with the most funds raised will win a team prize package from Gongshow Gear. Although Mo Bros don’t begin to grow until Movember 1st, October is the most important time for Mo Bros and Mo Sistas to register.

Adopt a Jet Program Available

Hey Business owners! How would you like to see your companies name on the back of a Janesville Jets jersey all season long? It's easy sign up for our Adopt a Jet program. For $500 we will put your companies name on the back of a current Jet players jersey. We will also have the player and jersey come to your business for a photo with you to display. If interested call Jets Operations Manager Greg Hanthorn at 608-756-2382.

Specialty Jersey Numbers that are Still Available

People have asked which Jersey numbers are still available. Here are the Harley numbers 9,14,15,17,18,19,21,24,29, 44. In the pink jerseys we have #14, 16, 24. 
We have sold three of these jerseys since posting that they were available. So if you want one email operations Manager Greg Hanthorn at

Louria named North Division Star of the Week

North Division Star of the Week: Michael Louria, forward, Janesville Jets
The Janesville Jets got back to the winning side of things with a weekend road sweep of the Coulee Region Chill. Leading the way offensively was 19-year-old forward Michael Louria. The native of Wexford, Pennsylvania recorded three goals and an assist in the two wins. On Friday, Louria (5’11/185) scored the game-winning goal with just over a minute left in a 5-4 win. On Saturday, he scored two more goals and added an assist in a 4-1 win.  He was also a +3 in the game.  For the season, Louria leads the Jets in scoring with 13 points (6 goals, 7 assists) in 10 games played. “Michael has come in and really brought that offensive firepower we lost from last season,” said Jets head coach Joe Dibble. “He has an unbelievable work ethic on and off the ice and works very hard for every thing he gets.”

Specialty Jerseys Still Available!

We still currently have some of the limited edition Harley(11) and Pink(3) Jerseys available. They are $200 a piece and would make a great Christmas gift for the Jets fan on your list. Proceeds from the sale of the Jerseys go to MDA(Harley) and Mercy Cancer Center(Pink). If you are interested in purchasing one of the jerseys please contact Operations Manager Greg Hanthorn at

JET Packs Still Available!

Hey Jet fans we still have JET Packs Available. Ten Jets tickets for $60 dollars! If you'd like to purchase JET Packs they are available at the door game nights, or call 752-JETS and ask for Zach.
Also if your non profit group would like to sell JET Packs for a Fundraiser contact Jets Operations Manager Greg Hanthorn at 756-2382.
We hope to see you "Loud & Proud" at an upcoming Jets game.

Bring your friends to see the JETS!!

Hey Jets fans get a group of ten or more friends and family together for a Jets game.That way you can take advantage of the lowest ticket price of $5 per person!! Where are you gonna find entertainment like Jets hockey for $5? Nowhere but the Janesville Ice Arena!!! So get your group together and give Zach at call at 608-752-JETS(5387). Remember when you get there to be LOUD & PROUD for your Janesville Jets!!

Providence happy to have Mauermann!

Get Your Tickets for our upcoming November Games

Tickets are available now for our November games against the Minnesota Magicians, Port Huron Fighting Falcons, and Coulee Region Chill!! Don't miss any of the upcomming Jets action! "New Heights No Limits"

Hoglund & Kautz recognmized by NAHL

The NAHL has recognized Jets Forward Robin Hoglund and Goalie Brock Kautz for their outstanding effort in last weekends sweep of the Michigan Warriors. Hoglund was named the North Divisions second star. While Kautz was named to the Honorable Mention list. With the sweep last weekend the Jets improved their record to 3-4-1 on the season. The Jets next games will be on the road at Coulee Region on October 18th & 19th.

Jets Thank Fans for Support during "Paint the Rink Pink"

The Jets would like to thank all the fans who came out and supported our annual "Paint the Rink Pink" weekend. Not only did the Jets Sweep the Michigan Warriors on the Ice. But off the Ice our "Skaters as Waiters" night at Texas Roadhouse was able to raise $1,200.00. And we had a successfull jersey auction following Saturday nights game. " The crowds were alittle smaller than last year do to all the events going on around Janesville" according to jets Operations Manager Greg Hanthorn. "But those who showed up saw some Great hockey and really supported the event".

The Jets are now on the road until the weekend of November 1-3 when the Minnesota Magicians come to town for a three game series. Both Friday & Saturday nights games will be at 7pm and Sunday 2pm. Tickets are available on line for all games here on the Jets website.

Welcome Back Ruslan

The Jets will Welcome home former Jet and Now Bemidji State Beaver Ruslan Pedan back this Saturday night. Ruslan will be back to see his former team and friends here in Janesville and take part in the ceremonial opening puck drop! Welcome home Ruslan!

It's Time for the Home Opener

The Janesville Jets want to see their fans in Full Force this weekend for the Home Opener against the Coulee Region Chill. Both games Friday and Saturday night will start at 7pm at the Janesville Ice Arena. This year the Jets have teamed up with Kutter Harley Davidson and the Local Hog Chapter to help raise money for MDA.

The Jets will be auctioning off Limited edition Harley Davidson Jerseys on Saturday night following the game. The Starting price will be $200. We also will be auctioning off the Black Harley t-shirts that the players wore in the labor day parade. The bidding on the t-shirts will start at $25. With the net proceeds from the auction benefitting MDA.

Tickets for the game are available now online here on the Jets website for $8 for adults and $6.50 for Kids and Seniors. Tickets at the door this year will be $10 day of game. Come out and support this years Jets team  as we make a run at the Robertson Cup!

Jets tickets for the 2013-14 season are now available on our website for all Jets home games. The Season Kicks off with Coulee Region comming to the the Janesville Ice Arena September 27th & 28th. The opening weekend series will be a fundraiser for the MDA. The Jets will be wearing one time only Harley Jersey's that will be auctioned off on Saturday the 28th. With all net proceeds going to MDA.

JETS welcome back Kautz


The Janesville Jets (NAHL) is proud to welcome back goalie Brock Kautz to the team. Kautz who was has spent the last two seasons with the Jets. Kautz 6’ 1” 180 from Rochester, Minnesota was with Tri-City of the USHL to start the season. “The team is excited to have Brock back” according to head Coach Joe Dibble. “Brock brings another level of confidence to our younger players and vets alike”. 

Janesville Jets assistant coach Jason Dobes has teamed up with the YWCA to "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes". The fund raiser is to raise awareness and end domestic violence. The Event will be held at the Pontiac Convention Center on Friday September 27th, 2013. Even though coach Dobes will not be able to attend due to the season opener that night. Coach asks that you sign up to pledge or walk at or call for more info at 608-752-5445.

JETS Paint the Rink Pink October 4th & 5th

The Jets are looking forward to our annual "Paint the Rink Pink" Weekend with Mercy Health Systems. This year the Jets will be painting the actual Ice Pink!! We will also have give aways both nights. This years jersey auction will be held on Saturday night October 5th after our game with the Michigan Warriors. Starting price again will be $200 with net proceeds benefitting Mercy Cancer Center.

Jets to Face Team USA this weekend

(Janesville)     The Janesville Jets, proud members of the North American Hockey League (NAHL), have announced two exhibition games against the USA Hockey National Team Development Program 17U club.   The exhibition games will be played Friday September 13, and Saturday September 14, 2013 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. 

            “This is a tremendous opportunity for our players to gain exposure to college and pro scouts playing against one of the most heavily scouted teams in America,” said Joe Dibble, Head Coach of the Jets.  “Our team will be much more experienced this season and we look forward to the challenge of measuring our progress against some of the best young players in the US.”

            This will be the Jets fifth season in the NAHL.  Last season the Jets had the youngest team in the NAHL, but only missed the playoff on a tie-breaker. 

            “This is a big step forward for our hockey club, said Jets President, founder and NAHL chairman, Bill McCoshen.  We were honored to get the invitation and look forward to these exhibition games.”

"We are excited to welcome Janesville to Ann Arbor to face Team USA," said Scott Monaghan, senior director of operations. "The NTDP has a long relationship with the NAHL and to be able to showcase a team like the Jets to open our season is special."


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Havill Dodge Jets Player of the Week

This weeks Jets player is…Grant Frederic

Grant Frederic 

Age: 18

Position: Defense 

Hometown: St. Louis, Mo

When did you first start playing hockey? 

"4 years old." 

Whats your favorte hockey memory? 

"Playing in Pewee Quebec."

Who is your favorite NHL player of Pro Athlete? 

"Chris Pronger- try to adopt his style of play." 

What should fans know aout this year's Jets? 

"We have a great group of guys that have a close bond and we're ready to tke the Robertson Cup home to Janesville."

Where do you see yourself in Five years? 

"Playing Division 1 College Hockey." 

Do you have any message for Jets fans? 

"Hope your ready for an exciting season of hockey!"