The first-place Janesville Jets skated to to a 3-2 shootout win Friday night over the second-place Minnesota Magicians at the Janesville Ice Arena.
Cole Paskus committed Tuesday to play Division I hockey for UMass-Lowell, becoming the fifth Jets player on this year's roster to commit to a DI program.
The Janesville Ice Arena, 821 Beloit Ave., offers multiple opportunities such as skating and Janesville Jets hockey games, and it also hosts youth and adult hockey programs.
Janesville rallies from a goal down at Springfield
Janesville lost 5-2 in North American Hockey League action Saturday
Janesville won 5-2 Friday night and took three of four points in a two-game series against Austin
Janesville hosts Austin on Wednesday and Friday night in NAHL action
Michael Maloney has been the goal-scoring catalyst for the Janesville Jets' special teams units so far this season. And those groups are among the best in the North American Hockey League.
That said, the Janesville Jets are off to a solid start, in first place in the Midwest Division. And it appears one of their main rivals to the division title will be the Minnesota Magicians.
Janesville tied the game with 11 seconds left in regulation and then won it just 1:27 into overtime to down visiting Coulee Region 6-5 in an NAHL game Saturday night at the Janesville Ice Arena.