Jackstadt makes All-Division team

Forward Alex Jackstadt of the Kenai River Brown Bears was named to the West Division All-Division team Friday.

Jackstadt, who was the MVP of the Bears, managed to get a nod in a division that had two of the six teams in the North American Hockey League that collected at least 80 points.

Division champ the Wenatchee (Wash.) Wild had three players on the team — forward Jono Davis, defenseman Josh Hartley and goalie Robert Nichols.

The Fairbanks Ice Dogs had two — forward Garret Clemment and defenseman Doug Rose.

Jackstadt, the rookie from Anchorage, is keeping good company on the team. He is the only one of the six players to not be committed to a Division I school.

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