22 home games, including the Bulls' first-ever September home contest, highlight the 2016-17 slate.
Players with NAHL and NAPHL experience and a Wisconsin high school Player of the Year finalist highlight this year's picks.
The playmaking forward becomes the third Bulls forward to tender with an NAHL team this spring, and second this week.
The Japanese native becomes the second NAHL commit for the Bulls this year, and inks the 20th NAHL commitment in team history.
The Bulls forward qualified in two sprint events for Mason City's Newman Catholic High School and competed at state on Thursday.
The Czech Republic native will play Division I hockey for the Yellowjackets in 2016-17.
The two-year Bulls veteran will join Austin Jackson and Tommi Ahlgren on the Blue Devils' 2016-17 roster.
The Mason City native and former Bulls and Mohawks standout will continue his hockey career with the Cobbers.
North Iowa Bulls players, and the organization itself, cleaned up with the announcement of the NA3HL's postseason awards.
A natural hat trick for Brett Gravelle put a stamp on his junior career and the Bulls' season as North Iowa beat Metro 4-1 Sunday for the NA3HL Silver Cup title.