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3 Minnesotan’s land NAHL All Rookie First Team honors plus other league awards

Post by 612hockeytown » Mon Apr 29, 2019 11:56 pm

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http://nahl.com/news/story.cfm?id=26899

Congratulations to:

Jonny Sorenson - SLP - F - Gopher commit (Fairbanks Ice Dogs)

Reg season: 17 goals 39 assists 56 points

Aaron Myers - TRF - F - Bemidji St commit (MN Wilderness)

Reg season: 57 games - 17 goals 33 assists 50 points

Ethan Haider - MG - G - Clarkson commit (MN Magicians)

Reg season: 37 Games - 2.35 GAA .926 SAVE%


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Honorable mention:

2nd team

Nick Strom D (Breck) - Dayton MN

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Central division:

Myers
Strom
Austin Jouppi


Midwest division:

Sorenson
Haider
Chris Konin F (Eden Prairie)

More awards to be announced later in the week.
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Re: 3 Minnesotan’s land NAHL All Rookie First Team honors

Post by 612hockeytown » Tue Apr 30, 2019 3:28 pm

More awards given to Minnesota players today:

Divisional Goalie of the year (3 of them!):

Zach Stejskal (Wilkes Barre Scranton Knights) - East division
Ethan Haider (Minnesota Magicians) - Midwest division
Seth Eisele (Lone Star Brahmas)- South division

All division teams:

Central:

Sam Malinski (D) - Lakeville
Aaron Myers (F) - Thief RIver Falls
Dalton Weigel (D) - Bloomington

Central Division Forward of the Year: Brad Belisle, Aberdeen Wings
Central Division Rookie of the Year: Aaron Myers, Minnesota Wilderness
Central Division Defenseman of the Year: Sam Malinski, Bismarck Bobcats


East:

Zach Stejskal (G) - Grand Rapids

East Division Goaltender of the Year: Zach Stejskal, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights


Midwest:

Jonathan Sorenson (F) St Louis Park
Cameron Buhl (F) South St Paul
John Stampohar (D) Grand Rapids
Andrew Kruse (D) Delano
Ethan Haider (G) Maple Grove


Midwest Division Defenseman of the Year: John Stampohar, Fairbanks Ice Dogs
Midwest Division Rookie of the Year: Jonathan Sorenson, Fairbanks Ice Dogs
Midwest Division Goaltender of the Year: Ethan Haider, Minnesota Magicians


South:


Seth Eisele (G) Lake Elmo

South Division Goaltender of the Year: Seth Eisele, Lone Star Brahmas


Final awards announced this week.

=D>

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Re: 3 Minnesotan’s land NAHL All Rookie First Team honors

Post by InThePipes » Wed May 01, 2019 9:55 am

612hockeytown wrote:
Tue Apr 30, 2019 3:28 pm
More awards given to Minnesota players today:

Divisional Goalie of the year (3 of them!):

Zach Stejskal (Wilkes Barre Scranton Knights) - East division
Ethan Haider (Minnesota Magicians) - Midwest division
Seth Eisele (Lone Star Brahmas)- South division

All division teams:

Central:

Sam Malinski (D) - Lakeville
Aaron Myers (F) - Thief RIver Falls
Dalton Weigel (D) - Bloomington

Central Division Forward of the Year: Brad Belisle, Aberdeen Wings
Central Division Rookie of the Year: Aaron Myers, Minnesota Wilderness
Central Division Defenseman of the Year: Sam Malinski, Bismarck Bobcats


East:

Zach Stejskal (G) - Grand Rapids

East Division Goaltender of the Year: Zach Stejskal, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights


Midwest:

Jonathan Sorenson (F) St Louis Park
Cameron Buhl (F) South St Paul
John Stampohar (D) Grand Rapids
Andrew Kruse (D) Delano
Ethan Haider (G) Maple Grove


Midwest Division Defenseman of the Year: John Stampohar, Fairbanks Ice Dogs
Midwest Division Rookie of the Year: Jonathan Sorenson, Fairbanks Ice Dogs
Midwest Division Goaltender of the Year: Ethan Haider, Minnesota Magicians


South:


Seth Eisele (G) Lake Elmo

South Division Goaltender of the Year: Seth Eisele, Lone Star Brahmas


Final awards announced this week.

=D>
It's been a good year for MN goalies at both the NAHL and USHL (Bischel, Moe and Stauber has been lights out in the playoffs) levels this season

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Re: 3 Minnesotan’s land NAHL All Rookie First Team honors

Post by 612hockeytown » Wed May 01, 2019 10:58 am

InThePipes wrote:
Wed May 01, 2019 9:55 am
612hockeytown wrote:
Tue Apr 30, 2019 3:28 pm
More awards given to Minnesota players today:

Divisional Goalie of the year (3 of them!):

Zach Stejskal (Wilkes Barre Scranton Knights) - East division
Ethan Haider (Minnesota Magicians) - Midwest division
Seth Eisele (Lone Star Brahmas)- South division

All division teams:

Central:

Sam Malinski (D) - Lakeville
Aaron Myers (F) - Thief RIver Falls
Dalton Weigel (D) - Bloomington

Central Division Forward of the Year: Brad Belisle, Aberdeen Wings
Central Division Rookie of the Year: Aaron Myers, Minnesota Wilderness
Central Division Defenseman of the Year: Sam Malinski, Bismarck Bobcats


East:

Zach Stejskal (G) - Grand Rapids

East Division Goaltender of the Year: Zach Stejskal, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights


Midwest:

Jonathan Sorenson (F) St Louis Park
Cameron Buhl (F) South St Paul
John Stampohar (D) Grand Rapids
Andrew Kruse (D) Delano
Ethan Haider (G) Maple Grove


Midwest Division Defenseman of the Year: John Stampohar, Fairbanks Ice Dogs
Midwest Division Rookie of the Year: Jonathan Sorenson, Fairbanks Ice Dogs
Midwest Division Goaltender of the Year: Ethan Haider, Minnesota Magicians


South:


Seth Eisele (G) Lake Elmo

South Division Goaltender of the Year: Seth Eisele, Lone Star Brahmas


Final awards announced this week.

=D>
It's been a good year for MN goalies at both the NAHL and USHL (Bischel, Moe and Stauber has been lights out in the playoffs) levels this season
Agreed.

Stauber was great in his shutout over Tri-City last night. Mankato St will be set for the next 5-6 years with their two freshman studs now plus an incoming Stauber in 2 years Id guess. Unfortunately it looks like Fear has the net over Moe in the playoffs for Waterloo, although Fear was pulled recently. Will be interesting to see when Moe comes to the Gophers with their two (high level) new incoming transfers. Kid was a stud last year and battled injuries this year sadly.

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Re: 3 Minnesotan’s land NAHL All Rookie First Team honors plus other league awards

Post by CakeScout17 » Wed May 01, 2019 2:05 pm

Didn't Moe receive a 'pursue other interests' notice from Motzko/Gophers over this past winter? Or merely rumor?

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Re: 3 Minnesotan’s land NAHL All Rookie First Team honors plus other league awards

Post by 612hockeytown » Wed May 01, 2019 2:48 pm

CakeScout17 wrote:
Wed May 01, 2019 2:05 pm
Didn't Moe receive a 'pursue other interests' notice from Motzko/Gophers over this past winter? Or merely rumor?
I believe just a rumor although with their most recent pickups (including LaFontaine and Close), I could see him taking his talent elsewhere on his own accord. He won’t see as much ice time as he or the Jets would want IMO. Unless he wants to age out in juniors -which most draft picks avoid.

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Re: 3 Minnesotan’s land NAHL All Rookie First Team honors plus other league awards

Post by CakeScout17 » Wed May 01, 2019 11:49 pm

612hockeytown wrote:
Wed May 01, 2019 2:48 pm
CakeScout17 wrote:
Wed May 01, 2019 2:05 pm
Didn't Moe receive a 'pursue other interests' notice from Motzko/Gophers over this past winter? Or merely rumor?
I believe just a rumor although with their most recent pickups (including LaFontaine and Close), I could see him taking his talent elsewhere on his own accord. He won’t see as much ice time as he or the Jets would want IMO. Unless he wants to age out in juniors -which most draft picks avoid.
Thanks for heads up. We shall see...hope he sticks around the program as there is lot of potential there.

I think a lot of shuffling to former 'commits' coming over next two years. On the EliteProspects profile for D-Jake Boltmann, Edina it states '19-'20 he is slated for U so truly hoping thats a mistake. Gophs dont need another HS senior playing college puck. So,not sure on that intel - I've heard everything from Boltmann 1) might have received 'keep options open' letter from the U to 2) maybe senior year in Bloomington, Ill as an ACE to 3) a 'before & after' scenario for senior year (fingers-crossed for that but probs doubtful). Let a Duder know blogosphere...

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Re: 3 Minnesotan’s land NAHL All Rookie First Team honors plus other league awards

Post by BSUBeaver » Thu May 02, 2019 8:33 am

Hopefully the BSU commits transition well to the college game:

Brad Belise, Aberdeen Wings, Central Division Team and Central Division Player of the Year, All NAHL First Team
Aaron Myers (Thief River Falls), Minnesota Wilderness, Central Division Team and Central Division Rookie of the Year
Samuel Solemsky, Johnstown Tomahawks, East Division Team, All NAHL Second Team

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Re: 3 Minnesotan’s land NAHL All Rookie First Team honors

Post by Stang5280 » Thu May 02, 2019 11:02 am

612hockeytown wrote:
Tue Apr 30, 2019 3:28 pm
All division teams:

Central:

Sam Malinski (D) - Lakeville
Aaron Myers (F) - Thief RIver Falls
Dalton Weigel (D) - Bloomington (BRECK)
Had to add that info for you :wink: Unfortunately there won’t be as many honors like that to go around for the old alma mater in the foreseeable future.

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Re: 3 Minnesotan’s land NAHL All Rookie First Team honors plus other league awards

Post by Slap Shot » Thu May 02, 2019 11:03 am

I didn't realize Robb had a son committed to MSUM. Another lost legacy for the Gophers.

(No I'm not suggesting they should recruit all of them nor should they be entitled to them. Just an observation)

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Re: 3 Minnesotan’s land NAHL All Rookie First Team honors plus other league awards

Post by 612hockeytown » Thu May 02, 2019 11:19 pm

Slap Shot wrote:
Thu May 02, 2019 11:03 am
I didn't realize Robb had a son committed to MSUM. Another lost legacy for the Gophers.

(No I'm not suggesting they should recruit all of them nor should they be entitled to them. Just an observation)
Played at Holy Family thru 10th grade. Left when Moe came along and went to Victory Honda u18 and along to juniors. Has has a very solid last 18 months. Gophers were never in the mix. They might have been had he been uncommitted 4-6 months ago, they may have not seen a need to get LaFontaine and Close. I think the writing is on the wall for Moe to go somewhere else to play. 6th round NHL draft picks don’t age out in juniors nor do they sit a few years on a college bench.

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