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Edgy



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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2012 11:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Prior Lake:

Jon Pherson - 112 (1999)
Greg James - 109 (1991)
Kyle Krueger - 117+ (2012)
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 12, 2012 12:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Adam Johnson - Hibbing
Fr. 9-16 25
So. 42-43 85
Jr. 22-28 50 - so far

Tot. 73-87 160
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 13, 2012 6:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wes Iverson Breck

Fresh = 17; soph = 41; jr = 51 sr = 48

157 total and counting.

Tyson Fulton from Breck is probably over 100 as well.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 13, 2012 3:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

BSM guys who passed 100 pts this year:

Christian Horn
Dan Labosky
Jake Horton
T.J. Moore
Grant Besse

In addition, here are the top ten all time coming into this year. I assume there are some other players between 100 and 116.

1 Troy Riddle 1997-1999 87 80 167
2 Christian Horn 2008-Present 54 82 136
3 Pat Steinhauser 2008-2011 60 75 135
4 Ian Schaser 1998-2003 52 78 130
5 John Kuzara 1977-1980 80 47 127
Joe Schuman 1997-2000 50 77 127
7 Isak Tranvik 2001-2005 40 81 121
8 Tom Peller 1978-1981 66 51 117
Stephen Carew 2004-2007 58 59 117
10 Pat Kocourek 1982-1985 63 53 116
Chris Warren 1983-1986 64 52 116
Steve Zierke 2005-2008 41 75 116
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Rich Clarke



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PostPosted: Mon Feb 13, 2012 4:52 pm    Post subject: Recent Edina players with 100+ career points Reply with quote

Edina has had the following players beginning with those graduating in 1982:

Dan Carlson (1997) 196
Marshall Everson (2009) 186
Tom Nevers (1989) 139
Anders Lee (2009) 138
Jeff Yurecko (1999) 135
Conner Gaarder (2009) 122
Ben Stafford (1997) 118
Matt Reber (2007) 118
Zach Budish (2009*) 110
Beau Kretzman (2001) 101

Anders Lee's stats are just for his two years at Edina. I see his total history is already listed. Budish missed his senior year with injury. If one were to speculate that he would have scored as much as Lee and Everson his senior year, he would have ended up at 194 (Lee led the team with 84 points), still short of Dan Carlson's amazing total.

The stats begin in the early 80s but the only player to reach 100 career points until 1997 was Tom Nevers, even though Edina played in several state tournaments and won three. I think the reason is that the two Edina schools reunited and depth kept some sophomores and freshmen on the JV. Those that did make it early played on the third or fourth lines. Future NHL player Paul Ranheim played just two seasons and had just 61 career points. Dave Maley, another NHL player, did play his sophomore and junior years at Edina West, but had just 95 career points.

Further, the list does not include anyone graduating in 1981 or earlier, so players like Nyrop etc. are only absent for that reason. I do know, however, that Edina reports Dan Carlson as Edina's all-time leading scorer, so I don't believe any Edina player has scored 200+ points (in an Edina uniform)
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Sats81



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PostPosted: Mon Feb 13, 2012 5:46 pm    Post subject: Re: Recent Edina players with 100+ career points Reply with quote

Rich Clarke wrote:
Edina has had the following players beginning with those graduating in 1982:

Dan Carlson (1997) 196
Marshall Everson (2009) 186
Tom Nevers (1989) 139
Anders Lee (2009) 138
Jeff Yurecko (1999) 135
Conner Gaarder (2009) 122
Ben Stafford (1997) 118
Matt Reber (2007) 118
Zach Budish (2009*) 110
Beau Kretzman (2001) 101

Anders Lee's stats are just for his two years at Edina. I see his total history is already listed. Budish missed his senior year with injury. If one were to speculate that he would have scored as much as Lee and Everson his senior year, he would have ended up at 194 (Lee led the team with 84 points), still short of Dan Carlson's amazing total.

The stats begin in the early 80s but the only player to reach 100 career points until 1997 was Tom Nevers, even though Edina played in several state tournaments and won three. I think the reason is that the two Edina schools reunited and depth kept some sophomores and freshmen on the JV. Those that did make it early played on the third or fourth lines. Future NHL player Paul Ranheim played just two seasons and had just 61 career points. Dave Maley, another NHL player, did play his sophomore and junior years at Edina West, but had just 95 career points.

Further, the list does not include anyone graduating in 1981 or earlier, so players like Nyrop etc. are only absent for that reason. I do know, however, that Edina reports Dan Carlson as Edina's all-time leading scorer, so I don't believe any Edina player has scored 200+ points (in an Edina uniform)


Great post. Dan Carlson was an awesome HS hockey player and was Start Tribune metro player of the year in 97 as well. Jeff Yurecko was a big, nasty, physical player who played with a chip on his shoulder and was a good leader for the Hornets too. I don't think he ever realized his potential in college though. As he played for a stint with both North Dakota and Wisconsin.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 16, 2012 4:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kohls/franklin Forest Lake
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84Govie



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PostPosted: Thu Feb 23, 2012 7:34 am    Post subject: Govie Goals Reply with quote

Dewey Wahlin had 92 points his senior year at St. Paul Johnson in '83-'84. He played 4 years of varsity hockey including his freshman year at St. Bernard's. So he might have cracked 200.

Jim Hau may have also had 100.

In the '60's the Peltiers certainly did some damage but I'll leave it to that generation to provide details.

More recently, Pogreba and Lyons may be on the list and Dickman has to be close this year. I just don't have the stats. Anybody?
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2012 4:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I believe Zach Hnath from Rogers hit the century mark last night against SCC. Congrats to him if the stats are correct first player in the short history of Rogers. Jensen and Provo were the clsest before that with 92. Jensen left after his junior year, but did play his freshman year. Applause
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2012 6:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ben Neuman of Little Falls hit 100 points last night in their win against Sartell.
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SW_Flyer



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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2012 10:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

And Sam Rothstein of Tonka got his 101st reg season career point for his game-willing OT goal against Buffalo on 2/18/12.
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netminder.net



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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2012 12:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sorry I do not have any definate numbers to support this. I believe that Brooklyn Center High School (prior to all of the "mergings") had a couple guys who scored 70-80+ points in the 1987-88 season. It was pretty normal for kids from BC to play as freshman. I would like to know if anyone has any information on this time frame?
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dueling21



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PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2012 5:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Now that the season is over, I'm still updating the lists...keep 'em coming!

I'll have an updated list coming out as soon as I process all of this year's stats.
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This is nuts!



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PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2012 4:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Johnson HS 1992 Geisbaurer, Pogreba, and Peterson... Linemates all over 100
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RickyTicky



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PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2012 10:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lakeville just added it's first 2 to the list..

Justin Kloos- (45+90+103) 238pts

Alex Harvey- (48+70+79) 197pts

Both shattering the 100 pt mark, amazing careers against tough competition. Best of luck to both!
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2012 10:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Breck:

Jordan Fulton 225+Freshmen year
Tyson Fulton 228
Robby Dee 218
Wes Iverson 181
Mike Morin 171
Grant Opperman 164
Connor Anderle 163
Joe Rehkamp 142+freshmen year
Riley Borer 142

Others who were for sure over 100pts, just don't know the numbers;

Blake Wheeler 100 pts in 2004 alone
Dustin Fulton
Glen Lang
Jon Maruk
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F14



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PostPosted: Tue Mar 20, 2012 8:56 am    Post subject: St. Louis Park Reply with quote

Erik Rasmussen 153 4 yrs
David Martinson 148 4 yrs
D3 Hobey In 2010
Tyler Brodersen 117 3 yrs 2012
Bob Reith 115 1958 4 yrs
Andy Sackrison 125 (est) 2006
Johnny Passolt 100+ 1978 2 plus
BJ Bayers 120 (est) 2004 4 years
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dueling21



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PostPosted: Mon Sep 02, 2013 4:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

BUMP...the impossible task it certainly is, so I've revised the plan. I'm now looking for guys with more than 200 career points, 100 career goals, and/or 100 career assists. Much more rarified air and perhaps easier to pick off.

Here's where we stand:

Points
405 Ben Hanowski, Little Falls, 2009
378 - John Pohl, Red Wing, 1998
304 - Dave Spehar, Duluth East, 1996
283 Joey Benik, St. Francis, 2010
282 Gino Guyer, Greenway, 2002
273* John Mayasich, Eveleth, 1951 (no details)
269 Aaron Broten, Roseau, 1979
269 Corey Carlson, Two Harbors/Greenway, 2003
264 - TJ Roo, Totino-Grace, 2013
262 - Grant Besse, Benilde-St. Margaret's, 2013
257 Nate Breden, Silver Bay, 2006
253 Jake Johnson, Duluth Denfeld, 2008
252 Danny Mattson, Holy Angles, 2009
250 Bruce Aikens, Rochester JM, 1978
250 - Garrett Hendrickson, Virginia, 2011
249 Andy Sertich, Greenway, 2002
247 Jared Festler, Little Falls, 2008
241 T.J. Oshie, Warroad, 2005
240 Eriah Hayes, LaCrescent, 2007
238 Chris Locker, Duluth East, 1996
238 - Justin Kloos, Lakeville South, 2012
237* -- Neal Broten, Roseau, 1978 (only have his senior year of 43-77-120)
237 Beau Hanowski, Little Falls, 2008
233 Anders Lee, Edina/STA, 2009
230 - Tyson Fulton, Breck
227 - Sam Coborn, Park Rapids, 2012
226 - Jason Samuelson, Rochester Lourdes, 2013
225 -- Scott Lecy, Rochester JM, 1977
225 - Jordan Fulton, Breck (no details)
224 Ricky Litchfield, Mankato West, 2008
224 Matt Leimbek, Rochester Mayo, 1997
222 Nico Sacchetti, Virginia, 2008
222 Matt Ambroz, New Prague/M-L, 2005
222 - Alex Funk, Rochester Lourdes, 2013
220 Garet Chumley, Cambridge-Isanti, 2007
219 Scott Lynch, North St. Paul, 1979
219 B.J. Radovich, Hermantown, 2002
218 Tyler Lapic, New Prague, 2009
218 Robby Dee, Breck, 2005
218 Jeremy Erickson, Wadena-DC, 1994
217 Jimmy Kilpatrick, Holy Angels, NP/ML, 2003
216 - Kyle Rau, Eden Prairie, 2011
216 - Adam Johnson, Hibbing, 2013
215 T.J. Lane, Sauk Rapids-Rice, 1998
215 Corey Leivermann, Mankato West, 2008
213 Tom Moore, Red Wing, 1998
212 Zach Lehrke, Park Rapids, 2007
211 -- Josh Arnold, Moorhead, 1994
210 Jay Barriball, Holy Angels, 2006
210 Jascha Pettit, Wadena-DC, 2007
210 Ben Gordon, International Falls, 2003
209 Ryan Dolder, Hutchinson, 1995
207 - Joe Schiller, Detroit Lakes, 2007
206 Troy Riddle, Edison/Minnehaha/Benilde, 1999
206 - Christian Horn, Benilde-St. Margaret's, 2012
204 Mike Neitzke, Detroit Lakes, 1975
204 Jeff Taffe, Hastings, 1999
203 Mark Gunderson, Duluth Denfeld, 1997 (no details)
203 Billy Hengen, Holy Angels, 2000
203 - Tanner Picht, Morris/Benson, 2013
202 Taylor Matson, Holy Angels/Orono, 2007
201 Brian Buskowiak, Rochster Mayo/JM, 1997 (no details)
201 - Jamie Hoffmann, New Ulm, 2002
200 Tom Gorowsky, Centennial, 2004
200 Aaron Miskovich, Grand Rapids, 1997
*estimated

Goals
196 Ben Hanowski, Little Falls, 2009
175 Joey Benik, St. Francis, 2010
170 Corey Carlson, Two Harbors/Greenway, 2003
166 Dave Spehar, Duluth East, 1996
163 - Grant Besse, Benilde-St. Margaret's, 2013
144 John Pohl, Red Wing, 1998
137 Jeremy Erickson, Wadena-DC, 1994
136 Jared Festler, Little Falls, 2008
136 Bruce Aikens, Rochester JM, 1978
134 Matt Ambroz, New Prague/M-L, 2005
134 Eriah Hayes, LaCrescent, 2007
133 Jonah Rydberg-Sauter, Pine City/Rush City, 1999
131 - Scott Lecy, Rochester JM, 1977
127 Garet Chumley, Cambridge-Isanti, 2007
127 - Scott Lynch, North St. Paul, 1979
117 Gino Guyer, Greenway, 2002
115 - Phil Hoene, Duluth Cathedral, 1967
114 - Alex Funk, Rochester Lourdes
114 - Jack Erickson, Thief River Falls, 1952
113 Zach Lehrke, Park Rapids, 2007
113 - Robbie Dee, Breck, 2005
111 Brock Nelson, Warroad, 2010
110 B.J. Radovich, Hermantown, 2002
110 - Tyler Heinonen, Delano, 2011
109 Terry Steinbach, New Ulm, 1980
109 Nate Breden, Silver Bay, 2006
109 Jake Johnson, Duluth Denfeld, 2008
108 - Kyle Rau, Eden Prairie, 2011
107 - Tanner Picht, Morris/Benson, 2013
107 Taylor Matson, Holy Angels/Orono, 2007
107 - Justin Kloos, Lakeville South, 2012
106 Anders Lee, Edina/STA, 2009
105 - Ryan Tapani, Providence, 2013
105 Troy Riddle, Edison/Minnehaha/Benilde, 1999
105 Jascha Pettit, Wadena-DC, 2007
105 Aaron Broten, Roseau, 1979
104 T.J. Oshie, Warroad, 2005
104 Corey Leivermann, Mankato West, 2008
104 - Sam Coborn, Park Rapids, 2012
103 Tyler Lapic, New Prague, 2009
103 Tom Moore, Red Wing, 1998
103 - Josh Arnold, Moorhead, 1994
103 Ricky Litchfield, Mankato West, 2008
103 Jascha Pettit, Wadena-DC, 2007
102 - Billy Hengen, Holy Angels, 2000
101 - Garrett Hendrickson, Virginia/MIB, 2011
100 - Marshall Everson, Edina, 2009
100 - Nico Sacchetti, Virginia, 2008
100 - Chris Hickey, Cretin-Derham Hall, 2007
100 - Jason Samuelson, Rochester Lourdes, 2013
100 - Mike Neitzke, Detroit Lakes, 1975

Assists
234 John Pohl, Red Wing, 1998
209 Ben Hanowski, Little Falls, 2009
165 - TJ Roo, Totino-Grace, 2013
165 Gino Guyer, Greenway, 2002
164 Aaron Broten, Roseau, 1979
163 Danny Mattson, Holy Angels, 2009
155 Chris Locker, Duluth East, 1996
151 Andy Sertich, Greenway, 2002
149 - Garrett Hendrickson, Virginia, 2011
148 Nate Breden, Silver Bay, 2006
148 Beau Hanowski, Little Falls, 2008
144 Jake Johnson, Duluth Denfeld, 2008
139 - Dan Labosky, Benilde-St. Margaret's, 2013
138 Dave Spehar, Duluth East, 1996
137 T.J. Oshie, Warroad, 2005
135 - Tyson Fulton, Breck
134 Matt Leimbek, Rochester Mayo, 1997
132 Jimmy Kilpatrick, Holy Angels, NP-ML, 2003
131 - Justin Kloos, Lakeville South, 2012
130 Jay Barriball, Holy Angels, 2006
128 - RJ Anderson, Centennial, 2005
127 Ben Gordon, International Falls, 2003
127 Anders Lee, Edina/STA, 2009
126 - Christian Horn, Benilde-St. Margaret's, 2012
126 - Jason Samuelson, Rochester Lourdes, 2013
123 Ricky Litchfield, Mankato West, 2008
123 - Sam Coborn, Park Rapids, 2012
122 Nico Sacchetti, Virginia, 2008
122 - Joe Schiller, Detroit Lakes, 2007
120 - Matt Colford, Breck, 2013
120 Drew LeBlanc, Hermantown, 2007
117 Jeff Taffe, Hastings, 1999
117 Aaron Miskovich, Grand Rapids, 1997
117 - Adam Johnson, Hibbing, 2013
116 T.J. Lane, Sauk Rapids-Rice, 1998
116 Jacob Searles, Totino-Grace, 1995
115 Tyler Lapic, New Prague, 2009
114 Bruce Aikens, Rochester JM, 1978
114 - Zach LaValle, Hill-Murray, 2013
114 - Chris Ramberg, Coon Rapids, 1991
114 - Andrew Habel, Chisago Lakes, 2011
113 Mike Crowley, Bloomington Jefferson, 1994
111 - Mark Cullen, Moorhead, 1998
111 - Jamie Hoffmann, New Ulm, 2002
110 - Jake Randolph, Duluth East, 2013
110 - Tom Moore, Red Wing, 1998
110 - Ryan Dolder, Hutchinson, 1995
109 - Grant Besse, Benilde-St. Margaret's, 2013
108 - Alex Funk, Rochester Lourdes, 2013
108 - Josh Arnold, Moorhead, 1994
108 - Jared Thomas, Hermantown, 2012
107 - Tony Bianchi, Bloomington Jefferson, 1989
107 - Jon Breuer, Albert Lea, 2005
105 - Robbie Dee, Breck, 2005
105 - Michael Forney, Thief River Falls, 2006
105 - David Backes, Spring Lake Park, 2002
104 - Mike Neitzke, Detroit Lakes, 1975
104 - Addison DeBoer, Spring Lake Park, 2006
103 - Matt Cullen, Moorhead, 1995
103 - Tyler Lehrke, Park Rapids, 2004
101 - Alex Harvey, Lakeville South, 2012
101 - Mac Coatta, Minnetonka, 2013
101 - Billy Hengen, Holy Angels, 2000
100 - Ross Bonine, Orono, 1985
100 - Nick DeCenzo, Hibbing, 2011
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 05, 2013 12:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Anyone have a list of the highest scoring current players (career points)?
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What about Brian Bonin. Any stats on WB Mariner players ??
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 05, 2013 4:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Frankie Mork AHA 41-83-124
Mario Bianchi AHA 75-112-187
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