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Minnesota Hockey

Revenig, a 5-foot-10 defenseman for the Hornets, finished up his sophomore season in 2021-22 with 12 points in 29 games.
The 17-year-old is playing for the Philadelphia Rebels of the NAHL this season after putting up a point-per-game his junior year of high school.
Northern Michigan and Minnesota commits top the leading scorers after two weeks of UMHSEL play.
The 16-year-old goaltender backstopped Maple Grove to a state tournament appearance in 2021-22 while posting a .939 save percentage over 28 games.

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After a massive sophomore campaign, scoring 70 points in 29 games, Northfield's leading scorer Ayla Puppe has verbally committed to Minnesota.
After posting a .908 save percentage in 17 games for the Pioneers as a sophomore, Zhan announced her verbal commitment to play Division I hockey at Dartmouth College.
The forward put up 23 points in 30 games this past season for the Hornets and attended the prestigious USA Select-18s camp in the offseason.
The sophomore helped the Hornets achieve a third-place finish in the 2022 state tournament and played as both a forward and a defender.
The senior goaltender has made five state tournament appearances so far, and has three state titles to her name.
After posting 52 points in 24 games last season with Duluth Marshall, Ilsa Lindaman announced her verbal commitment to play Division I hockey for St. Thomas.

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After a tough 2021-22 season filled with illness and injuries, the Storm are excited to bounce back this year with almost double the number of players in the program.
After finding her stride in her sophomore season with the Skippers, Lauren Karl announced her verbal commitment to play Division-I hockey for St. Thomas.
After watching other stars from Eden Prairie make their way from the Eagles to the Minnesota Gophers and eventually to the NHL, standout forward Teddy Townsend's college choice was an easy one.

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