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The 16-year-old announced his verbal commitment to the Irish on social media after posting 38 points in 25 games this past season.
The 6-foot-1 forward from Woodbury put up 16 points in 29 games for the Pioneers last season as a sophomore and helped lead the team to a third-place finish in Class AA.
At 6-3, 201-pounds, Minnesota Duluth lands a verbal commitment from a big blueliner that is heading into his junior year at Chaska High School.
The Plante family tradition of playing athletic at UMD continues. Zam's and Max's parents, Derek and Kristi, were both standout athletes for the Bulldogs. Derek Plante is also a former UMD hockey coach.

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Bump was recently selected in the fifth round of the NHL draft by the Philadelphia Flyers after putting up 83 points in 31 games for Prior Lake.
The annual one-day celebration of hockey in the state will be coming to one of the northernmost communities in the state in early 2024, as officials from the Minnesota Wild announced the awarding of Hockey Day Minnesota to Hockeytown USA.
The junior captain had 80 points in 30 games for the Crimson last season and helped lead the team to the state title game.
The rosters are set for this fall's Upper Midwest High School Elite League.
The Wildcats went from 1-15 to 9-17 in just one season and are looking to keep the improvement going.
Perennial Class A power to take on Mahtomedi in annual State of Hockey classic.

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Dallas Vieau, who helped the Hawks win a Minnesota Class A state championship as a sophomore last year, will compete in the Under-17 Five National Tournament in August in Colorado Springs.
Hermantown's Zam Plante, a future Bulldogs forward and standout scorer for the Hawks, will be joined by his brothers, mother and grandfather at the NHL Draft this week in Montreal. His father, a coach at UMD and NHL draft pick himself, will also be there in person after missing out on the 1989 event in Minnesota.
Around 200 Minnesotans participated at the 2022 Boys High Performance 14's and 15's Development Camp.

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