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The best hockey flow, and Top 10 hairstyles, from The Tourney

In an annual tradition, the All Hockey Hair team announced after state tournament

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Minneapolis players are introduced before their game against Alexandria Wednesday, March 9, 2022, in the State Hockey Tournament at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.
Jason Wachter / The Rink Live

ST. PAUL — The Tourney has come and gone for another year.

Andover and Hermantown proved to be the best in class, winning crowns at the 2022 Minnesota boys hockey tournament at the Xcel Energy Center.

Playmakers, stingy netminders and shut-down defensemen etched their names on the all-tournament teams .

Roseau's Max Strand was honored as Mr. Hockey, while goalie Ben Dardis of Mahtomedi was named the Frank Brimsek Award winner .

But no tournament would be complete without a celebration of hockey hair.

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Watch "Flowchella" below for a look at the all hockey hair team and the Top 10 hair moments of the 2022 tournament. Once again, the sponsor donated to the Hendrickson Foundation supporting special, sled, blind and military hockey in Minnesota.

Follow the Minnesota boys hockey postseason with state tournament information and brackets from every section.

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