Upper Midwest High School Elite League top scorers after Week 2
Northern Michigan and Minnesota commits top the leading scorers after two weeks of UMHSEL play.
NEW HOPE, Minn. — Now that two weeks of Upper Midwest High School Elite League is completed, top scorers have started to emerge.
Jake Fisher of Cretin-Derham Hall, a Northern Michigan commit, has the most points of any skater after week two with 15.
Right behind him is recent Minnesota commit Teddy Townsend of Eden Prairie with 14.
Alex Lunski (Minnetonka / St. Thomas) is the sole skater with 10 points before the seven players tied for fifth place with nine a-piece.
The top goaltender in both goals-against-average and save percentage is Jack Erickson of Hill-Murray, with a 1.34 and a .972, respectively.
UMHSEL games are back in action this weekend with matches at Shattuck-St. Mary's, Cullen Hockey Center in Moorhead, Hobbs Arena in Eau Claire, and the IRA Civic Center in Grand Rapids, before heading back to New Hope Arena on Sept. 27.