Top scorers from Week 1 of the Bantam Elite League

After the first weekend of games in Mendota Heights and West St. Paul, multiple players are already making a name for themselves in the league.

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Week one of the Bantam Elite League 2022.<br/>
Sydney Wolf / The Rink Live

MENDOTA HEIGHTS, Minn. — The first weekend of Bantam Elite League games have concluded and multiple players have already started to make a name for themselves.

In the Major division, Lincoln Ayers Assad (Bloomington) leads all skaters with 12 points, while Gabriel Perron (Bloomington), Caleb Pittsley (Edina), and Mason West (Edina) are all tied for second with 10 points apiece.

In the Minor division, Jace Panzer of East Grand Forks leads the way with 16 points. Freddie Schneider of Edina is in second place with 13.

For goaltenders, Carter Casey of Grand Rapids leads the Major division with a 1.00 save percentage and no goals allowed in 100 minutes of play. Hudson Ferrie (Moorhead) leads the Minor division goaltenders.

In team standings, the Northstars and Canes of the Major division are tied for first place after four games, while the Sharks lead the way for the Minors.


The Major division will be back in action this weekend at the Burnsville Ice Center, while the Minors have the weekend off.

The top scorers from the weekend along with goaltending statistics can be found below.

The sophomore defender announced her commitment after a successful season with the Skippers that ended in a Class AA second-place finish.

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Sydney Wolf is a reporter for The Rink Live, primarily covering youth hockey. She joined the team in November of 2021 and graduated from St. Cloud State University with a B.S. in Mass Communications and a minor in Writing and Rhetoric Studies and was a part of the University Honors Program.
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